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Justin Guarini getting married this weekend, Melinda Doolittle at Road Atlanta this Saturday, radio airplay update

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Justin Guarini’s publicist was nice enough to send me a note telling me he is getting hitched this weekend to a gal he’s known since high school. To the left is a photo with Justin, Reina and his future stepdaughter Lola.

Here’s the press release:

Justin Guarini, 30, runner-up to Kelly Clarkson in Season One of “American Idol,” is getting married this Saturday, September 26th to his fiancee Reina Capodici, 27, of Doylestown, Pennsylvania.

The couple have know each other since high school but only started dating a few years ago.

Ms. Capodici has a four year old daughter, Lola, from a prior relationship.

They decided to get married in December of last year, when Justin was in Florida at Disney’s EPCOT Center filming his “hosting clips” for the “American Idol Experience” ride at the Orlando theme park.

The intimate family wedding will be held on a private estate along the Delaware River, not far from both their families’ homes in Pennsylvania.

Forgoing traditional wedding music, special arrangements by the Vitamin String Quartet, featuring artists like Radiohead, Paramore and Peter Gabriel will be performed.

A female minister from the Universal Church will preside over the ceremony, and the couple have written their own vows for the “spiritual” service.

Just the past weekend, Justin was covering the Red Carpet for TV Guide Channel’s Emmy Awards coverage. He also hosts “Idol Tonight” for the TV Guide Channel as well. In addition, Justin has been doing a sketch comedy show for www.sketchedouttv.com and this winter, Justin goes back into the studio to write and record his third CD.

-Despite losing airplay, Jordin Sparks’ “Battlefiled” edged up to No. 6 on the top 40 chart, which is where it will peak.

Daughtry’s single “No Surprise” peaked at No. 9 and is down to 12. Kelly Clarkson’s “Already Gone” moves up to No. 23 from 27 a week earlier, according to Mediabase 24/7. On the Hot AC chart, Daughtry’s song is at No. 2 (after peaking at No. 1). while David Cook’s “Come Back to Me” is at No. 12 after peaking at No. 6. Kelly’s song is at No. 16.

“Already Gone” is the top download of the week with 46K and 300K total.

On the country chart, Carrie Underwood’s “Cowboy Casanova” is well on its way to No. 1. It’s at No. 12 now and should be in the top 10 within a few days. The single became available for download while the new Kris Allen single “Live Like We’re Dying” is out today on iTunes.

-Dierdre’s favorite Melinda Doolittle will be at Road Atlanta this Saturday for a charity event. Here’s the press release:

Melinda will be at the Petit Le Mans race at Road Atlanta (one of the biggest endurance races in the American Le Mans Series) to sing the national anthem and promote the “Miles To End Malaria” program, a partnership between Malaria No More and current ALMS leading team, Patrón Highcroft Racing.

Melinda will be a VIP guest of Patrón Highcroft Racing and Road Atlanta. She will take a lap around the track, sing the national anthem and join the Highcroft team in the pit lane for the race.

If I weren’t moving tomorrow, I’d consider going. Sounds like fun!

81 comments Add your comment

Deirdre

September 25th, 2009
10:49 am

Thanks for the tip on Melinda, Rodney. Road Atlanta is a little out of my comfort zone for just the National Anthem. If it were a concert, then maybe I’d go.

Congrats to Justin!

JTesla

September 25th, 2009
11:08 am

Congratulations to Justin. Thanks for all the numbers Rodney. Looking forward to the interview next week.

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

September 25th, 2009
11:28 am

At least it’s not NASCAR, Deirdre *****ducking*****

and hey, Rodney, i was probably as big if not bigger fan than Deirdre for Melinda, LOL, so don’t leave me out

Heather MacDonald

September 25th, 2009
11:50 am

Nice for Justin. He has always seemed like a nice guy. :-)

Nana

September 25th, 2009
1:02 pm

Hey everybody!!!

Been busy today, and have only a few minutes now, getting ready to go to LaGrange and spend week-end with my Dad. This is his b’day week-end. He will be 94 on Tuesday. This week he went with a group of WW2 vets to DC and had a great time. Can’t wait to hear all about the trip and see his pictures.

Congrats to Justin and his wife to be. May they always have the happiness they have now. Little Lola is cute as a button.

