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Apr022013

New Digital Led Zeppelin Book Features Dozens of Previously Unseen Photographs

Warner MusicA new digital book focusing on Led Zeppelin and featuring dozens of rare photos of the rock legends will be released via Apple's iBookstore on April 15.  Led Zeppelin: Sound and Fury was written by renowned photographer Neal Preston, who had unprecedented access to the band during the mid-to-late 1970s.

The book, which is viewable on the iPad, boasts hundreds of pictures, including more than 100 previously unseen images.  Among the photos features are shots of the band members in concert, backstage, at press conferences and movie premieres, on their private planes and at parties.  Sound and Fury also contains memorabilia, concert set lists, video and text interviews with various Led Zeppelin associates and audio commentary from Preston himself.  In addition, Stevie Nicks contributed an introduction to the eBook.

Led Zeppelin: Sound and Fury costs $9.99 and is available for pre-order now.

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Tuesday
Apr022013

Cher's Mom Inspires Lifetime Documentary

LifetimeShe's been tweeting about it for a while, but now all the details have been revealed about a movie project on which Cher has been working.  Just in time for Mother's Day, Cher's mom, Georgia Holt, will be the subject of an hour-long documentary airing May 6 on Lifetime.

The doc, Dear Mom, Love Cher, tells Holt's story, from her childhood in rural Arkansas through her six marriages, her own career as an actress and singer and the years she spent helping her daughter become a star.  It's built around interviews with Holt, Cher, Cher's sister Georganne and Cher's kids Chaz Bono and Elijah Blue Allman

In addition to "unprecedented access" to Cher's family, the documentary also features a never-before-heard duet that the Oscar-winning singer and her mom recorded more than 30 years ago.  The recording has been restored, and will be released later this year.

In a statement, Cher says, "This project started as a gift for my mom’s 86th birthday...So I went BIG (I'm known in the family for doing that)."

She adds, "My sister and I are proud of our mom and we want to share her with the world.  My mom is EXACTLY like Rocky.  She NEVER gives up!"

Dear Mom, Love Cher airs Monday, May 6 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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Tuesday
Apr022013

Common's "LUV" Movie Released on DVD Tuesday

LuvTheFilm.comLUV, the coming-of-age tale starring Common, is available Tuesday on DVD.  Directed by Sheldon Candis, the film stars Common as Vincent, an ex-convict who spends a day with his 11-year-old nephew that changes both their lives forever. 

It all starts when Vincent decides that instead of taking his nephew Woody to school, he'll give the boy a crash course in what it means to be a man.  Their outing takes a dangerous turn, though, throwing both characters back into the violent world that Vincent had tried to leave behind.

LUV also features Danny Glover, Dennis Haysbert and Charles S. Dutton, along with Michael Rainey Jr. in the role of Woody, the nephew.

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Tuesday
Apr022013

Battle over En Vogue Name Comes to an End

Facebook.com/EnVogueThe last time the original members of En Vogue appeared together on a single was in 1996, when the group's biggest hit "Don't Let Go (Love)" was released.  Nearly 20 years later, though, the former foursome has been -- up until recently -- wrangling over who has the legal right to use the En Vogue name, and now a judge has finally decided.

That's according to TMZ, which reports that Cindy Herron and Terry Ellis have exclusive rights to the moniker.  The pair owns the company that holds the group's name, according to TMZ.  And in 2012, Cindy and Terry sued their former group mates Maxine Jones and Dawn Robinson, claiming that the pair were illegally touring under the En Vogue name.

Cindy and Terry had been seeking more than $1 million in damages, according to TMZ, but the judge ruled that they failed to prove damages.  No money was awarded.

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Tuesday
Apr022013

NKOTB Return with "10," First Album in Five Years

Facebook.com/NewKidsontheBlockNew Kids on the Block have a new "package" for their fans.  Following the announcement of their summer Package Tour, featuring Boyz II Men and 98 Degrees, the group is releasing 10, their first album of new material in five years, on Tuesday.

While NKOTB has so many hits that they could take to the road without any fresh material, group member Danny Wood says they held some "town meetings" with their fans, and the fans demanded a new album.

