Apr 26

Buy Now Spend Later

“Buy Now Spend Later”
April 27, 2020-May 8, 2020

At Nedved Media, we are a locally owned business. That’s why we’ve teamed up with The Mitchell Chamber to support our local business economy.

• The Buy Now-Spend Later campaign will keep cash glowing to our local businesses during the unprecedented time.

• You can buy $25.00 gift cards from a variety of participating business by going to www.mitchellsd.com.

• The Mitchell Chamber is processing all orders & mailing the gift certificates/cards purchased.
o All gift cards cost $25.00 and are worth $25.00
o Nedved Media and the Mitchell Chamber DO NOT receive any proceeds from this campaign

Sep 21

“STAY IN THE FIGHT”: Brett Eldredge opens up about battle with anxiety

Edgar Evan Moore

Brett Eldredge is opening up about a recent bout of anxiety he’s been struggling with.

The country star took to Instagram to share a photo of himself working out, alongside a lengthy caption detailing how he’s been battling anxiety as of late.

Brett, who has been open about living with anxiety in the past, reveals that it recently reemerged for several days, “out of nowhere,” with symptoms that included shortness of breath and feeling overwhelmed.

“Instead of hiding (like I once did), I stuck to the process, knowing I survived all the other times, and setbacks are common,” he explains. “I kept showing up to life and leaning into the things that give me strength and stability.” In the photo, he’s shown lifting weights.

“It passed and I feel even stronger than before. I took this photo in the middle of the setback to remind myself that even in the tough times, we can be strong as hell, and the storm will always pass if we face it,” he declares. He added the phrase “STAY IN THE FIGHT,” and concluded, “If you’re goin’ through it, hang in there, you will be surprised what you’re capable of.” 

Brett recently announced that he’s releasing a new holiday album, Mr. Christmas, on October 22. 

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Sep 21

Mickey Guyton calls ‘Remember Her Name’ a form of “therapy”

Capitol Records Nashville

Mickey Guyton says creating her upcoming debut album, Remember Her Name, was therapeutic.

The project features songs like the affirming “Love My Hair” and empowering “Black Like Me” and “What Are You Gonna Tell Her?” that detail the racism and misogyny she’s experienced. 

“A lot of these songs were just kind of therapy for me. I never wrote these thinking that they were ever going to be heard,” she explains to The New York Times

Mickey balances the heavy subject matters with an ode to “Rosé” and a new rendition of her 2015 debut single, “Better Than You Left Me,” continuing her mission of creating inclusive music.     

“There’s so much on this record that is so positive, that is so inclusive. It took them hearing ‘Black Like Me’ and ‘What Are You Gonna Tell Her?’ to be like, ‘Oh.’ I’ve been here all along.’ I’m still writing positive, inclusive songs. You guys just never heard them,” she continues. “There is only one me. I’ve never happened before.”

Remember Her Name will be released on Friday. Mickey will make the TV rounds with performances on the TODAY show’s Summer Concert Series on Friday, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday, and ABC’s The View on Tuesday.

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Sep 21

Blake Shelton joins ‘The Voice’ judges for mashup of soulful classics

Trae Patton/NBC

The Voice season 21 premiere got off to a star-studded start Monday night as Blake Shelton and his fellow judges Ariana Grande, John Legend and Kelly Clarkson came in with a bang with a soul-filled medley. 

The four stars took the stage together to open the show with a mashup of classics by Aretha Franklin and Sam & Dave

Blake and John kicked it off, dueting on “Hold On, I’m Coming” by Sam & Dave. Then, Kelly and Ariana strutted onto the stage and blended their powerhouse voices on Aretha’s legendary “Respect.” Soon after, they were joined by the guys for a four-way finish. 

Blake walked away from the Blind Auditions with two contestants: Peedy Chavis, who performed an Elvis Presley song, and Wendy Moten, who’s sung backup for Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, Martina McBride and more. 

The Voice airs on Monday and Tuesday nights on NBC at 8 p.m. ET. 

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Sep 21

Tim McGraw honors wife Faith Hill’s birthday with “Breathe” video

Robby Klein

Tim McGraw is celebrating wife Faith Hill‘s birthday with a throwback clip of one of her famous music videos. 

In honor of his wife’s 54th birthday, the singer shared a compilation video on Instagram of Faith’s sultry “Breathe” video, followed by a clip from an interview of Tim with Diane Sawyer, who asked him, “when you see that video every time it goes by, what do you think?” 

“It’s my wife,” Tim laughs in reply. “It’s like, I want to call my college buddies and say ‘hey, I’m married to her.'” 

“Hey baby, I still feel the exact same way even more so. Happy birthday,” Tim says in a present-day video, adding that she “finally” caught up with him in terms of age: the couple are both 54. “I wouldn’t change anything for the world and I love you.”   

Tim and Faith are set to star in 1883, a prequel to the Paramount+ hit series Yellowstone, alongside Academy Award nominated actor Sam Elliott. It premieres on Paramount+ on December 19. 

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Sep 21

Jimmie Allen does the tango during his ’Dancing with the Stars’ debut

ABC/Eric McCandless

Jimmie Allen made his debut on Dancing with the Stars Monday night with an elegant tango. 

Jimmie and his dance partner, Emma Slater, blended two worlds, tangoing to Timbaland and Keri Hilson‘s chart-toping 2007 hit, “The Way I Are.” The country star was decked out in a black leather outfit, spinning Emma around the ballroom with a disco ball hanging overhead and a swanky red convertible in the background. 

“Wow, Jimmie, let me say this dance does not suit your personality. You’re a cool sort of guy, relaxed. I’m sure that there’s a lot more talent in there than we saw on that dance floor,” remarked judge Len Goodman. “You’re going to be loose, you’re going to go a long way. You’ve got great potential.”

