I’ll hold off on the Carly Smithson interview – in which she didn’t get as snippy with me as she did with the Tacoma reporter when I dared mention that OTHER band. “I’m part of We are the Fallen,” she said, a couple of times. End of story. It might get more of a traffic bang tomorrow.
Anyway, Carrie Underwood is coming back to Duluth at the Gwinnett Arena October 27. Billy Currington is one of her openers. Tickets went on sale Saturday. Prices on Ticketmaster are $35.50 to $55.50, not too bad.
The $55.50 seats are already gone. I was able to get some pretty mediocre $45.50 seats (with $10.30 convenience charge) on Ticketmaster. There are $35.50 seats available, too.
- Is Crystal Bowersox acting a wee bit too defensive with her Tweets? She didn’t take kindly to the TMZ story implying she wanted to quit. And now she’s addressing her “haters.”
Crystal Bowersox: Hey now! There’s no room for hate on this page! I’d hug everyone of ya if I could, naysayers, too! Please don’t bash my fellow contestants. We’re all putting our hearts into this. Sometimes the hardest thing to do in life is to greet negativity with positivity. Thanks for all the love and support
- Smart move on Alison Iraheta’s part to latch onto Adam Lambert’s tour, with Orianthi. Unfortunately, Adam is not coming to Atlanta on his first leg but I expect he’ll make it here at some point. No Atlanta dates yet for Kris Allen, either. Ditto with the Ruben/Clay tour. Where’s the ATL love?