The Jauntee Shares Live Recording From Rocking Boulder, CO Show [Listen]

first_imgBack in August, The Jauntee hit The Lazy Dog in Boulder, CO along a summer tour that took the band through the colorful state. As the band is known to share their show recordings, The Jauntee has just put out a recording of this rager!Opening with “Fearless,” the band got to work with some big jams and great musical moments. Check out the full audio below.<a href=””>2016-08-27 &#8211; Lazy Dog &#8211; Boulder, CO by The Jauntee</a>The Jauntee kick off a major tour tomorrow night in New Hampshire and will be out touring the East Coast through December 10th. They’ll be playing shows with greats like Twiddle, Consider the Source, Formula 5, lespecial and more! Check out the tour dates below.The Jauntee Fall Tour11/04 – Stone Church – Newmarket, NH~11/05 – Olive’s – Nyack, NY11/09 – Gypsy Sally’s – Washington, DC$11/10 – The Camel – Richmond, VA*11/11 – The Local – Boone, NC*11/12 – The Rabbit Hole – Charlotte, NC*11/13 – The Whiskey – Wilmington, NC*11/15 – Preservation Pub – Knoxville, TN*11/16 – IPA – Greenville, SC*11/17 – Asheville Music Hall – Asheville, NC*^11/18 – Nowhere Bar – Athens, GA*11/19 – Aisle 5 – Atlanta, GA*+11/22 – Brooklyn Bowl – Brooklyn, [email protected]/23 – State Theatre – Portland, ME#%11/25 – The Paradise – Boston, MA#11/26 – Penuche’s – Manchester, NH11/30 – The Southern – Charlottesville, VA12/01 – 622 North – Blacksburg, VA12/02 – 123 Pleasant St – Morgantown, WV$12/03 – James Street – Pittsburgh, PA12/06 – Beachland Tavern – Cleveland, OH12/07 – Buffalo Iron Works – Buffalo, NY12/08 – The Dock – Ithaca, NY12/09 – Funk N Waffles – Syracuse, NY12/10 – BRYAC – Bridgeport, CT~ w/ ELM$ w/ Wild Adriatic* w/ Mister F^ w/ Consider the Source+ w/ Universal [email protected] w/ Formula 5$ w/ Fletcher’s Grove# w/ Twiddle% w/ lespeciallast_img read more

Matisyahu To Play Intimate Late Night Show During Baker’s Dozen Run

first_imgIt doesn’t seem that long ago that Matisyahu was a burgeoning name on the scene, making a career-altering appearance with jam icon Trey Anastasio at Bonnaroo back in 2005. Now, twelve years later, the reggae-rock artist has toured the world over, released multiple albums, and evolved both personally and artistically. The former Phish tour kid will be playing a special late-night performance at NYC’s The Cutting Room following Phish’s performance at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday, August 2nd as part of their Baker’s Dozen run.Phishin’ With Matisyahu: How LSD “Turned My Entire World Inside Out”Matisyahu just released his latest album, Undercurrent, on May 19th, and will be on tour in support of the album throughout the summer. The album was created and produced by Matis and fellow band members Stu Brooks (bass, keys, musical director), Time Keiper (drums), and Aaron Dugan (guitar) only. No outside producers, no post-production — to put it plainly, no compromises and no frills. What came out of these sessions is music in its purest form, with special guest spots from friends and longtime collaborators BigYuki and Joe Tomino adding some timely flourishes throughout the album.Before Undercurrent, in September, Matis released the single “Love Born” (listen above) and discussed the track and its deeper meaning in context to both the good and bad that each of us goes through. “‘Love Born’ is about accepting pain and learning to transform it. It’s the ability to look back at one’s history and bring close those moments of pain and confusion and work with them in the present to evolve with strength to one’s future,” explains Matisyahu. “Life has no cushion, music has no net. This approach requires trust, patience, and a leap of faith that each player will listen to, and absorb what is happening around them, and be able to transform it into a collective whole.”Tickets for Matisyahu’s late-night performance at The Cutting Room are currently on-sale and can be purchased here. For show updates and additional information, join the Facebook Event page.Check out Our Official Guide To Phish Baker’s Dozen Late Nights for a full slate of what’s happening after the party ends at Madison Square Garden.last_img read more

