Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Mark Nawar From The Outfit


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The Outfit, from Chicago, have been creating a buzz since coming on to the rock scene. Their first single  “Soldier Boy” released in 2018, secured the #34 spot on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Chart. The band isn’t re-inventing the wheel, and it never tries to; thats it’s charm. The three words to describe the band is original, bold, rock.

The Outfit shows they have the chops of veteran musicians, yet the forward thinking attitude to make an impact with a fresh unique sound for today's music scene. The instant gratification track “Viking” has been received enthusiastically by crowds at the bands recent performances, including the Rock USA festival last summer. "Viking" also cracked The Billboard Mainstream Rock Indicator chart late last year, peaking at #24, while the video has over 360,000 views on You Tube, and over 90,000 plays on Spotify.

The band is getting ready to lauch their new single "Come Alive". Lead singer Andy Mitchell says “Come Alive” ia a song about living in your dreams.  A place where you can go to see friends and love ones that have passed on.  A place where the dead come alive."

The Outfit will release their new album entitled "Viking" on March 27th, 2020, via Pavement Entertainment. The album was mixed by multi-platinum producer Ulrich Wild (Breaking Benjamin, Static-X, Deftones, Pantera, and White Zombie).

The band will continue touring this year and will make stops in February 2020 at the world famous Whisky A Go Go, along with shows in Las Vegas, San Diego and Phoenix. Later this summer they will be opening for Puddle of Mudd on select dates.

Reelly Godd Movies With Gabe

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Four new films found their way into theaters over the weekend. Gabe puts us in the center of the action when he reveals what it's like to see an old video game character come to life. Then Downhill. Is it an uphill battle to get people in? The Photograph is a huge keeper because of the love in the story. And you'll never forget Liam in Ordinary Love.

Matthew Modine And Niles Fitch

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Miss Virginia stars Emmy® winner Uzo Aduba as a struggling single mother who is losing her fifteen-year-old son to the rough streets of Washington, DC. Unwilling to see him drop out and deal drugs, she places him in a private school. But when she can’t afford tuition, she launches a movement to change the system and fights to create a scholarship program for her at-risk son and children like him. Matthew Modine plays Congressman Clifford Williams, a politician who becomes Virginia’s unlikely ally in her fight for the district’s poorest children. Niles Fitch plays Virginia’s gifted but troubled son.

Matthew Modine is an Emmy® and Golden Globe® nominee for his outstanding work in the miniseries And the Band Played On. He rose to prominence through his role as US Marine Corp Private Joker in Stanley Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket. His other film roles include the title character in Alan Parker’s Birdy, the high school wrestler Louden Swain in Vision Quest, Drake Goodman in Pacific Heights and Dr. Ralph Wyman in Short Cuts. On television, Modine portrayed Dr. Martin Brenner in Stranger Things, the oversexed Sullivan Groff on Weeds and Ivan Turing in Proof.

Niles Fitch is best known for his role as young Randall in the hit series This is Us. He made his television debut with a guest appearance in Tyler Perry’s House of Payne, followed by a recurring role in Season 7 of Army Wives. His film credits include St. Vincent and Roman J. Israel Esq.

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Kyndal Inskeep

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Growing up wasn’t easy for Kyndal. Her father was mostly absent and when her mom remarried, she was the only one in her family with a different last name. She felt she didn’t fit in and was often lonely, but music brought her joy. She got a guitar for Christmas and wrote her first song at 8 years old. By 13, she was gigging and posting videos of her singing. At 19, she moved to Nashville and finally felt at home. Kyndal is currently a nanny for four kids during the day and continues to perform her original music by night.

Debbie Allen


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They've Gotta Have Us, a dynamic chronicle of art, activism and race in Black Cinema featuring in-depth interviews with some of Hollywood's most iconic voices, has been acquired by ARRAY Releasing as the company's first series acquisition. ARRAY will premiere the docu-series on Netflix on February 5, 2020. ARRAY has also acquired distribution rights in the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Africa. The announcement was made by ARRAY founder Ava DuVernay.
They've Gotta Have Us was conceived, produced and directed by Simon Frederick, a UK-based self-taught artist, photographer, filmmaker and broadcaster. The series features revealing interviews with many barrier-breaking filmmakers and stars, including Diahann Carroll, John Singleton, Kasi Lemmons, John Boyega, Harry Belafonte, Robert Townsend, David Oyelowo, Whoopi Goldberg, Laurence Fishburne, Debbie Allen and Barry Jenkins.
The series also includes clips from and commentary about such seminal films as Carmen Jones, Claudine, Lilies of the Field, Do The Right Thing, Boyz in the Hood, Hollywood Shuffle, Black Panther and Moonlight.
"As a company whose mission is to amplify voices of people of color, They've Gotta Have Us speaks directly to our highest ideas of inclusion, cultural context and community. Not only are we introducing an exciting artist like Simon Frederick to a new audience, but his project shares the stories of Black Cinema's most influential filmmakers and actors," said ARRAY President Tilane Jones.

