John Mayer To Release Four New Songs Per Month, Starting In January

first_imgNow that we’re in the New Year, John Mayer fans have been eagerly awaiting to hear news about The Search For Everything – Mayer’s new album. After releasing the lead single “Love On The Weekend” last month, Mayer promised more new music to come by the end of January, but didn’t reveal any further information… until now.A quick glance at Mayer’s Instagram page shows a 3×3 image depicting a potential album artwork. You can see a screenshot below.When you scroll through the images individually, which were uploaded around 4AM last night, the captions details Mayer’s plan for releasing the new album. He says that songs from The Search From Everything will be released four at a time, per month, and that the Wave One will begin on January 20th. The four songs to be released are: “Moving On And Getting Over”, “Changing”, “Love On The Weekend” and “You’re Gonna Live Forever In Me.”Check Out The New “Unicorn” Pedal Inspired By The Guitar Tone Of Jerry Garcia & John MayerMayer has also promised to tour both before and after Dead & Company‘s major summer tour, though no dates have been revealed for his solo agenda. We can’t wait!last_img read more

Tylor A. Adams

first_imgTylor A. Adams, age 22 of St. Mary’s, died Tuesday, April 25, 2017.  He was born April 12, 1995 in Batesville and worked as roofer for the Roofing Monkeys.  Tylor loved to fish and did some hunting too.  A Bengals and Reds fan, he enjoyed playing and watching basketball as well and was a big fan of Kobe Bryant.  He preferred being outdoors and always teased that he would move to Alaska and live off the land.  According to his family, he would have been able to do it.  They also said he liked to doodle and was always listening to music, with a preference for country.  His two biggest passions were his daughter and being with family.He is survived by his daughter Brookelynn Adams; mother and step father Melissa and Richard Lecher of St. Mary’s; father and step mother Tony and Cheryl Adams of Moores Hill, sisters Amanda (Andy) Schneider and Kayla (Kyle) Hountz, both of Batesville; step sister Betty (Brad) Johannigman of Milhousen; step brothers Ray (Sammi) Lecher and Allen (Hannah Federle) Lecher, both of Batesville; grandparents Sharon and Bob Cooper of Batesville; step grandfather Tom Lecher of St. Mary’s as well as numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.  He is preceded in death by grandmother Dianna Robinson and step grandmother Barb Lecher.There will be no services.  A visitation will be held Saturday, April 29th, from 9 a.m. until Noon at the Weigel Funeral Home.  Tylor will be cremated following visitation.  The family requests memorials to the Brookelynn Adams Trust Fund.last_img read more

Manziel’s playbook: hanging with Justin Bieber

first_imgPittsburgh Steelers’ Dri Archer, wearing a white visor with hands up, and Ryan Shazier, behind Archer, photo bomb Cleveland Browns’ Johnny Manziel as he talks to the media during an NFL football Play 60 youth event at the Cleveland Browns practice facility Friday, June 27, 2014, in Berea, Ohio. The AFC rookies took part in the NFL’s annual Rookie Symposium. (AP Photo/Aaron Josefczyk)CLEVELAND (AP) — Johnny Manziel went from hanging out with the Browns to hanging with the Biebs.Cleveland’s rookie quarterback, whose social life has overshadowed his NFL arrival, posted photographs on Twitter of him and Justin Bieber.Manziel promised last week he wouldn’t tone down his well-documented weekend living despite advice from Hall of Famers Emmett Smith, Joe Montana and Warren Moon.The 22-year-old not only kept his word but seemed to flaunt his celebrity by posting the photos with the pop star heartthrob as well as boxing champion Floyd Mayweather and others.Manziel is free from football for the next few weeks. The Browns open training camp July 26, when Manziel will resume his competition with Brian Hoyer for the starting job. Manziel spent last week attending the NFL’s rookie symposium with Cleveland’s other first-year players.On Friday, Manziel addressed the clamor caused by his social life — he has been filmed spraying champagne on partygoers in Las Vegas, photographed floating on an inflatable swan raft drinking champagne and seen in a video talking on a fake money phone.Manziel defended his right to party.“I’m not going to change who I am for anybody,” he said. “I’m growing up and continuing to learn from my mistakes and trying not to make the same ones over and over again, but am I going to live in a shell or am I just going to hide from everybody and not do anything? I don’t think that’s the way I should live my life and I’m not going to do it.“I’m here. I’m very committed to football. I’m committed to my job, but on the weekends, I’m going to enjoy my time off.”Manziel says he’s tired of all the talk about how he spends his free time, and he doesn’t believe he’s endangering his career or chances of beating out Hoyer.“Everybody goes out on the weekends and enjoys their life and lives their life and just for them,” he said. “They don’t have people that when they walk into a place pull out their phones and all they want to do is follow me around and record everything. … Everybody goes out and has fun. Everybody goes out and does that and I’m not doing anything that’s putting myself in a harmful situation. I’m not doing anything that’s putting my team or jeopardizing what I do here throughout the week, or what I’m looking forward to doing this season.”After attending the three-day symposium, Manziel visited the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday and spent Sunday in Cleveland filming a TV commercial. But by Monday, he was back in the limelight.Browns coach Mike Pettine has said he won’t speak to Manziel — or any of his other players — about their off-the-field affairs unless they get involved in criminal activities or it affects their jobs.To this point, Manziel’s only offense seems to be a reluctance to avoid the spotlight.___AP NFL website: and read more