Allen Heath

18 Apr 19
Sam Ash Used Gear

Used Allen & Heath MZ162DX Mixer. This mixer shows road use but is in excellent working condition. One of the most popular live mixers there is at a great price!

18 Apr 19
Americas Police Problem

Four days ago we thought there were only a few officers taking the Feeling Cute Challenge to a dangerous level, now we know it is worse than we expected and officers are losing their jobs because of the posts. Since we broke the news about law enforcement’s version of the Feeling Cute Challenge we have […]

18 Apr 19
$leazePrie$t

PELL CITY, ALABAMA: The Pell City Center for Education and the Performing Arts (CEPA) is the cultural heart and soul of Pell City, Alabama, a mixed economy town and Birmingham suburb of over 13,000 residents. A little over a decade old, CEPA’s lovely 400-seat theater is used daily by the adjacent …

18 Apr 19
Roqoo Depot

Here is this week’s Podcasts in Review, starting with the top five and honorable mentions, then moving on to the full reviews. As I was at Star Wars Celebration Chicago, not as many podcasts as usual, but I was able to go to some of the podcast stage panels and you can find those reviews […]

18 Apr 19
Red Bluff Daily News
RED BLUFF — Following are results from the first round of slack competitions Wednesday at the Red Bluff Round-Up Rodeo, held at the Tehama District Fairground. Tie-down roping 1. Stetson Vest, Childress, Texas 9.1 seconds; 2. Joey Dickens, Loveland, Colo. 9.3; 3. Cody Craig, Wendell, Idaho 9.4; 4. Westyn Hughes, Caldwell, Texas 9.7; 5. (tie) J.D. McCuistion, Collinsville, Texas and Cade Swor, Winnie, Texas 9.9 each. Team roping 1. Rhen Richard, Roosevelt, Utah/Bucky Campbell, Morristown, Ariz. 7.1 seconds; 2. Jr. Dees, Aurora, S.D./Lane Siggins, Coolidge, Ariz. 7.2; 3. Spencer Mitchell, Orange Cove, Calif./CodyDoescher, Webbers Falls, Okla. 7.6; 4. (tie) Coleman Proctor, Pryor, Okla./Ryan Motes, Weatherford, Texas and Cody Mora, San Miguel, Calif./Jason Johe, San Luis Obispo, Calif. 8.2 each; 6. J.B. James, Jr., Bennett, Colo./Brock Hanson, Bennett, Colo. 8.3; 7. (tie) Luke Brown, Rock Hill, S.C./Jade Corkill, Fallon, Nev. and Cody Snow, Los Olivos, Calif./Hunter Koch, Vernon, Texas 8.6 each. Steer wrestling 1. Don Payne, Stephenville, Texas 4.3 seconds; 2. Matt Reeves, Cross Plains, Texas 4.4; 3. Tom Lewis, Lehi, Utah 4.8; 4. (tie) Hunter Cure, Holliday, Texas, Tucker Allen, Oak View, Calif., and Heath Thomas, Hemphill, Texas 5.0 each; 7. (tie) Jace Melvin, Ft. Pierre, S.D. and Cody Devers, Balko, Okla. 5.1 each. The second round of the tie-down, team roping and steer wrestling takes place during slack on Thursday, April 18. After the average has been determined, the top 24 in each of those three events will advance to competition during the Round-Up on April 19-20. Barrel racing slack is set for 10 a.m. Friday.
17 Apr 19
Access Genealogy

A complete listing of all available online Berkshire County Massachusetts cemeteries, with links to multiple cemetery transcriptions, gravestone photos, tombstone photos, official records, etc.

17 Apr 19
The Prayer Link

 “Come now, let us settle the matter,” says the LORD. “Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they are red as crimson, they shall be like wool. ~Isaiah 1:18~ I love Scriptures that have become songs. Today, let’s thank God for the improvement Chuck Pittman is making following […]

17 Apr 19
AFLRATINGS

Check in with the Round 5 Teams as they are announced. Round 5 Teams Thursday Brisbane v Collingwood (Gabba) Brisbane (Late Changes: 0) B Luke Hodge, Harris Andrews, Daniel RichHB Alex Witherden, Darcy Gardiner, Mitch RobinsonC Jarrod Berry, Lachie Neale, Hugh McCluggageHF Cam Rayner, Eric Hipwood, Lincoln McCarthyF Charles Cameron, Daniel McStay, Oscar McInerneyFOL Stefan […]

17 Apr 19
Update News Portal

0 of 32 Michael Conroy/Associated Press The NFL streets are talking—and they’re not using their inside voices. While draft rumors and more rational opinions take over the NFL news cycle, sprinkles of truth can be pulled from the discourse.  Some general managers have been upfront about their draft plans, putting up proverbial “open for business” […]

