The Shorty Awards , also known as the " Shortys ", is an annual awards show recognizing the people and organizations that produce real-time short form content across Twitter , Facebook , YouTube , Instagram , TikTok , Twitch and the rest of the social web. The annual ceremony began in with awards for achievements on the Twitter platform. The awards ceremony is held each spring and streamed live. Each award recognizes the entire body of work of the content creator for the calendar year, rather than an individual tweet or post. A Forbes magazine article about the awards commented: "The Shortys recognize that social media is about more than who can get the most followers These writings Approximately people attended the event.
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It was on this day in that Dad Both iconic songs were on the same 45rpm record that sold a gazillion copies worldwide and both songs have the distinction of being the most jukebox played songs still to this day. The funny thing about it to me is Dad never bragged about knowing and playing piano with Elvis as he thought it was just another day of doing his job. I'm still hearing you playing piano on Sirius XM Dad and you're still sounding as great as ever and I'm as proud as ever! Feel free to share photos, videos and stories of these wonderful people.
I take great pride in my knowledge of old school music especially since I was raised in Detroit where Motown was born. Imagine my surprise when my managing editor, Ruth Manuel-Logan called me to discuss my next musical assignment for this issue. And with the arrogance of a true musical know-it-all, I stated that surely, there was no Shorty Long on the 60s and 70s Motown roster of talented artists! Ruth ignored my ignorance, and shortly thereafter, my email was inundated with various YouTube clips of Long, a Motown recording artist whom I knew absolutely nothing about at all. Long was gifted with musical talent and could play the piano, organ, drums, guitar, and harmonica. In , Long, 19, who aspired to be a recording artist decided to leave his beloved Birmingham to try his luck in the Motor City, the home of Motown.