Today Idol headlines after the jump ¦
Ryan Seacrest was in ebullient mood on his recently launched radio show, The Entertainment Edge. And well he might be: the presenter of American Idol is now syndicated in this music-and-celebrity interview programme across the GCap regional network over the weekend, airing first on London’s Capital radio on Saturday. On a scale of one to 10 for listener happiness, he suggested at the top of the show, “we’re already up to an 11″……..
Idol soul overpowers bland lyrics, pop beats
Former …American Idol contestant Elliott Yamin worked the crowd, soulfully singing a mixture of pop, rock and jazz Saturday night at the Majestic Theatre. A surprisingly older crowd attended the show, including many mother-daughter pairs excited to see their favorite American Idol in a concert atmosphere instead of from their couch. During an hour-long set, Yamin proved his strength as a vocalist and showed the audience that there is life beyond …Idol……….
Packers give away their perfect start
….With singers Justin Timberlake and “American Idol’s” Taylor Hicks watching from the quarterback’s luxury suite, the Packers pulled a football falsetto, getting all squeaky and knock-kneed on the national stage….
Battle of the Minogue sisters
….X-Factor and American Idol judge Simon Cowell has just re-ignited one of the most long-running debates in Australia about which Minogue he prefers.
And while for most Kylie would be the obvious choice, Cowell seems to see it differently…
BayFest ends on high note
…On the other side of the barricades, local music enthusiast Terry Davis was among those feeling the same thrill. Asked what stood out about this year’s fest, he began counting off a long list of performers who’d impressed him: Daughtry’s backing band, the Vibration Configuration, the Electric Experiment, and a breakdancing display he’d happened to catch at the Electronica Stage…
Daughtry talks about life, tour
On Friday night, students and the general public alike nearly filled all available seats in Coleman Coliseum to hear triple-platinum band DAUGHTRY, headliner of the 2007 Homecoming concert.
But lead singer and “American Idol” alumnus Chris Daughtry, in a pre-concert interview with The Crimson White, reveals that none of the success has gone to his head….