Tonight, the So You Think You Can Dance Top 4 take the stage for YOUR votes ahead of next week’s finale! Mac will be live blogging 8/7c FOX.
Find out which acts will advance to the America’s Got Talent finals. Adam will be live blogging the results beginning at 9/8 NBC.
Big Brother airs tonight on CBS at 8/7c pm. Who won the Power of Veto? Was it used to save a houseguest from the block? After, read Krista’s recap.
American Idol 14 judges round began in New Orleans yesterday. Last night, Keith Urban folded in a radio station sponsored concert at the local House of Blues.
American Idol alum, Josh Gracin, is on the mend. After a struggle with depression led him to leave a troubling note on his Facebook page, followed by an admittance to an inpatient facility, Josh will perform on Thursday at Midtown Crossing’s “End of Summer Concert Series” in Omaha Nebraska. VIA WOWT
Q Management Group Signs Colton Dixon – Q Management Group, headed by owner and president Zachary Kelm, has signed 19 Recordings artist and American Idol Season 11 finalist Colton Dixon. The Franklin, Tenn.-based Q Management Group also represents the bands Skillet and We As Human.
“We are incredibly excited to be working with Colton,” Kelm said. “He has great talent, passion, drive and integrity. We are looking forward to getting this new music from Anchor out there in every facet possible and building a partnership that propels his already burgeoning career.” – Read more at Music Row
Michael Sarver set to Release New Single – American Idol Season 8 contestant, Michael Sarver has announced the release of a new country single titled “Miss You Something Crazy,” available on September 9. He posted a clip of the song on his Facebook with the caption, “SPREAD THE WORD!!! I AM SO EXCITED!!! THANK YOU SO MUCH for your continued belief in me and my music!!!!
I LOVE YOU ALL!” Listen to the Clip HERE.
Marie Osmond and David Archuleta
American Idol 7 alum, David Archuleta, is in Nashville doing a little songwriting, and also catching up with pals like Marie Osmond. She tweeted a photo with the caption, “Just landed in Chicago. Such a fun day in Nashville catching up with dear friends like @DavidArchie” Earlier, David tweeted, “Good writing comes out of Nashville ????. Glad to be in one of my favorite towns working with some mighty talented writers.”
Clay Aiken campaigns in San Francisco – Tuesday evening, San Francisco power-couples Armistead Maupin and Chris Turner, and David Perry and Alfredo Casuso, hosted a fundraising event for Aiken at Catch, a seafood restaurant in the Castro District. Having read a plug for this event in Leah Garchick’s column, I begged to attend. Thanks to Leah, and ultimately Maupin, I was allowed in. Thirty or so of us gathered at Catch, and Aiken dutifully made the rounds. Nearby, a friend asked for a photo with Clay. “I do selfies!” announced Aiken. “And we hashtag them #selfieswithclay.” – Read more at SF Gate
Exclusive Video: Adam Levine Explains The Voice’s “Profound” Impact on His Life – “The show has changed my life in a profound way,” Levine says in the exclusive behind-the-scenes video below. “I don’t know how it happened. It all seemed so quick. But the show changed my perspective on a lot of things.” – See the Video at TV Guide
EXCLUSIVE: The Swon Brothers Reveal the Best Advice They Got on ‘The Voice’ –
LifeLight: Colton Dixon interview – Question: What is the significance to titling the album “Anchor?” Answer: When I released “A Messenger” and started touring, I realized how easy it was to get caught up in schedules and how easy it was to get distracted on the road. In turn, it made me realize how important it was to be focused, and for me, my faith is a big part of what I do. I was thinking of the word daily. No matter what you do, if you’re on a stage constantly speaking to people, you need to make sure that you have something to say. You need to make sure you’re fed in whatever profession you’re doing, and for me, it’s spiritually-fed. I realized on stage I’m basically spiritually feeding all of these people in the audience, and making sure they’re encouraged to connect with God. I couldn’t count those moments as my personal spiritual time because I’m going to walk off stage drained. – Read more at Argus Leader