Are you planning to audition for a season of American Idol? If so then you need to know the American Idol
Tryout Tips and Rules. First, of the American Idol Tryout Tips and Rules is to make sure that you read and memorize the audition information given on www.idolonfox.com.
Please be sure to read the FAQ notes because in this section is important information such as letting you know that not everyone in line may get a chance to audition. Being next in line doesn’t necessarily mean you will get to audition. If time starts to run short the staff personnel might just pick people out of line who look like the fit the part of an American Idol.
I know this doesn’t seem fair just look at this years winner, Taylor Hicks, they, well Simon anyway didn’t think he looked the part but he took America by storm. However, looking the part may be what it takes to get you into the auditions.
Following these American Idol Tryout Tips and Rules will be of great help to you. If you want to be the next Taylor Hicks or Carrie Underwood make sure to put your best foot forward by first off following the rules. Each individual tryout venue as pre determined times that those wanting to audition can show up. Also keep in mind that some places may not let you get in line before 6am.
Bring a something with you to occupy your time such as, a book, and a music headset and maybe a few drinks and snacks because you could be in for a long wait.
You have to be a legal U.S Citizen or a permanent U.S resident. You also have to be between the ages of 16 and 29. Make sure to bring 2 forms of I.D with you, at least one form must be a photo I.D. If you are under 18 you need to have a parent or legal guardian with you.
Bring some cash with you as it is very likely food will be sold to those waiting in line for auditions.
Season 5 winner Taylor Hicks has stated some advice he had for prospective American Idols. He said “You really need to sell the song and get into the lyrics. The song that you choose, you really have to stick with and rehearse it well.”
My advice is to pick out a song you know well and practice it like crazy before you get to the auditions. Then when you get in front of the judges sing the best that you can. Capture the judge’s attention; make sure they want to hear you sing again.
If you want to the next Taylor Hicks or Carrie Underwood the first step is getting the judges to pass you on to the next audition each time they hear you. Make the judges know you can sing and that you will be able to grab the attention of the viewers in the audience and at home. Getting America to love you when it is there turn to decide is another subject altogether. For now you want to make it past the American Idol Tryouts by getting the judges attention. Good Luck!