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07 October 2022

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  • IAN HILL On Upcoming JUDAS PRIEST Album - "As Far As Sound, We’ve Taken It Forward Again... Hopefully It’s Another Step In The Right Direction"
    In a new interview with Vinyl Writer Music's Andrew Daly, bassist Ian Hill discusses Judas Priest's upcoming 50 Metal Years Tour, the significance of the band’s Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction, the group’s early years, the legacy of Screaming For Vengeance, and what lies ahead in 2023 and...
  • SAMMY HAGAR & THE CIRCLE Perform VAN HALEN Classic "Poundcake" Live In Ridgefield; Video
    On September 3rd, Sammy Hagar & The Circle performed at RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater in Ridgefield, WA. Newly posted fan-filmed video of the band performing the Van Halen classic "Poundcake" can be viewed below. Sammy Hagar & The Circle released their new album, Crazy Times, via UMe on CD/Digital...
  • Today In Metal History ? October 7th, 2022?SLAYER, KROKUS, EXODUS, METAL CHURCH, MESHUGGAH
    HEAVY BIRTHDAYS Happy 71st Marc Storace (KROKUS) - October 7th, 1951 Happy 69th Ricky Lynn Phillips (STYX, THE BABYS, BAD ENGLISH, COVERDALE-PAGE) - October 7th, 1953 Tico Torres (BON JOVI) - October 7th, 1953 Happy 64th Stan Bush – October 7th, 1958 HEAVY RELEASES Happy 36th SLAYER's Reign In Blood - October 7th, 1986...
  • Stream Fucked Up’s Scabrous New Noise-Rock EP Oberon

    Toronto greats Fucked Up have been in the game for a long, long time, and they’ve made a lot of confounding, unpredictable music. They’re not done. Last year, the band released the towering and ambitious Year Of The Horse. Today, they’ve followed that record up with a new EP that moves them into grimier, more abrasive territory.

  • Lana Del Rey Guests On Taylor Swift’s Midnights Track “Snow On The Beach”

    Taylor Swift has announced the tracklist for her new album Midnights, dropping two weeks from today. Swift has been revealing the titles one by one via a TikTok video series called “Midnights Mayhem With Me.” Last night she reeled off the last few, concluding with a superstar duet.

  • Hear A Previously Unreleased Demo From Sigur Rós’ 20th Anniversary ( ) Reissue

    Later this month, Sigur Rós’ officially-untitled third album, known to most of us as ( ), will celebrate its 20th anniversary. That album, an absurdly pretty 71-minute collection of untitled tracks, was a lot of people’s introduction to Sigur Rós, and it remains the favorite of many fans. On the day of the album’s anniversary, Sigur Rós will release a remastered reissue of ( ), and it’ll include a few unreleased demos. Today, they’ve shared one of them.

  • Ted Leo Releases Surprise New For Coit And Killie EP

    Today is Bandcamp Friday, that blessed holiday when the online music store forfeits its percentage of sales and when lots and lots of indie musicians release new music directly to the public. One of those musicians is the DIY lifer Ted Leo, who mostly only drops new music on Bandcamp Fridays these days. Six months ago, Leo released his surprise EP The Old 200. Today, Leo’s got another one for us.

  • Good Music To Ensure Safe Abortion Access To All Compilation Available For One Day Only

    As part of Bandcamp Friday, Good Music and Noise For Now have released a new fundraising compilation benefiting organizations that help facilitate abortion access in restrictive states. Good Music To Ensure Safe Abortion Access To All will be available for just 24 hours exclusively on Bandcamp and features new songs, covers, remixes, live versions, and unreleased demos from: Amanda Shires and Jason Isbell, Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros, Cat Power, Daniel Rossen, David Byrne and Devo, Death Cab For Cutie, Fleet Foxes, Gia Margaret, Grouplove, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Mac DeMarco, Maya Hawke, Overcoats, Pearl Jam, PUP, The Regrettes, R.E.M., Sleater-Kinney, Soccer Mommy, Tegan And Sara, Thao x Tune-Yards, Ty Segall, Wet Leg, and more. Also, the comp features cover art by Kim Gordon.

  • Beavis & Butt-Head Watch Olivia Rodrigo’s “Good 4 U” Video: “I Would Love To Have A Girl Be This Mad At Me”

    Paramount+ recently rebooted the classic MTV show Beavis & Butt-Head, with a new movie and new episodes of the show. That means we get to hear Mike Judge voicing both Beavis and Butt-Head as they process the intricacies of 2022 popular culture. The show has plotlines, but it also devotes significant real estate to its two heroes as they watch present-day music videos, as well as TikToks and YouTube clips. We’ve already posted Beavis and Butt-Head’s reactions to BTS and Tyler, The Creator, and now they’ve also weighed in on Olivia Rodrigo’s 2021 classic “Good 4 U.”

