Next Saturday, March 5th, Railroad Earth will take the stage at NYC’s Playstation Theater in the heart of Times Square (tickets are available here). The roots and Americana-based “newgrass” jam band is made up of six highly talented musicians that can flat out write beautiful songs and take them to great heights, with their ability to stretch them out with some serious jamming. While the group doesn’t like to be labeled in one style or another, their songs are steeped heavily in the bluegrass, rock n’ roll, and celtic traditions.Whether it is Todd Sheaffer‘s skillful song craftsmanship, Tim Carbone‘s ethereal violin, the sound of John Skehan‘s alluring mandolin playing, Andy Goessling literally playing one of nine instruments, or the rhythm section of Carey Harmon on drums and Andrew Altman on upright/electric bass holding it down, one thing is for certain: when all of the pieces come together it makes for a transcendental experience. Railroad Earth’s music simply takes you on a enchanted journey of epic proportions.With five studio albums under their belts, along with the extremely popular live album Elko, Railroad Earth was also brought in to record last year’s highly-acclaimed album Ashes & Dust by Allman Brothers Band/Gov’t Mule’s Warren Haynes, which was followed by a tour in support of the record. In other words, this isn’t a show that you want to miss.Warren Haynes and Railroad Earth Debut ‘Ashes & Dust’ At Intimate Town Hall PerformanceJoining Railroad Earth for the NYC show will be Scranton-based bluegrass outfit Cabinet. The group has been gaining a lot of recognition over the last couple of years, touring all over the country while releasing their third studio album Celebration in early 2015. Make sure to get to the show for Cabinet’s opening set, as there is sure to be plenty of boot-stomping and drinking of barley-laced ales during their set (well, really the entire night). Railroad Earth, Twiddle & More Tapped For Cabinet’s Susquehanna Breakdown FestivalRailroad Earth and Cabinet hit the PlayStation Theater in New York, NY on March 5th. For tickets and more information, be sure to head here.Railroad Earth – “Mighty River” from their OurVinyl Sessions:Cabinet “Celebration”, the title track of their 2015 studio album:Enter to Win Tickets:
The real reason Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny went on strike Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny has refused to take part on the club’s pre-season tour of America (Picture: Getty)Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny went on strike in the belief the club had priced him out of a potential return to France.The 33-year-old stunned Unai Emery when he informed the Spaniard he was refusing to take part in the club’s pre-season tour of America having reported for training earlier this week.Emery reacted furiously and immediately informed Arsenal’s head of football Raul Sanllehi, who sanctioned the decision to publish a statement condemning Koscielny’s actions.It read: ‘Laurent Koscielny has refused to travel to the US for our pre-season tour.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement SPONSORED Read More More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘We are very disappointed by Laurent’s actions, which are against our clear instructions.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘We hope to resolve this matter and will not be providing any further comment at this time.’Arsenal subsequently flew to the States without their long-serving centre-half who will now train with the Under-23s while a resolution is sought.Koscielny, who has 12 months left on his current deal, wants to return to France after nine years in north London, amid interest from the likes of Lyon and Bordeuax.ESPNFC claim Arsenal want £10m for their want-away skipper, a fee which is likely to put off Koscielny’s suitors given he turns 34 in September and only recovered from a career threatening Achilles injury, which kept him out for eight months, back in December.The former Lorient defender is also said to feel his playing schedule was mismanaged following the injury he suffered during the 2018 Europa League semi final second leg against Atletico Madrid, and is dismayed at the direction in which the club is headed.Arsenal have signed only Brazilian teenager Gabriel Martinelli so far this summer and risk losing long-term target William Saliba after Tottenham made a late attempt to hijack a deal that was on the verge of completion.A move for Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney also appears to have stalled, while attempts to prise Wilfried Zaha from Crystal Palace have failed after a £40m opening offer was rejected, while the Eagles are not interested in any of the players Arsenal were willing to offer up in part exchange.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal by Metro / Coming Next Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 13 Jul 2019 1:37 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link24Shares About Connatix V67539 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Video Settings Read More PLAY 1 min. story Skip Comment Advertisement Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Read More Top articles Full Screen Read More Skip Ad Read More Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling 1/1
Oldenburg, In. — The Mother Theresa Hackelmeier Leadership Award was established in 2006 and is given to someone whose dedicated service demonstrates outstanding leadership in support of the Academy as first exemplified by the foundress, Mother Theresa Hackelmeier.This year’s recipient is Mr. Scott Lamping. Over his many years serving as the President of OASIS (OA’s athletic booster organization) he has been the primary driver of moving this group forward in fulfilling its mission to raise the profile of and funds for OA athletics. In his decade of service, OASIS has raised over $170,000. This money funds uniforms, equipment, entrance fees and special projects, such as refinishing the gym floor, purchasing another mini-bus and building the storage/practice barn. OA President Diane Laake states: “Scott’s willingness to seek new initiatives, to inspire others to step up and lean in, and to always go above and beyond has enabled OASIS to be one of the most trusted and respected organizations in the area. We are so grateful!”The award was presented at the 29th annual Dinner Auction held at OA on February 24, 2018.
Our Sports ReporterGUWAHATI: The third day of the Ranji Trophy tie between Assam and Tripura witnessed a dramatic turn as 14 wickets fall on a track which was a paradise for the batsmen during the first two-day.Tripura scored 387-7 on day I and later they took their score to 497 before getting out on second day. Assam were 162-1 in their first innings at stumps on day II at ACA stadium, Barsapara.However, on third day it was the bowlers who dominated the match. Assam today bowled out 283 in their first innings. Tripura too is struggling in the second innings and were 76-5 at stumps on day III.Assam started their day’s proceeding from their overnight score 162-1. Opener Rishav Das finally scored a century in the season but Tripura managed to capture wickets on regular basis at the other end. Captain Gokul Sharma (41) ran out himself adding just five runs on team’s overnight total and thereafter host lost wickets one after another. Promising batsmen Riyan Parag (12) and Saahil Jain (14) failed to stay long and they were quickly followed by Wasiqur Rahman (8) and Rajjakuddin Ahmed (4) which brought Assam to 233-6.However, Rishav Das managed to stay focus in the game and picked up his first century of the season. Earlier also he reached close to score century twice this season but on both the occasions he failed to reach three-figure score. This time he made no mistake and picked up his second first class hundred. Rishav altogether faced 283 balls to score 132 runs and there were 15 hits to the fence. Ranjeet Mali (16) and Siddharth Sarmah (11) played small but crucial innings at the fag end of the innings.Among the bowlers of Tripura, Harmeet Singh came out with best bowling figure. Harmeet bowled 35 overs in the innings and picked up 6-110.Tripura made poor start in the second innings and were 76-5 at stumps when the day’s play ended little early because of poor light. The side were once 5-37 but Milind (36no) put little resistance and helped Tripura to avoid losing of wickets further. Mukhtar Hussain picked up 3-41 and Ranjeet Mali collected the remaining two wickets. Visitors are now leading by 290 runs and five wickets in their hand.Also Read: Solid start by Assam in the run chase against Tripura in Ranji Trophy tie Also Watch: Six-mile to Ganeshguri Road Closed due to Overbridge construction; Public inconvenienced.