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NRL 2022: State of Origin, NSW Blues, Nicho Hynes, Matt Burton

Blues center Matt Burton shrugged off concerns about his fitness for Origin III after sitting out training on Wednesday, but NSW manager Brad Fittler could consider bringing a new player to the squad after Nicho Hynes has tested positive for COVID. Hynes was briefly in the NSW camp on Monday …

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The second annual Big Grass Bluegrass Festival planned for Paragould

The second annual Big Grass Bluegrass Festival will take place July 21-23 in downtown Paragould. The event is presented by the Collins Theater Foundation with support from KASU, as well as the Paragould Advertising and Promotion Commission, MOR Media, Hedge’s Roto-Rooter and First National Bank. The center of festival activities …

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‘This is not freedom’: 4th of July shooting shakes Chicago and shocks the United States | Chicago

The shooting during a July 4 parade in Highland Park that left at least six people dead and 24 injured rocked the small, affluent community in suburban Chicago and shocked the United States as a whole. It is the latest in a string of mass murders that have recently included …

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Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival Digital Center – London Jazz News

The Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival is giving music fans the chance to access some of its programme, even if they can’t travel to Scotland’s capital in person. Rob Adams reports: A new digital hub will host twenty concerts, which can be viewed online with a £10 pass, and while …

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Fireworks, Country Fest, Music by the Sea series: events this week

Reading of the Declaration of Independence in Dover Dover kicks off Independence Day with its annual reading of the Declaration of Independence on Monday July 4. Artists from the Garrison Players Arts Center will portray John Adams, Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson and read the Declaration at 9 a.m. on …

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The week in theatre: Rock/Paper/Scissors; The stock market | Theater

A a year before the lockdown, Chris Bush, artistic associate at Sheffield theatres, penned a searing tribute to the city, fueled by music from Richard Hawley. Standing at the edge of the sky, which will make its delayed appearance at the National Theater next year, has proven that the more …

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Crafts, Fashion, Jazz, Sea Monsters: Dive into the Deep Myth Overture, Native American Flute Circle

Events July 7-July 10, 2022 Climb aboard the tentacle-wrapped Star of India and set off on an imaginary expedition investigating the existence of sea monsters in various parts of the globe. Crafts, Fashion, Jazz PHES Gallery celebrates its first anniversary with a one-day arts and crafts pop-up festival! Pop-up arts …

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Hawks 0 Portsmouth 3 – Bournemouth trialist catches the eye as Blues start in convincing fashion

Bournemouth’s Christian Saydee slots in the first half of Pompey’s pre-season win at the Hawks. Photo: Jason Brown/ProSportsImages Danny Cowley’s men lined up Bournemouth’s Christain Saydee up front to fill their side’s gaping hole and the 20-year-old put in an eye-catching display. Although the forward was off the scoresheet during …

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Greatest Country Love Songs of All Time – Billboard

Throughout the genre’s history, country music has had more than its share of sweet, romantic moments. Whether it’s finding your soul mate, realizing the one you love has been there all along, or heartbreakingly unrequited love, country music is full of tunes reminding us that love is real. You could …

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Rock-up Covid vaccination clinics will be back

ROCK-up vaccination clinics are due to return this month, the government has announced. Islanders aged five and over who are yet to receive a first, second or booster shot will be able to be vaccinated at select church halls, starting with St Helier tomorrow. In addition to getting vaccinated, Islanders …

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NBA Rumors: Knicks, Kings, Victor Oladipo, Jazz

Knicks Unrestricted Free Agent Centers André Drummond and Isaiah Hartenstein are among the players on the Knicks’ radar, according to SNY.tv’s Ian Begley. Drummond started last season with the 76ers before being traded to the Nets as part of the Ben Simmons OK. Begley wrote that the Knicks intend to …

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Chelsea: Romelu Lukaku ends Blues nightmare by joining Inter Milan on season-long loan

Romelu Lukaku has made a sensational return to Inter Milan after a nightmarish second stint at Chelsea. The Belgium striker endured a season to be forgotten after joining the Blues for £98m last summer as he struggled massively for form on the pitch and also created friction with an explosive …

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Annual FOP Lodge 122 Concert Brings Country Music Star to Cheboygan High

CHEBOYGAN — The Fraternal Order of Cheboygan of Police Lodge 122 will bring country music star Sylvia to the stage at Cheboygan High School for their annual fundraising concert. The concert at 7 p.m. on July 14, sponsored by the Fraternal Order of Police, will take place in the gymnasium …

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Ron Grossman on the Roots of Jazz in Chicago | Radio WGN 720

