Sunderland has put an end to their blues away

Sunderland’s 4-0 win at Crewe was about as routine as it gets. Pretty much from the start the guys never seemed to let the game slip away. Besides being straightforward, the win helped further allay concerns that we were slipping into a boggy standard results period on the road. Prior …

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Country Radio leaves NYC with WNSH Flip to Hip-Hop

Cumulus Media launched WNSH in New York in 2013, ending a decade of country radio programming there after WYNY-FM switched to contemporary Spanish in 2002. Audacy (formerly Entercom) took over WNSH in 2019. In September, WNSH ranked 21st in New York City marketing, capturing a 1.9% share of the local …

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Jazz wants to continue to dominate the Kings

Utah Jazz goalie Jordan Clarkson (00) passes Oklahoma City Thunder goalie Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (2) and to the basket during the second quarter at Vivint Arena. Mandatory Credit: Chris Nicoll-USA TODAY Sports The Utah Jazz opened their campaign the way you would expect from a team that compiled the league’s best …

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New documentary tells the story of Montreal jazz master Oscar Peterson

Breadcrumb Links Music Movies Culture Celebrity “If you want to talk about the great jazz musicians of the world, you had better include Oscar Peterson,” says director Author of the article: Chris Chevalier Avrich still remembers Peterson’s generosity on stage. “Maybe the Canadian in him.” The opinions and recommendations are …

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Natalie Hemby: Pins and Needles album review

Over the years of creating material for others, songwriter Natalie Hemby has specialized in creating songs around thoughtful characters. Country music, fortunately, thrives on storytelling. At Have ants, the artist who won a publishing contract barely out of his teens tackles her own tunes, songs she could have written for …

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Kit Downes set to descend on Cork this weekend

When the English pianist and composer Kit Downes was ten years old and a chorister at Norwich Cathedral, he was encouraged to start playing the church pipe organ, one of the largest in the country. He learned the technique and a bit of organ repertoire for hymns and psalms, but …

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Kacey and Cash and country music

October 17 — The recording of “Where Have All the Flowers Gone” by Pete Seeger turned out to be such a good song that The Kingston Trio, Peter, Paul and Mary and even Trini Lopez and Johnny Rivers have had success with. Although this is a song about the loss …

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Lille President Olivier Létang: “We have hit rock bottom.

” Back Talk to Main video after his team’s 1-0 defeat against Clermont yesterday, Lille president Olivier Létang acknowledged that the champions are now in a difficult situation after a mediocre start to defend their title. His words transcribed in The voice of the North, the former Rennais in particular …

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A Bulgari necklace with a touch of jazz age

The tassel has been used as a decoration at least since the time of the ancient Egyptians – a gold and silver one was found in Tutankhamun’s tomb – but for sophisticated jewelers, its heyday was the 1920s, when the hems went up to ‘at the knee as a waistline …

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Seven fitness classes in London to soothe your winter blues

Many people quickly find that fitness classes are not for them, while some experience and breathe Pilates and HIIT weekly, claiming they are good mood boosters. With the end of the year fast approaching, we’re going to need something new, something to keep going and give ourselves something to accomplish …

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1. BLUE RED ZONE | Soccer

BRYAN WOOLSTON, ASSOCIATE PRESS While the Packers train Matt LaFleur didn’t particularly appreciate questions about how his offense struggled in the red zone in the first five games of this season compared to last year – the unit went from an 80% hit rate , the league’s best, at 55% …

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5 stars for “Fall at the Opry” from Flat Rock Playhouse

After 19 months of darkness (that’s theater lingo for not having a show), the stage and house lights are on again at Flat Rock Playhouse with the production of “Autumn at the Opry”, a diverse and uplifting tribute to predominantly country music. Unlike some musical journals which create scenes to …

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A canary in an ice-rich rock glacier in Alaska

Emily Schwing: It is American scientist‘s 60-Second Science. I am Emily Schwing. How do you fight an uphill battle when the problem moves down? This is exactly what Denali National Park resident geologist Denny Capps is trying to figure out. Caps: Over the past few years, the Pretty Rocks landslide …

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Aesop Rock & Blockhead – “Jazz Hands”

Underground rap wordmaker Aesop Rock and veteran producer Blockhead have announced a new joint album titled Garbology. Although the two are longtime collaborators who have worked together numerous times since the late 90s, Garbology, which reunited while Aesop Rock was dealing with the loss of a close friend in January …

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Jimmy’s Jazz & Blues Club features jazz master NEA and legendary saxophonist CHARLES LLOYD and 6x-GRAMMY® nominated pianist GERALD CLAYTON on October 29, 30 and 31 at 7:30 p.m.

