Widespread Panic returns to the stage for a three-night run at Morrison, CO’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre on June 28th -30th. For a full list of their upcoming tour dates and ticketing information, head to the band’s website.Hats off to you, until next time, GoodPeople.Setlist: Widespread Panic | Brandon Amphitheater | Brandon, MS | 6/8/2019Set One: Stop-Go, And It Stoned Me, All Time Low, Hatfield, Papa Johnny Road, Sundown Betty, Who Do You Belong To?, Can’t Get High, Thin Air (Smells Like Mississippi), Imitation Leather ShoesSet Two: Junior > Ribs and Whiskey, Honky Red, Surprise Valley > Airplane > Drums, Bust It Big, Last DanceEncore: Nobody’s Loss, You Wreck Me (10 mins)Notes – ‘That Don’t Make It Junk’ rap during ‘Stop-Go’– ‘Thin Air (Smells Like Mississippi)’ LTP 6/27/14 Red Rocks (270 shows); 1st time for Duane After digging up the graves of the first generation of Mississippi bluesmen on Friday night, Widespread Panic returned to their usual antics of heavily, jammed out tunes, with mostly originals and a handful of covers mixed in. For the second and final night of Panic’s two-night run in Brandon, Mississippi, the band delivered such a rockin’ show that the few in attendance that did not already have Red Rocks tickets, scrambled to purchase plane tickets and three-day admissions for the upcoming Colorado run.The six kings of swampadelic rock and roll opened their first set with the crowd-favorite “Stop-Go, the seventh song from their debut album Space Wrangler. The audience responded with a welcoming noise that was louder than a cannon’s blast. Dave Schools dug deep rhythmic entrenchments, which echoed euphonic reverberations to the tune that was teased the night prior. The unpredictable John Bell improvised a rare “That Don’t Make it Junk” rap into the lyrics and “strutted and crowed, along the way.”Widespread was in the midst of dismantling Van Morrison’s song “And It Stoned Me” down to the very nuts and bolts of the framework as the dark skies loomed ominously, threatening rain. “All Time Low” tumbled like a barrel off the album Til’ the Medicine Takes, which was re-released as a vinyl in celebration of its 20th anniversary earlier this year.Challenging the sky once more, Panic re-awakened the legend of “Hatfield”, who with the help of his brother cooked up rain for the drought-stricken city of Los Angeles for a compensatory sum of $10,000. JB took on a succinct rap which began with Charlie Hatfield’s German mama, and continuing down unforeseen paths with vivid descriptions and quick-witted improvisation.Widespread Panic – “Hatfield”[Video: Drew Derden]After a short section of bass fiddling, “Papa Johnny Road” was unearthed for the first time since Panic En La Playa Ocho in Mexico. To follow the cut from 2003’s Ball, Widespread Panic performed their newly-written “Sundown Betty”, which has been played ten times since the song’s debut at Panic En La Playa 7 in 2018. A pair of Bloodkin covers blazed the way into the first set with the “Who Do You Belong To?” leading into the slower “Can’t Get High.” Widespread continues to pay respect to Danny Hutchens and Eric Carter of Bloodkin, as fellow brothers and representatives of the jam scene of Athens, Georgia.To round out the set, Widespread returned to Ball to appropriately bust-out the long-lost “Thin Air (Smells like Mississippi)”. The tune was glorified in the exuberant Night of Joy album with horn accompaniment provided by The Dirty Dozen Brass Band. It was the first time that the song was performed since the Red Rocks run in the summer of 2014, as well as the first time played with Duane Trucks on drums. Naturally, the audience’s appreciation was uproarious.Dave Schools ran rampant with his bass guitar throughout and leading into the calamitous “Imitation Leather Shoes” to finish off the first set. The heavy song was written and influenced by Franz Kafka’s supernaturally absurd short story “The Metamorphisis”, in which the main character awakens to find himself transformed into a giant insect. “Imitation” featured its distinctive triad of bass notes with a slight pause between the first consecutive pair and the heavily, resounding note that follows.Following a short setbreak, Widespread returned to play a loose second set with 84 minutes divided between seven songs and a substantial drum section. Kicking it off, the band sauntered back on stage and JB stepped up to the mic introducing a boisterous “Junior” with the quip, “Here’s one to help the babies sleep.” The tune “was written by mixing several of Junior Kimbrough’s songs, who shared a record label with JoJo Hermann at Fat Possum Records. Even in the song’s condensed format, Jimmy Herring still managed to find time to casually dish out some lightning fast solos between JB’s declarations of love.As the set was getting savory, the audience gobbled up a hearty serving of “Ribs and Whiskey” slathered in Panic’s own smokey flavored jam-sauce. JB changed tones from