Paul George, Clippers unveil new courts in Palmdale

PALMDALE — When Paul George’s high school basketball coach Tom Hegre heard his former player was feeling the affects of flu Saturday night during the Clippers’ loss to the Utah Jazz, it didn’t cross his mind that he wouldn’t show up in his native Palmdale on Sunday for Paul George Day. “I mean, I know he’s down with the flu and had the flu last night, but I was talking to some of the ESPN guys this morning and they said, ‘So he’s coming,’ ” said Hegre, who remains the head boys’ basketball coach...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Nba, Jazz, Espn, Oklahoma City, Paul George, George, Utah Jazz, LA Clippers, Clippers, Patrick Beverley, Jordan Clarkson, Kawhi Leonard, YMCA

Children’s Music Distribution

RouteNote has partnered with some of the world’s largest children’s music creators and studios from around the world, helping them to get their music into the world’s largest stores and streaming services. RouteNote has partnered with USP Studios as well as over 100 other high level children’s music creators. If your a children’s music creator and you want to join RouteNote then head over to and signup for a Free account today. Let us help you get your music heard and ...
Tags: Music, Youtube, Music News, Digital Music News, Distribution, Studios, Routenote, Music Distribution, YouTube Creators, USP Studios, Childrens Music

Ultimate YouTube Vloggers Studio Setup on One Desk!

Are you looking for the ultimate YouTube Studio setup all on one desk? Well this video runs through all the equipment and what results you can expect from your videos. Amazing setup! The post Ultimate YouTube Vloggers Studio Setup on One Desk! appeared first on RouteNote Blog.
Tags: Video, Music, Film, Youtube, Equipment, Creators, Youtube Video, Setup, Digital Video News, YouTube Studio, Creator Setup, Youtube Setup

Vaughan Oliver, celebrated 4AD graphic designer, dies aged 62

Self-confessed ‘working class lad from a dull town’ created some of the most revered sleeves in modern popVaughan Oliver, the graphic designer known for his record covers for Pixies, Cocteau Twins and more, has died aged 62.Adrian Shaughnessy, a graphic designer who had worked with Oliver, announced the news on Instagram, saying Oliver had died with his partner Lee by his side. No cause of death has been given. Continue reading...
Tags: Music, Design, Instagram, UK News, Culture, Art and design, Pop and rock, Scott Walker, Graphic Design, David Lynch, Oliver, Lee, Pixies, Vaughan Oliver, Pixies Cocteau Twins, Adrian Shaughnessy

Vaughan Oliver, Graphic Designer For 4AD, Dead At 62

British artist Vaughan Oliver has died at 62. The celebrated graphic designer was best known in the music world for his work with 4AD. Over the years, especially in the '80s and '90s, he designed album covers for many artists on the label's roster. More »
Tags: Music, Obit, Vaughan Oliver

L.A. Buzz Bands Show (2019 year-ender), tonight at 9 on The Independent 88.5 FM

Join me at 9 tonight for the L.A. Buzz Bands Show on The Independent 88.5 FM — it’s time to bid a fond farewell to 2019, and I’ll be doing so by sharing some of my favorite songs of the year. Included will be tunes from Jenny Lewis, Billie Eilish, Better Oblivion Community Center, Weyes Blood, Talker, Sego, FEELS, Criminal Hygiene, Cherry Glazerr, Palm Springsteen, Shannon Lay and more. If you’re out of FM range, click here to stream the show at 9. Here’s the playlist, in alphabetical order by a...
Tags: Music, Radio, Buzz Bands La, Local Music, Los Angeles music, 88.5 FM, The Independent 88.5 FM, LA scene, Jenny Lewis Billie Eilish, Shannon Lay August Jenny Lewis, Red Bull Hennessy Palm Springsteen

Tonight in L.A.: Lagwagon, Los Lobos, McCall, Bino Rideaux, Adult Bodies, Bonavega, Neil Hamburger, Huguenot, the Moshav Band, Drake Bell, the English Beat, Drip Fest 2, Noa James

