"A Tiny Audience" is a music series that airs on HBO Latino in the United States. The show is produced by February Entertainment and features interviews and performances by various musical artists in front of a small audience of fans.
The series is hosted by different musicians including Sarah Packiam, Daniel René, Maria Elisa Ayerbe, and Brenda Bonnie. In the first season, Brenda Bonnie served as the host, while Maria Elisa Ayerbe took over for the second season. The show first premiered in 2019 and a second season was released in March 2021.
The unique feature of "A Tiny Audience" is the intimate setting in which it is filmed. By limiting the audience to a small group of fans, the show allows for a more personal and authentic experience for both the musicians and the viewers. The series provides a platform for musicians to showcase their talents and share their stories, while also allowing fans to connect with their favorite artists on a deeper level.
For many years now Karaoke night has been hugely popular in local pubs and bars around the globe. Local talent (and some not so talented) only need to get up the nerve and climb on stage then perform. Sing along with popular music no matter if that tune is matched or not and just have fun for fun's sake! That's what Karaoke is all about and why it is proving to be a huge hit on televisions across the USA currently. The host of Karaoke USA is Joey Fatone, a very charismatic guy seen previously in films like My Big Fat Greek Wedding and ABC TV's Dancing With the Stars. Judges include Carnie Wilson (singing group Wilson Phillips), Joe Levy (chief editor of Maxim Magazine), and Brian Scott (restaurateur, songwriter, singer, and himself a champion Karaoke singer). And the stars of the show, some really talented singers who just want to be heard and appreciated, which they now are. This show is every bit as entertaining as spending the evening in a smoky bar and the acoustics may even be better on your TV at home.
Reality shows are always popular and Platinum Hits takes the "reality" bit to a whole new level with aspiring singers and songwriters in the mix. The premise is all about making music others want to listen to and will pay money to hear. Whether it's a love ballad or a dance track that really rocks, we watch as contestants vie for the ultimate prize of $100,000 by writing and performing their own innovative music. RCA/Jive is a successful record label that offers a recording contract to the winner and The Writing Camp is where they will get all the songwriter training and help by way of a success driven team. Writing lyrics and then performing them takes the contestants on a competitive journey each week as they must complete tasks such as writing hip hop, country, folk, blues, or some other form of song and then perform it live for the judges. Judging is accomplished by guest judges like Donna Summer, Natasha Bedingfield, Taio Cruz, or even the host herself, Jewel. The show is exciting to watch and losers are crushed but have been given some exposure that may still help their careers.
Dante Di Loreto and Ryan Murphy are the executive producers for the exciting new Glee Project that is a spin off (of sorts) from the popular Glee) and the casting director from Glee (Robert Ulrich) has moved over to The Glee Project as well. Each week there will be new challenges with the necessary eliminations to follow. Each cast member has their own part of a particular song the need to learn and then perform it before a mystery guest as the judge. When the part is done well enough they move on and perform for the guest star on a one on one basis in a music video which they will also create themselves. With help from professionals like Nikki Anders vocal producer and Zach Woodlee, a choreographer the contestants have to learn their parts to the best of their ability and perform in a professional manner. Callbacks will cull the group down, with the bottom three being offered a second chance to be safe. One of those bottom three will be eliminated and final callbacks will determine who moves on and who must leave. A list is posted and that is where finalists read of their fate.
Embedded is the six-part special music video that grants you backstage access and puts you behind-the-scenes with your favorite musicians. We've traveled the world, going beyond performances to bring you the most intimate and unfiltered moments in artists' lives. When others stop the cameras, we capture the real story of today's top musicians.
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When you crave a little more Snoop Dogg in your video viewing diet, ride shotgun with him on a guided tour through his dark world, savouring an all-Snoop soundtrack, and beholding the wonders of "More Malice." "More Malice," the movie, shows you why Snoop Dogg leads the league in "branding" "”the man, the myth, the legend, and the cloud of fragrant smoke around him"¦all trademarked, registered, patented, copyrighted, and owned. Although the Snoop himself doesn't often lay down a track any more, his blessing on an artist, a song, or a video bestows "the Midas touch." And he has more than enough in the Snoop Dogg catalogue to sustain brisk sales and mega-downloads pretty much until the world runs out of fossil fuels. You could close read and parse "More Malice," the movie, as the gospel according to Snoop, because it showcases everything good and super-bad about ghetto chic. The music and the movie would stand-up to the scrutiny. But it's a lot more fun and more characteristically Snoop just to go with the follow and see where the mean streets lead.
Formed in 1967, the rock group from England known as Genesis included original performers Phil Collins (vocalist, drums, and piano), Tony Banks (keyboardist), and Mike Rutherford (guitar and bass guitarist). Along the way other talent the likes of Peter Gabriel, Steve Hackett, and Anthony Phillips joined and played major roles in the band. The band known as Genesis is included in the top thirty highest selling artists who record of all time. Both Phil Collins and Peter Gabriel have had tremendous success as solo performers along the way. In 2010 the group was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The music videos performed by the group have been many and proved to be a success each and every time. Look for recent releases like Genesis Land of Confusion, Hold on to My Heart, and That's All or older classic videos such as Jesus He Knows Me, Neon Genesis, and Dancing With the Moonlit Knight. It always helps to have a great music video available to promote a new album or single and these guys have always had that covered. Here's a lot of talent in a one word titled band.