  • Hear Caroline Polachek’s New Song From Kurt Cobain Opera Last Days

    Caroline Polachek has had a fascinating career, and she continues to do interesting things with her level of indie-fame. In the past few months, she’s produced tracks for QT creator Hyd and covered Nancy Sinatra for the soundtrack of Minions: The Rise Of Gru. Now, Polachek is taking the next obvious career step: She’s singing an aria in a new Royal Opera House adaptation of an art film that’s basically about Kurt Cobain’s death. I’m sure we all saw this coming.

Classical Music Blogs

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07 October 2022

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  • Blind Scottish pianist, 17, reaches BBC final
    07 October 2022

    From the BBC News website:

    An 18-year-old Falkirk pianist, who was born blind, said it was an amazing feeling to reach the grand final of the BBC Young Musician competition.

    Ethan Loch won the keyboard final of the competition, with a performance described by presenters Jess Gillam and Alexis Ffrench as “spellbinding.”

    Ethan has been playing the piano since he was four years old.

    The grand final of the competition will be broadcast on BBC Four and BBC Radio 3 on Sunday.

    Frm the Falkirk Herald:

    A former pupil of St Mary’s Music School in Edinburgh, he now studies at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow.

    The post Blind Scottish pianist, 17, reaches BBC final appeared first on Slippedisc.

  • Lahav Shani: I’m more a film director than a music director
    07 October 2022

    The chief conductor of the Israel Philharmonic and the Rotterdam Philharmonic has been discussing his roles in an extended interview with the Times of Israel.

    Sample quotes:

    Making music is making music. However, the big difference between conducting and playing an instrument yourself is that when you conduct, you’re always dependent on other people. You see, you have your musical ideas, but you can move your hands as fast as you want or as loud as you can. It doesn’t make any sound. It’s other people that have to like what you do. They have to agree with you. You have to convince them, and then they might play as you think they should. And when you play the piano, it’s just you and the keyboard, and that’s it. And if you’re in good shape and if you practice, there’s a good chance that you might be able to make the sound that you imagine. So also, it’s very healthy, in a way, as a conductor to keep this physical contact with the sound, not to forget what it means for the musicians to make those sounds. It’s not just that they do what you want and they do what you tell them. They are the ones who express themselves, and they’re the ones who make the sound and try their best.

    So this is really a collaboration in the end. But if you really play an instrument often, then you don’t lose this feeling and you don’t lose the feeling of what it means to make sound for other people….


    Think about your favorite film director. Most likely, they have a very clear vision, a very clear image of the entire film in their mind. But then they’re facing these world-class actors. And the actors, sometimes they have their way to say the text and so on. So there must be very good and healthy communication between the director and the actor so that the actor is able to say things as he understands or as she understands with their subtext.

    And if the director feels this could work well in the context that I have in my vision, then you should just let it happen. And if not, you should be able to guide them in another way without telling them. You have to say it exactly like that because it’s very artificial. It’s exactly the same kind of communication.

    More here.

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  • Kyiv Symphony goes to Paris
    07 October 2022

    It’s the second leg of their European tour to raise funds and awareness for embattled Ukraine.


    Today we have a big French debut at the amazing @philharmonie. Here's a photo from today's rehearsal. Read more below.

    In the first part of the concert we’ll perform masterpieces by Berezovsky, Bortnyansky and Mozart. Here we show Ukrainian classics placed in a European context.

    — Kyiv Symphony Orchestra (@KyivSymphony) October 5, 2022


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  • Luxembourg just loves Currentis new orchestra
    07 October 2022

    The so-called ‘Utopia’ orchestra formed from many nations by the Gazprom conductor Teodor Currentzis has received an enthusiastic reception on its first outing in the smallest EU state. A promo piece planted in the Wiener Zeitung warms up Viennese reders for what they might experience this weekend.

    Sample quotes:

    Stephan Gehmacher, Director General of the Philharmonie Luxembourg, describes the string section as “silver, unbelievably agile”. Together with the directors from Hamburg, Berlin and Vienna, he counts himself among the midwives of Utopia, as “organizers in whom Currentzis has confidence”…

    There was absolutely no sign of restraint among the audience in Luxembourg: “The standards of everything I’ve heard so far have been blown up,” said one visitor. There was a striking number of young people in the audience, and in Luxembourg, which is characterized by international influence, there were also numerous people of Russian and Ukrainian origin. Neither the visitors nor the musicians feel that the discussions about Currentzis are necessary, on the contrary: the visible striving for a jointly developed musical result and experience leaves no one unmoved and no one doubts the philanthropic attitude of the conductor. Currentzis himself says: “The only thought I have when I stand in front of the orchestra is that I want to develop the world and myself…’

    Vienna-based violinist Christoph Koncz conducted the first rehearsal and is enthusiastic about the choice of musicians: “An open heart, an open mind and enthusiasm for music are the most important things for Teodor. That’s how he feels about himself. We all have very different backgrounds but united in our love for music and the will to create something special…”

    Whatever they do, don’t mention the war.

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  • ISM changes name, keeps initials
    07 October 2022

    From the moning mailbox:

    OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: We’re incredibly excited to announce that from today the ISM has changed its name. We are now the Independent Society of Musicians.
    The ISM also has a new look, including a brilliantly redesigned Music Journal.
    ISM Chief Executive Deborah Annetts said ‘Our independence has long been a crucial factor in our effectiveness and enabled us to bring about significant change for those working in music.’
    ISM president Vick Bain added ‘The word “Independent” is central to everything we do so I welcome the new name. It reflects who we are and what we do.’
    Well, that changes everything. What time’s the next one?

