Margo Price Shares Video For Newly Released Single, “Leftovers”

first_imgAmazon Music recently launched their new “Produced By” series, featuring Amazon Original music developed to spotlight “today’s community of producers working behind the scenes to develop the best in music.”The new series pairs producers with a collection of today’s top genre-spanning artists to create exclusive recordings for Amazon Music listeners. Earlier last month, GRAMMY Award-winning, Memphis-based producer Matt Ross-Spang was brought into the spotlight with the release of Margo Price’s Amazon Original song, “Leftovers”. Today, Margo Price has shared a video to accompany her newly released “Leftovers” single.“I had so much fun working with Casey Pierce on this project,” explains Price in a press release. “I really got to cut loose during the filming, I smoked a joint and started crawling around on the floor inside the room of mirrors. As far as the styling goes, I brought some of my loudest/most obnoxious outfits and did a lot of costume changes to keep things bright and colorful. In the video, I’m wearing a sequin jumper that my friend Elizabeth NeSmith made me, a red rhinestone Nudie-style suit made by Ashlyn Evans, a white fringe Elvis-inspired number by Wallflower San Fran, and a black suit made by the legendary Manuel.”About Matt Ross-Spang, a press release details:Matt Ross-Spang began interning at Sun Studio at age 16, eventually working his way up to Chief Engineer & Operations Manager. In 2015, Ross-Spang left Sun to become an independent engineer, producer, & mixer based primarily out of the legendary 1960 time capsule studio Sam Phillips Recording Service. Recent productions by Matt include both albums by Margo Price, as well as the latest Lucero, Nicki Bluhm and Sean Rowe records. He won two GRAMMY Awards for his work on Jason Isbell’s Something More Than Free and The Nashville Sound, and has worked on several GRAMMY-Nominated Albums such as Lori McKenna’s The Bird and the Rifle, Brent Cobb’s Shine On Rainy Day and Luther Dickinson’s Blues and Ballads. He recently mixed unreleased Elvis Presley tracks for the compilation album Way Down in the Jungle Room and the Elvis documentary The Searcher . More info is available on Matt Ross-Spang’s official website.“Leftovers” was recorded in RCA’s historic Studio A with Margo Price’s touring band, which features drummer Dillon Napier, bassist Kevin Black, guitarist Jamie Davis, slide guitarist Luke Schneider, and Jeremy Ivey on acoustic guitar & piano. Watch the new video for Margo Price’s “Leftovers” below:Margo Price – “Leftovers” (Official Video)[Video: Margo Price]last_img read more

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Dempsey delivers again as Chelsea miss chance to catch Spurs

first_imgFulham 1 Chelsea 1Clint Dempsey’s late equaliser rescued a point for Fulham in the west London derby and prevented Chelsea from moving level on points with fourth-placed Tottenham.Spurs’ home defeat against Norwich earlier in the day handed the Blues a golden opportunity to catch their rivals.AdChoices广告They looked set to do just that courtesy of Frank Lampard’s penalty, but Dempsey nodded home Damien Duff’s 82nd-minute corner to give the Whites a deserved draw.Lampard put Chelsea ahead.It was Dempsey’s 22nd goal of a remarkable season for the American, whose header deflected off Chelsea defender Gary Cahill and into the net.The visitors struggled to create chances yet found themselves ahead at the interval.They appealed in vain for a penalty when Ryan Bertrand’s shot hit Stephen Kelly’s hand, but were given a spot-kick in first-half injury time after Danny Murphy’s two-footed challenge on Salomon Kalou.Lampard duly steppped up to net his 150th league goal and again underline the midfielder’s continued importance to his team’s cause.It was tough on Martin Jol’s side, who had enjoyed most of the possession with Dempsey and Kerim Frei bringing saves from keeper Petr Cech.Fulham – and the excellent Frei in particular – caused Chelsea problems after the break and John Arne Riise went close to equalising with a curling effort.Duff’s late corner led to Fulham’s deserved equaliser.Frei’s pace and trickery tested Branislav Ivanovic, while John Terry looked every inch like a man struggling through the pain barrier.Terry, who is nursing a rib injury, was recalled to the starting line-up along with Lampard, Ramires, Kalou, John Obi Mikel and Fernando Torres as interim boss Roberto Di Matteo – aware of his team’s packed fixtures list – rang the changes.The Italian’s selections have proved to be spot-on since he took charge, and Chelsea were on course for their ninth win in 11 matches under him before they shipped yet another late goal.Cech produced a fine save at his near post to push away Aaron Hughes’ header from Duff’s corner.But the resulting follow-up corner by Duff was met by Dempsey, whose leveller was the 20th goal this season Chelsea have conceded in the final 10 minutes of a league game.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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Syracuse breaks 3-week scoring drought in win against NC State