"That's the first thing they wanted was new music," Danny tells ABC News Radio. "And we had been feeling like, 'It's gonna be five years [since] the last record,' and if we're gonna continue to do it, you want it to stay fresh."

He adds, "We were all kind of jonesing to get back in the studio.  The fans wanted it and we put it together really, really fast." 

Because the project was turned around so quickly, the group members themselves didn't do much writing for the project; instead, Danny says their criteria for finding songs was to "get back to a more pop [sound], like our roots, like the Hangin' Tough album and Step by Step album: just more really good, well-written pop songs."

As for why the album is called 10 -- since it's not NKOTB's tenth album -- well, that's a technicality.

"It is our tenth U.S. release," Danny explains, including all their studio albums, plus "the remix album we had back in the day, the first greatest hits that was released, then we released another greatest [hits]."  He notes, "We're not saying it's our tenth album 'cause it's not.  It's our tenth release in the U.S."

So, when fans head out to see New Kids on the Package Tour, will they be hearing a good chunk of the new album?  Maybe, says Danny.

"It's all very tentative," he tells ABC News Radio.  "We have a few that we're thinking about but we're not gonna overdo it because there are so many other songs that people wanna hear.  But we're gonna give people enough of the new album so they're happy with that, too."

Before The Package Tour kicks off at the end of May, NKOTB will be hanging with their fans in more intimate surroundings: on their annual fan cruise, which gets underway May 18 in Miami and travels to Nassau and Half Moon Cay on the Carnival Victory.  Danny and band mate Donnie Wahlberg have teamed up to raffle off a cruise package for one lucky fan and a guest, with all proceeds going to the Komen Foundation for breast cancer research.  Visit the group's website to bid.

"I lost my mother in 1999 to breast cancer and we're almost past the million dollar mark with the proceeds we've raised over the past five years," he tells ABC News Radio. "So, it's a very personal thing for me." 

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Tuesday
Apr022013

Country Star Trivia

Comstock/ThinkstockWhat is the last name of the two brothers, Tom and Mike,  in Gloriana? ANSWER: Gossin.

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Tuesday
Apr022013

Carrie Underwood Excited and Nervous About ACM Awards Nominations

Arista NashvilleCarrie Underwood is a two-time Entertainer of the Year winner at the ACM Awards, and her 2005 debut release, Some Hearts, was named Album of the Year at the 2006 ACM Awards.  She's nominated for that trophy again this year with her latest album, Blown Away, and Carrie says that nod means the world to her.

"It's kind of the culmination of everything that -- all the writing, all the recording, even touring, I feel like," Carrie explains. "'Cause people get excited about it and people wanna go see it.  It kind of all goes into album.  If there's not buzz around it.  Yeah, it's everything."

She adds, "I'm going to be really nervous when that category comes up for sure."

Carrie is set to perform on the 48th Annual ACM Awards Sunday night on CBS.  She's also nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year, a category she's taken twice.  The show gets started at 8 p.m. Eastern.

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Tuesday
Apr022013

Alter Bridge Working on “Heavy” and “Cerebral” Tracks for Upcoming Album

Facebook.com/AlterBridgeIt appears that the songwriting process is going well for Alter Bridge’s fourth studio album.  On Saturday, bassist Brian Marshall revealed via Twitter that the group has already created a number of songs for the upcoming release.

Marshall tweeted, “AB is about 8 songs deep in writing! There's some pretty heavy, cerebral stuff going on and it sounds awesome." While an official release date for the new album has yet to be announced, it's expected sometime later this year.

In other AB news, the band will release a new box set on May 14. There are no details yet about the upcoming package, but a 19-second video teaser hints that it will include the band’s three studio albums -- 2004’s One Day Remains, 2007’s Blackbird and 2010’s AB III -- as well as 2012’s Live at Wembley CD/DVD.

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Tuesday
Apr022013

Kenny Chesney Launches Sweepstakes Giving Away Concert Tickets to Lucky College Students

Sony Music Nashville/Blue ChairKenny Chesney's music has always connected with college students, so it's a no-brainer for him to team up with Flashnotes.com, the leading marketplace for student generated supplement course materials, for a new sweepstakes.

