Headlines: Adam Lambert Talks Cover Bands, Texas Hill, Michael J. Woodard New Music

Adam Lambert Explains Why Judging New Show Clash of the Cover Bands Was a ‘Trippy’ Experience – “We have people up there that have been doing this for a long time, that are professional or semi-professional impersonators and tribute acts,” says the singer. “It’s unbelievable the amount of talent that we saw.” “They look like them, sound like them, they’re behaving like them, they’re moving like them,” Lambert continues. “You feel like you’re actually watching that artist. We had people that literally looked exactly like who they were embodying. It was just uncanny.” “It’s a real art… I think the thing that we all decided is that [the performance] is sort of about illusion,” he adds. “It’s beyond just the singing. It’s a whole extra piece of entertainment.” – Read more at People

Meghan Trainor and Adam Lambert Find Celebrity Impersonator Singers in ’Clash of the Cover Bands’

From Entertainment Tonight

Texas Hill Announced New Album Heaven Down Here Out Jan 21

The country trio, Texas Hill, comprised of The Voice alums Craig Wayne Boyd and Adam Wakefield, plus American Idol’s Casey James announce their debut full-length album, Heaven Down Here will be out January 21. Pre-orders are available now.

American Idol alum Michael J. Woodard announces he’ll be releasing a new single, “Hopeful” on October 22.

I’m assuming that Michael is still signed to Katy Perry’s Unsub Records. His first single on the label, “Why You Texting Me” surpassed 162K streams. And his songs from the animated Netflix movie, Alro the Alligator Boy, are doing about in the same ballpark. The film also has a sequel, I ‘Heart’ Arlo.


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Walker Burroughs and Hunter Metts Playing A Show Together 10/14

The two American Idol alums, Walker Burroughs (2019) and Hunter Metts (2021) put together a cute promo for their show at 3rd and Lindsley in Nashville scheduled for Thursday.


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Fox to Launch ‘Masked Singer’ NFT Marketplace – Fox to Launch ‘Masked Singer’ NFT Marketplace – Fox’s most popular show is joining the tech world’s most current fad: NFTs. “The Masked Singer” is debuting its own NFT marketplace, dubbed “The MaskVerse,” on Wednesday. According to Fox, “The MaskVerse” marketplace is designed to make buying, selling and trading of digital “The Masked Singer” goods — non-fungible tokens (NFTs) — more accessible and intuitive to mainstream consumers. It will offer fans an exclusive NFT destination, www.maskverse.com, where they can build their own collection of limited-edition digital masks for every character from all six seasons of the series to unlock surprises and exclusive giveaways. – Read more at The Wrap

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