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2. Kathryn Austin speaks to HRD Connect

Kathryn Austin speaks to HRD Connect

Interview with Pizza Hut HR and marketing director Kathryn Austin about the restaurant company's turnaround.

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3. Austin Athmann 3-R HR

Austin Athmann 3-R HR

My call of Austin Athmann's 3-R HR against the Mankato Moondogs.

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4. MAX - Ms. Anonymous (feat. Call Me Karizma)

  • Published: 2015-10-05T14:56:14Z
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MAX - Ms. Anonymous (feat. Call Me Karizma)

The Sounds Like Gibberish Tour kicks off tonight my people! Cannot wait to play for you each night!! To celebrate the start of the tour, Call Me Karizma and I put together this new spin on Ms. Anonymous. We'll be playing it together each night, hope you enjoy it! S/O to Roshni Kumaravel (https://instagram.com/p/8F9oJ4hR94/) for the awesome artwork. Check out all of the dates below and get your tickets now: Oct-06 - Tucson, AZ @ Club Congress - http://ticketf.ly/1ejO6vM Oct-07 - San Diego, CA @ House of Blues - Voodoo Room - http://livemu.sc/1CSDb89 Oct-08 - Los Angeles, CA - @ Troubadour - http://ticketf.ly/1KmP71S Oct-10 - San Francisco, CA @ Slim's - http://bit.ly/1fpmA0T Oct-12 - Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile - http://bit.ly/1HVjJUW Oct-13 - Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom - http://ticketf.ly/1OoInRL Oct-14 - Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory - http://tktwb.tw/1MnykOs Oct-16 - Salt Lake City, UT @ In The Venue - http://bit.ly/1CXml7O Oct-17 - Denver, CO @ Larimer Lounge - http://bit.ly/1g8gQtk Oct-19 - Minneapolis, MN - @ Triple Rock - http://bit.ly/1IgwvwH Oct-20 - Chicago, IL @ Subterranean - http://ticketf.ly/1CXmvMv Oct-21 - Pontiac, MI @ The Crofoot - Pike Room - http://tktwb.tw/1g8gQJI Oct-22 - Toronto, ON @ Mod Club - http://bit.ly/1CXmybo Oct-24 - Montreal, QC @ Lion d'Or - http://bit.ly/1JhqGEk Oct-25 - Boston, MA @ Café 939 at Berklee - SOLD OUT Oct-26 - Philadelphia, PA @ World Cafe Live - Upstairs - http://bit.ly/1KmPw4a Oct-28 - New York, NY @ The Marlin Room at Webster Hall - http://tktwb.tw/1RUQQlR Oct-29 - Vienna, VA @ Jammin' Java - http://bit.ly/1GHqYxV Nov-01 - Atlanta, GA @ Vinyl - http://bit.ly/1KphO0U Nov-02 - Orlando, FL @ The Social - http://ticketf.ly/1VFkcE2 Nov-04 - New Orleans, LA Parish @ HOB - http://bit.ly/1HVkE7T Nov-05 - Houston, TX @ House of Blues - Bronze Peacock - http://livemu.sc/1MqjGqF Nov-06 - Austin, TX @ Stubb's BBQ - http://bit.ly/1DyRERD Nov-07 - Dallas, TX @ House of Blues - Cambridge Room - http://livemu.sc/1IkUBuz Ms. Anonymous EP - out now on DCD2! Get it on ►► iTunes: smarturl.it/MsAnonymousEP ►► Amazon: http://amzn.to/1R5BxCC ►► Google Play: http://bit.ly/1NYuvB8 ►► Spotify: http://spoti.fi/1KUeQR0 ►► Apple Music: http://apple.co/1Ve2tAE

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5. Weekend Sun - Forever Tomorrow (HR013CD)

Weekend Sun - Forever Tomorrow (HR013CD)