creepy and voyeuristic to the desperation of a man dying of thirst in the desert for a cutting rendition of Murray McLaughlan’s “Honky Red.”The crowd favorites kept pouring over this bountiful waterfall as “Surprise Valley” soared for an incredible 20-minutes, building up slowly and carefully until culminating into a monstrous explosion of energy. “Airplane” taxied down the runway for six minutes before “The Take-Off Jam” doubled the length of the song and quintupled the intensity and pace.The band members took a quick breather allowing just Duane Trucks and Sunny Ortiz to percolate swinging rhythms and conduct a lengthy percussive battle. The guys returned to their positions as JoJo’s piano introduced a monumental “Bust It Big”, which was also featured on the aforementioned Night of Joy album. JoJo’s vocals and piano and Herring’s guitar electrically charge the surrounding atmosphere by using the same electrostatic manipulation techniques as Dr. Frankenstein.Widespread Panic – “Drums”[Video: Ward Johnson]To conclude the second set, John Bell mesmerized throughout a sizzling performance of Neil Young’s “Last Dance.” The lyrics were switched in which “the orange juice is hot / the coffee cup is cold!” adding a surreal element to the already dream-like song.Widespread Panic encored with a heart-wrenching “Nobody’s Loss” which has rarely surfaced more than twice a year in recent times. JoJo led the band through the cut from Til the Medicine Takes with his voice and forlorn piano. Finishing off the two-night run in Mississippi, Panic paid tribute to late Southern rocker Tom Petty with one last romp through “You Wreck Me.”Widespread Panic – “You Wreck Me”
Matt Loede CLEVELAND – The Indians and Royals wrapped up a three-game set at Progressive Field on Sunday – Mother’s Day Sunday – and fans took in the sun soaked afternoon as the Indians finished up a six-game homestand against two of their biggest rivals in the AL Central.Enjoy some of the pictures from Progressive Field with our ‘Indians-Royals Mother’s Day Photo Gallery,’ from the place the Indians call home. Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Related TopicsIndiansProgressive FieldRoyals Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE.
ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) — Ahead of the highly anticipated Coming to America sequel, Wesley Snipes is sharing some little-known details about his first encounter with the 1988 classic film comedy.In a chat posted on Snipes’ Instagram, the actor tells his fellow Dolemite Is My Name cast members, including Eddie Murphy, that he was upset when he lost out to Eriq La Salle for the role of Darryl Jenks, the heir to the Soul Glo empire, in the film.“I auditioned for Coming to America and I remember being so sad,” Snipes says. “I really wanted to be in the movie. I wanted to work with them. I was really contemplating what my purpose in life was after losing that to Eriq La Salle.”After they all laughed, Murphy offered an explanation.“Our look was too close,” Murphy interjected. “You actually look more African than me.”Snipes then joked that Murphy should have told him this before.“That would’ve healed me,” Snipes said. “I was in the bathroom ‘Why am I even doing this, man? I’m not gon’ quit. They not gon’ break me down, man.’”However, Murphy notes that the opportunity ended up coming “full circle,” with Snipes now officially in the film’s sequel.“Now [Wesley] is playing the General Izzi, the villain… crushing it,” Murphy said. “Eriq is too light-skinned to play that.”La Salle recently explained why wouldn’t be returning to the Coming to America sequel, telling the Grio, “I’m a little busy right now with this show,” referring to being an executive producer and director for hit shows like NBC’s Law & Order: SVU and Chicago P.D.Coming 2 America is set to hit theaters August 7, 2020. Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. View this post on Instagram A little #ComingToAmerica talk????A post shared by Wesley Snipes (@realwesleysnipes) on Nov 2, 2019 at 2:55pm PDT
¡Patrick Roberts, baja hasta febrero! EFE/Sport EN 08/12/2018 The young English attacker has lit up the league wih his electric football and earned a place in the side, but because of a hamstring injury in his right leg he suffered against Alaves on Wednesday in the Copa del Rey, he will be out until February. CET Girona will be without forward Patrick Roberts for between 8-10 weeks, the club said in a statement. IN SPORT.ES Roberts starred in the game which saw Girona reach the last 16 for the first time in 69 years. The forward is on loan from Manchester City. Upd. at 15:39
