Untitled Document ::: triple A Format :::


7.25-26
Adam Topol
"The Captain" (Everloving)
Angela McCluskey "You and Me" (Independent)
Dinosaur Jr. "Tiny" (Jagjaguwar)
Eric Krasno "On The Rise" (Evil Teen) Click Hear for audio sample of EricKrasno-OnTheRise
Essence "1000 Places" (Independent)
Get Right Band Who's In Charge (Independent)
Jamie Lidell "Walk Right Back:" (Independent)
Joan Baez 75th Birthday Celebration (Razor & Tie)
John Thayer "Face To Face" (Independent)
K-Syran Smoke In My Veins (Independent)
Lydia Loveless  "Longer" (Bloodshot)
Local Natives "Fountain of Youth" (Loma Vista/CMG) Click Hear for audio sample of LocalNatives-FountainOfYouth
Marian Hill Act One (Republic)
Miraculous Mule "Sound Of The Summer" (Bronze Rat/Redeye)
Miranda Lee Richards Echoes Of The Dreamtime (Independent)
Pete Yorn "I'm Not The One" (Capitol) Click Hear for audio sample of PeteYorn-ImNotTheOne
Rafferty "Apple Pie" (Independent)
Roosevelt "Fever" (City Slang)
Ryan Sheridan "I'm Alive" (Independent/ADA)
Soul Explosives "Trying To Get Down" (Independent)
Whitney Road "Wrapped & Tied" (Independent)


Boulder: Three Weeks and Counting
The FMQB Triple A Conference is only three weeks away, August 10-13 at the St. Julien Hotel & Spa and Fox Theatre in Boulder, CO, and online registration ends even sooner, so register before July 31 to score the $429 price, which is $50 off the walkup rate.

The Conference kicks off on Wednesday, August 10 at 4 PM with the Keynote Interview featuring Nonesuch president Robert Hurwitz, and then you’ll see performances from Young, Amos Lee, Augustines, Band of Horses, Barns Courtney, Blind Pilot, Boo Ray, Brian Fallon, Castro, Cobi, Dan Layus, Declan McKenna, Foy Vance, Graham Nash, Hannah Gill & The Hours, Jamestown Revival, JD & The Straight Shot, Joseph, Lake Street Dive, Maybird, Moon Taxi, Muddy Magnolias, MUNA, My Jerusalem, Norah Jones, Paper Bird, Passenger, Paul Loren, Rachael Sage, Sara Hartman, Sara Watkins, SHEL, The Marcus King Band, The Record Company, The Wind + The Wave, Tom Odell, Warpaint and Wynonna & The Big Noise over the next three days.

In addition, the annual Music Meeting takes place on Friday, August 12 and VuhausMark Abuzzahab is looking for submissions that will still not have been serviced to radio by August 12. Email him at mark@vuhaus.com; digital submissions only, please.

You can register at registration.fmqb.com, with the $429 rate in effect through July 31. There are also just a few rooms left at the St. Julien at special FMQB rates starting at only $229/night, so reserve yours now by calling (720) 406-9696 and mentioning FMQB. Keep checking FMQB.com for all the up-to-date info.


iHeartRadio Opens Its Doors To NPR Stations
iHeartMedia
has announced an agreement with NPR that will allow its Member stations to make their live News Talk programming available via iHeartRadio, iHeartMedia's free all-in-one digital music and live streaming radio service.

In support of the public radio mission, all stations that join iHeartRadio will also have access to fifty percent of their individual iHeartRadio landing page's digital banner inventory to encourage listeners to donate and directly support the station's public programming.

"The addition of NPR's Member stations helps to create even more signature audio content for iHeartRadio listeners," said Darren Davis, President of iHeartRadio & iHeartMedia Networks. "By joining forces, it is the perfect way for public radio stations to reach listeners on new platforms and to provide iHeartRadio users with additional high-quality News Talk programming wherever they are."

"As part of our commitment to meeting audiences wherever they may be, this agreement provides another option for audiences to find public radio on their preferred listening platforms," said Stephanie Miller, Managing Director of NPR Digital Services.

"iHeartRadio has been a valuable partner in helping us deliver and promote the content audiences most want, from The Current's Prince music marathon, to our kids' stream Rock the Cradle to Garrison Keillor's final broadcast as host of A Prairie Home Companion," said Diana Flotten, Director, Digital Partnerships and Business Development at American Public Media.


Beyoncé, Adele Earn Emmy Nominations
Beyoncé and Adele are among the nominees announced this morning for the 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. Adele's concert special Live In New York City was nominated for five Emmys: Outstanding Variety Special, Outstanding Directing, Outstanding Hairstyling, Outstanding Lighting Design/Direction and Outstanding Technical Direction. Beyoncé’s Lemonade short film, which debuted on HBO, earned four nominations: Outstanding Variety Special, Outstanding Directing, Outstanding Production Design and Outstanding Picture Editing.

The Netflix documentary on Nina Simone, What Happened, Miss Simone?, was nominated for six Emmys as well. Other notable nominees from the music world include Lady Gaga’s song “Til It Happens To You” from the documentary The Hunting Ground and the Saturday Night Live episode from last season hosted by Ariana Grande.

Updated: 7/20/16
1)

Pete Yorn
ArrangingTime
Capitol
10

2t)

Jeff Beck
Loud Hailer
Atco/Rhino
8

2t)

Wilco
Schmilco
Anti-
8

4t)

Ryley Walker
Golden Sings That Have Been Sung
Dead Oceans
7

4t)

Shovels & Rope
Little Seeds
New West
7

4t)

Passenger
Young As The Morming, Old As the Sea
Nettwerk
7

Updated: 7/20/16
1)

Avett Brothers
True Sadness
American/Republic

2)

Case-Lang-Veirs
Case-Lang-Veirs
Anti-

3)

Paul Simon
Stranger To Stranger
Concord/CMG

4)

Head and the Heart
Signs Of Light
Warner Bros.

5)

Radiohead
A Moon Shaped Pool
XL

6)

Band Of Horses
Why Are You OK
Interscope

7)

Lumineers
Cleopatra
Dualtone

8)

Beck
Single Only-Beck
Capitol

9)

Michael Kiwanuka
Love & Hate
Interscope

10)

Margaret Glaspy
Emotions and Math
ATO

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SVP/Programming
SummitMedia

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