Harm, I will call you later today to set a time and place tomorrow.

Have a great weekend and I’ll be back on here late Sunday or early Monday.

JTesla

September 25th, 2009
1:03 pm

And don’t forget me, I love ice cream and no one sells it like Melinda. She’s my ice cream gal!

Harm

September 25th, 2009
1:37 pm

I will be missing for awhile because my computer died and this one is way too slow! I’m looking forward to meeting Nana tomorrow!

Rickster

September 25th, 2009
1:59 pm

Who knew that Justin was heterosexual???

JTesla

September 25th, 2009
2:15 pm

Hope you can get back soon Harm.

Andi

September 25th, 2009
3:09 pm

Naughty Rickster…but funny,. Congrats to Justin, good for him if marriage is your thing. I’m glad for him.

Happy bday to Nana’s dad!! 94 wow!!

Stay dry everyone, I hear there’s another wave getting ready to roll through. And I get to drive back home in it tomorrow afternoon/night. Woo hoo!

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

September 25th, 2009
3:33 pm

Nana, hugs to Harm, and HB to your Dad!!!!! Have a great weekend!

Rickster

September 25th, 2009
4:00 pm

Me too Linny!! I thought Melinda should have won over Jordan.

Rickster

September 25th, 2009
4:12 pm

And Rodney… if the publicist was REALLY nice… he’d have sent you an invite instead of just a note! :-)

Rickster

September 25th, 2009
4:55 pm

Hope everyone has a great weekend. To borrow Dennis Miller’s Weekend Update sign-off…. “I am Outta here!”

Highlander

September 25th, 2009
6:03 pm

Nana, wish your Dad a very Happy Birthday from us and a heartfelt thanks for his veteran status. It was guys like him that helped make this country what is is. (And that’s not the world’s demon that Obama has made a habit of apologizing for!)

Harm

September 25th, 2009
8:06 pm

Well I guess my computer is back alive, it will probably die for eternity soon though! I guess I’ll have to invest in a new one soon!

Deirdre

September 27th, 2009
9:40 am

Has anyone read excerpts from the letter Simon wrote to his younger self on the occasion of his 50th birthday? mj has it. Self-indulgent and interesting all at the same time.

Harm

September 27th, 2009
10:56 pm

I’m back!!! I just finished installing Adobe reader on this new computer, so I’m good to go now!

My daughter and I went to LaGrange today and finally met the wonderful Nana and Memory too! I wish we could’ve had more time to talk to her!

Nana

September 28th, 2009
6:10 am

Good Morning Everybody!!!!!

Today’s Quote: “The entire purpose of our existence is to overcome our negative habits and minds.”

Hope everybody had a great weekend. Mine was exceptionally well. Took my dad to his first Japanese restaurant and he was totally enthralled by the chef. He really enjoyed it. Thanks for all the happy birthdays for him. Then, Sunday afternoon, I met a very nice lady and her daughter. Harm and I met and had a short visit. I saw a picture of Asa, and, he is precious and cute as a button. The only drawback was that we didn’t have time to sit and really talk. But, we will, I assure you. Glad to know that she got her computer up and running.

Later today, if possible, I will give a short summary of Dad’s trip to DC. Right now, I will only said that he had a really good time and enjoyed it.

Deirdre

September 28th, 2009
7:11 am

Morning!

What a nice, peaceful weekend I had(with the possible exception of having to put drops in a dog’s eyes)
I’m happy for both Tech and UGA. Sorry but not surprised with the Falcons.

Nana and Harm have had a meet and greet. Very good. It helps us confirm that all us blogsters are real people! :-) And I’m very happy to hear that Nana’s dad enjoyed his birthday.

Deirdre

September 28th, 2009
7:15 am

There’s an interesting video on mj’s featuring Michael Johns, and Brooke White during their tour. The stop in in Salt Lake City and they are joined on stage by Archie. Is it just me or has Archie been working out?

You’ll have to scroll past a picture of Justin Guarini’s wedding and you’ll get a Carrie Underwood video on the way(I seriously doubt that the guys and k&cf are going to be able to get past the picture of Carrie) to see the Archie video.

Deirdre

September 28th, 2009
8:23 am

Ok theses blog doldrums have to end!!!!!!

WAKE UP EVERYBODY!!!!!!!!!

