Tonight the American Idol Top 10 take the stage to sing songs we’ve already heard a million times! Yay! We’ll be live blogging beginning at 8 ET. Nick Fradiani will guest star to perform his new single “Get You Home” The contestants sing solos, are paired up for duets. Plus, two will be eliminated.
Musician David Cook takes control of his career – Buffalo.com: From the time you won “American Idol” to now, how have you seen music, especially popular music, change and has that impacted the way you write and make music? Cook: It seems to me that lyrics have become a little less important. I had the opportunity to move to Nashville a few years ago and I found that some of the greatest storytellers are here. I miss the storytelling across genres. It’s a bit more prevalent in country than in a lot of popular music. New technology that’s come into play in music is really interesting, too. – Read more at Buffalo.com
Caleb Johnson Album Photo Shoot
American Idol season 13 alum Caleb Johnson get ready for his sophomore album.
— Caleb Perry Johnson (@CalebJohnson) March 10, 2016
TC’s Joshua Davis to release first new recording since ‘The Voice’ – Traverse City singer-songwriter Joshua Davis has announced that he’ll be releasing his first new recording since finishing third on NBC’s “The Voice” last year. Davis plans to release a new seven-inch record — on vinyl and in digital formats — that features two new original songs recorded in Ann Arbor last fall. The songs “Always Going to Be Here” and “Let Me In” will be released in early April. The announcement came the same day that Davis performed at a political rally for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders in Traverse City. Davis later said he had “a great time at the rally.” – Read more at Record Eagle
Donald Trump Supports Ex-Wife Marla Maples on Dancing with the Stars: ‘I’m Very Happy for Her’ – Donald Trump is wishing his second wife Marla Maples well as she competes on Season 22 of Dancing with the Stars. “I think it is wonderful. I am very happy for her and think she will do very well,” Trump, 69, says in a statement to PEOPLE. Before he was a 2016 presidential candidate, the real estate mogul and Maples, 52, were married for six years. They split in 1999 and are parents to 22-year-old daughter Tiffany. – Read more at People
Carrie Underwood Interview | BBC Breakfast 2016
‘The Passion’ Stars Prince Royce and Chris Daughtry on Replacing Prayers With Pop Hits in the Fox Biblical Musical – Another initial nonbeliever: the guy playing Judas. “When I first was approached, I wasn’t interested,” says Daughtry, 36. Was it the role? “No. I don’t know if Anders thought I look like an asshole who would betray his best friend, but it’s exciting to play a bad guy — that was a selling point. I just wasn’t into doing a religious project. I didn’t want to be in a robe or in an overly preachy situation. Let’s just say there are a lot of examples out there that give this kind of thing a really bad name.” – Read more at Billboard