first_img Published on October 18, 2015 at 6:09 pm Contact Tomer: [email protected] | @tomer_langer Facebook Twitter Google+ Head Coach Phil Wheddon hadn’t even sat down yet, but he was already excited. After constantly citing his team’s need for a fast start — Syracuse hadn’t scored once in three weeks —Wheddon got exactly what he wanted. The Orange scored a less than a minute into the match.SU’s (5-10-1, 1-6-0 Atlantic Coast) offensive execution was the key component in the 3-0 win over North Carolina State (4-11-0, 0-6 ACC) on Sunday at SU Soccer Stadium.“It was great for the team to come out and get a quick goal like that,” Wheddon said. “…I was very happy for us that we were able to score the goal and settle down into a little bit of a rhythm.”Coming into the match, the Orange was in the midst of an offensive drought. The last time SU had scored was in a 3-1 loss to Virginia Tech on Sept. 27. The team’s goalless streak spanned over four games.Within 50 seconds on Sunday, that streak was snapped. Sophomore forward Eva Gordon took a pass and ran with the ball up the right sideline. She launched a ball toward the left goalpost and it landed at the feet of junior midfielder Emma Firenze, who fired it into the back of the net to give the Orange the early lead.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I think we really came out very hungry and we wanted to score early, and that was one of our goals, and we did so,” junior forward Stephanie Skilton said.That early goal made Sunday’s game the first time that the Orange held a lead since Sept. 17 against Drexel. The issue that’s plagued SU for most of the season – having to play catch-up after giving up a lead – was nonexistent on Sunday.The Orange added on to its early lead. Junior midfielder Maddie Iozzi possessed the ball on the left side of the field near the Wolfpack baseline. She passed the ball toward the middle of the field that hit off a defender and found its way to Skilton, who rifled the ball in to make it a 2-0 game.Coming out of the half, the Syracuse players looked ecstatic. Goalkeeper Courtney Brosnan was grinning cheek-to-cheek in the team huddle before resuming play.The Orange got out to another fast start in the second half. Just over a minute into the half, Alex Lamontagne took the ball down the left sideline, made a nifty inside move and kicked the ball toward the goal. The goalie deflected the ball, but Eva Gordon recovered, turned and fired into an empty portion of the net for a 3-0 SU lead.“Coach told us to come out strong … put the third goal away early so we set the tone,” Gordon said. “We didn’t want a 2-1 game in the second half,” Gordon said.Two of the goals the Orange scored came off of deflections in the box. Being in the right place to capitalize on rebounds was something the practiced over the course of the week.“It’s happened to us consistently throughout the year where a ball is served into box and its not the first person, the first runner that often scores it, it’s the second or third,” Wheddon said. “… We’ve been really working on trying to get more numbers into the box, and I thought today we did a very good job at that.”With a six-game losing streak now over, Wheddon wants his team to focus on continuing to play well and win the final three games of the season. Still, he acknowledged that this win could help the team morale.“Today was definitely a good day to get the win,” Gordon said.“We needed it.” Commentslast_img read more

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