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  • Looking Bach: Vache Baroque Festival celebrates Bach's 'Well Tempered Clavier'
    07 October 2022
    The Vache Baroque Festival (VBF) is celebrating 300 years since Bach's Well Tempered Clavier (Book 1) and the Anna Magdalena Notebook with Looking Bach, at gala concert at Conway Hall on 19 November 2022. Performers include pianist Libby Burgess, harpsichordist and melodica player David Gordon, the David Gordon jazz trio, sound artist Dan Samsa, and a consort of Vache Baroque singers and players. 

    At the gala, young people will be performing side-by-side with leading professionals and VBF is proud to be showcasing at this event their Children’s Choir and pianists from their masterclass weekend. the Children's Choir builds on the success of the inaugural choir course in 2021, children aged 8 - 15 resident in Buckinghamshire will enjoy five days of workshops and rehearsals led by Suzzie Vango, Shivani Rattan, and Jonathan Darbourne. And for the Piano Masterclass Weekend, pianists aged 15 – 18 will take part in a masterclass residency weekend at The Vache exploring the music of J. S. Bach’s The Well-Tempered Clavier and Notebooks for Anna Magdalena led by pianist Libby Burgess)

    Doors open at 7.30pm with the performance at 8.15pm, and guests are encouraged to arrive early to explore VBF's sound and art installations, as well as food and drink on offer!

    Full details from the VBF website.

  • New Futures: London Sinfonietta's new season mixes established modern classics with dynamic new works
    07 October 2022
    The London Sinfonietta's 2022/23 season mixes modern masterpieces with innovative new work from contemporary classical composers. The ensemble will be at the centre of Saturday's Xenakis at 100 event at the Southbank Centre (8/10/2022) with their concert Xenakis: Architect of Sound. Other modern masters being explored in the season include Toru Takemitsu with Takemitsu: Turning Points at Kings Place (27/11/2022) exploring the Japanese composer's influences and legacy. The concert will be preceded by the Couch To Concert podcast, hosted by Cerys Matthews and Paul Morley, a three-part series to train new audiences to attend their first contemporary classical concert.

    On 5 March 2023 at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, the ensemble pays tribute to one of its longest-standing collaborators with Sir Harrison Birtwistle: a tribute, then on 6 April 2023 at the Royal Festival Hall they celebrate New York minimalism with Steve Reich's Reich/Richter alongside music by Julia Wolfe, Julius Eastmann (1940-1990) and Mira Calix.

    Other events include the premiere of a new work by Lithuanian composer Juste Janulyte which echoes a sleeping human body and all the regular but not synchronised sounds within, alongside music by composers from Sweden, USA, UK and Italy, Lisa Streich, Tyshawn Sorey, Jack Sheen, and Salvatore Sciarrino (Sleeping Patterns, 2/12/2022), and there is a collaboration with the EFG London Jazz Festival at the Purcell Room (18/11/2022). More composite programmes include Fireworks (25/5/2023 at Queen Elizabeth Hall), a showcase of virtuosity from different musical cultures including Dai Fujikura's Shamisen Concerto and music by Tania Leon, Augusta Read Thomas and Gyorgy Ligeti, and Turning Points: Sound Unwrapped (24/6/2023 at Kings Place) which explores electro-acoustic music.

    Full details from the London Sinfonietta's website

  • The Rime of the Ancient Mariner: a glorious pot-pourri of Purcell's music alongside Coleridge's poem read by Rory Kinnear
    07 October 2022
    The Rime of the Ancient Mariner: poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge with various pieces by Henry Purcell; Rory Kinnear, Zoë Brookshaw, Bethany Horak-Hallett, Jeremy Budd, Jonathan Brown; Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment dir. Steven Devine; Queen Elizabeth Hall
    Reviewed by Florence Anna Maunders, 5 October 2022

    A demonstration of the power of Purcell & poetry

    One of the most beloved of English-language poems, the weird nightmare-parable of Coleridge's The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, was the framing device for this concert of music over a hundred years older than the poem – a glorious pot-pourri of some of Henry Purcell's best-known music, sprinkled with some less familiar items at the Southbank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Hall on 5 October 2022.

    Holding court with an impassioned and theatrical recitation of the complete poem, Rory Kinnear commanded the audience's attention throughout, maintaining a ferociously intense poise even when not speaking. Interspersed through the dramatic deliver of the text, and matched in theme, mood or lyrics to the action or emotion of the poem, the musicians of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment (OAE) directed from the harpsichord by Steven Devine, along with a fine quartet of solo voices, Zoë Brookshaw, Bethany Horak-Hallett, Jeremy Budd, and Jonathan Brown, presented a series of instrumental and vocal works, starting with the extended ode Welcome, welcome glorious morn and including almost two dozen other shorter pieces.

