10 Songs, 31 Minutes


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5 out of 5

6 Ratings

6 Ratings

Amazingly Luscious


Sorry that I am so late to the party (2013). I remember when Justin and Kelly were going toe to toe on American Idol. I wasn't sure why I liked Justin's voice so much better, but "Stranger Things Have Happened" gave me some words to share. JG has this amazing combination of vocal training in it's purest form, joined together with his naturally mellifluous voice (he could sing the phone book).

Justin is an under-appreciated musical artist of our time. Lots of singers can belt out lyrics or trill all over the place, but the voice Justin has cultivated reflects years of dedication to the purest tone and clearest articulation. He conveys every emotion beautifully.

He needs to be in the studio working on his next musical release. His "body of work" needs more material. After he's gone or retired, people will be scratching their heads, wondering why he was ignored by his contemporaries. Someone on the producing end needs to get this guy back on the vocal track.

His voice is breathtaking..


@justinguarini Thank you so much for bringing your music to us all. Your a gift

About Justin Guarini

The runner-up to Kelly Clarkson on Fox TV's first American Idol: The Search for a Superstar competition, curly-haired heartthrob Justin Guarini managed to win the hearts of millions of teenage girls, if not the entire contest. Born in Columbus, GA, Guarini began singing with the Atlanta Boys Choir at the tender age of four, and also performed with an acapella group, Midnight Voices, during high school. He refined his talent further at Philadelphia's University of Arts and at the School for Film & TV in New York CIty. Before entering the American Idol competition, the 23 year-old Doylestown, PA resident worked as a salesman for ADT home security systems and for Cutting Edge Entertainment, which specializes in singers and entertainers for weddings, bar mitzvahs and other gatherings. As one of 10,000 potential American Idols and one of the 10 finalists, Guarini first caught the attention of judges Randy Jackson, Paula Abdul and Simon Cowell with his renditions of "Who's Loving You Now" and "Get Here." On a few occasions it looked like he might not get enough audience votes to continue in the contest, but his strong performances of songs like "Route 66" and "Let's Stay Together" -- not to mention his considerable stage presence -- made him one of the show's two finalists. While he didn't win American Idol's grand prize, Guarini did score a contract with 19 Entertainment, the production company that created the show, and was rumored to appear on a duet on Kelly Clarkson's debut album. To capitalize on Guarini's newfound celebrity, Midnight Voices' 1999 self-titled album was reissued shortly after American Idol: The Search for a Superstar wrapped up. ~ Heather Phares

October 28, 1978