Thursday, February 28, 2008

American Idol Season 7 - Top 20 - Results

Well, well, well...

Oh boy was the group sing cheesy and bad. Of all the good songs from that area to choose from, and they came up with that medley of songs??? [/sarcasm] Good news was, Michael sounded great and so did Amanda.

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I was very surprised that Amanda was safe, and that Alexandrea was sent home. I like Amanda, and I am happy she is staying, but when I saw her up against Alexandrea, I really thought she was going. I am a bit disappointed to see Alexandrea go tho - she was spunky and fun and could really sing. She was different, but I guess she didn't have the chance to show how different and interesting she could be.

Very cute how David A. was crying, and she went to hug him at the end... Little romance brewing there? ;)

I was not surprised to see Jason Y. leave tonight. He does have a good voice (I like his tone very much), and his singing was way better tonight compare to Tuesday. But he really has to work on his stage presence, and on not to smile so much when he sings. I think he could do well, but he's got work to do.

Alaina vs Kady.... I really was expecting Kady to leave, and I think she did, too. Poor Alaina, she really was taking it hard. Ryan was sweet with her, and it was nice that all the girls were encouraging her to sing. I actually really liked her rendition tonight, she gave me chills. If all the contestants could sing like that - with raw emotions and like it is their last time on that stage - I can tell you we'd have many more great moments on that stage and on that show.

Aw, again, David A and Danny were crying for Alaina... So sweet.

Robbie vs Luke... I really didn't know who was going to leave. In my opinion, Luke sang the worse of the two last night. And he looks older than Robbie, so I thought that perhaps Luke would be the one to go. But it was Robbie. I guess the comments to him that he is not authentic and all that crap really took its toll. You could tell Robbie was annoyed when Simon mentioned it again. I'm glad Luke is staying tho, I like him and I think that if he chose the right song, he can really wow us.

So, it'll be a Beatles theme for the top 12. They also forgot to mention that Blake Lewis will be singing on the night of the top 12 results. He'll be performing his second single, How Many Words.

And the '80s await us next week...

American Idol Season 7 - Top 20 - Top 10 Girls

Another lukewarm night... Overall, the girls were better than last week, but they were still a bit bland. No real break through performances tonight.

Carly Smithson - “Crazy on You”

I really liked this song choice for Carly. The tone of her voice really suited this song. She seemed quite uncomfortable tho, and didn't let loose quite enough to really pull this song off. Her vocals were brilliant, but her physical performance was a bit lacking. She did a great job nonetheless, and was one of my favorite tonight.

Syesha Mercado - “Me And Mr. Jones”

I didn't like this song for Syesha. I like her softer, lower voice, but her voice is thin in these low parts. Her last, held note was ... weird.

Brooke White - “You’re So Vain”

I liked this very, very much. Her lowest notes were a bit rough, but she recovered well from them. Her voice lends itself very well to the singer/songwriter vibe she had going on tonight. She seemed really comfortable on stage. I also like when she reaches for the highest notes, her voice goes a bit raspy. Nice, very nice,

Ramiele Malubay - “Don’t Leave Me This Way”

I did not like this for her, it did not allow her to showcase her range, her powerful voice at all. She seemed quite distracted throughout the song. The beginning was weird, the dancing distracted her from her vocals, which resulted in a flat, emotionless delivery.

Kristy Lee Cook - “You’re No Good”

I actually enjoyed Kristy this week. So much better than last week. The little country flavor of the song really suits her. Her vocals were good - it's too bad her voice cracked when she went for that high note. Her physical performance is lacking tho.

Amanda Overmyer - “Carry On My Wayward Son”

Bad, bad, bad, bad, bad. Oh my, what happened to her? She looked so sad tonight for some reason. She was really pitchy throughout, and her usual powerful, emotional vocals were really absent tonight. Not good at all.

Alaina Whitaker - “Hopelessly Devoted To You”

Not bad, but not great either. She needs a slower tempo to allow her vocals and phrasing to really work together. The verses were actually good, but the chorus was a bit of a let down. She was pitchy on the highest notes, and a bit flat on the rest of it.

Alexandrea Lushington - “If You Leave Me Now”

I really like her voice - she can really sing! And I love her style. And while she sang this song well, it just didn't work all together.

