He turned his passion for music into a thriving audio tech business

He turned his passion for music into a thriving audio tech business

In this ongoing series, we share advice, tips and insights from real entrepreneurs who are struggling in business out there every day. (Responses have been edited and shortened for clarity.) Darren Nakonechny, CEO and Founder of Flock Audio Who are you and what is your business? I’m Darren Nakonechny, CEO and Founder of Flock Audio. … Read more

Kanye West’s new wife, Bianca Censori, “wasn’t a fan” of his music growing up

Kanye West's new wife Bianca Censori (pictured)

Kanye West’s new wife, Bianca Censori, “wasn’t a fan” of the rapper’s music growing up and was known for her “big boobs,” says a high school friend By Mary Mrad for Daily Mail Australia Released: 5:13 PM EST, Jan 17, 2023 | Updated: 6:34 PM EST, Jan 17, 2023 Australian Yeezy designer Bianca Censori was … Read more

The Tamworth Music Festival is getting its groove back

The Tamworth Music Festival is getting its groove back

The Bushwackers had never heard of Tamworth before they rolled into town for the 1981 country music festival. The folk artists felt far more comfortable in the Melbourne pub scene when they won their first Golden Guitar award earlier this year. “We were pretty conceited,” songwriter and guitarist Roger Corbett told AAP. “We’re all from … Read more

Amid the allegations at Juilliard, classical music leaders are calling for change

Amid the allegations at Juilliard, classical music leaders are calling for change

Comment on this story comment An open letter calling on the Juilliard School to take disciplinary action against composer Robert Beaser for alleged “decades of abuse of women and power” has received the signatures of about 450 composers, musicians, educators and cultural figures. Late Friday, after an initial 120 people signed the letter, Beaser, 68, … Read more

School of Music Groups Bring “A Liberty Christmas” to Washington, DC » Liberty News

School of Music Groups Bring "A Liberty Christmas" to Washington, DC » Liberty News

Members of LU Praise and Shine perform at the Museum of the Bible’s World Stage Theater. Throughout the night the students performed songs with their own groups and also joined forces for several plays. (Photos by Ryan Hedrick) Two vocal groups from Liberty University School of Music, LU Praise and Shine, gathered for “A Liberty … Read more

Ada Lovelace’s skills with language, music and manual labor contributed to her pioneering work in computing

Ada Lovelace's skills with language, music and manual labor contributed to her pioneering work in computing

Ada Lovelace, known as the first female computer programmer, was born on December 10, 1815, more than a century before the development of digital electronic computers. Lovelace has been hailed as a role model for girls in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). To mark the 200th anniversary of her birth in 2015, a dozen … Read more