Sunday, March 23, 2008

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Saturday, March 22, 2008

With two live CD/DVD's, over ten singles, and millions of record sales worldwide, the band Sum 41 is on tour in support of its latest album, "Underclass Hero". VOA's Larry London sat down with the band’s founder and lead singer, Deryck Whibley, and the group's drummer, Steve Jocz, to discuss the new CD.

During the past five years, Celine Dion balanced her career and personal life by performing a theatrical show in Las Vegas, Nevada. But, as VOA's Mary Morningstar tells us, the Canadian-born singer will travel the world this year to promote her new album, Taking Chances

Drowning Pool's 2001 debut CD, "Sinner", featured Dave Williams, who died in 2002 of heart failure, just a day after performing at Ozzfest. The band's music has appeared in films like "Saw III", "The Punisher", and "The One", starring Jet Li. Drowning Pool stopped by the VOA studios to introduce its new lead vocalist and talk about its latest tour. VOA's Larry London sat down with the band.

Canada has produced many great rock artists over the years. Nickleback, Alanis Morissette, Barenaked Ladies, and Finger Eleven. In 2003, Finger Eleven gained prominence with their hit, "One Thing." The song reached number one in Canada, and the top 20 in the U.S. Finger Eleven returned in 2007 with their release, "Paralyzer." VOA's Larry London caught up with lead singer Scott Anderson and lead guitarist James Black in Washington, D.C.

Singing sensation Harry Connick, Jr., continues to sell millions of records and attract thousands of fans. It Is not only his music that has fans clamoring for more. His performances on TV, in movies and on the Broadway stage keep fans coming back for more. Now, Connick is sharing his success by giving back to the community where he grew up. VOA's Larry London recently chatted with the singer about his multifaceted career.

Seventeen-year-old, Jamaican-bred Sean Kingston has taken the music world by storm. His first single "Beautiful Girls" topped both urban and pop charts. VOA's Larry London caught up with Sean when his tour stopped in Washington.