The Daze Between Band With Krasno, Schools, Trucks, Medeski, & Hamilton To Be Free Webcast

first_imgZONK Is Not Just A Game, It’s A CultureThe Legendary Underground Game of Zonk is a 35-year-old underground cannabis board game in which “HITS” of cannabis are earned during a competitive race to 10,000 points. The game is owned by Sibannacal Life and, together, they work diligently to bridge the gap between the cannabis industry and the jam band community by, among other things, providing value-added VIP Productions to festivals such as Fool’s Paradise and, most recently, Brainquility Music Festival. Sibannacal Life also produced the ZonkFamily Conference—a day of art, music, and cannabis education—last summer, which featured The Main Squeeze, The Heavy Pets, and many others. The Legendary Underground Game of Zonk is available at www.gameofzonk.com. Stand by, as there is MUCH MORE to come! Eric Krasno is bringing The Daze Between Band back to New Orleans, and this year, the virtuosic guitar player from Soulive and Lettuce has curated not one but two special nights during Jazz Fest. On Wednesday, May 2nd, Krasno, Dave Schools, and Duane Trucks have tapped famed organist/keyboardist John Medeski and versatile Joe Russo’s Almost Dead guitarist Tom Hamilton to join them for an intimate, sold-out performance at One Eyed Jack’s.However, for fans shut out from the sold-out event or unable to make it down to The Crescent City for the show, fear not. Today, Live For Live Music has announced that the first Daze Between show on Wednesday, May 2nd, will be streamed for FREE and presented by The Legendary Underground Game of ZONK, the 35-year-old, dice-rolling, cannabis board game that flooded through the scene over the past few years.The ZONK webcast will be live on Live For Live Music’s YouTube channel in addition to a Facebook Live stream on Live For Live Music’s Facebook page or ZONK’s Facebook page, with music lovers able to tune in at the start of the show at 10 p.m. (CT). You can also watch an embed of the show’s stream below.On Thursday, May 3rd, Krasno, Trucks, and Schools will join forces once again at The Howlin’ Wolf, with Medeski and Hamilton swapping out for epic guitar prodigy Marcus King and his trusty keys player in the Marcus King Band, Deshawn “D’Vibes” Alexander. With these two top-notch lineups (and we’re assuming some special-guest tricks up his sleeve), Krasno will once again deliver the goods for the revelers at Jazz Fest during these two highly anticipated Daze Between show. Tickets for the second Daze Between show on Thursday, May 3rd—which is also doubling as the official Jam Cruise lineup announcement party—are still available and can be purchased here. You can check out our late night guide for a comprehensive list of what New Orleans has to offer during Jazz Fest!last_img read more

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Eagles striker dumps Greek Club Aris Thessaloniki

first_img Ideye has scored 12 goals from 30 appearances for Ariz in all competitions but failed to help the club claim any trophy as they were knocked out of Greek Cup in the semifinals. They also failed to live up to expectations in the Greek Super six as lost 2-0 to PAOK last weekend. read also:Ideye demands response from Aris after Olympiacos defeat The club will now prosecute their last three games of the season against Panathinaikos, AEK Athens, and Olympiakos without Brown Ideye. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Striker Brown Ideye has reportedly ended his stay at Greek Super League club Aris Thessaloniki, after just twelve months with the club. Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemDisney’s Live-Action Simba Was Based On The Cutest Lion Cub Ever10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By OdeithWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?The Absolute 10 Greatest Shows In HBO HistoryWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyThe 9 Best Robots In Movie HistoryThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest Pocket The 31-year-old decided to move on from the Yellow-Blacks after his current deal expired on June 30th, 2020. Reports revealed that the former Dynamo Kiev man rejected a new offer that will keep him at the club until the end of the 2019-2020 season. Ideye joined the club last summer after leaving Chinese Super Lig side Tianjin Teda, where he endured a torrid spell.Advertisement Loading… last_img read more

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Clean Sweep Bumrah, Rohit star as India complete 5-0 win vs Kiwis

