social media – Puro Veinte http://puroveinte.com/ Sat, 26 Mar 2022 20:31:58 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://puroveinte.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/icon-120x120.png social media – Puro Veinte http://puroveinte.com/ 32 32 ‘Special story’: Denis Shapovalov happy to make Canadian history alongside Felix Auger-Aliassime at Australian Open 2022 https://puroveinte.com/special-story-denis-shapovalov-happy-to-make-canadian-history-alongside-felix-auger-aliassime-at-australian-open-2022/ Sun, 23 Jan 2022 16:27:00 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/special-story-denis-shapovalov-happy-to-make-canadian-history-alongside-felix-auger-aliassime-at-australian-open-2022/ Canadian tennis has grown steadily over the past few years with the rise of top talent from the ATP and WTA Roosters. Denis Shapovalov is one such talent trying to make an impact on the big stage. The Canadian defeated world number 3 Alexander Zverev in straight sets to reach the quarter-finals of the 2022 […]]]>

Canadian tennis has grown steadily over the past few years with the rise of top talent from the ATP and WTA Roosters. Denis Shapovalov is one such talent trying to make an impact on the big stage. The Canadian defeated world number 3 Alexander Zverev in straight sets to reach the quarter-finals of the 2022 Australian Open.

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Felix Auger-Aliassime is another player set to join Denis in the last eight. The youngster will face the experienced Marin Cilic in the quarter-finals tomorrow. Cilic has already beaten Andrey Rublev in the third round and is motivated enough to give the youngsters a hard time.

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Denis Shapovalov feels special to have created records for Canada alongside Felix Auger-Aliassime

In the post-match presser after the fourth round, Shapovalov was asked how he felt about reaching the quarters during the “happy slam” and also about putting Canada on the tennis map.

Of course, I think what we’ve done is amazing. Especially the start of the season, for Canada probably winning the first tennis team title in history, with Felix and what we are doing in Australia is also special.

Denis then talked about Félix Auger-Aliassime and how special he is to share these milestones alongside him.

I mean, it’s great to do it alongside a guy like Felix, who is obviously also an outstanding player. We graduated from juniors together. It’s quite a special story to share with him. Obviously, it will be amazing if he can pass.

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Felix and Shapovalov played crucial role in Team Canada’s first ATP Cup win

Félix and Denis both played crucial roles in the Canadian team that won its first ATP Cup. Although Canada entered the event as an up-and-coming team, they weren’t the big favorites heading into the tournament. But, they scored incredible wins against countries like Russia, Germany and Spain to record a memorable victory for their team.

August 11, 2021; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Canada’s Denis Shapovalov returns a ball to USA’s Frances Tiafoe (not pictured) at the Aviva Centre. Mandatory Credit: John E. Sokolowski – USA TODAY Sports

Coming to the Australian Open, Denis Shapovalov has a difficult task ahead as he will face former world No. 1 and 20-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open.

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Memphis, 20, daughter of American Pickers star Danielle Colby shows off curves in skin-tight jeans and crop top in new video https://puroveinte.com/memphis-20-daughter-of-american-pickers-star-danielle-colby-shows-off-curves-in-skin-tight-jeans-and-crop-top-in-new-video/ Sun, 16 Jan 2022 20:57:00 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/memphis-20-daughter-of-american-pickers-star-danielle-colby-shows-off-curves-in-skin-tight-jeans-and-crop-top-in-new-video/ Memphis, the 20-year-old daughter of AMERICAN Pickers star Danielle Colby showed off her curves while wearing skin-tight jeans and a crop top in a sexy new video. Memphis flashed her bare midriff in her latest TikTok video. 5 Memphis imitated Seed of Chucky linesCredit: TikTok/lolahwaifu 5 Memphis showed off her curves in a TiktTok videoCredit: […]]]>

Memphis, the 20-year-old daughter of AMERICAN Pickers star Danielle Colby showed off her curves while wearing skin-tight jeans and a crop top in a sexy new video.

Memphis flashed her bare midriff in her latest TikTok video.

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Memphis imitated Seed of Chucky linesCredit: TikTok/lolahwaifu
Memphis showed off her curves in a TiktTok video

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Memphis showed off her curves in a TiktTok videoCredit: TikTok/lolahwaifu

The TikTok star’s mother is best known for starring on the History Channel show American Pickers.

Danielle’s daughter has styled her long brown hair in two pigtails.

She wrote: “How come I can’t wear jeans anymore?”

While wanting her jeans to be looser around her thighs, Memphis mimicked the lines of Jennifer Tilly from Seed of Chucky: “How come I don’t have good roles anymore?

“How come no one takes me seriously?

The text read: “Lovers exist.

Memphis leaned into the camera and synchronized Chucky’s response: “Nice t**s.”

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The caption read, “Oops, sorry” with the hashtag #boostofhope.

“DAYS AT THE BEACH”

Recently, Memphis showed off her butt wearing a stunning red thong swimsuit.

In the Instagram photo, she raised her arms in the air.

The model then rocked the backless detail of her printed one-piece.

She captioned the post: “Beach days,” along with a strawberry emoji.

Memphis has previously shared explicit photos of herself to promote her X-rated page.

In the past, she previously posed topless in the bath and completely undressed.

‘ON THE ROAD’

Meanwhile, Danielle recently shared a rare photo of herself and Memphis on social media.

