On The Show Today
Nov 09 2012
What's next for the Republican Party?
DAVID FRUM - TheDailyBeast.com
David Frum is a contributing editor at the Daly Beast and Newsweek, a CNN Contributor, and an author
BILLY DEAN - BillyDean.com
Billy's new album "A Man of Good Fortune" is out now
A native of Quincy, Florida, Billy was raised appreciating the value of music and has a diverse array of musical influences. After attending college on a basketball scholarship, Billy moved to Nashville in 1983 and by 1990 had recorded his first Top 5 Hit "Only Here For A Little While". Since then, Billy has transcended genres with his unique repertoire earning numerous awards, including: The Academy of Country Music's Song of the Year "Somewhere In My Broken Heart", ACM New Male Vocalist of The Year, BMI Pop Awards, BMI Song Awards, BMI Million Air Plays Award, Country Music Television Rising Star Award, NSAI Song of The Year, and a Grammy for a Country Tribute "Amazing Grace". Billy's appeal reaches beyond the music world. He has appeared on numerous television shows as well as made-for TV movies, including: Blue Valley Songbird, A Face to Kill For, Lois & Clark, One Life to Live, Diagnosis Murder, Good Morning America, The Tonight Show, The Montel Show, and many others.
LISA JOHNSON MANDELL - LisaJohnsonMandell.com
Reviews of "Skyfall" and "Lincoln"
Lisa is the Film Critic for Yahoo! Movies
ANTHONY KEARNS - AnthonyKearnsMusic.com
Anthony will perform on "America's Veterans: A Musical Tribute" (Sunday at 7 pm ET on PBS)
Tenor Anthony Kearns is the original founding member of the popular musical group, The Irish Tenors, with whom he has 5 PBS Specials and 10 CDs. When Kearns and the Irish Tenors first burst onto the scene, he was hailed by American critics as the "most likely... to achieve the level of tenor superstardom of Pavarotti."