In a June 21, 1971 file photo, Louis Armstrong practices with his horn at his home in Corona, New York. The Louis Armstrong House Museum announced Wednesday, April 1… Read more In a June 21, 1971 file photo, Louis Armstrong practices with his horn at his home in Corona, New …

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Gangs Of New York Could Have Been A Bizarre Blues Brothers Reunion

“Gangs of New York” opens in 1846 in wild, snowy Five Points, New York, as a gang of Protestant natives led by “Bill the Butcher” Cutting (Day-Lewis) engage in battle bloody with a mob of Irish Catholic immigrants calling themselves the Dead Rabbits. After fierce fighting, Bill kills the leader …

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Paul’s Stage – London Jazz News

album review Ricky Ford – Ricky Ford’s Moans: Paul’s Scene (Whaling City Sound. Album review by Adam Sieff) The great tenor saxophonist Ricky Ford (b. 1954) has produced a hugely enjoyable album that reflects his influences and musical ancestry while still sounding in the moment. It was recorded for Neal …

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Live Match 2 updates, score, NSW Blues vs QLD Maroons, teams, news, kick off time, video, Perth, series score, Liam Martin

The streak is on the line for the NSW Blues when they take on the Queensland Maroons in a blockbuster Do or Die Origin II clash at Optus Stadium in Perth. The Blues have made massive changes in a desperate attempt to square up the series and force a decider …

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Is John Mayer becoming country music’s greatest muse?

On a recent episode of our Whiskey Riff Raff podcast this month, Parker McCollum shared some of his most interesting and notable experiences on his rise to country stardom. As well as opening up to both the chef and King George, McCollum added: “There are only three men in the …

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Correlieu Jazz Band closes the school year with a show downtown – Quesnel Cariboo Observer

There was a special surprise in downtown Quesnel early Thursday afternoon when jazz erupted from Spirit Square. The Correlieu Jazz Band gave their last show of the school year in front of a relatively large audience bringing a range of eclectic influences. “It was kind of a last-minute thing,” said …

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Ananya Panday shakes off the midweek blues as she gets some time for herself

Ananya Panday just showed us fans how she handles the midweek blues. Ananya, despite having only a few films, has made her mark in the glittering city of Bollywood. She made her debut in the 2019 film Student of The Year 2 starring Tiger Shroff and Tara Sutaria. Since then, …

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Carly Pearce to Host Academy of Country Music Honors Event in Nashville

The Academy of Country Music® today announced that reigning ACM Female Artist of the Year and four-time ACM Award winner Carly Pearce will return for a second year to host the 15E ANNUAL ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC HONORS™, often described as the “country music industry’s favorite night.” The unforgettable evening …

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Jazz-Themed Anime Film BLUE GIANT Set To Release In February 2023

Along with a teaser visual, the official website for the upcoming anime film adaptation of Shinichi Ishizuka’s jazz-themed manga BLUE GIANT announcement today that it is set to be released in Japan on February 17, 2023. The film was originally scheduled to be released in 2022, but the production period …

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Death of blues musician Jim Schwall in Arizona – Isthmus

Legendary blues musician and former Madison resident Jim Schwall died June 19 at his home in Tucson, Arizona, where he had lived for several years, at the age of 79. Schwall was born in Chicago, where he launched a musical career in the mid-1960s with the Siegel-Schwall Band. The group …

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Everything you need to know about Country Jam 2022 in Colorado

Colorado’s biggest country music festival returns to the West Slope this weekend. MACK, Colo. — Country music fans rejoice! country jam the weekend is finally here. Now in its 30th year, County Jam is known as one of the top country music festivals in the United States. More than 15 …

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ARROW ROCK CELEBRATES 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF TOM SAWYER FILM | KMMO

Arrow Rock, Missouri, will host a three-day 50th anniversary celebration of an American musical classic of literature and film, Tom Sawyer July 2-4. In the summer of 1972, Arrow Rock was cast as the 1840s Hannibal “replacement” for Mark Twain’s musical production. Tom Sawyer. The village and its historic buildings …

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The Dallas Mavericks have made a massive defensive improvement this year to finish in the top ten in the defensive classification. First-year head coach Jason Kidd got a ton of credit, but assistant coach Sean Sweeney was the team’s defensive coordinator and helped devise the plan. Sweeney has toured the …

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Bassist VICTOR WOOTEN, 5-time GRAMMY® Award winner and 12-time GRAMMY® Award nominee, visits Jimmy’s Jazz & Blues Club on Saturday, September 3 at 7:00 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.