L.A. concerts for Sunday: ► Veteran punk rockers Lagwagon, who returned this fall with “Railer” (their ninth album and first in five years), close out the year with a show at the Regent Theater, with Pulley and Grumpster supporting. ► Los Lobos continue their run of holiday week shows with a night at the Rose in Pasadena, with 3Fing3rs opening. ► Twenty-one-year-old singer-songwriter McCall, who released her new “Under the Reign” EP in October, headlines the Moroccan Lounge, joined by Kate Grahn...
Tags: Music, Pasadena, Preview, Alex, Continental, Drake Bell, Neil Hamburger, Los Lobos, Rose, Catalina Club, Saint Rocke, La Cita, Bob Anderson, McCall, Pulley, Lagwagon

AUS10 – “King”

“King”, a highlight single off L.A.’s AUS10 new album “Lost in Paradise” releases a few weeks ago.  AUS10 displays his lyrical skills on this one over a hard hitting beat.
Tags: Jazz, Singles, AUS10

Fisherman Big and Small Meet in Philadelphia

The Philly Fishing Show will be held at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center on February 21–24, 2020. This unique show brings together people who love boats, people who want to have a beautiful day fishing on the lake, and people who might want to take a fishing charter to the Atlantic. There will be much to do for fish-lovers. Attendees can enjoy free seminars on saltwater, freshwater, and fly fishing. There will be an on-site trout pond for attendees to catch a fish right at the show. You ca...
Tags: Family, Atlantic, Pennsylvania, Jazz, Philadelphia, Philly, South Jersey, Prussia, Delaware River, Liberty Bell Independence Hall, Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, Hyatt House Philadelphia King, Philadelphia Downtown, City Hall Independence Hall

Clemson Beats Ohio State to Advance to Title Game

We all know that the winner of this game would face LSU for the national championship. In the Peach Bowl, LSU went on to pummel the Sooners 63-28. Ohio State received the ball first and Justin Fields was able to move the ball with ease. Unfortunately, they settled for a field goal to open the game with a 3-0 lead. Clemson put together a nice drive during their first possession. The Buckeyes defense stepped up and held them to a field goal attempt. Clemson missed the field goal and Ohio State h...
Tags: LSU, New Orleans, Jazz, Ohio, Tigers, Oklahoma, Clemson, Ohio State, Lawrence, Sooners, Buckeyes, Etienne, Dobbins, Justin Fields, J K Dobbins, Travis Etienne

Best of CH 2019: Listen Up

Genre-blurring music that moved us this year Music is more than entertainment—it can be a source of inspiration, provocation, awakening. Every day in our Listen Up section, we share our favorite new tunes and, while our collective taste in music is vast, every song we share makes us feel something. We have selected just a few standouts here, but browse our Listen Up 2019 playlist …
Tags: Music, Design, Disco, Music Videos, Rock, Pop, Hip-hop, Indie, Jazz, Indie Pop, Dreampop, Synthpop, Psych, Listen Up

The diversity of women taking over entertainment: Editors Best of the Year

It’s hard to even know where to start with this — each of these women could be their own Editors Best of the Year, but together, they’re even more powerful. And that’s saying something. We have to start somewhere, so, as we often do, we’ll start with the force that is Ava DuVernay, whose speech […]
Tags: Movies, Media, Shopping, Entertainment, Pop Culture, Editors' Picks, Ava Duvernay, Women's History, Entertainment + Media, Editors Best of the Year

Scrabble Shop (possibly the first or last in a series)

Just like music, what started as an activity became an obsession. When I first started playing Scrabble online, I set the racks to display vowels first, consonants second. As a newb this seemed more logical and easier to process than the "alphagram" (alphabetical) order that is more common among tournament players and study materials. Pretty soon I found that a vowel-centered approach also helped me organize and remember words more effectively, so nowadays the vowels are my "stems" and I make c...
Tags: Jazz, Scrabble, Mumford, Stefan Kac, Placeholders, Minyanim, Blog Month 2019, Scrabble Shop Series

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