“It’s JEMMA YALL!!!! My partner @theemmaslater is amazing. That was super fun!! Let’s do this!! Let’s vote,” Jimmie wrote on Instagram after the show.  

The pair received a score of 22 out of 40. Dancing with the Stars returns Monday night at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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Sep 21

“STAY IN THE FIGHT”: Brett Eldredge opens up about battle with anxiety

Edgar Evan Moore

Brett Eldredge is opening up about a recent bout of anxiety he’s been struggling with.

The country star took to Instagram to share a photo of himself working out, alongside a lengthy caption detailing how he’s been battling anxiety as of late.

Brett, who has been open about living with anxiety in the past, reveals that it recently reemerged for several days, “out of nowhere,” with symptoms that included shortness of breath and feeling overwhelmed.

“Instead of hiding (like I once did), I stuck to the process, knowing I survived all the other times, and setbacks are common,” he explains. “I kept showing up to life and leaning into the things that give me strength and stability.” In the photo, he’s shown lifting weights.

“It passed and I feel even stronger than before. I took this photo in the middle of the setback to remind myself that even in the tough times, we can be strong as hell, and the storm will always pass if we face it,” he declares. He added the phrase “STAY IN THE FIGHT,” and concluded, “If you’re goin’ through it, hang in there, you will be surprised what you’re capable of.” 

Brett recently announced that he’s releasing a new holiday album, Mr. Christmas, on October 22. 

Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.

Sep 21

Mickey Guyton calls ‘Remember Her Name’ a form of “therapy”

Capitol Records Nashville

Mickey Guyton says creating her upcoming debut album, Remember Her Name, was therapeutic.

The project features songs like the affirming “Love My Hair” and empowering “Black Like Me” and “What Are You Gonna Tell Her?” that detail the racism and misogyny she’s experienced. 

“A lot of these songs were just kind of therapy for me. I never wrote these thinking that they were ever going to be heard,” she explains to The New York Times

Mickey balances the heavy subject matters with an ode to “Rosé” and a new rendition of her 2015 debut single, “Better Than You Left Me,” continuing her mission of creating inclusive music.     

“There’s so much on this record that is so positive, that is so inclusive. It took them hearing ‘Black Like Me’ and ‘What Are You Gonna Tell Her?’ to be like, ‘Oh.’ I’ve been here all along.’ I’m still writing positive, inclusive songs. You guys just never heard them,” she continues. “There is only one me. I’ve never happened before.”

Remember Her Name will be released on Friday. Mickey will make the TV rounds with performances on the TODAY show’s Summer Concert Series on Friday, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday, and ABC’s The View on Tuesday.

Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.

Sep 21

Blake Shelton joins ‘The Voice’ judges for mashup of soulful classics

Trae Patton/NBC

The Voice season 21 premiere got off to a star-studded start Monday night as Blake Shelton and his fellow judges Ariana Grande, John Legend and Kelly Clarkson came in with a bang with a soul-filled medley. 

The four stars took the stage together to open the show with a mashup of classics by Aretha Franklin and Sam & Dave

Blake and John kicked it off, dueting on “Hold On, I’m Coming” by Sam & Dave. Then, Kelly and Ariana strutted onto the stage and blended their powerhouse voices on Aretha’s legendary “Respect.” Soon after, they were joined by the guys for a four-way finish. 

Blake walked away from the Blind Auditions with two contestants: Peedy Chavis, who performed an Elvis Presley song, and Wendy Moten, who’s sung backup for Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, Martina McBride and more. 

The Voice airs on Monday and Tuesday nights on NBC at 8 p.m. ET. 

Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.

Sep 21

Tim McGraw honors wife Faith Hill’s birthday with “Breathe” video

Robby Klein

Tim McGraw is celebrating wife Faith Hill‘s birthday with a throwback clip of one of her famous music videos. 

In honor of his wife’s 54th birthday, the singer shared a compilation video on Instagram of Faith’s sultry “Breathe” video, followed by a clip from an interview of Tim with Diane Sawyer, who asked him, “when you see that video every time it goes by, what do you think?” 

“It’s my wife,” Tim laughs in reply. “It’s like, I want to call my college buddies and say ‘hey, I’m married to her.'” 

“Hey baby, I still feel the exact same way even more so. Happy birthday,” Tim says in a present-day video, adding that she “finally” caught up with him in terms of age: the couple are both 54. “I wouldn’t change anything for the world and I love you.”   

Tim and Faith are set to star in 1883, a prequel to the Paramount+ hit series Yellowstone, alongside Academy Award nominated actor Sam Elliott. It premieres on Paramount+ on December 19. 

Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.

Sep 21

Jimmie Allen does the tango during his ’Dancing with the Stars’ debut

ABC/Eric McCandless

Jimmie Allen made his debut on Dancing with the Stars Monday night with an elegant tango. 

Jimmie and his dance partner, Emma Slater, blended two worlds, tangoing to Timbaland and Keri Hilson‘s chart-toping 2007 hit, “The Way I Are.” The country star was decked out in a black leather outfit, spinning Emma around the ballroom with a disco ball hanging overhead and a swanky red convertible in the background. 

“Wow, Jimmie, let me say this dance does not suit your personality. You’re a cool sort of guy, relaxed. I’m sure that there’s a lot more talent in there than we saw on that dance floor,” remarked judge Len Goodman. “You’re going to be loose, you’re going to go a long way. You’ve got great potential.”

“It’s JEMMA YALL!!!! My partner @theemmaslater is amazing. That was super fun!! Let’s do this!! Let’s vote,” Jimmie wrote on Instagram after the show.  

The pair received a score of 22 out of 40. Dancing with the Stars returns Monday night at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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