Idol Chatter with Randy Jackson
"American Idol" judge Randy Jackson was in town today to promote heart health for the American Heart Assocation, but he couldn't avoid "Idol" chatter.
Starting with my question: Could Fox bring "American Idol" auditions here? This is what he said:
After his appearance on "Fox 19 In The Morning" today, Jackson and I talked about "American Idol" and his new album, "Randy Jackson’s Music Club, Vol. 1" due out March 11.
http://www.iknowdiabetes.org/ web site. He was diagnosed with the disease six years ago, after the first "American Idol" season. He came here to do publicity with fellow diabetic Harry Moore, 58, of Oakley, one of three people selected from a national campaign to tape a TV public service announcement with him in November. You can see it at the web site.
"These two girls didn’t get much of a chance, but they're talented… They chose really rough songs. You never now who's going to make it. Once you hear "Welcome to
--What's different this season:
--His take on this year's cast:
"This is one of the strongest seasons we've ever had. It could be the best top 10 -- potentially – if
--His new album due out March 11, the first day the 12 "American Idol" finalists sing:
"I wanted to do some music I could have fun with. And Paula Abdul and I have been talking about doing something together for a long time… I play on about half of it. It's an autobiographical compilation of sorts. There's a blues song, a rock song, a hip hop song and R&B. There's like every flavor of every rainbow on this record. It's all the music I've experienced in my life growing up.
"It's a fun record. Hopefully people will like it. And there will be multiple singles from this record."