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Jessica Nicholson • January 3, 2018 •

Writers Compete In ‘Milkbone Challenge’

Pictured (L-R) Back row: James McNair, Scott Thomas, Matt Alderman, Seth Ennis, Josh Dunne, Brock Berryhill, Tyler Reeve, Jeremy Bussey, Barry Knox, Jamie Paulin. Second Row (L-R): Jona Sherwood, Jared Mullins, Jay Brunswick, Jody Stevens, Tommy Cecil, Jaida Dreyer, Greylan James, Brad Clawson, Matt Thomas. Front Row (L-R): Mandelyn Monchick, Kasey Tyndall, Lainey Wilson. Photo: Kristin KJ Joyner. [CLICK TO ENLARGE]

About Dec. 28 some of Nashville’s hit songwriters combined forces for the second annual Milkbone Challenge (MBC). Twenty-two authorsmusicians and composers fulfilled at Parmalee‘s house west of Nashville to write songs and compete for the MBC awards such as Best Song of the Day, so’ The Line and Day Of Day.

In which groups had three hours to write and record their song, the battle was split into two sessions using five composing teams per session. In the end of the afternoon, those included assembled to listen to of the tunes. Judges Tom Luteran (SonyATV), Dave Rose (Deep South Entertainment DSE), Mandelyn Monchick (DSE), Tiffany Bearden (Evolution PR) and Kasey Cleckler (NSAI) deliberated to Pick the winners of the three existing categories, as well as set a new class for the Best Radio Song.

Best Song of the Day had been given to “Back Of A Baptist Church,” composed by Seth Ennis, Jaida Dreyer, Tommy Cecil and Jared Mullins. Line of the Day had been awarded to Seth Ennis for “Cause she’s got it all and her sole flaw is who’s holding her hands” from the song “She Loves Me,” written by Ennis, Barry Knox, Matt Alderman and Lainey Wilson. Lick O’ The Day had been awarded to James McNair for your song “Home Away from Home,” composed by McNair, Jona Sherwood, Parmalee’s Matt Thomas, Kasey Tyndall and Parmalee’s Barry Knox. The Brand-new Best Radio Song award has been introduced to “Looking For a Song,” composed by Jody Stevens, Jay Brunswick, Greylan James and Brad Clawson.

Last year’s participants included: Tommy Cecil, Jared Mullins, Jaida Dreyer, Seth Ennis, Jody Stevens, Jay Brunswick, Greylan James, Brad Clawson, Barry Knox, Jona Sherwood, Matt Thomas, James McNair, Kasey Tyndall, Will Weatherly, Scott Thomas, Jamie Paulin, Matt Alderman, Josh Dunne, Brock Berryhill, Tyler Reeve, Lainey Wilson and Jeremy Bussey.

78 RPM Records Inks Deal With Vince Youngs

Pictured (L-R): Attorney William Whitacre, Vince Youngs and 78 RPM Records’ Bernie Faulkner (standing). Photo media

President of 78 RPM Records’ Bernie Faulkner has announced the signing of Modesto, California based nation rookie Vince Youngs to the label and About The Wall Music. Anticipate Youngs’ radio release this month.

Nash Nights Live‘s Elaina Smith To Be Featured On Final Season Of Nashville

Elaina Smith together with all the event’s director, Tim Busfield (The West Wing, Studio 60).

NASH Nights Live‘s Elaina Smith debuts Thursday night (Jan. 4) on the season premiere of CMT’s Nashville. Smith will play herself, conducting an interview with Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panettiere). The CMT episode, titled “New Strings,” starts the series’ sixth and final year.

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Garmin’s Forerunner 645 Music Has Storage For 500 Songs – CES 2018

Garmin’s Forerunner 645 Music Has Storage For 500 Songs — CES 2018

– Inspired By Joshua Swingle

Garmin has announced the Forerunner 645 Music, its latest product. Garmin is famous. The business has again announced another fitness-focused in this Forerunner 645 Music’s form today, but as the name implies, running is not the focus.