The American Pickers host revealed she’s been focused on finding “health and balance” after months of travelling.

She wrote: “The past three months have been absolutely packed with travel. I feel like I haven’t had time to settle in and decompress for a while, hence my silence on social media. “

“I’ve been working hard to get my OF page up and running (the link is in my bio if you want to check it out) and just trying to stay healthy and balanced.

“Being on the road so much can be really exhausting. But the BEST is seeing my family.”

Danielle gushed, “I can’t believe she’s turning 21 this year! I can’t wait to celebrate her big day with her soon.”

In addition to her daughter, Danielle shares son Miles, 25, with ex-husband Chad Cushman.

DANIELLE’S PERSONAL LIFE

After divorcing Chad, Danielle married French designer Alexandre De Meyer in 2015.

However, the couple separated about two years later.

In July 2021, The Sun reported that the TV personality had quietly divorced Alexandra and was now engaged to her longtime boyfriend, Jeremy Scheuch.

TV personality star Mike Wolfe, 57, has confirmed the departure of longtime host Frank Fritz, 55, from the reality show last summer.

Frank was replaced by Mike’s younger brother, Robbie.

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Danielle posed with Miles and Memphis for a photo

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In the revolutionary PinkPantheress campaign with Parlophone, Spotify and Up Close Management | Talent https://puroveinte.com/in-the-revolutionary-pinkpantheress-campaign-with-parlophone-spotify-and-up-close-management-talent/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 07:15:00 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/in-the-revolutionary-pinkpantheress-campaign-with-parlophone-spotify-and-up-close-management-talent/ PinkPantheress has just been named winner of the BBC Sound Of 2022 poll, following viral hits on TIC Tac, a Top 20 mixtape and huge industry buzz. In an enlarged version of our report in the latest edition of Music week, PinkPantheress’ management and label spoke about the 2021 star’s groundbreaking ambitions and artistry. Mystery […]]]>


PinkPantheress has just been named winner of the BBC Sound Of 2022 poll, following viral hits on TIC Tac, a Top 20 mixtape and huge industry buzz.

In an enlarged version of our report in the latest edition of Music week, PinkPantheress’ management and label spoke about the 2021 star’s groundbreaking ambitions and artistry.

Mystery surrounds the Bath-born singer, songwriter and producer, who has built a huge hit on TikTok with concise tracks that draw heavily on samples from the 90s and 2000s to polish her eclectic alt-pop sound. .

Pink panther, whose true identity has yet to be revealed, signed with Parlophone earlier this year when she was still a student at 20.

“It was an old-fashioned signing,” said Parlophone co-chair Nick Burgess. Music week. “PinkPantheress was discovered with a data tool that we have, one of our A&R staff spotted the numbers very early on. She had the energy and the vision and we shared that vision. We signed it very quickly without any competition.

“It was just a true, instinctive A&R decision using data. So it was quite modern [approach to] sign but always with the conviction that she is the real deal. We all thought she was the kind of artist who Parlophone was looking back then, she was the epitome of what Parlophone is right now – futuristic but with credibility, true artistry and talent.

Inspired by the aesthetics of horror films, PinkPantheress’ first mixtape, To Hell With It, landed the Top 20 in October. It has sales of 14,780 with the vast majority of flows, according to the Official Charts Company.

The first single Break It Off was released in June and entered the Top 75. It has sold 119,550 sales to date. Pain, which peaked at No.35 (172,309 sales), has 130 million streams on Spotify alone.

PinkPantheress’ biggest hit to date is Just For Me, which peaked at # 27 in September (132,554 sales).

“The thing with PinkPantheress is that it’s so clear that everything she does comes directly from her,” said Phoebe Gold, artistic director at Up Close. “Seems like this is why everyone is resonating so much with their project – and why the fans are really leading the charge, and almost like the industry is catching up.”

In 2021, PinkPantheress exploded on TikTok, where it amassed 1.1 million followers and 8.3 million likes. She appeared in the platform Year-end review of disrupted stars.

Burgess said she is helping redefine the platform’s possibilities beyond viral hits.

“It’s almost like it’s starting to be a platform to really develop an artist,” he said. Music week. “She has used this platform perhaps smarter than anyone before.

“She’s still a great performer and that is a testament to her and us not getting too caught up in the TikTok thing, just letting her develop using TikTok.” She understands it, and that’s why it feels very pure the way she’s used it.

“We’re talking about TikTok artists, and it brings to mind certain types of artists,” added Parlophone Co-President Mark Mitchell. “[But] she produces her music, she just uses that platform to communicate with her fan base.

“Maybe two years ago, a TikTok artist suggested a certain style, maybe even a throwaway [track], but that’s just not the case now, there are many different ways to use TikTok.

“The way she uses TIC Tac is really, really smart, and all of her, ”Gold said. “She knows how to use social platforms as tools, that’s what they’re actually for – rather than making it part of her personality.”

The Top 20 success of To Hell With It has propelled PinkPantheress to 6.2 million monthly listeners on Spotify.

“The numbers are good, sure, but the most important thing is that she feels like her album reflects PinkPantheress and the path she’s following,” said the co-manager. Jesse Gassongo-Alexandre. “We’re in the fun part – she’s still a new artist, even though things are picking up speed. So our only hope and wish is that she continues to enjoy the creative process.