    The programme was devised, or curated perhaps is a better term, by OAE's principal oboist, Katharina Spreckelsen, who also performed flawlessly throughout the evening, particularly in the beautiful rendition of Bid the virtues, in which she and soprano soloist Zoë Brookshaw demonstrated their remarkable breath control as they interwove in an extended duet of ecstatic clarity.

    In fact, clarity seemed to be the watchword of the whole evening – the OAE, with their period forces, acting very much as a chamber ensemble, or a meeting of like-minded soloists gathered under director Steven Devine's watchful eyes and stylish harpsichord continuo. For a period ensemble of this size, the Queen Elizabeth Hall is a large space to fill with sound, and even with a pair of trumpets and timpani, and a quartet of double reeds augmenting the modest body of strings, the orchestra never really roared with sound and fury – but Kinnear's recitation more than made up for some of the more elegant and polite playing from the instrumentalists.

    In an evening of highlights, it's hard to pick particular moments that stood out. Mention must be given to the gravitas and sepulchral tone of the bass Jonathan Brown in Arise ye Subterranean winds and to the exquisitely manicured melismas of tenor Jeremy Budd, floating above rippling extempore harpsichord in Tis nature's voice, while, on the basis of her melting beautiful aria over the repeated ground of Evening Hymn, emerging alto Bethany Horak-Hallett will certainly be a singer to watch out for in this repertoire. But, for sheer, hushed, almost translucently pianissimo sound, the OAE string players' performance of the Frost Dance from King Arthur was the most intensely delightful moment of a delightful programme.

    Reviewed by Florence Anna Maunders

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  • The 10 Symphonies of Erkki-Sven Tüür – Part 1: Symphony No. 1
    07 October 2022

    It’s surely true that no composers today – and very few composers historically – would give any credence whatever to the so-called “curse of the ninth”, the absurd superstition that, having written their ninth symphony, a composer is doomed to die before completing any more. Yet it’s interesting to note…

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  • Meditation Ragas - Raag Patdeep - Sitar Indian Classical Instrumental - B.Sivaramakrishna Rao
    07 October 2022

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  • One arrest Reported

    Wayne County Sheriff Tim Catron reports the following arrest.

    Hartman W. Godsey of Monticello, Ky. was arrested on a Wayne County District Court Complaint Warrant of Arrest for criminal trespassing-2nd degree.

    Godsey was lodged in the Wayne County Detention Center.

  • Drug interdiction team makes ‘large bust’ during traffic stop on Interstate 75

    (WYMT) – One person is facing charges and another was cited following what one law enforcement task force is calling a ‘major drug bust’.

    The Laurel County 75/80 Drug Interdiction Team, which is made up of officers from the London Police Department and Laurel County Sheriff’s Office, confiscated a large number of drugs during a traffic stop on I-75 early Wednesday.

    One LPD officer and two LCSO deputies stopped a car near the KY 909 exit just before 12:30 a.m.

    During the stop, law enforcement discovered the driver, Barry Patton, 45, of Richmond was driving on a suspended license. A K-9 unit was called in and alerted police to the possibility of drugs in the car.

    A search of the vehicle found nearly 5 grams of a white crystal substance believed to be meth, more than 6 grams of a gray powder believed to be heroin and another 6 plus grams of suspected heroin. Police also found clear plastic baggies, a scale, a glass vial with white powder inside and a handgun.

    Patton was arrested on multiple charges including trafficking in a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a handgun by a convicted felon. A passenger in the car, Joshua Lopez, 41, of Berea was cited for trafficking in a controlled substance and other charges.

    The interdiction team was formed to combat drug trafficking and other offenses along the busy I-75 and Ky. 80 corridors.

    Copyright 2022 WYMT. All rights reserved.


  • Few adoptions, no fosters, full rescues: Ky. animal shelters struggle to find space amid ‘perfect storm’

     (WKYT) – “Spay and neuter your pets” was the mantra of Bob Barker and remains the message preached by animal welfare advocates everywhere.

    But some say that a growing struggle for space in animal shelters across the country shows that far too many pet owners are not listening.

    Add in a number of other factors keeping shelters full – including increased intakes, decreased adoptions, and ongoing struggles to find willing fosters and rescue organizations with space – and the result is a situation in which some shelter workers fear they may have to make tough choices if things do not change.

    “It’s just very mentally challenging to think, ‘Are we going to have to go in here and euthanize some of these awesome dogs to make room for more?’” said Kathy Sexton, director of the Morgan County Animal Shelter outside West Liberty. “We just don’t want to do it.”


    The kennels are full, and so are the crates that line another one, as the shelter takes in more dogs and has fewer finding homes.

    The staff has gotten to know the dogs well – “We know everything about them,” Sexton said – as the durations of their stays have also lengthened.

    Maverick, for example, has been there since June 13. Murphy, since April 4. And Buster? He arrived September 15, 2021 – the first time the shelter has ever had a dog stay for more than a year, Sexton said.

    For shelters like the one in Morgan County, the struggle for space is not necessarily a new one. But something – or some things – has changed.


