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13 Feb
2012

Jennifer Hudson paid tribute to the recently deceased Whitney Houston with a performance of Houston’s “I Will Always Love You.”

Watch it below and let us know what you think. Was it great or did Jennifer imitate Whitney too much?

17 Jun
2011

Jennifer Hudson performed “No One Gonna Love You” on the Late Show with David Letterman.

Watch the video below and pick up her album I Remember Me on iTunes, Amazon MP3, CD

12 May
2011

Jennifer Hudson performed “No Woman No Cry” on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. This is the third performance from the show’s tribute to Bob Marley.

Watch the video below:

13 Feb
2011

Christina Aguilera, Yolanda Adams, Jennifer Hudson, Martina McBride, Florence Welch (Florence and The Machine) all performed a medley of Aretha Franklin’s hits as a tribute to the legendary singer. Check out the video below:

28 Dec
2010

Iconic artists and Chicago natives Common, Lupe Fiasco, Jennifer Hudson, and No I.D. recently collaborated to record the track, “We Can Do It Now,” an ode to their hometown in celebration of the popular series, REPLAY. For a limited time, “We Can Do It Now” is available as a free download at REPLAYtheSeries.com.

“We Can Do It Now” (Listen)

“We Can Do It Now” Inspiration Video

REPLAY has also released an inspiration video for “We Can Do It Now,” featuring Common, Lupe Fiasco, Jennifer Hudson, and No I.D.

Gatorade created REPLAY to restage classic games that ended in controversy – offering athletes a second chance for redemption some 10-15 years later. Gatorade reunites the original teammates and provides them with an 8-week training and nutrition program so they can get back in peak shape and replay their game to settle the score once and for all.

Season III of REPLAY features two South Side Chicago high school basketball teams, the Bloom Township Trojans and the Brother Rice Crusaders. The two teams competed this fall to settle their 2000 super sectional game that decided who would go “downstate” to the Elite 8 and who would go home. The original game ended with a controversial call regarding the game clock, shrouding the final shot in controversy for a decade. A documentary sharing the journey of these athletes and their REPLAY game will be airing throughout the month of December on Fox Sports Net (check REPLAYtheSeries.com or Fox Sports Net for local listings).

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21 Sep
2010

American Express announced today that music sensations Jennifer Hudson, Common, Melanie Fiona, Estelle, and CL Smooth will join John Legend &The Roots as special guests from Terminal 5 in New York City on September 23rd for the “Unstaged: An Original Series from American Express” live-stream concert, directed by filmmaker Spike Lee (Inside Man, Miracle at St. Anna, Malcolm X, Do the Right Thing). The performance will be live-streamed Thursday, September 23 at 9:00PM/ET at www.youtube.com/johnlegendvevo and coincides with the highly anticipated collaborative album release, Wake Up!, from Legend & The Roots, which is available now.

The show represents the second installment of American Express’ “Unstaged” program, which launched in July, and is the latest offering from American Express in partnership with VEVO, the leading online premium music video and entertainment service, and YouTube, to feature five live-stream concerts with some of today’s most talented musicians and directors over the course of the year.

Bringing both the in-concert and at-home viewing experiences to entirely new heights, “Unstaged: An Original Series from American Express” features some of the music industry’s most breakthrough artists playing at landmark venues across the country, while tapping some of today’s most influential filmmakers to direct the live-streams and using digital and social media to connect the online audience to the live shows in unexpected ways.

American Express ® Cardmembers and music enthusiasts can digitally connect to these live music experiences:

o Choose Your Cam: The audience can control their viewing experience throughout the concert by switching between Spike Lee’s main “director stream” and a second camera stream capturing alternative angles of the performance;

o Vote for the “Uncovered Song”: Online viewers can impact one performance of the night through real-time voting, choosing between a set of retrospective songs that weren’t covered on Wake Up!;

o On-line Pre Show: To raise anticipation around the performance, viewers who tune in early to the live-stream can watch a special segment with John Legend & The Roots directed by Spike Lee; and

o Tweet The Band: Further connecting the audience to the artists, fans can send questions to John Legend & The Roots through a special Twitter hashtag, #amexjohnlegend, for a chance to have them answered in an exclusive video segment during the Pre Show.

Cardmembers and music fans will have the opportunity to take a step towards making a difference in the world through Members Project ® from American Express and John Legend’s non-profit organization, the Show Me Campaign. Participants can log on to Members Project ® from American Express where they can learn more about the program and the different ways to get involved, such as volunteering at a local organization, voting for charities to receive funding from American Express, and sharing unique content with friends.

TUNE IN TO www.youtube.com/johnlegendvevo ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 AT 9PM/ET

PRE-SHOW BEGINS AFTER 8:30PM/ET

01 Feb
2010
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Missed The Grammys last night? It’s ok. It was pretty lame, we made some funny comments about it on our Twitter @theaudioperv and we have videos of all the performances. If you liked them, download the original songs on iTunes or Amazon MP3 by clicking on the right. Enjoy the videos.

Lady Gaga opened the Grammys performing “Poker Face” and “Speechless” with Elton John. Check it out below:

Green Day with the American Idiot Musical cast performed “21 Guns”

Beyonce performed “If I Were A Boy” and covered Alanis Morissette’s “You Oughta Know”

Lady Antebellum performed “Need You Now”

Black Eyed Peas performed “Imma Be” and “I Gotta Feeling”

Zac Brown Band w/Leon Russell performed “America The Beautiful” and “Chicken Fried”

Jamie Foxx, T-Pain, Slash, Doug E. Fresh performed “Blame It (On The Alcohol)”

Maxwell with Roberta Flack performed “Pretty Wings” and “Where Is Love”

Taylor Swift performed “Today Was A Fairytale”, “You Belong With Me” and “Rhiannon” (w/Stevie Nicks)

Michael Jackson Tribute with Celine Dion, Jennifer Hudson, Smokey Robinson, Carrie Underwood, Usher and Michael Jackson’s children.

Bon Jovi performed “We Weren’t Born To Follow”, “Who Says You Can’t Go Home”(w/Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles) and “Livin On A Prayer”

Jeff Beck w/Imelda May pay tribute to Les Paul

Andrea Bocelli with Mary J. Blige performed “Bridge Over Troubled Water”

Dave Matthews Band performed “You and Me”

Drake, Lil Wayne, Eminem and Blink 182′s Travis Barker on drums performed a medley of “Forever” and “Drop The World”