Boaz Frankel


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LET’S BE WEIRD TOGETHER: A Book About Love - is a celebration of the universal phenomenon that couples bring out the best in each other, but also the weirdest. The book features a collection of funny diagrams and charts, mini-comics, quirky lists and facts, and more joyfully bizarre oddments

 This colorful and fully illustrated compendium of quirky love contains:
Animal relationship facts, like how pufferfish create sand patterns to impress mates.
Relationship records, such as the longest underwater kiss, clocked in at 20 minutes.
Questions to determine how comfortable you are with your significant other. For example, are you “sharing drinks (one straw)” comfortable or “sharing drinks (two straws)” comfortable?
Romantic nicknames from around the world, including mon petit chou, which translates to “my little cabbage” in French.
Quirky couples throughout history, such as Khnumhotep and Niankhkhnum, chief manicurists to ancient Egyptian pharaoh Nyuserre Ini, who were also lovers. Their joint tomb is decorated with sweet and  affectionate paintings of the two men.

There is even a sampling of strange love-related laws (in New Orleans, fortune tellers and palm readers are not able to officiate at weddings), a selection of untraditional romantic getaway destinations (get hitched at Voodoo Doughnuts and snack on some doughnuts customized to resemble the newlyweds), a flowchart to help couples determine the type of pet that best suits them, and more!

LET’S BE WEIRD TOGETHER also includes a bonus sheet of temporary tattoos designed specifically for partners—a pair of mismatched socks, a heart proclaiming “I’m the better singer,” and more. A rare relationship book that captures the rituals and tiny two-person universes that couples create together, in a sweet, small package filled with humor, charming illustrations, and endearing quirkiness, it’s the perfect gift for a significant other on Valentine’s Day, an anniversary, a birthday, or as a just-because-I-love-you gift!

Huey Lewis

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Huey Lewis & The News have announced their new album, Weather, out February 14th on BMG. Featuring the group's first new, original songs since 2001's Plan B LP - plus one cover of the classic Eugene Church soul burner "Pretty Girls Everywhere" - Weather was produced in-house by Huey and the guys, just like every record they've made since the early 1980s.
Along with the announcement, Huey Lewis & The News have unveiled a new single and album opener, "While We're Young" - listen here:
https://youtu.be/3aT4g-fu-R4
Following their previous offering "Her Love Is Killin' Me" - a "harmonica-topped, gritty-voiced, good-natured boogie that has Huey Lewis & The News sounding like absolutely nothing has changed since the mid-1980s" (The New York Times) - "While We're Young" delivers another preview of the patience and positivity at the core of Weather.
Unaware that recording sessions were about to be cut short by a 2018 Ménière's disease diagnosis that could keep him from ever singing again, Lewis reflects on fleeting mortality with a rasp as uninhibited, witty, and confident as ever, backed by the same strength of smooth-sailing soul arrangements that first launched the group to international superstardom.
Realized through years spent road-testing the tracks on tour, Lewis calls Weather some of the band's best work. Songs evoke the superlative eras of Sports and Fore! (one of the small number of albums to ever generate five or more Top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100), and extend to blues shuffles, classic R&B, and even a hint of country twang (check out "One Of The Boys," a song Dave Cobb originally asked Lewis to write for Willie Nelson).
Huey Lewis & The News recorded Weather at their own Troutfarm Studio in Marin County, CA, and once again brought in the mixing expertise of studio legend Bob Clearmountain. Clearmountain and The News have had a long-running relationship, and he is credited with mixing many of the band's hits, including "Do You Believe In Love," "The Heart Of Rock & Roll," "I Want A New Drug," and "If This Is It," to name a few.
Weather marks a fresh opportunity for new generations of fans to discover why Huey Lewis & The News have sold over 30 million albums, topped numerous charts, earned Grammy wins, Academy Award nominations, and a spot on Billboard's recent list of the Top 125 Artists of All Time.
As Lewis says, "You've got to look on the bright side and stay creative. Even if I never sing again, things could always be worse. After all, I'm deaf, not dead."