Kady Malloy - “Magic Man”

I did not like this. I so agree with Simon - something just isn't right. She's so likable in her little clips, funny, personable. But once she hits the stage, this all goes out the window. Awful song choice, so so physical performance, ok vocals. The arrangement was also not great...

Asia’h Epperson - “All By Myself”

I'm so over contestants singing this song... Asia'h didn't do this song justice at all. Her phrasing and pronunciation were weird. And the first time she sings the "All by myself" her voice leaves her. OUCH. Asia'h can put so much emotion in her songs, but she didn't do that at all tonight.

Best: Carly Smithson, Brooke White
Worst: Amanda Overmyer, Asia'h Epperson

Going home: Kady and Amanda

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

American Idol Season 7 - Top 20 - Top 10 Guys

It was a very lukewarm kind of night. Only 3, maybe 4 standouts for me tonight - David Hernandez, Chikezie, David Cook and David Archuleta. Also, I thought the judges comment about song choices were a bit hypocritical. They know the contestants can only choose amongst a restricted number of songs. Yes, some song choices were bad, but for Simon to mention that they have thousands of songs from the '70s to choose from was misleading and hypocritical, in my opinion. Very unfair to the contestants.

Michael Johns - “You Can Go Your Own Way”

Was he sick? He looked really tired to me. The song was way too high for him. He was struggling for the highest notes, and was flat throughout the song. No life, no oumph, no personality, really. I like him a lot, and hope he sticks around, but this was the second worst performance of the night.

Jason Castro - “I Just Want To Be Your Everything”
While I thought he sang it well, it was again flat and without much life. I was upset about the judges harping on him for using the guitar again. So what if he used the guitar two weeks in a row? Who cares? If they are going to allow instruments, comments like those shouldn't be allowed to be made.

Luke Menard - “Killer Queen”

I like Luke and thinks he's got a good voice and some good performance skills in him. But it was no where to be found tonight. His performance came out way too theatrical, almost cheesy. His vocals, while good, were cringe worthy in places. Let's just say that after mentioning how perfect one has to be to perform in an a capella group, I was expecting better vocals than what we got.

Robbie Carrico - “Hot Blooded”

Can they stop trying to pigeon-hole that guy into a genre? I seriously do not give a fuck if he is pop, rock, more pop than rock or more rock than pop. I don't give a flying fuck if he is believable as rocker or not. All I want from him is to wow me. He's got a good voice, a nice look, and decent stage presence. If he can just sing without trying to prove he is a real rocker, I am sure I'll enjoy him more. Tonight, his vocals were good, but nothing that wowed me.

Danny Noriega - “Superstar”

Alright, the spoiled brat made me laugh tonight with his little clip at the beginning and with his interaction with Simon. The singing? Kinda meh. He was on pitch, but damn that was old fashioned! His vibrato was way too slow, and I just have a hard time believing anything that comes out of this guy's mouth when he sings. Better than last week, but that's not saying much...

David Hernandez - “Papa Was A Rolling Stone”

First stand out of the night. Now that was good! I like David, and I am so glad him going first last week didn't result in his elimination. I love that he told us a story, love how he got into it and delivered a passionate performance. Love the little growls here and there... Very, very nice!

Jason Yeager - “Long Train Runnin"

Oh the judges were harsh on him. Unfortunately, I have to agree... Dude's gotta loose the perma grin! The dancing was not good, and the vocals were really average. It really sounded karaoke to me. I feel for him, but he's going to have to really bring a passionate performance if he wants to go further. That is, if he is staying this week. Weakest of the night.

Chikezie - “I Believe To My Soul”

Another stand out! The beginning was a bit weird, but then he got into the song, and it was GOOD! Soul, passion, fun, it was all in there. He's gotta be careful with the smiling too much tho. I LOVED how he talked back to Simon again, it was too funny!

David Cook - “All Right Now”

Scruffy chin, guitar strapped around his shoulder, David gave us a great performance. He does have a good rock voice. VERY comfortable on stage. But again, there's this little cocky attitude that I am not too fond of. Still, he did great, and was another stand out for me.

David Archuleta - “Imagine”

And the American Idol Season 7 is....... David Archuleta!!! Seriously, he would make a great winner. The crowd was going CRAZY for him, wow! His vocals were spot on, very beautiful. I'm not too sure about the interpretation, but I still think his performance was great. Simple, with just the guitar and his voice. Gorgeous.

