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Tuesday, April 29, 2003

Want to go chat with other Black Sash fans... check out Black Sash Online . com

Monday, April 28, 2003

Want to help keep Black Sash on the air? We've got some suggestions on our Black Sash page.

Furthermore, fans have started a Petition to help get this show a second season.

Sunday, April 27, 2003
Stargate Season 7 is gearing up -- and the fans have their ears to the ground listening for any bits of hope for another spectacular season.

With interviews stating things like: One of the strongest supporting characters of SG1 has been none other than Dr. Janet Fraiser, portrayed by Canadian actress Teryl Rotherly, who said she would like to see Fraiser get in on some of the action this year. "If someone would say, 'Okay, what's your wish for season seven?', it would be that Fraiser gets to go off - base more," states Rotherly. "Certainly, the show is about the main four that travel through the gate and bring back knowledge, but it would be great if I was able to just go out with them. It would make a nice change!" Further comments from Don S. Davies, Teryl Rothery, Amanda Tapping and Corin Nemec can be found in the complete on set report in Dreamwatch magazine.

Sounds like a great idea in fact! Let's send Janet off to study some alien disease we'd rather not bring home -- maybe even save a species. The SGC doesn't have the prime directive after all!

But then that great idea has some negative potential... which is being responded to with this message going out to Stargate SG1 Fans.

It has been reported on many websites that the character of Dr. Janet Fraiser will be killed off during the 7th season of Stargate SG-1. Dr. Fraiser is an integral member of the Stargate team. She has become a trusted doctor, providing not only medical care, but emotional support and friendship. In an attempt to be proactive, please write a brief, polite note to as many people as you can at Bridge Studios and the SCIFI channel to let them know that we want Janet Fraiser to remain a part of the SGC. I'd be more thanhappy to provide a sample letter and addresses.

P.S. Feel free to forward this to anyone you can think of, and if you have a website, please feel free to post this request. I only ask that you notify me that you are doing so, because I'd like to keep track of how many websites are reached. Thank you again. Sheri

Brad Wright, Executive Producer,
Robert C. Cooper, Executive Producer,
Joe Mallozzi, Supervising Producer,
Paul Mullie, Supervising Producer, can all be reached at:
Bridge Studios
2400 Boundary Road
Burnaby BC
V5M 3Z3

Ms. Bonnie Hammer, President
The SCIFI Channel
1230 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10020-1513

Hank Cohen, President
MGM Television Entertainment
2500 Broadway Street
Santa Monica, CA 90404-3061

Does this Stargate SG1 loyal follower have the right idea?? Who knows. Fans did convince Stargate to bring back Daniel Jackson -- a decision that will hopefully prove as good for the show as it is for Michael Shanks career.

Friday, April 25, 2003

Billy Gilman appearances:

* April 28 Nickelodeon - "Slime Time Live"
* April 30 "Star Search" (Billy will be a celebrity judge)
* April 28 People magazine Music Through Heartsongs review
* May 5 issue - People magazine feature (along with Jessica Andrews)
* May 5 issue - Country Weekly feature
* May 7 "Wayne Brady Show"

The WB Street Team has come up with some more downloads -- and I think you're going to like these!

First off, for the Everwood fans who have been WAITING PATIENTLY for the WB to give you a download -- catch this trailer!

For the Smallville fans we have a trailer that I'm sure is going to have people talking... if they aren't already!

For the charmed fans we have a few new things to talk about... a poster & a trailer...

And new trailers for Angel & Gilmore Girls fans...

Thursday, April 24, 2003
04-24-2003 9:45PM

NBC SALUTES 'WILL & GRACE' GUEST STARS SUCH AS CHER, MADONNA AND DEMI MOORE -- NBC remembers some of the past guest stars and their quirky bloopers from its Emmy Award winning comedy "Will & Grace." Hosted by series star Eric McCormack, the special includes such past guest stars as Matt Damon, Glenn Close, Michael Douglas, Cher, Kevin Bacon, Demi Moore and Madonna.

Wednesday, April 23, 2003
Why join the WB Street Team? Because they give you points for checking out trailiers for upcoming eps of Charmed, Angel, Smallville and Black Sash. There are also points for checking out WinAmp skins, calendars, and all kinds of other great downloads!

And what are the points you get on the WB Street Team good for? How does this messenger bag strike your fancy?

Not a messenger bag type person? They have clothing, shirts, ball caps, and sweat shirts, as well as chairs, and posters!

