Tyler Marshall was one of the most impressive singers to audition during American Idol’s episode from Omaha.
Tyler Marshall was one of the most impressive singers to audition during American Idol's episode from Omaha. (FOX Photo)

American Idol completed its search for Hollywood-bound singers with an episode from Omaha Thursday night.

Among the night's most impressive performances was Paula Hunt, a 20-year-old from Bellevue, Neb., who sings to the troops with the Air Force.

She wowed the judges with a version of Etta James' "All I Can Do Is Cry."

Equally impressive among the guys was Tyler Marshall, a 23-year-old club promoter from Omaha, who sang "Proud Mary" for his audition.

Other guys advancing included Quaid Edwards, Tyler Gurwicz, C.J. Jones, Dajontae Lenear and Dylan Becker.

Other gals advancing included Madisen Walker, Alyssa Siebken, Andrina Brogden, Casey McQuillen and Tessa Kate.

For a recap of the episode, go here.

And for profiles of many of the advancing singers, head here.