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January 1st
Noah Sierota - Echosmith

January 6th

January 9th
AJ McLean - Backstreet Boys
Ashley Argota - The Fosters
Nina Dobrev

January 11th
Cody Simpson

January 12th
Ella Henderson
Zayn Malik

January 13th
Liam Hemsworth

January 14th
Dan Schneider

January 15th
Dove Cameron

January 18th
Karan Brar

January 19th
Cam Adler - Tonight Alive
Logan Lerman

January 21st
Booboo Stewart
Toby McDonough - Before You Exit

January 22nd
Ricky Garcia - Forever In Your Mind

January 23rd
Rachel Crow

January 24th
Dylan Riley Snyder

January 25th
Alicia Keys
Robert Ochoa

January 28th
Ariel Winter
Calum Worthy
Nick Carter - Backstreet Boys
Sammi Sanchez

January 31st
Justin Timberlake

Daily News

April 30th, 2004

Be sure to check out the latest Hollywood Update from Raul! Jim Caviezel tells him about his new movie, Bobby Jones – Stroke Of Genius.

Christina Aguilera has announced that she has canceled her entire North American tour. According to her record label, her doctor advised her to take some time off to give her damaged vocal chords time to rest. The first date of the tour was scheduled to occur two weeks from today.

Also, online… A-Teens.com has added new photos from a recent in-store appearance. Unfortunately it looks as if they are still being perceived as a ‘kids’ group, based on the majority of those at the show being younger children.

Today’s the last day you can cash in on a special Toyota promotion! If you test drive their ScionxA, you’ll get a $10 allowance at the iTunes Music Store. Click here for more details.

Tomorrow on the Radio Disney Music Mailbag, you can pick or kick Raven’s new song – Supernatural.


1. Usher: Confessions
4. Various Artists: Now 15 2
7. Jessica Simpson: In This Skin
15. Janet Jackson: Damita Jo 11
25. Hanson: Underneath DEBUT
33. Britney Spears: In The Zone 6
34. Beyonce: Dangerously In Love 10
43. Hillary Duff: Metamorphosis 9
93. Soundtrack: The Cheetah Girls 14
98. Various Artists: Now 14 17

Jim Caviezel

April 30th, 2004

Raul talks to Jim Caviezel about his new movie, Bobby Jones – Stroke Of Genius.

Raul: I asked Jim if he was much of a golfer before the movie.

Jim: It was a lot of practice. I’ve never practice golf, I am not a golfer, but it has brought my interest into the game. To this day people look at me and they say ‘oh you play golf?’ and I just say ‘No, I play Bobby Jones’.

Raul: So do you have any stories about shooting the movie in Georgia?

Jim: We were in Atlanta, and this gentlemen comes up to me and asks me ‘Where you from?’ and I said ‘From the Northwest. Seattle Washington, just north of there’. And he says ‘Well your not from the south?’. I said ‘No’ and he asked if I play golf so I said ‘No, i’ve never played before’. And he says ‘you don’t talk like your from the south, your not from the south, and you don’t play golf. How are you going to play Bobby Jones?’ I just said ‘Look man, I’m an actor, that’s my what I do.’ and he just walked off. I’d love to know what this guy thinks of the movie now.

Daily News

April 29th, 2004

GMA Report
By Derek Bruner

The final day of GMA week has now come and gone and what a week it was! First off, I’d like to say thank you to all of those who made this week such a huge success. Andy Argyrakis (for letting me tag along to his interviews and for his help with photos and wisdom! Check out his site at andyargyrakis.com, the Staff and publicity team of GMA, and Tommy!

I began the day acquiring some info from Michelle Williams. Most of you know her as 1/3 of the pop supergroup Destiny’s Child. She has also just released her new album “Do You Know.” Michelle commented on how proud she was of Beyonce and Kelly’s solo projects, but that she was very excited about the upcoming October release of the new Destiny’s Child album.

Next I caught up with ZOEgirl (who was being escorted around GMA by none other than my beautiful girlfriend Bridget who you
can see in the photo with the girls). The big news in their camp is the upcoming wedding of Chrissy Conway in just a few weeks.

The big event of GMA happened last night, the 35th annual GMA Awards (Dove Awards). Former football great Deion Sanders and Elektra Records artist Yolanda Adams hosted the event. Big winners included Stacie Orrico for female vocalist, Jeremy Camp
for New Artist and Male Vocalist, and Switchfoot for Rock Contemporary Album of the Year and Rock Recorded Song of the Year.

Highlights included performances from Smokie Robinson, Newsboys, Third Day, and Mercy Me. We were treated to a video from Bono as he discussed the need to help the Aids crisis in Africa through DATA. Guest appearances by nighttime radio host Delilah, pop superstar Michelle Williams, and actor Stephen Baldwin further strengthened GMA’s attempt to bring the awards to a broader audience. (The awards will be broadcast May 28th at 8 PM Eastern on UPN).

