Vaughan Coveny is a retired football player who represented New Zealand in international matches. Coveny's senior club career spanned 20 years, with his most notable stint being at South Melbourne during their National Soccer League era, he was a striker although he played as a winger. After retiring from playing, he pursued a coaching career. Coveny began his NSL career at the Melbourne Knights moved to Wollongong City, but the majority of his career was spent at South Melbourne in the NSL, on, Victorian Premier League, he spent some time in the A-League, playing for the Newcastle Jets and Wellington Phoenix. On Anzac Day 2009 Coveny scored his 100th goal for South Melbourne FC away at John Ilhan Memorial Reserve against Hume City FC, he retired at the end of the 2009 season. Coveny made his full New Zealand debut in a 0–0 draw with Fiji on 19 September 1992, he was included in the New Zealand side for both the 1999 FIFA Confederations Cup finals tournament, the 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup finals tournament.
He ended his international playing career with 64 A-international caps to his credit, his final cap gained in a 1–1 draw with Estonia on 31 May 2006. Coveny became New Zealand's highest goal scorer on 27 May 2006, when he scored twice in the "All Whites" 3–1 victory over Georgia, bringing his total A-international goal tally to 29. and his total including unofficial games to 30 in 71 games, surpassing Jock Newall's long standing record of 28 from only 17 games. In January 2009, Coveny announced his retirement from international football, he was the games record holder for the All Whites, until Ivan Vicelich passed him in 2009. Scores and results list New Zealand's goal tally first. After retiring, Coveny was announced as South Melbourne's manager for the Victorian Premier League 2010 season. After the team failed to make the finals, his contract was not renewed. New Zealand Young Player of the Year: 1992 Vaughan Coveny – FIFA competition record Wellington Phoenix profile Oz Football profile NZF – All White profile RSSSF Profile
The men's 90 kg weightlifting competitions at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki took place on 27 July at Messuhalli. It was the first appearance of the middle heavyweight class. All weightlifters above the light heavyweight class competed together in the heavyweight class; each weightlifter had three attempts at each of the three lifts. The best score for each lift was summed to give a total; the weightlifter could not decrease weight. If two or more weightlifters finished with the same total, the competitors' body weights were used as the tie-breaker. Prior to this competition, the existing world and Olympic records were; because the weight class was new to the Olympics, there was certain to be an initial Olympic record in each lift as well as the total. Schemansky, broke his own world records from the 1951 World Weightlifting Championships in two of the lifts as well as the combined score. Novak, who had set the world record in the press earlier in the year at 143 kg, was not able to match that score but still led handily in that lift at 140 kg
The 1992–93 season was the 94th season of competitive league football in the history of English football club Wolverhampton Wanderers. They played the season in the second tier of the English football system, now titled Football League First Division after the reorganisation of the leagues following the introduction of the Premier League; the team remained unbeaten until its thirteenth game, making it their best start to a campaign since 1949–50, but were unable to maintain this level of consistency and ended in 11th place for a second consecutive season. This season saw the North Bank of Molineux occupied for the first time since the mid-1980s, with the new Stan Cullis Stand being opened during pre-season. A total of 24 teams competed in the Football League First Division in the 1992–93 season; each team played every other team twice: once at their stadium, once at the opposition's. Three points were awarded to teams for each win, one point per draw, none for defeats. For the first time, teams finishing level on points were firstly divided by the number of goals scored rather than goal difference.
Final table Source: Statto.com Results summary Results by round Wolves played in Group 4 of the preliminary round alongside two other domestic First Division clubs. The winner of the group would advance to the main group stage to play both English and Italian opposition. However, Wolves so were eliminated. Key: ‡ On loan from another club * First appearance for the clubCorrect as of end of season. Starting appearances are listed first, followed by substitute appearances in parentheses where applicable. Source: Wolverhampton Wanderers: The Complete Record The season brought two new kits, with the home kit featuring an unpopular gold shirt decorated with black smears that drew a protest reaction some fans; the away kit was gold trim on the upper arms. Both were manufactured by the club's own "Molineux" label and sponsored by Goodyear
"Everywhere You Go" is the MTN theme song for the 2010 FIFA World Cup performed by an all-star supergroup of international artists called Rhythm of Africa United. The song is led by US-American singer Kelly Rowland and features many male African artists and Rola Saad, a Lebanese female singer. American producer Steve Morales produced and American songwriter Stacy Barthe wrote the song. Both have been collaborating on a Heidi Montag album before; the song was confirmed by Antos Stella of "AS Entertainment" in a press release published on April 1, 2010:Kelly Rowland is a hot international artist with crossover appeal spanning all communities, we were ecstatic when she jumped at the opportunity to be part of this powerful anthem. With the arrival of Africa's first FIFA World Cup it was important that we attracted the cream of the continent's musical talent as well as a world-famous headline act to collaborate on this song."Everywhere You Go" made its premiere on radio stations across Africa on April 12, 2010 and will be available to purchase at the end of May 2010.
