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CMT Memories Brooks & Dunn ‘Brand New Man’ Goes Quadruple Platinum Nov 29 ‘1994
Nov. 29, 1994, was a day of celebration for Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn. A day of celebration twenty-eight years ago today their debut album, “Brand New Man” was certified quadruple platinum. This event confirmed sales in excess of 4 million units. In addition, the sophomore record record, Hard Workin’ Man earned triple-platinum status. The first four singles from Brand New Man containing title track from the album rocketed straight to No. 1. “She Used to Be Mine” and “That Ain’t No Way to Go,” topped spots on the charts. Record sales marked the industry with amazement.
BBCNOW/Jeannin testimonial– exultant Ravel as well as elegant Stravinsky
Hoddinott Hall, Cardiff
Making her debut with the National Orchestra and Chorus of Wales, Swedish conductor Sofi Jeannin controlled their massive sonorities with quiet authority
Sofi Jeannin is best known in the UK as chief conductor of the BBC Singers. Here she made her debut with the BBC National Orchestra and Chorus of Wales in an unusual programme of music in France of the early 20th century. It created a richly resonant picture.
Ravel probably didn’t intend his 1905 cantata L’Aurore to see the light of day: too painful a reminder of his failure to win the Prix de Rome that year. Some beautiful moments pointing to the master-orchestrator and colourist he would become suggest he may indeed have been robbed. Tenor soloist Roland George’s voice emerged strongly from within the ranks of the chorus, whose acclamation of the risen sun rose to an exultant climax.
Most Recent Launch by Indie-Rock band Viruette the solitary ‘Call Me Annabel’
American/English indie-rock band Viruette from Boston MA releases the single ‘Call Me Annabel’. The 3-piece American/English indie-rock back have returned and stranding together transatlantic influences to create off-kilter, brilliant melodic style, with occasional brash indie songs. Viruette is a tight band with rich vocals and arrangement. The narrative lyric style sets them apart. ‘Call Me Annabel’ is cynical.
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