PinkPantheress Teamed Up With Spotify On A Mini Documentary As Part Of Her Radar campaign, the streaming service’s global emerging artist program.

“PinkPantheress is just beginning, so 2022 has the potential to be a huge year for her,” Tom Connaughton, Managing Director of Spotify UK & Ireland. “While she has already solidified a whole legion of fans – especially on social media – driving a greater level of musical discovery will give her the opportunity to expand her audience to different age groups and audiences.”

Connaughton said the year-long Radar campaign has already boosted the artist’s discoverability on the platform, including inclusion in more than 200 owned or operated playlists such as Today’s Top Hits and Hot Hits USA .

“You can just feel the huge appetite of her fans and new listeners to get to know her and her better: this is one of the reasons we were so proud to be working on her recent mini doc Radar which was a rare lifting of the veil for her. , given how private it is, ”Connaugton added.

The unique and macabre setting and the intimate snapshot of her and her friendships really showed why she is such a force to be reckoned with, and gave fans incredible and rare glimpses of the mysterious character she s. ‘is carved with its addictive music. ”

PinkPantheress’s Just For Me was sampled by another Spotify Radar group Central EWC on his Top 5 single Obsessed With You (395,100 sales).

“She creates such a unique sound by sampling so many different musical genres, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see more artists showcase her in their music,” Connaughton said.

Despite the importance of PinkPantheress on the British rapper’s single, Parlophone chose to avoid credits or featured artist collaborations.

“We all felt it was too early to put her in this place,” said Burgess. “She’s pretty well known for sampling other artists and that’s how she came up with her original production ideas.

“So she just thought it was kinda cool that someone did this to her [music]. She loved the Central Cee track and she is very proud that she did.

Burgess has confirmed that new music is slated for 2022. And there is a huge expectation within the industry.

“I’ve received more inbound calls to PinkPantheress than any artist I’ve worked with in 20 years,” he said. “The whole community of artists loves her, all the producers, she has exciting people she talks to.

“She is definitely very ambitious. It reminds me of the early mixtapes of The Weeknd. We let her develop her artistic talent, she is quite mysterious. She doesn’t even want too much attention on herself yet. She just wants her music to do the talking.

PinkPantheress didn’t play their first real concert at the Pickle Factory until October 2021.

“Tom Schroeder, his agent [at Paradigm], is awesome and understands the need to not go too big, too fast, ”Mitchell said. “She could probably sell Brixton Academy, but that’s just not the right thing right now.”

Burgess stressed that the label’s job is to protect her at this early stage.

“She produces her own music, she writes it, she’s a 360-degree artist,” he said. “She offers all the creative concepts that surround her. We are just proud to be part of it and to help it on its journey. She’s a true modern artist and she understands her audience – we just help along the way. ”

“There’s a lot of learning on the job and we didn’t want her to feel overwhelmed,” Burgess added. “There’s a lot of pressure on her and we don’t want that to affect her ability to be creative. We want her to be a flagship artist of Parlophone in 2022. “


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League Cup (and Burnley’s) reschedule shows Sky only cares about viewing numbers https://puroveinte.com/league-cup-and-burnleys-reschedule-shows-sky-only-cares-about-viewing-numbers/ Thu, 06 Jan 2022 07:21:00 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/league-cup-and-burnleys-reschedule-shows-sky-only-cares-about-viewing-numbers/ “We care about the fans,” they all shouted after the empty stadiums and the European Super League saga. The authorities care so much that they change the game in the short term for no justifiable reason (no, having 5 or 6 players with Covid with teams of 50+ is not justifiable). Liverpool have arrived safely […]]]>


“We care about the fans,” they all shouted after the empty stadiums and the European Super League saga.

The authorities care so much that they change the game in the short term for no justifiable reason (no, having 5 or 6 players with Covid with teams of 50+ is not justifiable).

Liverpool have arrived safely and tonight’s game against us is canceled.

VICTORY have said some Liverpool fans on social media. They were not to have had tickets for the match as it was certainly not a victory for Liverpool fans who booked trains and hotels for a Thursday night game in the first working week of the year .

The Covid suspensions have highlighted the difference between those that go to games and those that treat football like a TV show.

While those at home celebrate the cancellation of games as it gives “their” team a better chance of winning; Match fans should count the cost in their back pocket.

And by the time the postponement of the Arsenal game against Liverpool was bad enough, the lack of thought that went into his rescheduling shows that the authorities really don’t care about the fans.

Moving the game to Thursday, January 20 would have meant Arsenal would play Thursday and Saturday.

Anyone with a brain would have hosted the game on Wednesday. But oh no, Sky broadcasts league games on these days.

The Football League would not want a clash between their own competitions. Sky either. So it’s Thursday.

As a result, Arsenal v Burnley are moved to Sunday.

But who will compensate Burnley fans who had bought trains (and possibly hotels) for a Saturday game whose date was finalized a few months ago.

From now on, not only fans of Liverpool (and some of Arsenal) will be out of pocket; Burnley and other Arsenal fans will be.

With 18 days’ notice, Sky, the Football League and the Premier League have made decisions that maximize their income at the expense of match fans.

Will these Burnley, Arsenal or Liverpool fans be compensated? Do not be dumb.