Former 3 time All Ireland winning hurling manager Cyril Farrell spoke to Keith Finnegan on Galway Bay FM this morning about the current difficulties between the Galway hurlers and management and says he hopes discussions and perhaps a mediator can yield a solution… https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/gbfm.podcasts/Cyril+Farrell.mp3print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Paul Conroy (Galway) and Austin Gleeson (Waterford) have been named the GAA/GPA Opel Players of the Month for June in football and hurling respectively. The players, both of whom were pivotal in leading their counties to provincial finals, saw off stiff competition to claim the accolades, awarded to them by the inter-county playing body. A man-of-the-match semi-final display against Clare from the talented Austin Gleeson helped secure a Munster final place for the Déise. The Mount Sion star produced an outstanding performance scoring six points as his side avenged their League final replay defeat to the same opposition. After a disappointing final, however, Waterford will be bidding to reignite their championship campaign against Wexford in the All-Ireland quarter-final on the 24th July.Commenting on the announcement, Dave Sheeran, Managing Director Opel Ireland said: “After a memorable month of displays by both Galway and Waterford, we are delighted to reward Paul and Austin with the Opel Player of the Month awards for June. Both are particularly deserving of the accolade, having put in outstanding performances for their respective counties. As proud partners of the GAA and GPA, we look forward to another exciting All-Ireland series and wish both players the very best of luck in the weeks ahead.”Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael Aogán Ó Fearghail continued: “Congratulations to Paul and Austin on being honoured with this award – an accolade made all the more significant by the fact that they have been chosen by their peers. They are deserving winners and both embody the spirit of what an Opel GAA GPA All-Star is about: which is to possess that something extra special capable of shaping the outcome of a game. We’ve enjoyed watching their individual flair light up their exploits for the Galway footballers and Waterford hurlers and look forward to seeing more of the same in their Championship battles ahead.” Paul Conroy delivered a commanding midfield performance against Mayo last month, a display recognised by his fellow players and one that helped deny Galway’s fiercest rivals the opportunity of a sixth successive Connacht SFC title. The Tribesmen will once again bid to claim the crown in Sunday’s final replay with Roscommon. Speaking about the Award winners, Dessie Farrell, Chief Executive of the GPA added: “Congratulations to Paul and Austin on their contributions to their respective counties’ successes last month. Both players were pivotal in those victories for Galway and Waterford and both will once again play vital roles in the provincial final and All-Ireland quarter-final challenges that lie ahead. Thanks to the players who selected the winners, to the nomination group who compiled the shortlist and to Opel for their continued support for the GAA/GPA All-Stars Awards scheme.” print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
William Burke of Galway Tri showed great grit to finish second overall only a handful of points down, he is sure to be back next year to try and win the title, Ray McNamara Liquid Motion Ballina has been steadily building form through the series and is bound to be a contender in the triathlon season ahead.With over 700 participants taking part in one or more of the rounds throughout the series, each event had a different character, some used off road trails, hilly forest paths or the greenway, participants that came from all over the country were thrilled with the courses with some brilliant feedback has been acknowledged, there were some gigantic battles between the various club/Teams this section is bound to grow as every team participant has a chance to help their squad total.The age categories section proved very competitive especially the over 40 category with a huge battles at each event right to the end of the series.Claremorris promoted the first round on December 28th with the LOTG, the winner for the 2nd year in a row was Anthony Murray Multisport Westport, Tri Lakes TC promoted Rd 2 in Knockma in late January with John Greaney Hurtlocker having a sprint victory over Cavan’s Triathlete Killian Heery.Mid February Ballinrobe hosted Rd 3, Killian Heery eventually got the win over John Greaney.Round 4 was staged in Cong using part of the beautiful Ashford castle grounds (Rory Mc Elroy getting married there ) with Killian Heery taking his 2nd win on the bounce.Westport Leisure park promoted the last round on a beautiful day in late March, probably the strongest field of the series took to the line with Stephen Donnelly Liquid Motion Ballina storming to one of his best ever victories, John Greany Hurtlocker was second and Westport own Sean Mc Loughlin third.Holding form for 3 months isn’t easy but for most of the athletes the series was the ideal building block for Triathlon racing which kicks off in May. The 5 event series was sponsored by Bridge Signs Ballinrobe; the