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SyndicatedNews.NET offers regular music and some new music as well. Take a listen! Music Review.

missp_200 MISSING PIECES 5:00 AM EST and again at 5:00 PM EST – Twice a day – Every Day – 7 Days a week! Todd Matthews hosts this drive-time special. Discussions cover topics such as missing persons, homicide, serial killers, urban trends, country killers, road side murders – everything! This show covers everything from day-to-day missing persons as well as celebrity incidents.
BORELLO BREAKFAST HOUR 6:00 TO 7:00 AM & PM DAILY! Twice a day – Every Day – 7 Days a week!  The travel industry is Sandra’s passion, and she takes pride in seeing her service and knowledge of the destinations earn praises from her customers, tourism bureaus, as well as leading service providers in the industry and media. Borello Travel Agency’s journeys are recommended by SyndicatedNews.NET
 Chuckaroo_Logo CALLING ALL COWBOYS 7:00 to 8:00 AM EST – 7 Days a week!  Jim Burson “Chuckaroo The Buckaroo” delivers the vast, epic Western landscape right to your door. His show, Calling All Cowboys, presents the songs, stories and poems of workin’ cowpokes and historical characters plus some fanciful ones too! You’ll enjoy yodelin’ trail songs, cowboy poetry, western movie soundtracks, Rock N’ Rowel, and western swing. Saddle up with Chuckaroo and ride with him over Music Mountain each week on his quest to share the very Best of the West!”
FICHER_PHOTO_200 GOLDEN OLDIES 8:00 to 10:00 AM EST and again at Midnight to 2:00 AM EST – Twice a day – Every Day – 7 Days a week! Mike Ficher hosts “The Ultimate Oldies Show”. Here at SyndicatedNews we play it twice a day – every day. The thematic two-hour show offers music, artists, producers, musicians and cultural touchstones of the late 1940’s through the early 1970’s. Stories, anecdotes, chart information, interview clips and trivia complement the recognized, the long forgotten and the never heard rock’n’soul songs of that memorable period.
AMERICANA_200 THE AMERICANA MUSIC SHOW 10:00 to 11:00 AM & PM – Twice a day – Every Day – 7 Days a week! John McEuen is a founding member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band in the summer of 1966, after 21 years he began to broaden his artistic pursuits. Multi-instrumentalist McEuen ventured into varied musical genres, taking his music and other talents to different formats including television specials, film scoring, unusual award winning CDs and concert production while keeping up an active schedule
LATIN_HOUR_200 THE LATIN HOUR 2:00 TO 3:00 PM – DAILY! Every Day – 7 Days a week!  And ’round the clock when you least expect it. Latin Music encompasses everything you can think of from Spanish music from Spain to Argentinean music from the tip of the Patagonia to music from the Caribbean and all of Central and South America. Music changes all the time and we’re glad of it!
THE BORELLO PIANO DINNER HOUR 6:00 TO 7:00 PM – DAILY! Every Day – 7 Days a week! The travel industry is Sandra’s passion, and she takes pride in seeing her service and knowledge of the destinations earn praises from her customers, tourism bureaus, as well as leading service providers in the industry and media. Borello Travel Agency’s journeys are recommended by SyndicatedNews.NET
THE JUNE HOUR 7:00 to 8:00 PM – DAILY! Every Day – 7 Days a week! Music from Newfoundland, Canada songs and history. There are very strong connections between Newfoundland folk music and Irish music, however elements of English folk music and French-Canadian and Acadian music can be heard within the style. A very traditional strain of Irish music exists in Newfoundland, especially in the primarily Irish-Catholic communities along the southern shore.
LISA DAVIS – COOOL KAT 8:00 to 9:00 PM – DAILY!   Every Evening – 7 Days a week! Lisa Davis, our “Hostess With The Mostest,” navigates your way through our hour-long daily show! Coool CAT© features “new” songs from “classic” Soul/R&B/Blues/Smooth Jazz bands and performers. You’ll hear: Stevie Wonder, Earth, Wind & Fire, Aretha Franklin, B.B. King, Prince, The Temptations, Tower of Power, Dave Koz, Diana Ross, Average White Band, Fourplay, The O’Jays, Sade, Prince, Michael McDonald, Eric Clapton, Toots and the Maytalls, Labelle and dozens more!
NASHVILLE CAT SHOW 9:00 to 10:00 PM – DAILY! Every Evening – 7 Days a week! Nashville CAT©  Hosted by national recording artist, Billy Craig, this show features the best “new” music from your favorite “classic” country bands and performers – with a touch of Americana and a dash of Bluegrass and other Country sub-genres!  “After searching for three years, BILLY was the one we picked to help us launch NASHVILLE CAT,” said CLASSIC ARTISTS TODAY, LLC founder RAY WHITE. “His stage and radio personality and knowledge of Country music made him stand out among the candidates we were considering.”
classic200FICHER_PHOTO_200 CLASSIC ARTISTS TODAY 11:00 to 12:00 MidNite – DAILY! Every Evening – 7 Days a week!  This dynamic entrepreneur is a leader in a niche of the music industry, featuring “new” happenings and songs from “classic” Rock/Pop/Soul/R&B/Blues/Smooth Jazz bands and performers. Ray has interviewed over 150 artists for his syndicated radio show and developed unique show. A wonderful array of memory lane rock and roll.
REPEATS here at 12:00 MidNight to 2:00 AM EST Daily.