Just more greed in football …

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Oregon shows courage, but season ends discouragingly https://puroveinte.com/oregon-shows-courage-but-season-ends-discouragingly/ Thu, 30 Dec 2021 20:00:21 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/oregon-shows-courage-but-season-ends-discouragingly/ SAN ANTONIO – Champagne wishes and caviar dreams were on the minds of the Oregon Ducks ahead of the season. OK, maybe Oregon didn’t have exactly those kinds of aspirations to start the season, but the Ducks were hoping the end of the season would end much better than it did. After the Ducks traveled […]]]>


SAN ANTONIO – Champagne wishes and caviar dreams were on the minds of the Oregon Ducks ahead of the season.

OK, maybe Oregon didn’t have exactly those kinds of aspirations to start the season, but the Ducks were hoping the end of the season would end much better than it did.

After the Ducks traveled to Ohio state and knocked out the Buckeyes in Columbus on September 11, many believed Oregon was ready for a college football playoff race. Even with Oregon’s Oct. 2 loss to Stanford, the Ducks still had a shot at playing in one of the college football playoff semifinal games.

On November 16, Oregon was ranked No. 3 in the college football playoffs with a 9-1 record, but it all fell apart days later.

Not only did Utah beat Oregon, it could also have shattered the team in the process with the resounding 38-7 loss on November 20. Two weeks later, after revenge talks, the Utes crushed the Ducks 38-10 in the Pac-12 championship game.

After 30 minutes at the Alamo Bowl in San Antonio against Oklahoma, the mood was similar to the two losses against Utah. But something happened in the second half – Oregon posted a fight it hadn’t shown in a while.

Down 30-3 in the third quarter, the Ducks outscored the Sooners 29-17 in the second period. Given the circumstances surrounding the Oregon program, no one would have blinked if Oklahoma had won by 60 points after the terrible first two quarterbacks.

But the Ducks showed a lot of courage. However, the Ducks still lost 47-32 in the Alamodome as the Sooners rushed for 322 yards.

A loss, but a different feeling

“That feeling after the Pac-12 championship and this one was a little different,” said safety Verone McKinley III. “We fought hard in that second half. We were close, we were close and a lot of people thought we weren’t going to be able to come back and we brought this fight after we left the locker room.

“It’s hard to get in and the coaches leave, but coach BMac (Bryan McClendon) got us right and we didn’t start well. But we keep fighting and fighting, we just needed a little more time. ”

After losing twice to Utah in three weeks, Oregon has seen its coaches go into exile. Among them were coach Mario Cristobal heading to Miami, offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead (Akron, head coach) and defensive coordinator Tim DeRuyter (Texas Tech) also starting while McClendon, the wide receivers coach, has was named interim coach of the Alamo Bowl.

Oregon interim coach Bryan McClendon signals to players in the second half of Wednesday's 47-32 Alamo Bowl loss to Oklahoma in San Antonio.

Then the players quickly followed as Kayvon Thibodeaux, Mykael Wright and Devon Williams pulled out of the Alamo Bowl to prepare for the NFL Draft. With injuries, strikeouts and transfers, more than 30 players were unavailable for the game against Oklahoma and it shows.

Oregon has also had to contend with quarterback Anthony Brown’s inconsistent play against Oklahoma and all season. He also suffered a number of injuries and fan criticism on social media after being transferred from Boston College.

Brown never apologized. He could have decided to sit down and not play in some games this season due to his injuries, but the senior quarterback wanted to keep fighting for his teammates.

Brown: The Line Between Injury and Being Injured

“I was tough, but without them (teammates) I wouldn’t have been there,” Brown said. “Just to play through everything I went through. Whether it was the hand, my foot, it didn’t really matter, I didn’t care.

“That was it for them, they are my family and I did it for them. I wouldn’t change a thing because it’s a difference between being hurt and being hurt. Was I playing to that limit? Probably. But for them, I will give up my body. “

Oregon has been a very strong football program for the past two plus decades with 13 conference championships and two national championship games since 2010. But the Ducks are still chasing that elusive first national championship.

Now, Oregon is hoping new coach Dan Lanning is the man who can help the team win the program’s first national title. While many fans were disappointed and upset with the way Cristobal left the program, Lanning offers the program a lot of optimism.

Although Lanning has no experience as a head coach, he has surrounded himself with a lot of coaches with a ton of wisdom. Among them are assistant head coach and offensive line coach Adrian Klemm, and defensive line coach Tony Tuioti, both of whom have college and NFL background.

Offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham and defensive co-coordinator Matt Powledge also provide knowledgeable coaches that Lanning can bounce ideas off of.

As for the players, transfer Bo Nix, who started his career at Auburn, is hoping to stabilize the quarterback position until the Ducks believe Ty Thompson is ready. Plus, the Ducks’ top three receivers in the Alamo Bowl – Kris Hutson, Dont’e Thornton and Troy Franklin – were all freshmen this season. Another year with a veteran quarterback should help immensely.

Oregon wide receiver Troy Franklin (11) landed a 30-yard touchdown in front of Oklahoma cornerback DJ Graham in Wednesday's Alamo Bowl fourth quarter.

Can Lanning take the next step?

After watching the Ducks the last four games, something had to change. Yes, Cristobal guided Oregon to three straight conference championship games and two Pac-12 championships, but this program has gone as far as it was going to take it.