17 Apr 19
Kanale Speaks

  Welcome to Hungary. Let’s get started right away as we have a lot of music in store.   Leading off will be guitarist Gábor Szabó. Szabó first became interested in the guitar at the age of 14 after seeing a Roy Rogers movie. His first guitar – a badly made guitar at that – […]

17 Apr 19
Tnewst

0 of 32 Michael Conroy/Associated Press The NFL streets are talking—and they’re not using their inside voices. While draft rumors and more rational opinions take over the NFL news cycle, sprinkles of truth can be pulled from the discourse.  Some general managers have been upfront about their draft plans, putting up proverbial “open for business” […]

17 Apr 19
The Mercury News
San Jose Jazz has announced more performers for its annual Summer Fest event, including The Family Stone, Carl Allen’s Tribute to Art Blakey, Kim Nalley Trio with James Carter, Mads Tolling and the Mads Men and the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir. Other additions include Sylvia Cuenca Quartet With Gary Bartz, Elio Villafranca, Septeto Chappotín, Kassa Overall, Marquis Hill Blacktet, Ellis Marsalis Piano Competition Winners, China Moses, Arsenio Rodriguez Project, Iris Sandra Orquesta, Orquesta La Moderna Tradición, Gunhild Carling, Aki Kumar’s Bollywood Blues, Emmet Cohen and Tootie Heath, Akira Tana and Otonowa, Aaron Lington Sextet Reimagines the Music of Led Zeppelin and Nicole Zuraitis and the Generations of Her. These artists (and many others) will join such previously announced acts as Dianne Reeves, Gregory Porter, Pink Martini, The O’Jays, Orquesta La-33, Fred Hersch, Roberta Gambarini Quartet, Sons of Kemet, Monty Alexander and the Harlem-Kingston Express, Ivan Lins, Charlie Hunter and Lucy Woodward, Veronica Swift with the Emmet Cohen Trio, Sammy Miller and the Congregation, and Marcus Shelby Orchestra with Tiffany Austin. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] The full lineup is listed below. The festival runs Aug. 9-11 in downtown San Jose. For ticket information and other details, visit summerfest.sanjosejazz.org. Full lineup (as of April 16): Dianne Reeves, Gregory Porter, Pink Martini, The O’Jays, The Family Stone, Orquesta La-33, Fred Hersch, Sons of Kemet, Ivan Lins, Carl Allen’s Tribute to Art Blakey, Sylvia Cuenca Quartet With Gary Bartz, Monty Alexander and the Harlem-Kingston Express, Gunhild Carling, Charlie Hunter and Lucy Woodward, Elio Villafranca: Cinque, Emmet Cohen and Tootie Heath, Veronica Swift with the Emmet Cohen Trio, Marcus Shelby Orchestra with Tiffany Austin, China Moses, Roberta Gambarini Quartet, Kim Nalley Trio with James Carter, Mads Tolling and Mads Men, Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir, Kassa Overall, Marquis Hill Blacktet, Ellis Marsalis Piano Competition Winners Aki Kumar’s Bollywood Blues, Akira Tana and Otonowa, Aaron Lington Sextet Reimagines the Music of Led Zeppelin, Sammy Miller and the Congregation, Nicole Zuratis and the Generations of Her, Graciano 4 Cuarteto, Urban Renewal Project, Alaya Project Indo-Jazz-Funk, Jackie Gage Tribute to Nancy Wilson, Dahveed Behroozi Trio, Richard Howell Plays A Love Supreme, Ray Obiedo Urban Latin Jazz Project, Amy D., Connie Han, Pedro Martins and Pipoquinha, Greg Abate, Natalia Ardis Quartet, Dock in Absolute, Nao Yoshioka, David L Harris, Joropo Band, Christoph Irniger: Pilgrim, DOMi and JD Beck, SJZ Collective Plays Mingus, Jazz Garden Big Band 40th Anniversary, Too Slim and the Taildraggers. Zydeco Flames, Septeto Chappotín, Arsenio Rodriguez Project, Orquesta La-33, Iris Sandra Orquesta, Orquesta La Moderna Tradición, Danilo y Orquesta Universal, Gabriel Gonzalez & La Verdad, Manny Martínez y La Rebeldía, La Redada, Very Be Careful, Buyepongo, Gilberto Rodríguez y Los Intocables, Las Chollas Peligrosas, Mala Greña Valley Wolf, DJ Tropicaza, Caravan of Blues Allstars, Maggie Belle Band, ValLimar Jansen: Grits and Bourbon, Shamarr Allen and the Underdawgs, Dara Tucker, Top Shelf Big Band, East Side Funk, Retro Notes, Legally Blue, Arnie Co, Synchronicity, SOJ Band, 7th Street Big Band, SJZ High School All Stars, Latin Jazz Youth Ensemble of San Francisco, Los Gatos-Saratoga Big Band, Serenaders, Millennium Sounds, Swing Solution, Full Spectrum, Footnotes, The Lyratones, more.  