    “[Before] we would have waves of a lot of dogs coming in, but we could get a lot of dogs out,” Sexton said. “For the past six months, we keep getting them in, but we can’t get them out.”

    Not only are they seeing more owners surrender their dogs, and maybe double or triple the number of strays they once found, Sexton said – a number that could also include owners “unofficially” surrendering their dogs – but over the first three weeks of September, Sexton’s shelter saw only eight dogs leave: four pulled by outside rescue groups and another four adopted.

    The number is so low that Morgan County is currently keeping a waiting list for owners wanting to surrender their pets and for other folks trying to turn in found strays.

    “I will ask these people, ‘Will you please hang on to this stray or these puppies?” Sexton said. “’We’ll even give you some dog food if you’ll give us time to move a few out and then I will send the animal control officer out right away to pick them up.’”


    Part of the problem is that many of the out-of-state rescues Sexton often worked with and relied on to get dogs out of the shelter environment and improve their chances of getting adopted are now full, too, proof that the problem goes well beyond the borders of Kentucky.

    “It’s no one thing that is the issue or the problem,” Angela Rovetto told WKYT’s Garrett Wymer, “and just like the same, there’s no one solution that’s going to be the be-all, end-all.”

    Rovetto is a senior strategist for the East region with Best Friends Animal Society, a national animal welfare non-profit whose goal is to end preventable shelter deaths by 2025.

    Rovetto says they see situations similar to Morgan County’s all across the country right now.


    “There’s only a fixed number of kennels in any shelter, and it doesn’t matter how much money you have, how beautiful the place might be, or the opposite end of that,” Rovetto said, “when the need is greater than the have, you kind of have to figure out some different things.”

    The rise in pet ownership during the pandemic has been well documented. Now with ongoing inflationary pressures and other economic uncertainties, some experts believe more people may be having to make difficult financial decisions, which not only could be responsible in part for the increase in surrenders, but also for a slowdown of adoptions and fostering.

    “In the past we’ve had more of a ‘normal’ sense of things, and we had the wheels moving, and we had more folks readily able to foster and volunteer and adopt, but right now everybody’s wondering what’s next, what’s normal,” Rovetto said. “And when there’s that hesitation, we’re seeing some of the positive-outcome channels slow down. That’s creating some of this feeling of crisis that we’re seeing felt in our shelters.”

    In Morgan County, workers go to great lengths to help the animals. Recently, they rescued two stray puppies spotted in a roadside culvert.


    But then what?

    “There is literally nowhere to send all of these unwanted dogs,” Sexton said.

    Thankfully, she was able to get some help this time. Those two puppies pulled from the culvert have now been pulled from the shelter. They were among several being sent to a humane society in New Jersey.

    But between the animals already overfilling the shelter and the waiting list for more, the kennels they leave behind are already accounted for the second they leave the lot.


    It all highlights the importance, Sexton said, of having your pets spayed or neutered.

    “It’s not a shelter problem,” Sexton said. “It’s a society problem.”


  • Teams from Ky. continue to help with Hurricane Ian relief efforts

    (WKYT) – Teams from across the country are in southwest Florida right now, helping with hurricane relief efforts.

    Hurricane Ian pummeled the gulf coast a week ago. It hit the Fort Myers area as a Category 4 storm, bringing devastating storm surge, leveling communities.

    Emergency Disaster Services out of Kentucky is just one of the many crews on site, helping to house linemen and other crews. They say that based on the damage, they plan to be there for the coming months.

    “We have over ten base camps set up all throughout the coast of Florida on the gulf side,” said Matt Daley, Emergency Disaster Services.


    Right now, Emergency Disaster Services is set up in North Fort Myers, Port Charlotte and other hard-hit areas along the coast.

    Daley says utility crews plan to have power restored to everyone they can reach by the close of business Friday. Nearly two million customers lost power in the storm

    The devastation from the storm is still visible.

    “So, you still see a lot of debris you see the effects of the storm surge which in some our areas were up to 18 feet,” Daley said. “Walmart parking lots are full of people living there currently.”


    EDS went from one natural disaster to the next. In July, they responded to the deadly Eastern Kentucky floods.

    “It’s sad, you know. The saving grace for us, I guess, is that we are so busy,” Daley said. “When you’re in that situation you don’t really have time to consider the other elements.”

    Although the disaster may take a toll on the workers, Daley says they do see the brighter side of humanity.

    “You see churches, schools, other institutions, jumping in to feed people. Same things that you saw in Eastern Kentucky,” Daley said. “I think when a natural disaster hits this country, there is just a natural reflex to jump in and try to help their fellow man because they know people who are affected and that’s heartwarming to see.”


  • Kentucky Rising concert to be livestreamed for $20, with proceeds going to flood relief too

     (WTVQ) — The Kentucky Rising benefit concert, featuring Chris Stapleton, Tyler Childers and Dwight Yoakam, will be livestreamed so you can watch from home if you aren’t able to make it in person.

    Veeps, a streaming service, is offering the livestreamed version of the concert for $20 — and livestream proceeds go to the flood relief, too.