Lanning offers the chance for Oregon to make a name for himself among college football’s mega-powers on a routine basis. There’s no reason Oregon can’t compete in the championships more often.

While there will be plenty of changes to the schedule in the coming weeks and months, fans should be optimistic about the future.

“It’s a special group of guys,” McClendon said of his team. “It’s a special group of men. I love everything about the group we had.

“I said it, and I said to these guys, I said it every time I got up to the mike, that I wouldn’t rather get into another – in this fight with any other group of guys, be it players and coaches and strength staff, everyone is a part of this program. I really appreciate the job they’ve done. “

Contact Register-Guard sports reporter Antwan Staley at astaley@gannett.com and follow him on Twitter @antwanstaley.


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COVID-19 prompts Casa Mañana to cancel remaining ‘Rudolph the red nosed reindeer’ shows https://puroveinte.com/covid-19-prompts-casa-manana-to-cancel-remaining-rudolph-the-red-nosed-reindeer-shows/ Sun, 19 Dec 2021 22:26:15 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/covid-19-prompts-casa-manana-to-cancel-remaining-rudolph-the-red-nosed-reindeer-shows/ The other representations of Rudolph the red nosed reindeer at the Casa Mañana theater in Fort Worth have been canceled due to “COVID-19 complications.” The family musical adaptation, which began on November 20, was scheduled to run through Thursday. Cancellations were announced at the Casa Mañana theater website and Social media, although details are not […]]]>


The other representations of Rudolph the red nosed reindeer at the Casa Mañana theater in Fort Worth have been canceled due to “COVID-19 complications.”

The family musical adaptation, which began on November 20, was scheduled to run through Thursday.

Cancellations were announced at the Casa Mañana theater website and Social media, although details are not available. The ad went on to say that ticket holders have been notified of the refunds.

“On behalf of everyone at Casa Mañana, we apologize for the disappointment and any inconvenience this may cause,” the announcement reads.

Casa Mañana closed production at the start of the pandemic but resumed theatrical productions in August. The theater is still selling tickets for its first show in 2022, Mathilde the musical, which runs from February 4 to 13.

Casa Mañana is the latest North Texas location to be affected by a pandemic-related cancellation. Last week, the Dallas Theater Center canceled seven performances of A Christmas Carol, after a member of the company tested positive for COVID-19.

Dallas Theater Center officials are hopeful the show can continue for its next performance scheduled for Wednesday.

The cancellations follow cases where the cast and crew have tested positive for COVID-19 on Broadway in New York City and in London’s West End. On Saturday, seven Broadway shows were temporarily closed.



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‘They Must Play’: New Brunswick Music Agency Owner Worried About Future of Live Music – New Brunswick https://puroveinte.com/they-must-play-new-brunswick-music-agency-owner-worried-about-future-of-live-music-new-brunswick/ Sat, 18 Dec 2021 22:30:38 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/they-must-play-new-brunswick-music-agency-owner-worried-about-future-of-live-music-new-brunswick/ The owner of a Moncton music agency and record label says the new year could be the worst for live music in New Brunswick. Carol Doucet, owner of Le Grenier Musique, said she predicts 2022 will be even more difficult for the music industry than the previous two years of the pandemic. In an interview […]]]>


The owner of a Moncton music agency and record label says the new year could be the worst for live music in New Brunswick.

Carol Doucet, owner of Le Grenier Musique, said she predicts 2022 will be even more difficult for the music industry than the previous two years of the pandemic.

In an interview on Saturday, she said the combination of the worsening pandemic, the lack of government grants that have helped performers through 2020 and 2021, as well as venues reserving fewer shows in the New Year mean that many artists are leaving the industry.

“Artists need to play, they need to tour to make a living from their music. We’ve lost a lot of musicians, ”she said, adding that they only booked around 15-20 percent of their regular rate.

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She said that because her artists hadn’t been able to tour in the past two years, they had nearly doubled the production of new music, leaving the artists to streaming, sales and radio plays as the main form of income. .

“Streaming is not very important financially for artists … so it is very important for radio stations to broadcast local music and it is not always easy to convince them to do so,” he said. she declared.

The unpredictable nature of the pandemic means a lot of work is wasted, especially for its artists who work internationally, Doucet said.

“We have musicians going to Louisiana, Belgium, France, Switzerland in March and April, but we don’t know if that’s going to happen,” she said.

“With all the cancellations, it’s hard to launch new projects because they have to rebook shows that have been canceled. “

She said she and the artists she works with have tried to find alternative sources of income, like online music camps and music lessons, but there’s not much they can do.

Entertainment venues reduce capacity

On Saturday, the province’s new interim measures to slow the spread of the Omicron variant came into effect.

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Gregg Corrigan, co-owner of Happy Craft Brewing in downtown Moncton, regularly books concerts by musicians.

He said many artists contacted him directly “in part because there were fewer venues than there were.”

He is able to provide the necessary distancing by playing numbers in the brasserie section of the building, away from the seating area, and he said he is determined to provide live music for as long as he can.

“If we’re allowed (when the restrictions tighten), we’ll continue to use one man shows,” Corrigan said. “Of course, it won’t be a source of money for us, but that’s okay.”

