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- Day 3 w/ songwriters in the DR has been incredible. Witnessing how much & in how many ways @WorldVision is lifting up children & families. 6 hours ago
- Into our second day & we have met some amazing kids. One a phenomenal singer who wrote an incredible song. #undiscoveredtalent #worldvision 1 day ago
- Long travel day done. After 2 flight and a 3.5 hour bus ride we are safely in Barahona, DR. Dinner time & hang time! 2 days ago
- We all ran into @hollywilliams1 at the gate in Nashville. Great to meet her. The amount of talent at B concourse this morning was intense. 2 days ago
- And we're off. World Vision songwriters trip is Dominican bound. What a great bunch of artists. 2 days ago
- @russelled Hey man, are you planning on bringing a guitar? Trying to get a final count. 3 days ago
- Watching Paul McCartney at #Bonnaroo live.... blogs.tennessean.com/tunein/2013/06… 3 days ago
Category Archives: Miscellaneous
346/365: Bottled Up, originally uploaded by Mike Severson.
Good Hike, originally uploaded by Mike Severson.
Texas Theater, originally uploaded by Mike Severson.
Back in the Day, originally uploaded by Mike Severson.
Ghostly Grass, originally uploaded by Mike Severson.
Downtown Dusk, originally uploaded by Mike Severson.
Walk To Union Station, originally uploaded by Mike Severson.
Spring, originally uploaded by Mike Severson.
Live Acoustic Music, originally uploaded by Mike Severson.
That Way, originally uploaded by Mike Severson.
JOY TO THE WORLD!! AND JOY TO YOU AND YOURS! Christmas Joy, originally uploaded by Mike Severson.
Cain’s Ballroom, originally uploaded by Mike Severson.
Ladies , originally uploaded by Mike Severson.
Florence, originally uploaded by Mike Severson.
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KYGO/Denver Program Director and occasional contributor to FOR THE RECORD Joel Burke has officially released his new book. Entitled “Inspire!: Inspiration for Life and Work”, the 160 page paperback is a collection of stories and ideas to help encourage, inspire, and motivate. … Continue reading
The past few weeks have been absolutely overwhelming to every part of my life and the whirlwind continues. I hope to get up to speed blogging again very soon, but I have yet to fully find my equilibrium and get … Continue reading
via Lifehacker by Kevin Purdy on 1/6/09 The good news: CNET has sources saying the three largest music labels will allow Apple to offer music downloads free of copy-protection. And the bad news might not be that bad. In exchange … Continue reading
Here’s Jamie knocking out an acoustic version of ”Like A Woman” during one of the CMA radio recording sessions.
When you think about the month of March what automatically comes to your mind? Spring? “Et tu, Brute?”, Mardi Gras? National Poison Prevention Week? St. Patricks Day? How about Rissi Palmer Month?! The 2009 Chevy and CMA Country Music Calendar is off … Continue reading
The Digital Music Forum West was this past weekend in Hollywood, CA. A Wired blog captures the highlights of “The Future of Mobile Music” panel. Some interesting observations, predictions, and concerns are shared by the guest executives, who like typical panelists, … Continue reading
From Brennon Slattery, PC World Blogger: Faced with huge song royalty increases, Net radio may soon face extinction. That is according to Internet radio Webcaster Pandora’s founder Tim Westergren. He told the Washington Post his popular music Webcasting site is … Continue reading
Just for fun I sent off an email to my radio friends asking them where they think I will land. Something is imminent, so I thought I’d have some fun. I was not disappointed by the responses: Roger Penske is … Continue reading
I have continued to enjoy the Olympics and have looked forward to the track and field. I watched the 100 meter prelims and finals over the weekend and was amazed at the speed of the sprinters. What I could have … Continue reading
By Eliot Van Buskirk from Wired.com The German media company Bertelsmann is considering escaping the flagging music sales industry by selling its 50 percent share in Sony/BMG to Sony. Apparently, no other parties are interested. Sony’s board is scheduled to … Continue reading
Since Mike and Amy are spending some serious quality time in Afrca, I thought it would be fitting to share with you the story of the Sisters of Rwanda, a non-profit organization that is focused on helping the poverty stricken … Continue reading
Leadership Music Digital Summit is going on today in Nashville. The keynote was delivered by the CEO of iLike, Ali Partovi, who mentioned that it was the first keynote he has given. With all of the questions, concerns and potential regarding the future of … Continue reading
50 Cent and Universal Music Group are being sued for promoting the “gangsta lifestyle”. Read about it here. That got me thinking about what lifestyle country music is promoting. Who could sue us? Soccer moms? Former 70′s rock fans? The state … Continue reading
Emerson Drive, Southwest Airlines and the Nashville Film Festival are teaming up and giving away a trip to Las Vegas and the ACM Awards. Love music? Into film? Dig Southwest? Well then here’s the lowdown:
I was very glad to hear from the founder of the Dewey Foundation and The Victory Project, Mike Dewey, who made these comments: Thanks for the kind words. It is already working! We are already receiving submissions, and the response … Continue reading
I love this. The Victory Project out of Austin, TX is offering the amount of $1,000,000,000 to whoever can find a solution to problems in our society which need innovation and determination. Our fame addicted culture has watered down what it really … Continue reading
KRYS PD Frank Edwards returned from the snow in Nashville on Saturday to thunderstorms that rolled through Corpus Christi yesterday afternoon. No one knows for sure if it was straight winds or a tornado, but it did considerable damage to the building, … Continue reading
Country Radio Seminar is coming up next week. Some of you radio folks are attending, but most of you are unable to make it because of budgetary reasons. For those of you in the latter category, keep coming back to … Continue reading