One thing which Americans won’t see this next cycle is the American Song Contest, which was announced to be canceled. This doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t remember it, though. What will you miss about this contest?
The first American iteration of the Eurovision Song Contest is in full swing. Here are some ways the show can come back stronger than ever.
The American Song Contest is the official adaptation of Eurovision for the United States and airs on NBC. Two of America’s most beloved musicians serve as its hosts: Californian rap icon Snoop Dogg & American Idol’s first winner and multi-platinum singer Kelly Clarkson. For the last several weeks, this new format has been gracing televisionContinue reading “American Song Contest – A Viewership Analysis”
Georgia is known for its Southern culture, and Stela both encapsulates its charm and its finger on the pulse of music. With her blend of hip-hop and doo-wop, she’s determined to make her state proud, doing it herself with “DIY”. Could she bring on the noise?
Special effects, choreography and female empowerment are just a few hints at what Brooke Alexx is going to deliver on the American Song Contest stage. Singer-songwriter Brooke Alexx will be representing New Jersey but currently calls Nashville home. This self proclaimed, “pop starlet meets girl-next-door,” cites Taylor Swift as a major influence and that inspirationContinue reading “Brooke Alexx is bringing female empowerment to the American Song Contest”
Kansas is usually known for its cornfields and tornadoes, but Broderick Hall wants to prove that there’s more through his R&B-pop mix.
When I found out I had the opportunity to chat with Jordan Smith, The Voice season 9 winner, I was excited. After catching up with some of his latest music, I realized that what he possesses might just be THE Voice. The delicate clarity of his vocal paired with the dynamic ability to perform majorContinue reading “From The Voice to the American Song Contest: Meet Jordan Smith from Kentucky”