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A cool and laid back bar with a busy open mic night and a DJ spinning a variety of tunes.
It certainly does pay off—to the tune of up to $2,000 in average customer lifetime value in some cases, according to Stone.
The downtown concert venue welcomes the Bad Influence Band for a night of classic blues and roots tunes.
To avoid this, PepsiCo’s Walkers brand not only ditched TV but also turned to sausage roll crisps, karaoke tunes, a LadBaby cameo and a charity link for its own festive ad.
A fellow Cuban conguero, Chano Pozo, worked with Gillespie and helped write some of the trumpeter’s most memorable tunes, including “Manteca” and “Tin Tin Deo.”
Built-in 22-millimeter drivers deliver plenty of audio quality to enjoy your favorite tunes via Bluetooth while still allowing you to hear the world around you.
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Up to seven of these new “My Mix” playlists will be featured on the Home tab, the company says, and will include a combination of favorite tunes as well as potential new favorites for discovery purposes.
The controller is in tune with the virtual experience, it feels connected not to the console, but to the game itself.
Uber’s stock was up 12% to just over $40, while Lyft jumped 16% to hit $30 after California voters backed Prop 22, which had been underwritten by the two companies as well as Instacart, DoorDash, Postmates, and others to the tune of $200 million.
A different tune came from Vern Hagstrom, a 63-year-old insurance salesman and former small-business owner.
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