Which brings us to our request below: If you are interested in joining the WB Street Team please e-mail us and we'll send you an invitation. You'll get to join the Street Team, no different than if you went straight to them, but we'll get points towards one of the cool prizes you'll be getting in line to earn!

FYI! It was announced April 23, 2003 that the WB Street Team has been extended through the summer, and new items will be added! So there is still a lot of WONDERFUL reasons to join the WB Street Team!

Nashville Star

Country Music may not have the scandals of pop music and the Michael Jackson's of the world... but the Country charts have been known to put out some amazing songs, and feature some great talents like Garth Brooks, Leann Rimes, and the Dixie Chicks. I suppose, as a results, it should come as no surprise that USA is running the Country Equivalent of American Idol featuring the likes of John Arthur Martinez

AGE: 41

BIO: John Arthur owns and runs a small independent record label, but also keeps busy being the father of four children, ages 9-20. John Arthur plays a traditional brand of country music around the Austin area, and is known for singing portions of classic country songs in Spanish.

QUOTE: "Start with a Rodney Crowell lyric, stir in a James Taylor acoustic guitar lick, add a pinch of Western Swing, season with a Freddie Fender melody, and enjoy a bowl of heart-warming John Arthur Martinez chili!"


The Road to Nashville: Chosen from Houston regional
Nashville Classics: sang "When You Say Nothing At All" (Keith Whitley)
Styles of Country: sang "Roly Poly" (Bob Wills)
Pop Goes Country: sang "Some Kind of Wonderful" (Grand Funk Railroad) - Visit the Pop Goes Country page to watch his performance from this episode
Original Songs: sang "Everything I Never Knew I Wanted" (original)
American Songs: sang "The City of New Orleans"
Number Ones: sang "But for the Grace of God" (Keith Urban) and "Home Made of Stone" (original)


Head on over to USA Today and find out more about this new album from Billy Gilman, the boy who topped the charts as he called out for One Voice!

Check out this article by Brian Mansfield who points out:

Billy Gilman and Mattie Stepanek have met only once, but Gilman gives musical voice to Stepanek's poetry on an album out this week.

Monday, April 21, 2003

It looks like we'll have to cross the seas, and head to England to find a sales link to this wonderful sounding project:

LONDON (Reuters) - Eighteen top pop stars, including Paul McCartney and George Michael, released an album on Monday to raise money for child war victims in Iraq.

All profits from the 18-track album will go to War Child, the relief and development charity set up after the war in former Yugoslavia.

Former Beatle McCartney, who made a live recording of his song "Calico Skies," said: "Whatever the politics, whatever the rights and wrongs of war, children are always the innocent victims. So I am delighted to make this small contribution."

The charity said the "Hope" album, whose contributors also include David Bowie and Avril Lavigne, was not a political album.

"The plight of children transcends politics. These songs are a plea for hope without which the children of Iraq have nothing at all," it said

Saturday, April 19, 2003
The state of affairs at

Our server has been up, and down, this week... with down seeming to be the experience most people have been encountering. As a result our efforts have been directed at stabilizing the accessibility of the website, instead of making sure that new content is added daily.

If you are seeing this message take it as a GOOD SIGN that we are doing all we can to continue bringing your the latest and greatest on Pop Arts!

Thursday, April 17, 2003


Gangs Of New York

Monday, April 14, 2003
NBC has concluded an agreement with DreamWorks Television for the first computer-generated-imaging (CGI) primetime series for a major broadcast network. “Father of the Pride,” a family comedy series centering on a pride of white lions that perform in the world famous Las Vegas act of Siegfried & Roy, will debut in the Fall of 2004.

The half-hour series will incorporate much of the cheeky, edgy and ironic humor that proved so popular in the DreamWorks smash hit “Shrek.” The main storyline revolves around the competition between a family of snooty white tigers and a white lion pride from the Las Vegas act.

Why join the WB Street Team? Because they give you points for checking out trailiers for upcoming eps of Charmed, Angel, Smallville and Black Sash. There are also points for checking out WinAmp skins, calendars, and all kinds of other great downloads!

And what are the points you get on the WB Street Team good for? How does this messenger bag strike your fancy?

Not a messenger bag type person? They have clothing, shirts, ball caps, and sweat shirts, as well as chairs, and posters!

Which brings us to our request below: If you are interested in joining the WB Street Team please e-mail us and we'll send you an invitation. You'll get to join the Street Team, no different than if you went straight to them, but we'll get points towards one of the cool prizes you'll be getting in line to earn!