5x-GRAMMY® Award & 12x-GRAMMY® Award nominated bassist VICTOR WOOTEN & BASS EXTREMES will perform at Jimmy’s Jazz & Blues Club on Saturday September 3 at 7:00 & 9:30 p.m. Victor Wooten & Bass Extremes joins Jimmy’s Jazz & Blues Club’s 2022 show schedule, which includes 7 NEA Jazz Masters, 37 …

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Line dancing is gaining popularity in Darwin with a new generation of dancers

It’s a dance commonly associated with cowboy boots and country towns, but this age-old pastime is beginning to find its way into the hearts of even the most hardened city dwellers. In Darwin, the Top End Mustangs have been line dancing in the Northern Territory for more than 20 years, …

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Joe Rock solid for seven years, Spokane Indians bounce back to beat Hillsboro 3-1

The Spokane Indians took one on the chin Friday night, a 12-3 loss in which they allowed four home runs and 19 hits. They needed a stoppage effort on Saturday, and that’s exactly what they got. Starter Joe Rock allowed a run in seven solid innings, Julio Carreras and Bladimir …

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The Monterey Jazz Festival’s Summer Jazz Camp is back. | Monterey County NOW Intro

Agata Popęda here with a reminder that it’s not too late to register for the Monterey Jazz Festival’s Summer Jazz Camp for college and high school students. The Monterey Jazz Festival is rebooting the in-person camp experience after two years of virtual experiences. Act quickly though; registration closes Monday, June …

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Former number one pick weighs in on Horne-Francis freshman blues

The number one pick in the 2006 draft, Bryce Gibbs, weighed in on Jason Horne-Francis’ freshman season and the seemingly endless media discussion. speaking on SEN Saturdays in South Africa Gibbs talked about how he handled the extra pressure and attention that comes with being picked as the first pick. …

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Iconic Salisbury ice cream parlor featured in country clip – Salisbury Post

SALISBURY — For the past few weeks, Melissa Utley has been struggling to keep a secret. Now that several hundred thousand people know what she’s doing, she can breathe out and enjoy the moment. Just after midnight on Friday morning, country music star and North Carolina native Luke Combs released …

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The Rock surprises WWE Raw Superstar with a new home (video)

The Rock’s generosity knows no bounds. A week after surprising his mother with a new home, The Rock did the same for WWE Raw Superstar Tamina on Thursday. As seen in the video below, Tamina was introduced to her new home by The Rock, and she got emotional once she …

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Laila Biali says she’s ‘jazz for jazz skeptics’

READ MORE: JazzFest doesn’t miss a beat back from live shows Biali will perform on June 21 at 7 p.m. with her husband Ben Wittman on drums and George Koller on bass. She says they try to put a friendly face on jazz and she tells stories throughout to give …

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Blues, Brews & BBQ Festival offers fun music, great drinks and free entry | Applause

SELINSGROVE – A last minute cancellation changed the entertainment for this event and resulted in free entry for all. The Blues, Brews, & BBQ Festival, featuring the legendary Joe Louis Walker, the Ann Kerstetter Band and Jeff Oshetski, takes place Saturday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Susquehanna …

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Rina Sawayama breaks the mold as a British artist making country music

Rina Sawayama is taking the UK country scene by storm – not that there’s much competition as a Brit in the ‘big Wild West’. Here’s what the “This Hell” artist had to say about his exploration of, and interest in, country-pop music. Rina Sawayama released her single “This Hell” in …

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Stuck between a rock and a hard place, Biden should do the unthinkable

President Joe Biden and his administration have faced an internal dilemma for months now. With inflation and gas prices being the main concerns of voters, there is an urgent need to show voters that they care about the issue and are doing everything they can to thwart the problem. Biden’s …

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Should Jazz Chisholm Jr. be allowed to hit left-handed starting pitchers?

MIAMI, FL – JUNE 07: Jazz Chisholm Jr. #2 of the Miami Marlins hits a grand slam in the second inning against the Washington Nationals at LoanDepot Park on June 07, 2022 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Eric Espada/Getty Images) Is it time for the Miami Marlins to extend Jazz …

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Father’s Day made easy with blues and beers at the Chattanooga Market

The Chattanooga Market will be ready for families this Sunday. It’s a Father’s Day tradition… cold, local beers and live music too. As the temperature rises, there’s something special about an ice cold drink while listening to blues music. This Sunday, Jess Goggans then Rick Rushing live on the Lodge …

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Carolina Country Music Fest positively impacts local businesses

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) — The Carolina Country Music Fest drew tens of thousands to the Grand Strand. The four-day event brought together musicians like Keith Urban, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean and many more. “{It was} hands down one of our busiest weekends we’ve ever had,” said Gabby Javens, server …

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Fatherson puts on ‘big rock show’ at Islington Assembly Hall

Published: 15:36 13 June 2022 Fatherson promised a “big fun rock show” on their tour promoting the album which the Scottish indie band consider their most thoughtful and groove-focused to date. Anyone still guessing which direction they were going might have been even more confused when the three-piece from Kilmarnock …

