First off, it’s good that Carrie Underwood is not picking up attention from modern non-sense like Twitter or Facebook. At least, she got class and not post worthless “tweets” that she will only regret later (or even apologize) to it. For all you dear fans, you can get all the updates from Carrie Underwood by simply visiting her fan club site. Just this morning, she posted that she’ll be hitting the studio for her to lay 3 more tracks for upcoming 4th studio album, making these a 9-track album! This will be produced by Mark Bright, so you better watch out! Carrie Underwood’s 4th album is set to hit the streets by Early 2012. She said that it’ll contain a few rocking songs and lots of tempo. Her team is now picking the lead single. Sounds really cool…
Carrie Underwood is only 28 years old but last year, she made a whoopping $15 million from the successful tour and a starring role in the Hollywood movie, Soul Surfer. That makes her #19 in the Forbes’ annual list of “Top-Paid Celebs Under 30″. Other celebrities were already not a surprise making it into this list: Justin Bieber, Roger Federer, Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Rihanna, and Katy Perry.
So, do you want your American Idol to sing on your birthday? Or perhaps on your wedding? These guys could be really good wedding singers, couldn’t they? As long as you’re willing to pay the booking fee, they are good to go! But how much really will it cost for an American Idol alum or champ (you choose) to sing in my birthday? Well, it depends. Carrie Underwood can sing great, so that might cost you an arm and a leg! Blake Lewis can sing too but not great so that means he might cost a little for his beat-boxing. Boo ya, let me list some of the booking fees from these people gathering a million votes! Well, I’m really dreaming Katharine McPhee to sing in my birthday but unfortunately, her fees wasn’t even mentioned on the list so maybe it all ranges from $10K like Blake Lewis, lol!
Heart is one of the phenomenal bands coming from the 80s! You can’t escape the classics like “Who Will You Run To”, and of course, “Alone” being played on the radio over and over again during that fallen Golden Era. Both coming from the album Bad Animals, people picked the song “Alone” to be engraved in their hearts. To some extent, these guys (audience and contestants alike) think that this song is so easy to sing, not unless if your singing this on a bar, then sure it is! Enter American Idol where contestants even tried further in tweaking this song just to be different to the ears of the judges. I don’t think those tweaks were necessary because no one can sing like Ann Wilson. You can try to emulate but you can’t be near as good, or you can try adding your tweaks and sound stupid later on! Here are a few videos with American Idol contestants singing ‘Alone’ during the competition.