Wednesday, February 20, 2008

American Idol Charterstone Style!

No one was more thrilled than Mary Worth with the song selections for last night's American Idol contest. Twelve men, all carefully culled from thousands of would be music artists, put together a repertoire so stellar that I am adding four of the songs to the Charterstone Jukebox (in the right hand column of this blog)! It was a lounge singer's potpourri: "Everybody's Talkin'," "Breaking Up is Hard to Do," "More Today than Yesterday!"

But the winner of Charterstone Idol was Jason Yeager's unbeatable rendition of Johnny Mercer and Henry Mancini's "Moon River." What a delight! Not even Chikeze's orange suit could compete with Yeager's uber-lounge performance. It was a Santa Royale swoon fest. Mary Worth, Toby, Dawn Weston, Vera Shields - all the ladies had to be resuscitated with smelling salts. Then, as they frantically tried to figure out how to text message their votes, they had to be sedated when techno-frustrations piqued to fury.

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1 comment:

Toonhead said...

Glad to see Julie London on the Charterstone Jukebox. Should add her rendition of Sway or Wives Should be Lovers.