Colton American Idol

March 29, 2012 by staff 

Colton American Idol, The remaining nine American Idol contestants are shown in Los Angeles, Calif. Wednesday night’s guest mentor was Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks.
Randy Jackson knew, in his heart of hearts, that if he kept repeating, season after season, that this was the best season EVER – one of these times he would be right. On Wednesday night Randy Jackson was finally right.

Even the American idol contestants who were bad were only bad in comparison to great – and there was greatness on the stage more than once. Not surprisingly, the premiere of the season’s trio of trios did not quite make it into the stratosphere of greatness, although they are a vast improvement over the larger group performances. Perhaps the best of the three, and no – it’s not just because Phillip Phillips was in the group – was probably the compilation of songs by Fleetwood Mac by Colton Dixon, Elise Testone, and Phil.

Colton Dixon: Colton made claims a few weeks ago that American Idol advised him to tone down his religious rhetoric. So this week, Colton chose to sing his favorite “worship” song, Lifehouse’s “Everything,” and performed the rock band’s song with all the fervor of a preacher, falling to his knees. Afterward, he was near tears when he told Ryan Seacrest that “my God is my everything.” Hmmm, apparently the tone-it-down suggestion got as much traction with Colton as Tommy Hilfiger’s suggestion last week that he change his hair. What Colton’s performance lacked in melody and range it made up for in passion. B

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