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“I can tell a story, and the moral of that story can be your product or service”: Aiyyoshraddha https://puroveinte.com/i-can-tell-a-story-and-the-moral-of-that-story-can-be-your-product-or-service-aiyyoshraddha/ Wed, 01 Dec 2021 10:34:00 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/i-can-tell-a-story-and-the-moral-of-that-story-can-be-your-product-or-service-aiyyoshraddha/ Shraddha Jain spent nine years as a radio jockey, then worked for some time in the television industry where she learned how to sell an idea in 20 seconds. Jain, who is known on the Internet as aiyyoshraddha, does not have a category tag. She is not an actress. Nor is she a beauty / […]]]>


Shraddha Jain spent nine years as a radio jockey, then worked for some time in the television industry where she learned how to sell an idea in 20 seconds. Jain, who is known on the Internet as aiyyoshraddha, does not have a category tag. She is not an actress. Nor is she a beauty / travel / lifestyle / culture vlogger. But she manages to do a bit of everything and in many languages, playing many characters. Jain calls herself a storyteller. Her videos travel from Pune to Paris via Whatsapp and brands swear by her. In an exclusive conversation with Storyboard18, Jain talks about aiyyoshraddha and his creations, influencer marketing, storytelling, brand partnerships, its creator’s hack and more.

Edited excerpts.

Every brand is now focusing on influencer marketing. Do you think influencers like you who create content for brands perform better than famous ambassadors from Bollywood or sports, for example, these days?

I will say that we work better in certain situations. We are not always the best option. We are an option that did not exist until now. If you don’t have the budget for a superstar to endorse your product, you will need to make a commercial without any celebs. But even to make this commercial, the production money is huge. Then you need the money to distribute it everywhere. But now there is that person who will not only bring the creative idea to you, but also draw, edit, and deliver the complete creation to you. The person also has a number of people who may like your product in the part of the world where you market that product. That’s why it’s a great option now.

But we still need celebrities to sell your diamonds, perfumes and pan masala. Influencers aren’t cool enough for pan masala yet, right? You need celebrity power for that sort of thing.

We bring a whole new option for brands. For certain categories like electronics, fashion or cosmetics, I much prefer to listen to someone who has acquired great credibility in this field. Someone with tech expertise will convince me to buy a phone more than just seeing Aamir Khan with that phone. But if it’s a chappal that nobody reviews, I would buy it only and only because Salman Khan is wearing it.

So it is also category specific.

As for me, I do not see myself as an expert in the field but as a storyteller. What I can do is tell a story, and the moral of that story can be your product or your service.

You have worked with a multitude of major brands ranging from real estate to FMCGs to BFSI. Tell us the secret to creating varied content?

I started to do variety in the content long before the marks came to me and that was mainly because I got bored so easily. So I can’t do the same thing over and over again. So I created a Mrs. Kulkarni, a Bulbul Vidyamandir, a Rina Dalal and family arrangements. It was long before brands contacted me for paid partnerships. I had created this format for myself because I didn’t want to do the same thing again. I made sure that two characters do not appear consecutively in my feed. Eventually what happened was I had all of these formats that somehow appealed to different categories of brands.

For example, real estate didn’t really know how to pick an influencer, but then there was Rina Dalal and they said “arre yeh toh bohot sahi hain“(This is perfect for us). I was probably one of the first people to create content for real estate and it happened because I created Rina Dalal, not with paid real estate partnerships. ‘mind. I was very excited about the idea – if Sima Taparia was a real estate agent and not a matchmaker how would that be? I went ahead and did that and the real estate brands were so excited that I started getting paid partnerships for it. (Sima Taparia is a TV personality and matchmaker who starred in Netflix’s popular Indian Matchmaking reality series.)

Tell us about your favorite brand categories: the ones you like to create content on?

I love working with the kind of brand category where the product is more massive. Ideas come faster for this kind of brand. But then, a very niche brand poses a whole new challenge.

More than a category, I have favorite people with whom I prefer to work. The success of a collaboration depends on good communication. So if the client knows why he came to see me and he knows why he chose me and what he wants, I think the job is so much more enjoyable.

But sometimes they don’t know why they chose me. They chose me just because a certain video went viral and they don’t know exactly how to use me. Then there is a lot of back and forth and eventually you lose your mojo.

What part of the script is dictated by the client (if any)? How much control do you have over the script?

It is not dictated at all in fact. The best kind of partnership is when the brand comes to tell me what they are, who they are not, what they do and what they want me to say. Then they kind of let me meditate on it. It gives me a great playing field. I think about who I could use – Ms. Kulkarni or the family scene or something new. Then I present my options to the brand. That’s when brands give the go-ahead, which they usually do, because I usually manage to find the right place and that’s how I create content. It does not take more than two meetings to decide on the content. One is the brief meeting, and then there is the concept discussion meeting. That’s all it takes.

What do you think is the best type of brand collaboration? And what’s the worst you’ve had to face?

You need to know why you came to see me and be 100% honest with me. Full disclosure, full clarity and trust are very important for a successful collaboration. Also, when you come to see me, you should know what my audience likes. If you don’t know my audience, you will have bad expectations from me. I’m not good at changing 50 clothes in 30 seconds with trendy background music. Also important are brands that trust your intuition and trust your experience in creating content.

Some brands know the secret of a good designer so well that they still prefer not to overdo it with branding. But there are brands that would like their brand name to be mentioned multiple times in the video. I constantly ask them to trust the intelligence of the spectator and not to associate with him.

