American Idol Alum Ruben Studdard returns with new music in the form of a special tribute. The "Velvet Teddy Bear" celebrates the life of the late, great Luther Vandross, his greatest inspiration and idol, by releasing the tribute album, 'Ruben Sings Luther.' The 10-song offering features covers of classics like 'Never Too Much,' 'Always and Forever,' 'Love Won’t Let Me Wait,' [Read More]
Grammy Award-winning R&B/Soul legend Patti LaBelle announces the release of 'Patti LaBelle and Friends - Home for the Holiday,' due out November 24th and available for pre-order on October 27th. The 14-song album features songs from LaBelle, Vivian Green, Ruben Studdard, Tamela Mann, and introducing Jamar Jones.
[EXCLUSIVE] Ruben Studdard Talks New Album, Performing Live, Honoring Prince, Maintaining His Incredible Voice & More
The Alabama-native followed up with more singles and records and is eager to present this new body of work to fans. His single "Can't Nobody Love You" is out now and his new album When Love Calls Me will arrive on October 28th. Singersroom chatted with the melodic Southern singer about his new single, American Idol, Prince, and so much more. Check out our short Q&A!
Ahead of his appearance on the series finale of “American Idol” this Thursday (April 7), Grammy-nominated “American Idol” winner and America's “Velvet Teddy Bear” Ruben Studdard drops his new single “Can’t Nobody Love You.” Ruben is known to channel the vibes of the late smooth crooner Luther Vandross, but for this song, he’s taken on the aura of another soul [Read More]
Tomorrow on “American Idol,” Ruben Studdard and Fantasia Barrino will join several other past winners and fan favorites on the show as both mentors and performers...
Ruben Studdard says he lost weight in 2008, but it wasn't for him. It was for other people. Owning the fact that he had to want this for himself, "The Biggest Loser" reality competition star and "American Idol" winner broke down his truth with Billboard Tuesday.
Ruben Studdard feels completely new following "The Biggest Loser" (NBC). According to Studdard, performing is much easier now that he has lost over 100 pounds.
Do you still eat bacon? Wendy Williams took it there when she sat down with "The Biggest Loser" star and recording artist Ruben Studdard last week.
âMeant To Be,â a soulful, jazzy track, produced by David Foster, is the lead offering from Ruben Studdardâs forthcoming album, Unconditional Love.
Ruben Studdard back on a reality TV show, The Biggest Loser, placing him in millions of households as he attempts to regain control of his body and music career.