Whirlwind American tours and performances across the globe have earned pianist Alpin Hong the reputation as a modern day Pied Piper. His combination of stunning technique, emotional range, and rare humor continues to bring audiences young and old to their feet.

The New York Times lauded his “crystalline energy…clear and persuasive ideas…and remarkable breadth of coloration” and called him “a pianistic firebrand” in a review of his standing-room only New York recital debut at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall. Other critics have raved about Mr. Hong’s performances: “Hong’s warmth, charm and seemingly boundless energy were contagious, and he brought those qualities in abundance to his performance of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3, Op. 37 in C minor with the Mobile Symphony Orchestra,” praised the Mobile Press-Register. The Idaho Statesman said, “Hong cut a magnetic physical presence and charmed the audience with engaging, powerful movements that were fun to watch. Throughout the piece he and the orchestra showed a wonderful give and take.”

Rooted in extensive classical training and a background in skateboarding, snowboarding, martial arts, and video games, Mr. Hong is a creative force unmatched in his youthful vivacity and boundless energy. His astonishing ability to connect to people of all ages, experiences, and backgrounds distinguishes him and shapes his evolving performance style. The Ocala Star-Banner called Mr. Hong “Classical for the iPod generation.”

Mr. Hong’s uniquely humorous and visionary approach to arts education has resulted in artistic residencies worldwide. In recognition of the pianist’s gift for communicating his passion for music to audiences of all ages, The McGraw-Hill Companies honored him with the Robert Sherman Award for Music Education and Community Outreach. His tireless pursuit to find, inspire, and collaborate with talents in every community results in unforgettable presentations that both expand worlds and hit close to home.

Mr. Hong completed performances in all fifty states with concerts in Anchorage and Fairbanks, Alaska in 2011. In August, Mr. Hong made his debut at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, performing Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. Later that summer, the audience of Crested Butte, Colorado witnessed Mr. Hong in an unprecedented collaboration with multiple-Grammy-Award-winning bluegrass and folk rock legend John McEuen of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.

His triumphant return to Steamboat Springs’ Strings in the Mountains Festival featured the world premiere of Sonata for Mallets and Piano by Mike Garson with percussionist and composer Simon Boyar, as well as collaborations with festival directors Andrés Cardenes and Monique Mead. Mr. Hong and Mr. Boyar went on to collaborate in a two-week residency in Las Vegas/Henderson, Nevada, during which they shared their gifts with thousands of area students. The grand finale of this residency featured the Las Vegas Youth Orchestra in a Halloween concert titled “Heroes and Villains, Might and Magic”. A lightsaber duel, and the premiere of their composition Heroes and Villains for piano, percussion and orchestra, was a spectacle of light and sound that thrilled the capacity crowd. In December, Mr. Hong performed as a guest artist of the White House as part of the 2011 White House Holiday celebration.

Alpin Hong is a native of Michigan and made his orchestral debut with the Kalamazoo Symphony at the age of ten. He moved to Los Angeles soon after and garnered competition victories at a young age with wins at the 1989 Stravinsky Piano Competition, the 1993 SYMF Competition and the 1994 Los Angeles Spotlight Awards Competition. He was the winner of the Concert Artists Guild Competition in 2001. His teachers include Mark Richman and Emilio del Rosario. He completed his Master’s degree as a student of Jerome Lowenthal at The Juilliard School.



The 56th annual Grammy Awards were held in Los Angeles on Sunday night with performances from Lorde, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Jay Z, Beyonce and more.