Nana

September 28th, 2009
8:50 am

Deirdre, they’re saving up for a big explosion!!!

Deirdre

September 28th, 2009
9:16 am

LOL!

We clearly need some controversy!

David Archuletta couldn’t sing his way out of a paper bag!!!!!!

Diana DeGarmo should NEVER have been in 2nd place…maybe 5th!!!!!!!!!

Adam Lambert is gay!!!!!! (oh wait, everybody already knows that)

There…maybe that will help. ;-)

JTesla

September 28th, 2009
9:23 am

Hold up, is Carrie wearing nylons with shorts? That kills it for me, back to the vinyl or latex pants pic.

Brooke White video, boy it sure is nice to see David Archuleta’s career taking off.

Harriett

September 28th, 2009
9:23 am

I have been missing in action ever since I got back from the beach. And, here I am getting ready to leave on Wednesday for a conference in San Antonio. I will never keep up!

D, I agree that David looks like he’s been working out a bit. Also, he has lost some of that baby fat. I think he will always be a bit on the short side, but he will turn out to be a nice looking man, IMO. I just wish he’d get over that “oh, gosh” demeanor on stage. He almost loses himself when the screaming starts.

I am glad you didn’t mention Fantasia in your attempts to stir things up :)

JTesla

September 28th, 2009
9:24 am

For the record, my comment regarding David is honest sarcasm. It’s not like Deirdre’s 9:16 post.

Harriett

September 28th, 2009
9:26 am

Someone has dropped the ball with Archie’s career. He still has plenty of fans out there, but he is not “big” enough to hold a huge venue. But he definitely would benefit from playing some smaller ones. Just me. You heard the audience.

Deirdre

September 28th, 2009
9:34 am

I just watched Carrie’s Cowboy Casanova video. Carrie as a hooker is an interesting concept. Like the song and the video.

Deirdre

September 28th, 2009
9:36 am

I agree about Archie’s career. I would have thought the obsessed would have put him on the platinum pedestal by now.

I have to say I’m impressed with his more manly appearance but, as Harriett pointed out, he still has that oh gosh oh golly demeanor. That has to grow up, too, before I can even begin to fully appreciate his voice.

kelly&carriefan

September 28th, 2009
9:41 am

D, Carrie as a hooker….I kinda never would’ve thought I’d hear those words used together in a sentence.

kelly&carriefan

September 28th, 2009
9:42 am

Hmm. Dear blog…I had a lovely and nice entry you chose to ignore, yet you post my one-liner. What are you, twitter now? Cordially, K&C Fan.

Deirdre

September 28th, 2009
9:48 am

k&cf…the blog hates LONG entries. That’s why I try to break mine up into short paragraphs. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t.

And Carrie/hooker kinda surprised me, too.

Harriett

September 28th, 2009
9:50 am

KCF, I feel your pain. I gave up last week when my longer posts failed to make it three times. It’s a big letdown.

Lara

September 28th, 2009
9:57 am

Good morning blogsters!
You didn’t mention Gaiken to try to stir up the blog controversy….

Deirdre

September 28th, 2009
10:02 am

Thanks, Lara…how could I have forgotten Clay?????? :-)

Ruben deserved the win!!!!!!!!!!!!

Deirdre

September 28th, 2009
10:05 am

Here’s a question…what genre of music would you be happy to NEVER hear again on Idol?

I’m going with any performer-specific genre…i.e. Mariah Carey night.

kelly&carriefan

September 28th, 2009
10:05 am

I’m setting up residence in the Best Little Wh*rehouse in Oklahoma until the blog likes me again!

Harriett

September 28th, 2009
10:05 am

And Ruben never lived up to his talent.

Harriett

September 28th, 2009
10:06 am

I am so over Beatles night.

JTesla

September 28th, 2009
10:10 am

Ruben pulled a David Archuleta and had his career fall far short of where it should have been.

What genre of music to never hear again? Anything older than 60 years. I’m looking at you big band and crooners. However it also includes Broadway, because Broadway sounds so 30’s and 40’s.

kelly&carriefan

September 28th, 2009
10:25 am

Broadway, yes…but Big Band? I don’t know, JT, if done well, it can be pretty awesome, e.g. Stuff Like That There. :)

JTesla

September 28th, 2009
10:33 am

Don’t get me wrong, I like Big Band, it’s just hard for the Idol contestants to pull it off. For me it’s one of those areas where a few would do well at it, but the rest would flounder. I like the weeks where everyone excels which is hard to do with old people music.

