Turkuaz Announces 2019 Summer Tour Dates

first_imgBrooklyn-based nine-piece funk powerhouse Turkuaz has announced a new batch of 2019 summer tour dates, which will connect the dots from the band’s previously announced Red Rocks Amphitheatre performance to an appearance at Snowshoe, WV’s inaugural 4848 Festival.Following their Red Rocks gig opening for Umphrey’s McGee, Turkuaz will make stops at Salt Lake City, UT’s State Room (6/26); Bozeman, MT’s Rialto (6/28); Missoula, MT’s Top Hat Lounge (6/29); Sandpoint, ID’s The Hive (7/4); Whitefish, MT’s Remington Bar (7/5 & 7/6); followed by their previously scheduled performance at 4848 Festival. Following the newly added dates, Turkuaz will make appearance at Burlington, VT’s Tumble Down (7/27); Thornville, OH’s Werk Out Music & Arts Festival (8/1); Telluride, CO’s Jazz Festival (8/10); Cockeysville, MD’s Hot August Music Festival (8/17); Tuscaloosa, AL’s Druid City Music Festival (8/24); and Aspen, CO’s Jazz Aspen Snowmass (9/1).Tickets for the newly announced shows go on sale this Friday, March 25th at 10 a.m. local time.For more information and a full list of Turkuaz’s upcoming tour dates, head to the band’s website. Turkuaz 2019 Summer Tour Dates:JUN 22 SATRed Rocks ColoradoMorrison, CO, United StatesJUN 26 WEDThe State RoomSalt Lake City, UT, United StatesJUN 28 FRIRialto TheatreBozeman, MT, United StatesJUN 29 SATTop Hat LoungeMissoula, MT, United StatesJUL 4 THUThe HiveSandpoint, ID, United StatesJUL 5 FRIThe Remington BarWhitefish, MT, United StatesJUL 6 SATThe Remington BarWhitefish, MT, United StatesJUL 13 SAT4848 FestivalSnowshoe, WV, United StatesJUL 27 SATTumble DownBurlington, Vermont, United StatesAUG 1 THUThe Werk Out Music & Arts FestivalThornville, OH, United StatesAUG 10 SATTelluride Jazz FestivalTelluride, CO, United StatesAUG 17 SATHot August Music FestivalCockeysville, MD, United StatesAUG 24 SATDruid City Music FestivalTuscaloosa, AL, United StatesSEP 1 SUNJazz Aspen SnowmassAspen, CO, United StatesView Tour Dateslast_img read more

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AC Milan coach brushes off Ibrahimovic’s angry reaction to substitution

first_imgRelatedPosts Live stream Premier League, La Liga, Serie A on Showmax Pro this weekend Juve’s Pirlo gamble makes new Serie A season the most open for years Pirlo bags UEFA coaching badge AC Milan coach Stefano Pioli has brushed off Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s angry reaction to being substituted in the team’s 5-1 win over Bologna on Saturday.Pioli said on Sunday in Milan that the 38-year-old needs to avoid over-exerting himself amid a crowded fixture list. The Swede was clearly annoyed at being taken off in the 62nd minute of Saturday’s match at San Siro.It was the third time in four games he has been replaced around the hour mark, and he ignored a fist bump from Pioli as he left the field.“It’s natural that he doesn’t like being substituted,” said Pioli. “He said something to me which I honestly didn’t understand.”“He is important for the team, but I have to make sure he conserves energy – we are playing every three days and he is coming back from injury.”Reuters/NAN. Tags: AC MilanReactionSerie AStefano PioliSubstitutionZlatan Ibrahimoviclast_img read more

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Chryst: Badgers must control big plays going forward

first_imgBig plays doomed the Badgers, and Wisconsin football head coach Paul Chryst wasn’t happy about it.No. 3 Alabama scored three of their five touchdowns from more than 37 yards away from the goal line in its 35-17 win over Wisconsin Saturday night.Crimson Tide running back Derrick Henry broke runs of 37 and 56 yards for touchdowns, and Kenyan Drake’s 43-yard touchdown run with 8:02 remaining in the game put Alabama ahead 35-10.Allowing big plays didn’t sit too well with Chryst.“That’s one of the first things you look at,” Chryst said during his news conference Monday. “There’s a couple times where we didn’t leverage the football so we didn’t contain it. There was a couple times where we’ve got a guy in the gap and then he thinks it’s going back out, so he slides out of it and now you’re short a gap.”In addition to some missed assignments, Chryst said the coaching staff counted 17 missed tackles.Henry’s first touchdown run came on a fourth down in the first quarter. A stop there would have turned the momentum and given the Badgers good field position. The timing made the mistakes harder to swallow, Chryst said.“When you look at the situations,” Chryst said, “that’s what makes it even a little bit more frustrating.”Henry finished the game with 147 rushing yards, averaging 11.3 yards per carry.But Chryst said the defense is self-aware enough to realize their mistakes.“They own it. They are not trying to duck from it. They want to get better. They see it, and like I said, they were disappointed after the game,” Chryst said. “So I think it’s a group that wants to take advantage of this opportunity to get better this week.”Joe Schobert had a game-high 13 tackles, including two sacks. The redshirt junior outside linebacker said the tackling was subpar because Alabama excelled in spreading the ball out and creating space for their playmakers to work with.Schobert added it was a full-unit breakdown that led to the long runs.“Everybody on the defense had mistakes the other night,” Schobert said. “It’s something to learn from. There’s a lot of encouraging things from everybody.”last_img read more

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