Through Flashnotes' Rep Ambassador Program, the company is launching a contest to give away 10 pairs of tickets to Kenny's shows in Columbia, SC; Landover, MD and Atlanta, GA.  Anyone can register for the contest at Flashnotes.com.

Kenny loved going to concerts as a college student in East Tennessee, and he says, "This is a way to team with a site that helps people expand their studies, and kinda rewards them for making that extra effort to learn.”     

Kenny is on the road with his No Shoes Nation tour all summer long, and you can keep up with his tour dates at KennyChesney.com.

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Tuesday
Apr022013

Flavor Flav's Fiancée Hospitalized After Painkiller Overdose?

Photo by Caitlin Mogridge/RedfernsThe fiancée of rapper and reality TV star Flavor Flav reportedly overdosed on painkillers and was taken to an undisclosed hospital on Monday.

TMZ.com reports Liz Trujillo was hospitalized after it was apparent that she accidentally "took too many pills."

A rep for Flav insists it was not an overdose, telling TMZ that Trujillo was suffering from exhaustion. The rep says, "The claim of an overdose, or any involvement of drugs, could not be further from the truth."

Flavor Flav and the 39-year-old Trujillo are currently taping the upcoming season of VH1's Couples Therapy.

Last October, Flav, whose birth name is William Drayton, Jr., was arrested in Las Vegas after being accused of throwing Trujillo to the floor and chasing her teenage son with a knife.

Trujillo is the mother of the youngest of Flav's seven children.

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Tuesday
Apr022013

ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons Says Reuniting with Moving Sidewalks Has Been an "Unanticipated Delight"

Photo: Sandrine LeeZZ Top frontman Billy Gibbons reunited with his old psychedelic-blues group The Moving Sidewalks on Saturday in New York City to perform for the first time in nearly 44 years.  The show, which took place at B.B. King Blues Bar & Grill, featured the quartet playing a healthy helping of tunes from the group's recently released compilation, The Moving Sidewalks: The Complete Collection, as well as a few select cover tunes.

The Sidewalks' set included such gems as their early singles "99th Floor" and "Need Me"; several songs from the group's lone studio album, 1969's Flash; and a trio of tunes from the band's biggest influence, Jimi Hendrix -- "Foxy Lady," "Red House" and "If 6 Was 9."  Gibbons and company brought things to a close with their "Fab Four-meets-Hendrix" rendition of The Beatles' "I Want to Hold Your Hand."  Those curious about how The Sidewalks sounded on Saturday can check out a bevy of fan-shot footage that's made its way online.

Speaking the day before the show with ABC News Radio, Gibbons admitted that he was pleasantly surprised at how easily things came together once he and his old band mates began rehearsing again.

"One would think that there would be kind of a challenging hill to climb…scraping away the dust and rust, but the guys can play, and have continued to play all along," the singer/guitarist explained.  "It was an unanticipated delight."

Gibbons revealed that the inspiration for the band to reunite was the release of The Complete Collection, which was put together with much input from Grammy-winning compilation producer James Austin.

"It's really the pivotal point that started the brush fire," noted Gibbons.  "And slowly all the original members did a little brainstorming, and once we agreed to get it back together, it was smooth sailing."

With one show under their belt, The Moving Sidewalks just have one more concert officially lined up -- an April 28 appearance at the Austin Psych Fest in Austin, Texas.  However, Gibbons confirmed to ABC News Radio that between now and then, the group will hit the studio and try to record some brand-new material.

He pointed out that the band was inspired to work on new tunes by some "friends and fans and followers that said, 'Moving Sidewalks, this is great.  I remember seeing you.  I had the record, but we want more."

As for the possibility of The Moving Sidewalks scheduling additional shows down the road, Gibbons said that may depend on "the outcome of another recording session."  He added that coming up with new music "really adds legitimacy to the whole outfit.  And, in that way, you're committing to a form of repetition, that which kind of goes away for a live show."

Meanwhile, ZZ Top still has a very busy spring and summer ahead of it.  The trio kicks off a new U.S. tour leg on May 2 in Newkirk, Oklahoma.

