2013 Sugar Land Superstar named in singing competition
The votes are in! Sugar Land Town Square recently hosted its eighth annual Sugar Land Superstar finale, featuring 11 pre-selected finalists from Fort Bend County. At the end of the night, Carman Hammond was named the 2013 Sugar Land Superstar.
Hammond, a worship arts pastor at First Colony Church of Christ, earned the top spot for his rendition of “How Many Kings” by Downhere at the competition’s finale. In addition to his new title, Hammond received a prize package with items from Sugar Land Town Square restaurants and retailers valued at more than $400, and the opportunity to sing at future Town Square events.
Rounding out the top three contestants, Brittany Villamil placed in the runner-up position, and Jenae’ Brown finished in the second runner-up spot. The 2013 Superstar contest was voted on by a panel of local, celebrity judges and text votes were submitted by audience members.
Judges of competition included Tony Bracy, record representative at Capital Records; Christian Taylor, record representative at Republic Records; and Micahl Wyckoff, music photographer. Local radio personality Michele Fisher was the evening’s emcee.
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