Remember when Randy Jackson told Phil Stacey last season that he was going to have a career in country music? It’s happening. Phil’s debut album of country songs is set to release next month, and his single “If You Didn’t Love Me” is currently charting on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart.
This weekend, Phil solidifies his country bonafides. He’ll be performing on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry, Saturday March 29th. He’ll perform his single, and also premier new material from his upcoming album. Go Phil!
Also, from Phil’s weekly column, Phil’s Pages, from Idol Chatter:
Speaking of the fine folks from American Idol, one of my good friends from the production team, Norm, came to Nashville this past weekend. He was here to film a segment about a few of the past Idol contestants that have decided to make Nashville home. If I am not mistaken, the segment features Bucky Covington, Bo Bice, and myself. It should air April 2, on the same week that Dolly Parton will be a mentor.
So there ya go–Dolly Parton will be the mentor next week for the Top 9. Plus, we’ll be treated to a video update on Bo Bice, Bucky Covington and Phil Stacey. Good stuff!
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