FYI! It was announced April 23, 2003 that the WB Street Team has been extended through the summer, and new items will be added! So there is still a lot of WONDERFUL reasons to join the WB Street Team!

Saturday, April 12, 2003
Normally I don't repeat posts, but today is not a normal day, so this post from my "personal" website for my writing career is going to appear both here and on the Television section's main page. I am doing this because I think it is wonderful in this electronic and digital age that a major corporation like Wal-Mart set aside a day to remind the youth of America that there is so much fun, and so much creativity made accessible through literacy. As for us adults... it never ceases to amaze me that people live in this country as illiterates, for there are words EVERYWHERE, and being able to read seems a skill required for survival. I have a great deal of respect for those who survive without the ability to read, because I know how hard it is for me to manage for even a few days when I travel to a country where I don't read the language, and it is made even harder when they use a different character set.

I am thankful to Walmart for supporting the organizations in this country that work with those who can't read to improve the quality of their lives, and open doors to all kinds of new and interesting literary places!

Words are your Wheels!

Participating in the Words are your Wheels program today was a lot of fun. I can't thank Wal*Mart enough for hosting such a wonderful event -- and for letting me be a part of it!

Each store had books on hand for me to read with the kids who came, and cookies and punch for the kids to enjoy while we talked about what fun reading, and writing, is.

I was also thrilled to be a part of two wonderful literacy charities receiving $1000.

I spoke at length with the folks from Literacy Austin and enjoyed it tremendously. To hear that they spend their time dealing with people who truly WANT to learn to read is wonderful. I found myself in total agreement when the Executive Director pointed out how many teenagers think of high school as a prison, and yet she deals with adults who would give anything for this chance to return to their education, and learn to read!

That $1000 that walmart gave Literacy Austin today will mean they have the money for 4 people to learn to read this year! Amazing to think a dollar a day could change another person's life.

As an aside, I had with me several fliers that mentioned the shirts I'm not selling with my "famous" quotes, and the one that got the best reaction was my personal favorite...

Don't forget I recently added items featuring the qupte:

Friday, April 11, 2003
They have a hot new Smallville Lana Win Amp skin on The WB Street Team site - check it out here.

Thursday, April 10, 2003
Tomorrow night on CBS

"A Dangerous Game" – Olshansky helps a young Justice Department employee whose sister’s kidnapper is demanding information on a man in the Witness Protection Program whom he plans to murder, on a rebroadcast of HACK, Friday, April 11 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS. (Originally broadcast 1/10/03)

Titus Welliver ("That’s Life," "Falcone") and James Eckhouse ("Beverly Hills, 90210") guest star.

Using Justice Department employee Jody Lincoln’s sister as leverage, a hitman/kidnapper (Welliver) coerces Jody into providing him with the secret address of Anthony Lewis Sparks (Eckhouse) in order to murder him before Sparks testifies against the powerful drug dealer who ordered the hit. Fearing that the hitman will kill Jody’s sister whether or not they fulfill his demands, Olshansky boldly snatches Sparks from a U.S. Marshall and begins his own high-stakes negotiations with the calculating killer.

And in the weeks ahead...
"All Others Pay Cash" – As Olshansky cares for his dying father who continues to demean him, Faith encourages the two to finally make peace with one another before it’s too late, on HACK, Friday, April 18 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS.

Emmy and Tony Award-winner Bebe Neuwirth ("Cheers," "Sweet Charity" and "Chicago") &
Lindsay Crouse ("Places in the Heart," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer")
return as Faith O’Connor and Beth Kulvicki, respectively.

While Olshansky hopes to get his belligerent alcoholic father to finally acknowledge and apologize for his serious shortcomings as a parent, Faith -- who recognizes that the apology is unlikely -- encourages Olshansky to find peace by another means. Meanwhile, after money disappears from the church’s coffers, the bishop suspends Grizz and Olshansky tries to find the thief. Also, in an effort to show his allegiance to his father, Michael Jr. starts acting out against Heather’s boyfriend, Dr. Ryan Ambrose.

And our last little look forward...
"True Lies" – As Olshansky’s trial nears, he begins to investigate allegations that Marcellus, whom he’s been risking jail time to protect, may have secretly been on the take for years, in Part One of a two-part first season finale of HACK, Friday, April 25 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS.

Wednesday, April 09, 2003
The latest messages from the WB:

Hey! There's a new Smallville on - FINALLY! An alien is supposed to be from Clark's planet... click here.

