It was June 2002 when the experience of televising a song contest where viewers could determine the results was put to the test. Three months later, that experiment produced a multi-platinum superstar and changed the trajectory of reality TV for decades. The show was “American Idol” on FOX, and that
“American Idol” and “The Voice” go pretty much neck and neck With “The Voice” and “American Idol” battling for audience supremacy, you might not even have noticed that Fox finished “America’s Most Wanted” on Monday. If you made notice, well, you were one of the 1.5 million americans that looked.
Zao guitarist Scott Mellinger recently joined The MetalSucks podcast to discuss the band’s new album, The crimson corridor, a look back at their 2006 classic, Fear is what keeps us here, what it was like working with legendary producer Steve Albini, and more. At one point, the discussion turned to
“It’s been a good year,” Dave said, mentioning albums from established names like Tinariwen, Natacha Atlas, Mamadou Diabate. I agreed, thinking of the Poly-Rhythmo Orchestra reunion, and also considering the anonymous Ethiopians recorded by Olivia Wyatt for Look into the sun and the Scots of Whaur the pig Gaed on
On January 2, Fox presented America with a mysterious new competition called “The Masked Singer”. The show is based on the South Korean hit show “King of Masked Singer”, in which celebrities of various talents perform on stage in front of a studio audience and a panel of judges. The
Facebook appears to be working on a talent show feature that would allow users to record themselves singing and then submit their videos for review. In the application code, the researcher Jane Manchun Wong spotted an interface that would allow users to choose a popular song and then record themselves
You are in a state of tension, stress, fear, worry or anxiety – and what is going on? Your shoulders rise naturally to protect the vulnerable throat and neck. In many cultural traditions, the throat represents the center of creativity, self-expression and communication. It is also the conduit between your
Helium Gibbons use the same vocal techniques as the best opera sopranos By Daily Mail Reporter Posted: 4:38 a.m. EDT, August 23, 2012 | Update: 11:42 a.m. EDT, August 23, 2012 Gibbons are divas of the jungle. The little monkeys use the same technique to project their songs through the