Davon Fleming has gone from soulfully belting his way to TV stardom to working for the city, though this isn’t any odd job.
It was more than just a solid showing for Davon Fleming, the Park Heights native who nearly made it into the finals of NBC’s “The Voice” this season.
Baltimore native Davon Fleming belted his way into another round on the national televised singing competition “The Voice” last night, with a crucial assist from viewers.
A 25-year-old Park Heights gospel singer was an instant standout on last night’s episode of NBC’s singing competition show “The Voice,” belting out a pristine, soulful rendition of Amy Winehouse’s “Me and Mr. Jones.”
All fiction is based in some reality, right?
Tomorrow morning will be crabby for those on the Loyola University Maryland quad, where Al Roker and company are stopping by to film an episode of the “Today” show.
Crew members from a chaotic NBC game show co-produced by LeBron James stopped through Baltimore today to do some filming.
NBC has decided the world needs another chance to watch the broadcast of its live musical rendition of John Waters’ “Hairspray” right after Christmas.
When the Today Show’s Matt Lauer announced on Wednesday that the trial of a Charleston, South Carolina, police officer involved in the death of Walter Scott received a mistrial, viewers may have been surprised to see Baltimore on the screen.