Having fun while creating content is very important. It shows in your work and also works best for brands.

Popular influencers usually have a fixed style and are expected to stick with that style. How do you feel about this? Do you sometimes feel trapped in the image of aiyyoshraddha on social media?

I also have the power to free myself from it. For example, no one expected Rina Dalal to come out of me. The only thing stopping me is me. If I don’t have a great idea, I don’t want to be a rebel for the fun of it. I need to be convinced of the character I’m playing in my creative work and I need to be able to do it. Don’t just create a Punjabi aunt character if you can’t pull off a Punjabi aunt accent.

Don’t blog travel if you don’t have the stamina. But tomorrow, if I feel like I can actually make cooking videos that are awesome, and if I can consistently support and release a fun cooking video every week, the next thing you know is that I probably approve of it. ‘cooking oil.

What do you think of the recent guidelines introduced by ASCI for influencer marketing?

If you say it’s an ad and people are still watching and enjoying it, that says a lot about your creative abilities. It thrills me when people appreciate my paid partnerships. If you looked at my 30 second creation, laughed and enjoyed it, and in the comments you tell me it was so smart, I guess there is nothing wrong with it. In fact, this is the reason why brands should come to you. If you are deactivatable, why should a mark come to you?

Tell us about aiyyoshraddha and his journey outside the Instagram grid?

A lot of the good stuff in my Instagram work is due to my radio training. In radio, your real estate is only audio, there is no video. So I was trained to communicate an idea in 15-25 seconds using audio only. So training in content structure, economy of words, connecting with people, tone of your voice, smiling voice that people can’t see, that’s all on radio.

So when I got the visual aid in my hand, I went a little crazy.

And I also worked on television. Often times when I see content on Instagram I notice how laborious the script was, but the editing was choppy. So my editing is strong because of my television career.

My past television and radio experiences have helped me a lot to get to where I am. Like many SNP rules on TV and radio, still influence me. For example, how to get a message across without talking about sex, politics or religion. Inform and entertain without bad words or even politics and religion. I have followed these guidelines in my career before this and it helps me a lot to this day.

I don’t like to follow stats and I don’t trust ideas like one should follow trends or put up a video every week to keep the analytics correct etc. My creator’s hack is not to do what’s trending. The effort it takes to make this trending video is no less than what it takes to come up with something original. Also, I’m in no rush to put up content. Nobody expects him. It is important for me to only stream content when I think ‘isko dekh ke maza ayega‘.


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Another video shows Lauren Boebert suggesting Ilhan Omar was a terrorist https://puroveinte.com/another-video-shows-lauren-boebert-suggesting-ilhan-omar-was-a-terrorist/ Tue, 30 Nov 2021 18:26:00 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/another-video-shows-lauren-boebert-suggesting-ilhan-omar-was-a-terrorist/ In those same remarks, she said she felt safe around Omar because the Democrat was not wearing a backpack while they were together in an elevator. This is another case in which Boebert suggested that Omar, who is Muslim and wears a hijab, was a terrorist. On Monday, the two lawmakers sent dueling statements over […]]]>


In those same remarks, she said she felt safe around Omar because the Democrat was not wearing a backpack while they were together in an elevator.

This is another case in which Boebert suggested that Omar, who is Muslim and wears a hijab, was a terrorist. On Monday, the two lawmakers sent dueling statements over a phone call between the couple arranged by Boebert after she apologized last week to “anyone in the Muslim community that I have offended” , when similar comments surfaced on social media.
Video of Boebert’s anti-Muslim comments, made in New York at a Conservative Party dinner on Staten Island in September, were posted on Facebook which months by a candidate candidate for the presidency of the borough.

“One of my employees, on his first day with me, got on an elevator in the Capitol. And in that elevator we were joined by Ilhan Omar,” Boebert told the crowd in September. “It was just the three of us in there and I looked and I said, well, look there, it’s the Jihad Squad.

“She doesn’t have a backpack, she wasn’t dropping it or running, so it’s fine,” adds Boebert, to the laughter and applause of the crowd that briefly makes his remarks somewhat inaudible.

Additionally, during the September event, Boebert also disparaged Democratic Representative Rashida Tlaib of Minnesota, another Muslim member of Congress.

“Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib. They are just evil black-hearted women,” Boebert said.

Boebert’s remarks were also posted on Twitter in September by Mike DeCillis, a Democratic candidate for Congress in New York. They received little attention apart from a local press article, who noted that she called her “the jihad squad” and a “dark hearted” woman.

On Monday, Boebert and Omar spoke on the phone, according to statements from the two lawmakers.

“I have reflected on my previous remarks, now as a strong Christian woman who values ​​faith deeply, I never want anything I say to offend anyone’s religion,” Boebert said in a video posted on Instagram. Boebert said Omar asked her to apologize publicly, which she would not do, and instead challenged Omar to apologize for some of the comments she has made in the past.

In his statement, Omar said Boebert refused to apologize to her.

“Instead of apologizing for her Islamophobic comments and fabricated lies, Representative Boebert refused to publicly acknowledge her hurtful and dangerous comments,” she said. “Instead, she doubled down on her rhetoric and I decided to end the unproductive call.”

A spokesperson for Omar called the elevator story “made.”