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‘Dwyane Wade becomes minority owner of Jazz and Donovan Mitchell ends up in Miami’: Utah guard tells stories with Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo, sends NBA Twitter wondering

Can Donovan Mitchell be the solution to the Miami Heat’s title troubles? If he can, do Jimmy Butler and Co have enough to get the man? The Miami Heat and Utah Jazz will have a lot to think about and do when it comes to offseason personnel due to Erik …

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Classic rock and blues at Unity Hall

BARNEVELD — Unity Hall kicks off the summer with an upbeat evening of classic rock by Central NY’s Better Than Bowling and hot blues from Syracuse’s Colin Aberdeen at 8 p.m. on Friday, June 17, in the hall’s historic auditorium at 101 Vanderkemp Ave. at Barneveld. Doors will open at …

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Brea Grant talks about her country music horror film Torn Hearts

We chat with the director about her one-of-a-kind country music horror flick and how it exposes the anxiety surrounding a slowly changing creative industry. Primordial By Brad Gullickson Published June 12, 2022 Check the Gate is a recurring column where we meet directors one-on-one in an effort to uncover the …

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Bruce Campbell to write for DC Comics

Set in 1944, Sgt. Rock and his Easy Company will face off against their most fearsome foes yet: Nazi Zombies. Image via Marvel Bruce Campbell return to the world of comics! Sensational. Campbell will write DC Horror Presents: Sgt. Rock vs. army of the dead, a six-issue miniseries coming out …

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An evening full of booze and jazz in Highland Park, as told by a 35mm camera

After a long day at the office, I was almost home when I remembered that I had bought a ticket to see bassist Christian McBride at the Lodge Room in Highland Park later that evening. Earlier, my editor, Javier Cabral, asked me if I would be willing to publish a …

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Christensen quits Chelsea ahead of planned transfer to Barcelona as Blues release four players as free agents

The Danish defender and former England international midfielder are among those bidding farewell to Stamford Bridge at the end of their contracts. Chelsea have completed their list of released players at the end of the 2021-22 campaign, with Andreas Christensen and Danny Drinkwater among those leaving Stamford Bridge. The Blues …

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Jeannie Seely Wins Song of the Year at Arkansas Country Music Awards

Photo credit: Cyndi Hornsby NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Country music icon Jeannie Seeley won song of the year to Arkansas Country Music Awards as a songwriter for “Yours” recorded as a duet Joe and Diana (Joe Wade Smith and Diane Berry). The co-hosts of the ceremony, journalist and country music historian …

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Perseverance has a pet! But this is no ordinary rock…

This site may earn affiliate commissions from links on this page. Terms of use. Perseverance has been on Mars for over a year, continuously streaming images of the Red Planet. We saw Jezero Crater itself, as well as thousands of snapshots of the Martian landscape and sky. Perseverance also takes …

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Friday Jazz Concerts | Coronado City News

The Coronado Public Library will present a series of jazz concerts every other Friday at 1 p.m. in the Winn Room throughout the summer, June 3 through August 26. The concerts, made possible with funding from Hotel del Coronado, will feature an array of unique jazz performers, some of whom …

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Country music series starring Trace Adkins gets new premiere date

Fox’s 2022 fall schedule includes new release date for upcoming series with a country music legend Tracer Adkinswhich had previously been postponed. Monarch is slated to premiere Sunday, September 11 at 8 p.m., Monarch on FOX tweeted, announcing, “The first country music family is coming.” Adkins, who will star alongside …

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Spoleto Review: Wells Fargo Jazz Series Highlights ‘New and Fresh Works’ | Spoleto

The Wells Fargo Jazz series continued with two of the most innovative contemporary artists in the lead. The Spoleto Festival USA lineup is specially curated to include fresh new work and is known for inviting and commissioning artists who are at the forefront of creation. Malaysian-born, Australian-raised Linda May Han …

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Traffic blues return as schools reopen

Margao: The first day of the reopening of schools in the city on Monday saw bumper-to-bumper traffic near and around educational facilities, paralyzing traffic in some areas, including in the heart of the city and near the Comba level crossing. Police Deputy Traffic Superintendent Dharmesh Angle, PI Gautam Salunke and …

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Havelock Country Jamboree canceled for 2022

Operators of the Havelock Country Jamboree have officially ended the 2022 edition of the four-day country music festival, upsetting ticket holders who have been waiting for the festival to resume since it was last held in 2019. The 2023 event could even be in limbo as well, organizers said. The …

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Sitting on Stacy is getting ready to bring beach rock vibes to Chicago’s Riot Fest this fall

