Take my advice. I am not using it.
I don't get the Jacob love, either. He's a super sweet kid and all the other contestants seem to love him but I have yet to hear him sing a song from start to finish in tune. Not a single one.
I hate when the cops throw me in the back of the squad car ....like they didnít hear me call shotgun.
Boy (n) : Noise with dirt on it.
Here's my beef....since when is a ballad from the 80s a Motown song?? Just because it was recorded on the Motown label DOES NOT make it Motown, IMO.
I can't believe I'm saying it...but Jacob was the best for me. Even my punk/alternative/screamo loving son thought Jacob was good.
He belongs in gospel. He will move the Winans right out of the way.
It was, for me, an overall good night. No major train wrecks.
I watched David cook's "Hello" and then rewatched Stefano's. There is no comparison. No one should do "Hello" again. cook connected with the song, made me like a rather dull Ritchie song. Stefano just had no feeling with it. Darn, we need a David!
"To err is human, to arr is a pirate"
Really good show in general...no trainwrecks. Usually it is easy to predict who will not be on the tour, but not so this year. The judges and producers did a great job in finally getting us a variety of performers. In previous years, we saw those people who fit the Simon mold of relevence to the Pop world. I am so glad that we are seeing something more from AI this cycle.
I know that the mentoring and recording these kids are doing week to week help the AI machine, but I have to believe this is probably one of the best/most helpful things they can do for these kids. That has to be huge getting that type of experience for how ever many weeks they last.
"You mustn't be afraid to dream a little bigger, darling"
He was showing them contingencies when they showed him to the street - Harry Chapin