Take a look at some of the top winners below:

Record of the year
“Get Lucky” — Daft Punk featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers — WINNER
“Radioactive” — Imagine Dragons
“Royals” — Lorde
“Locked out of Heaven” — Bruno Mars
“Blurred Lines” — Robin Thicke featuring T.I. and Pharrell

Album of the year
“The Blessed Unrest” — Sara Bareilles
“Random Access Memories” — Daft Punk — WINNER
“Good Kid, M.A.A.D City” — Kendrick Lamar
“The Heist” — Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
“Red” — Taylor Swift

Song of the year
“Just Give Me a Reason” — P!nk featuring Nate Ruess
“Locked Out of Heaven” — Bruno Mars
“Roar” — Katy Perry
“Royals” — Lorde — WINNER
“Same Love” — Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

Best new artist
James Blake
Kendrick Lamar
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis — WINNER
Kacey Musgraves
Ed Sheeran

Best pop solo performance
Sara Bareilles — “Brave”
Lorde — “Royals” — WINNER
Bruno Mars — “When I Was Your Man”
Katy Perry — “Roar”
Justin Timberlake — “Mirrors”

Best pop duo/group performance
Daft Punk featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers — “Get Lucky” — WINNER
P!nk featuring Nate Ruess — “Just Give Me a Reason”
Rihanna featuring Mikky Ekko — “Stay”
Robin Thicke featuring T.I. and Pharrell — “Blurred Lines”
Justin Timberlake and Jay Z — “Suit & Tie”

Best pop instrumental album
Herb Alpert — “Steppin’ Out” — WINNER
Boney James — “The Beat”
Earl Klugh — “Handpicked”
Dave Koz, Gerald Albright, Mindi Abair and Richard Elliot — “Summer Horns”
Jeff Lorber Fusion — “Hacienda”

Best pop vocal album
Lana Del Rey — “Paradise”
Lorde — “Pure Heroine”
Bruno Mars — “Unorthodox Jukebox” — WINNER
Robin Thicke — “Blurred Lines”
Justin Timberlake — “The 20/20 Experience — The Complete Experience”

Best dance recording
“Need U (100%)” — Duke Dumont featuring A*M*E & MNEK
“Sweet Nothing” — Calvin Harris featuring Florence Welch
“Atmosphere” — Kaskade
“The is What it Feels Like” — Armin Van Buuren featuring Trevor Guthrie
“Clarity” — Zedd featuring Foxes — WINNER

Best dance/electronica album
“Random Access Memories” — Daft Punk — WINNER
“Settle” — Disclosure
“18 Months” — Calvin Harris
“Atmosphere” — Kaskade
“A Color Map of the Sun” — Pretty Lights

Best traditional pop vocal album
“Viva Duets” — Tony Bennett and various artists
“To Be Loved” — Michael Bublé — WINNER
“The Standards” — Gloria Estefan
“Cee Lo’s Magic Moment” — Cee Lo Green
“Now” — Dionne Warwick

Best rock performance
Alabama Shakes — “Always Alright”
David Bowie — “The Stars (Are Out Tonight)”
Imagine Dragons — “Radioactive” — WINNER
Led Zeppelin — “Kashmir”
Queens of the Stone Age — “My God is the Sun”
Jack White — “I’m Shakin’ “

Best metal performances
Anthrax — “T.N.T.”
Black Sabbath — “God is Dead?” — WINNER
Dream Theater — “The Enemy Inside”
Killswitch Engage — “In Due Time”
Volbeat featuring King Diamond — “Room 24″

Best rock song
“Ain’t Messin’ ‘Round” — Gary Clark Jr.
“Cut Me Some Slack” — Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, Pat Smear — WINNER
“Doom and Gloom” — The Rolling Stones
“God Is Dead?” — Black Sabbath
“Panic Station” — Muse

Best rock album
Black Sabbath — “13″
David Bowie — “The Next Day”
Kings of Leon — “Mechanical Bull”
Led Zeppelin — “Celebration Day” — WINNER
Queens of the Stone Age — “… Like Clockwork”
Neil Young with Crazy Horse — “Psychedelic Pill”

Best alternative music album
Neko Case — “The Worse Things Get, The Harder I Fight, The Harder I Fight, The More I Love You”
The National — “Trouble Will Find Me”
Nine Inch Nails — “Hesitation Marks”
Tame Impala — “Lonerism”
Vampire Weekend — “Modern Vampires of the City” — WINNER

Best R&B performance
Tamar Braxton — “Love and War”
Anthony Hamilton — “Best of Me”
Hiatus Kaiytoe featuring Q-Tip — “Nakamarra”
Miguel featuring Kendrick Lamar — “How Many Drinks?”
Snarky Puppy with Lala Hathaway — “Something” — WINNER

Best traditional R&B performance
Gary Clark Jr. — “Please Come Home” — WINNER
Fantasia — “Get It Right”
Maysa — “Quiet Fire”
Gregory Porter — “Hey Laura”
Ryan Shaw — “Yesterday”

Best R&B song
“Best of Me” — Anthony Hamilton
“Love and War” — Tamar Braxton
“Only One” — PJ Morton featuring Stevie Wonder
“Pusher Love Girl” — Justin Timberlake — WINNER
“Without Me” — Fantasia featuring Kelly Rowland and Missy Elliott

Best urban contemporary album
Tamar Braxton — “Love and War”
Fantasia — “Side Effects of You”
Salaam Remi — “One: In the Chamber”
Rihanna — “Unapologetic” — WINNER
Mack Wilds — “New York: A Love Story”

