Lily, the 27-year-old winner of Heidi Klum's Golden Buzzer, is certainly heating up on America's Got Talent, for starters. Lily sang her original song, "Daydream." Heidi Klum was so moved that she couldn't even speak. Lily was immediately transported to the live concerts after Heidi granted her the Golden Buzzer.
Lily Meola was honored for her first appearance since her outstanding audition on America's Got Talent on August 30. She is returning on social media to perform the song "butterfly." She has received incredible messages from all over the world.
Lily Meola: Who is she?
Lily Meola, 27, was raised on Maui, a beautiful island in Hawaii, and is now studying music. She received advice from legendary producer Bob Rock. She studied jazz as a youngster who liked traditional music. She has performed at many distinguished events, including BottleRock Festival in Napa Valley, California, and Luck Reunion in Spicewood, Texas.
Lily Meola, her late mother, worked as Shep Gordon's assistant, a well-known entertainment manager. Following her mother's death, Nancy Meola was devastated. She told Rolling Stone that she "still has tough days, but I'm getting through it."
Lily began writing songs and chatting about her music with Willie Nelson's son, Lukas, after her mother passed away. "He'll listen to my songs and offer me suggestions,." Lily stated in her Rolling Stone interview.
Lily Meola is accustomed to being in the limelight because she traveled with country music great Willie Nelson after seeing her perform at her regular show at Cafe des Amis in Paia, Hawaii. She sang duets with him on the song "Will You Remember Mine?" Lily Meola revealed that her musical heroes include Billie Holiday, Frank Sinatra, Joni Mitchell, and James Taylor.
Meola's music is available on both Apple Music and Spotify for listening to. The EP Daydream was released independently in March 2022, including the songs "Daydream," "Small Things," "Got Your Way," and "Flaws." Meola's original song, "Daydreams," was performed during her America's Got Talent audition.
Meola told the judges—Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Sofia Vergara, and Howie Mandel—that she started writing the song at a time when her life was going exactly how she had always imagined it would go—with a record deal on the table. ”I’d definitely invest money in my music profession so that I may continue to pursue my goals and meet new people”.