Boxing looking to work with GOA president

first_imgAS it concerns today’s Guyana Olympic Association (GOA) elections, president of the GuyanaSteve NinvalleBoxing Association (GBA) Steve Ninvalle says his hope is that whoever is elected has the best interest of sports at heart, and the boxing fraternity will be looking to work with whoever is elected on the executive.Speaking with Chronicle Sport earlier this week, Ninvalle, who is out of the country, said that once the elections are democratic and the elected officials have the development of sports at heart then his Association looks forward to working with them.“My only hope is that the elections are run in a democratic way in keeping with the constitution and whosoever may win we are willing to work with that person.“Whoever wins I hope that sports will get its just and right support, and support doesn’t always come with finance and equipment; someone who has sports at heart and someone who can move us from point A to point B and get all the departments together to take us forward,” Ninvalle said.Unless a surprising upset presents itself today, from all appearance incumbent president K. A. Juman-Yassin is set to return to the helm of the GOA. He has indicated his intention to contest the post of presidency, while thus far no other candidate has publicly indicated any possibility of vying for the position.A lot of criticism has been directed at the GOA’s administration, particularly Yassin over the years. This condemnation intensified in the lead-up to the elections. Yassin has been the head of the Association since he took over in 1996.Some critics believe that Yassin must shoulder the blame for Guyana’s failure to perform creditably on the international scene. This lack of notable performance was brought to the fore with Guyana’s presentation at the Rio Olympics back in August of this year, where only one of the six participants made it into a final. Our one finalist was USA-born and bred, Troy Doris, who has Guyanese lineage through his parents.However, on that issue Ninvalle expressed that he does not believe that the blame for the failure of sports in Guyana can be laid at the feet of any one entity.“When you look at sports in Guyana it’s a multi-faceted thing. Until all hands are on deck we will keep casting blame left, right and centre. If all hands are not on deck we can’t take sports anywhere.“We cannot, and should not, blame anyone department alone for sports not to be taken anywhere. Getting sport from where it is to where we want it to be has to be a multi-faceted approach – with efforts from the government, the GOA, the private sector, and the Associations,” Ninvalle commented.The GOA Annual General Meeting (AGM) and elections will go down at 17:00hrs at the body’s Liliendaal headquarters, where representatives from a total of 23 sporting associations across Guyana are expected to vote in the new seven-member executive.The executive comprises the president, three vice-presidents, the secretary-general, the treasurer, and assistant secretary-treasurerThe 23 sporting fraternities expected to cast votes are athletics, badminton, baseball, basketball, bodybuilding, boxing, canoeing, cycling, fencing, football, hockey, judo, karate, netball, rifle-shooting, rugby, weightlifting, table tennis, taekwondo, lawn tennis, swimming, squash and volleyball.Each association is allowed two electors.last_img read more

South Korea seeks IOC ban on controversial Japan ‘Rising Sun’ flag

first_img Written By FOLLOW US Press Trust Of India 1 year ago BJP’s Shazia Ilmi shuts anti-India protestors in South Korea, says ‘don’t abuse our PM’ 11 months ago North Korea fires two projectiles after offering talks with US First Published: 11th September, 2019 18:45 IST COMMENT 1 year ago Rajnath Singh visits venue where Kim Jong-un, Moon Jae-in met LIVE TVcenter_img WATCH US LIVE A controversial flag became the latest sticking point in an intensifying dispute between South Korea and Japan on Wednesday as Seoul asked the International Olympic Committee to ban its use at the Tokyo Games next year.The ‘Rising Sun’ flag has been an ensign for Japan’s Maritime Self-Defence Forces since 1954, but in much of East Asia, it is seen as a symbol of the country’s military aggression during World War II. But last week, Tokyo’s Games organisers dismissed the claims that the emblem is a political statement and said they will allow the flag at the Olympics.READ | North Korea fires two projectiles after offering talks with USClear political symbol: Seoul Sports MinistryThat caused an uproar in South Korea, prompting it to lodge a formal complaint to the IOC. World football’s governing body FIFA has already banned the flag’s use. “We explained the history behind the flag and demanded it be banned during the Olympics,” Seoul’s sports ministry said in a statement. The flag was a “clear political symbol” that stirs up painful memories of Japan’s wartime atrocities, the ministry added, likening it to the “nightmares that the Nazi’s Swastika gives to Europeans”.READ | Rajnath Singh visits venue where Kim Jong-un, Moon Jae-in metKoreans remain deeply resentful of Japan’s 1910-45 colonisation of the peninsula and the neighbours — both of them US allies — are embroiled in a long-running dispute over wartime history.A trade war between Japan and South Korea The row spiralled into a bitter trade war in recent months after a series of South Korean court rulings ordering Japanese firms to pay for forced labour during Tokyo’s colonisation. The feud has seen Japan impose new restrictions on exports crucial to South Korean tech giants in July and led to the neighbours removing each other from their lists of trusted trade partners. South Koreans have since mounted a widespread boycott of Japanese goods, which saw a plunge in sales of Japanese cars and forced several airlines to suspend routes to their neighbour because of falling demand.READ | Japan: Typhoon Faxai kills 1, leaves over 40 injured in Tokyo regionSome lawmakers have pushed for a boycott of the Tokyo Olympics and a travel ban on the country, citing supposed radiation risks from the Fukushima disaster eight years ago. The South’s Olympic committee said last month it lodged a complaint to the Tokyo Games organisers over radiation risks at venues around Fukushima as well as the possibility of food produce grown in the region being served to athletes in the Olympic village. READ | New Jersey governor on India tour from September 13 1 year ago US ‘prepared to engage’ with North Korea in nuclear talks: Envoy Last Updated: 11th September, 2019 19:26 IST South Korea Seeks IOC Ban On Controversial Japan ‘Rising Sun’ Flag South Korea, on Wednesday, demanded the ban of the usage of a controversial Japan flag from the International Olympic Committee at the Tokyo Games next year. WE RECOMMEND 11 months ago Japan: Typhoon Faxai kills 1, leaves over 40 injured in Tokyo region SUBSCRIBE TO USlast_img read more