What is it Like to Sing the Anthem at Minute Maid Before an Astros Game
What is it like to sing the anthem to a stadium of people? Houston Life's Melanie Camp caught up with international vocalist and co-founder of Jazz Houston, Belinda Munro, moments after soundcheck to find out what is it like to sing the anthem at Minute Maid before an Astros Game.
Houston singer Dana Monique shines on ‘The voice’ battle rounds
HOUSTON – Third Ward’s powerhouse singer, Dana Monique, continues to impress the coaches on NBC’s “The Voice”On last night’s battle rounds, she went head-to-head with teammate Devan Blake Jones with a duet of “Stuck with You,” by Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber. THE VOICE -- Season: 20 -- Contestant Gallery -- Pictured: Dana Monique -- (Photo by: Chris Haston/NBC) (2020 NBCUniversal Media, LLC.) Stay consistent, stay true to who you are, make the music work for you; that’s what you do, that’s just my process. Dana Monique (Dana Monique)To see Dana Monique’s complete interview, watch the video above. To connect with Dana Monique, click here.
Woodlands singer Zae Romeo gets a 4-chair turn on NBC’s The Voice’
HOUSTON – The Voice Season 20 is underway and Zae Romeo, a 21-year old Woodlands resident, got all 4 coaches to turn their chairs during the blind auditions. Zae Romeo teaching music (Zae Romeo)“I have the most amazing students. Zae Romeo (2020 NBCUniversal Media, LLC)“I struggled a lot with depression and anxiety and just self-esteem issues. To see Zae Romeo’s complete interview, watch the video above. You can check out Zae Romeo’s complete blind audition at the link below.
Houston singer Dana Monique gets a spot on NBC’s ‘The Voice’ Season 20
HOUSTON – There’s a new season of NBC’S The Voice and a 41-year-old Houstonian won a coveted spot on the popular singing competition. Her name is Dana Monique, a former cruise ship headliner, who caught the attention of coaches with her rendition of “Freeway of Love” by Aretha Franklin. THE VOICE -- Season: 20 -- Contestant Gallery -- Pictured: Dana Monique -- (Photo by: Chris Haston/NBC) (2020 NBCUniversal Media, LLC.) Dana Monique performing on a cruise (Dana Monique)Make sure to tune into ‘The Voice’ Monday and Tuesday nights on KPRC 2. To connect with Dana Monique, click here.
Dustin Diamond, known for playing Screech on ‘Saved by the Bell,’ dies at 44
Original “Saved by the Bell” star Dustin Diamond has died at age 44, Entertainment Tonight and CNN report. BREAKING: Dustin Diamond has died at age 44. https://t.co/BWYN3PjGJk — Entertainment Tonight (@etnow) February 1, 2021“We are saddened to confirm of Dustin Diamond’s passing on Monday, February 1st, 2021 due to carcinoma,” the statement shared with Entertainment Tonight reads. Diamond, best known for playing Screech on the hit ’90s sitcom, was hospitalized earlier this month in Florida. Ad“Saved by the Bell” aired from 1989 to 1993, and its spinoffs included “Saved by the Bell: The College Years” and “Saved by the Bell: The New Class,” both of which Diamond starred in. Diamond has been sued several times for delinquent taxes and in foreclosure proceedings for missing mortgage payments.