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Load remaining images Vulfpeck returned to the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre on a snowy Thursday night for their first performance of 2019 featuring support from Khruangbin and Cory Henry‘s trio, The Revival.After top-notch sets by Henry and Khruangbin, Vulfpeck took the stage sporting colorful 80s-style ski gear for their headlining performance. The band began the show by working through a number of fan-favorites including “The Sweet Science”, “Animal Spirits”, “Cory Wong”, “Disco Ulysses”, and “Hero Town”. Next, the band welcomed Cory Henry to the stage to add some extra organ to “Adrienne & Adrianne” before Theo Katzman took to the mic for “Lonely Town”.Vocalist Antwaun Stanley took the stage for the next portion of the show, leading the band through “1612”, “Funky Duck”, “Aunt Leslie”, and “Wait For The Moment”, the latter of which also featured Henry on the organ. After a characteristically off-kilter “TED Rocks” speech from Jack Stratton, the ensemble delivered a “peck-a-pella” rendition of “Back Pocket” before ceding the spotlight to bassist Joe Dart for one of his signature vehicles, “Beastly”. Katzman once again led the band on vocals for a sing-along “Christmas In L.A.” before Dart drove the set home with “Dean Town”.When the stage lights came back up for the “encore”, the familiar floating guitar stands of Vulfpeck offshoot band The Fearless Flyers came into view. In turn, Cory Wong, Joe Dart, guitarist Mark Lettieri, and drummer Nate Smith took the stage in their trademark all-black and sunglasses for a surprise mini-set to close the performance. The Fearless Flyers segment marked just the second time the nascent band has performed live, following their one-off North Coast Music Festival late-night show last summer. You can watch video of The Fearless Flyers’ surprise appearance at Red Rocks below:The Fearless Flyers – Red Rocks Mini-Set[Video: Kayleigh B]Below, you can check out a gallery of photos from the performance courtesy of photographer Matt Shotwell (@strawberryisland.dweller).Next up for Vulfpeck is a pair of “Greek Week” performance in L.A. and Berkeley, CA on July 13th and 14th, followed by a slot at LOCKN‘ on August 24th and their headlining debut at Madison Square Garden (with The Fearless Flyers) on September 28th. For more information, head here.Khruangbin also has a number of performances coming up in the next few months, including a slot at Lightning In A Bottle 2019 this weekend. For a full list of their upcoming dates, head here.Cory Henry will stick around Colorado through the weekend. On Friday, May 10th, he’ll bring his trio to Boulder’s Fox Theatre. On Sunday, May 11th, The Revival will stir Denver’s spirituality with a performance at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom. For a full list of Henry’s upcoming shows, head here.Setlist: Vulfpeck | Red Rocks | Morrison, CO | 5/9/19Set: The Sweet Science, Tee Time Intro, Animal Spirits, Cory Wong, Disco Ulysses, Hero Town, Adrienne & Adrianne*, Lonely Town, 1612, Funky Duck, Aunt Leslie, Wait For The Moment*, TED Rocks Speech, Back Pocket^, Beastly, Christmas in LA, Dean TownFearless Flyers encore: Flyers Direct, Daddy, He Got A Cessna, The Speedwalker, Ace of Aces, mmmBop&*featuring Cory Henry^”peck-a-pella”& Hanson cover, featuring Theo KatzmanVulfpeck, Khruangbin | Red Rocks | Morrison, CO | 5/9/19 | Photos: Matt Shotwell read more
ATLANTA – Health officials say the flu season could be a bad one. New findings show the influenza vaccine is not as effective protecting against the virus this year.U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released data Thursday that reveals 52 percent of the collected flu virus samples are different than the virus strains included in this year’s vaccine.The report indicated that vaccinated people may have a milder illness if they do become infected.“It’s too early to say for sure that this will be a severe flu season, but Americans should be prepared,” said CDC director Tom Frieden, M.D., M.P.H.“We can save lives with a three-pronged effort to fight the flu: vaccination, prompt treatment for people at high risk of complications, and preventive health measures, such as staying home when you’re sick, to reduce flu spread.”So far this year, seasonal influenza A (H3N2) viruses have been the most common.Although anyone can get the flu, some people are at higher risk of complications related to the flu, sometimes leading to hospitalization and even death. High risk individuals include pregnant women, young children (especially those younger than 6 months who cannot be vaccinated), people with chronic illnesses and/or compromised immune systems and the elderly.Indiana Department of Health offer steps people can take to prevent the spread of influenza and other respiratory diseases like pertussis (whooping cough):Clean – properly wash your hands frequently.Cover – cover your cough and sneeze.Contain – contain your germs by staying home (or keep children home from school) if sick.Symptoms of the flu include:Fever of 100 degrees Fahrenheit or greaterHeadacheFatigueCoughMuscle achesSore throat read more
