Thanks to alab at RoyalMisfits for pointing out the spoiler information suggesting Jason may be singing… I’ll Follow the Sun. Source: DialIdol Forums Take it with a grain of salt though. You never know who’s posting on these forums.
Adam B. Vary interviewed Debra Bird and Nigel Lythgoe in ‘American Idol’: Burning Questions Answered! for EW.com. Of special note we learn from this interview that the Beatles’ song list has been narrowed to 25 possible choices: How big is the list of songs the contestants get to choose from? BYRD: Well, it depends on
The same ones that Perez Hilton posted this weekend. That we posted almost two weeks ago. After we saw them in about 10 other places, where they had been posted a couple weeks before that. So it’s nothing new, but if you’ve got 2 minutes to kill and echo-y voice-over accompanied by crappy casio music
About time. Great article highlighting the Class of 2008 inductees. According to http://leonardcohenfiles.com, his songs have been covered by more than 1,300 artists around the world in 40-plus years. Many were first introduced to his music through Judy Collins’ 1966 version of “Suzanne,” but other major artists who have recorded Cohen songs include “Bird On
New York Post bloggers Melissa Jane Kronfeld and David K. Li lament the loss of Danny Noriega (join the club) and wonder why Asia’h is gone (which I’ll explain to them at the first club meeting.) Right now, they think Jason’s the contestant with momentum: Jason Castro’s “Hallelujah” really moved the judges. He’s not yet
Round-Up of the Top 12 from Julie Hinds: • • Jason Castro, 20: A drummer from Texas who likes to strum a folksy guitar onstage, Jason has won the hearts of fans with his post-millennium hippie flair and his super-cool dreads. Unlike most “Idol” contestants, he really seems to be doing this for a lark
We had an unofficial little poll of Beatles songs Jason might choose to sing. It was far from complete; I wish I had included Another Girl. But it probably wouldn’t have mattered as there were some very definite favorites. There’s no way of knowing if people were voting for the Beatles songs they loved best