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

Spafford Announces 2019 Tour

first_imgSpafford has announced a 40-date winter tour! The Arizona jammers will traverse North America, hitting major markets, colleges, and ski towns, from January 30th through March 23rd.Following their upcoming New Year’s Eve run in Phoenix (12/30 & 12/31 at The Van Buren), Spafford will re-group in mid-January to perform on Jam Cruise. The winter tour will then kick off in Minneapolis at the Fine Line Music Cafe, with stops at Buffalo, NY’s Buffalo Iron Works; Philadelphia, PA’s Union Transfer; Washington, DC’s 9:30 Club; Atlanta, GA’s Variety Playhouse; Ft. Lauderdale, FL’s Culture Room; and Aspen, CO’s Belly Up; as well as two-night runs at Winter Park, CO’s Ullrs Tavern; Frisco, CO’s 10 Mile Music Hall; and San Rafael, CA’s Terrapin Crossroads to close the tour.In June, Spafford will join Umphrey’s McGee for the opening night of their annual three-show run at  Red Rocks Amphitheatre.Check out the full tour schedule below, and head to the band’s website for more information.SPAFFORD // WINTER TOUR 2019DECEMBER30 – Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren31 – Phoenix, AZ – The Van BurenJANUARY15-21 – Miami, FL – Jam Cruise 17 – SOLD OUT30 – Minneapolis, MN – Fine Line Music Cafe31 – Milwaukee, WI – Turner Hall BallroomFEBRUARY01 – Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue02 – Detroit, MI – Majestic Theatre05 – Cleveland, OH – Agora Ballroom06 – Buffalo, NY – Buffalo Iron Works07 – Syracuse, NY – Westcott Theater08 – Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer09 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club11 – Charlottesville, VA – The Southern12 – Charlotte, NC – Visulite Theatre14 – Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle15 – Asheville, NC – The Orange Peel16 – Athens, GA – Georgia Theatre17 – Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse20 – Jacksonville, FL – 1904 Music Hall21 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Culture Room22 – Tampa Bay, FL – The Orpheum23 – Orlando, FL – The Plaza Live24 – Pensacola, FL – Vinyl Music Hall26 – Tuscaloosa, AL – Druid City Music Hall27 – Knoxville, TN – Bijou Theatre28 – Oxford, MS – Proud Larry’sMARCH01 – Fayetteville, AR – George’s Majestic Lounge02 – Lawrence, KS – The Bottleneck06 – Aspen, CO – Belly Up Aspen07 – Winter Park, CO – Ullrs Tavern08 – Winter Park, CO – Ullrs Tavern09 – Frisco, CO – 10 Mile Music Hall10 – Frisco, CO – 10 Mile Music Hall13 – Jackson, WY – Pink Garter Theatre14 – Missoula, MT – Top Hat Lounge15 – Seattle, WA – Nectar16 – Portland, OR – Wonder Ballroom17 – Eugene, OR – WOW Hall20 – Bend, OR – The Domino Room21 – Crystal Bay, NV – Crystal Bay Club Crown Room22 – Chico, CA – Lost On Main23 – San Rafael, CA – Terrapin Crossroads24 – San Rafael, CA – Terrapin CrossroadsJUNE21 – Morrison, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre (w/ Umphrey’s McGee)View All Tour Dateslast_img

London Odds & Ends: Gemma Arterton to Host Oliviers; Imelda Staunton & Bunbury Return

first_img Good People, Starring Imelda Staunton, to Transfer to West End David Lindsay-Abaire’s Good People, starring Imelda Staunton and Lloyd Owen, will transfer from the Hampstead Theatre to London’s West End. Directed by Jonathan Kent, the production will play a limited 10-week engagement at the Noёl Coward Theatre. Previews begin April 10 with opening night scheduled for April 15. Gemma Arterton & Stephen Mangan to Host the Oliviers  Stage and screen stars Gemma Arterton and Stephen Mangan will host the 2014 Olivier Awards, the U.K’s version of the Tonys. The ceremony will take place on April 13 at London’s Royal Opera House. Bond girl Arterton will soon headline a new musical stage adaptation of Made in Dagenham, while Green Wing star Mangan is currently appearing in the West End’s Perfect Nonsense. Julie Walters will supply voiceovers for the evening. Here’s a quick roundup of London stories today. Bunbury’s Back! Revival of The Importance of Being Earnest Heads to London  Who doesn’t love Bunbury? A new revival of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, starring Nigel Havers, Martin Jarvis, Sian Phillips and Cherie Lunghi, is heading to the West End. The Lucy Bailey-directed production will begin performances on June 27, with opening night set for July 17. View Commentslast_img

