Violinist Tyler Butler-Figueroa Performs 'Don't You Worry Child' On AGT

Violinist Tyler Butler-Figueroa Performs 'Don't You Worry Child' On AGT

11-year-old violinist Tyler Butler-Figueroa returns to the America’s Got Talent stage with an energetic performance of ‘Don’t You Worry Child’ from Swedish House Mafia.


The whole world fell in love with Tyler after his moving audition. We learned that Tyler started to play the violin at age 7, after nearly losing his life to cancer.

His treatments caused him to lose his hair and become a target for bullies. But music, and the violin, gave Tyler an outlet and he started to come out of his shell.

His performance of ‘Stronger’ from Kelly Clarkson led judge Simon Cowell to press the golden buzzer, sending Tyler straight through to the live shows. Now, this inspiring young man is back with another violin cover that has the whole crowd cheering.

From the moment the music starts, Tyler is all smiles as he takes over the stage. Just listen as he plays the violin to this popular dance hit.

“Up on the hill across the blue lake
That's where I had my first heart break
I still remember how it all changed
My father said
Don't you worry, don't you worry child
See Heaven's got a plan for you
Don't you worry, don't you worry now, yeah”

What a blessing to see that Tyler is now healthy and using his musical talents to bring joy to others. This young man is a true inspiration and I hope that we see more of his music in the future. What do you think of this teen violinist?