There hasn’t been a whole lot of Orioles Magic at Camden Yards this season. New Windsor's Nick Nauman, a student at Carroll Springs School with severe developmental disabilities, provided some Thursday night, when he sang a rousing rendition of the National Anthem.
Joe Maye, the Randallstown singer and contestant on NBC¿s show "The Voice," was defeated by fellow ¿Team Christina¿ member Kata Hay on Monday night in what was deemed one of the ¿most epic¿ knockout rounds of the season thus far. But it¿s not the end of the road for the Randallstown native.
Randallstown singer Joe Maye, best known as the contestant on NBC¿s singing reality TV show ¿The Voice,¿ that wowed and then dueted with judge and singer Christina Aguilera during this season's blind auditions, has made it to another round, beating out his counterpart and teammate Ayanna Jahneé in a singing battle last night.
This week 14 years ago, Dennis Tito returned to Earth after an eight-day visit to the International Space Station, Pope John Paul II became the first pontiff to visit a mosque, "The Mummy Returns" topped the box office and the following songs were the most popular in the U.S., according to Billboard's Hot 100 chart archive.
Liz, 25, a Reservoir High grad, took the plunge a while back and moved to Hollywood to pursue her dream of being in show business. During our talk, she was blunt about her travails. "The hardest part about breaking in has been not having many, if any, connections," conceded the former North Laurel resident who double majored in theater acting track and mass communications and public relations at Towson University. "The saying, `it's not what you know, it's who you know, holds true. There is a
Fresh off an Emmy win, Season 1's winner Adam Levine, three-time "The Voice" champion Blake Shelton, CeeLo Green and Christina Aguilera were ready to pick lucky contestants to join their teams in night one of the blind audition round.
A few years ago, the History Channel was best known to some as a punch line on HBO¿s ¿The Sopranos.¿ Remember mobster Tony Soprano sitting alone late at night in his New Jersey McMansion eating ice cream and watching World War II documentaries about Adolph Hitler and Winston Churchill?
We're about half done with the battle rounds on NBC's "The Voice," and coaches have been making some tough decisions in whittling down their teams. But for every few cuts they make, an addition happens with a steal.
Teams are nearly half-full on NBC's "The Voice," which can only mean there's at least a solid week left of blind auditions. Good thing the blinds are so fun, but that doesn't mean there's not a healthy dose of heartbreak thrown in.