Polskie Radio Wiedeń Idea Radia. Internetowe radio, które poruszać będzie tematy związane z życiem i działalnością Polonii na terenie Wiednia i Austrii. Pewnie sam przypadek sprawił, że kilka lat temu tu na wiedeńskiej ziemi spotkało się kilkoro młodych ludzi zafascynowanych dziennikarstwem i mediami. każdy z nas już wcześniej zdobył doświadczenie w takich dziedzinach jak: Film, Fotografia, Prasa i Radio. Przez ostatnie kilka lat wspieraliśmy swoimi pomysłami i doświadczeniem różneinstytucje i inicjatywy medialne na terenie Austrii. Nadszedł wreszcie czas by spróbować własnych sił i stworzyć coś co będzie po pierwsze sprawiać radość a po drugie będzie dokumentować naszą historie tu na tej austriackiej ziemi. I tu można by zacytować ks. Twardowskiego "spieszmy się kochać ludzi bo tak szybko odchodzą". Ale jak wiele interesujących wydarzeń już do tej pory umknęło naszej uwadze, jak wiele sytuacji przeminęło bezpowrotnie. Dlatego właśnie powstała idea Radia. Radia Internetowego, które to starało się będzie docierać do wydarzeń zwiazanych z Polonią we Wiedniu. Nie zawsze to muszą być wydarzenia radosne, przyjemne. Być może czasem będziemy tam, gdzie emocje, niezgoda oraz niezrozumienie brało będzie górę nad spokojem i zrównoważeniem. Ale zasada dziennikarstwa jest informować, pokazywać, towarzyszyć. I to będzie nasza dewiza. Chcemy być z wami drodzy rodacy w każdym czasie. http://www.viennaplus.at
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Country Music Hall Of Fame Inducts Dean Dillon, Marty Stuart And Hank Williams Jr. – The Judds & Ray Charles to be Inducted Next Year
countrymusicnewsblog.com Thursday, 25 November 2021 00:21:54
After a COVID-related pause, the COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME began to get caught up last night (11/21) with a gala ceremony inducting its class of 2020, songwriter DEAN DILLON and artist/writers MARTY STUART and HANK WILLIAMS JR. The ceremony, held at the CMA THEATER inside the COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM, was highlighted by little moments, two of them involving 1997 inductee BRENDA LEE. After rising star BRITTNEY SPENCER brought the house down with her tribute to DILLON, performing his song, “TENNESSEE Whiskey,” LEE shouted out from the audience in appreciate of SPENCER, “Let’s all go home. I give up. I quit.” Later, inductee WILLIAMS drew laughs when he dropped to his knees onstage so that the diminutive LEE could place the HALL OF FAME medallion around his neck. The inductees were honored with surprise performances from several superstars, with KENNY CHESNEY and GEORGE STRAIT separately paying tribute to DILLON, and ERIC CHURCH and ALAN JACKSON each honoring WILLIAMS. Additionally, SHOOTER JENNINGS performed as part of the WILLIAMS tribute, while EMMYLOU HARRIS and CHARLIE WORSHAM joined forces in tribute to STUART, who was also honored in song by ASHLEY McBRYDE. The third performer honoring STUART was TUNICA, MS Pastor EVELYN HUBBARD, a family friend. All of the performers sang songs written by or made famous by the night’s honorees. In addition to LEE, who presented WILLIAMS with his medallion, STRAIT did the honors for DILLON, and STUART received his medallion from his wife and fellow HALL OF FAME member CONNIE SMITH. The ceremony was hosted by COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME CEO KYLE YOUNG. The HALL OF FAME’s class of 2021, members-elect EDDIE BAYERS, RAY CHARLES, PETE DRAKE and THE JUDDS, will be inducted next year.
Carly Pearce Leads Nominees For New, Fan-Voted Country Now Awards
countrymusicnewsblog.com Thursday, 25 November 2021 00:16:37
countrymusicnewsblog.com Thursday, 25 November 2021 00:03:44
The 12th annual “CMA Country Christmas” special airs Monday, Nov. 29 at 8/7c on ABC – just in time to get into the yuletide spirit! The show blends holiday classics with several original songs performed in an intimate at-home setting that invites viewers to sit back, get cozy and celebrate the joys of the Christmas season. Don’t miss show-stopping performances from first-time hosts Gabby Barrett (“Silent Night”) and Carly Pearce (“O Holy Night”) who join forces on a special collaboration of “Sleigh Ride” that will also feature two student musicians, supporting CMA’s longstanding commitment to support equity in music education. Truman Eltringham, 17, a student from Nashville School of the Arts, and Carter Hammonds, an 8-year-old student at FH Jenkins Preparatory School, join Barrett and Pearce for an unforgettable performance viewers won’t want to miss. Other must-see numbers include Jimmie Allen with Louis York and The Shindellas (“What Does Christmas Mean”), BRELAND (“The Christmas Song”), Brett Eldredge (Merry Christmas Baby”), Lady A (“Christmas Through Your Eyes”), Pistol Annies (“Snow Globe”), Carrie Underwood (“Mary, Did You Know?”) and Lainey Wilson (“Christmas Cookies”). “CMA Country Christmas” is a production of the Country Music Association. Robert Deaton is the Executive Producer and Writer. Paul Miller is the Director. CMA partnered with Balsam Hill, stunningly realistic Christmas trees and beautifully-designed holiday décor, to decorate the “CMA Country Christmas” stage again this year.
