It’s the Same Old Song

“This will be a night that will go down in pop culture history”, says a breathless Ryan Seacrest. Actually, no. After 19 blog posts and an unnecessarily long and dull three-hour Finale, this night went down exactly as we all knew it would right from the very first audition: with a White Guy With Guitar... Continue Reading →

Idolists on the Charts

Having the Idolists record and release original music seems to be a good idea. As of this writing, here is where they are on the iTunes Top Songs Chart: All Categories (with other charts noted, if applicable) #1 Chayce (also #1 Country)[1]#13 Casey#14 Grace (also #5 Pop)#31 Willie (also #3 R&B)[2]#121 Hunter Metts 20,000 Kisses... Continue Reading →

Activate Pain and Outrage

Like the cicadas coming soon to my habitat, I have been anxiously waiting for Idol Pain and Outrage. It arrived tonight. I’m sorry. I just cannot make sense out of this. I was emotionally preparing myself for Willie to be sent home. Chayce, of course, was a lock with his White Guy With Guitar Status.... Continue Reading →

Idolists Record Records

In an exciting Idol development, the remaining Idolists went into the recording studio to work with big-name producers on original songs and make recordings for release to the streaming services. They’ll perform those songs on Sunday and of course, I will be reviewing the Idolists’ live performances of them. But I’ve already listened to the recordings and... Continue Reading →

And Then There Were Five

Pain and outrage delayed for another week. As happy as I was to hear My Girl Casey’s name as being the first of the Final Five, I am just as shocked not to hear Hunter Mett’s who I was sure was going to win. Well, I became a lot less sure of that when Katy... Continue Reading →

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