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Tuesday
Apr022013

Beyoncé Covering Amy Winehouse for "Great Gatsby" Soundtrack

PR NewswireBeyoncé is lending her talents to the soundtrack to the upcoming film The Great Gatsby

According to E! News, Bey is collaborating with Andre 3000 of Outkast on a cover of the song "Back to Black" by the late Amy Winehouse.  A source says, "It's a very different take on 'Back to Black.'"

Beyoncé and Andre 3000 previously worked together on her 2011 song "Party."

Her involvement in the Great Gatsby soundtrack shouldn't come as a surprise, since her husband, Jay-Z, is producing the album.

The Great Gatsby movie, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire and Carey Mulligan, hits theaters on May 10.

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Tuesday
Apr022013

Jill Scott on Parenting: "No Matter What I Do, I'll Never Be a Man"

Photo courtesy of EbonyJill Scott and a very special guy -- her 3-year-son, Jett -- cover the May issue of Ebony magazine.  The photo shoot is Jill's first-ever that features her alongside her little boy, and it arrives just in time for Mother's Day.

Inside the magazine the Grammy Award-winning singer and mommy talks about parenting Jett, revealing that it's sometimes "challenging" to raise him as a single mom.  "No matter what I do, I'll never be a man. Ever," Jill tells Ebony.  "I can show Jett how to be a thinker, how to enjoy music or how to feel, and to conquer.  But I cannot show him how to be a man."

Jill also talks about her own mother in the interview, revealing her mom's wisdom about being sexy.  "The way I think and the way I pray, I believe, are very sexy," Jill says.  "I've never been the girl with too few clothes on.  My mother told... 'It’s what you don't do that makes you sexy more so than what you do.'"

The May issue of Ebony arrives on newsstands April 16.

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Tuesday
Apr022013

Robin Thicke, Nearly Nude Models Get Booted from YouTube

Facebook.com/RobinThickeIf you're trying to see the "unrated" version of Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" video, then you'll have to look for it somewhere other than on YouTube.  The clip, which features topless models strutting around in flesh-colored thongs, has been removed from the website for violation of its terms of service.

In a tweet, Robin explains that the visual was "too hot" for YouTube, but it's still available for viewing on Vevo.  Like the original video, the racier "Blurred Lines" clip shows Robin, Pharrell Williams and T.I. sharing the set with a handful of models.  One woman plays banjo, another pedals a bike -- all in the almost-nude.

"Why they trying to ban good s**t?" tweeted Pharrell, who produced Robin's latest song.

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Tuesday
Apr022013

Cher's Mom Inspires Lifetime Documentary

LifetimeShe's been tweeting about it for a while, but now all the details have been revealed about a movie project Cher has been working on.  Just in time for Mother's Day, Cher's mom, Georgia Holt, will be the subject of an hour-long documentary airing on Lifetime May 6.

The doc, Dear Mom, Love Cher, tells Holt's story, from her childhood in rural Arkansas through her six marriages, her own career as an actress and singer and the years she spent helping Cher become a star.  It's built around interviews with Holt, Cher, Cher's sister Georganne and Cher's kids Chaz Bono and Elijah Blue Allman

In addition to "unprecedented access" to Cher's family, the documentary also features a never-before-heard duet that the Oscar-winning singer and her mom recorded more than 30 years ago.  The recording has been restored, and will be released later this year.

In a statement, Cher says, "This project started as a gift for my mom’s 86th birthday...So I went BIG (I’m known in the family for doing that).”

She adds, "My sister and I are proud of our mom and we want to share her with the world.  My mom is EXACTLY like Rocky.  She NEVER gives up!"

Dear Mom, Love Cher airs Monday, May 6 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Lifetime.

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Tuesday
Apr022013

Nashville Notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockVince Gill, James Taylor, Sheryl Crow and Eric Paslay are among the artists joining Amy Grant on her new album, How Mercy Looks from Here, due out May 14.

Jewel has signed on to deliver this year's ACM Lifting Lives moment on this Sunday night's ACM Awards. Look for Jewel to perform her song, "Hands," as well as a new song, "Fill a Heart," in an effort to bring attention to ConAgra's Child Hunger Ends Here campaign.

