Sunday, January 27, 2013
The Kennesaw Mountain High graduate and former contestant of NBC's The Voice will be in Marietta on Feb. 9.
Sunday, January 27
Phillip “Pip” Arnold, the Kennesaw Mountain High graduate who competed on Season 2 of NBC's The Voice, will come home next month. The Cobb Schools Foundation announced on its Facebook page that Arnold will be at its Leaders and Legends Ball, scheduled for Feb. 9 at the Hilton Marietta Hotel & Conference Center. Arnold finished in the top 12 of the nationally televised singing competition. The black-tie event will honor alumni and community leaders who have made an impact on the Cobb County School District. This year's honorees will include: Tickets cost $200 per person or $2,000 for a table of 10. Proceeds benefit the foundation. For more information, contact Sheri Brante at 770-426-3390 or email@example.com.
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Kennesaw's rising star will give a limited seating performance this Sunday at Smith-Gilbert Gardens.
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
The Voice contestant and Kennesaw Mountain High School graduate Phillip “Pip” Arnold will give a limited seating live acoustic performance at Smith-Gilbert Gardens this Sunday, June 3, from 6 to 9 p.m. The event, An Evening with Pip, will be an intimate concert under the trees. Tickets cost $50 per person, and seating is limited to 200. Wine, beer, sodas and hors d'oeuvres will be provided. As a contestant in the nationally televised singing competition, Pip placed in the Top 12. However, he did not finish high enough to guarantee a recording contract. The Smith-Gilbert Gardens performance will help raise funds for Pip's Kickstarter Campaign to help fund his debut album. The gardens are located at 2382 Pine Mountain Rd. in Kennesaw. …
Monday, April 9, 2012
The KMHS grad will compete during tonight's live show at 8.
#TeamBowTie is taking to Twitter, Facebook and other social media outlets in support of Kennesaw Mountain High School grad Pip Arnold, who will compete on NBC's The Voice during tonight's live show. The Marietta native impressed the judges during the blind audition and battle round phases of the competition. Now, it's up to our votes to keep the local teen in the running. Tonight's show airs live on NBC from 8 to 10. Check here for a video breakdown of the different ways to vote. Pip also posted the following message on a Facebook event page for tonight's showdown. Please Vote For Me Starting This Monday at 8pm EST on NBC’s “The Voice” With Results Show To Follow Each Tuesday starting at 9pm EST! There Are Many Ways to Vote Starting This…
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
The 19-year-old KMHS graduate advances to the live rounds of the competition.
Marietta native and Kennesaw Mountain High School graduate Pip Arnold moves on to the live rounds of The Voice competition after defeating fellow Team Adam member Nathan Parrett on Monday night's episode. The pair, who performed "You Know I'm No Good" by Amy Winehouse in the elimination battle round, also happen to be good friends and housemates, Pip told Patch in a previous interview. Pip was the favorite going into the duet battle after his blind audition of "House of the Rising Sun" wowed all four judges. While Parrett demonstrated newfound confidence in a match-up that was closer than expected, Pip's versatile voice and commanding stage presence ultimately shined through with coach Adam Levine advancing him to the live rounds. Next, …
Thursday, March 1, 2012
The 19-year-old Kennesaw Mountain High School graduate goes on to the battle rounds on NBC's "The Voice."
Phillip "Pip" Arnold takes the stage of The Voice sporting a button down shirt, orange sneakers, white suspenders and a plaid bow tie. "There is a house in New Orleans," the 19-year-old sings into the mic, soulfully lingering over the first few verses. By the time "of many a poor boy" artfully skips, then slides off his lips, judge Adam Levine is hooked, followed by Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green. A pop of the left suspender seals Pip's place as a crowd favorite. The Kennesaw and Marietta communities have rallied behind the 2010 Kennesaw Mountain High School grad whose palindromic name, Southern fraternity-inspired style, and soulful voice earned him thousands of new fans literally overnight following the Feb. 13 …