The Forerunner 645 Audio is a typical GPS running smartwatch, with the extra bonus of storage which is particularly designed to hold up to 500 songs. Trainers who have the watch is going to be permitted to create a playlist through providers such as iHeart Radio and Deezer and get it to offline listening to the fitness wearable. Users need to join a pair of Bluetooth headphones in order to follow the music once downloaded. Disappointingly for many, though, more popular services such as Spotify and Apple Music don’t appear to be encouraged as of yet, but it is possible that service will arrive later on. Along with music storage, the Forerunner 645 Music comprises Garmin Pay, allowing consumers to pay through payments for items on the move whenever in need. Layout wise, the sports a look, using a wide range of interchangeable sport bands, in addition to a metal bezel wrap around the display. When music and GPS are switched off , along with this Garmin is claiming the battery in the device should be sufficient for up to seven days. The battery should provide 5 hours of battery life, if those are activated.

Aside from these features, like most other Garmin products, the wearable features continuous heart rate monitoring, performance tracking tools, advanced running dynamics and many customization options such as watch faces, widgets, data fields and even programs which are readily available to download through the Garmin Connect IQ store. Just like Garmin devices, when there is a workout finished and the watch is related to a smartphone, the action will automatically upload into the Garmin Connect online community. For those considering Garmin’s most recent offering, the Forerunner 645 Music is going to soon be accessible with a Dark or Cerise band and can retail for $449.99. If users think about the music attribute unnecessary, though, Garmin will also supply another version known only as the Forerunner 645 which will go on sale in the slightly reduced price of $399.99 and will be available with either a Black or Sandstone-colored ring.

Stage occasions and what songs to anticipate at Metro Radio Arena

Prepare to ‘smile like you mean it’ if you’re a fan of The Killers since the multi-platinum selling American band have been in Newcastle tonight.

The award-winning act accountable for complete anthems like Mr Brightside, Somebody Told Me Individual and When We Were Young is going to be in the Metro Radio Arena and if their past shows on Newcastle are not anything to go by, tickets ought to be in amazing demand.

In fact, the excursion is currently underway and today we can show exactly what the set list is very likely to be and if they’ll hit the stage.

The show is really a sell-out, but it’s definitely worth checking ticketmaster amd Eventim in case any do become available.

The Killers' lead singer Brandon Flowers during the first of two gigs at the NEC's Genting Arena on Monday and Tuesday, November 6 and 7, 2017. Photo credit: Rob Loud

The Killers’ lead singer Brandon Flowers during the first of two gigs in the NEC’s Genting Arena on Monday and Tuesday, November 6 and 7, 2017. Photo credit: Rob Loud

Stage times for Your Kiillers

Doors Open: 6pm

Support (Alex Cameron) : 7.45pm – 8.30pm

The Killers: 9pm

Here’s a run of the set list from a couple of nights ago – seems like those with tickets are available for a treat

Run for Cover

The Man

Spaceman

Shot in the Night

The Way It Was

Jenny Was a Friend of Mine

Somebody Told Me

Rut

Tyson vs. Douglas

Losing Touch

For Reasons Unknown

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Out of My Head

A Dustland Fairytale

Runaways

Read My Head

All These Things That I’ve Done

Encore:

Bling (Confession of a King)

Human

Mr. Brightside

Encore 2:

Exitlude

When You Were Young

The Buzz: Christmas Concerns on recycling bulbs, and music on radio

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Music Pupils’ path leads to Reside radio performances — The Forecaster

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PORTLAND — Music pupils at Portland Arts and Technology High School this week have been scheduled to record several holiday favorites — dwell on the tv.

The semester is currently planned for Friday, Dec. 15, following Tuesday’s snowy weather led to the school to reschedule its appointment in 94.9 WHOM, according to Victoria Stubbs, the music teacher in PATHS.

The songs will be aired at various times through the rest of the month, also Stubbs said the station would “provide a shout-out into PATHS” each time that the songs are played.