In an interview with the DePaul Music Business Organization, indie classic rock band Sitting On Stacy gave some insight into their early days and progress ahead of their Chicago gig at The Beat Kitchen. Now under the leadership of their label and partners 1824, Republic Records and Let’s Get It! …

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Jazz announces head coach Quin Snyder has resigned

Jazz head coach Quin Snyder has stepped down after eight seasons at Utah, the team announced Sunday. In a statement obtained by Sports Illustratedby Howard Beckjazz owner ryan smith confirmed news of Snyder’s surprising departure shortly after ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski announced he planned to quit. Snyder, 55, recently led Utah …

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Blue Brilliants dominate selection as Beauden Barrett plays in quarters

Credit: PA Images After the first-ever Super Rugby Pacific quarter-finals, Planet Rugby breaks down the main performers from an exciting weekend of rugby. The Blues dominate the line-up after continuing their scintillating form while several Brumbies players feature after their spectacular victory over the Hurricanes. Pacific Super Rugby Team of …

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The diversity of styles in country music

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Keith Urban wearing his typical jeans and t-shirt style and Lil Nas X … [+] wearing fitted white jeans with a matching jacket, cowboy hat and boots. Both performed onstage on day three of the 2019 CMA Music Festival on June 08, 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo …

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Magma rocks Mars tremors on the Red Planet

Animation showing an artistic interpretation of the interior structure of Mars. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech Nasait is March Inner exploration using seismic, geodetic and heat transport (InSight) surveys was launched in May 2018 and landed safely on the Martian surface in November of the same year. His two-year mission was to study …

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Louise Parker will bring her Jazz Quartet to Barnstaple

Plymouth-based jazz and soul singer Louise Parker will bring her Jazz Quartet to ThePlough@StAnne’s, Barnstaple on Saturday June 11 at 8pm. Louise had a great career, including a coveted place at Glastonbury, and also supported the legendary late jazz musician Humphrey Lytellton. Louise said: “I sent Humphrey my CD ‘No …

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Summer Blues – Whitman College Athletics

This summer, a total of 17 Whitman Blues will be spread across the country competing in summer collegiate baseball leagues. “Playing college summer ball can be an incredible and very valuable experience for our players while also providing the opportunity to play with and against many very talented players from …

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‘Torn Hearts,’ a new country music horror movie

“Torn Hearts” debuted on streaming services last month. Nashville-based horror giant Blumhouse TV produced the movie Music Row. A country music…horror film? Yes, that’s one thing. “Torn Hearts” – a bloody 97-minute thriller from Epix and Hollywood fear factory Blumhouse – takes viewers to a fictional Nashville, where a duo …

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David Thompson announces bid for Rock Springs City Council

David Thompson spent 25 years in local law enforcement serving with the Sweetwater County Sheriff’s Department and the Rock Springs Police Department. ROCK SPRINGS – David Thompson has announced his candidacy for Ward 2 seat of the Rock Springs City Council in the 2022 election. Thompson moved to Rock Springs …

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Jazz festival launches new weekly Hope Street Jazz night in Frederiks

A Jazz Festival at Frederik’s, Hope Street Jazz’s biggest event to date, kicks off a new weekly party there. The venue already hosts Hope Street Jazz on Tuesdays and Thursdays and now, thanks to fan and artist demand, it is also adding a regular Wednesday night. To celebrate, Hope Street …

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In Shanghai, lockdown blues give way to COVID testing issues

SHANGHAI, June 2 (Reuters) – As a two-month COVID lockdown nears its end in Shanghai, residents’ relief is quickly giving way to frustration at now having to queue for hours for virus tests and the negative results they must show to be allowed to enter public spaces. On Wednesday, China’s …

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Dallas Black Dance Theater’s Big Dance to Celebrate Country Music Icon Charley Pride – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Charley Pride’s career spanned decades, with some of the biggest hits coming in the 1970s. Even today, Pride’s contribution to American music and history has lasted well beyond his lifetime. “His shows were never boring because they were never the same,” Rozene Pride said in a rare TV interview with …

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Round Rock approves regional project to pump more water from Lake Travis

Round Rock City Council has approved that it is part of a construction project that will pump greater amounts of water from Lake Travis to the city as well as to the towns of Leander and Cedar Park. “This project will allow Round Rock to meet the growing demands of …

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San Diego Jazz Ventures returns with a women in jazz mini-festival

San Diego Jazz Ventures celebrates some of today’s most notable female jazz artists June 3-4 at The Alexandria, featuring All-Star sextet Artemis and Grammy nominee Thana Alexa. Each band debuts in the San Diego area! San Diego Jazz Ventures presents… Friday June 3 | Artemis Artemis – starring Renee Rosnes, …

