Oak and Gorski
Sex Male
Act Band
Seasons 7
Position Reached Vegas Round

Oak and Gorski were a band act from Season 7 of America's Got Talent. They were eliminated before the Vegas Round.


Oak and Gorski (formerly known as Ken Oak Band) is an American folk-rock music group based in California.

Billboard Magazine described the Ken Oak Band as "soulful" and "calming". Oak and Gorski are an acoustic duo composed of Ed Gorski and Ken Oak. Commonly billed as a 'cello rock' act, they consistently captivate audiences with their unique combination of cello and acoustic guitar providing a minimalist backdrop for sincere songwriting. They have been included on the soundtrack to major motion picture She's the Man, completed five national tours and produced two albums under their own label, Cello Rock Records.

Oak and Gorski have sold over 25,000 albums independently. They have recently completed a month-long residency at Hotel Café, Los Angeles. [1]


Oak and Gorski's audition in Episode 706 was not televised, but it consisted of performing "Pumped Up Kicks". Although Howie Mandel voted "No", Howard Stern and Sharon Osbourne both voted "Yes", sending the duo to the Vegas Round.

Vegas Round

Oak and Gorski did not compete in the Vegas Round, meaning they were either cut or withdrew before this stage of the competition.

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