Angel is going to be really weird next week. That Jasmine creeps me out... click here.

Hey - did you hear about the "Malibu's Most Wanted" movie starring B-rad - ya' know Jamie Kennedy? click here.

The WB is coming to a college near you! If you live near these cities, check out The WB On Tour with Socialburn and The Format! Get information here.


Spilsbury:: American Idol VHS (Music Videos)

Spilsbury:: American Idol DVD (Music)
American Idol's Kelly Clarkson's first album is coming out.Kelly Clarkson - Before Your Love/A Moment Like This





Tuesday, April 08, 2003
The latest from the WB Street Team:

And don't forget you can see old WB Street Team Downloads Here!

Monday, April 07, 2003


Fan Fair Appearance To Be The Largest East Coast Fan Event for NBC Daytime Stars in 2003

NASHVILLE - NBC Daytime and the Country Music Association are continuing their successful partnership for the third consecutive year at CMA's FAN FAIR® 2003. For the first time, Fan Fair will serve as NBC Daytime’s largest East Coast fan event of the year. Stars from NBC’s hit daytime dramas “Days of Our Lives” and “Passions” will travel from Los Angeles to Nashville to participate in the “World’s Biggest Country Music Festival™,” held June 5-8 in Downtown Nashville.

Thirteen of NBC Daytime’s hottest stars are scheduled to appear including fan favorites Kristian Alfonso (“Hope”), Bryan Dattilo (“Lucas”), Kyle Lowder (“Brady”), Peter Reckell (“Bo”), Alison Sweeney (“Sami”) and Arianne Zuker (“Nicole”) from “Days of Our Lives;” and Galen Gering (“Luis”), Justin Hartley (“Fox”), Lindsay Korman (“Theresa”), Eric Martsolf (“Ethan”), Jesse Metcalfe (“Miguel”), McKenzie Westmore (“Sheridan”) and Deanna Wright (“Kay”) from “Passions.” Each of the stars will take part in the numerous activities surrounding Fan Fair. They will sign autographs in the Wrangler® Exhibit Hall at the Nashville Convention Center and make selected appearances at the concerts held at both the Greased Lightning™ Riverfront Park Stages and The Coliseum, home of the NFL Tennessee Titans. The stars will top off the weekend with special musical performances at the highly-anticipated third annual “NBC Daytime Fan Fair After Hours Party” at the Wildhorse Saloon Saturday, June 7 (separate ticket required).

In addition, NBC Daytime is teaming up with “After MidNite With Blair Garner,” a nationally syndicated Country radio program from Premiere Radio Networks airing on more than 200 radio stations across the country each day. NBC Daytime stars will appear weekly on “After MidNite” to talk about Fan Fair as well as upcoming plot elements of “Days of Our Lives” and “Passions.” The four-week promotion will culminate with one listener receiving both a VIP trip to Fan Fair 2003 as well as a trip to Los Angeles for a walk-on role on “Days of Our Lives.” Premiere Radio Networks has a long history of supporting Fan Fair; MJI Programming, a division of Premiere Radio Networks, is the official radio broadcaster of Fan Fair.

“For the past two years, we’ve received such an overwhelmingly warm welcome from the Country Music fans and the artists that we couldn’t wait to return to Fan Fair again,” said Sheraton Kalouria, Senior Vice President, NBC Daytime. “We look forward to a long-term successful partnership with CMA and increasing our involvement in this wonderful event.”

“The NBC Daytime stars really get immersed in the event and are such a big hit with the fans that we are thrilled to have them again,” said CMA Executive Director Ed Benson.

“The response from Country fans to the NBC Daytime stars has been overwhelming. Country fans are huge fans of both ‘Days’ and ‘Passions’ and the actors are huge fans of Country Music,” said CMA Senior Director of Strategic Marketing Rick Murray. “We are also very excited to add the ‘After MidNite’ promotion this year. Listeners will be able to learn more about Fan Fair and hear what is going on behind the scenes of ‘Days’ and ‘Passions’ directly from the actors. The chance to win two prizes – a trip to Fan Fair and a walk-on role on ‘Days’ – is a once in a lifetime opportunity.”

Murray added, “We have been honored to have NBC Daytime as a partner over the past three years and look forward to working with the NBC family for many years to come.”

