Reed Mathis’ Electric Beethoven To Make Colorado Debut Next Week

first_imgReed Mathis’ Electric Beethoven recently came on the scene and has been taking the jam world by storm as of late. With re-imagined workings of the classical composer Ludwig van Beethoven‘s 3rd and 6th Symphonies, Mathis, along with keyboardist Todd Stoops (RAQ), drummer Jay Lane (Primus/RatDog), and guitarist Clay Welch, go on improvisational explorations to the deepest depths of each individual movement.Getting To Know Electric Beethoven: An Interview With Reed MathisThe CDM (Classical Dance Music) quartet will be making their Colorado debut next week, with a pair of shows at Denver’s Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom on Nov. 12th and 13th, followed by a performance at Fort Collins’ Hodi’s Half Note on Nov. 14th. Expect to go on a musical journey.Coming off of two major performances at Brooklyn Comes Alive and a marathon of a show at New York City’s DROM last week, Mathis and company are primed and ready to blast off. This is not the type of performance you see everyday, so do yourself a favor and check this project out. This is jam on a whole other level.Purchase tickets to the Cervantes shows here, and Hodi’s Half Note here.Cervantes FB Event Page for updates and additional info.Hodi’s Half Note FB Event Page for updates and additional info.Check out “Finale” from the group’s Brooklyn Comes Alive performance:last_img read more

Karn, Bumrah carry Mumbai into fourth IPL final

first_imgTHE 2017 IPL final will be a repeat of Tuesday’s first qualifier, with Mumbai Indians facing Rising Pune Supergiant.Mumbai Indians made the most of a second chance to reach the Indian Premier League final, beating Kolkata Knight Riders by six wickets in yesterday’s qualifier in Bangalore.The table-toppers at the end of the regular season, Mumbai, lost on home soil to Rising Pune Supergiant in Tuesday’s opening play-off fixture.However, Rohit Sharma’s side will now get another crack at the Supergiant in Hyderabad on Sunday, thanks largely to Karn Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah, who were chiefly responsible for limiting Kolkata to a paltry total of 107.Spinner Karn returned 4-16 from four overs, while Bumrah claimed 3-7 from three as the Knight Riders failed to build any momentum.Ishank Jaggi (28) and Suryakumar Yadav (31) were the only batsmen to make any impact, their sixth-wicket stand of 56 at least giving Kolkata something to defend.Yet it was no surprise to see Mumbai reach their target with relative ease, in the 15th over, Krunal Pandya (45 not out) and skipper Rohit (26) having done the bulk of the work.KKR initially slumped to 31-5, Karn doing much of the damage as he followed up by dismissing Sunil Narine in his first over and ousting Gautam Gambhir and Colin de Grandhomme with successive balls during his next set of six.Jaggi and Suryakumar provided a glimmer of hope for their team, but another collapse was triggered when the former holed out to long-on off Karn in the 15th over.A mighty pulled six from Nathan Coulter-Nile off Mitchell Johnson took the score into three figures amid the flurry of wickets – the maximum proving nothing more than minor irritation for the bowler, who gained his revenge two deliveries later.Mumbai’s initial progress in reply was uncertain, Piyush Chawla trapping Lendl Simmons lbw and bowling Ambati Rayudu inside the first six overs, either side of Parthiv Patel edging Umesh Yadav behind.Rohit and Krunal responded superbly, though, and the result was inevitable from the moment Chawla was taken for 16 in the 11th over. (Sportsmax)last_img read more