2022 Grammy Nominees Complete List
countrymusicnewsblog.com Wednesday, 24 November 2021 04:30:50
2022 GRAMMYs Awards Complete Nominations List - The 2022 GRAMMYs Awards show, officially known as the 64th GRAMMY Awards, is just around the corner. Today, the Recording Academy announced the nominations for each of the 86 categories Continue reading 2022 Grammy Nominees Complete List→
Jimmie Allen Nominated for BEST NEW ARTIST at 64th GRAMMY Awards
countrymusicnewsblog.com Wednesday, 24 November 2021 04:11:12
Jillian Cardarelli Releases Official Video for “Dropped”
countrymusicnewsblog.com Wednesday, 24 November 2021 00:25:45
Country Artist / Songwriter Jillian Cardarelli releases the Official Music Video for her new single “Dropped,” available now on YouTube and all streaming platforms. The music video, produced by Dusty Dale Barker with VAYLL, will also begin airing on CMT Music (CMT’s 24-hour music channel) the week of 11/29. The single was written by Kassi Ashton, Johnny Dibb and Emily Landis and produced by award-winning female producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Alex Kline. The sultry video highlights lyrics such as “Like a bad habit, baby, I dropped you,” as Cardarelli walks through the character’s home dropping precious items. “This was such a fun video to make,” said Cardarelli. “When you get to take on the lyrics of a song and act them out, it’s just pure fun.” Cardarelli goes on to describes the new single as a fun, sassy take on knowing when to “leave well enough alone” when a relationship is over. Cardarelli says the song exudes confidence, both melodically and lyrically. This is Cardarelli’s follow up to her popular single “If You Had a Heart” that was released earlier this year – all part of her much anticipated debut EP that is scheduled to release in the Spring 2022. “Dropped” is available now on Spotify, Pandora, Apple Music and anywhere you stream music. The Official Music Video for “Dropped” is available on her YouTube Channel and on CMT Music (CMT’s 24-hour music channel) the week of 11/29. For more information, visit her website at www.JillianCardarelli.com.
Carrie Underwood Wins 16th and 17th American Music Awards
countrymusicnewsblog.com Tuesday, 23 November 2021 23:26:42
countrymusicnewsblog.com Thursday, 18 November 2021 23:57:34
Just in time for the holidays, the Country Music Association has revealed performers for its 12th annual holiday special, “CMA Country Christmas.” First-time hosts, Gabby Barrett and Carly Pearce, will be joined by Jimmie Allen with Louis York & The Shindellas, BRELAND, Brett Eldredge, Lady A, Pistol Annies, Carrie Underwood and Lainey Wilson for an intimate evening of holiday classics. “CMA Country Christmas” airs Monday, Nov. 29 (8:00-9:00 PM/ET) on ABC. For a sneak peek, watch the promo clip HERE. “CMA Country Christmas” brings the holidays home again, inviting viewers to sit back and enjoy the season in a warm and intimate home setting reminiscent of classic Christmas television specials of the past. Coming together for a night of festive performances and cozy holiday moments, “CMA Country Christmas” is sure to celebrate the magic of the Christmas season. “CMA Country Christmas” will also feature two student musicians, supporting CMA’s longstanding commitment to support equity in music education. A student at Nashville School of the Arts, Truman Eltringham, 17, and Carter Hammonds, an 8-year-old student at FH Jenkins Preparatory School, joined hosts Barrett and Pearce for an unforgettable performance you won’t want to miss. “CMA Country Christmas” is a production of the Country Music Association. Robert Deaton is the Executive Producer and Writer. Paul Miller is the Director. CMA partnered with Balsam Hill, stunningly realistic Christmas trees and beautifully-designed holiday décor, to decorate the “CMA Country Christmas” stage again this year. About “CMA Country Christmas” Starting in 2010, “CMA Country Christmas” rings in the holiday season annually with a show full of festive classics and one-of-a-kind musical performances. The event is filmed in Nashville and airs each holiday season on ABC. ABC is the network home to the CMA Awards and CMA’s summer concert TV special “CMA Fest.”