Nana

September 28th, 2009
10:33 am

One artist only, the Beetles and maybe the big band era. But, PLEASE, do not add hip hop and rap for a genre to be done. No way, no how!!! :(

BTW, why not mention Fantasia? Who is she anyway? (here comes trouble. I see it on the horizon). Think I better duck real fast.

Deirdre

September 28th, 2009
10:43 am

I didn’t mind Beatles night…I DID mind 2 Beatles nights in a row.

For those interested, I just talked to the vet and poor little Gus is suffering from Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. He IS on antibiotics and his problems have cleared up…along with his vision. He should be fine, which is a huge relief!

Deirdre

September 28th, 2009
10:45 am

I think we’ve had some Idols who did and could pull off Big Band music. Kelly Clarkson’s Stuff Like That There is one of the best Idol performances ever. I think Phil Stacy would have performed well in that genre, certainly Melinda Doolittle and possibly even Constantine, who had a flair for older music.

Deirdre

September 28th, 2009
10:46 am

But, generally, I agree with JT. Most of the Idols wouldn’t have a clue.

Harriett

September 28th, 2009
10:46 am

Nana!! Girrrrrl!

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

September 28th, 2009
10:49 am

I would like to see a “do what you want to” night — SOme would be doing SINatra, some would be doing NickleBack, some would be doing JHud doing Etta doing Billie… some would be screaming, some would be crooning… but each to his/her OWN choice, no holds barred.

AND i would like to see “original song” night — no, they don’t have to write their own song but DO have to find one to sing…i dunno, might not work on AI but darnit…

i absolutely do NOT like the one-artist nights. i don’t ind the general-genre nights — country, r&b, big-band, even decades… i HATE “birthyear” night. and i agree, puhLEEZE do not ever add rap/hip-hop night!!!!

and i disagree — big band/broadway (off broadway included) is wide open for styles — they run the gamut — and anything Andrew Lloyd Weber is wide open.

eeps gotta run! later gang!

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

September 28th, 2009
10:49 am

and i’ll get you, you young whippersnapper, for talking about “old people” music!!!!! ~¿@

Harriett

September 28th, 2009
10:51 am

D, am happy you finally know what is wrong with Gus and here’s hoping for a speedy recovery!

As for Beatles night, I am just not a fan anymore. All the McCartney songs sound the same, and the older, Lennon/McCartney songs are more befitting a group (harmonies, etc.) than a single singer. Of course, Imagine was always nice. I can’t remember another one that I really liked. Remind me of some past performances on Beatles night you’ve liked.

Harriett

September 28th, 2009
10:54 am

linny, Wow, I think you just hit it on the head for me, meaning the reason I don’t like Beatles night. It’s a fact that I HATE the single artist night entirely. It is soooo restricting. I agree about the genres, too. That gives a wider range of song choice.

kelly&carriefan

September 28th, 2009
10:54 am

D, good to hear about Gus…hope he’s on the mend and gets better ASAP. Sick puppies are so hearbreaking…

I like challenging genres. I mean, what happened to the idea that an Idol could sing pretty much anything? Are we starting to settle for a lower-caliber singer? IMO, Kris’ range is somewhat limited, and Adam…when he wasn’t screeching could be quite good.

Deirdre

September 28th, 2009
10:59 am

Katharine McPhee and Elliot Yamin could also pull off a Big Band night.

I actually love Broadway night because it’s so good at separating good voices from bad voices and one trick ponies from real singers.

I HATED Neil Diamond night!

I’m good with decades cuz a singer can really pick whatever genre they like.

JTesla

September 28th, 2009
11:07 am

Decades are good. Big Band night with McPhee, wasn’t that the wardrobe malfunction night? Best night ever!

For me it boils down to enjoying the music that they are singing. I don’t care for the idea of original artists, because I don’t know the song. However, even though I’m not a country music fan, I do like having one of those nights thrown in each season. It provides a challenge, and I at least have heard some of the songs so I have a reference point to work from.

