Kevin Colis has always dreamed of making an impact in music. His desire to be a singer began at age 12 when he was cast as the lead role in his elementary school’s sixth grade musical. From that moment on, Kevin set his sights on becoming a professional singer. He received his bachelors in music from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and two degree certificates from the Musicians Institute in Hollywood. After many missed opportunities in Los Angeles, Kevin refocused his efforts and moved to New Braunfels, Texas, where he opened a Live Music and Dance venue for teenagers.
Through America’s Got Talent, Kevin has rekindled his dream to become a singer and has the opportunity to show his audiences that it’s never too late to pursue your passion. 1
Season 5 Audition
Kevin Colis's audition was never televised. It is unknown whether or not he was buzzed, but at least two judges voted "Yes," sending him to the Vegas Round.
Season 5 Vegas Round
Kevin Colis was one of the Standby Acts in the Vegas Round. He was sorted into the "Male Singers" category. His performance in Episode 512 consisted of singing "Unchained Melody" while playing the guitar. His audition was not strong enough for the judges to send him to the Quarterfinals, eliminating him from the competition along with Justin Hopkins and Cody Joe Tillman.
Season 6 Audition
Kevin Colis submitted his audition onto YouTube. The audition consisted of singing "Amazing Grace" while playing the guitar. His audition was strong enough for the judges to send him to the Quarterfinals along with eleven other YouTube Acts.
Season 6 Quarterfinals
Kevin Colis's Quarterfinals performance in Episode 621 consisted of singing "The Lazy Song" while playing the guitar. The act received enough votes to send him to the Semifinals in Episode 622 instead of Breena Bell, Illusionist Brett Daniels, and Kalani Basketball Freestyle.
Season 6 Semifinals
Kevin Colis's Semifinals performance in Episode 625 consisted of singing "Rhythm of Love" while playing the guitar. Piers Morgan buzzed the act. The act did not receive enough votes to finish in at least sixth place in America's Vote, eliminating him from the competition in Episode 626 along with Melissa Villasenor, instead of Miami All Stars.