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Maroulis' voice is a gorgeous, crystal-clear, unwavering, bright tenor instrument that will blow you away." In 2012, Maroulis became the host of a new series on com, Unofficial Idol Forum.
Maroulis interviewed Idol contestants as well as interacted with American Idol fans via social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook, soliciting questions and feedback about each week's Idol broadcast.
In November and December 2005, Maroulis performed solo shows in Manila, Philippines and New Jersey, USA.
His set list included songs he had performed previously in his theatre roles, from Hedwig and the Angry Inch as well as from his stint on American Idol.
On June 22 he performed at Mattison Park in Asbury Park, NJ as part of the 3rd Annual Wave Gathering featuring 175 Emerging Musical Artists.
On October 24, 2008 Maroulis appeared on an episode of Don't Forget the Lyrics! As a result of his appearance on the show, ,000 was given to the charitable organization Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
He headlined the "Off the Record Music Festival" in Atlantic City, New Jersey in June 2018.
In the fall of 2005, Maroulis was in negotiations to star in a television sitcom called Brooklyn that was to be loosely based on his upbringing as the youngest of three in a large Greek-American family of New York.
When Maroulis was five years old his family moved to Wyckoff, New Jersey, a suburb of New York City, where he grew up. He appeared in a number of off-Broadway roles from the Conservatory, along with a series of independent films.Maroulis also regularly performed with the Rock of Ages NJ band; along with entrepreneur Barry Habib.In 2015, Maroulis recorded a version of the Lita Ford/Ozzy Osbourne duet "Close My Eyes Forever" with the New York-based band SYKA. On February 18, 2016, with other American Idol alums, Maroulis returned to the show for its fifteenth season to mentor contestants and participate in Duets Week, where he performed "Bohemian Rhapsody" with Shelbie Zora and performed "My Funny Valentine" with Jenn Blosil.Maroulis partnered with the New York-based 1980s tribute band Jessie's Girl and frequently performed with them at various concerts and private events.At a concert held on July 18, 2014, at Tanner Park, Long Island, over 8000 people came to see him perform with the band.