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American Idol’s Phillip Phillips To Perform At MLB All-Star Game!

July 05, 2012 12:00 PM by Stephanie Gustafson

Phillip Phillips spent the 4th of July singing his heart out in his first public performance since the big surgery. You’d think the American Idol champ might take time to relax and pat himself on the back. But now that Phillips is back on his feet, there’s no stopping him. New up: a performance at the MLB All-Star Game in Kansas City. Keep reading for the details!

Do you miss Phillip Phillips’ amazing voice? Well, you are in for a treat next week. The American Idol winner will once again be singing in front of millions during his on-field performance at the MLB All-Star Game in Kansas City. The special performance will air next Tuesday on FOX.

For his second post-Idol performance, Phillips plans to sing Home, a fan favorite and one of his biggest hits thus far.  During the song, a tribute will play in order to honor the victims of last year’s horrific tornado in Joplin. The tribute will also feature ongoing recovery efforts taking place in Joplin.

Phillip Phillips is certainly not the only big name on the lineup for the MLB All-Star Game. He will be joined by Luke Bryan and Kellie Pickler and the Zac Brown Band. Fellow American Idol alum David Cook will sing the National Anthem the night before at the Home Run Derby.

It’s great to see Phillip Phillips back in the swing of things! Keep your fingers crossed for several additional performances to follow!

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2 Responses to “American Idol’s Phillip Phillips To Perform At MLB All-Star Game!”

  1. Kate Says:
    July 6th, 2012 at 7:22 pm

    This isn’t his song nor his genre; the money makers and stakers are trying to make him into something he is not and something he struggled with throughout American Idol. Let him do his own music…even his rendition of the Home song was so much better than the stylized version performed on the Washington Mall stage.

  2. Mike Says:
    July 13th, 2012 at 9:53 am

    Kinda crappy if you ask me. I’m not a fan of the country style stuff as it is; but really; a mellowed version of some poor song that would have made anyone fall asleep. Where’s tha energy that gets people on their feet? With events like the All Star games and Superbowl, anyone with 1/4 ounce of brain matter should be smart enough to knwo that you don’t bore your audience. The lack of applause should have been a total embarrassment and a wake-up to the chrome-domes that had a hand in that performance and/or song writing.

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