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  • X Factor Auditions, Part Three: The Good Girls Go Bad

    X Factor Auditions, Part Three: The Good Girls Go Bad
     Night three of ‘The X Factor’ auditions promised more great singers.  Would this be the case?  I wasn’t so sure from the top of the show.  I found it incredibly hard to believe host Steve Jones would ride shotgun across the country...
  • 'X Factor': The good, the bad and the weird

    'X Factor': The good, the bad and the weird
    I really didn't think that Fox's "X Factor" could find more interesting people than it did the first week, but then I watched Wednesday's episode. It definitely gets better with time. It's the second week of auditions, this time in Chicago and Seattle....
  • Introducing: The Royalty

    Introducing: The Royalty
    Nicole Boudreau stares intently into the camera, lip-synching along with a booming recording of herself as the name of her band glitters in bright lights behind her. This music video for the Royalty’s addictive song “Bartender” isn&...
  • Singer Etta James Dies at 73: Reaction from around the web

    Singer Etta James Dies at 73: Reaction from around the web
    Sad day in the music world. Etta James had been battling leukemia. Her manager has confirmed to multiple outlets that she has died. James was 73. Most know James for her legendary hit "At Last"..... But that was just a taste of the singer's...
  • 21st century blues -- can an ancestral art form survive?

    21st century blues -- can an ancestral art form survive?
    You can't find the blues on radio very easily these days, unless you hunt low down on the dial in the small hours of the morning. Same with TV -- a vast wasteland, as far as real blues is concerned. Record stores -- remember those? -- no longer can...