NBC's two-hour soap block consists of perennial powerhouse “Days of Our Lives” and the daytime phenomenon “Passions.” NBC is No. 1 for the season in daytime's key demographic of women 18-49 and is the only network to show growth vs. year-ago results. "Days of Our Lives" is the season's No. 3 daytime series among women 18-49 and is No. 1 among women 18-34. "Passions" is No. 3 among women 18-34 and No. 1 among females 12-17. “Days of Our Lives” is produced by Corday Productions Inc. in association with Columbia Pictures Television. “Passions” is produced by NBC Studios in association with Outpost Farms Productions, Inc.

Artists who have been previously announced as appearing at CMA’s Fan Fair include: 4 Runner, Trace Adkins, Alabama, Bill Anderson, Steve Azar, Lane Brody, Brooks & Dunn, Chris Cagle, Deana Carter, Kenny Chesney, Terri Clark, Tammy Cochran, Kellie Coffey, Billy Ray Cyrus, Charlie Daniels, Diamond Rio, Emerson Drive, Ty England, Bill Engvall, Sara Evans, Vince Gill, Billy Gilman, Andy Griggs, Jennifer Hanson, Eric Heatherly, Alan Jackson, Cledus T. Judd, Jim Lauderdale, Tracy Lawrence, Little Big Town, Lonestar, Patty Loveless, MARCEL, Brad Martin, Mila Mason, Lila McCann, Neal McCoy, Jo Dee Messina, Martina McBride, Montgomery Gentry, Joe Nichols, Pinmonkey, Rushlow, Sawyer Brown, Blake Shelton, Sixwire, Anthony Smith, Marty Stuart, Pam Tillis, Trick Pony, Trini Triggs, Travis Tritt, Keith Urban, Phil Vassar, Mark Wills and Darryl Worley with more to be announced soon. Artist lists are subject to change.

CMA’s Fan Fair four-day tickets packages are still available. The packages include the Nightly Concerts at The Coliseum; Daily Concerts at Greased Lightning™ Riverfront Park Stages; activities for the whole family at the Kellogg’s™ Rice Krispies™ Family Zone; access to the popular exhibits and autograph sessions at the Wrangler® Exhibit Hall at the Nashville Convention Center; Fan Fair After Hours® with late-night music and specials at Downtown clubs; the Second Annual Andy Griggs Celebrity Archery Tournament; free in-town shuttles to Fan Fair event sites; collectible program book; discounts to area restaurants and attractions and more. Four-day ticket packages range from $125-$145. There are special prices for fans 18 and younger with children 3 and under admitted for free. Tickets can be purchased by calling Ticketmaster or (866) FAN-FAIR. To purchase the separate tickets for the official “NBC Fan Fair After Hours Party,” call the Wildhorse Saloon Box Office at (615) 902-8200.

For the complete Fan Fair schedule and up-to-the-minute list of participating artists, visit Fan Fair is organized and produced by the Country Music Association. Country Weekly and Country Music Magazine are official media partners. MJI Programming, a division of Premiere Radio Networks, is the official radio broadcaster. Promotional partners include Greased Lightning™, Wrangler®, Kellogg’s™ Rice Krispies™, NBC Daytime, CMT, The Rage and Southwest Airlines. Fan Fair is a registered trademark of CMA. Fifty percent of the net proceeds from Fan Fair are given to charities designated by participating artists through charitable component "Cause For Celebration!."

Sunday, April 06, 2003
NBC announces the series contestants for week three of the new talent series, “America’s Most Talented Kid.” Hosted by Mario Lopez (NBC’s “The Other Half”), episode #3 will be telecast on Friday, April 11, 8-9 p.m. ET, and "America's Most Talented Kid" will be telecast every Friday from 8-9 p.m.

The following are “America’s Most Talented Kid” contestants for episode #3:

Hometown: Downey, CA
Age: 4
Talent: Drummer

Name: Jaime Ramos
Hometown: Sacramento, CA
Age: 6
Talent: Hip Hop Dancer

Name: Haden Von Duncan
Hometown: Boise, ID
Age: 7
Talent: Fiddler

Name: Lindsay Harper
Hometown: Blue Ridge, GA
Age: 9
Talent: Singer/Yodeler

Name: Cheyenne Kimball
Hometown: Plano, TX
Age: 12
Talent: Singer/Songwriter/Guitar

Name: Mishon Ratliff
Hometown: Fontana, CA
Age: 10
Talent: Singer

Name: Laine Adley
Hometown: Longwood, FL
Age: 13
Talent: Dancer

Name: Brandon Morgan
Hometown: Dadeville, AL
Age 15
Talent: Singer/Pianist

Name: Ashley Rose
Hometown: Mahwah, NJ
Age: 14
Talent: Singer

“America’s Most Talented Kid” will feature youths from across America competing head-to-head in an overall talent competition, which ranges from song and dance, to the most exceptional and unusual acts.

