When it comes singing, there’s showing heart and there’s showing Heart. Jordis Unga tried to do both when she turned in a hearty rendition of classic rockers’ ’80s power ballad ‘Alone’ Monday night on ‘The Voice’ — and clearly won over some coaches in the process. But did she win over the hearts of the American fans watching the show at home?
Classically trained opera singer Chris Mann certainly has more than enough vocal chops to sing Simon & Garfunkel‘s ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water,’ but does he have enough restraint? And can he manage to capture the audience’s attention while performing the classic cut?
When you make it this far long on ‘The Voice,’ it probably does feel like you are ‘Living on a Prayer’ each and every week, so Jermaine Paul’s choice of the Bon Jovi classic seemed an appropriate one for Monday’s episode, especially given the higher stakes of this being the first week of Live Shows. Yet Paul — who unlike many of his fellow ‘Voicer’-ers Alicia Keys — is known for his smooth R&B stylings, so he may have been a little out of his element singing an ’80s pop-rock staple. But don’t tell him that.
Journey‘s tear-jerker hit ‘Faithfully’ was the focus of a fierce battle round on Monday’s episode of ‘The Voice,’ when Tony Vincent and Justin Hopkins both took the stage for an emotional run-through of the tune that left coach Cee Lo Green with a difficult decision to make: Which singer would he send to the next round, and which would he send home?
‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’ got some unusual treatment on Monday’s episode of ‘The Voice’ when Washington D.C. emcee Moses Stone faced off against Nashville country duo the Line with a dueling performance of the Rolling Stones classic. Mick Jagger obviously isn’t a coach on the show, but if he was we’d be curious to get his reaction to the showdown.
Can’t wait for this summer’s massive Black Sabbath reunion? Looks like you’re going to have to wait even longer. Sabbath’s previously announced comeback European trek has been put on hold as Tony Iommi continues to battle lymphoma, with only one date — a June 10 appearance at the U.K.’s Download Festival — going ahead as scheduled. For the rest of the announced tour dates, singer Ozzy Osbourne will now be joined by a selection of “special guests” with a band billed as Ozzy & Friends.
Last month in our preview of the third installment of ‘Kiss Meets Archie,’ Archie had been turned into a zombie and it was up to Kiss to save the day. Which, of course, they did! This time around, it looks like Kiss are the ones in trouble — will they be OK?
Journey have a very special and very awesome Valentine’s Day present for fans in the form of the new video for their song ‘Resonate’ — that is, if said fans have any interest in watching footage of Neal Schon making out with girlfriend Michaele Salahi while she’s sprawled out half-naked on the beach.
If said fans don’t feel like checking out some almost-NSFW canoodling clips featuring the guitarist and the former ‘The Real Housewives of D.C.’ star — and they very well may not — they may want to skip this one. (The pair’s rekindled and very public romance made a lot of news headlines last year.)
The 2012 Grammy Awards finally arrived Sunday night, and while classic rockers weren’t up for many awards on the big night, they were well represented onstage. Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney and the Beach Boys all turned in top-shelf performances.
Jeff Beck was the classic rocker up for perhaps the most prestigious award at the 2012 Grammy Awards, but modern rockers Foo Fighters took home the trophy. The Foo Fighters album ‘Wasting Light’ beat out Beck’s ‘Rock ‘N’ Roll Party Honoring Les Paul’ to win the 2012 Grammy Award for Best Rock Album.
Paul McCartney was one among the first winners at the 2012 Grammy Awards Sunday in Los Angeles, snagging the Best Historical Album honor during the pre-Grammy telecast. McCartney won as a compilation producer for the deluxe Paul McCartney Archive Collection edition of his former band Wings’ classic 1973 album, ‘Band On The Run.’ McCartney shared the honor with mastering engineers Sam Okell and Steve Rooke.
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