I’ve made it a habit to turn on my DVR and collect random audio from random TV shows, even those I don’t watch. Why? Because I’m in the radio game! We love audio. Either we […]
You may be a fan of NBC’s reality TV competition, The Voice, but Queen guitarist Brian May certainly isn’t. He recently spoke out against the British version of the show, which features judges Jesse J, […]
Welcome to Jukebox Jury, our new music debate show where experts face off and a jury of fans decides the winner. THE CASE: Last week, American Idol returned with a whimper instead of the bang […]
“I think Kelly Clarkson really proved herself to be a career-long artist. She really handled her early work with grace and still stays relevant and works with great people and gets songs consistently out there.”
Blake is on a roll. Xtina is on the case of someone she passed up last season. CeeLo is hearing folks singing his songs and not liking it. Adam is being reallllllllly nice to everyone. Suspicious.
“The Voice” season 1 finalist Beverly McClellan has gotten some exposure to rock fans lately: she guests on guitar god Steve Vai’s new album “The Story Of Light,” singing a cover of Blind Willie Johnson’s “John The Revelator,” and she’s also opening for him on his current tour. Vai told CBS Local that when he heard McClellan sing at at NARAS event, he knew he wanted to collaborate with her.
Someone picked up the first ever Spanish singer. Someone picked up a sure thing ringer. Someone picked up a kid with glasses. And someone got no one new because he’s picky.
This week the new fall television lineup kicks off, but some people though would rather watch another rerun of their favorite show. Turns out, this might be better for your health.
Last night, the popular music competition The Voice opened its new season with all four celebrity judges (Adam Levine of Maroon 5, CeeLo Green, Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton) performing a version of The Rolling Stones’ classic, “Start Me Up.” (For a full recap of the show, go here.) It’s the latest example of the song’s enduring popularity.
If you’re looking for an album reminiscent of sunshine and kittens, The Hunger Games: Songs From District 12 and Beyond–the soundtrack album for the upcoming film The Hunger Games–may not be for you. The original […]