Mike Gordon To Join Phil Lesh & Friends At Terrapin Crossroads For ‘Big Bass Bash’

first_imgSan Rafael, CA venue Terrapin Crossroads has announced that Phish bassist Mike Gordon will join Phil Lesh & Friends for a special “Big Bass Bash” at the venue on Sunday, July 17th. The show will take place on the Back Porch Stage, and will see Gordon and Lesh joined by Jackie Greene, Barry Sless, Jason Crosby, and John Molo.Mike Gordon Talks Prince, New Phish Album, Dead & Company And MoreTaking on support duties for the event will be The Infamous Stringdusters with Nicki Bluhm and Midnight North. Gordon will be playing on a Phish off day as the group will have just finished a three-night run at The Gorge before beginning another three-night stint at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco on Monday, July 18th. Gordon is no stranger to Terrapin Crossroads, as the bassist has played the venue back in 2013 and 2014.Tickets are currently on sale and can be purchased here.Mike Gordon w/ Phil Lesh & Friends at Terrapin Crossroads “U.S. Blues” Live 10/26/14, courtesy of jshensa:last_img

Powell, Hope and Hetmyer among the runs on final day

first_imgBULAWAYO, Zimbabwe (CMC) – Kieran Powell and Kyle Hope got into gear with half-centuries, as West Indies had to settle for a draw with Zimbabwe A, in their three-day, tour match on yesterday.Powell hit the top score of 77 and Hope made 61 – before they both retired – to allow the Windies to declare their second innings on 263 for five on the final day of the match at the Bulawayo Athletic Club.Shimron Hetmyer gave the selectors a gentle nudge with 48, wicketkeeper/batsman Shane Dowrich battled for 37 not out and Jermaine Blackwood added 25, as they tried to gain valuable match practice in the only contest on the visitors’ schedule prior to the first Test against the hosts’ national side, starting on Saturday at the Queen’s Sports Club.The West Indies bowlers also got a chance for a final run-out and reduced the A-Team to 70 for four in their second innings, as they chased a highly improbable victory target of 457.Powell and Hope knuckled down for most of the morning period, after the Windies started the day on 74 for one.They put on 126 for the second wicket with little trouble before they both retired in the second hour of the day to offer the remaining batsman a final chance to get in their eyes.A fifth-wicket stand of 84 between Hetmyer and the embattled Dowrich increased the scoring rate and allowed the Caribbean side time in the final session to give their bowlers another spell in the middle.Shannon Gabriel, leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo, left-arm fast-medium bowler Raymon Reifer and Miguel Cummins each took one wicket to sign off the game with a bit of confidence, as they seek to keep Zimbabwe waiting for their first Test victory in four years.WEST INDIES 1st innings 336 for seven declaredZIMBABWE A 1st innings 143WEST INDIES 2nd innings (o/n 74 for one)K. Brathwaite b Masuku 2K. Powell retired out 77K. Hope retired out 61J. Blackwood c Chibhabha b Chinouya 25S. Dowrich not out 37S. Hetmyer c Chisoro b Burl 48R. Reifer not out 0Extras: (b-4, lb-3, nb-6) 13Total: (5 wkts decl, 68 overs) 263Fall of wickets: 1-3, 2-129, 3-172, 4-177, 5-261.Bowling: Mashinge 10-5-23-0 (nb-1), Masuku 6-1-29-1 (nb-3), Chibhabha 9-3-20-0 (nb-1), Mavuta 11-4-51-0, Nyumbu 15-1-53-0, Mutumbodzi 5-0-23-0 (nb-1), Chisoro 6-0-34-0, Chinouya 4-0-18-1, Burl 2-0-5-1.ZIMBABWE A (target: 457)B. Chari c wkp. Dowrich b Gabriel 5J. Chibhabha stp. Dowrich b Bishoo 24T. Musakanda c K. Hope b Reifer 12R. Burl c wkp. Dowrich b Cummins 4P. Moor not out 10R. Mutumbami not out 1Extras: (lb-8, nb-6) 14Total: (4 wkts, 27 overs) 70Fall of wickets: 1-10, 2-42, 3-52, 4-65.Bowling: Gabriel 4-0-12-1 (nb-1), Holder 4-2-6-0, Roach 3-0-12-0 (nb-2), Reifer 3-1-11-1 (nb-1), Bishoo 7-3-5-1 (nb-1), Cummins 3-0-11-1 (nb-1), Brathwaite 3-1-5-0.last_img