Fred Bronson

Joey Cook

'American Idol' Tour Puts Joey Cook Back in the Spotlight -- Along With Seven Other Finalists

American Idol fans who attend tonight’s live summer tour show in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., are in for a surprise if they are only expecting the top five finalists to perform. Special guest Joey Cook, who finished seventh for season 14, will play her sixth and final night as the bonus opening act, a role that will be filled by seven other contestants from this year before the tour concludes in August.
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'American Idol Live!' Opening Night: The Magic Number Is Five (Live Review)

Five is a pretty good number when it comes to music. Just ask the Jackson 5, the 5th Dimension or the Rolling Stones’ album 12 x 5. Last night in Clearwater, Fla., five was also a great number, as the top five from season 14 of American Idol headlined a five-star crowd-pleasing two-hour concert that gave the audience an “up close and personal” look at their favorite finalists.
'American Idol' Top Five Keep Their Eyes on the Prize, From Finale to Florida Tour Kickoff

'American Idol' Top Five Keep Their Eyes on the Prize, From Finale to Florida Tour Kickoff

It’s a long road from Hollywood, home of the American Idol season 14 finale, to Clearwater, Fla., where the top five finalists will play the first of 37 live shows this summer. During the seven weeks that elapsed between the season’s climax to tonight’s big opening, the Idols were free to do whatever they wanted, and most of them did the same thing – they worked.
Roxette

Roxette Takes a New 'Look' at the Song That Started It All With a 2015 Remake

When "The Look" debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 50 the week of Feb. 11, 1989, Roxette's Per Gessle was aware of what it meant for a brand-new act to enter the chart in such a lofty position. "I'd been a subscriber to Billboard since '81, so I knew that going in at 50 was quite high."
Roxette

Roxette Takes a New 'Look' at the Song That Started It All With a 2015 Remake

When "The Look" debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 50 the week of Feb. 11, 1989, Roxette's Per Gessle was aware of what it meant for a brand-new act to enter the chart in such a lofty position. "I'd been a subscriber to Billboard since '81, so I knew that going in at 50 was quite high."

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