Colton Dixon sang "Hanging by a Moment" by Lifehouse for his audition in Nashville and advanced to Hollywood as a result. A senior at...
Colton Dixon Announces Record Deal, New Single
Are you sitting down, Colton Dixon fans? The seventh-place finisher on American Idol Season 11 has a major announcement to make.
In a new video, the singer says he's been signed by EMI/CMG and will be releasing a new album in the near future. It will include the single "You Are," which Dixon describes here as a "worship song" that he's very excited for supporters to hear.
American Idol Top 7 Performance Night: Soul Singing
Seven finalists. 14 performances.
On last night's American Idol, the remaining contestants sang a pair of tracks each: first, they covered a "Now" single from the year 2000 and beyond. Then, they went with a soul-based "Then" song, tackling artists such as Marvin Gaye and Otis Redding. Relive the latter half of the evening below and then vote on your favorite...
American Idol Top 7 Recap: Who Was the Best?
The American Idol Top Seven performed songs from the last three years last night, and drew mostly praise from the three judges for their contemporary covers.
A couple of singers were still a bit underwhelming, though, making for what should be an interesting, unpredictable results show Thursday evening.
Colton Dixon Will Be Waiting...
If you're lost, American Idol viewers, you can look and you will find Colton Dixon. Time after time.
If you fall, music fans, Colton Dixon will catch you. He will be waiting. Time after time.
Colton Dixon Gives It "Everything" on American Idol
Colton Dixon took a bit of the life out of Lifehouse last night.
The American Idol finalist took to the stage and performed a version of "Everything," trying his best to milk emotion from the ballad (and even shedding a few tears after it was over), but really just coming across as - dare we say it? - boring overall.
Colton Dixon: Totally The (Piano) Man!
American Idol may have come into sharper focus on the men's side last night, as two competitors stood out from all else on a night that honored Billy Joel.
There was Phillip Phillips, who stuck to what he does best in strumming his guitar along to a stripped down version of "Moving On."