Stevie Nicks, Tom Petty, each and every one of the Heartbreakers and classic rock fans in general got dragged through the mud tonight on 'American Idol' as Phillip Phillips and Elise Testone sucked all the sultriness and texture from the classic duet 'Stop Draggin' My Heart Around.'
Another Wednesday, another night of performances on 'American Idol.' And for this show, Steven Tyler wasn't the only rock royalty in the house. Stevie Nicks was there to offer advice to the contestants during rehearsals, and made a stunning declaration to one of the young hopefuls.
On the Wednesday, March 28 edition of American Idol, Fleetwood Mac vocalist Stevie Nicks served as a mentor for America's 'Top 9,' but the music of Led Zeppelin ruled the night thanks to a contestant's performance of 'Whole Lotta Love.'
With a new album, 'In Your Dreams,' coming out on May 3 and high-profile tour with Rod Stewart this summer, we're going to be seeing a lot more of Stevie Nicks in the very near future, particularly on television. Not only will she have a cameo on the NBC sitcom 'Up All Night' on Thursday (March 29), but she'll be working with the remaining nine contestants on 'American Idol' tonight (March 28).
If you're an American Idol addict like so many others, you surely saw the 'Top 10' perform a rendition of Billy Joel's 'The Longest Time' during the intro of tonight's (March 22) broadcast. 'Idol' judge Steven Tyler slammed various contestants last night after their Billy Joel attempts and this performance seems unlikely to change his mind.
It was performance night last night (March 21) on 'American Idol,' and the contestants sang tunes from the Billy Joel songbook. But since so many kids these days don't seem to even know who the Beatles are, how many will actually be familiar with him? We shall see.
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