Andrew Garcia shares that his dad was a musician, not professional or anything. His dad interviews that he thought Andrew was going to be a custodian for some reason (that was his big dream for his son?). Now, Andrew says, he is just like his dad, playing guitar and singing. He performs "Gimme Shelter." He's dispensing with the guitar tonight, and I think that's OK. He doesn't look as comfortable on stage without it, but I think it works better with this song that he focuses more on his singing. Randy says he loves him, the song and the Stones, but "it was pitchy everywhere, just a little under." Ellen: "What do I know? I think that was your best performance yet." Kara says there were elements that revealed his tone, but for most of the performance, he didn't reveal a connection with the lyrics, especially, "War, children, it's just a shot away." Simon says he gave it 100 percent, but his gut says that he was better in rehearsal. Also, he says he's glad he tried something new since he's gotten so much mixed criticism.