Any artist can prove that sometimes it’s hard to finish a performance if you’re emotionally driven and facing some inner issues. Sometimes, performers burst into tears, start stammering, freeze in shock, can’t handle trembling and even forget song words because some memories were triggered.
There are also cases when tears serve as a push button to sing louder and eventually shine on the stage topping any other performance. Those in the audience often can feel and share this emotion, and maybe shed a tear or two themselves.
Unfortunately, nowadays such cases are rare, so no wonder that when we come across this type of a performer, it’s hard not to remember them. It’s safe to say that a 14-year-old Campbell Walker-Fields belong to the category of artists able to exude feelings he experiences himself.
Campbell has never met his mom, but that doesn’t factor in how he feels about her. His performance earned him a standing ovation from the audience and won the judges’ hearts.