Security video captures jail inmate trying to escape fall through ceiling

first_imgA security camera captured footage of a jail inmate’s apparent escape attempt from a holding room that ended with her falling through a ceiling and landing head-first in a trash can.The woman was climbing up a holding room wall, and suddenly the ceiling tiles fell to the floor. When guards noticed her legs hanging down, they grabbed her right away.Jessica Boomershine, 42, was charged with escape and vandalism, according to the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office in Ohio.Boomershine was being held in jail on charges of kidnapping and robbing an 85-year-old Dayton-area man last month, records show.last_img

FB : Syracuse looks to continue making progress in Spring Game

first_imgDoug Marrone isn’t speaking to some of the coaches on his staff. Players have been told not to divulge too much information to teammates who will be lining up on the other side of the ball. Plays and schemes are on thumb drives, not stored on hard drives, to ensure no one has access to the opposing side’s game plan.For a game that’s essentially a glorified practice, Marrone and Syracuse have pulled out all the stops to make the Orange’s Spring Game as intense as possible.‘We split the team up. It’s highly competitive,’ Marrone said. ‘…We really have two sides of the football going out there really not knowing how the other team is going to attack it.’Syracuse will wrap up its spring season with its annual Spring Game on Saturday at noon inside the Carrier Dome. Marrone said one of his goals was to make this game competitive. To do that, he has attempted to recreate what game weeks are typically like during the season.Marrone and defensive backs coach Donnie Henderson will be calling plays on wide receivers coach Rob Moore’s team. Assistant head coach John Anselmo will lead the opposing team, with offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett and defensive coordinator Scott Shafter handling play-calling duties on his side.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe team will take the field at about 11 a.m., stretch and warm up as a team and go through various drills before dividing into two sides. The game itself will be four 15-minute quarters with a running clock. Quarterbacks will be live only outside the pocket during the scrimmage.Overall, Marrone said he’s satisfied with the way SU’s spring season has gone, especially when it comes to the team’s chemistry among both the players and coaches.‘The spring’s been great. I think the goals that we were looking to develop,’ Marrone said. ‘… I think we have a much better feel of team chemistry, which is a big thing coming into the spring. I think it’s the highest it’s ever been, not only with the team chemistry but the coaches’ chemistry. I can’t be more excited about where we are right now.’Syracuse’s 49-23 win over then-No. 11 West Virginia sparked enormous expectations for a rising Orange program, but the team collapsed and lost its final five games to finish 5-7.Moving on from that forgetful end was a point of emphasis during the spring.Marrone only opened up one of Syracuse’s practices to fans and media. The head coach said he wanted to ‘try out some different things’ and didn’t want anyone to see something and quickly jump to label the team.Marrone also said he wanted to work on team chemistry, and with limited distractions, his players were more focused. Some of that, he said, might come from the disappointment from the last year ended.‘It’s been outstanding for whatever reason, I have no idea,’ Marrone said. ‘But the players have been more focused. I don’t know if it’s coming off the second half of the season last year and their determination to get things righted, or if it’s just less distractions.’The Orange will be without about 15 of its players who have been out for parts of or the whole spring, and will also only have nine linemen participating. Marrone said he won’t know who will be ready for the start of the season in the fall until the beginning of training camp.Syracuse will release a two-deep depth chart within two weeks after the Spring Game, Marrone said.Marrone also said neither side team will be looking to hold anything back. Both will run multiple attacking styles on offense and defense, essentially running whatever is currently in the Orange’s playbook.Marrone said Saturday will provide him a better gauge of how to prepare for the upcoming preseason. It’ll also wrap up what the head coach said was an ‘outstanding’ spring season, and continue to give SU a chance to accomplish the three goals Marrone has outlined for his players.‘We’re trying to get team chemistry, we’re trying to get more physical, and a toughness about ourselves,’ Marrone said. ‘I think all those three things have been accomplished with these 12 practices, 13 practices we’ve had.’[email protected] Published on April 20, 2012 at 12:00 pm Contact Chris: [email protected] | @chris_iseman Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img