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  • Two bands are going home this week and the other 10 will celebrate their good luck with a performance. Those performances will all feature a song from Elton John and Bernie Taupin. Detailed recap: Two bands are going home this week and the other 10 will celebrate their good luck with a performance. Those performances will all feature a song from Elton John and Bernie Taupin. So here's how we'll announce who stays and who goes. Bands will be called up to perform. You don't hear your name, away you go. Performing first tonight is Sixwire. They perform an original number followed by "Don't Let The Sun Go Down." The judges all liked it. Next up is Très Bien!, those loveable mop tops, after their original, they go into "Love Lies Bleeding." The judges were just fine with everything. Third up is Franklin Bridge from Philadelphia. Non-ironically, their Elton John number is "Philadelphia Freedom." The judges were okay with Franklin Bridge, but basically want them to take everything down a notch. Simplify! The next band up is... The Clark Brothers. Their original song is "Country Time" and the Elton John number is "Country Comfort." It seems that the covers weren't picked accidentally. The judges all loved both songs. The next band to take the stage is Light of Doom. Get ready for loud and fast. They named their band, but they don't know why. They perform an eponymous original number, and then go into "Saturday Night's All Right" by Elton John and Bernie Taupin. Johnny and Sheila E. loved it, but Dicko still can't get past the age. Now we have the wacky, wacky, wacky Dot Dot Dot. Their cover song is "Your Song." The judges were all fairly satisfied with the performance, but still aren't totally in love with the band. Cliff Wagner and the Old # 7 made the cut and they'll be taking the stage next. Their cover is "Honky Cat." The judges all rave about how fun this band is. The Muggs have made it. Their cover is "I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues." The judges think The Muggs need to fix their vocals. We now have four bands competing for the last two spots. Who gets one of them... Rocket. Naturally, they perform "Rocket Man." This is another band the judges want more out of vocally. So who gets the last spot this week? Denver and the Mile High Orchestra. Goodbye to The Hatch and The Likes of You. Fittingly, Denver's cover is "I'm Still Standing." The judges liked it just fine. And that's this week.

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