Tuesday Tunes-“The Voice” Finale

NBC’s singing competition “The Voice” will declare the season four winner tonight at the end of the live show 9/8 Central.  Last night,  The Swon Brothers and Danielle Bradbery from team Blake and Michelle Chamuel  from team Usher sang three songs in hopes of winning over America one last time.  The show not only has a unique format but factors in the amount of iTunes downloads of a singer’s performance with other forms of voting.

Danielle has a mature innocence that might translate into endorsements or television work in addition to singing.  Michelle has a loveable quirkiness with a unique relationship with Usher that creates magic.  The Swon Brothers have a likeability factor where trust and believability in who they are emanates from their brotherly bond.

Tune into tonight for “the Voice” finale to find out who America voted for and to celebrate an end of a season that saw Shakira and Usher as two new coaches.

Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera will return with Blake Shelton and Adam Levine as coaches for the fifth season of “The Voice.”

Tuesday Tunes: Inspiring Music and Musicians-Zach Sobeich

The story of Zach Sobeich and his inspirational story of how he infused songs with his life and thoughts after being diagnosed with terminal cancer is a reminder of valuing every moment.  The video “My Last Days” documenting slices of life that celebrate connection highlight relationships that are truly loving.  Interviews with Zach, his family and girlfriend are such gifts filled with honest unmasked truth.  Their intimate boldness delivered straight into camera is delivered straight to my heart.  “You don’t have to find out you’re dying, to start living.”

His songs from Zach’s band “A Firm Handshake” take on extra special meaning since his years on this earth came to an end yesterday.  Zach chose to be a fighter and deliver some of his story with simple lyrics.

Watch the documentary below: