Headlines: Wendy Moten Returns to Opry, Hunter Metts New Song

Wendy Moten returns to the Opry for the first time since competing on The Voice – The singer writes on social media, “ANNOUNCEMENTS!!! I’ll be singing at the OPRY FEB 12 !! It will be streaming on the Opry website !! FEB 14 will be my 1st night back with the Grammy winning Texas Swing band The Time Jumpers !!! If you’ve always wanted to experience listening to live country music – Come on out to 3rd & Lindsley / Nashville 7pm Monday Night FEB 14th !!!” Wendy competed on The Voice last fall on Team Blake Shelton and finished as the runner-up behind Girl Named Tom. Currently, Wendy is recovering from elbow surgery, necessary after a nasty on-stage fall.


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American Idol’s Hunter Metts announces new single

American Idol 2021 Top 7 contestant, Hunter Metts, announces his new single “Open” drops on February 25. Expect a TON of new released from Idol alums ahead of the February 27 season 20 premiere.


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The Voice season 21 finalist Jershika announces Natalie Cole cover for Valentines day.

Security guard Jershika Maple fought her way to The Voice season 21 final, and finished in 5th place. Now, she’s releasing a cover of Natalie Cole’s classic song, “Inseparable” to all digital platforms on Feb. 14.


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Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Mickey Guyton perform at Super Bowl Music Fest

Friday night Feb 11, Married couple and The Voice coaches Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani, along with Mickey Guyton will perform at Super Bowl Music Fest LA. at the Crypto Arena On Sunday, Mickey will sing the National Anthem ahead of the big game between the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals.

Lionel Richie on Becoming a Legend Despite Critics Who Questioned His ‘Blackness’ – American Idol judge and legendary pop singer Lionel Richie graces the cover of People magazine this week. The singer was recently nominated for the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame. After finding fame in the 80’s, some folks questioned the Tuskegee University graduate’s measure of “Blackness.” “No one had ever questioned my Blackness before. Like, do you know who you’re talking to?” – Read more at People

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