Question by Sid: What songs did the boys sing on american idol the past two weeks?
There was one song that one of the boys sang this week or last week that I thought was good, but I forgot the name of it, could someone link the song list for the guys for the past two weeks? I don’t have iTunes (nor do I want to) so don’t tell me iTunes please.
Answer by jmhjmh02 This was from this week.
David Archuleta — Phil Collins “Another Day in Paradise”
Luke Menard — Wham “Wake Me Up Before You Go Go”
Jason Castro — Various Artists “Hallelujah”
David Hernandez — Meatloaf “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now”
Michael Johns — Simple Minds “Don’t You Forget About Me”
Danny Noriega — Soft Cell “Tainted Love”
David Cook — Lionel Richie “Hello”
Chikezie — Whitney Houston “All the Man that I Need”
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Grand Central turns 100 in 2013 and the New York Transit Museum is starting the party early with its 11th Annual Holiday train Show! In a brand new layout built by Lionel, model Metro-North and New York Central trains depart from a miniature GCT on a 34′ long two level "O" gauge layout. Vintage model trains from the Museum’s collection and New York Central Railroad posters from the 1920s – 1940s are also on display.
The show, at the Transit Museum’s annex at Grand Central, runs from November 21, 2012, through February 10, 2013.
Photo: Metropolitan Transportation Authority / Patrick Cashin.
Marx Trains : The Easter Bunny’s Surprise — Click “more info” for more information about this video — Original and custom painted Marx 6″ tin trains are used with imperfect editing trickery and a quirky plot, in the spirit of the early cartoons and silent films, to tell a silly Easter story. Most of the Marx trains in this clip were made from 1936 to the 1950’s. The Green CV and the Grey CV with tender are custom repaints as a salute to some very rare Marx pieces. Almost all the accessories, track, switches and transformers are Marx. The plaster houses and composition Trico figures are prewar “Made in Japan” accessories. The Easter Bunnies and Chicks are from The Old Country Gift Shop – 355 Roncesvalles Ave, a nice German chocolate shop. If you’d like to know more about Marx trains please ask me, or visit the Marx community on the net at groups.yahoo.com JohnP, Toronto Video Rating: 4 / 5
The “Toy Train Expo” is an annual community event held during a holiday weekend, in the historic Victorian Park Place building in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Model trains of all sizes are set up and operated, the purpose being to allow the public to see a lot of different trains they would not other be able to see without driving a long distance. Unlike most train shows, there are NO sales tables. The entire exhibit is 95% percent operating displays, plus about 5% static displays. The proceeds from the admission donation, are donated to the Preservation Williamsport organization. ~~~ All footage in this web video (with the exception of about 20 seconds) was originally RECORDED by Bruce Huffman — and is excerpted with his permission, from his 2-hour DVD showing the 2001, 2003, 2005, 2006, and 2007 shows. ~~~~~~~~ LINKS: * Pt. 1/3: youtube.com – This shows scenes mainly from 2007 displays * Pt. 2/3: (this video) – This shows scenes from 2007, 2006, 2005, & 2003 displays. * Pt. 3/3: youtube.com – This shows scenes mainly from 2003 & 2001 displays. At the end, there is also a 3 minute talk by the founder of this show, Will Huffman. * ToyTrainExpo.org – official Toy Train Expo website. * http – Preservation Williamsport website. ~~~~~~~~ All video used was originally RECORDED by Bruce Huffman. This video was assembled 11/03/2009 by James R. Ingram (aka Track2.com, aka RailVideos.org, aka JamesRobertIngram.com).
This is my new MTH Santa Fe F3 ABBA with an awesome stainless finish. This locomotive is gorgious and is what I consider one of the most iconic locomotives ever built. Enjoy, and feel free to ask question, leave comments, and tell me what you think! Video Rating: 5 / 5