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Payne Haas won’t be distracted by contract drama for NSW Blues

Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues stalwart Payne Haas said he was grateful that he and manager Brad Fittler could discuss the issue of his NRL contract and not allow him to derail his Origin preparations. Haas is in the midst of a tussle between the Brisbane Broncos and the Gold Coast …

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Rising country music star Parker McCollum performs in Charleston on Thursday | Culture & Leisure

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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson hosts an adorable tea party with his 4-year-old daughter, Tiana

Dwayne Johnson is no stranger to hosting a tea party or two with his daughters. On Instagram, Johnson shared a short video with his youngest daughter, Tiana, 4. In the clip, Johnson, Tiana and a stuffed bunny sit at a small white table with a pink and purple tea set. …

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Jazz Pharmaceuticals plc (NASDAQ: JAZZ) Receives Average “Buy” Rating from Analysts

Jazz Pharmaceuticals plc (NASDAQ:JAZZ – Get Rating) has been assigned a consensus “Buy” recommendation by the eighteen rating companies that currently cover the company, MarketBeat reports. Three analysts rated the stock with a hold rating and nine assigned the company a buy rating. The 12-month average target price among analysts …

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Origin team selections, New South Wales Blues team, Queensland Maroons team, series opener, Origin fixtures, when are Origin teams announced?

With both New South Wales and Queensland Origin teams due to be named for the series opener in the next 48 hours, it’s only fitting that the Fox League pundit team name their anticipated squads. . Each team has the same halves, while some surprising names have won places on …

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Troubadour Fest features some of the best barbecue and country music in Texas

The Troubadours Festival combines two beloved Texas institutions – country music and barbecue – for an all-day event on June 4 in Georgetown. We’re not talking about a few corporate barbecue restaurants or home cooks. Troubadour rolls smoked meats at nearly 50 restaurants statewide, including some of the biggest names …

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Get ready to groove Prince Rupert, Rock Stock returns to the stage – Prince Rupert Northern View

Ring System Music Studio artists show off their talents at the Rupert Rocks Concert on Nov. 13 at the Lester Center. (Photo: KJ Millar/The Northern View) Get ready to groove Prince Rupert, Rock Stock returns to the stage Ring System Studio will set the …

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Erykah Badu Talks Roy Hargrove Documentary She Executive Produced

Erykah Badu, executive producer of the upcoming documentary about late jazz and R&B trumpeter Roy Hargrove, wastes no time elaborating on the influence her collaborator and high school classmate has had on his life and career. “It all started with Roy,” says Badu, who first met Hargrove in 1985 when …

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EXCLUSIVE £45m Marc Cucurella, Todd Boehly’s £200m Chelsea war chest, Drinkwater’s APOLOGY, Nkunku bid

Drinkwater apologizes to Chelsea fans Danny Drinkwater has apologized to Chelsea fans as he leaves on a free transfer after five years of failure. The £32million midfielder, 32, passed out after earning three England caps as a key member of champions Leicester in 2015-16. He played just 23 times for …

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Ryman Auditorium Makes History With New Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Monument

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame presented the Ryman with a historic landmark in a ceremony this week. The monument marks the beginning of a planned multi-year partnership between Rock Hall and Ryman. More than 100 Rocl Hall artists have played the Ryman, including Springsteen and Dylan. Country music‘s …

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Jacksonville’s Historic Role in the Founding of Southern Rock

JACKSONVILLE, Florida. – Their names are known worldwide: Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Allman Brothers Band, 38 Special, Molly Hatchet. What’s not as well known, however, is that these bands were among those who together pioneered a new type of music nearly 60 years ago in Jacksonville. As the city celebrates its …

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Jeff Crompton brings ‘strange jazz’ to Underground Atlanta

“When you’re playing off-center music, if you want to keep playing, you have to have a lot of bands because no one wants to hear the same one over and over again,” he said. “Each of them brings something different.” Crompton performs May 31 at No Tomorrow in Underground Atlanta, …

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Twins 2, Tigers 0: Twin City Blues

After a tough Monday night loss in which the Tigers battled to tie the game, only to lose it in the bottom of the ninth, Detroit obediently lost to the Twins in Game 2 of the series 2-0. The pitching game featured Beau Brieske, making the sixth major league career …

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Which superstar is launching the first-ever Yakima Hop country music festival

We’ve been waiting a week to find out which country artist will headline Yakima’s Hop Country Music Festival this fall and now we know it! And they are not joking. Ol’ King Cole is a cheerful young soul scammer photo attachment Multi-platinum superstar Cole Swindell brings his brand of young, …

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Hitman 3, F1 2022, Deep Rock Galactic and more to get RTX On