Charles Lloyd and Gerald Clayton at Jimmy’s Jazz & Blues Club “Charles Lloyd is a legendary saxophonist. He is one of the greatest jazz musicians alive today and we are so excited that he is performing at Jimmy’s Jazz & Blues Club with such a talented group of jazz artists. …

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Quick recap: grizzly bears explode pistons 128-97

The Memphis Grizzlies seem more ready than ever to start the regular season, as they beat the exhausted Detroit Pistons 127-92 in their fourth preseason game. The first quarter was an absolute chore as officials wanted it to be known early on that this was THEIR preseason game, calling 18 …

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6 things not to miss

Country Thunder Arizona finally returns to the Canyon Moon Ranch outside Florence for a four-day weekend starting Thursday, October 14, with headlining sets for Old Dominion, Dustin Lynch, Luke Combs and Eric Church. Originally scheduled for April 2020, the country music festival has been rescheduled three times due to COVID-19. …

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5 questions with Peachtree Hoops

5 questions with Peachtree Hoops

How Much Does A Bad Credit Loan Really Cost? Occasionally, and based on the lender you have you may be able to prepay your loan for bad credit. There may be instances that you’re not able to make a prepayment on your loan. Prepaying your loan in the end is advantageous to …

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The best tracks from the rising star of country music

Known for his timeless voice and sophisticated style, Brett Eldredge has already had great success in his young career in Nashville – riding a wave of back-to-back hit songs, nominations for several different accolades, sold-out rooms and fans. faithful and worshipers. More so, the romantic nature of Brett Eldredge’s songs …

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Award-winning blues rocker Carolyn Wonderland hits the road

Singer, guitarist, songwriter Carolyn Wonderland Ishmael Quintanilla III Austin’s award-winning singer / songwriter / guitarist Carolyn Wonderland (who also plays trumpet, accordion, piano, mandolin and lap steel) today released her last album, Tempt fate. “She’s something else,” says Bob Dylan. “It should be nationwide.” Fortunately, now Wonderland is nationwide, touring …

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Whispers, news, how to listen; The player movement begins as all eyes turn to Carlton Blues and Adam Cerra for the AFL commercial period; Toby Greene hearing; Hawthorn falcons

Transactions completed so far in the 2021 business period. If other transactions are completed and confirmed today, we will add them to the list. 1. Essendon signed uncompensated free agent Jake Kelly (Adelaide Crows) on Friday, October 1. Based on the player’s age and contract offer, the AFL informed the …

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Country music can’t decide on the vaccine

In what is likely to become a trend, Gov. Gavin Newsom made California the first state to announce that vaccines will be mandatory for children to attend public or private school in person. The term is dependent on FDA approval for each respective age group – which has yet to …

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It’s Basketball Time: Spurs at Pistons

Welcome to the Game Thread. Game Thread veterans know how we do things here, but for all newbies we have a few rules. Our Community rules apply and basically say be cool, no personal attacks, don’t cheat or swear too much. It’s preseason, and the score and wins and losses …

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New Haus Laboratories eyeshadow palette pays homage to jazz music

Although Lady Gaga rose to fame as a dance-pop diva, the 35-year-old is actually a classically trained musician. His continued collaboration with music legend Tony Bennett showcased his jazz sensibility and pure vocal talent, leaving fans guessing at every turn. Gaga did the same with her makeup brand, Haus Laboratories, …

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Wisconsin trumpeter fights pandemic blues with music

BROOKFIELD, Wisc. – One of the best things about the pandemic has been the way it has brought out the best in some people. A man from Brookfield tries to share his love of music. Every Sunday evening, around 6 p.m., you’ll hear the sounds of a trumpet in Gary …

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Sam Docherty’s Battle Against Testicular Cancer, Social Media Post, Carlton Blues Players Shave Their Heads, Fundraiser, Peter Mac Cancer Foundation

Carlton players will shave their heads on Friday in support of Sam Docherty to raise funds for the Peter Mac Cancer Foundation. Docherty, 27, is currently undergoing chemotherapy following a secondary recurrence of testicular cancer. The Blues defender courageously opened up about his second battle with cancer in a social …

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This Jazz-Kings business is centered around Buddy Hield

NBA Analysis Network The Utah Jazz had the best record in the NBA during the 2020-21 regular season, earning them the No.1 seed in the Western Conference. Unfortunately, they couldn’t make the most of it as they were knocked out early in the playoffs. Utah managed to beat the Memphis …

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Rescheduled Locash concert in Jackson

JACKSON, MI – A country music concert originally slated for Jackson in 2020 has been rescheduled and is back for the fall. Locash was due to occur in March 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic struck, forcing a cancellation, said Scott Vitale, promoter of Country Boots and Bands. Related: Locash to …

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Utah Jazz face San Antonio Spurs in season opener

And that’s how Jazz basketball is back! Having the first “normal” offseason since the start of the pandemic, it seems like forever since the Utah Jazz lost four straight games to the Los Angeles Clippers last June. Now, with Donovan Mitchell and Mike Conley in full health after a much-needed …

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Music Compound awards the “Rock Your Summer Reading” grand prize

The Music Compound’s popular Rock Your Summer Reading program has seen significant growth this year, with kids recording their readings and receiving special treats, cool items and unique experiences donated by area businesses for prizes. Almost 80 children participated this year, registering over 1,700 pounds in total. As the number …

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Costa Rican drummer presents his first jazz album

