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tbs fanatic
09-18-2009, 11:50 AM
I came across the Lucy Walsh video's from RTC on Youtube and started wondering - whatever happened to the winner Crosby Loggins. It seems like that was the last we ever saw of him. I thought he was pretty good although not great. Seems like nothing has happened with him - or have I just missed the boat on him? Now I think about it I haven't really heard about any of the contestants on the show - I thought I'd hear more from Jesse Snyder for sure.

Ive always been a dreamer
09-18-2009, 11:56 AM
I agree, tbsf. It is interesting that pretty much all the contestants have just faded away. Although I think Crosby was talented, to me he just didn't have enough stage presence. I personally thought that Lucy or Jesse Snyder were the most talented and should have been the 2 finalists. Where are they - hard to believe either of them aren't ready for prime time ???

09-18-2009, 12:58 PM
I haven't kept up with the others, but Lucy is involved in a lot of performances though not 20,000 seat concerts. She has a pretty good Blog on MySpace that documents what she's up to.

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09-18-2009, 01:10 PM
Lucy's still doing her thing, just like she did before - playing small clubs in California and working on a debut album. You can go to her official site (http://www.lucywalsh.com) for more info, or her official MySpace (http://www.myspace.com/lucywalsh) to hear some of her songs.

Crosby Loggins got the record deal and has released his album (you can buy it on Amazon.com), but according to his official MySpace, he's still doing the club scene, too. I was actually rooting for him to win over Snider, who seemed to be all shirtless blackflips and no substance. Still, Loggins' stage presence does seem more suited to a coffee house than a concert venue.

Jesse Snider's official MySpace (http://www.myspace.com/jesseblaze) is a joke! He calls himself everything from a comic writer to a voice actor to a semi-pro football player.... music is mentioned as "what he is best known for." Makes me wonder if he was ever really serious about music, or just wanted an easy path to fame. Struggling through playing small clubs hoping to make it in the music business apparently isn't his style.

The assessment: temporary visibility that won't really help your career in the long run, but doesn't hurt it either. I guess it falls into the category of "better temporary exposure than no exposure."

tbs fanatic
09-18-2009, 05:23 PM
Finally - a CD from Crosby Loggins. Well, I hope it does well but I'm guessing it isn't going to shake the world. As for Jesse Snyder - it does sound as though music was not such a big deal to him doesn't it. Interesting.