Music News & Reviews

Music News & Reviews

Album review: Prince's posthumous EP is great for about 3 minutes

What a tease. "Deliverance," a six-track EP of previously unreleased Prince songs, surfaced a few days ago and then was quickly removed from several major digital music sites, including iTunes, after a lawsuit was filed in federal court by Prince's estate. The tracks were assembled and released by one of the late singer's former studio engineers, Ian Boxhill, apparently without the estate's authorization. Boxhill co-wrote and co-produced the tracks, which were recorded in 2006-08, according to Rogue Music Alliance, a Washington-based record company.

Music News & Reviews

Marc Scibilia blew up, blew out and then went his own way

Marc Scibilia released his major label debut, "Out of Style," in 2015. The excitement of a new album was quickly dashed by bad news. Two weeks later, his label I.R.S. Nashville shut down, unexpectedly leaving the singer-songwriter without a record deal. Today, Scibilia is his own boss, touring heavily and recording songs out of his Nashville studio.

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Whooshh Innovations demonstrates Salmon Cannon at 2017 Salmon Summit for students

Tom Shearer, Whooshh Innovations president of sales & marketing, explains how the company's Salmon Cannon works to transport fish over barriers without causing them harm. The device is on display at the 2017 annual Salmon Summit in Columbia Park. About 2,600 elementary students are attending the event held over two days.
Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Whooshh Innovations demonstrates Salmon Cannon at 2017 Salmon Summit for students 1:10

Whooshh Innovations demonstrates Salmon Cannon at 2017 Salmon Summit for students

River otters play in Amon Creek preserve 0:55

River otters play in Amon Creek preserve

Cantwell speaks out on possible national monument cuts 10:22

Cantwell speaks out on possible national monument cuts

Government shutdown by the numbers 1:21

Government shutdown by the numbers