Best: David A, David H, David C, Chikezie
Worst: Jason Y, Michael Johns

Going home: Jason Y and Robbie

Greg Neufeld - Greg Neufeld - Album Review


Yes, Greg has a new album out! And it is GOOD. Greg debuted this 7 songs album on tour with Lukas Rossi at the end of January 2008. Reviews of the shows I attended can be found here for The Horseshoe show in Toronto, and here for The Dungeon show in Oshawa.

1 - Leaving Song
I love the lyrics of this song. It is a sad song, but the guitar is very hopeful, almost joyful, like a liberation of some sort. Beautiful melody supporting Greg's silky vocals.

I tried to leave without using the door
But you deserve more
You deserve much more
These are the things
That I should have said
But I could never know
So I will sing them instead

These mistakes that I've made
I know what I've done
These regrets are coming home
Now that I've sung them

This is for you
It's a leaving song
And I know it's not much
But it's all I've got
And I'm not even sure how the ending should go
But it's gotta end so
Lalala la la
Something like
Lalala la la

2 - Secret
Oh I love the slow pace of this kind of jazzy song. It allows Greg's vocals to really shine high and bright, to envelop itself around the melody. The slightly plaintive guitar adds a touch of melancholy to the song. The bridge is where Greg's vocals really explode, taking it to the next level. Gorgeous.

Yeah you make me feel
Just like I did back when I was a child
And I just can't hold it inside
I gotta tell the world tonight
How you made me your

Dirty little secret
You never told me
To keep it
My mouth has run off and I'm
Sorry, at least I would like to be
But how can I break
A promise that I didn't
Oh yeah
How can I break
A promise that I didn't make
How can I break
A promise that I didn't even make

3 - Map of The Stars
The rhythmic guitar really makes this a song one cannot help but move to.It also lends itself really well to a live, acoustic setting. The layered vocals are awesme, too.

And in the black of the night
I caught a flicker of light
I swear it must have been you
Trying to reach me across the universe

How could you not stay
I was much too proud to beg
Now I know
Should not have let you go
We were so close to beautiful
We were so close to beautiful

And now I'm watching above
To get a glimpse of your love
And now I'm watching above above above yeah

I bought a map of the stars
To find the place where you are

4 - So Far
Greg recorded this song before. This rework version has a totally different vibe. The added instruments really support the beautiful lyrics, rendering them even more powerful. The bridge has a totally different feel to it than the rest of the song, but it all ties together brilliantly.

Did you know you are a part of my plan
Did you know I was trying to be a better man
A better man than the last

Look over your shoulder
I'm waving goodbye again
You keep walking forward
You never look back
And until the next time
When everything's new again
I'll be here waiting
My head in my hands

Waiting for life to break through
Break through the darkest night
And bring the new day
Wait for the words
To tell you
All that I feel inside
Instead I chase you away

5 - Sleep You Off
The passionate piano and the tribal drums pave the way to Greg's velvety vocals. So much passion and emotions in this sad song. Greg raspy voice really brings home these raw emotions. This song is AMAZING live.

Ok, it's light
I'll lay here for a little while longer
It didn't work
It didn't help
Maybe I should try to be somebody else
I hate this bed
I hate this room
Another 9:15 walking up without you
There's no where to go and nothing to say
You wouldn't want to see me like this anyway

If I can sleep you off
If I can close my eyes
And wake up like I forgot
If I can dream you out
Of all the things I've missed
Somehow ...... than this?

6 - Your Eyes
I totally love the vibe of this song. The drums and the bass really lay down a great backdrop for Greg's vocals. The chorus is catchy, one remember it easily. Very nice.

My world
Don't know
It's changed for good
The light it face to the darkness
Your eyes
They spoke
I understood
And now you're leaving
And the lights are going down down
On the street where we grew together down down
There's a shadow on this town

You said it all with your eyes
You said your goodbyes
Yeah so save your replies
And every single reason why
The lights have all gone out

7 - Powerless
What can I say about this song that I have not already? It's just so gorgeous... It's got it all... Beautiful guitar, plaintive cello, subtle vocals in their delivery yet powerful in lyrical content... Just brilliant.

