American Idol 13 Detroit audition registration begins today!
Fox’s ‘American Idol’ draws thousands to Detroit for auditions at Ford Field; get details on talent search – DETROIT, MI – Thousands of would-be stars packed the streets around Ford Field Saturday morning to register to participate in Season 13 of “American Idol.” The crowd was lively even at 5 a.m., when people began arriving in earnest. Some had guitars and strummed them while practicing the musical scales while others mugged for TV cameras or silently hoped to make the popular Fox program. Read more at MLive
St. Louis singers tune up for ‘The Voice’ auditions – Getting ready for Season 6, the winter cycle – At 16, “The Voice” winner Danielle Bradbery may be the show’s youngest singer, but if Basmin Red Deer has her way, she’ll be the oldest. “We’ll see if they discriminate on age,” said Red Deer, 53, of St. Louis. The producers of the highly rated NBC show are in town this weekend to hold auditions for the first time in St. Louis, and area singers have been tuning up in hopes of landing their big break. – Read more at St. Louis Post Dispatch
‘American Idol’ season 12 finalists dish about upcoming tour (Video) – “I’m so excited, you know, to go out and just and see everybody that’s had my back and who has been voting for me,” finalist Amber Holcomb told OTRC.com. “I’m ready to perform with no judges and no like pressure. I’m just ready to go.” – See the Video at OTCR
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Siobhan Magnus, Kiley Evans aiming for stardom – Two of the region’s brightest young music stars have exciting new projects to unveil, and both have shows in Boston tonight. Barnstable’s Siobhan Magnus, whose 2009-2010 turn on American Idol produced some that show’s most memorable moments, presents her new band, Doubtful Guest, at the free Outside the Box Festival on Boston Common, with a set at 5 p.m. on the Beacon Stage. Later on, across Beantown, Marshfield’s country singer Kiley Evans celebrates the release of her new album by opening for Steel Magnolias at the Brighton Music Hall. – Read more at MetroWest
Adam Levine of ‘The Voice’ sells Hollywood Hills home – Perhaps coach Adam Levine of “The Voice” got tired of being “the landlord.” At any rate, the Maroon 5 frontman has sold his Hollywood Hills home for $3.55 million in an off-market deal. The remodeled Midcentury Modern-style home sits on a half-acre lot with a separate guest unit. Features include two interior fireplaces, a home theater, an exercise room, a security system, four bedrooms and four bathrooms. Walls of glass open to an outdoor fireplace, swimming pool and spa. – Read more at LA Times
Cory Monteith: Some 250 fans say goodbye in candlelight vigil outside hotel where Glee star died – A crowd of about 250 people attended a candlelight vigil in downtown Vancouver late Friday to pay their respects to Glee star Cory Monteith, and to prove that they won’t stop believing. Cousin Richard Monteith attended the vigil and was overcome with tears as the gathered Gleeks softly sang Journey’s ‘Don’t Stop Believing,’ an anthem Monteith had performed with his co-stars on the pilot episode of Glee. “It’s heartbreaking and exciting; it’s a bunch of mixed emotions at the same time,” Richard told The Province. Read more at The Province. Photos at ONTD