MyBayCity Photos By Julie McCallum
Entertainment . . . Entertainment
At The Stables Michigan Idol
A Little Bit of This . . . A Little Bit of That
March 8, 2009
By: Julie McCallum, Entertainment Editor
One Week to go until the finals of the first seven week competition of Michigan Idol.
Judge Steve Armstrong said, "Wow the performances went through the roof tonight. Kate's performance blew it out of the water, It can't get any better then that." Armstrong continued, "The hairs on my arms were standing up."
The Judges will pick finalists that will qualify for a chance to win the grand prize and a spot to perform on the big stage at the Labadie Pig Gig 2009 in Bay City's Vet's Park later this summer.
According to host Doug Dore, "This coming Thursday will be the last week with the monitors. After that, they are on there own," Dore added.
Below Video Performances from February 26, and March 5, 2009
(Above) Mother-Daughter Team of Gold! (Debbie Kirkbride and Jan Sharrow)
(Above) Geno Cummings returns from last season. Doug interacts with the judges.
Michigan Idol Competition Preliminaries.
Video By Julie McCallum
Chuck Sharrow opens the night of performances.
Michigan Idol Judge Bob Sater
(Above) Chuck Kirkbride performs with Bailey the parrot.
Chuck's wife Debbie laughed, "She is Named after Bailey's Irish Cream." Mrs. Kirkbride continued, "We have 23 parrots, only 2 wear the harnesses."
(Above) Kate Gembrowski interacts with the crowd during her performance.
Gwen Kolbiaz puts on moves of her own during her fantastic performance. (Above Right)
The always energetic Taylor Vitany is always a crowd pleaser.
(Above) Shawn Doyle, Sales Account Manager for Champion Diversified Industries Inc. was at the microphone handing out T-shirts, and Tickets for an upcoming event.
(Above) (L/R) Julie, Janice, Wendy, Marlo visit during the competition.
(Above) Steve Armstrong's band, 25 CENT BEER BAND just got nominated for 'Best Country Band of the Year' by Review Magazine.
MICHIGAN IDOL IS SPONSORED BY:
Send This Story to a Friend!
Letter to the editor
Link to this Story
Printer-Friendly Story View
--- Advertisments ---