Friday, April 30, 2010

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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Lee DeWyze sings “You’re Still the One” on American Idol

Lee DeWyze sings “You’re Still the One” on the American Idol Season 9 Top 6 show featuring the music of Shania Twain.

Lee's sexy, gravelly voice and his Elvis-like lip-curl had the girls swooning once again! Shania Twain thought Lee was great when she met him at the Chicago auditions and praised his "fantastic style."

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Monday, April 26, 2010

Adam Lambert “American Idol” Judge? Lambert Courted To Replace Simon Cowell On “Idol”

"In news that we’ll have to see to believe, American Idol Season 8 runner-up Adam Lambert is the latest contender joining the race to replace Simon Cowell on the judges’ panel of television’s most-watched talent show.

After wowing Idol producers with his quick wit and biting critiques as a mentor on last week’s Elvis-themed special, we hear the controversial glam rocker is being eyed as a possible replacement for the man the media dubbed Mr. Nasty. In fact, show bosses believe the “For Your Entertainment” hitmaker has just the right mix of moxie to be a dynamic asset to the series.

A loose-lipped A.I. insider divulges to nosy National Enquirer Gossip Guy Mike Walker (Consider The Source!): “Producers were totally bowled over by Adam’s on-target critiques and pithy comments. They believe he’ll bring a fearless, youthful freshness to the show. And let’s not forget, Glambert’s got real stage presence.”

Before any Glambert Fans start jumping with glee, we should mention that the outspoken star has stiff competition from other seasoned entertainers also rumored to be up for Simon’s job: they include: Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx, singer Shania Twain, Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins, an acclaimed producer, and music mogul Tommy Mottola.

Simon will wrap up his nine season run on Idol next month to devote his time to developing an American adaptation of his UK small screen smash The X Factor."

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(Has anyone else noticed that these two look so similar they could be father and son? Just look at the shape of the face, the nose, the hairline. Hmm...)

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Saturday, April 24, 2010

American Idol's Lee Dewyze sings "Love and Misery"

American Idol Season 9 Top 6 finalist Lee DeWyze sings "Love and Misery" at Victory Liquors in Chicago, Illinois. "Love and Misery" is an original song off Lee DeWyze's first independent album "So I'm Told" from 2007. Lee released "So I'm Told" and "Slumberland" (2010) on Louis Svitek's independent label, Wuli Records.
This video was shot on October 16, 2009 on a digital camera; please excuse the poor audio and background noise.

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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Lee DeWyze sings "The Boxer" on the American Idol Top 7 Show

Lee DeWyze sings “The Boxer” by Simon & Garfunkel on the American Idol Season 9 Top 7 'Inspirational Song Week' show. Inspirational songs are performed this week in support of Idol Gives Back.
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Monday, April 19, 2010

American Idol Lee DeWyze sings "So What Now"

American Idol Season 9 contestant Lee DeWyze sings "So What Now" at Victory Liquors.

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Friday, April 16, 2010

Mount Prospect Wishes Lee DeWyze Good Luck

Mount Prospect, Illinois wishes it's favorite son, American Idol Season 9 Top 7 contestant Lee DeWyze good luck.

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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

What song should Lee sing tonight? Take our Poll!

It's Elvis Presley Week for the American Idol Season 9 Top 9 contestants. Elvis recorded over 800 songs in his too-short career, making him the best-selling solo artist in the history of popular music. His songs encompassed many genres, including gospel, african-american, country, pop and blues. These numerous influences help explain why Elvis was so popular throughout the many different segments of American society. If you were 8 or 80, black or white or brown, rich or poor or middling, Elvis Presley was a good-old American boy, beloved by everyone. All Americans can find at least one Elvis song they relate to.

Elvis recorded more songs than almost any other singer, and this may make it very difficult for the Idol contestants to pick just one song! We've looked at other polls, and dusted off our Elvis collection to see which songs would fit our favorites best.

So, take a moment and take our poll. Let's see if America chooses the same song as our American Idol.

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Sunday, April 11, 2010

Crystal Bowersox and Lee DeWyze talk about bringing didgeridoo and bagpipes to the American Idol stage

It was “Take Your Unusual Instruments to Idol Night” as the top 9 covered the Lennon-McCartney songbook last night. And so we caught up with Crystal Bowersox and Lee DeWyze after the show to get the inside scoop of their decisions to use didgeridoo and bagpipes on their respective covers of Beatles songs “Come Together” and “Hey Jude.”

“I was outside one day, and I was humming ['Come Together'] in my head, like, [hums a low note, then sings] lowwww didgeridooo. It was cool,” says Crystal, who explained that Ernie Fields Jr., who works with Rickey Minor and the band, decided to buy a didgeridoo, take a lesson, and play the instrument himself instead of contracting an outside musician to do it. “He is an amazing person,” said Crystal.

Lee gave us a slightly more rambling explanation of his arrangement, so let’s roll the tape: “I’m from Chicago, and so there’s bagpipes everywhere, all the festivals. I love it. And when I was listening to ['Hey Jude'], I wanted to change up the song without changing up the song too much, you know? So I was like, ‘Hey, you know, a bagpipe would be kinda cool on here.’ So they brought it in, I loved it.”

Of course, had he ended up with a different Beatles number, the bagpipes wouldn’t have had their moment, says Lee. They were “specifically for ‘Hey Jude,’” he explains. ” At some point you’ve gotta have fun with it, too. So you get up there, and you don’t want to be stiff and all scared like I have been in the past. I get nervous and the confidence isn’t there. I was like, ‘You know what? I’m just gonna have fun with it from here on out.’ So I was like, ‘Bagpipe? Why not?’”

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Saturday, April 10, 2010

Lee DeWyze: The American Idol Top 9 Interview

American Idol Season 9 Finalist Lee DeWyze can't wait to travel around the nation and meet all kinds of people on tour. When he performs on the live shows, he focuses on connecting with the studio audience to avoid crumbling under the pressure, and as a result he hopes that connection translates to the audience at home.

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Monday, April 5, 2010

Lee DeWyze sings a Joe Cocker Medley

American Idol Season 9 contestant Lee DeWyze sings a Joe Cocker Medley at Victory Liquors.

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Friday, April 2, 2010

American Idol's Lee Dewyze sings "Stay" and "Annabelle"

American Idol Season 9 contestant Lee DeWyze sings original songs "Stay" and "Annabelle" at Victory Liquors.

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