Curtis Finch Jr. from "American Idol 2013," who's also known as CJ Finch, is one of the top 20 contestants in Season 12 of the FOX reality singing competition.

Curtis Finch Jr. previously made it to the Las Vegas round in Season 11. He is a gospel singer who has shared the stage with such genre luminaries as Dottie Peoples, Donnie McClurkin and Vanessa Bell-Armstrong. Curtis' classical training has lead him to many awards as well as regional recognition. He often sings at The Shalom Church (City of Peace) and says, "I am excited about what God is doing in my life. He has gifted me in such a way that I can minister to his people."

He is currently working on his debut album "Experience CJ."




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Age: ∼28 years old
Full Name / Real Name: Curtis Finch Jr.
Current Residence: St. Louis, MO


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