Look for Gloriana to perform their latest single, "Can't Shake You," on NBC's Tonight Show with Jay Leno Friday night.

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Tuesday
Apr022013

The Band Perry Updates Their "Modern Throwback" Sound with "Pioneer," in Stores Today

Republic NashvilleThe Band Perry's sophomore album, Pioneer, is now in stores.  The sibling trio is out to expand people's perception of that word, "pioneer," beyond covered wagons and bonnets.  That's why they're dressed in cutting edge clothes on the cover, and you might also notice they're leaning forward in that cover photo too.

The group's Neil Perry tells ABC News Radio, "There's so much to be discovered still.  And if you look at the cover as well, we're kind of leaning forward.  So, we wanted to point out that there's a forward motion with The Band Perry.  We're marching on."

That pioneering spirit showed up in the musical choices The Band Perry made on the album too.  Lead singer Kimberly Perry describes their style as "modern throwback," and the acoustic sound that marked hits like "You Lie" and "If I Die Young" is still represented on Pioneer.  But some tracks push the envelope a little more, incorporating the Perrys' shared love for rock and roll.  One track, "Forever Mine Nevermind," features Brad Paisley on guitar as well as high harmonies from the Perry boys inspired by the rock group Queen.

"This very modern output of music from us probably also has the most amount of teeth of anything that we've had," Kimberly says of their new musical direction.  "Most aggression.  Multiple electric guitars.  Some very bold musical moments."

Finding that new direction wasn't easy for The Band Perry, and they had a lot of questions about where to go next after scoring a huge hit with "If I Die Young."  They address that early confusion with the title track, "Pioneer."

Speaking of that track, Reid Perry explains, "It asks, 'Where are we going?  What will become of us?'  It in itself is a question, and the question we were asking, and we didn't have a lot of the answers.  Only that there was this unknown that we were marching into, but that we just had to put one foot in front of the other.  So, that, for us, is what Pioneer is."

Pioneer has already produced another #1 hit for The Band Perry with "Better Dig Two."  The video for the second single, "DONE.," hits Vevo Tuesday.  Look for The Band Perry to talk about their new album on ABC's Nightline Tuesday night.

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Tuesday
Apr022013

Garbage Looking to Release Next Album in 2014

StunvolumeIt looks like we won’t have to wait seven years to get our hands on the next Garbage album.  Drummer Butch Vig says that he’s hoping to get the band into the studio this summer to begin recording tracks for the follow-up to 2012's Not Your Kind of People.

"We'd like to see a record come out next year," he tells Billboard.  “We may try to go into the studio in June and start working on another album.  We don't really have any songs started yet, but we all have ideas for songs.”

Vig adds that the band members have been bonding during their recent world tour to promote Not Your Kind of People.  "Everyone's getting along," he explains.  "We're really having fun at the shows.  We look out for each other, too; if someone's down and not feeling very good, we try to pick them up.  It's very much like a little, dysfunctional functioning family."

In other Garbage news, the band recently revealed they'll be releasing a limited edition 10-inch vinyl record on Record Store Day, April 20.  The record will feature an original song titled “Love Like Suicide,” a cover of Patti Smith’s “Because the Night” featuring the Screaming Females and a fan-made remix of “Automatic Systematic Habit” from Not Your Kind of People.

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Tuesday
Apr022013

Jury Selection Begins Tuesday in Michael Jackson Wrongful Death Trial

MichaelJackson.comJury selection begins Tuesday in Los Angeles in a trial stemming from a wrongful death lawsuit brought by Michael Jackson's mother against concert promoter AEG Live.

Katherine Jackson is suing the company, which was behind the King of Pop's aborted This Is It tour, for 40 billion dollars. She claims AEG contributed to her son's death by hiring the doctor who gave him a fatal dose of the powerful anesthetic propofol.

ABC News legal analyst Royal Oakes says the trial reportedly will feature appearances by Michael's two oldest children, son Prince Michael and daughter Paris.

Oakes says, "Prince Michael The First will talk about hearing discussions of Michael's health, and he'll also talk about the day they tried to resuscitate Michael Jackson when he died. Also, Paris will testify, again, about observing the attempt to resuscitate Jackson."

