'HairBall John' Joins Michigan Idol Panel of Judges Starts This Wednesday
8-week singing competition held at the Willew Lounge in Bay City
July 17, 2011
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By: Julie McCallum, Entertainment Editor
That's right, it's the 80's rocker himself, HAIRBALL JOHN joins the Michigan Idol Panel of Judges. The Hairball John Radio Show was broad-casted weekly world-wide on more than 50 terrestrial and web-based affiliates, including Sky Digital one of Europe's largest providers of cable television and US FM stations were being added monthly.
Hairball recently agreed to join the panel of judges who include, (BELOW LEFT) Country Artist Dani Vitany
, and Tommy Anderson of Infinity & Paisley Fogg Bands.
Michigan Idol Host Josh Sharrow, www.LastChoicecountry.com
said, "Julie McCallum the Entertainment Editor of MyBayCity.com selected a great panel of 3 judges. With the addition of Hairball John, it completes our panel and gives it a good diversity of background of judges, Country, rock and classic." We are super excited about the all new Michigan Idol Show!"
Hairball John had a syndicated radio show "The Hairball John Radio Show" that featured the best of 80's style Hard Rock, past and present.
Don't miss out on the Return of the ALL NEW Michigan Idol Show on Wednesday, July 20, 2011 at The Willew Lounge
located at 3005 E. Midland Rd., in Bay City. (The competition was previously held at Art Dore's Stables Martini & Cigar Bar.)
The 8-week singing competition starts this Wednesday, July 20, 2011. (No entry fee required) The Michigan Idol Show starts promptly at 8:00 with warm-ups starting at 7:00pm!
Contestants are scored on Point system that is based on:
Vocal Ability, Stage Presence, Over All Attitude, Appearance, Crowd Reaction.
Returning Idol Judge, Tommy Anderson of Infinity & Paisley Fogg Bands, said, "I'm very excited about the return of Michigan Idol. I expect to see a whole new energy to the show with Josh and Shawn as the hosts. I look forward to co-judging with Dani Vitany and Hairball John, and meeting all the new talent as well as seeing the return of some past performers at one of my old haunts - The Willew."
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