* The file above contains 192kbps snippets of this album * Buy limited edition CD and digital download at http://shop.herorecords.co.uk/album/forever-tomorrow-hr013cd Hero Records presents the debut album from Weekend Sun 'Forever Tomorrow' (HR013CD) After the well-received limited 7” vinyl releases 'Figo' b/w 'Keep Running' and 'You're Good To Me' b/w 'Her Name Escapes Me' Weekend Sun are back with their debut album of soul, funk, jazz, hip hop and reggae-flavours entitled 'Forever Tomorow'. Influenced by sample-heavy 90s hip hop, with its rule-breaking blend of 60s Soul and Funk and old danceable jazz, Weekend Sun blend old and new. Some double bass and laptop beats, meet North East England's finest musicians whose influences vary wildly: from early Duke Ellington and New Orleans jazz through to The Incredible Bongo Band, Be–Bop and A Tribe Called Quest. Weekend Sun are Darlington-based musician Phil Smith and producer/dj Chris Tarn who met at the world-famous Sound It Out Records while both looking for records to sample - look out for a cameo from Chris djing in the excellent documentary 'Sound It Out – The Very Last Record Shop In Teesside'). Phil and Chris ended up swapping samples and, after discovering they shared similar tastes in 90s hip hop and black music from the 60s and 70s, started the band to create their own unique mix of their musical influences. For their live shows, Weekend Sun mix samples and the DJ with the best musicians the Tyneside and Teesside has to offer. This is not some generic soul/jazz/funk band, the band have developed a unique style that does touch on soul & jazz but also includes cinematic sounds, a dose of disco and a dash of Mod. As the band has grown, Weekend Sun has relied less on sample-based music though some tunes start with an embryonic idea based around a sample which is later removed. Soulful vocalists Beth Miller and Lindsay Hannon met Phil in a jazz club in Newcastle and he chanced upon Esther Taylor while in Greenwich Village, NYC. The funky pianist Alan Law, from the Alan Law Trio, bonded with Phil over a shared love of Blue Note jazz. Stevie Bongo who learned percussion in Los Angeles is now the most sought after percussion player in the north east of England. Darren Moore is also the drummer in Newcastle funk and jazz outfit King Bee and he and Phil have both played for the well-known singer/songwriter Elaine Palmer. The versatile guitarist Chris Davison also has his own band, The Kickshaws. Also featured on the album are a number of guest musicians, including the incredible flute-playing Dave Wilde from Smoove and Turrell's band. Weekend Sun have supported DJ Craig Charles on a number of occasions and as well as receiving plays on his Funk & Soul Show on BBC 6 Music, support of Weekend Sun's previous vinyl releases has come from the likes of Wayne Hemingway, Dean Rudland (Blue Note Breaks) and Acid Jazz Records owner Eddie Piller who has played a number of tracks on his The Modcast show. The band have also had plays on BBC Newcastle, BBC Tees and BBC Scotland as well as Pete Isaac's Jelly Jazz and many radio shows across Europe. Listen out for forthcoming live broadcast on Nick Robert's More Than Soul show on BBC Newcastle. The quality of the musicians means Weekend Sun are an in demand live act who have the ability to take the songs in different directions each time they play . Past bookings have included supporting Belleruche (Tru Thoughts Records), mod queen Fay Hallam (Blow Up Records), The Kelburn Garden Party (sharing the bill with the likes of Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, Red Snapper and The Nextmen), the Just So Festival, Matt n Phred's Jazz Club in Manchester and Newcastle’s infamous Hoochie Coochie Club. The 'Forever Tomorrow' album launch is scheduled for the start of August at the band's initial meeting-place (and spiritual home!) Sound It Out Records and future gigs include slots at The Boiler Room, Newcastle on 6th September and supporting The Stone Foundation at The Forum, Darlington on 27th September. 