On the other side, Oakes adds, AEG will contend that it only told Dr. Conrad Murray "to do what he could to keep Jackson in concert-ready shape." 

In November of 2011, Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for administering a fatal dose of propofol to Jackson, who died in June 2009 at the age of 50.

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Tuesday
Apr022013

"The Voice" Recap: Firefighter, Ex-Child Star, Former Country Recording Artist Highlight Latest Auditions

Adam Taylor/NBCThe Voice aired its third night of season-four blind auditions on Monday night. Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Shakira and Usher were back to listen in on contestants hoping to earn a spot on one of the teams.

By the end of Monday night's episode, Shakira had a total of seven contestants on her team. Adam and Usher had six, and Blake had five.

Here's a rundown of the auditions:

The Swon Brothers from Oklahoma opened the night with a performance of "American Girl" by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Blake, Usher and Shakira all turned around their chairs for the duo. Blake loved the name of the group, joking that one day they may be able to say that they "swon" The Voice. Get it? In choosing a coach, the Swon Brothers said they would "stick with our Oklahoma man," meaning Blake.

Taylor Beckham is a 17-year-old redhead from Dallas who previously aspired to be a gymnast. She showed off her R&B leanings with "I'm Going Down," made famous by Rose Royce and later Mary J. Blige. Usher told her it would be an "incredible journey" to work with her. Adam interjected that he'd rarely seen Usher that excited about a contestant. Though Shakira did her best to convince Taylor to join her team, the teen went with Usher.

Sam Alves, a 23-year-old originally from Brazil, tackled "Feeling Good," which has been recorded by the likes of Nina Simone and Michael Bublé. None of the coaches pressed their buttons for Sam. Adam noted that the song needed a kind of perfection that was lacking from Sam. Shakira, a native of Colombia, lamented the fact that Sam would have to go home.

Adam and Blake really liked Karina Iglesias, 35, who sang "I'm the Only One" by Melissa Etheridge, but for whatever reason they debated what to do until the last possible moment, when they turned their chairs around. Adam complimented her powerful vocals, and Karina eventually selected him as her coach.  

Seventeen-year-old Garrett Gardner returned to the Voice stage after a failed audition last season. He did an unusual reggae version of the White Stripes hit "Seven Nation Army." Adam recognized him and said he was so happy that Garrett came back stronger. Garrett joined Team Shakira.  

Holly Tucker, 19, is a member of the Baylor University marching band. She belted out "To Make You Feel My Love," which has been recorded by a slew of artists such as Bob Dylan, Billy Joel, Garth Brooks, and Trisha Yearwood. All four coaches made a bid for Holly, who said she identified herself as a country music singer. Not surprisingly, she picked Blake.

Landon Medvec was rejected by the coaches after his attempt at James Morrison's "You Give Me Something."

The bespectacled Michelle Chamuel delivered a rendition of Katy Perry's first hit, "I Kissed a Girl." She sought guidance from the three coaches who turned their chairs around for her -- Adam, Shakira and Usher. When Usher asked her which style of music she prefers, she answered that she wants to be an electro-pop artist. She's going to try to make her dreams come true with Usher.   

Julie Roberts from Nashville had an interesting tale: she once had a recording contract, with her first album going gold. Around that time she even performed on The Tonight Show. But her second album didn't do as well and she parted ways with her label. She made the bold decision to sing Blake's "God Gave Me You." None of the coaches pressed their buttons. Blake recognized her and apologized profusely for not giving her a chance.

Monique Abbadie, a former child star on a Spanish-language show, kind of sounded like Shakira -- which was good, because she sang Shakira's "Loca." The pop star was impressed by the aggression in Monique's voice. The two will work together going forward this season.

Warren Stone, a firefighter from South Carolina, closed the show with "Colder Weather" by Zac Brown Band. Adam, Blake and Shakira dueled for Warren's services. In a bit of an upset, Warren went with Adam, who called it his first triumph in his occasional battle with Blake for pop/country contestants.

There will be another round of auditions on Tuesday night's one-hour episode of The Voice, airing at 8 p.m. Eastern time on NBC.

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