The Premier League resumes this weekend after a two-week halt due to the international break and leaders, Manchester City, visit ninth-placed, Everton at Goodison Park today in a game the Citizens are expected to go all out as Pep Guardiola has intensified his resolve to put the title to bed as early as possible.Â On Sunday, Chelsea welcome Tottenham in a London derby as both teams target a top-four place in what is perhaps the fixture of the weekendShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram read more
Interestingly, the team came back from 2-1 down to win the two games 4-2 and 3-2 respectively.The Group Managing Director of Zenith Bank, Ebenezer Onyeagwu, on Wednesday commended the players for their fighting spirit.Onyeagwu said: “It is not easy to achieve victory from a losing position. It shows determination and good fighting spirit.“We have a good record in this competition and we expect the Eaglets to go far in the tournament.”The Zenith Bank boss added that his outfit was proud of the impact made by some players in the team who emerged from the Future Eagles project the bank is having with the NFF.In Brazil, some of the Future project products in the team are Usman Ibrahim, Samson Tijani (c), Olakunle Olusegun Akinkunmi Amoo and Divine Nwachukwu.“We are happy that the partnership is a boost to the country’s football and this is enough to make us do more for football and sports in general,” Onyeagwu added.Tijani scored two goals while Usman scored one in the 4-2 win Nigeria recorded over Hungary. Amao and Olusegun are yet to hit target but they have been impressive in the two games.Nigeria’s last group match is against Australia on Friday.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram FIFA U-17 WORLD CUPZenith Bank Plc, partner of the Nigeria Football Federation, has showered praises on the national U-17 team for booking a place in the last 16 stage of the FIFA U-17 World Cup.In the global age grade competition taking place in Brazil, the Golden Eaglets won their first match 4-2 against Hungary on Saturday and only on Tuesday, the team also defeated Ecuador 3-2 to confirm Nigeria’s place in the second round. read more
Related Articles Share ASA monitoring sweep marks gambling as the worst underage advertising offender August 26, 2020 Share GambleAware: Engage those with lived experience of gambling harms August 28, 2020 UK gambling adopts toughest online advertising code to protect underage audiences August 27, 2020 Submit StumbleUpon GambleAware has this morning confirmed that Marc Etches will step down as Chief Executive of the problem gambling prevention and treatment support charity at the end of March 2021.The decision will see Etches complete a decade leading GambleAware, a charity which under his leadership was transformed into the primary commissioner and convenor of services dedicated to reducing and preventing gambling harms across the UK.Etches is credited with forming a national public health approach to tackling problem gambling and the nuances of its addictions, securing vital support from the NHS, mental health agencies, local authorities and voluntary sector organisations.Issuing a statement of behalf of GambleAware governance, Kate Lampard CBE, said: “It has been a pleasure working with Marc over the past four years and he has taken the charity from strength to strength.“As a result of his hard work, GambleAware has developed the expertise and sustainability to continue to deliver and work with partners across the healthcare spectrum to prevent and protect against gambling harms. I look forward to continuing this important work with a new Chief Executive next year.”Expanding GambleAware operations and resources, Etches led the substantial increase in donations for the charity, securing a £100 million funding commitment from licensed operators through its collaboration with Betting and Gaming Council (BGC).Today, a revamped GambleAware maintains £40 million in grant funding under active management, as the charity continues to develop its ‘National Gambling Treatment Service’ with NHS partners across England, Scotland and Wales.Marc Etches also commented on his upcoming departure: “It has been an extraordinary privilege to serve as CEO for nearly a decade and I am enormously proud of the charity’s development and the contribution it makes, in partnerships with others, to keeping people safe from gambling harms.With the prospect of a new era of increased funding and wider commissioning responsibilities, it is the right time for the charity to find someone with the skills and expertise necessary to take it into the next stage of its evolution.I want to thank the Board of trustees and the entire staff team at GambleAware for their hard work and commitment to the charity’s purpose as well as for their magnificent personal support of me.”GambleAware’s Board of Trustees confirms that it has begun its executive search for a new CEO to lead the charity’s ‘next stage of evolution’, with expertise in the commissioning of healthcare services, to ensure gambling harms are tackled as a matter of public and individual health and wellbeing. read more