The keynote at Nvidia’s Computex presentation this year was largely focused on AI and cloud solutions, but there were still a few exciting announcements for gamers. One of them was a list of games soon to get the RTX On treatment. The first to join the RTX club is Hitman …

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Reno Jazz Orchestra Announces Summer Concerts | Carson City Nevada News

Event date: August 1, 2022 (all day) The Reno Jazz Orchestra announces its summer concert lineup which includes a host of jazz, blues, rock and patriotic music under the direction of Music Director, Doug Coomler. On July 4, the Reno Jazz Orchestra (RJO) will light up the night with a …

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NHL picks, odds for Lightning vs. Panthers, Avalanche vs. Blues

The second-round series between the Colorado Avalanche and the St. Louis Blues took an angry turn Saturday night. Colorado won 5-2, but post-game storylines involved Avalanche forward Nazem Kadri and Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington. During the game, Binnington injured his knee when Kadri and Calle Rosen of St. Louis ran …

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‘American Idol’ crowns the winner after Noah Thompson and Huntergirl face off

the “American Idol” the finale included star performances, touching hometown visits – and a new winner crowned, after a country showdown. Before Season 20 ends on Sunday night, the final three contestants – Lea Marlene, huntress and Noah Thompson — each made their final plea for America’s vote during the …

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MARY MEAUX — Dutchman Zito wins the award for best blues rock album – Port Arthur News

I’m a blues fan. The smooth guitar, the rhythm of the music whether fast or cool and slow, a voice that captures the soul. There’s oldies like Beverly “Guitar” Watkins, who I only recently discovered, who’s great on vocals and guitar. There’s Stevie Ray Vaughn, who I hate to admit …

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Utah Jazz all-time player John Stockton writes letter to DC court vouching for January 6 riot

NBA all-time great and Hall of Famer John Stockton continues to raise eyebrows with his controversial comments and behavior in support of right-wing causes. The former Utah Jazz star and NBA all-time leader in steals and assists was known throughout his career for wanting to stay out of the limelight …

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Peterborough Editorial: Summer and the outdoors are here to cure the pandemic blues

Among the many unforeseen effects of COVID-19, people returning outdoors in surprising abundance were at or near the top of the welcome list. When indoor entertainment venues closed over two years ago and overseas travel became taboo, people looked out the window and were reminded that leisure activities didn’t have …

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TJ Walker releases new single that features in upcoming Nashville-based country musical – Entertainment Focus

T.Walker today (May 20) announces their upcoming second album ‘half way to somewhere‘ and releases her brand new debut single “With and Without You”, featuring TJ’s trademark guitar work which is now aided and abetted by his band, plus an additional horn section! Walker’s 10-track debut album ‘The Long Game’ …

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May 20 Song of the Day: “Rock Around the Clock” by Bill Haley and the Comets

America’s decline began on May 20, 1954 when Bill Haley and the Comets released “Rock Around the Clock”. Parents, clergy, teachers, and law enforcement lamented how the music was a communist plot; a bad influence on their children; how it was too sexual, how it created juvenile delinquents. The criticism …

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Intense Innovation: Jazz Clubs and the Evolution of Jazz

In much of the public mind, the jazz club has a somewhat sleazy reputation. The smoky atmosphere after working hours, the bohemian atmosphere, the presence of night owls, gangsters – this stereotype is alive and well in popular culture. While it is true to say that jazz clubs were nightclubs …

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The St. Louis Blues were supposed to win that one, but the Colorado Avalanche defense stopped them

For a myriad of reasons stemming from long breaks or unfamiliar game plans, Game 1 is usually identified as the one the team on the road is in the best position to steal. The adage that “a streak doesn’t begin until a home team loses a game” is generally true, …

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Aaron Pritchett on the main stage of the new country music festival – Aldergrove Star

BCCMA award-winning country singer and former Langley resident Aaron Pritchett is set to headline the 2022 West Coast Women’s Show. The country music star, who first moved to Langley in the mid-1980s, shared that the area was then known as “the sticks”. “But that lifestyle led me to live in …

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Round Rock ISD Appoints Cindy Hill as New General Counsel

Round Rock ISD has appointed Cindy Hill as its new General Counsel. Hill comes to Round Rock ISD with 35 years of legal experience in firms across Texas where she has advised and represented clients across the full spectrum of civil matters, with a particular focus on labor disputes, labor …

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Hannabiell & the Midnight Blue Collective, Marco Woolf, Yaatri, MC Nelson, Ni Maxine, TC & The Groove Family – London Jazz News

Jazz North has announced the new roster of artists for its touring support program, Northern Line, chosen by a jury composed of John Doran (The Quietus), Claire Umney (Jazz FM), Dennis Rollins MBE (trombonist), Sam Nicholls AKA whiskas (Music:Leeds), Santana Guerot (Band on the Wall), Harkirit Boparai (Le Crescent) and …