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Osvaldo Vargas Mora, musician and drummer of Tico, found the motivation and the space to produce his first contemporary jazz album. With its launch, the artist seeks to publicize his music and what it expresses. Over the next few months, Vargas will present …

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The True Blues Who Could Decide The NRL Grand Final

Penrith Panthers will take on the South Sydney Rabbitohs tonight in a historic 2021 NRL Grand Final, held for the very first time at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane. As Penrith looks to avoid his second Grand Final defeat in as many seasons, the Rabbitohs coached by Wayne Bennett aim to …

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A new vision of the blues

We are all exhausted playing the same scales, the same way, over and over again. A common solution to this guitar anxiety is to look for other scales, in the hopes of finding a new muse. While learning new scales is an important part of your development as a player, …

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Hard Rock Cafe Kathmandu set to open in October

Hard Rock Cafe Kathmandu will open at Sherpa Mall, Durbar Marg, in the heart of Kathmandu later this month. The cafe will feature an American-inspired menu, cocktails and even a culinary tribute to his new hometown along with memorabilia from some of the biggest names in the music industry. It …

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Fantasy Hockey 2021-2022 Preview: St. Louis Blues

Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports Are you ready? We’re back to the 82-game regular-season format, which means more joy and also more pain. It’s a roller coaster of emotions every season because there are always surprises, and the good ones can make us feel like geniuses while the bad ones …

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Panama City, Florida to host free Jazz by the Bay festival

PANAMA CITY – According to the Gulf Jazz Society, the COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll on the entertainment industry over the past year and a half. Especially in the field of live musical performance. If you’re one of the many who missed out on sitting down and enjoying a …

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Country Artist Karen Waldrup, Legendary Producer Paul Worley and Music Benefactor’s Innovative Investment Opportunity Explode With Support

September 29, 2021 (Nashville, TN) – Country music artist, viral sensation and innovative entrepreneur, Karen Waldrup’s Project with Music Benefactors is a revolutionary fundraising platform that allows music fans to invest in the projects of their favorite artists and share royalties generated by albums. Support for this project is exploding …

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Now you see me, now you ain’t got no rock stains are back

A far offshore grain of rock that has periodically emerged for over a century only to disappear again seems to offer Japan the tantalizing prospect of one day being able to expand its territorial waters and exclusive economic zone. Whether the outcrop of the Ogasawara island chain, 1,300 kilometers south …

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Sturgill Simpson cancels dates for 2021 tour

A week after having to cancel several of his shows, including a multi-night stint at Webster Hall in New York City, Sturgill Simpson canceled the rest of his tour dates for 2021. The country singer-guitarist posted on Instagram that he had dealt with serious vocal cord problems that left his …

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Free jab package with music festival

Since the launch of #VAXTHENATION, show organizers and artists have been encouraging Australians to get vaccinated through a variety of approaches. Recently, the Savannah in the Round Festival, a country music event held in the tropics of Cairns, spearheaded the initiative to partner with Queensland Health and become the first …

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The tiny village of Eagle Rock leads the way

LOS ANGELES – The parking lot at the north end of Figueroa Street is about to be redeveloped. A bulldozer cracked the asphalt on Wednesday, ushering in Los Angeles’ brand new small family village. “If Los Angeles is the epicenter of homelessness in the country, then our neighborhood is point …

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Utah Jazz signs deal with former Duke basketball great man

A 23-year-old Duke basketball product could find a home with the Utah Jazz. This week, Utah Jazz signed a preseason contract with former Duke basketball center and third-year professional Marques Bolden. Now Utah has reached the 20-player NBA limit for the current training camp in Las Vegas and the upcoming …

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Brazilian swimmers beat pandemic blues in Rio waters

RIO DE JANEIRO, September 29 (Reuters) – Most weekday mornings, as the sun begins to heat up the golden arc of Rio de Janeiro’s Copacabana Beach, Amanda Brandao sinks into the blue-green Atlantic and joins a group of swimmers seeking to release their stress on the shore. The early morning …

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The Beatty Rocks group carves a work in stone

They grab your attention in unexpected places – near the trunk of a tree, next to a path, next to a landmark – shiny pieces of fancy hidden in plain sight like the remains of a gigantic hunt. with Easter eggs. You pick one up and realize it’s actually a …

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Girard school receives the blue ribbon | News, Sports, Jobs

Staff Photo / Bob Coupland Gabriella Anderson, 10, a fifth-grade student at Girard Middle School, speaks with principal Julianne Ware, right, at the school on Tuesday. Girard Middle School received a National Blue Ribbon Award for student test scores. GIRARD – Girard Middle School will receive a special award because …

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Rock Springs man sentenced to jail for child sexual abuse

GREEN RIVER – Spencer Dean Brown, 19, of Rock Springs, was sentenced to 5-10 in Wyoming State Penitentiary for child sexual abuse on multiple occasions in the spring of 2020. Brown was 18 when he was arrested for second degree sexual assault on his then 13-year-old victim in Rock Springs. …

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