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Tougher challenge for Bamboo

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BAMBOO. “It’s rare to find an original voice.”

Bamboo never saw himself working in the music industry. He explains, “When I was a kid, I sang and got a little money out of it—but, it was never my dream. I was resistant to music.” Music found him, however—and grew on him.

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‘American Idol,’ ‘The Voice’ finale ratings drop

Ryan Seacrest, right, announces Caleb Johnson the winner at the American Idol XIII finale at the Nokia Theatre at L.A. Live on Wednesday, May 21, 2014, in Los Angeles. AP

A sharp decline in viewers for the season finales of “The Voice” and “American Idol” this week raises the question of whether music competition shows on television are fading out.

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Gwen Stefani to coach season 7 of ‘The Voice’

In this Saturday, April 26, 2014 file photo, Gwen Stefani attends the one year anniversary celebration of Hakkasan Las Vegas, in Las Vegas. NBC announced on Tuesday, April 29, 2014, that Stefani will be a coach on "The Voice" next season. Stefani will join Adam Levine, Black Shelton and another previously announced new coach, Pharrell Williams, on the singing contest's seventh edition. AP

NBC says Gwen Stefani will be a coach on “The Voice” next season.

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It’s nearly that time again

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THERE are five things to keep in mind in any audition. FACEBOOK PHOTO

“The Voice of the Philippines” and its baby sister show, “The Voice Kids,” are in the process of holding auditions for artists who want to join the competition. Kids will hold Blind Auditions (where they’ll be performing for the singers that will be their coaches—only three this time, not four) in March while the grown-ups will have theirs in June.

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Mitoy, Janice rock ‘The Voice’ compilation

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YONTING, JAVIER, DE GUZMAN AND PEREZ. Substance over flashy theatrics

The success of the local edition of “The Voice” is instructive in a lot of ways, so we’re happy that the popular talent search has released three compilation albums—featuring its Top 14, the Final Four, and big winner Mitoy Yonting—that celebrate talent over looks, and substance over flashy theatrics.

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