Well here it is, the American Idol Season 8 winner. I created this topic to congratulate this seasons winner; Kris Allen. This post includes all his songs starting from Top 13, which are also the studio versions.
Kris Allen was from Conway, Arkansas and auditioned for the American Idol Season 8 at Louisville, Kentucky. He went to Hollywood and made his way up through the Top 13. Kris is talented while performing he used to hold musical instruments such as an acoustic guitar, piano and keyboard. He performed songs which he got good compliments from judges that he would make it to the top. But still a time will come when your performance will not be as good (or as bad) as the last one. He impressed the judges with his version of “She Worked Hard For The Money” on disco week, again with his version of “Heartless”. It was a battle for the finals when both Kris Allen and Adam Lambert battled it out. Kris had a hard time singing the coronation song “No Boundaries” but still it was a close battle between the two finalist. In the end gaining the most votes from all around America, Kris Allen came out as the winner. He was shocked to hear it and he said that Adam Lambert deserves it more, he was still being the humble type until the end.
Off to his songs starting from Top 13. Songs provided are Studio Versions except for the Finale.
If you were a follower of Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood here in my blog, you may have noticed that I ended up only to summarize on episode 6 and till now there is already an episode 8.
I am dropping or should I say discontinuing on summarizing this beautiful anime starting now because of time allocation (busy busy). But still I am watching the anime being released every Sunday nights.
Sorry for those who are folowing my summaries (if ever there are..lol).
Here they are as promised, the live performances from the American Idol Finale. Almost everything is here except for David Cook’s song “Permanent” and the awardees performances (Nick Mitchell, Katrina Darell and Tatiana Del Toro) are not included.
I liked Kris Allen’s performance with Keith Urban here with the song “Kiss the Girls” as well as Danny Gokey and Lionel Richie’s duet. And for Jason Mraz, who came out performing with bare feet, that was weird. Oldies also came crunching the stage, Rod Stewart who almost tripped while walking to the microphone stand. Kiss as usual wearing their make up and Gene Simmons still has his Bass “Axe” Guitar, and a performance with all the fireworks. Lastly Queen even though without Freddie Mercury still rocked the stage with their song We Are the Champions along with Adam Lambert and Kris Allen.