May 17th, Idol Star, Ann Marie Boskovich and Stevie Scott

It's American Idol Week her on the HerInsight network and I have the priveledge of interviewing two talented and exciting Idol guests! What mindset must these young, talented artists maintain to make it through to Hollywood and continue toward such fabulous careers?

If you're an Idol fan give the show a call and ask your questions - what fun!

Ann Marie Boskovich

Ann Marie Boskovich says, - I don't have a choice! I was born with music in my soul. I never chose this profession.. it chose me. When I sing and perform I feel ALIVE... To me there's no greater feeling in the world than getting lost in a song and letting it carry you away to that special place. I hope to be able to do that with my music. I'm the middle child of five kids and I found attention through music. My mom claims I sang before I talked-might need footage to believe that one! : ) When I was five years old I sang "Over The Rainbow" at my great-grandmother's funeral. We used to sing that song together and so it was a very special moment for me. I learned that my voice was a gift I could use to share with others. I grew up putting on shows all the time for my family with my little brother Anthony (my top friend) so I feel like I've been performing my whole life. I am 24 years old, pursuing my career as a singer/songwriter in Nashville. I come from a farming family and vividly remember driving with my dad in his truck as a kid learning all his favorite, classic songs... especially Patsy Cline. He used to sneak me into bars on karaoke night in the Salinas Valley town of Gonzales, where I won my first grand prize. I sang everywhere from church, to school, to sporting events, to charity events, to weddings, to restaurants, to musical theater etc... My mom told me to never turn down a gig- why is your mom ALWAYS right?! In school, I spent a lot of time writing down lyrics in all of my notebooks- songwriting was becoming an obsession. When I visited Nashville on a writing trip, I fell in love with music city and knew this was where I wanted to be. A few months later, I packed up my car and made the move only knowing one person.. Kris Bergsnes aka Mayor of Music Row(also on my top friends). I'd always read about my favorite artists moving to Nashville and never did drive back- it's definitely challenged me to become a stronger singer, writer, musician and artist. Hope you enjoy my music and thank you so much for visiting my page! Oh and I hate being the annoying person who tells you about all the cool things I've done, but, my mom said I should... I've had the privilege of sharing the stage with David Foster, Kenny G., Peter Cetera, Philip Bailey, Brian McKnight, Richard Marx, and KC and The Sunshine Band. I've opened for one of my favorite female country artists, Deana Carter. I've played roles such as Maria in "West Side Story", Peter in "Peter Pan, Dorothy in "The Wizard of Oz", Sarah in "Guys And Dolls" and Joanne in "Godspell". I've been very blessed to record songs for many amazing songwriters, including Diane Warren. I'd like to thank all of these people for everything they've taught me. "Let the madness in the music get to you, life ain't so bad at all." - Michael Jackson


Stevie Scott

Stevie Scott's Personal Bio.I have 2 boy names. I like to eat grilled cheese sandwiches on whole wheat bread. I make my own music videos at stop lights in my rear-view mirror. I have been surrounded by amazing friends and fans whose encouragement keeps me going some days. I don't usually sing in the shower. I'm afraid of the dark. I love baking. I know that God created me with a purpose, that's why I'm driven to follow my heart and my dreams. I love sunsets because they're never the same. I like the outdoors but I hate hate hate bugs. I'm emotional. I wish coffee flowed like water. I am a nerd at heart. I love to love. I talk alot when I get nervous. I used to have an outtie belly button. Not sure where it went but one day I realized it was gone and I have an innie now. I think I may have ADD. I hate generalizations. I love wearing high heels. I'm not afraid to try new things. I'm left handed and I get annoyed when the little pen at the grocery store has a 5" chain on it on the right said to prevent lefties from using it. Yes, I dare you to try it. Impossible. I love to my self alot. You have to or else there's no fun in being weird. I'm not very good at sports but I'll try darn hard. It's hard to find pants that don't imply I'm waiting for a flash flood. Dirty socks on the floor is one of my biggest pet peeves. I can be over-imaginative and over-dramatic. I think that's how I am able to write songs. I'm a California girl born-&-bred. It makes me happy knowing you like my music or that you felt something from it. That's why I do what I do.

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