    The special concert, coming to Rupp Arena on Tuesday, Oct. 11, will donate 100% of net proceeds to support flood relief and recovery efforts in Eastern Kentucky. The Kentucky Rising fund, which comes from the concert proceeds, will support both immediate needs and long-term recovery projects as they emerge.

    Tickets went live in mid-September and as of publishing time, about 150 tickets are left, according to Ticketmaster.

    The concert starts at 7 p.m.



  • Keeneland’s Fall Meet 2022 starts Friday

    (WKYT) – Keeneland’s Fall Meet 2022 begins on Friday.

    This year the event will have even more enthusiasm than the previous race season because the world-famous Breeders’ Cup will also take place just a few days after this meet.

    “I think when you drive out on the grounds here at Keeneland, this fall, you feel the difference immediately,” said Kara Heissenbuttel, senior director of operations at Keeneland.

    Temporary structures are built all over our grounds in preparation for the Breeders’ Cup.

    Something new that race fans will notice, the saddling paddock chalet. The added dining hall gives you a new viewing experience of the renovated paddock. Tickets are still available.

    Then there are loge boxes, keeping you covered and right near the track. It’s $15 a person for a party of six. Tickets are still available on most race days.

    What about the food?

    “We have a new bread pudding cart located next to the starting gate concession stand here on the first floor in the paddock area,” said Heissenbuttel. “So, fans can know exactly where to go get their bread pudding on their race day.”

    Breeders’ Cup merchandise is also set up for sale. There’s something for everyone.

    The grounds look ready. The track looks ready. Now, Keeneland is ready for the fans.

    “Our team has been working diligently to make sure that, when we open for this fall and are able to host the Breeders’ Cup, that this facility and this venue is in tip-top shape,” Heissenbuttel said.

    Keeneland says general admission is already sold out for Friday and Saturday.

    Tickets may come available if fans return tickets.

    Tailgaiting on the hill will be open and a ticket for that isn’t needed.



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  • Country Music News International Radio Show Playlist October 5.
    Country Music News International Radio Show Playlist October 5., 2022, 4 pm – 7 pm (GMT) UK, 5 pm – 8 pm (CET) GER, 10 am – 1 pm (CST) USA

    Time to Move On – Rick Faris
    Backslidin’ Blues – Del McCoury
    I never Was too Much – Danny Paisley
    Tall Weeds and Rust – Tennessee Bluegrass Band
    Streets of Savannah – Justin Moses
    Diane – Sister Sadie
    Friend and a Friend – Molly Tuttle
    I Don’t Wanna Be Me Anymore – Nick Chandler
    Sadie Danced a Hole in Her Stocking – Wilson Banjo Co.
    Train of Trouble – Jim Hurst
    Farther On Down the Line – Colebrook Road
    Room 404 – Tina Adair
    Heartache and Trouble – Fast Track
    Ilene Baker – Tim Raybon Band
    Chicken Truck – Billy Droze
    Teardrops in Tennessee – Ben James
    Look Me Up By the Ocean Door – Amanda Cook
    These Are Things I Like – Mickey Harris
    Still Climbing Mountains – Blue Highway
    Hardtimes – Rice, Rice, Hilman, Peterson
    I’ll Always Be Waiting for You – Sierra Hull
    Red Daisy – Billy Strings
    White Water – Bela Fleck
    Seven Devils Ridge – Kim Robins
    She is a Gambler – Wilson Banjo Co.
    The Song that made Hank Williams Dance – Peter Rowan
    We’re All Crazy – Dave Adkins
    Blame It on the Rain – Hammertowne
    Making Hay – Mike Mitchell
    Uncle Pen – Bill Monroe
    Slowly Getting You Out of the Way – Bluegrass Cardinals
    Footprints in the Snow – Bill Monroe
    Redwood Hills – Country Gentlemen
    I Wouldn’t Change You If I Could – Reno & Smiley
    John Deere Tractor – Larry Sparks
    That Was Yesterday – Osborne Brothers
    Son of a Sawmill Man – Osborne Brothers
    How Do You Think I Feel – Hank Snow
    Lost Highway – Hank Williams
    Heartbreak USA – Kitty Wells
    I’m a Honky Tonk Girl – Loretta Lynn
    Polka on the Banjo – Flatt & Scruggs
    You Don’t Know My Mind – Jimmy Martin
    Sunny Side of the Mountain – Jimmy Martin
    Blueridge Mountain Blues – Bill Clifton
    White Dove – The Stanley Brothers
    Prisoner Song – Mac Wiseman
    Eating Out of Your Hand – Bill Harrell

    Find more News, Interviews, Videos, Concert Reviews about your favorite country star at Country Music News International Magazine & Radio Show website:

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    The post Country Music News International Radio Show Playlist October 5. appeared first on Country Music News International.

  • Alan Jackson postpones final weekend dates on his ‘Last Call: One More For The Road Tour’ due to health issues

    Alan Jackson has been forced to postpone the final two shows of his Last Call: One More For The Road Tour.  According to his official website, Jackson is currently battling “health issues” related to Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, a genetic condition that causes nerve damage and affects Jackson’s ability to walk and keep his balance. The artist was diagnosed with the disease over a decade ago.

