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News (band)

, is a four-member Japanese boy band consisting of Keiichiro Koyama, Takahisa Masuda, Shigeaki Kato and Yuya Tegoshi. The group's name is an acronym based on the cardinal directions (North, East, West, South) and the members locations. Formed in 2003 by Johnny Kitagawa as a nine-member group under the label Johnny's Entertainment, NEWS released a promotional single , which was used for the World Cup of Volleyball Championships. In 2004, Takahiro Moriuchi left the group and the remaining eight members... read more

Bad News (band)

Bad News were an English spoof , created for the series '. Its members were Vim Fuego (aka Alan Metcalfe), vocals and lead guitar (played by ); Den Dennis, rhythm guitar (); Colin Grigson, bass (); and Spider Webb, drums ().==Biography==Bad News made their television debut during 1983, in the first series of ' (written by Edmondson, and produced by Michael White/Comic Strip Productions). The episode, "Bad News Tour", took the form of a satirical , in which the incompetent band is followed travelling... read more

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The News (band)

The News was a short-lived new wave band formed in 1977, by Sam Smith (lead vocals, guitar), Graham Culpin (bass), Terry Farrelly(drums)(previously with Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel), Richard James Burgess (of Landscape) (drums) and Andy McDonough (keyboards).In the early days of 1978, the band signed a recording contract with GTO and, in the first weeks of the year, they recorded their first and only single, "Blue Thru", released on 3 March. Shortly afterwards, Alan Richards joined and played guitar,... read more

News (album)

''NEWS'' is the fifth studio album by NEWS, a Japanese pop boy band. The album was released on July 17, 2013. The album consists of seventeen tracks, four of which are solo songs. Below are the list of tracks:# Beautiful Rain (Koyama Keiichiro's Solo) read more

Beautiful News

''Beautiful News'' is an album by Christian worship artist Matt Redman. Two songs, "Take it To The Streets" and "All Over the World", were written in collaboration with Martin Smith, lead singer with Christian band Delirious? while "A Greater Song" was written in collaboration with worship artist Paul Baloche."All Over The World" was covered by Tree63 on their album ''Worship Volume One: I Stand For You''."You Never Let Go" was covered by Rebecca St. James on her 2011 album ''I Will Praise You'',... read more

Yesterday's News

"Yesterday's News" is a song by alternative country band Whiskeytown, co-written by Ryan Adams and Phil Wandscher. It first appeared on Whiskeytown's ''Strangers Almanac'' album, and was released in 1998 as a CD single.An earlier version of the song - recorded during the band's "Baseball Park" sessions - was released on the 1998 reissue of the band's first album ''Faithless Street''. Ryan Adams calls this "the definitive version. It sounds younger and freer than the one on ''Strangers Almanac'',... read more

Shipping News

Shipping News is an American post-rock/post-hardcore band. The group formed in the fall of 1996 when members Jason Noble and Jeff Mueller, who were both in Rodan, collaborated to create music for the Chicago-based syndicated National Public Radio program ''This American Life''. Kyle Crabtree was later recruited as drummer which completed the original lineup. In 2004, Todd Cook, former member of Parlour, The For Carnation, and the reunited Slint, was recruited as bass player.The Shipping News appeared... read more

No News

"No News" is a song performed by American country music band Lonestar. It was released in January 1996 as the second single from their debut album, ''Lonestar''. "No News" reached the top of the ''Billboard'' Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in April 1996 (see 1996 in country music), giving the group its first number-one single. It was written by Phil Barnhart, Sam Hogin, and Mark D. Sanders.==Content==The song's narrator tells of how his former lover has left him. Having not heard from her or... read more

Music News

Music News (also known as Music-News.com) is a specialist UK music website, that features daily news, reviews, interviews and competitions. It was launched in October 2003; Marco Gandolfi serves as editor.Stories from Music News have been re-produced by outlets such as ''The Washington Times'', the ''Los Angeles Daily News'', ''The Telegraph'', the ''Belfast Telegraph'', ''Rolling Stone'', the ''New Musical Express'', the ''Daily Express'', Digital Spy and Mail Online. The site's interviewees have... read more

Singing News Fan Awards for Favorite Band

The Favorite Band award was awarded yearly in the Singing News Fan Awards ceremony to honor the band Singing News magazine readers select as their favorite that year. It was first awarded in 1977 and was discontinued after the 2006 awards. read more

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/The News (band)

The result was delete. --MCB (talk) 04:39, 17 March 2008 (UTC)===The News (band)==="Article is entirely unsourced. Many claims but searching Google web and books I cannot find a single site even mentioning this band other than their Myspace page, much less a reliable source which verifies the subject exists."Those aren't my words. That's what User:Fuhgetaboutit wrote last year in his PROD notice, which was declined with a recommendation to give it more time. More time has indeed passed, and still... read more

Draft:Chuck Briseno and the Bad News Band

Chuck Briseno and the Bad News Band is an American Southern Rock and Red Dirt Country band from Dixon, Missouri. The band formed in March of 2016 and shortly thereafter began touring Missouri, Colorado and Texas. The band has four members, Charles Briseno (Acoustic, Vocals), Adam Taylor (Drums), Graham Jenkins (Lead Guitar), and Zach Moore (Bass). Three of the bands current members are currently serving in the U.S. Army on active duty. So far the band has performed shows with notable artists such... read more

News ticker

An example of a television news ticker, at the lower-third of the screen. A news ticker (sometimes called a "crawler" or "slide") is a primarily horizontal, text-based display either in the form of a graphic that typically resides in the An example of a television news ticker, at the lower-third of the screen.lower third of the screen space on a television station or network (usually during news programming) or as a long, thin An example of a television news ticker, at the lower-third of the screen.lower... read more

Action News

''Action News'' is a local television newscast format in the United States. First conceived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, it is characterized by a tight format with strict time limits on set packages, a focus on surrounding suburbs, and a focus on young talent. It was a competitor to the "Eyewitness News" format.The opening of Channel 6 Action News newscasts, Action News==History==The "Action News" format was conceived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at WFIL-TV (now WPVI-TV) by news director Mel... read more


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