The gravel voiced 2012 Idol winner wowed with his debut record, 'The World From The Otherside Of The Moon', and has now impeccably got over the jump with sophomore outing 'Beyond The Light'. With bluesy folk ballads and more matured rock melodies, he's proving there is life after Idol, and it is good!
A singer/songwriter whose lush, theatrical pop harked back to the traditions of Tin Pan Alley, cabaret, and even opera. Wainwright released his sixth studio album All Days Are Nights: Songs For Lulu in 2010.
This controversial Southern cookery author and television host brings her unimitible brand of comfort food and home cooking skills to a stage near you. Starting from modest beginnings as a caterer, Deen has since become a national institution, with restaurants, fourteen cookery titles, a bi-monthly magazine and even a small role in a movie (Elizabethtown) to her name. Her show, Paula's Home Cooking aired between 2002 and 2013, becoming a huge star and potential successor to Martha Stewart's crown, and gaining two Emmy Award wins in the meantime.
The Irish all-male wonder from producer Sharon Browne, and legendary songwriter/composer Phil Coulter, performs an eclectic mix of songs ranging from the traditional to the contemporary, with some international hits and original material in between. Boasting boy-band good looks and impeccable harmonies, the group delivers traditional Celtic songs and contemporary pop classics as only they know how. They embark on a Christmas-themed symphony US Tour in Autumn!
Since her 1988 debut 'Bring Me Some Water', Melissa Etheridge has been an iconic voice in alternative rock and roll. When in 1993, her second record 'Yes I am' went double platinum, that success was cemented. As a performer she has won 2 Grammy Awards and an Academy Award for best original songs, but also as a social and gay rights activist, she has left a lasting impression on American popular culture.