Come find your way
Into this place
I won't breath a word
I just need your faith
Sometimes I don't mean
The words that I say
We are only human
And that's ok

There's no one else
To blame
No one else
To blame
We're just powerless to change

Thursday, February 21, 2008

American Idol Season 7 - Farewell Song

Here is this year's exit song:

Hollywood’s Not America
by Ferras

American Idol Season 7 - Top 24 - Results

Well, I think who went home made sense tonight.

Garrett Haley was sent back home first.

Colton Berry was sent home at the end of the show.

I have to say I was expecting Jason Yaeger to leave, but I'm glad he didn't. I think once he's passed his initial oh-my-gosh-i'm-on-american-idol phase, he'll produce some good performances. I am also glad David Hernandez has not left. I was scared for him since he went first, but I'm glad he stuck around.

As for the girls.

Amy Davis was sent home first.

Joanne Borgella was also sent home.

I'm a bit sad to see Joanna leave, but it was to be expected. I like her, and thought she had great potential, but she really did produce a horrendous performance last night. I just hope she keeps singing, she's good at it. And yes, she's absolutely stunning. As for Amy leaving, I'm more than fine with that.

American Idol Season 7 - Top 24 - Top 12 Girls

Ok, Ok, Ok, I get it. The girls are sick. They have the flu. I know how it feels, I've had it before. It's awful. And I feel for all of them. But at the same time, they need to show us they are professionals, and that they will bring it, and I mean BRING IT whatever the circumstances.

Kristy Lee Cook - “Rescue Me”

Soooooooooooo monotonous. She's a good singer, but honestly, she really didn't showcase any of her talents this night.

Joanne Borgella - “Say a Little Prayer for You”

Ouch. Pitchy, pitchy, pitchy. She was behind the beat a lot of the time, too. Her nerves are getting the best of her... That's too bad, because I believe she can really shine if she shakes it all off.

Alaina Whitiker - “I Love You More Today Than Yesterday”

I liked it. She's got a nice low voice, and her more energetic voice is great, too. She seems comfortable up there. Promising.

Amanda Overmeyer - “Baby Please Don’t Go”

I like this chick. She's so different than the others, she does stand out. I'm not sure that was the best choice of song for her, but she rocked it, and I loved it! She seems really comfortable on stage, and her banter with Simon (dude, have you ever heard the song?) and Ryan (sorry for pulling in front of ya dude) was funny. I wanna hear more of her voice tho. But that was really, really good!

Amy Davis - “Where the Boys Are”

This was unbelievably bad. I'm usually not bothered by singers who "scoop up to the note" (1$ Randydawg), but Amy did it so unbelievably badly that it was rally painful to listen to.

Brooke White - “Happy Together”

I liked this. A lot. I really enjoyed the beginning, with Brooke's voice and the guitar, and kinda wish she had kept the guitar only throughout the song. Very good interpretation, great stage presence. I also enjoyed her banter with Simon.

Alexandrea Lushington - “Spinning Wheel”

I enjoyed this very much. Alex has got some guts coming out with such a performance. The arrangement was bit weird, but it totally suited her. I liked the way she was moving to the music, getting into it. Not the best vocals, that's true, but she sang well and performed it really well. She's cute and fun to boot!

Kady Malloy - “Groovy Kind of Love”

I have been pretty much on part with the judges so far, but for Kady? I totally disagree with them. Yeah, she needs ti lighten up a bit and have more fun, but her vocals were stellar. What is really amazing for me here is that I HATE that song. I HATE it. I've heard it so much I really, really loathe it now. And I was rolling my eyes at her when she started singing this song. But as she sang, my interest grew. She held my attention on a song I hate. I think she did a really great job with it.

Asia’h Epperson - “A Piece of My Heart”

Nice. VERY nice! I enjoyed this very much. Asia'h choose the perfect song for her. It highlighted her voice, her range and it showed another side of herself. Probably my favorite this night.

Ramiele Malubay - “You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me”

Wow, the best vocals of the night. When this song is well done, it gives me chills. And this night, it did. But Ramiele's hair, outfit, shoes, vibe, didn't fit with this old fashioned song. She sang it beautifully, but I was expecting her to be a bit more contemporary.

Syesha Mercado - “Tobacco Road”

Wow, the music drowned her voice quite a bit there. I was not expecting this from her, and I gotta say, I liked it! She surprised me. And she sang that song really well.