graphic designer even made the national headlines with the work he did with Ashford castle ahead of the Mc Elroy wedding.In the ladies category Ballina Ironwoman Lorraine Carey again nearly took a clean sweep winning 4 out of 5 races; it took the national champion Heather Foley of Belfast the only woman who could match the Ballina flier. She even placed 3rd overall in the series a super achievement in itself, It’s no wonder she won a silver medal at the national Duathlon championships recently.The team classification proved popular, clubs had to have at least 5 finishers at each event, Multisport AM Westport looked to be sailing away with the title for the second year running but a big push from Ballina’s Liquid motion, Tri Lakes TC and Galway’s Hurtlocker team closed the gap, the last race was a four way battle with John Greaney leading home his squad for the team title.The Bridge Signs prize presentation was attended by the various winners and it was held recently at the Clewbay Hotel WestportMale prize winners1st Derek Joyce Galway Bay Cycling Club2nd William Burke Galway Triathlon Club3rd Ray McNamara Liquid Motion Triathlon Club4th Paul Joyce Tri Lakes Triathlon Club5th Ciarán Kilcullen Ballaghaderreen Cycling ClubUnplaced Over 401st Michael Hession Team Hurtlocker Galway2nd Declan Nolan Liquid Motion Triathlon ClubOver 50Martin Kinneavey Western Lakes Cycling ClubOverall Female prize winners1st Lorraine Carey Liquid Motion Triathlon Club2nd Mary Daly MultiSport by Anthony Murray3rd Jean O’Connor Galway Triathlon Club4th Marie Halpin MultiSport by Anthony Murray5th Michelle Reynolds Liquid Motion Triathlon ClubUnplaced Over 401st Susanne O’Beirne Lough Key Triathlon Club2nd Carole King Westport Leisure Park EventsOver 501st Caitlín Woods Swinford Triathlon ClubTeams overall1st Team Hurtlocker Galway2nd MultiSport by Anthony Murray Westport3rd Liquid Motion Triathlon Club BallinaCorporate teamMcHale Team BallinrobeRelay winners:Paul Coleman & Noel Jennings Hollymount WheelersThanks again to all the various sponsors of the individual events and to all the participants for taking part in the seriesPrizes sponsored by Bridge Signs Ballinrobe for the series.Full Race Results : www.raceface.ieprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Corofin man Derek Joyce believes the huge level of fitness and entrechat preparation required to complete the 8 stage An Post Ras stood to him well in Duathlon racing, even though both disciplines are as different as chalk and cheese in terms of duration and terrain. The Galway man was a complete novice when he entered at the first round of the Bridge Signs Ireland West Duathlon series, The Land of the Giants Duathlon held at Christmas was a baptism of fire for him but by the last event he gained in stature having his best result of the series at the Westport Duathlon on March 25th
Both teams started out anxiously and found it hard to get in to a rhythm. Israel took an early lead but Ireland stayed right behind them throughout the first quarter with help from the tenacious Hazel Finn who ran for every loose ball. Scores from Ciara Byrne and Siofra O’Shea kept Ireland in it as they trailed, 8-10, at the end of the first. Saturday, August 25thClassification Games Ireland Under 16 Women missed out on a quarter final spot after they were beaten by group winners Israel, in their final group game at the FIBA U16 Women’s European Championship, Division B in Podgorica, Montenegro. Ireland: Shauna Dooley, Kate Hickey (4), Abigail Rafferty (3), Ciara Byrne (5), Hazel Finn (6), Erin Maguire (2), Siofra O’Shea (12), Fatimah Akorede, Sinead Boyle (4), Lisa Blaney, Sadhbh Edwards Murphy (2), Gillian Wheeler. FIBA U16 Women’s European Championship Division B – ResultTuesday, August 21stGroup GamesIreland 38-52 IsraelFIBA U16 Women’s European Championship Division B – Fixtures(Note – All times listed are Irish times) Friday, August 24thClassification Games The second quarter saw a reinvigorated Israel team attempt to bury Ireland, as they have been doing to teams all tournament. However, Ireland did not give up and continued to play physically and mentally tough, going into halftime trailing, 16-19.The third quarter saw Israel begin to pull away from the girls in green. Their star player, Roni Zahut dazzled her way beyond the Irish defence multiple times to build a lead for her team. Fatimah Akorede and Byrne were strong on the boards for Ireland but Israel maintained their lead, heading into the final quarter, 22-37.Ireland attempted to fight back at Israel’s lead in the fourth. O’Shea stepped up to make big shots for her side along with Finn and Erin Maguire. Unfortunately for the girls in green, Israel continued to force turnovers and score, which lead to Ireland losing out, 38-52.Ireland will play for Classification 9-16 on Thursday. Their opponents have not been decided. Thursday, August 23rdClassification Games print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email