On last night's (March 20) episode of Season 12 of 'American Idol,' the Top 9 contestants were tasked with performing songs by the Beatles. The theme continued tonight (March 21), as Season 10 contestant Casey Abrams, who was a fan and judge favorite when he competed, returned to the stage with his standup bass to perform a jazzy, bluesy, smoky version of 'I Saw Her Standing There.'
Casey Abrams, the scruffy and bearded fan fave who earned the sole judge's save during Season 10 of 'American Idol' thanks to his neo-jazzy ways, talks about his brand new single 'Get Out' in this exclusive vignette that we are premiering today. One word peppered Abrams' discussion of the song over and over again: "easy."
Casey Abrams can now call Paul McCartney "labelmate." The hirsute sixth-place finisher in last year's 'American Idol' competition has inked a deal with Concord Music Group, which is home to former Beatle McCartney as well as Carole King and Rush.
Queen's bar anthem 'Fat Bottomed Girls' got the 'American Idol' treatment tonight courtesy of Jack Black and the often enigmatic Casey Abrams.
Black, who is mostly known for his comedic roles in major Hollywood comedies, actually has a musical background and even has his own parody band Tenacious D, so it wasn't a surprise to see Black belt out the upbeat paean to curvy gals.
Casey Abrams may have been kicked off 'American Idol' last week, but that doesn't mean we won't see anymore of him. His quirky personality, dark humor and expertise at the upright bass has made him an 'Idol' cast-off favorite, with high potential for a jazzy, rock laden music career.
He may have earned the season's sole save from the judges a few weeks back, but there was no saving bushy-haired, growly-voiced singer Casey Abrams this week. Abrams was officially eliminated from the competition on tonight's episode.
Casey Abrams should be the new spokesman for Head & Shoulders dandruff shampoo. Why, you ask? Because the ever-quotable Steven Tyler proclaimed "You made my scalp itch, it was so good" after Abrams performed Carole King's 'Hi-De-Ho,' which was popularized by Blood, Sweat and Tears. Scalp irritation aside, Tyler commended Abrams for knowing how to work the stage, which he did proficiently during his performance.
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