Allen Stone on NBC's "American Song Contest"

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Washington’s Allen Stone talks about what it was like being a finalist in NBC’s "American Song Contest" and how he was able to make it happen in the final days of his mother’s life.

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Washington’s Allen Stone talks about what it was like being a finalist in NBC’s "American Song Contest" and how he was able to make it happen in the final days of his mother’s life. He also discusses the realities of trying to make a living off music even after you have a national following.

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