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Jonathan Groff singing Queen (you’re welcome)

Let Jesse St. James IGNITE your weekend.

If you watched GLEE, you know that Jesse St. James (Jonathan Groff) is the best/most talented character on the show. That’s not an opinion either. That’s COLD HARD FACTS. He had Rachel Berry swooin’ like you wouldn’t believe, but always played hard to get. That’s who Jesse St. James is. The bad boy. Girls wanted him and guys(Mr. Schuster) wanted to be him. A lot of qualities I relate with…….except not at all.

If you need more of Jesse St. James (or just more impressive singing in general) I highly recommend watching Glee on Hulu. Have a great weekend y’all.

-Matt

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The Nobodies Sing The National Anthem

Marvin Gaye. Whitney Houston. Queen Latifah. Entertainment stars singing the national anthem at big time sporting events is a tradition that is as old as time itself. While performing the anthem at the Superbowl or World Series is a huge honor, we feel that the ultimate pat on the back would be singing it for your home country during the Olympics. The Olympic’s may be in Russia this year, but there’s no such thing as being over prepared. When they come back to America, remember this day. For this is the day the Average Nobodies stole the hearts of Americans everywhere. Hit the music!

Anna Christine Will Blow You Away

Hi, y’all know me, Matt Vieira, easy going. America’s Got Talent kicked off season 8 with a bang! 10 year-old, Anna Christine, pumped big sound out of her tiny frame in her rendition of House of the Rising Sun (one of my all-time favorite tunes behind Country Roads).  She absolutely murdered her audition! This girl can belt with the best of ’em. I will boldly say that she could sing anyone on the radio right now under the table with ease.  I am pinning this girl to take the gold for this seasons AGT. I am placing my bets now!

-MattyV

P.S. This girl should do a duet with Adele; they would tear down the house.
P.S.S. I’m pretty sure that at 10 I was still learning to speak.

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