About

So You Think You Can Dance has become somewhat of a phenomenon in the Reality TV world.  Is it the next American Idol?  We’ll see soon enough.

I started this blog because there was so much So You Think You Can Dance content out there that I wanted to correlate it in one place.  We’ll see how it goes.  Wish me luck and please comment if you find other content that I’m missing.

Read all of the latest updates on SYTYCD at Pure So You Think You Can Dance.

7 Responses to About

  1. duckyxdale says:

    I love that you have a SYTYCD blog and I was hoping you wouldn’t mind pimping the Tour Diaries Correspondents I’m setting up. I have 18 cities covered so far — people will be sending me recaps and pics from the tour and I’ll be posting them on my site. A ton of the TVGuide blog readers are involved and are frequenting the site. I was hoping you wouldn’t mind passing along the information as tomorrow is the start of the tour. Here is a link: http://duckyxdale.blogspot.com/2006/08/calling-all-so-you-think-you-can-dance.html

    Thanks, ducky

  2. Jazline says:

    oh my god i really love the show, i never miss it. But some of my friends was wondering why do you just let older people get a try.On so you think you can dance, younger people have so much talent than older people. I come from Terrell tx and we just love to dance. I kind of fell in love with danceing. So all we asking is can you give young people a try. the show will be a bigger hit than today.

  3. ALM Talkies says:

    I wanted to let you know that Season 4 contestant of SYTYCD, Kourtni Lind, is in an ALM Talkies independent film, a reality thriller called “DIRTY STEP UPSTAGE.”

    The trailer is up here and Kourtni can be seen in a few shots, she looks fantastic!

  4. Carrie says:

    Hi!

    The Knicks City Dancers are officially holding open auditions for anyone that has what it takes to rock the floor at Madison Square Garden. Courtney Galiano, former Knicks City Dancer and “So You Think You Can Dance” contestant, will be sitting next to Shane Sparks, choreographer and judge on “SYTYCD” at the auditions. They will be watching the talent that will fight for a spot on the Knicks City Dancers squad.
    Think you’re good enough? Show up ready to go on Sunday, June 28th @ Madison Square Garden!
    For more information about the audition, go here: http://blogs.msg.com/themonitor/2009/06/09/courtney-galiano-and-shane-sparks-want-to-see-your-best-moves/

    Thanks, and please share with your readers!
    (email me for image)

  5. tristen says:

    I just wanted to pass along the awesome new video by Lucy Schwartz – which was choreographed by the amazing Sonya Tayeh of So You Think You Can Dance.

    The video for “Graveyard” is currently rotating on MTVU.com, check it out here:
    http://www.mtvu.com/music/the-freshmen/week-of-09-27-10/.

    Feel free to feature/embed the video on your site!

    Thanks much!
    Tristen

    NY POST TAPS LUCY SCHWARTZ AS 2011 GRAMMY CONTENDER, LIFE IN LETTERS AVAILABLE NOW, “GRAVEYARD” VIDEO ON MTVU.COM

    LUCY SCHWARTZ’s new album LIFE IN LETTERS is now available, on the heels of last night’s packed LA release party featuring performances with friends Landon Pigg, Aqualung, The Rescues, Lady Danville & Nina Storey. Also released today is Schwartz’s video for “Graveyard”, the first single from Life in Letters. The video features Lucy performing a dance choreographed by Sonja Tayeh from So You Think You Can Dance, and is directed by Claire Carre (Sufjan Stevens, Sia, Brett Dennen). 

    The clip is up for this week’s MTVU Best Freshmen Video. You can watch the “Graveyard” video and vote now at http://www.mtvu.com/music/the-freshmen/week-of-09-27-10/.

    Building on the momentum of a critically embraced EP and appearances on the Tonight Show and the Lilith Tour,  Life in Letters establishes 20-year-old Schwartz as a major talent, big and bright and bursting with energy. The NY Post named Schwartz as a contender for the 2011 Best New Artist Grammy in today’s Grammy Grabs feature. (Read the full list here).  LA Weekly called her arrangements smart; “she brings a spectacular whimsy to everything she does, adding ukulele or a capella harmonies where you’d least expect them, cranking up every emotion into surround sound. Lucy is an L.A. original. There’s so much joie de vivre in her music, she’s written no less than two songs – ‘Graveyard’ and ‘Shadow Man’ – about what it takes to feel truly alive.”
     
    Lucy Schwartz is an emerging artist who uses her imagination to deeply engage with the world. And Life in Letters challenges that world to engage with her the same way. True, you already knew that voice. But thanks to Life in Letters, you’ll now remember her name. 

    October Tour Dates:
    10 Los Angeles, CA – The El Rey *
    12 Hermosa Beach, CA – Saint Rocke
    13 San Diego, CA – Winston’s *
    16 San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall *
    17 Eugene, OR – Wow Hall
    19 Bend, OR – Silver Moon
    20 Portland, OR – The Aladdin Theater *
    21 Seattle, WA – The Crocodile *

    * opening for The Weepies

    Please let me know if you’d like a review copy of Life in Letters, guest list for an upcoming show, or interview time with Lucy.

    “Graveyard” Video: http://www.mtvu.com/video/?vid=560287
    LIFE IN LETTERS On iTunes: http://bit.ly/ac4Gmw
    Free Download of “Graveyard” MP3: http://www.myspace.com/lucysong

    http://www.myspace.com/lucysong
    http://lucyschwartzmusic.com/

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