After American Idol

Jessica Sanchez records a song for the Democratic National Convention


American Idol Season 11 runner-up Jessica Sanchez recorded a new song in conjunction with the Democratic National Convention.

The song is called “Stronger Together” and was written by ruce Roberts, Carole Bayer Sager, and Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds for the Hillary Clinton campaign and the DNC.

“Honored to do this song for @HillaryClinton and the #DNC,” Jessica wrote on Twitter, where it’s generating a bit of a buzz.

Among those sharing the song: Kim Kardashian and Jennifer Lopez, who tweeted: “❤️ the message in @JessicaESanchez new unity anthem “Stronger Together” 4 @HillaryClinton & the #DNC #ImWithHer.” debuted the song earlier today. But you won’t find it on iTunes. At least not yet.

You might recall that Jessica — too young to vote at the time — also performed at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., back in 2012 during a break in the American Idol summer tour.

Now 20, Jessica also released a single, “Call Me,” earlier this year and provided the vocal highlight during the American Idol finale back in April with her cover of “The Prayer.”

Related Posts

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Featured Video


Chloe Kohanski became the first female rocker to win The Voice in Season 13. She became the sixth member of Team Blake to win the show. To read what Chloe has to say about her musical future, head here.