Carly Smithson - “The Shadow of Your Smile”

What an old fashioned choice for her! Beautiful vocals, but I think she is capable of something much more entertaining than this.

American Idol Season 7 - Top 24 - Top 12 Guys

And a new season is on its way!!! I have to say I am not too fond of the use of themes for the first two weeks of competition. This is when we get to know the contestants, know what their music is all about, what they would most likely sound like on their album. That's when many contestants show originality. That's what got us Blake Lewis' All Mixed Up by 311, or his take on Jamiroquai's Virtual Insanity. I think the use of themes for this week and next is actually a disadvantage for the contestants.

David Hernandez - “Midnight Hour”

Very disappointed he went first. Let's hope the curse of going first will be broken and that David will stick around a little longer. I really like his tone and when he goes into his falsetto. Not his best tonight - he was nervous as hell - but I still think he's got enormous potential. I really enjoyed the beginning of the song. But yes, Simon is right - David needs to loosen up a bit!

Chikezie Eze - “I Love You More Today Than Yesterday”

While I appreciate Chikezie's tone, I didn't think neither is vocals nor his performance were up to par this night. The song and arrangement sounded very cruisehip, and, yes, I agree with Simon, it all sounded a bit (meaning a lot) cheesy. Not liking this.

David Cook - “Happy Together”

I don't want to like this guy - his cocky attitude really turns me off. Yeah, yeah, I know, I love cocky guys. But I don't like him. But I like him. He's good! Very good. Great even. I really enjoyed his performance this night. It was fun, original, and the vocals were killer. He looks very, very comfortable up there. The beginning of the song was great, I liked that he changed it up. And the mike stand twirling/playing... Hum hum good.

Jason Yeager - “Moonriver”

Jason has a nice tone to his voice. But this night, he showed himself to be nothing more than a good karaoke singer. His performance was really poor - I understand the guy is happy to be there, but he lost his concentration, looking around the set, smiling widely. This does not make the performance believable. His vocals were good, very good, but the song choice couldn't have been more boring.

Robbie Carrico - “One is the Loneliest Number”

I like this guy's look. I like this guy's voice. Not sure he's a real rocker or a real pop singer, but who cares? I like him, whatever he is. Not sure the song choice was the best - it was different, that's for sure.

David Archuleta - “Shop Around”

"Little" David. *L* I like his voice and his tone, very beautiful. He's got a very mature sound for a young guy. His song choice tonight was good. Not his best vocals, but he did good. He showed a different side to himself, and that was nice. He sounded a bit winded at the end - not sure if it was just the excitement or if it is due to the vocal cord problems he's had in the past. Nonetheless, I think he is a front runner, and rightfully so.

Danny Noriega - “Jailhouse Rock”

Hum, not sure about this one. His over the top maneurisms bordering on soil-brat-like attitude really bug me. But he does have a good voice. Not sure about his song choice this night - if you are not Elvis, you need a much bigger voice than that to sing this song, or any Elvis song, really. Didn't like this one.

Luke Menard - “Everybody’s Talkin"

Hello cutie pie!!! Luke looks like a mix between Patrick Dempsey and Rock Voisine. YUM! His song choice was a bit strange, but not bad for him. I think he did a good job, but it was a bit forgettable. He doesn't seem to have a very big powerful voice, but I think that's ok. I think his voice would be very well suited for jazz, or a Robin Thicke kind of music. I hope he'll stick around, because I think he can offer a lot more than what he showed us this night.

Colton Berry - “Suspicious Minds”

Hum, not sure what to make of this one. Colton did sing the song well, but did he have to sing it with a big huge smile throughout? Not appropriate for that song. And again, to sing an Elvis song properly, one needs a big voice (in my mind anyway), and well, that is just not Colton. The "I'm so happy to be here" attitude is cute, but not what I want to see from a performer.

Garrett Haley - “Breaking up is Hard to Do”

Garret is so happy, so optimistic, seems like a real nice guy. But OMG, his song choice this night was atrocious. So old fashioned for him. His soft voice is dull... But when he powers it out a bit, it sounds good. But, hum, yeah, didn't get that performance. Like, at all.

