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Ryan Seacrest Reveals New Premiere Date For American Idol.  


On Monday, November 6th 2017, Ryan Seacrest announced on Live With Kelly And Ryan that the new version of American Idol will premiere on Sunday, March 11th 2018 from 8:00 -10:00 PM.  Sunday Night?  As in family night?   Methinks that the Disney-owned ABC network is trying to recreate the beloved Ed Sullivan show.  That […]

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Tonight On NBC:  Keep The Festive Spirit Alive With Michael Buble And Tony Bennett Featuring Billy Joel. 


Did you enjoy the America’s Got Talent Holiday Spectacular last night on NBC?   If so, NBC has you covered tonight as well when both Michael Buble and Tony Bennett herald in the festive season with their own specials.  And, there will be a special appearance by Billy Joel during Tony Bennett’s special, who will […]

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Vocal Masterclass Discussion For Season 11 Of The Voice: Blind Auditions Week Three


                                        Picture Credit:  NBC/The Voice The Voice airs on Monday, October 3rd and Tuesday, October 4th  at 8:00 PM on NBC but Tuesday’s show will  run for one hour in order to make way for the […]

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Vocal Masterclass Discussion For Season 11 Of The Voice: Premiere Week


Picture Credit:  NBC/The Voice Had enough politics?  Yes? Well get ready for these words. “This is The Voice”  Again. Whether you are ready or not  And I am barely there. Why?  I dunno.  Maybe it’s because I have seen so many outstanding singers over the course of the last few years on my TV screen who, […]

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CNN Presents The Sixties Episode Seven: The Space Race


The 7th installment of The Sixties show airs on CNN at 9:00 PM on Thursday, July 24th. This week, we gain exclusive insight into the dollars and drama surrounding the most affluent time of the Space Age – with particular emphasis on the Moon Landing in July 1969. I thoroughly remember devouring every nook and […]

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Flight MH370: Finding the Truth With Don Lemon On CNN Tonight


The disappearance of Malaysian Flight 370 on March 8th, 2014 has been addressed as one of the greatest mysteries in aviation history. But, more than that, given that we are living in an advanced technological age, where everything from a cell phone to a missing person can be readily traced, it is completely unfathomable that […]

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Vocal Masterclass Discussion For American Idol Season XIII Top 11: songs Of The Cinema


Picture Credit: AmericanIdol.Com Last week one of my favorites, Emily PIriz, was eliminated from this season’s offering of American Idol. She was scheduled to sing Pink’s version of “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” this week. I have no doubt it would have been outstanding and would have provided marked contrast with last week’s upbeat performance of […]

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Performance Masterclass Discussion For The X Factor Season One: The Top 11


Since today is my birthday, I decided to treat myself to a new name change for this weekly blog topic about The X Factor. It’s hard to know who is singing on this show or being assisted to sing. So, it just seems right and good to simply discuss the performance aspects of this competition. […]

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Vocal Masterclass Discussion For American Idol Season 10 Top 6 Results Show: The Music Of Carole King


  I am very excited for tonight’s Top 6 Results Show. Season 9 runner-up Crystal Bowersox is performing and that should get the fans excited to tune in. I am also looking forward to hearing American Idol’s Season 10 Top 7 Finalist’s Stefano Langone’s Idol, the great Bruno Mars. I love everything about him – his sound, […]

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The Secret Behind Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg’s Success.


Once in a while, the secret behind a success story comes down to good old-fashioned parenting skills. In a recent radio interview, Dr. Edward Zuckerberg, a dentist and father to Facebook Founder, Mark Zuckerberg, stated: “Probably the best thing I can say is something that my wife and I have always believed in,” he said. […]

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