17 Apr 19
East Bay Times
San Jose Jazz has announced more performers for its annual Summer Fest event, including The Family Stone, Carl Allen’s Tribute to Art Blakey, Kim Nalley Trio with James Carter, Mads Tolling and the Mads Men and the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir. Other additions include Sylvia Cuenca Quartet With Gary Bartz, Elio Villafranca, Septeto Chappotín, Kassa Overall, Marquis Hill Blacktet, Ellis Marsalis Piano Competition Winners, China Moses, Arsenio Rodriguez Project, Iris Sandra Orquesta, Orquesta La Moderna Tradición, Gunhild Carling, Aki Kumar’s Bollywood Blues, Emmet Cohen and Tootie Heath, Akira Tana and Otonowa, Aaron Lington Sextet Reimagines the Music of Led Zeppelin and Nicole Zuraitis and the Generations of Her. These artists (and many others) will join such previously announced acts as Dianne Reeves, Gregory Porter, Pink Martini, The O’Jays, Orquesta La-33, Fred Hersch, Roberta Gambarini Quartet, Sons of Kemet, Monty Alexander and the Harlem-Kingston Express, Ivan Lins, Charlie Hunter and Lucy Woodward, Veronica Swift with the Emmet Cohen Trio, Sammy Miller and the Congregation, and Marcus Shelby Orchestra with Tiffany Austin. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] The full lineup is listed below. The festival runs Aug. 9-11 in downtown San Jose. For ticket information and other details, visit summerfest.sanjosejazz.org. Full lineup (as of April 16): Dianne Reeves, Gregory Porter, Pink Martini, The O’Jays, The Family Stone, Orquesta La-33, Fred Hersch, Sons of Kemet, Ivan Lins, Carl Allen’s Tribute to Art Blakey, Sylvia Cuenca Quartet With Gary Bartz, Monty Alexander and the Harlem-Kingston Express, Gunhild Carling, Charlie Hunter and Lucy Woodward, Elio Villafranca: Cinque, Emmet Cohen and Tootie Heath, Veronica Swift with the Emmet Cohen Trio, Marcus Shelby Orchestra with Tiffany Austin, China Moses, Roberta Gambarini Quartet, Kim Nalley Trio with James Carter, Mads Tolling and Mads Men, Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir, Kassa Overall, Marquis Hill Blacktet, Ellis Marsalis Piano Competition Winners Aki Kumar’s Bollywood Blues, Akira Tana and Otonowa, Aaron Lington Sextet Reimagines the Music of Led Zeppelin, Sammy Miller and the Congregation, Nicole Zuratis and the Generations of Her, Graciano 4 Cuarteto, Urban Renewal Project, Alaya Project Indo-Jazz-Funk, Jackie Gage Tribute to Nancy Wilson, Dahveed Behroozi Trio, Richard Howell Plays A Love Supreme, Ray Obiedo Urban Latin Jazz Project, Amy D., Connie Han, Pedro Martins and Pipoquinha, Greg Abate, Natalia Ardis Quartet, Dock in Absolute, Nao Yoshioka, David L Harris, Joropo Band, Christoph Irniger: Pilgrim, DOMi and JD Beck, SJZ Collective Plays Mingus, Jazz Garden Big Band 40th Anniversary, Too Slim and the Taildraggers. Zydeco Flames, Septeto Chappotín, Arsenio Rodriguez Project, Orquesta La-33, Iris Sandra Orquesta, Orquesta La Moderna Tradición, Danilo y Orquesta Universal, Gabriel Gonzalez & La Verdad, Manny Martínez y La Rebeldía, La Redada, Very Be Careful, Buyepongo, Gilberto Rodríguez y Los Intocables, Las Chollas Peligrosas, Mala Greña Valley Wolf, DJ Tropicaza, Caravan of Blues Allstars, Maggie Belle Band, ValLimar Jansen: Grits and Bourbon, Shamarr Allen and the Underdawgs, Dara Tucker, Top Shelf Big Band, East Side Funk, Retro Notes, Legally Blue, Arnie Co, Synchronicity, SOJ Band, 7th Street Big Band, SJZ High School All Stars, Latin Jazz Youth Ensemble of San Francisco, Los Gatos-Saratoga Big Band, Serenaders, Millennium Sounds, Swing Solution, Full Spectrum, Footnotes, The Lyratones, more.  
16 Apr 19
Le Visiteur Online

10 Classic House Cuts That Still Jack! – With Orlando B Orlando B is an artist who had been forging a strong reputation over the last few years for releasing quality house and techno cuts on his own vinyl labels Eastbound Recordings, Nologo and Contemplate Recordings as well as a host of well regarded labels […]