The station, which can be at One City Center in downtown, performs music from the 1980s by now, also can be heard across northern New England.

But in the time of year, WHOM performs Christmas music all the time, and that is why the high school pupils were  encouraged to do holiday songs live on the morning show.

“We jumped at the opportunity and we’re awaiting it,” Stubbs said prior to this recording session. “This is a new venture for the music program in PATHS. We have never done a live radio operation. … This is a new experience for the pupils also. Some of them have completed talk interviews with the radio in the past, but this can be a first for performing live.”

The pupils are slated to do three vacation songs: “All I Want for Christmas is You,”“Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” and “My Favorite Things.”

Stubbs said seven pupils from the music program in PATHS were chosen to take part: Siama Green and Olivia Vail from Deering High School,Megan Walz from Portland High School, Jazmine Margel in Scarborough High School, along with Delaney Clifford in Bonny Eagle High School at Standish.

The musicians are Alden Bertinet in Gorham High School on guitar along with Logan Strout from Windham High School on drums.

Stubbs explained the song choice for the live radio session started with interested students picking their preferred holiday songs, they submitted for review.

“We collectively picked the very best three songs,” she said. “The students have been working on the songs for a couple of weeks. Some sessions were student-led and a few sessions were coached by me.”

Stubbs said that the live radio appearance provides students “exposure to a broad (audience) of radio listeners.”

To get PATHS, it is a opportunity to produce a relation between the music program along with the Portland community, and to spread the word concerning PATHS.

“I hope listeners learn that PATHS is a school full of students who opt to attend according to their interests and passions. This creates an environment that is focused and positive,” Stubbs said. “I (also) hope listeners know that PATHS is a excellent place for high school pupils to find a head start in their career option.”

Kate Irish Collins can be reached in 710-2336 or even kcollins@theforecaster.net. Follow Kate on Twitter: .

These vocalists from the Portland Arts and Technology High School music program have been put to sing three most popular holiday songs live on the radio Tuesday. From left are Delaney Clifford, Jazmine Margel, Siama Green along with Livi Vail.

Giants vs. Raiders: Time, Tv, radio and streaming Program

The New York Giants (2-9) will stop by the Oakland Raiders (5-6) on Sunday in Oakland Alameda Coliseum and will have a quarterback other than Eli Manning beginning for the first time since late 2004.

For advice on how to watch or listen to this sport, in Addition to an  injury record, read on:

Game info

New York Giants at Oakland Raiders

4:25 p.m. ET, Thursday, Dec. 3

Oakland Alameda Coliseum — Oakland, CA

Television

FOX (regional)

Announcers: Kenny Albert, Ronde Barber and Kristina Pink.

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SiriusXM Radio (Channel 81 — Oakland)
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WFAN (880 AM — New York)
WIII (99.9 FM — Cortland)
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WENY (1230 AM — Elmira)
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WGMM (98.7 FM — Corning)
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WAUB (1590 AM — Auburn)
WIRY (1340 AM — Plattsburg)
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WRNY (1350 AM — Oswego)
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W249BC (97.7 FM — Little Falls)
W261AC (100.1 FM — Little Falls)
WAAL (99.1 FM — Binghamton)
WPYX (106.5 FM — Albany)
WADO (1280 AM — Spanish Broadcast)

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Next four matches

Dec. 3 — at Oakland Raiders — 4:25 p.m.

Dec. 10 — vs. Dallas Cowboys — 1:00 p.m.

Dec. 17 — vs. Philadelphia Eagles — 1:00 p.m.

Dec. 24 — in Arizona Cardinals — 4:25 p.m.

Injuries

Giants— Linebacker Jonathan Casillas (neck/wrist), offensive lineman Justin Pugh (rear), defensive tackle Damon Harrison (elbow) along with cornerback Eli Apple (hip).

Raiders — Wide receivers Amari Cooper (concussion/ankle) along with Cordarrelle Patterson (hip), linebacker Cory James (knee), guard Gabe Jackson (foot) and cornerback David Amerson (foot).

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