I had a great week covering the events for the best pop website on the planet, Tommy2.net. I hope I’ll have another opportunity like this soon!

(To view pictures from the final day, click here.)

The iTunes Music Store has added a new Radio Charts feature supported by Radio & Records. You can now view the complete charts of your favorite Radio Station. Just select your market, then your station. All that’s left is to double-click on the song in the chart to buy it. This is some amazing stuff… you so have to check it out to see how unique this feature is. Also, the IMS has announced they’ll be giving a free song away each day. Yesterday’s was My Hero by Foo Fighters, today it’s “Take Me Away” by Avril Lavigne. Here’s the ‘free music’ download listing for the next week!!! (Please note, you need to set up and account for free downloads).

Friday – Courtney Love
Saturday – Annie Lennox
Sunday – Jane’s Addiction
Monday – Counting Crows
Tuesday – Renee Fleming
Wednesday – Nelly Furtado

Nikki Cleary has been confirmed as an opening act at two of Aaron Carter’s shows the first week of June. More news to come!

As for tour dates here’s the complete Hanson Underneath Tour 04!

July 5 Myrtle Beach, SC House of Blues
July 6 Atlanta Tabernacle
July 8 Washington DC Warner Theater
July 10 Philadelphia TBD
July11 Dewey Beach, DE Bay Center
July 14 New York Irving Plaza
July 16 New York Irving Plaza
July 17 Lancaster, PA American Music Theater
July 19 Hyannis, MA Cape Cod Melody Tent
July 20 Hampton Beach Hampton Beach Casino
July 22 Boston, MA Avalon
July 24 Cincinnati Bogarts
July 27 Nashville Ryman
July 28 Indianapolis Egyptian Room
July 30 Detroit, MI State Theatre
July 31 Chicago, IL Navy Pier
Aug 2 Minneapolis, MN Quest
Aug 5 Kansas City, Uptown Theater
Aug 7 Tulsa Cain’s Ballroom

Also, the American Idol Summer dates have been confirmed. All tickets go onsale May 22nd at 10am.

July 14 Salt Lake City, UT – Delta Center
July 16 Portland, OR – Rose Garden
July 17 Everett, WA -Everett Events Center
July 20 Fargo, ND – Fargodome
July 21 St. Paul, MN – Xcel Energy Center
July 22 Milwaukee, WI – Bradley Center
July 24 Ames, IA – Hilton Coliseum
July 25 Moline, IL – Mark of the Quad Cities
July 27 Grand Rapids, MI – Van Andel Arena
July 28 Detroit, MI – Joe Louis Arena
July 29 Cleveland, OH – The Convocation Center
July 31 Columbus, OH – Value City Arena
Aug 1 Indianapolis, IN – Conseco Fieldhouse
Aug 3 Evansville, IN – Roberts Stadium
Aug 4 Cincinnati, OH – US Bank Arena
Aug 5 Chicago, IL – United Center
Aug 7 Omaha, NE – Qwest Center
Aug 10 Grand Prairie, TX – Nokia at Grand Prairie
Aug 11 New Orleans, LA – New Orleans Arena
Aug 13 North Little Rock, AR – ALLTEL Arena
Aug 14 Nashville, TN – Gaylord Entertainment Center
Aug 15 Atlanta, GA – Philips Arena
Aug 17 Sunrise, FL – Office Depot Center
Aug 18 Jacksonville, FL – Veterans Memorial Arena
Aug 20 Columbia, SC – Colonial Center
Aug 21 Winston-Salem, NC – LJVM Coliseum
Aug 22 Washington, DC – MCI Center
Aug 24 Worcester, MA – Worcester’s Centrum Centre
Aug 27 Philadelphia, PA – Wachovia Center
Aug 28 Hartford, CT – Hartford Civic Center
Aug 29 E. Rutherford, NJ – Continental Airlines Arena
Aug 31 Long Island, NY – Nassau Coliseum
Sept. 2 Albany, NY – Pepsi Arena
Sept. 4 Wilkes-Barre, PA – Wachovia Arena
Sept. 5 Hershey, PA – GIANT Center
Sept. 9 Pittsburgh, PA – Mellon Arena
Sept. 10 Reading, PA – Sovereign Center
Sept. 11 Manchester, NH – Verizon Wireless Arena
Sept. 12 Providence, RI – Dunkin Donuts Center
Sept. 14 Buffalo, NY – HSBC Arena
Sept. 16 Toronto, ON- Air Canada Centre
Sept. 18 Green Bay, WI – Resch Center
Sept. 19 St. Louis, MO – Savvis Center
Sept. 23 Anaheim, CA – Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim
Sept. 24 Bakersfield, CA – Bakersfield Centennial Garden
Sept. 25 Fresno, CA – SaveMart Center
Sept. 26 San Jose, CA – HP Pavilion at San Jose

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