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You know, composer Richard Rodgers of Rodger and Hart? Composer Richard Rodgers of Rodgers and Hammerstein? Right! Rodgers wrote or co-wrote over 900 songs, most of which he co-wrote with two enormously different lyricists. With Larry Hart he wrote sophisticated, ironic, timeless songs that were and are a major influence on popular music. With Oscar
Jason was at the Sleeperstar concert Friday night, and was invited up onstage (along with the opening acts and the guys from GRO) to join in a performance of “Hey, Jude.” You can catch glimpses of him in this fan video: Fun! Thanks to momag98 for the news and to jasonnnfan for the video find.
From “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Facebook wall: Judging from his performance on my show, Jason Castro might be another “Idol” success story. http://bit.ly/d5osWn Thanks for bringing this, Jasonized.
From our favorite Dave: “Jason Castro being interviewed for Cambio Connect, a new online entertainment website. The Show will be posted on June 29th.” Credit: @diamonddave05 “Jason Castro performing ‘That’s What I’m Here For’ at the Grove for Cambio Connect” Credit: @diamonddave05 That url, btw, is: www.cambio.com/cambio-connect/
Jason’s appearance on the Ellen Show is being rebroadcast today!
Jason Castro’s appearance on “The Bold and The Beautiful” will air on July 29th and 30th. Check local listings for air times in your city. That tweet is from Jason’s manager, David Helfant, who also shared some photos from today’s rehearsals with us via twitpic: Jason Castro’s Dressing Room on the set of “The Bold
You may recall that while Jason was in Norway last week, I put up a picture of Jason being interviewed at a radio station there, taken by the iPhone camera king, @diamonddave05. Well, there were actually two photos of that visit, and here’s the second (caption and photo by David Helfant): Jason Castro and Stephen
So 2 weeks ago, I did a playlist of songs by boys covered by girls. It was kind of like shooting fish in a barrel because there are so many to choose from. I was going to attempt the reverse, which I knew was going to be considerably more challenging, nigh impossible. So I tricked
Jason’s “That’s What I’m Here For” won last week’s challenge against David Cook’s “Permanent”, woo! (Happily, the associated controversy was settled without the need to discuss hanging chads or a side trip to the Supreme Court.) Now he is up against Sons of Sylvia and their song “Love Left to Lose.” If you are interested