Nana

September 28th, 2009
11:09 am

Great news about Gus!!!! :)

As far as the big band era, imho, John Stevenson was the best in doing that style. For a 16 y/o, I though he nailed it big time. A few others could do that era, including Clay, but John was still the best. Don’t want another repeat of the Rat Pack era, although I like the RP era. I feel the idols could have chosen better songs last season when they were doing that genre, but again, it limited them to certain artist(s).. My fav two are Motown (any old Rock n roll) and country nights.

Deirdre

September 28th, 2009
11:12 am

I think people appreciated Kris’ musician-ship more than anything else. He could take just about any song and make it interesting or pleasant or palatable. Kris was like the antithesis of Adam…quiet, introverted, with a pleasant voice and a down home quality. Adam, as we know, is an acquired taste who is undeniably talented but not for everybody. They were like choosing between living in Mayberry RFD and Batman’s Gotham City. One is extremely exciting and dangerous while the other is nice, safe and homey feeling.

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

September 28th, 2009
11:14 am

oh, and SO glad to hear about Gus, Deirdre!!

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

September 28th, 2009
11:15 am

but….when did Gus travel to the Rockies??? ~¿@

Deirdre

September 28th, 2009
11:16 am

JT, I agree with you on the original songs. Most of my enjoyment of Idol comes from hearing familiar music done in an interesting, new or very talented way. I like a reference point from which to choose my favorites. I want to judge the singers themselves, not the music they or one of their friends wrote.

Nana

September 28th, 2009
11:32 am

Before I get scolded, I know that I was incorrect on John Stevens last name. It’s STEVENS and not Stevenson.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJs_hyqDjmI

Nana

September 28th, 2009
12:07 pm

Ya know, we still can’t much action here. What is going on? Has everyone became nice, or do they know it’s a lost cause?

Deirdre

September 28th, 2009
12:11 pm

Rodney needs to write a really obnoxious headline about a fan favorite. We need some play time!

Lara

September 28th, 2009
12:31 pm

I was not a fan of Beatles night, and I think I am with y’all on the one artist nights. Genres are better – but don’t make them do Broadway and then critique them for being too broadway!!!

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

September 28th, 2009
12:41 pm

Lara, that’s one of my BIGGEST complaints — “it’s toooo Brooooadwaaay” … Broadway is a very legitimate area of the music industry — um, just ask Fantasia, LOL!!! Or Mr. Weber. Or Barbra. or Judy or Liza … or sooooo many people. Nothing wrong with Broaday — imho — any more than with country or rock or whatever — it’s a genre. And OMG good ol rock boy Cookie sure sang the H-E-double Hockey Sticks outa “Music of the Night” didn’t he???

one person they’ll say “make it more your own” the next they lambast for “not honoring the original” — say WHAT? or “it’s too old for you — well DUH it’s a freaking “1960s” genra, and these kids weren’t BORN until the 80s…. gimmea break!!!

linny ,,,=^..^=,,,

September 28th, 2009
12:41 pm

er…genre of course….

kelly&carriefan

September 28th, 2009
12:44 pm

Rodney needs to post a Carrie item and use the pic I shared with y’all last week…or, you know, not. ;)

Nana

September 28th, 2009
12:54 pm

Here, hear, Lara! I totally agree.

Since there’s not much going on right now, I’ll give a brief summary of dad’s trip to DC with the WW2 vets. There were about 100 on the flight with him. Once they got to DC, they were all in a parade, people were waving the flag and posters. Had a marching band and military personnel in the parade with them. They went to the Wall (WW2), Arlington National Cemetery, Lincoln Memorial and met some of the Georgia Congressman and Senators. On the return flight (they flew from Columbus) there were about 2 thousand military personnel from Ft Benning to welcome them back and to congratulate them for setting American on the right course and setting an example for future military personnel. He received letters from the Ga senators and congressmen on official stationary as well as a signed letter on the official White House stationary from our President. They each were presented an American flag and a metal for their courageous acts and dedication for our country during wartime. The thing he most enjoyed were the letters they were given from 3rd and 4th graders. I read them all on Saturday and those children were so sincere in their letters. This was an event that my dad will never forget. I’m so glad he was able to go. This is just then short version, but I think ya’ll get the picture.

