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Polyphia Guitarists Tim Henson and Scott LePage Sign on as Fishman Fluence Artists

Fishman is honored to announce that Tim Henson and Scott LePage of the progressive rock band Polyphia have joined the company's artist roster. Since their formation in Plano, Texas in 2010, Polyphia have made a name for themselves by blending intricate guitar riffs with other musical genres, along with progressive metal & rock influences. Their impressive catalog has earned them 300M+ global streams, 90M+ YouTube views,...

FirmTech™ Announces its Official Launch of Erectile Performance Ring

FirmTech, a revolutionary new sexual wellness company that has developed the Performance Ring (FPR) and Tech Ring (FTR), will be officially launching at The Sexual Medicine Society of North America's annual meeting. The groundbreaking tracker for men's sexual wellness, to encourage better health, is a breakthrough in enhancing pleasure and monitoring the vital signs of erectile health. In addition, these FDA...

Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest Returns With Music’s Biggest Names

On Location, the official hospitality partner of the National Football League ("NFL" or "The League"), and Bud Light, the official beer sponsor of the NFL, today announce the return of the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest. Celebrating its fourth year, the three-night festival connects the city of Phoenix with the football and music communities as part of the festivities surrounding this year's Super Bowl. The Bud...

Consumer Demand for Non-Alcoholic Cocktails Rising as Nearly Half of Americans Try to Reduce Alcohol Consumption

New research from consumer insights platform Veylinx suggests that abstinence events like "Dry January" are more than just a social media fad. More than three-quarters of Americans say they've temporarily given up alcohol for at least a month in the past. Almost half (46%) of drinkers are trying to reduce their alcohol consumption right now, and 52% of them are replacing...

Elon Musk’s Twitter Failure

Twitter continues to be tire fire, as does cryptocurrency. One wonders when either one will shuffle off the stage and fade into obscurity. Anyway, lots of news this week, along with a Gaming Flashback of Dishonored. News includes: Musk reportedly laid off everyone who ran Twitter's million-follower gaming account GameStop to end FTX partnership, will refund crypto gift card purchases Let us know...

Episode 500: Milestone 500

The Videogame Roundtable has recorded its 500th episode, finally. This is the third attempt. The first was only partially recorded, while the next one was not recorded at all. Appended to this podcast is the partially recorded podcast which had former co-host Jordan Lund. The news includes: Phil Spencer 'excited' at the idea of more StarCraft Sony’s PSVR 2 gets a...

Albuquerque’s Metal Powerhouse ILLUMINA A.D. Returns with “Suffer”

Founded by rhythm guitarist Alexander Bane in 2011, Illumina A.D. is a five-piece metal powerhouse hailing from Albuquerque, New Mexico. Their name, which translates to "Light After Death," hints at the group's desire to fuse the brutal with the beautiful. Illumina A.D. breaks back into the scene in serendipitous fashion. As though this band’s name truly represents the journey...

Film Review: Age of Tomorrow

After a free subscription to Peacock (probably my third) and a free showing of the 1st episode of the new Quantum Leap, this film popped up on my screen. I love good acting and this film is absent of that. Sure, Star Trek Voyager's hologram - "The Doctor - Lewis Zimmerman, looking very aged in this 2014 flick, knows how...

On Sale Now: All Moog Music iOS & macOS Apps 50% Off

Explore the sound and workflow of three powerful Moog synthesizers from your iOS or macOS device! • Recreate the legendary sounds of your favorite songs with the Minimoog Model D App. • Enter the world of modular or hone your patching skills with the Model 15 App. • Discover new concepts of multidimensional sound design with Animoog Z. Each offering a completely unique...

Music Review: Terri Lee – Nasty But Nice (CD)

16 tracks is close to a double vinyl LP and Terri Lee delivers strong performances throughout the long play. Where Janet Jackson channeled Joan Jett's "Bad Reputation" in her classic "Nasty," Lee softens the blow with the fact that she's "nice" as well as being, well...."disagreeable" (the prettiest descriptive word for "nasty" that could be found!...it is a ROUGH...

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While Anna Faith has been performing (and modelling) since she was in the second grade, it was her portrayal of the Disney character Elsa...

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