American Idol likes to say they help make dreams come true, but according to Phillip Phillips, winning the show can be a real nightmare. But his suit could lead to real change for reality competitions.
You might know Dave Grohl as the frontman of the Foo Fighters, but according to the former drummer, he’s just a dad who spends a lot of time shuttling his kids around in a mini-van. And when he’s not busy doing that, he plays a little music.
The “Heads Carolina, Tails California” singer is back with her first album in nearly a decade, which she financed through Kickstarter. “I spent the first two weeks dodging bullets,” she said of the process. But for “every dollar that was donated, somebody got something.”
“I don’t like being in the center of attention of things. I let those guys shine and put their own personalities in the song.”
Third time’s the charm for Caleb Johnson.
Porter Robinson went in hard on the dance duo after reading a series of tweets from them regarding the concept of “selling out.” Mat Zo and Knife Party have also weighed in.
It’ll include some of his “American Idol” and “Glee” performances as well as songs from both of his albums.
The country star and ‘American Idol’ judge takes fans on a backstage tour of his trailer, where he loves to kick back and relax when not on set. And it’s unlike anything you’ve probably ever imagined. No, really.
Radio.com hopped on the phone with him to talk about shedding his folk sound in favor or rock, vocal lilting and what all this touring has taught him about putting on a live show.
Jerrod Niemann and Brett Eldredge will support Urban on the Raise ‘Em Up Tour, which features a new stage production and song list. See all the tour dates.
The ‘American Idol’ runner-up officially announced yesterday (Feb. 4) that he is putting his entertainment career on hold to seek out the Democratic seat for Congress in his home state.
Don’t be fooled by the rocks that Jennifer Lopez’s got, she’s still Jenny from the block, or as her latest single proclaims, she’s the same girl who used to hop on the 6 train from the Bronx.
If the ratings of last night’s (Jan. 15) American Idol show us anything, it’s that after 13 seasons, America might not really care who their next Idol is.
“I just [find] her magnetic on so many levels,” Urban says of “Royals” singer Lorde. “She has a lot of artistic depth and gravitas for someone at that age.”
One of the songs she premiered earlier this week at CMT’s Next Women of Country showcase reveals her father’s battle with alcoholism.
In this episode of Radio.com Inside Out, we explore the outsiders of reality singing shows: from Adam Lambert on American Idol to Beverly McClellan on The Voice to “burrito slinger” Josh Krajcik on X Factor.