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Chris Daughtry

Chris Daughtry Wants ‘Something Good’ To Spread Like Wildfire

The Huffington Post | Lauren Moraski | Posted 04.18.2016 | Entertainment

Chris Daughtry recently went home to a familiar place: the stage of “American Idol.” The Season 5 contestant was among the crop of stars who grace...

What's Really Behind All Those Village Voice Layoffs

Michael Sigman | Posted 07.19.2013 | Comedy
Michael Sigman

When I heard about Friday's layoffs at the legendary, historic, iconic alt weekly The Village Voice, I Googled "Village Voice + layoffs." It took hour...

'American Idol' Recap: Top 10 Revealed!

Laura Prudom | Posted 05.15.2012 | TV
Laura Prudom

Joining Shannon Magrane in the bottom three were Erika Van Pelt and Elise Testone, because a pretty male face is apparently far more important than vocal range or stage presence.

Jo Piazza

Chris Daughtry: 'Idol' Has Gone Soft

HuffingtonPost.com | Jo Piazza | Posted 11.23.2011 | Celebrity

It's been five years since Chris Daughtry took fourth place on "American Idol" and was catapulted to stardom on the rock scene. He's been pretty bu...

From Philly International to The Berklee College Of Music: A Conversation With Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff

Mike Ragogna | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna

This weekend, the legendary R&B songwriting team will receive honorary doctorates in recognition of the 3500 songs they've produced over their 35-year partnership. In this interview, they reflect on their extraordinary careers.

What The F**K Happened To Rock And Roll? (VIDEO)

Posted 05.25.2011 | Comedy

This is a good question. When did rock become the douchiest genre of music? When did Nickelback, Parachute, The Fray, Chris Daughtry, and Linkin Park ...

HuffPost Review: Daughtry - Leave This Town

Mike Ragogna | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna

The album still kicks its multi-hit, multi-platinum predecessor's ass, alternating between big guitar'd, Creed-inspired grunge-a-longs and country-bred, beer hall breakup ballads across its twelve powerful tracks.

Adam Lambert's "Loss" Due to Homophobia? A Stretch

Paul Katz | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Paul Katz

It's a great spot for Lambert to be in because it brings all the attention to the "problem." I just don't think the "problem" in this case is homophobia.