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Watch String Cheese Honor Their Roots For Sunday Morning Hulaween Set [Videos]

first_imgThe String Cheese Incident built their fan base like they built their sound, one step at a time, and Suwannee Hulaween‘s three straight days of jamming gave them ample opportunity to show ALL their skills. Though Cheese may be known for their ability to blend wildly differing sonic genres under one cohesive roof, at their heart, they’re a bluegrass band. It’s fitting that they went on to become a band of many faces since bluegrass itself contains elements of classical, traditional and folk music of all the homelands of the frontier settlers of the North American continent. For Sunday’s set at Hulaween, the band traditionally celebrates their humble string based roots during their daylight “Morning” set, and this year did not disappoint.Guitarist Billy Nershi and mandolin and fiddle player Michael Kang, the two Cheese heads most connected to the bluegrass origins of the band were clearly enjoying the showcase, though the full band was in fine form as a unit. Nershi danced his little dances while Kang bit hard into the dense instrumental passages the tunes afforded him. Kyle Hollingsworth proved once again that adding an organ to bluegrass creates a gospel sound both compelling and original, while percussionists Jason Haan and Michael Travis had both the hardest and easiest of times as they were the least foreshadowed in the bluegrass make up while Keith Moseley more than managed to cover the sound of an upright bass with his electrified thumping.Check out this wide assortment of bluegrass standards and songs done in Cheese’s stylized take on the genre courtesy of our own Rex-A-Vision, all from the heart of Hulaween, The Spirit Of The Suwannee Music Festival. After you finish these clips, check out this pro-shot clip of their Saturday “Rollover-Space Jam” encore from Saturday and these clips of their guest Rayland Baxter‘s sit in on Friday night for more Cheese-y goodness.String Cheese Incident “White Freightliner Blues”String Cheese Incident “Whiskey Before Breakfast”String Cheese Incident “Water”last_img read more

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Inter to announce Victor Moses six months loan deal today

first_imgNigerian winger Victor Moses will be officially announced as an Inter Milan player on Wednesday morning, January 22,  according to a report from Sky Sport Italia.Advertisement Loading… Promoted ContentBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Can Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?7 Mysterious Discoveries From All Around The WorldWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterMesmerizing Wedding Looks From Different CountriesDid You Notice How Natural Simba’s Movements Looked In The Movie?Top 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty Pennycenter_img The ex-Super Eagles star has already underwent – and passed – his Inter medical and has also signed an initial six month loan deal on Tuesday evening, Tuesday, January 21, with a €12 million option to buy the 2013 AFCON star  from Premier League side Chelsea in the summer.The experienced Nigerian international, who is a two-time Europa League and Premier League winner at Stamford Bridge, will be officially announced as a Nerazzurri player on Wednesday morning once all the relevant documentation has went through.Moses will become Inter’s second addition of the January transfer window and will be joining Ashley Young in joining Inter.This campaign Moses has made seven appearances across all competitions whilst out on loan at Turkish Super Lig giants Fenerbahce.Medical Complete for Victor Moses ahead of his move to #Inter pic.twitter.com/79xXtZJ84n— The European Transfer Zone (@FootballTC2) January 21, 2020Read Also:Victor Moses lands in Milan for Inter medicalIn 504 minutes on the field, the former Wigan Athletic winger contributed a single goal and also a single assist.Interestingly, if the move see the light of the day, it will arguably suits all parties as Chelsea could pocket a decent fee this summer, while the player himself will get a chance to secure a prominent role with Inter after several loan moves away from the West London dwellers.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

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Syracuse prepares to face toughest test yet in Duke forward Azurá Stevens

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Isabella Slim’s corner 3 fell short of the basket and deflected off the nearside of the rim. Briana Day tried corralling the rebound with just her right hand since she hadn’t fully fended off Anushka Maldonado.The ball tipped off Day’s fingertips and into Maldonado’s. Texas Rio Grande Valley’s 6-foot-1 center had beaten Syracuse’s 6-foot-4 center as Maldonado grabbed her first of nine rebounds against the Orange.It was a reflection of what could happen if Day doesn’t get in the right positions, especially against even bigger forwards in conference play.“Sometimes it’s not about boxing out, it’s about getting in open areas,” Day said. “That’s a big part about playing someone bigger than you is getting into bigger areas, because I lose the body size challenge so I have to get into small gaps.”The Orange (10-3) faces its first Atlantic Coast Conference opponent in No. 12 Duke (11-3) and dynamic 6-foot-6 forward Azurá Stevens on Sunday at 1 p.m. in the Carrier Dome. Stevens can create plays both on the inside of the floor and the outside, making it a team-wide responsibility to stop her, SU head coach Quentin Hillsman said.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textStevens averages 18.2 points, but her 8.9 rebounds (second in ACC) are what could provide trouble on the inside for Day, who averages eight boards (fourth in ACC).Stevens is accounting for nearly 25 percent of Duke’s points and is also the most efficient player in the conference, according to WBBState.com. She’s scored in double digits in 28 straight games, the longest active streak in the ACC by more than 10 games.“She pops to the top and shoots the ball just as much as she does anything down toward the baseline,” Hillsman said. “She’s just a multi-dimensional player.”SU has already faced dominant players in Washington guard Kelsey Plum and Maryland center Brionna Jones. Plum leads Division I with 28.1 points per game and is even more efficient than Stevens. Jones averages a more balanced 14.9 points and nine rebounds. But Plum mostly did her damage on the perimeter and Jones in the paint.Stevens presents a challenge SU hasn’t seen yet with more height and a more varied skill set.“She’s a great player,” Hillsman said. “She has great size, can shoot the ball, she can put the ball on the floor.”Because Syracuse plays a 2-3 zone, defending Stevens won’t come down to one individual, but how Day anchors the middle of the floor could go a long way in winning the rebounding battle. In three losses this season, SU has been outrebounded by 47.Day said her approach won’t change against bigger players like Stevens in conference play, but she recognizes her positioning has to be even better.“Just move my feet, really just stay active,” Day said of defending bigger players. “That’s all really you can do and not foul.”Against Syracuse as a freshman last year, Stevens scored 12 points and had six defensive rebounds in a 74-72 Duke win, but this year she is even better.The Orange will start conference play with its toughest challenge yet, but Hillsman said he doesn’t plan on changing his defensive strategies, unless he needs to in the middle of the game.“We’re going to play our zone, we’re going to press and we’re going to run,” Hillsman said. “And if we can do that effectively, we’re going to win the basketball game. If we don’t do it, we’re going to struggle.” Comments Published on January 2, 2016 at 3:49 pm Contact Paul: [email protected] | @pschwedslast_img read more

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