    The affected tour dates include his concert at Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey on Friday (Oct. 7) and his show at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Saturday (Oct. 8).  Jackson shared the following statement for the pair of shows via his official website: “I hoped I’d be able to be there; I hate to disappoint my fans,” Jackson said. “I tried as much as I could to play this show at this time.”

    The concert organizers plan to reschedule the show, but a new date has yet to be announced. All tickets for the concert will be honored at the rescheduled date and additional information will be sent to ticket holders via email at a later date.

    Editorial credit: Tony Norkus /

  • Netflix releases trailer for ‘Big Mouth’ Season 6 featuring guest stars Jeff Goldblum, Adam Levine, and more

    Netflix released the trailer for Season 6 of its animated series ‘Big Mouth’. As in previous seasons, the adult comedy show – created by Nick Kroll, Andrew Goldberg, and Jennifer Flackett — will center around a group of adolescents who are learning to deal with puberty.  The new season is scheduled to premiere later this month, and the show has already been renewed for Season 7.

    ‘Big Mouth’ premiered in 2017, and has earned several Emmy nominations over its run. The voice cast features Kroll, John Mulaney, Jessi Klein, Jason Mantzoukas, Ayo Edebiri, Maya Rudolph, Fred Armisen, and Jordan Peele. and this season will see a huge slate of returning cast members, including Ali Wong, Andrew Rannells, Chelsea Peretti, Chloe Fineman, Gary Cole, Gina Rodriguez, Jenny Slate, Kristen Schaal, Mark Duplass, Natasha Lyonne, Nathan Fillion, Paula Pell, and Thandiwe Newton.

    High profile guest stars this season will include Jeff Goldblum, Tyler, the Creator, Adam Levine, Annaleigh Ashford, Peter Capaldi, Steve-O.

    Netflix premieres Season 6 of ‘Big Mouth’ on October 28. You can watch the trailer – here.

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  • Empowerment calls in BLOOM.’s latest RnB Pop single, RING RING
    07 October 2022

    After making her debut during the first lockdown, the London-based RnB Pop artist, BLOOM. has made strides in her career and fought for young LGBTQ+ representation along the way. The up-and-coming artist has a new weapon in her arsenal with her latest single, RING RING. Running with the same emboldening lyrical attitude as Lady Gaga’s Telephone, BLOOM. created a hit that you’ll want to play on repeat until the lyrics tattoo into your mind, along with the slick style of the instrumentals that modernise the RnB genre. The single is one small step in the artist’s career and a giant leap for womankind. With the help of producer Rich Mello, BLOOM. created a seductively emboldening anthem for every woman that has ever wasted their time, energy and emotions on a lost cause instead of allowing their own feminine energy to direct them to self-worth. It’s as hot as any track in Usher’s discography, and it is easy to see how BLOOM., with her fervidly fresh RnB pop style, will take over the airwaves. Here is what BLOOM. had to say about her latest release: “I’ve heard so many love songs where the girl falls for a guy she would do […]

    The post Empowerment calls in BLOOM.’s latest RnB Pop single, RING RING appeared first on A&R Factory.

  • Glam rock goes indie pop in Dvrk Romantics’ siren of a single, Trouble Won’t Wait
    07 October 2022

    With the dark romanticism of the lyrics that will stir the soul of any Wordsworth, and Lord Bryon fans, Dvrk Romantics stayed true to their moniker while sonically blowing the competition with their cinematic blockbuster of an X-Rated single, Trouble Won’t Wait. Rachel Di Biaso’s glam rock meets pop femme fatale pop energy across the raunchy guitar licks and snapping beats that drive the anthemic seduction right through the riot of siren-esque hit is a potent blend that will undoubtedly see Dvrk Romantics lauded as the best breakthrough act of 2022. Seemingly, everything that Micky Waters turns to aural gold; after moving into this alchemic duo from being the bassist in The Answer, who supported Rolling Stones and ACDC, he’s going to manoeuvre those driving basslines right into the hearts of every glam rock, pop and indie lover alike. If you’ve always wanted to back a band before they become the next big thing, the time is NOW. Trouble Won’t Wait was officially released on September 30th. Hear it on Spotify. Review by Amelia Vandergast

    The post Glam rock goes indie pop in Dvrk Romantics’ siren of a single, Trouble Won’t Wait appeared first on A&R Factory.

