Sunday, July 15, 2018
 
 
Meet Country Music Prodigy: Emi Sunshine
She's a teenage prodigy who broke onto the music scene when she was just nine years old, she's graced the cover of Country Music People, and you can catch her on your TV and a local stage, welcome Emi Sunshine!
 
How to link Google Home to a Bluetooth speaker
Here's how to connect a Google Home device to a Bluetooth speaker or audio system for music playback.
 
"We have to equalize it."
LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) - It's not secret, the Cats have a big question mark at quarterback right now. They lost a two-year starter and his backup. The good thing about Stephen Johnson is he could run and throw. This makes him a weapon, especially in the red zone. Two of Johnson's most memorable plays were his touchdowns near the goal line against Northwestern in the Music City Bowl and against Tennessee. If you ask Offensive Coordinator Eddie Gran, he likes having a dual-threat QB.
 
Live Music by Electria
We had live string music by Electria, LIVE AT SHAKESPEARE & CO!
 
Live Music by Jeremy Short
Take a look at our interview with Jeremy Short!
 
Five simple ways to make Apple Music better
Apple’s music service is growing quickly, but the app still needs a little work.
 
Black History Month Program at Pass Road Elementary
Black History Month continues as February comes to an end and a local elementary hosted their annual program to celebrate and honor the month long event. News 25’s Payton Malone traveled out to Pass Road Elementary in Gulfport and has more. Black History Month is nearly over and from the sights and sounds at Pass Road Elementary School, students and teachers are wrapping up the month long celebration in a big way. Event Planner Judy Barkum said, “All of our kids participate and they have a ball.” There were even celebrity guest appearances. Students dressed up as prominent figures in black history. There was no shortage of entertainment. This year’s theme was Harlem Renaissance. “There was so much to do because there are writers, there are all kinds of great thinkers from that time and the music. You can’t say enough about the music from the Harlem Renaissance time,” said Barkum. Fourth grader Christian Scruggs is known to steal the show and this year was no different with his impersonation of jazz singer Cab Calloway. While Christian enjoyed performing for his classmates and signing autographs, he understands why this is important. “It’s important to show how black people were able to accomplish things and how they could go to school, like we could go to Pass Road Elementary because if it wasn’t for black history we wouldn’t be able to come here.” Students and parents filled the gym for the show. Performers like third grader Ijahnna Daniel look forward to the event all year long. “Everyone gets to watch and be inspired and learn about our history.” And to continue the celebration of diversity, Pass Road Elementary will also host a Hispanic and Latino celebration in October.
 
Eliza Sayers
Eliza Sayers drops in to talk about her music influences, what's next for her, and performs for the viewers!
 
Tech Talk: Apple's home speaker, HomePod, arrives
It's about the sound, not the smart. Apple's new home speaker, HomePod, integrates its Apple Music subscription by voice. It carries a hefty price tag of $349.99. The panelists call the move late and half-baked.
 
Shakespeare Music Guest
Shakespeare Music Guest
 



Live Music by Vanessa Davis
Take a look at the video for live music by Vanessa Davis
 
Live Music by Rhyan Sinclair
Live Music by Rhyan Sinclair
 
Dr. Logan Westbrooks
Pioneer of the Music Industry Dr. Logan Westbrooks
 
Chico location of Herreid Music to close after 20 years
Chico location of Herreid Music to close after 20 years
 
"We're going to miss 'em"
LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) - The Cats have a lot of young talent expected to emerge over the next couple of seasons, but first the Cats must say goodbye to a valuable group of seniors. Here's what Stoops had to say after the Music City Bowl about the seniors who just played their final game as a Wildcat.
 
"It didn't surprise me we went down and scored."
LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) - The Music City Bowl was a crazy game from beginning to end. The second quarter easily takes the cake as the crazier quarter, but the final quarter wasn't bad either. Defensive stops, turnovers and big touchdowns...the fourth quarter had it all. Here's what Stoops had to say about his team's performance in the final moments of the game.
 
"We schemed it up all week."
LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) - The Wildcats came up just one point short of winning the Music City Bowl against Northwestern. Stephen Johnson scored on a rushing touchdown, but Mark Stoops decided to go for the win and go for two, instead of kicking the extra point. Here's what Stephen Johnson and Tavin Richardson had to say about that final play.
 
"I'm proud of how we fought back."
LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) - Despite losing arguably their best player, losing Stephen Johnson for a part of the game and trailing 17-7 at half, the Kentucky Wildcats still managed to claw their way back into the game. A Stephen Johnson rushing touchdown with just over thirty seconds to play put the Cats one point away from tying the ballgame. Coach Mark Stoops opted to go for two, but it wasn't meant to be. The Cats lost the Music City Bowl 24-23. Here's what Stoops had to say after the game.
 
Macon light show brings business to downtown
It's hard to miss a quarter of a million lights dancing to the tune of Christmas music in Downtown Macon. Thousands of people are traveling to the show to check it out.
 
Ware Suspended for Music City Bowl
LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) - Mark Stoops has announced Denzil Ware has been suspended for the Music City Bowl. Stoops did not elaborate on why or how long he would suspended. When asked on Ware's participation next season, he would not comment.
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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