Harm

September 28th, 2009
2:54 pm

I like Linny’s suggestions for Idol. let them sing what they want to sing and have a original night where they could sing a song that they had written or they could sing another songwriters song or they could opt out also.
Good news about Gus !!!
After we met Nana yesterday, we searched for War Eagle, did not find him so we drove to Pine Mt. and visited the Pine Mt. Antique Mall, that place was huge and I must return there. My daughter bought a Fisher-Price pull toy for Asa that was around when I was a child. (the dog that had the big red wheels that made a clicking sound when you pulled it) Anyone remember those?

Deirdre

September 28th, 2009
3:02 pm

Harm, that dog was called Snoopy. I know this because my dad worked for Fisher-Price.

Nana

September 28th, 2009
3:09 pm

Harm: did ya’ll go through on four boxes?

I love the antique mall. You can sometimes find some good buys there. In fact, I love the little town of Pine Mountain, period!!!!!

Nana

September 28th, 2009
3:10 pm

Darn it, I can’t seem to type today. I meant to ask Harm if they went through ALL four boxes.

Harm

September 28th, 2009
3:23 pm

Thanks Deirdre! That is the one, it only cost $2.50 and was in good shape.

Nana, I don’t know how much of the supplies she has gone through yet, I do know she is very grateful to you for them and very proud of them!!! I think she may use some of them as rewards for good work by her students. Shenandoah?

Nana

September 28th, 2009
3:47 pm

Almost time to call it a day and head home. Everybody have a great evening, and keep a song in your heart, a smile on your face and a tap in your toes. Be careful when on the roads and highways.

Don’t forgot DWTS tonight.

See evrybody in the AM.

Nana

September 28th, 2009
3:50 pm

Shenandoah is correct.

Elaine

September 28th, 2009
4:01 pm

Deirdre, I think many people in Atlanta have been affected by the flooding of the past week.
Deirdre, I agree with your post of 11:12 am. Kris, reminds me of John Denver while Adam is very much like Elvis– ready to shake things up!!
Please, please no hip hop or rap music ever on American Idol. I hear enough hip hop and rap in my neighborhood. I want music with words that can be sung and does not degrade people.
I really enjoyed when Adam sang the song, ” If I can’t have you”– I had always heard this song from the Bee Gees Album and enjoyed it. However, I reallly liked the style in which Adam sang it.
Nana, please thank your father for his service during WW2. My father died 12 years ago and he was in the Philippines and Guadalcanal during WW2 ( He would have been 89 years old this next month).. Thank you for your short version of your father’s trip to DC.
Harm, yes, you brought back memories with the Fisher-Price dog pull toy.

Rodney Ho

September 28th, 2009
4:42 pm

Deep apologies for the lateness of this post. Finished my move over the weekend. Had a breaking story in the morning, then a lunch date, then issues with my computer. So here is what I gleaned in a new blog entry from Paris Bennett. It’s not much, I’m sorry to say. I wish I had more but there’s a reason why she’s been so off the radar screen compared to most others from the Class of 2006.

Harriett

September 28th, 2009
4:42 pm

Uh oh. No time to advance my argument here, but I have to say that Kris could not carry John Denver’s guitar strap, talent-wise, IMHO. Elaine, thanks for the post. I wish I could hang around to discuss. We’ve been

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Weezzy7

November 4th, 2009
8:24 am

MELINDA DOOLITTLE IN HER FIRST-EVER NIGHTCLUB ENGAGEMENT

NOVEMBER 17 – 21, NEW YORK CITY

FEINSTEIN’S AT LOEWS REGENCY, the nightclub proclaimed “Best of New York” by New York Magazine, will debut MELINDA DOOLITTLE in her first-ever nightclub engagement from November 17 – 21. The “American Idol” finalist will perform an intimate evening of jazz standards, pop hits and Broadway classics, in addition to selections from her CD, Coming Back To You. All shows are at the Regency Hotel (540 Park Avenue at 61st Street). For ticket reservations and club information, please call (212) 339-4095 or visit feinsteinsatloewsregency.com and TicketWeb.com.

elcondado

November 7th, 2009
1:53 am

Go see Melinda in New York if you can. She sings her heart and soul out. Catch her CD, Coming Back To You, if you haven’t already gotten it….then you will know for sure that you don’t want to miss an opportunity to see her in person.