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SHURE ANNOUNCES 6th ANNUAL MONTREUX JAZZ VOICE COMPETITION WINNERS

Sabine Kuehlich performsNILES, IL, August 5, 2008 — The 6th Annual Shure/Montreux Jazz Voice Competition concluded on July 9 with German singer Sabine Kuehlich (in photo above) receiving first prize. The second and third place winners were Americans Liela Avila and Amy Crawford.

Renowned jazz vocalist Patti Austin headed the competition jury, which judged the quality of the singers’ vocals, the originality of the interpretations of their songs, their improvisational skills, and their stage presence. Kuehlich scored highly in all areas and impressed the audience with her dynamic performance of Chick Corea’s “You’re Everything? and two of her own original compositions. more

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GET THE ATTENTION YOU DESERVE WITH PARTNERS IN EDUCATION

NSCA program boosts your reputation; benefits students

CEDAR RAPIDS, IA, August 5, 2008 — Manufacturers who donate classroom space for NSCA regional training reap the benefits of increased brand exposure and enhanced networking opportunities with commercial electronic systems professionals. more

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FCC SET TO TEST WHITE SPACES DEVICES AT FEDEXFIELD

NFL Preseason Football Game is the Setting For Real World Analysis
NILES, IL, August 6, 2008 — Prototype White Spaces devices will be tested by FCC engineers on Saturday, August 9, at FedExField just outside of Washington, D.C., at a preseason exhibition game between the National Football League’s Washington Redskins and Buffalo Bills. Starting at 10:00 A.M. and continuing through 8:00 P.M. ET, the period of observation and analysis will assess the ability of the proposed devices to detect the presence of television signals, wireless microphones, and other existing wireless technologies. more

Shure Sets the Stage at Lollapalooza

Lollapalooza 2008 hosted the long-awaited Chicago return of rap/rock pioneers Rage Against the Machine. Aside from a gig at Alpine Valley in East Troy, WI last summer, Rage hasn’t been seen or heard in the metro area proper since a 1999 headlining show at the Allstate Arena.  Marked by ripping musical exercises in polemics such as “Testify? and “Guerrilla Radio?, the band’s headlining fury was led by frontman Zack de la Rocha, who relied on a Shure hardwired SM58 to take his message to the streets.Choosing Lollapalooza 2008 to play its first North American gig on the second leg of its summer tour, Radiohead plowed its own path through a sell-out crowd of 75,000 to close out the first night, soothing those in attendance with a mixture of pastoral ambience, slashing guitars, and a mystical light show that seemed to keep threatening storms at bay. Thom Yorke’s vocals and guitar helped guide the two-hour set, with the frontman singing into a Beta 87C from Shure.As in the past, music fans jammed Chicago’s Grant Park for this year’s Lollapalooza, drawing sell-out crowds August 1-3. Seen and heard onstage throughout the event, Shure microphones played a big role at the festival. The photos and captions tell some of the story…

As in the past, music fans jammed Chicago’s Grant Park for this year’s Lollapalooza, drawing sell-out crowds August 1-3. Seen and heard onstage
throughout the event, Shure microphones played a big role at the festival. Captions below each photo tell some of the story along with the photos attached…

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DAMN RIGHT HE’S STILL GOT THE BLUES

Buddy Guy The World is Buddy Guy’s Stage with Shure UHF-R® Wireless

CHICAGO, IL, August 6, 2008 — Five-time GRAMMY®-winning blues legend Buddy Guy has been an inspiration to luminaries including Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Widely revered for his musicianship, his showmanship remains within a league of its own, marked over the years by wild leaps off amplifier stacks, playing his guitar with his feet, teeth, a handkerchief, drumstick, or behind his back while hanging upside down from the rafters, and during walkabouts into the audience at the end of a 150 ft. cord. more

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