The Top 12 Idols went to a listening party last night hosted by will.i.am. I’ll have a post up about that in a bit.
Pia Toscano sings The National Anthem at the Nascar Kolbalt 400 in Las Vegas at 2:30pm EST
The Simon Cowell created boy band, One Direction, will be the musical guests on Saturday Night Live when the show returns from hiatus on April 7. Sofia Vergara will be the host.
‘Idol’ winner Scotty McCreery happy to be back on mound – GARNER — Scotty McCreery lived out his dream Saturday afternoon, one of the dreams he had before he became an “American Idol.” McCreery played in his first varsity baseball game for the Garner Trojans, pitching the seventh inning of the Trojans’ 8-7 loss to Fuquay-Varina, one of the area’s best teams. The senior right-hander’s return to the mound – he last pitched in a 2010 summer league game against another Fuquay-Varina – was as impressive as his run last spring on the hit Fox TV singing competition. – News Observer
Casey James Exclusive ‘Love the Way You Miss Me’ Song Premiere + Autographed Guitar Contest – Casey James is releasing his self-titled debut album on March 20, and Taste of Country has your exclusive peek at one of the songs. ‘Love the Way You Miss Me’ is a sexy ballad that features plenty of James’ velvet voice and bluesy guitar playing. – Listen to the Song at Taste of Country
‘Idol’ Castoff I’m Out on the Streets – Defying all laws of physics … the “American Idol” judges actually had something useful to say … because one “Idol” castoff is turning their advice into COLD, HARD CASH. River St. James — who was cut before the top 24 — was told by the trio of judges to get more experience. Heeding their words, he decided to take his musical talents to the streets of Santa Monica, CA. – Read more at TMZ
Siobhan Magnus Cape Cod St. Patricks Day Parade – Siobhan Magnus marches with the Girl Scouts celebrating their 100th birthday at the Cape Cod St.Patrick’s Day parade which marched its way from West Dennis into South Yarmouth along Route 28 on a cold snowy morning. – See the Photo at Cape Cod Times
BTW grad competing on ‘Voice’ turned bad decisions into good – He was a teenage runaway, crashing on friends’ couches while attending Booker T. Washington High School. It was a chaotic lifestyle that made it easier for him to experiment with drugs. “And I still graduated by the grace of God,” Rogers said during a recent phone interview from New York, which he now calls home. “I made a lot of bad decisions,” he said, alluding to past addictions. But he’s been sober for several years, and he’s accomplished things no mere knucklehead could lay claim to – chief among them, being a contestant on NBC’s reality-competition show “The Voice.” – Read more at Tulsa World
Meet U.K. boy band One Direction – The X Factor may not have generated a superstar act in its first season on U.S. television, but One Direction, a boy band from the U.K. version, appears ready to launch a new British Invasion. The first wave: Already a double-platinum sensation in the U.K., One Direction will release its debut album, Up All Night, in the USA on Tuesday. The group, which consists of five members ages 18 to 20, also will make its American television debut Monday on the Today show, performing single What Makes You Beautiful. – USA Today