10.21-22
Avett Brothers
“Tell The Truth” (Republic)
Courtney Rae Smith Unrequited Love (Independent)
Craig Cummings Absolute Surprise (Independent)
David Starr “Rise Up Again” (Independent)
Doctor Dan’s Music Show Photo Album (Independent)
Dylan LeBlanc
“Never Tear Us Apart” (ATO)
Isobel Campbell
“Running Down A Dream” (Cooking Vinyl)
Jason Spooner “Those Satellites” (Independent)
Little Scream
“Still Life” (Merge)
Kelsey Waldon
“Kentucky 1988” (Oh Boy/Thirty Tigers)
Mary Bridget Davies
“The Right Way” (Independent)
Mavericks
“Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way” (Independent/Thirty Tigers)
Michael Kiwanuka
“Hero” (Interscope)
Noah Cyrus “July” (Columbia)
Phantogram
“In A Spiral” (Republic)
Sir Woman
“Highroad” (Independent)

FMQB Triple-A to be Absorbed by Jack Barton Entertainment
FMQB Triple-A will be conveyed to Jack Barton Entertainment (JBE), beginning November 1, with the transition to be complete by January 1, 2020. Long-time FMQB employees Jack Barton and Beth Kaufmann will be exiting the company as per that timeline as well. As part of the conveyance, the Boulder Triple A Conference, renamed the JBE Triple A SummitFest, will now be executed by JBE, as Jack and Beth have done for the past eleven years.

FMQB will continue to provide quality and incisive content and news to all radio formats, the music industry, and all relevant digital players, and continue to present and deal with the multiple demanding issues that face the entire multi-media landscape.  As always, we could not successfully accomplish our goals without the dedicated support and editorial contributions of both the radio and music industries.

FMQB CEO Fred Deane remarked, “It is with mixed feelings that we announce the end of an era for FMQB Triple-A, but I am also delighted to comment on the beginning of another era for Jack and Beth. All of us at FMQB wish them well in their future endeavor.”

“The last 18-years have been among the most rewarding of my career. I want to thank Fred Deane, along with Kal and Lucille Rudman for the confidence they displayed as Beth and I built the Triple A department at FMQB, as well as their encouragement as we go out on our own” Jack Barton added. “I also want to thank my wife, Beth Kaufmann, for her superior work and undying support as we’ve worked side-by-side for the better part of two decades. We both look forward to continuing to serve our Triple A family.”

As FMQB Triple A E-Tracking transitions to JBE, all usernames and passwords will remain the same. The new URL will be published as soon as available and, when the new site is active, FMQB Triple A E-Tracking will redirect to the JBE tracking site. Stay tuned for more details and JBE contact and address information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Entercom Launches RADIO.COM REWIND
Entercom
has announced the launch of RADIO.COM REWIND, enabling the ability to pause and rewind live radio and allow listeners to consume their favorite shows and stations when most convenient to them. The feature automatically records the last 24 hours of broadcast content on enabled stations, and makes it easy for the user to navigate to their favorite show and begin listening from any point in the broadcast. RADIO.COM REWIND will launch on Entercom’s most popular sports, news and talk stations with more shows added over time. This new functionality marks the first-ever, all-in-one, on-demand audio experience for broadcast radio content.

“As a leader in audio, we are thrilled to introduce innovative technology that will transform the way audiences consume and engage with broadcast radio by reimaging it for a digital environment,” said J.D. Crowley, Chief Digital Officer, Entercom. “RADIO.COM REWIND provides a best-in-class listening experience by delivering the premier news, talk and sports audio content our audience wants, whenever and however they want it.”

RADIO.COM REWIND unlocks the flexibility to consume broadcast radio content within 24 hours of airing. The feature allows audiences to start their listening experience from any point in any show and select a playback speed up to two times the original speed. Listeners can also quickly and easily return to the live broadcast at any time. In the coming months, audiences will also be able to share moments of live broadcast radio content for distribution on social media and via email.

RADIO.COM REWIND is accessible via the online player or in the RADIO.COM app, the fastest-growing digital audio app in the U.S. This function will also soon be integrated with voice-enabled devices allowing users to instruct the digital assistant to “rewind,” “pause” and “go back” or “start from” a certain time.

Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Names 2020 Nominees.
The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame has announced the nominees for 2020 induction into the Hall. Inductees will be announced in January, with the induction ceremony scheduled for May 2 at the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame’s Public Auditorium. The nominees, including nine that are on the ballot for the first time, are Pat Benatar, Dave Matthews Band, Depeche Mode, The Doobie Brothers, Whitney Houston, Judas Priest, Kraftwerk, MC5, Motörhead, Nine Inch Nails, The Notorious B.I.G., Rufus featuring Chaka Khan, Todd Rundgren, Soundgarden, T. Rex, and Thin Lizzy.  To be eligible, an artist must have released their first commercial recording a minimum of 25-years ago.

Updated: 9.11.19

1)

Sturgill Simpson
Sound & Fury
Elektra
10


2t)

Chrissie Hynde with The Valve Bone Woe Ensemble
Bone Woe
BMG
8

2t)

John Mayer
Single Only-John Mayer
Columbia
8

4t)

Grace Potter
Daylight (Grace Potter)
Fantasy/Concord
6

4t)

Foals
Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost- Part 2
Warner
6

4t)

Soak
Grim Town
Rough Trade/Beggars
6

4t)

Lumineers
III (Lumineers)
Dualtone
6

4t)

New Pornographers
In The Morse Code Of Brake Lights
Concord
6

4t)

Illiterate Light
Sweet Beast
Elektra
6

4t)

Big Thief
Two Hands
4AD
6

 

 

Updated: 9.11.19

1)

Black Keys
Let's Rock
Easy Eye/Nonesuch

2)

Brittany Howard
Jaime
ATO

3)

Wilco
Ode To Joy
Independent

4)

New Pornographers
In The Morse Code Of Brake Lights
Concord

5)

Spoon
Everything Hits At Once:…
Matador

6)

Sleater-Kinney
The Center Won't Hold
Mom + Pop

7)

National
I Am Easy To Find
4AD

8)

Robert Randolph &…
Brighter Days
Provogue

9)

Avett Brothers
Closer Than Together
Republic

10)

Bon Iver
I, I
Jagjaguwar