Jason Castro - “Daydream”

Jason has the distinction to be the first to play an instrument on a performance show. He does seem to be very comfortable up there on the stage. He's got that surfer-peace-and-love-living-on-the-beach-playing-my-guitar kind of look and vibe, and it is really working for him. He's got a bit of an unusual voice, a great falsetto and a great attitude. I like him.

Micheal Johns - “Light My Fire”

One of my favorite. He's cute, he's got a great soulful, raspy voice, a great attitude and very good stage presence. I was a bit disappointed that he sang a song he did during Hollywood Week, but he still did a great job with it. Very much looking forward to hearing something else out of him tho.

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

American Idol Season 7 - Meet Your Top 24



Chikezie Eze, 22. Hometown: Inglewood, CA

Colton Berry, 17. Hometown: Staunton, VA

Danny Noriega, 18. Hometown: Azuza, CA

David Archuleta, 17. Hometown: Murray, UT

David Cook, 25. Hometown: Blue Spings, MO

David Hernandez, 24. Hometown: Glendale, AZ

Garrett Haley, 17. Hometown: Elida, OH

Jason Castro, 20. Hometown: Rockwall, TX

Jason Yeager, 28. Hometown: Grand Prairie, TX

Luke Menard, 29. Hometown: Crawfordsville, IN

Michael Johns, 29. Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

Robbie Carrico, 26. Hometown: Melbourne, FL



Alaina Whitaker, 16. Hometown: Tulsa, OK

Alexandrea Lushington, 17. Hometown: Douglasville, GA

Amanda Overmyer, 23. Hometown: Mulberry, IN

Amy Davis, 25. Hometown: Lowell, IN

Asiah Epperson, 19. Hometown: Joplin, MO

Brooke White, 24. Hometown: Mesa, AZ

Carly Smithson, 24. Hometown: San Diego, CA

Joanne Borgella, 25. Hometown: Hoboken, NJ

Kady Malloy, 18. Hometown: Houston, TX

Kristy Lee Cook, 24. Hometown: Selma, OR

Ramiele Malubay, 20. Hometown: Miramar, FL

Syesha Mercado, 21. Hometown: Sarasota, FL

American Idol Season 7 - Hollywood Week

164 contestants were sent to Hollywood. Only 50 will make the cut. Who will it be?

Hollywood Week Stand-Outs:

Brooke White - Beautiful

David Hernandez - Love the One You're With

Amanda Overmyer - Light My Fire

Josiah Leming - Grace Kelly

David Cook - Everything I Do, I Do For You

Robbie Carrico - Everything I Do, I Do For You

David Archuleta - Heaven

Syesha Mercado - Chains of Fools

Michael Johns - Bohemian Rhapsody

Carly Smithson - Alone

Asia’H Epperson - I'm Going Down

American Idol Season 7 - The Best of the Rest

The Good

Amy Davis


She sings “Blue Bayou” by Linda Ronstadt. Very nice.

Cardin McKinney 20, Nashville, TN


She sings “One Night Only” from Dreamgirls in a beautiful, clear tone. Simon doesn't like her. I hope she'll make him eat his words.

JoAnne Borgella 25, Hoboken, NJ


She sings “I Love You” by Celine Dion. She is a plus size model, beautiful, with a great voice.

Alesha Stelzl 18, Ontario, CA


She sings “Surrender” by Celine Dion and truly suck. But Randy and Paula hear something in her, asked her to go learn a Dolly Parton song and come back. Alesha learns "Island in the Stream", and actually sounds good! She's through!

Chikezie Eze 22, Inglewood, CA


He sings “All the Woman I Need” by Luther Vandross in a beautiful tone. Going to Hollywood!

Danny Noriega 17, Azusa, CA


He sings “Proud Mary". I dind't think he was that good, but he's still through...

The Bad

Luke Reeder, 26, Hollywood FL.


Didn't make it. Really?

Tiffany McCambell 21, Anderson, IN


She sings “Halleluah”. Oh boy.

Cory and Chris Lane 22, Kernersville, NC


They sing a weird rap they made up, and are not very good at.

Ashley Lawing 19, Maiden, NC


She sings ”Red High Heels” by Kellie Pickler. Painful. She walks in with a little puppy that Simon falls in love with. You could tell he really wished Ashley could sing. Unfortunately, she really can't.

Joshua Moreland 25, West Palm Beach, FL


He sings “Beautiful Lady” very badly, in a very theatrical way. Meh.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008