'Forever Tomorrow' is a true melting pot of styles from the uptempo funk of 'Come With Me' and 'You're Good To Me' to the disco grooves of 'Feeling Inside', the hip hop beats of 'Not My Problem' to the dub flavours of 'Talk About It' ; the Motown stomp of 'Moody Old Man' to the downtempo acoustic sounds of 'St. Vincent Blues'. Perfect for people who like to get down and groove as well as those who like to lie down and listen 'Forever Tomorrow' is the stunning debut from Weekend Sun to be played at the weekend in the sun (as well as during the week in the rain!). For more information please check http://www.herorecords.co.uk Release Date – 4th August 2014. Limited CD released worldwide through Kudos Distribution. Digital release available via iTunes, Beatport, Amazon and all other good online stores. Tracklisting 1 : Keep Running 2 : Come With Me 3 : Love Remains 4 : Not My Problem 5 : Jose Paronella 6 : You're Good To Me 7 : Lies 8 : Her Name Escapes Me 9 : Talk About It 10 : Feeling Inside (2am Disco Remix) 11 : Moody Old Man 12 : St. Vincent Blues Reactions to Weekend Sun releases: "this futuristic slice of northern soul should stir even the toughest of hearts, a cracking tune...looking forward to the album lads!" Emrys Baird (Blues and Soul) “Good stuff, I’ll support for sure” Smoove (Smoove & Turrell / Jalapeno / Wack Records) “A cracking piece of dancefloor action.” Craig Charles (BBC Radio 6) “Wonderful sunny Soul vibes from Weekend Sun!" Renegades Of Jazz (Agogo Records) “Nice dancefloor rocker. Would get the ladies dancing too” K-Delight (Playing Around) “Outstanding percussion doing a funky little dance with the rhythm section whilst the horns are trying to make everyone party together” Mark Boyd (Heavenly Social) “Fantastically fun and beautiful sounding records. This is what I want to listen to whilst I groove away with a pina colada in hand on some beach somewhere. Tip top.” Nick Thayer "Weekend Sun - they're really really good." Ginger Tony (Solar Radio) Digital distribution thanks to AWAL.com. Tracklisting 1 : Keep Running (Album Version) [4:25] 2 : Come With Me [4:36] 3 : Love Remains [4:39] 4 : Not My Problem [4:43] 5 : Jose Parronella [3:59] 6 : You're Good To Me [4:16] 7 : Lies [3:54] 8 : Her Name Escapes Me (Album Version) [3:57] 9 : Talk About It [4:16] 10 : Feeling Inside (2am Disco Remix) [4:10] 11 : Moody Old Man [3:52] 12 : St. Vincent Blues [2:55] CREDITS 1. Keep Running – Music by Phil Smith. Lyrics by Phil Smith & Chris Tarn. 2. Come with Me – Music by Phil Smith. Lyrics by Phil Smith & Chris Tarn. 3. Love Remains – Music by Phil Smith. Lyrics by Phil Smith & Chris Tarn. 4. Not My Problem – Music by Phil Smith & Alan Law. Lyrics by Phil Smith 5. Jose Paronella – Music by Alan Law, Dave Wilde & Phil Smith. 6. You’re Good To Me – Music by Phil Smith. Lyrics by Phil Smith & Chris Tarn. 7. Her Name Escapes Me – Music & lyrics by Chris Tarn. 8. Lies – Music & lyrics by Chris Tarn. 9. Talk To Me – Music & lyrics by Chris Tarn & Esther Taylor. 10. Feeling Inside (2am Disco Remix) – Music by Phil Smith. Lyrics by Phil Smith & Chris Tarn. 11. Moody Old Man – Music & lyrics by Phil Smith. 12. St. Vincent Blues – Music & lyrics by Phil Smith. All songs arranged by Phil Smith & Chris Tarn except Track 8 arranged by Chris Tarn, Track 9 arranged by Chris Tarn & Esther Taylor & Track 11 arranged by Phil Smith & Alan Law. All tracks produced by Phil Smith & Chris Tarn except Track 9 produced by Chris Tarn. Upright & electric bass / Guitar (tracks 9 & 12) / Synthesisers – Phil Smith Sequencing / Drum Programming – Chris Tarn Keyboards – Alan Law Piano (track 11) – Ian Wynne Guitar – Chris Davison Guitar (tracks 2,3 & 11) – Jim Coldwell Vocals – Esther Taylor Vocals (tracks 4 & 10) – Beth Miller Vocals (track 3) – Lindsay Hannon Congas & Bongos / Drums (track 4) – Steve Blakeburn Congas & Bongos (track 6) – Darren Moore Flute – Dave Wilde Alto Saxophone (tracks 1, 2, 6 & 11) – Gav Lee Tenor Saxophone (track 6) – Paul Gowland Baritone Saxophone (tracks 1 & 11) – Jim McBriarty Trombone (track 2) – Brian Chester Trombone (track 6) – Don Fairley Harmonica – Herbie Hudson Reaction to the album and earlier Weekend Sun releases: “Good stuff, I’ll support for sure” Smoove (Smoove & Turrell / Jalapeno / Wack Records) “A cracking piece of dancefloor action.” Craig Charles (BBC Radio 6) “Figo is the feelgood hit of the summer. Fantastic modern Jazz sounds from Darlington!” Renegades Of Jazz (Wass Records) “Nice dancefloor rocker. Would get the ladies dancing too” K-Delight (Ruf Beats / Playing Around) “Outstanding percussion doing a funky little dance with the rhythm section whilst the horns are trying to make everyone party together” Mark Boyd (Heavenly Social) “Love Keep Running …. nice female vocal. Full marks.” Steve Austin (Bongo Club) “Can see it appealing to fans of Mr Scruff” Martin Brew (J-Walk) “Bass sounds great on Keep Running, very Roy Budd sounding” Mark Gurney “It’s good. I’d play Keep Running.” Bill Brewster (DJ History) “Fantastically fun and beautiful sounding records. This is what I want to listen to whilst I groove away with a pina colada in hand on some beach somewhere. Tip top.” Nick Thayer