In his statement blowing up Boebert on Monday, Omar said Boebert had “a clear pattern for Islamophobic hate speech,” and quoted local press from the September event and the comments where Boebert called Omar “a full-time Hamas propagandist” and she said Omar was an “honorary member of Hamas” and that we have “terrorist sympathizers” in Congress.

Omar blasted Boebert’s comments in September on Monday in a message to CNN’s KFile.

“It’s only getting worse,” Omar told CNN. “It’s out of order, and she continues to be emboldened by her party. It’s their mark and it’s dangerous.”

November comments

Similar comments surfaced last week on social media when the PatriotTakes Twitter account, a left-wing group that studies right-wing extremism and is associated with liberal PAC MeidasTouch posted a video of Boebert at an event in the Colorado November 20.
In the video deleted since posted on Facebook From an event that day, Boebert hinted that Omar had been mistaken for a terrorist in a Capitol Hill elevator.

“So the other night on the floor of the House was not my first jihad squad moment,” Boebert told a crowd. “I was going up in an elevator with one of my employees and he and I were leaving the Capitol, we go back to my office and we go up in the elevator and I see a Capitol police officer rushing towards the elevator. see He’s worried all over his face. And he holds out his hand. The door closes. I can’t open it. “

“What’s going on? I look to my left and here she is, Ilhan Omar, and I said, ‘Well she doesn’t have a backpack, that should be fine,'” Boebert continued. .

Last week, Boebert apologized to anyone offended in the Muslim community.

“I apologize to all members of the Muslim community that I have offended with my comment on Rep Omar”, Boebert said in a statement posted on Twitter. “I contacted her office to speak to her directly. There are a lot of political differences to focus on without this unnecessary distraction,” she said.

Omar said “the whole story” was made up and condemned Boebert for his comments.

“In fact, this buffoon looks down when she sees me at the Capitol, this whole story is made up. Sad, she thinks that sectarianism has its influence”, Omar tweeted Thursday. “Anti-Muslim bigotry is no fun and should not be normalized. Congress cannot be a place where hateful and dangerous Muslim tropes are not condemned.”

Omar on Friday called on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Parliamentary Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy to take action against Boebert.

“The normalization of this sectarianism puts not only my life but that of all Muslims”, Omar said in another tweet. “Anti-Muslim sectarianism has no place in Congress.”

Democratic leaders said Boebert should withdraw his comments altogether, noting in a statement that “the congressman’s language and demeanor fall well short of the standards of integrity, dignity and decency with which the Constitution and our voters demand that we act in the House “.

McCarthy said he spoke to Boebert on Friday following her comments and encouraged her to meet with Omar.

“She apologized for what she said and contacted Congresswoman Omar for a meeting next week,” McCarthy said in a statement. “I spoke with Chief Hoyer today to help facilitate this meeting so that Congress can start talking to each other again and working on the challenges facing the American people.”

McCarthy’s office did not respond to a request for comment on Boebert’s comments in September. Pelosi’s office highlighted their statement over the weekend. Boebert and his staff did not respond to multiple requests for comment.



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“Heartbroken”: SIUC student among dead at Houston Music Festival | Illinois https://puroveinte.com/heartbroken-siuc-student-among-dead-at-houston-music-festival-illinois/ https://puroveinte.com/heartbroken-siuc-student-among-dead-at-houston-music-festival-illinois/#respond Tue, 09 Nov 2021 05:30:00 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/heartbroken-siuc-student-among-dead-at-houston-music-festival-illinois/ Instead, a bereavement counselor sat at the front of the room, helping the class mourn the 20-year-old journalism graduate after his death. Jurinek and his friend Franco Patino, 21, were among eight people killed on Friday during Travis Scott’s performance at the Astroworld Music Festival in Houston, Texas. Naperville’s best friends attended the concert together. […]]]>


Instead, a bereavement counselor sat at the front of the room, helping the class mourn the 20-year-old journalism graduate after his death.

Jurinek and his friend Franco Patino, 21, were among eight people killed on Friday during Travis Scott’s performance at the Astroworld Music Festival in Houston, Texas. Naperville’s best friends attended the concert together.

Almost 50,000 people invaded the stage during the show, an overwhelming security. The victims were between 14 and 27 years old.

On Monday, Lescelius and others remembered Jurinek.

“There are students who come through any program and then there are students who have a real impact; Jacob was one of them, ”said Lescelius, professor at the SIU School of Journalism. “He loved graphics and found his place. He was trying to figure out how to make his passion the work of his life.

A vigil was scheduled for Monday evening in Carbondale.

“We are heartbroken to lose a member of the Saluki family, Jacob Jurinek, and we extend our deepest condolences to his family and friends,” SIU Chancellor Austin A. Lane said in a statement. “Jacob was a creative and intelligent young man with a promising career in journalism and advertising.”

Jurinek designed posters and social media banners for SIU athletics, according to one of his Instagram posts in March.

Jurinek and Patino were high school football teammates.

Jurinek’s mother Alison died in 2011, according to a statement released Monday by the Jurinek family. His death brought Jurinek and his father, Ron Jurinek even closer.

“For the decade that followed, Jake and Ron were inseparable – attending White Sox and Blackhawks games, sharing their love of pro wrestling, and spending weekends with extended family and friends in the place. Jake’s favorite, the family cottage in southwest Michigan, “the statement said. .


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