Best R&B album
Faith Evans — “R&B Divas”
Alicia Keys — “Girl on Fire” — WINNER
John Legend — “Love in the Future”
Chrisette Michele — “Better”
TGT — “Three Kings”

Best rap performance
Drake — “Started From the Bottom”
Eminem — “Berserk”
Jay Z — “Tom Ford”
Kendrick Lamar — “Swimming Pools (Drank)”
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz — “Thrift Shop” — WINNER

Best rap/sung collaboration
J. Cole featuring Miguel — “Power Trip”
Jay Z featuring Beyoncé — “Part II (On the Run)”
Jay Z featuring Justin Timberlake — “Holy Grail” — WINNER
Kendrick Lamar featuring Mary J. Blige — “Now or Never”
Wiz Khalifa featuring the Weeknd — “Remember You”

Best rap song
“F***in’ Problems” — A$AP Rocky featuring Drake, 2 Chainz and Kendrick Lamar
“Holy Grail” — Jay Z featuring Justin Timberlake
“New Slaves” — Kanye West
“Started From the Bottom” — Drake
“Thrift Shop” — Macklemore & Ryan Lewis — WINNER

Best rap album
Drake — “Nothing Was the Same”
Jay Z — “Magna Carta … Holy Grail”
Kendrick Lamar — “Good Kid, M.A.A.D City”
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis — “The Heist” — WINNER
Kanye West — “Yeezus”

Best country solo performance
Lee Brice — “I Drive Your Truck”
Hunter Hayes — “I Want Crazy”
Miranda Lambert — “Mama’s Broken Heart”
Darius Rucker — “Wagon Wheel” — WINNER
Blake Shelton — “Mine Would Be You”

Best country duo/group performance
The Civil Wars — “From This Valley” — WINNER
Kelly Clarkson featuring Vince Gill — “Don’t Rush”
Little Big Town — “Your Side of the Bed”
Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift and Keith Urban — “Highway Don’t Care”
Kenny Rogers With Dolly Parton — “You Can’t Make Old Friends”

Best country song
“Begin Again” — Taylor Swift
“I Drive Your Truck” — Lee Brice
“Mama’s Broken Heart” — Miranda Lambert
“Merry Go ‘Round” — Kacey Musgraves — WINNER
“Mine Would Be You” — Blake Shelton

Best country album
Jason Aldean — “Night Train”
Tim McGraw — “Two Lanes of Freedom”
Kacey Musgraves — “Same Trailer Different Park” — WINNER
Blake Shelton — “Based on a True Story”
Taylor Swift — “Red”

Best Latin pop album
Frankie J — “Faith, Hope y Amor”
Ricardo Montaner — “Viajero Frecuente”
Draco Rosa — “Vida” — WINNER
Aleks Syntek — “Syntek”
Tommy Torres — “12 Historias”

Best Latin rock, urban or alternative album
Café Tacvba — “El Objeto Antes Llamado Disco”
El Tri — “Ojo Por Ojo”
Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas — “Chances”
La Santa Cecilia — “Treinta Dias” — WINNER
Los Amigos Invisibles — “Repeat After Me”

Producer of the year, nonclassical
Rob Cavallo
Dr. Luke
Ariel Rechtshaid
Jeff Tweedy
Pharrell Williams — WINNER

Best compilation soundtrack for visual media
“Django Unchained”
“The Great Gatsby” (deluxe edition)
“Les Miserables” (deluxe edition
“Muscle Shoals”
“Sound City: Real to Reel” — WINNER

“The Great Gatsby”
“Life of Pi”
“Skyfall” — WINNER
“Zero Dark Thirty”

Best song written for visual media
Coldplay — “Atlas” — “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”
Jessie J — “Silver Lining” — “Silver Linings Playbook”
Adele — “Skyfall” — “Skyfall” — WINNER
Colbie Caillat featuring Gavin DeGraw — “We Both Know” — “Safe Haven”
Lana Del Rey — “Young and Beautiful” — “The Great Gatsby” (deluxe edition)
Regina Spektor — “You’ve Got Time” — “Orange is the New Black”

Best music video
Captial Cities — “Safe and Sound”
Jay Z — “Picasso Baby: A Performance Art Film”
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Ray Dalton — “Can’t Hold Us”
Justin Timberlake featuring Jay Z — “Suit & Tie” — WINNER
Jack White — “I’m Shakin’”

Best music film
Coldplay — “Live 2012″
Green Day — “¡Cuatro!”
Ben Harper With Charlie Musselwhite — “I’m in I’m Out and I’m Gone: The Making of Get Up!”
Paul McCartney — “Live Kisses” — WINNER
Mumford & Sons — “The Road to Red Rocks”


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