A portion of all proceeds will go to ""1Goal" initiatives. Kelly Rowland United States 2face Nigeria Awadi Senegal Chameleone Uganda Jozi South Africa Krotal Cameroon Rola Lebanon Samini Ghana Slikour & Kwesta South Africa Zuluboy South Africa The idea was conceived by Antos Stella of AS Entertainment: "I'd always wanted to do a song featuring Africa's top artists," she said. "I'd covered the whole of Africa and realised hip hop is happening on this continent. But I wanted to do a track with artists who use traditional African elements in hip hop." Enter MTN, looking for an official song for their World Cup campaign. This resulted in big-time producer Steve Morales getting involved and when Kelly heard the track she was sold! "I got word through my management team and when I heard it, I knew it would be great to be involved. This song is about doing something new and cool. There is no song quite like this." Ugandan rapper Jose Chameleone provided additional vocals to a remixed version, produced by Ugandan producer Beni Okwenje a.k.a.
"Global". The remix production is on a number of the other country versions. All artists except for Kelly Rowland premiered the song live at the 16th annual South African Music Awards in Sun City, South Africa on 17 April 2010; the show was televised live on SABC1. Four days the second live performance took place in the town of Newtown, South Africa during an exclusive "invite only" concert for a crowd which included business people and celebrities; this performance featured all artists including Kelly Rowland, who came to South Africa for a promotional visit. The song was performed at the closing ceremony of the FIFA World Cup 2010 without Rowland's presence, due to her commitments in the United States. Kelly Rowland and Samini shot their parts for the musicvideo on 21 April 2010 in Johannesburg in front of a green screen; the video was designed and animated by Nicework. According to Antos Stella the concept of the video is as follows: "We want to reflect what is happening in urban Africa. I am hoping.
It's not just part of the World Cup. Our audience is the MTV market, first in Africa and in the rest of Europe." The artists were dressed by Phat Farm South Africa. The video premiered on June 13 on the Pan-African music channel Channel O as well as during the first 2010 FIFA World Cup game on South African national television. Writers: Stacy Barthe Producer: Steve Morales Sound Engineer: Sebastian Krys Mastering: Brian Gardner Everywhere You Go! at MTN South Africa
David Dyson is an American bassist, songwriter and producer. Throughout his career he has performed with an array of artists including New Kids on the Block, Meshell Ndegeocello, Lalah Hathaway, Pieces of a Dream, George Duke, Regina Bell, Jonathan Butler, Candy Dulfer, Rick Braun, Gerald Albright, Norman Brown, Bobby Lyle, Doc Powell, Michael Franks. Born David Reeves Dyson on 3 April 1965 in Rapid City, South Dakota; when he was two years old, his family relocated to the Washington metropolitan area where he was raised and attended school. Dyson played the baritone in school, but was inspired to switch to the bass guitar at the age of twelve after hearing recordings of Larry Graham and Louis Johnson. At the age of fourteen, he decided. After high school Dyson attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he received a B. A. in 1988. Although he taught himself to play bass, Dyson did take several lessons while attending college, he learned to play the upright bass and guitar. After graduating from Berklee Dyson was offered a bassist position with recording artist Walter Beasley.
He performed with him from 1988–1989. In the fall of 1988 producer Maurice Starr was searching for musicians for New Kids on the Block. Dyson landed the gig, he toured with them from 1989 -- 1992 as musical director. In 1992 he was a composer with Chico Freeman and Brainstorm. From 1993–present Dyson has toured and recorded with Michael Franks, Greg Osby, Terumasa Hino, Gary Thomas, Kevin Toney, Takeshi Itoh, Jack Lee, Bob James, he was a bassist with Steve Coleman and Five Elements in 1996. A bassist, co-producer with the Hagans/Belden band from 1999 and presently. Dyson began touring with Meshell Ndegeocello in May 1997, he continued through 1999 and from 2001–2002. From 2003–2006 he was a bassist with Jonathan Butler, he began playing with Pieces of a Dream in 2000 at a concert in Baltimore, Maryland after substituting for the original bassist. Dyson performed with Peter White from 2005–present, Chuck Brown 2006–2007, Lalah Hathaway 2008–present. In addition, Dyson was a member of the Towson University faculty as a bass instructor in the department of music.
