Earlier today Windup Records recording artist and American Idol season 10 alum, James Durbin, made an appearance at Santana Row in San Jose, CA.
After doing a meet-n-greet with fans, James performed a stripped down set of songs from his debut album, Memories of a Beautiful Disaster for the crowd.
Set list: “Stand Up,” “Right Behind You,” “Love Me Bad,” “Screaming,” and “Love in Ruins.”
Check out video of James’ performance below!
Two more videos after the cut! Continue reading VIDEO: James Durbin Performing Live at Santana Row
I guess it’s time to embrace the Christmas spirit here at Wait…WHAT?…and what better way to do so than with a brand new music video from two American Idol season 10 favorites, Haley Reinhart and Casey Abrams! The pair teamed up for a duet of the holiday classic, “Baby, It’s Cold Outside.”
Check out their cute as a button music video below!
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Over the weekend, Tim Halperin revealed that he would be releasing four new music videos to coincide with the tracks on his Acoustic Sessions EP.
Tim talked with me a few months back about how he went about choosing which songs to highlight on this particular EP.
“We had a cellist for the acoustic sessions, so we thought about the songs that might go well with a cello. Definitely “Where I’m Going,” “Memories on the Ground,” and “The Last Song,” of course were the ones that would be best for that. The ones on the EP are more of the slower tracks that are going to be on the full-length CD. A lot of the ones that you haven’t heard yet are songs that are more pop, even more OneRepublic style, that kind of stuff. I think it turned out really cool.”
The music video for “The Last Song” is the first of the four videos to be unveiled. The track was produced by Jordan Critz. The video was shot and edited by Chris Wiegand.
Check out the new acoustic live performance music video for “The Last Song” below!
Tim Halperin’s Acoustic Sessions EP is available now on iTunes and Amazon.com!
For more information on Tim Halperin, check out his official website.
I know sometimes when it comes to new artists people can be hesitant about buying an entire album before hearing it, myself included. However, when awesome artists, like Tim Halperin, stream their new album for all to listen to, I think it’s more than worth it to check it out!
Take a listen to Tim’s debut album, Rise and Fall, below!
Aaaand if you’re diggin’ what you hear on Rise and Fall, I encourage you to head over to iTunes and pick up a digital copy!
If you happen to want my two cents on Tim’s album, check out my review!
For more information on Tim Halperin: Website/Facebook/Twitter/Tumblr
Lots of news coming from the season 10 Idols this week!
First up, Scotty McCreery and Lauren Alaina’s debut albums hold strong on the charts again this week.
According to Hits Daily Double, Scotty’s album is up one spot to number three, selling 54,875 copies of Clear As Day. Lauren’s album, Wildflower, lands at number 10 this week, selling 25,985 copies. Not too shabby!
And in case you missed it, Scotty released the music video for his current single, “The Trouble With Girls.”
Tune into the Today Show on NBC bright and early this Friday, October 28 to catch Tim Halperin in a segment highlighting TCU’s “Frogs For the Cure,” as well as the singer’s ongoing involvement with Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Continue reading Idol Season 10 News Round-Up
American Idol season 10 winner Scotty McCreery debuted the music video for “The Trouble With Girls” on VEVO earlier today. The song is the second single off the singer’s debut album, Clear As Day.
Check out the video below!
Okay, the video is adorable. I love that it was shot in Scotty’s hometown; it’s those little touches that make it all the more enjoyable.
What do y’all think of Scotty’s video for “The Trouble With Girls”?
This past May, Scotty McCreery was announced the winner of American Idol season 10 and five months later, the now 18-year-old singer has released his debut album, Clear As Day. McCreery worked on the album this past summer while headlining the American Idols Live! tour, which took him all over the U.S., Canada, and the Philippines.
Clear As Day producer Mark Bright had nothing but praise for the singer. “His voice is shockingly great,” he said in a press release. “Everybody knows Scotty has a deep voice, but what a lot of people don’t know is that he has a pretty high range. His listeners will get to hear the nuances, emotions, and actual range of his voice.”
Clear As Day
kicks off with “Out of Summertime,” which was originally slated to be McCreery’s Idol
coronation single. It’s a sweet, uptempo number in which the singer looks back on a summer love. Truth be told, I think it would have made an excellent follow-up single to McCreery’s first one, “I Love You This Big.” Nevertheless, McCreery’s second single, “The Trouble With Girls,” is quite charming. His voice combined with the song’s lyrics (“They smile that smile, they bat those eyes, they steal you with hello, they kill you with goodbye”) have the ability to make any girl swoon. Continue reading Music Review >> Scotty McCreery – ‘Clear As Day’