Twiddle Announces Expansive 2018 Fall Tour

first_imgToday, Twiddle has announced the dates for their expansive fall tour, which will span from the end of August through to the beginning of October. In recent months, the Vermont-based jam act has been busy, collaborating with Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh and his son Grahame Lesh at Red Rocks and performing a series of collaborative concerts with their outfits, Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band and Midnight North, under the banner “Unbroken Train.”For Twiddle’s newly announced fall tour, the band will kick things off with a two-night run with stops in Branford, Connecticut, on August 30th and Westerly, Rhode Island, on August 31st. Following a brief break, the band will reconvene on the road in mid-September with stops in West Virginia, Virginia, and North Carolina from September 13th to 15th. Continuing southward, the band will play Athens, Georgia, on September 17th ahead of a five-night run in Florida spanning September 19th to 23rd.Twiddle will continue to Greenville, South Carolina, on November 26th before returning to Georgia for a performance in Atlanta the following night. To finish out the southern leg of their fall tour, the band will roll through Nashville, TN; Birmingham, AL; and Chattanooga, TN, wrapping up on September 30th. From there, to close out the tour, the group will mount a three-night run across the Midwest, stopping in Indianapolis and Cleveland before their tour closer in Covington, Kentucky, on October 5th.Tickets for the band’s recently announced fall tour go on sale this Friday, July 13th, at 10 a.m. (MT). For more information and ticketing, head to Twiddle’s website here.last_img read more

Athletics could be better off without Bolt says Carl Lewis Former…

first_imgFormer American athletics star, Carl Lewis, says the sports of athletics may well be better off with the departure of triple world record holder Usain Bolt.Bolt retired after the recently concluded London World Championships where he only managed to earn a bronze medal in the 100 meters.But Lewis is adamant that participants of the sport must hurry and put the recent departure of Bolt, claiming there is a unique opportunity for things to be even better off.Track and field pundits have argued that will Bolt’ throwing in his spikes he will never be replaced he can never be replaced.  Over his ten-year professional career Bolt was the darling of the sport where he entertained and thrilled with scintillating runs and his inimitable antics.“The sport is not just about one person. Nobody is irreplaceable. Track and field survived many civilizations. Jesse Owens, Carl Lewis, Michael Johnson and now Usain Bolt. Men will all come and go but the sport will always remain,” Lewis told PTI.“We need to do more to build on the sport. We don’t need to follow that trend that we have been in the last eight years, which was just about following one person,” he added.“Our job is to fill the void. In the last 10 years, the sport has not grown as the focus was just on one man. The point is we need to build competition. We now have a unique chance to rebuild and grow our sport. Now we have a chance to make a difference, grow our sport and not just grow yourself.”last_img read more

Serie A giants line up summer swoop for Sunderland star

first_img1 Roma are eyeing up a move for Sunderland left-back Patrick van Aanholt, according to reports in Italy.The Dutch international has been a standout performer during a difficult season for the Black Cats and the north east club will struggle to keep hold of him should they be relegated to the Championship.According to Tutto Mercato, Roma want to sign on-loan full-back Lucas Digne on a permanent basis from Paris Saint-Germain this summer but will turn their attentions to landing Van Aanholt if that deal falls through.The former Chelsea man signed for Sunderland for £1.5m in 2014 and has emerged as a fans’ favourite at the Stadium of Light.The 25-year-old has made 35 appearances for club and country this season, netting on three occasions. But the defender is keeping his options open and a move to Italy, with the possibility of Champions League football next term, is likely to be enough to persuade Van Aanholt to sign on the dotted line. Patrick van Aanholt: The Netherlands left-back has made 35 appearances for club and country this season last_img read more