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13. Stanford @ Fresno State: Austin Wilson Mammoth HR (David Lombardi, KZSU)

Stanford @ Fresno State: Austin Wilson Mammoth HR (David Lombardi, KZSU)

The exclusive, free, and best coverage for every single Stanford baseball game can be heard on KZSU Radio. Tune into 90.1 FM in the Bay Area or worldwide through KZSU's crystal-clear online stream: kzsulive.stanford.edu. Please enjoy these free highlights of 2012 Stanford baseball, courtesy of KZSU. Remember that KZSU's broadcasters bring this excellent coverage for free, and their coverage of a potential playoff run is up to donations from listeners like you. Please take time to fund KZSU's road broadcasts: http://kzsu.stanford.edu/donate/

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14. Pogue & Big Joe Show Hr 1 3-10-16

Pogue & Big Joe Show Hr 1 3-10-16

The Greg Pogue & Big Joe Show Podcast Hr 1 live from Kitchen Notes in The Omni Nashville Hotel- Austin Price of VolQuest, Best Worst, & so much more fun on thew radio!

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15. Bill King Show Hr 2 12-13-18

Bill King Show Hr 2 12-13-18

The Bill King Show Hr 2 12-13-18 Chris Landry, Austin Peay Head Football Coach Mark Hudspeth, & The Best College Football Talk Presented By the Omni Nashville Hotel!

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16. Pogue & Big Joe Show Hr 1 2-5-16

Pogue & Big Joe Show Hr 1 2-5-16

The Greg Pogue & Big Joe Show Podcast Hr 1- Live from Kitchen Notes at the Omni Nashville Hotel! Austin Price on Vols, Best Worst, & so much more fun on the radio!

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17. Pogue & Big Joe Show Hr 1 9-11-15

Pogue & Big Joe Show Hr 1  9-11-15

The Greg Pogue & Big Joe Podcast Hr 1! The guys are live on location at Kitchen Notes in The Omni Hotel sampling the atmosphere.....and some incredible food! Austin Price joins for a Vols update & Best Worst Segment in Radio!

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