Here are some Song Suggestions for the Top 8 American Idol Contestants for “The Music of The Motor City” on Wednesday, March 27, 2013. These are songs about the City of Detroit.
There is one popular song from the legendary rock band Journey about South Detroit entitled: “Don’t Stop Believin” that one of the contestants could sing. The song was the Most Downloaded Song of the 20th Century. “Can’t Tame the Lion” is another song about Detroit by Journey.
American Idol contestants would have to select from the song list though: Here are some song suggestions for the Top 8 American Idol contestants:
- Lazaro Arbos – “Living for the City’ by Stevie Wonder
- Kree Harrison – “I’m Eighteen” by Alice Cooper
- Candice Glover – ‘Aint No Mountain High Enough” by Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
- Janelle Arthur – “You Keep Me Hangin’ On, by “The Supremes
- Burnell Taylor – “What’s Going On” by Marvin Gaye
- Amber Holcomb – “Don’t Play that Song” by Aretha Franklin
- Devin Velez – “Yellow Brick Lord” by Eminem
- Angie Miller – “Cloud Nine” by The Temptations
There are still many songs for “The Music of The Motor City” American Idol theme
- “Give Me Just a Little More Time” by Chairmen of the Board
- “Fell in Love With a Girl” by The White Stripes
- “Uptight (Everything’s Alright)” by Stevie Wonder
- “Son Of Detroit” by Kid Rock
- “Renaissance State of Mind” by Ro Spit & Monica Blaire
- “The Old Stuff” by Garth Brooks
- “Made in Hockeytown” by Red Wings
- “I Care About Detroit” by Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
- “It’s Been A Long Time” by Meyer Hawthorne
During the results show on Thursday, March 28, American Idol would reveal the Top 7 American Idol contestants. It will also celebrate its 450th episode. 7th place- finalist Colton Dixon would also perform live on the American Idol stage.
After the elimination of Paul Jolley last episode, who would be voted off on March 28? Check back to know the results on the American Idol 2013 show.