  • Eternal Ring
    07 October 2022
    Eternal Ring, the debut record from Los Angeles band MILLY has been a long time coming, with the band originating as a solo vehicle for frontman Brendan Dyer. Since linking up with his bass player and collaborator Yarden Erez, the band has entered a phase they have coined as “MILLY 2.0,” inaugurated with the release of their 2021 EP, Wish Goes On.
  • Low Hummer – Panic Calls
    07 October 2022

    Six-piece Hull outfit Low Hummer have in ‘Panic Calls’ a case for throwing the kitchen sink at it and that post-punk scattering of rush and tumbleism is a winning formula. Words scattered like occasional furniture after a storm but a chorus that Blondie might have been disposed to all adds up to a giddy piece of work in a constant state of evolution and throwing down the gauntlet to us to get with its propulsive mannerisms. I did because I had to, this is youthful expression that never takes the easy option. KH mp3hugger’s best new music in 2022 playlist! More Info: Official Hear More Songs: Low Hummer Year: 2022
  • The Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster Provides Wintertime Thrills
    07 October 2022

    Everyone Should Try The Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster! Riding along “the ridge”, autumn-style, is one of the funnest things to do outside of Toronto in the fall and winter. Known as the Ridge Runner Rollercoaster, this epic mountain coaster is gravity-powered and suitable for the whole family. While it may not have all the belly-dropping […]

    The post The Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster Provides Wintertime Thrills appeared first on Indie88.

  • Alexandra created a vocal symphony in her cinematic RnB rock release, Grieve You 
    07 October 2022

    Pulling elements of rock and RnB together with cinematic grace is a trait the Sydney soulstress Alexandra is quickly becoming infamous for. Her latest single, Grieve You, is her finest introspective score to date. Alexandra’s artful command over her vocal range is a symphony in itself. Late one night, the compulsion to greet and say goodbye to her inner child reflectively came to fruition. Resulting in a sombre ode to the lack of closure that we all mourn from the tribulations we endured when we were too young and naïve to advocate for ourselves. Whatever your history, the shimmering reverb in Grieve You around the angular pirouetting guitars is sure to bring some catharsis. Grieve You will officially release on October 7th. Catch it on SoundCloud.  Review by Amelia Vandergast

    The post Alexandra created a vocal symphony in her cinematic RnB rock release, Grieve You  appeared first on A&R Factory.

  • First Listen: Gemïny – Creep
    07 October 2022
    Gemïny has today released his new single titled 'Creep' from his upcoming electronic pop-funk album 'Victoria's Secret', which is set to release next year.
  • Daily Dose: Katie Belle – Next Ex
    07 October 2022
    Katie Belle is an American pop artist, singer-songwriter and model from the state of Georgia. Belle stays busy honing her songwriting skills with Producers in Atlanta, Nashville and LA. Belle’s late summer release “Next Ex” hit streaming services on Sepember 2nd and has already received great reviews. Next Ex” is a stylish new release from up-and-coming pop star Katie Belle. Sharp and biting, this track features Belle’s sensual, breathy voice as she conveys a curt breakup message, delivering deeply penetrating hooks like “I’m never gonna call you back” set to gorgeous modern beat design highlighted by trap inspired high-hats and […]
  • John Lion’s Heartbreaking Tea Lady Torch Song
    07 October 2022

    John Lion is an emerging independent singer/songwriter who made his professional solo recording debut in 2021 with the single “I Don’t Believe in Magic”. That track introduced a talented indie-folk/alt-pop artist from the United Kingdom with a sound inspired by iconic songwriters like Bob Dylan and Paul Simon. but with a decidedly modern twist.

    The unplanned downtime of the pandemic led to those initial recording sessions. John Lion actually got his start a few years earlier, working the clubs and coffee shops of London’s underground scene. Since his debut the prolific singer has steadily built a strong catalog of music, including four singles released to date and an EP on the way.

    "I write the kind of music I want to hear on the radio..."
    John Lion

    “Tea Lady” is a recent single from John Lion, available worldwide via all major streaming services. A soft spoken torch song, the tune tells the true tale of an unfortunate crush that tests the narrator’s character. Accompanied only but his finger-picked and capoed Nashville-strung guitar, Lion sings of his burgeoning love for the unattainable romantic partner of his best friend. 

    Check out the “Tea Lady” lyric video below. You can also hear the song on the Deep Indie Songwriters playlist, or listen on your favorite streaming service. Follow the links below to connect with the artist. John Lion will soon be releasing his debut solo EP. Get on his socials and get in the loop.

    Connect with John Lion

    The post John Lion’s Heartbreaking Tea Lady Torch Song appeared first on The Static Dive.

  • Forward-thinking R&B artist Albertina is “Really Real” in love
    07 October 2022
    Albertina‘s new track “Really Real” is out via Gunjle/DMY.

    A while back, we introduced you to S4U, a duo comprised of vocalist Rosita Bonita and producer Prinz George. The pair made a name for themselves by propelling 90s R&B into the future. Earlier this year, Rosita Bonita debuted a new solo outlet, Albertina, and shared “Cars”, a retro-futurist R&B offering with cutting-edge electronic embellishments.

    Two days ago, the British-Carribean artist returned with a new single. Boasting subtle UK club and baile funk inspirations, the introspective track depicts an on-off romance with nocturnal vibes. With raw lyrics that don’t beat around the bush, Albertina is “Really Real” when it comes to talking to her lover.

    Watch the video below, courtesy of Eve Mahoney and Lex Francis, and stream “Cars” in our Best Tracks of 2022 playlist.

    Watch the video below, courtesy of Eve Mahoney and Lex Francis, and stream “Cars” in our Best Tracks of 2022 playlist.

    Really Real by Albertina

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