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  • Monday, February 14, 2011

    4:30 a.m. Cupid by Amy Winehouse Valentino by Diane Birch Amor by Ben E. King 5 a.m.  True by Spandau Ballet Need You Now by Lady Antebellum Happy Valentine's Day by Outkast I Will Always Love You by Whitney Houston Let's Stay Together by Al...
  • Madison native Nicole Frechette cuts a record in Music City

    Madison native Nicole Frechette cuts a record in Music City
    Nicole Frechette was sitting on her porch in Nashville fixing lunch when the Advocate called. It's a few days before the Madison native is heading into the studio to put the finishing touches on her album, Listen Here, due out on June 4, partially paid...
  • Australian country trio The McClymonts to play free show in Hampton

    Australian country trio The McClymonts to play free show in Hampton
    Suddenly, country-singing Australians seem to have a thing for Hampton. Tonight, July 26, Keith Urban plays Hampton Coliseum. Next week, the less famous but still excellent McClymonts will perform a free show at Hampton's Peninsula Town Centre. The show...
  • X Factor Auditions, Part Two: You're Embarrassing Your Family

    X Factor Auditions, Part Two: You're Embarrassing Your Family
    Resident X Factor expert Josh Ridgway will be blogging about the US version of The X Factor on FOX this season.  You can also follow Josh on Twitter: @JoshFactor. Night two of ‘The X Factor’ featured auditions from two of my favorite cities:...
  • The X Factor Boot Camp, Part 1: Moves Like Jagger

    The X Factor Boot Camp, Part 1: Moves Like Jagger
    Automatically from the get-go this blog has me excited me to write.  Why?  Because I got to subtitle it “Moves Like Jagger,” which also happens to be one of my favorite songs right now and my current ring tone.  There’s just something...
  • Summer reading: Biographies

    All In From Refugee Camp to Poker Champ Jerry Yang with Mark Tabb Medallion: $24.95 Yang's memoir of becoming a world-class poker champion starts with his family, along with thousands of other Hmong, fleeing their Laotian homeland during the Vietnam...
  • Sam Shepard's 'Day Out of Days'

    Sam Shepard's 'Day Out of Days'
    Day Out of Days Stories Sam Shepard Alfred A. Knopf: 282 pp., $25.95 You can construct a body out of the stories, poems and inside-the-head dialogues in Sam Shepard's "Day Out of Days" -- as in that game, Exquisite Corpse. You fold up the paper and...
  • Taking Baja South

    Taking Baja South
    They arrive by land, air and sea, with visions of the good life dancing in their heads. At first, their numbers are so small as to be barely noticeable. But within a few years they may end up taking over your street, your colonia, practically your...
  • American Idol Top 36: Anne Marie Boskovich

    American Idol Top 36: Anne Marie Boskovich
    The 22-year-old California native attended Westlake Village's Oaks Christian School and is now Nashville-based. She cites Patsy Cline as a big influence and says she listens to a lot of country and pop music. Another country star the young brunette...
  • Tuesday's TV Highlights: Shania Twain on 'American Idol'

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Jan 17 - 23, in PDF format This week's TV Movies SERIES Shatner's Raw Nerve: Jason Alexander sits down with William Shatner (7 p.m. Biography). American Idol: Auditions continue in......
  • Dolly Parton loves her '9 to 5' gig

    Dolly Parton loves her '9 to 5' gig
    Dolly Parton is at her most delightful when she's laughing at her own jokes. Perched on a leather chair in the den of producer Bob Greenblatt's gorgeous Craftsman home in the Hollywood Hills on a mild September day, the 62-year-old country music queen...
  • 'Idol' Chicago auditions: slim pickings

     
    It was slim pickings in Chicago -- only 13 contestants went through to Hollywood, most of them girls -- and for once, it was Ryan Seacrest who looked bored. Even fainting spells (Amy Lang, pictured) and crying fits couldn't amp up the energy on this...