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MICHAEL ORLAND is currently the Pianist, Arranger and Associate Musical Director for the hit FOX-TV series AMERICAN IDOL. We “discovered” Michael behind the scenes when Adam thanked him after his striking and memorable performance of “If I Can’t Have You” on the Top 7 episode.
Year after year, Michael has mentored and worked with the winners! Arranging their music is only part of what he does and this year what a wonderful outcome for us – a bevy of top-notch female singers who entertained us week after week. Sometimes we were moved to tears, others we were on our feet dancing.
We’ll play some of the winner songs and favourites of the top four stars! Join us to chat with Michael about his experiences working on AI this year.
Who is MissLadybug? Check out her YouTube Video…
Airika is sure to dazzle a stage with music full of class that takes whimsical flight and leaves it’s listeners with pure delight. Whether it’s through raw vulnerability, Cartoon-esque personas, or Fearlessly brave lyrical flair, Airika’s unique musicality soars through whatever genre she puts her eclectic mind to. Her Soulful, spirited piano playing, brings intense, dynamic sensibility, leaving room to unveil her piercingly clear, resonant vocals. Honesty and compassion fuel her unguarded and vulnerable lyrics, with a deliverable message of faith as an uplifting instrumental literature of hope. *This charming, vivacious gal will warm your heart with a glimmer of hope and a sense of adventure in courageous proportions!*
MissLadybug has opened and sang with Grammy Award winning artist, Imogen Heap.
She won the singer/songwriter contest at the 2010 Coachella Festival
Airika was in the top 80 contestants for American Idol -Season 6.
She opened for members of the original, "Oingo Boingo".
And she has been played on numerous radio stations around the country and in Canada.
OMG !! Candice Glover outshines all on Wednesday's American Idol. Is she too good to win?
Alyce LaViolette Psychotherapist for defense side..for Arias..is inept and appears to be definately bias for Arias. LaViolette says Arias was OK to shoot Alexander in head, stab him 29 times and almost cut his head off,,,as - I feel- he was trying to get to phone to call 911 for help.
Today on the Brian The Hammer Show:
-American Idol being sued? Brian will try reaching the lawyer responsible for the lawsuit by phone today
-Edward Snowden's application for asylum in Russia has been approved, 1 year of asylum granted
-CNN interviews suspect in Benghazi attack before FBI could find him - How is that possible?
-Unarmed Man shot in his own driveway by Deputies who claim he lunged at them
-George Zimmerman pulled over for speeding through Texas and guess what? He was armed!
-Chris Christie "Too Busy" with re-election to accept Rand Paul's offer to "Kiss and Make Up" over a beer
-Entertainment News and Celebrity Gossip with co-host Carrie Brooks
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NWP welcomes American Idol, First Runner-Up BLAKE LEWIS
Anyone who tuned in to season six of American Idol knew to expect the unexpected of Blake Lewis. The Washington native, who admitted he hadn’t watched a single episode before auditioning in Seattle, arrived in Hollywood without a hint of a plan, other than to be himself. Yet through talent, instinct, creativity and unapologetic brashness, Blake managed to make it all the way to the finale as the first runner-up to Jordin Sparks, each week showcasing a different side to his endlessly eclectic musical identity. His performance of “You Give Love A Bad Name” currently has nearly 3 million YouTube views, and is considered one of the most popular performances in American Idol’s history. Two years later, the beatboxing extraordinaire released a fully realized follow-up to his 2007 debut, Audio Day Dream, which sold more than 350,000 copies. Heartbreak on Vinyl, Blake’s first album for groundbreaking label Tommy Boy, blends his intrinsic pop sensibility with a love of electronic and dance music, which began taking shape long before he hit the Idol stage. “This is me trying to bridge the gap and make a record that I’m truly proud of,” he says. “I’ve got my 80s side and my indie side, my super pop slant and the electronic music that I love. I wanted to make happy, feel-good music.”
Tonight we are thrilled to welcome as our guest the silken-voiced Anoop Desai, whose soulful swagger, keen intelligence and exotic good looks endeared him to millions during the legendary Season 8 of American Idol. The first several years coming off of American Idol are a very challenging time. We avid "Idol watchers" have a sense of how hard it must be to go from a singing competition to having to produce a hit song under pressure by a pretty unforgiving industry, without any time at all to make the transition to being an independent artist. After an extremely tough three years, Anoop has emerged stronger, with a new EP "3 Cheers", which he feels truly expresses who he is, in the musical style where he feels most at home. Undoubtedly he will share insights relevant to others from "the class of Season 8." We have a feeling this is going to be a great one, so don't miss it!!
Check out Anoop Desai's music at http://www.anoopdesai.com
Welcome To An Author Speaks! Welcome to Our "American Idol Poetry Show" We are excited to bring into our Studio, our Top (5) Finalist of the American Idol Poetry Show This Friday, Oct.12th at 5:00 p.m. (PST) The names of our Top (5) Finalist are: Magenta Black, Nisha Bowen, Vulyncia Poxindexter, Toni Ho
On this week's show, we've got American Idol season 12 contestant Paul Jolley, who made it all the way to the top 10, and landed a coveted spot on the Idol tour! We'll get the inside scoop on America's number one show.
We also begin gearing up for CMA Music Festival next week! We may be "underground," but there's no missing Nashville's biggest event!
Peace, Love, & Global Harmony..
Aiscei Babei returns to “ESpiritE-Radio7” to share her latest release in 2013 in memory of Trayvon Martin.
On her previous visit with us she shared singles such as: “Bevaldre”, “Can We Be Alone”, and “Fiend Ft Kl Eazy - 2Sense”.
Some of you may recall Ai’scei from American Idol Season 4 - Alternative Hip Hop Indie Artist. Ai'scei is more than an Alternative Hip Hop and R&B artists, she's a producer, has her own record label "CEO OF GOLD'N BABEI MUSIK "
Ai'scei is also taking St. Louis by storm at the "Venue" on Tuesday's nights giving new artists an opportunity to perform. Artists like "Kayo STL" who has appeared on "ESpiritE-Radio7 last month, with his hit single "How Low Can U Go". "Kayo STL. This is an example of Ai'scei's dedication to music, represents a force to be recognized. Her biggest influence was her mother, the talent, the inspiration behind Ai'scei. So, spread the word Ai'scei is on deck... Ai’scei as an artist has hits like “Feel Like Dis” Vibe Beatz or “Little Secret” Vibe Beatz alternative at it’s best, we’ll clearly be hearing great things from her. Ai’scei is a hard working business woman. Ai'scei brings a new voice to the music industry. So, sit back relax have a cup of coffee, tea, or a glass of wine and enjoy. Good conversation & music with Ai'scei BaBei...
We have watched them perform...now lets hear their stories! Join us as Lizzy chats with Kevin Quinn & Zachary Birnbaum about their journey's on American Idol! Though their path's have taken different directions...their journey's have just begun. Kevin Quinn's Facebook Page Zachary Birnbaum's Facebook Page We will not be taking callers during this interview but you can send us your questions to ask on air! Tweet your questions to www.twitter.com/dreamersradio using