Each week, the show will highlight the individual talent of 9 kids, who will be scored by ‘NSYNC’s Lance Bass and two additional weekly celebrity judges. This week’s celebrity judges include pop sensation Tiffany and Jamie-Lynn Spears (“All That”). Here, the trio of judges will pick one winner from each age category (3-7, 8-12 and 13-15), resulting in a total of three finalists at the end of each show. These winners will then advance to the final round in Los Angeles to compete for the grand prize of a large cash prize.

Friday, April 04, 2003

Veritas: The Quest!...

Sad to say, it looks like Veritas has been pulled from the ABC schedule.

Per Ryan Merriman's website:

"Veritas" is about a father and son archaeology team ( Sort of like an Indiana Jones series). Ryan plays Nikko the son. The series has been put on hiatus by ABC due to the War. They advise all episodes will air at a later date.

Wednesday, April 02, 2003

American Dreams... the latest from NBC about this great show!

Recording stars B2K, Vivian Green and Duncan Sheik hit their marks as the newest guest stars this spring on NBC's "American Dreams" (Sundays, 8-9 p.m. ET). The series matches classic with contemporary as it uses today's au courant recording stars to portray famous musical icons of the mid-1960s, the tumultuous era that is depicted in "American Dreams." For example, Recent Grammy-winners Usher played Motown legend Marvin Gaye, while Michelle Branch played pop princess Lesley Gore. Likewise, Grammy-winners Ashanti embodied Dionne Warwick and India.Arie gave voice to activist singer Nina Simone.

The newest wave of musical guest-stars includes Vivian Green (, whose debut album "A Love Story," climbed the Billboard charts and was named one of the 10 best albums of 2002 by USA Today. She will portray Motown great Brenda Holloway in an episode airing Sunday, April 6 (8-9 p.m. ET) and will sing Holloway's hit, "Every Little Bit Hurts."

R&B artists B2K will appear as the Temptations performing “My Girl” on the recreated “American Bandstand” set on an April episode. B2K scored platinum album sales with their self-titled debut and hooked the nation with their number one hit “Uh Huh.” Nearly a year later, the LA-based foursome have proved lightening can strike twice with their follow-up CD “Pandemonium” which spawned the hit single “Bump, Bump, Bump,” a duet with P. Diddy. The group has been nominated for two MTV Video Music Awards, two American Music Awards and won BET's coveted Viewer's Choice award. In addition, they were voted "Best Group" by the editors of Vibe magazine as part of their annual "Vibe of the Year Awards," and received a Billboard Music Award for having the "biggest selling R&B single of the year".

Duncan Sheik's album "Daylight" was hailed by People magazine as one of last year's "10 Best." The South Carolina native will play the memorable Bobby Darin and will sing the late star's hit song "Beyond the Sea" in an episode airing Sunday, March 30 (8-9 p.m. ET). That episode will also feature Grammy-winner LeAnn Rimes. Rimes will appear as Connie Francis performing “Where the Boys Are” on the re-created set of “American Bandstand.”

It might be a bit farfetched to hint that the road to Grammy gold made a detour through the nostalgic drama “American Dreams” - but at this year’s Grammy Awards, recent musical performers/guest-stars took home some heavy-duty hardware. Usher won for Best Male R &B Vocal, Performance for "U Don't Have to Call"; Ashanti received one of the honors for Best Contemporary R&B Album for "Ashanti" and India.Arie earned Best Urban/Alternative Performance for her track of "Little Things." Branch earned a statuette with Santana for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for their song "The Game of Love." In addition, multi-Grammy winner Art Garfunkel - who has a recurring role as the owner of a record shop with a performance stage - also received a Grammy with former partner Paul Simon for Lifetime Achievement.
Click on me for the latest trailer for the WB show CHARMED!
"We couldn't be luckier to find so many talented contemporary artists who choose to pay homage to their heroes on our show," said Jonathan Prince, "American Dreams" creator and executive producer. "And, when I watched the Grammy's - with so many of those singers winning awards and appearing on the show - I thought the credits for that show might have read - 'The Grammy Awards: starring the All-Star guest cast of 'American Dreams'."

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