He is instructing the course David Dyson's Groove Concepts at MusicDojo.com. Dyson is a faculty member of InDepth Jazz clinics & concerts and an instructor with Gerald Veasley's Bass BootCamp and Bass Break LIVE, he is a staff writer for Bass Musician magazine. He is the president of Lil Doc Productions and Lohandfunk Records. Dyson released his debut CD Soulmates in 2000, The Dawning in 2004, Unleashed in 2008. In 2008 Dyson was presented with his first David Dyson/Lohandfunk signature series bass created by Pete Skjold; the specifications are: 5 string fretted, ash body, myrtle top, maple fingerboard, maple pick up covers and knobs, 5 piece maple/purpleheart neck, 2-SC-1 pick ups, audere 4-band pre w/5-position z-mode rotary switch – standard. In 2011 Dyson debuted his fretless Skjold signature series bass at the NAMM Show in Anaheim, California. David Dyson has several signature series cheesecakes created by Imagine Cheesecake, they include the Triple Chocolate Mocha Bass Kiss. Soulmates The Dawning Unleashed With Bob Belden Strawberry Fields Tapestry Black Dahlia With Steve Coleman The Opening of the Way Genesis With Tim Hagans Animation, Imagination Re-Animation Live With Tracy Hamlin Seasons Better Days With Marcus Johnson Urban Grooves Just Doing What I Do In Concert for a Cause Phoenix This is How I Rock With Jack Lee Gracefulee Where My Heart Goes Into the Night Message from Paris Belo to Soul With Pieces of a Dream Acquainted With the Night Love's Silhouette No Assembly Required Soul Intent With others Philip Bailey – Soul on Jazz Rick Braun – Yours Truly Jonathan Butler – Jonathan Chico Freeman – Threshold Ron Holloway – Live at the Montpelier Cultural Center Jaared – Forward Jackiem Joyner – Baby Soul Masabumi Kikuchi, DJ Katsuya, DJ Hiro – Raw Material No.
1, M. Kikuchi Bobby Lyle – Straight & Smooth Najee – Rising Sun Meshell Ndegeocello – Lilith Fair Vol. 3 New Kids on the Block – Step by Step Scritti Politti – Anomie & Bonhomie John Stoddart – Love So Real Peter White – Playin Favorites Alyson Williams – It's About Time Frederic Yonnet – Front & Center David Dyson on My Space David Dyson interview/performance on Voice of America
KMST is a radio station licensed to Rolla and operated by the University of Missouri at St. Louis as an extension of St. Louis Public Radio; the station broadcasts at 88.5 MHz FM with an effective radiated power of 100,000 watts, making them the largest public radio station in south-central Missouri. KMST is heard in Lebanon, Missouri via translator K242AN on 96.3 MHz FM. The station's programming has consisted of several genres of music such as classical and jazz as well as several popular National Public Radio programs such as All Things Considered, A Prairie Home Companion, Car Talk, Michael Feldman's Whad'Ya Know? show. The station originated a weekly science talk show, titled We're Science, syndicated nationwide for several years in the mid-1990s; the station broadcast under the call letters KUMR, from the abbreviation of the station's home, the University of Missouri–Rolla, through 2006. On January 1, 2008, the University of Missouri–Rolla changed its name to Missouri University of Science and Technology.
As a result, the station's original call sign, KUMR, was changed to KMST on July 16, 2007, as a reflection of the university's forthcoming name change. Until 2017, KMST broadcast from studios in the basement of the Curtis Laws Wilson library on the UMR/Missouri S&T campus. Effective July 1, 2017, the station was transferred to the University of Missouri-St. Louis and became part of the St. Louis Public Radio network, airing the same broadcast as the St. Louis frequency; the only local programming retained through the changeover was Wayne Bledsoe's Bluegrass for a Saturday Night, a local staple for many decades, which continued until Bledsoe's August 2017 retirement. Missouri S&T opted to end KMST's local operations after the University of Missouri system suffered a massive budget cut that led school officials to conclude KMST was no longer part of the school's "academic core." KUMR KMNR St. Louis Public Radio www.stlpublicradio.org www.kmst.org Query the FCC's FM station database for KMST Radio-Locator information on KMST Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KMSTQuery the FCC's FM station database for K242AN