Last summer, 19-year old Trevor Pozoulakis first auditioned for the NBC television show "The Voice" in New York. While the Howard Community College student didn't make the final cut with his rendition of "Sunday Morning" by Maroon 5, the aspiring singer has been invited to try out again.
Morton, 42, never made it on stage at Toby's, but he's done OK for himself. The Columbia native and graduate of Berklee College of Music has toured with Paul Stanley of the band KISS, was the regular drummer for Cher during a stint in Las Vegas and played with Madonna at the 2002 Grammy Awards.
The Cal Ripken Major 70 12-year-old World Championship, which returns to Aberdeen this weekend, had its beginnings 14 years ago, half a country away and under a different set of rules than what players and fans will experience in the 2013 renewal of what has become a Harford County institution.
The biggest thing to hit NBC's "The Voice" tonight was Baltimore's Nelly's Echo, a Nigerian refugee who wowed the judges with his rendition of Bill Wither's "Ain't No Sunshine," and who found a place on Christina Aguilera's team.
The fate of Laurel native Moses Stone on NBC's talent show "The Voice" rested in the hands of his coach Christina Aguilera Tuesday, April 3, after the audience vote the night before failed to secure his eligibility in the first night of live performances this season.Moses Stone, 'The Voice'