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The ‘real significant change’ in Carlton’s style of play that allows the Blues to play better football

Carlton cemented their place in the top four after Sunday’s win over Greater Western Sydney and Michael Voss’ troops are looking more and more like the real deal. The Blues have now won their last three games on the trot to take their tally to seven in the first nine …

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‘Queer Country’ explores the origins of a burgeoning music genre

‘Deaf Utopia: A Memoir – and a Love Letter to a Way of Life’By Nyle DiMarcoaround 2022, William Morrow$22.99/336 pages ‘Real Biz’By Sara Noviccirca 2022, Random House$27/388 pages In the 1970s, while I was driving the T in Boston, a man tried to get my attention. He seemed to be …

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Rock Creek Park hiker rescued after fall

Spokesman Vito Maggiolo said it took around 45 minutes from the time they started treatment to place the woman in an ambulance. Technical Rescue Update Rock Creek Park at Cul-de-sac Williamsburg Ln. NO. #DCsBravest managed to bring the patient to safety using a hauling system. Adult patient transported with serious …

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The perfect trade the Hawks have to offer Jazz for Rudy Gobert

Rumors are already swirling around the Utah Jazz and the NBA playoffs are still in full swing! Utah was eliminated in the first round of the playoffs and it becomes clear they don’t have a roster capable of making it to the Finals. This has led to speculation that one …

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Evertonians recreate goals with blues heroes

Socios have invited three supporters to Finch Farm to join Richarlison, Demarai Gray and Lewis Dobbin in trying to recreate Everton’s famous goals. Through their app, Socios asked $EFC Fan Token holders what goals they would like to see players recreate, with Leon Osman’s 2013/14 strike against Manchester City leading …

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Eric Church in 2007 on the lack of emotion in country music: “The downside of the format is that it’s too neat and tidy”

It’s pretty obvious that the country music superstar Eric Church has come a long way from its beginnings play barbecue joints in the mountains from western North Carolina during his college years in Appalachia State. He released his first studio album, sinners like mein 2006, and the rest, as they …

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Imperiled Rock Falls Mobile Home Park Has New Owner, New Hope – Shaw Local

ROCK FALLS – Riverside Mobile Estates, a mobile home park the Illinois Department of Public Health is considering closing for years of unresolved violations, was purchased last week by a Colorado company for $1.23 million of dollars. Tovia Propco of Colorado Springs, a division of Tovia Capital LLC, now owns …

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Full Season Blues: Phillies vs Dodgers Series Preview

This preview is going to talk about the fact that the Los Angeles Dodgers haven’t won a World Series in a full 162-game season since 1988, a span of 31 seasons. If this fact bothers you, then I suggest you stop reading right away. (Am I saying this because Dodgers …

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Dallas Black Dance Theater fundraising event will honor late country music icon

Dallas Black Dance Theater (DBDT) Annual Fundraising Event The BIG Dance Features a Boot Scootin’ Boogie: Hometown Salute to Charley Pride, Late Country Music Icon Honored with 2020 CMA Lifetime Achievement Award . The Dallas Black Dance Theater celebrates the closing of its 45th anniversary season with a Big D-worthy …

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Iron Age rock art of ancient gods discovered under Turkish house

An ancient art dating back to the Iron Age has been discovered by looters under a house in Turkey. The art, which is carved out of rock, was found in an underground complex hidden under a domestic house in the remote village of Başbük in southeastern Turkey near the Syrian …

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Trade rumour: Rudy Gobert more likely target for Hawks in trade market, Jazz like De’Andre Hunter game

According to a recent mailbag article by The Athletic’s Chris Kirschner, the Atlanta Hawks should be paying attention to the trade situation with Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert. He also mentioned that the Utah Jazz like De’Andre Hunter’s game. Here is the section that talks about Jazz. I’m watching Utah’s …

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NSW Blues suitors to fill voids in Latrell Mitchell, Cameron Murray and Ryan Papenhuyzen, selection

Injuries to NSW stars Latrell Mitchell and Cameron Murray as well as Ryan Papenhuyzen have thrown the Blues’ preparations into chaos, but who are the contenders to fill key voids in the squad? Speaking on NRL 360, Braith Anasta, Paul Kent, Dave Riccio and Paul Crawley discussed potential replacements for …

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Friends remember country music icon Mickey Gilley

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) – Country music icon Mickey Gilley was more than a hitmaker. He played a vital role in bringing the style of country music to a wider audience than ever before. Gilley died this weekend at age 86. Now Gilley’s friends are talking about how he made that …

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