first_imgMount Maunganui: Indian pacers led by Jasprit Bumrah fired in unison to help India script an unprecedented 5-0 series whitewash with a seven-run victory against New Zealand in the fifth and final T20I here on Sunday.With the series already in the bag after they won the first four matches of the five-match series, skipper Virat Kohli decided to rest in the final game with deputy Rohit Sharma leading the charge.India, electing to bat first, rode Rohit’s fifty to post 163/3 in 20 overs.Rohit had to retire hurt on 60 off 41 deliveries (3×3, 3×3) after he suffered from cramps and initially decided to continue, only to soon realize he can no longer run. He did not come out to field with K.L. Rahul taking over the captaincy role.The dashing opener, batting at No.3 in this game, led from the front along with Rahul whose purple patch continued as he made 45 off 33 balls (4×4, 2×6) as India posted a challenging total.It was then over to the Indian pace trio of Bumrah, who returned magical figures of 3/12, Navdeep Saini (2/23) and Shardul Thakur (2/38) to restrict the hosts despite a Shivam Dube over going for 34 runs.Chasing 164 for victory, the Kiwis were reduced to 17/3 before Ross Taylor (53) and Tim Seifert (50) got together for a 99-run fourth-wicket partnership.Martin Guptill (2) was the first to go, trapped in front by Bumrah. Fellow opener Colin Munro (15) followed suit as he was castled by Washington Sundar. Tom Bruce (0) was run out in a horrible mix up between him and Seifert before Taylor, playing his 100th T20I, joined the wicketkeeper-batsman and steadied things for the Black Caps.New Zealand’s chase was given wings by Dube who leaked a whopping 34 runs in the 10th over, forcing Rahul to rue his decision of giving him the ball.Dube was taken to the cleaners by Seifert and Taylor as the Kiwis reached 98/3, needing 66 off 60 balls.Saini broke the stand in the 13th over just after Seifert got to his fifty, having him caught at midwicket by Sanju Samson.In the next over, Bumrah clean-bowled Daryl Mitchell with an inch-perfect yorker and started New Zealand’s downfall.Shardul Thakur removed Mitchell Santner and Scott Kuggeleijn in the same over and Navdeep Saini put a lid to Kiwis’ ambitions of winning at least one game in the series by having Taylor caught behind. New Zealand finished with 156/9 in 20 overs. IANSAlso Read: Waited for the bowler to make a mistake: Rohit SharmaAlso Watch: Watch | First Reaction of Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Union Budget 2020last_img read more

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Reineke throws another Badger block party

first_imgBRYAN FAUST/Herald photoTaylor Reineke is at it again for the Wisconsin volleyball team. After a successful sophomore campaign where she earned All-Big Ten honors and led the conference with 1.72 blocks per game, the six-foot-three middle blocker has begun this season right where she left off last year. Through the team’s first 16 games, Reineke is leading the Big Ten in blocks per game once again, with 1.71 and an even more impressive 2.20 blocks per game in conference play.”I really love blocking, that’s my favorite thing to do,” Reineke said. “I’m a middle blocker, that’s my job. I really work hard every day in practice and I always strive to get better in that area of my game. “It feels good to be on top, but I have to work hard to stay there because there are a lot of really good blockers in the Big Ten.”Reineke’s love for the game began when she used to watch her babysitter play volleyball as a child, and she has grown from there.”In sixth grade I tried out for a club (team), West Suburban in Illinois,” Reineke said. “I played there for a couple of years but it wasn’t really competitive.”Through the urging and support of her parents and older brother, Reineke continued to play and appreciate the game more and more.”I joined Sports Performance (club team) my freshman year of high school and it was really intense,” Reineke said. “That’s where I learned to love the game and play for my teammates.”When it came time to choose a college to play volleyball at, Wisconsin was an easy decision to make. “I always say [Wisconsin] chose me. I love this school,” Reineke said. “I think it was my second visit and every other school I went to after didn’t compare to Wisconsin. The atmosphere is incredible. The lakes are so beautiful. It’s a great atmosphere to be in. I wouldn’t pick any other school.”And Reineke has been able to step right in and make an impact from the first time she stepped on the court.”Taylor is an extremely hard worker and she has been ever since she got here,” head coach Pete Waite said. “Obviously what she brings in the stat line is the great blocking and great offensive high hitting percentage. She brings us speed. She is very fast latterly from side to side blocking … the combination of her speed and her work ethic and her attitude has just been great for us.”With a successful season last year and a hot start to this year, Reineke has not let her success take her focus off the team goals.”I don’t really focus on individual achievements,” Reineke said. “I would rather focus on team achievements. I don’t really care about the All-Big Ten or the All-American. I really care about winning, maybe a Big Ten title.” Even though Reineke does not focus on individual achievements, she still knows what an honor it is to make the All-Big Ten team.”It’s always an honor to make the Big Ten team,” Reineke said. “It’s a great achievement. It’s not that I’m not appreciative of it because I am, but I don’t want to focus on it and let it ruin my game. I’d rather think about my team.”However, Reineke is never completely satisfied with her game and is always looking to get better. “I came back this year as a junior, wanting to keep improving my blocking,” Reineke said. “I wanted to have better numbers than last year. Also, offensively I need to get better and put up better numbers on the board.”Reineke has also added more to her game this year — serving and back row defense. “This is the first year she has been able to serve in the back court and play a little defense and she earned that spot,” Waite said. “It was something she had to get better at and she did. We’re seeing her improve every week.”Last Friday versus No. 14 Ohio State, Reineke recorded career block 400, becoming the second fastest to do so in school history, but it’s her winning attitude and “team first” mentality that has helped her evolve into one of the team’s leaders this season.”Just by watching her play hard every single time we are on the court, everybody works harder around her,” Waite said. “She really hates to lose, so she fights hard on every single play. She is on her teammates to push themselves also.”last_img read more

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