Jamiroquai To Perform On Late Night Television Ahead Of Coachella

first_imgThis weekend, Jamiroquai will perform their first U.S. show in thirteen years at the 19th annual Coachella in Indio, California. Earlier this morning, the festival announced they would live stream Jamiroquai’s set, in addition to over 70+ other performers during the first weekend of the festival. Ahead of the big performance, Jay Kay and company will head to The Late Late Show With James Corden for a late-night national television guest spot on Thursday, April 12. Don’t miss it!In addition to marking their first U.S. shows in more than a decade, Jamiroquai’s Coachella performances are the first of four total confirmed American shows this year. In between Coachella sets (April 13 & 20), Jay Kay and company will head to San Francisco to perform the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on April 17. On September 8, the band will head to New York City to perform the Forest Hills Stadium in Queens, NY. Additionally, Suwannee Hulaween recently revealed the dates for their 2018 festival with a short animated video and snuck in a massive hint pointing to Jamiroquai as their 2018 headliner. In the clip, the band’s familiar silhouette symbol appears in the corner of the frame, suggesting that Jamiroquai will be performing at the sixth annual event.It’s been over a year since Jamiroquai announced their triumphant return after spending years outside the spotlight. In March of 2017, the group released Automaton, a follow up to 2010’s Rock Dust Light Star marking the band’s eighth studio album. To complement their new album, the funk favorites embarked on a global tour, hitting Tokyo and Seoul in addition to major cities across Europe. However, North American cities were conspicuously left off of Jamiroquai’s 2017 comeback tour, leading many to hope that 2018 will see the group hitting the U.S. Here we are, with four shows and a late-night television slot on the books, and it feels damn good.[H/T JamBase]last_img read more

Syracuse awaits NCAA tournament fate after 4-1 ACC tournament loss to Duke

first_imgSyracuse entered Thursday’s ACC tournament first-round matchup against Duke likely needing a victory to continue its season. Last time the conference foes met, Duke won at J.S. Coyne Stadium. SU failed to record a shot that day for the first time in 13 years.  Within five minutes on Thursday afternoon, Duke scored, and the Orange never recovered. No. 3 Duke (15-4, 5-1 Atlantic Coast) scored two goals in the opening nine minutes, defeating No. 17 Syracuse (8-8, 1-5), 4-1, to advance to the ACC semifinals. Before the game, Syracuse’s seniors, Jamie Martin, Caroline Cady and Roos Weers all stressed the implications of this game in Chapel Hill. All three agreed that a win against Duke, a team safely in the NCAA field, would give them a good chance at the NCAA tournament.All three also agreed that a loss likely meant that Thursday’s game would be the final one of their careers. AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“We need to focus on getting one more,” Martin said Tuesday. “If we lose Thursday, I think we’re done.”Less than five minutes into the game, Duke’s Caroline Andretta corralled a pass from Erin Scherrer and finished her 12th goal of the season. Scherrer added a goal herself five minutes later to double the Blue Devils’ lead.Duke continued its barrage of shots on goalie Borg van der Velde, until eventually, a third goal came. Sixteen minutes into the second half, Haley Schleicher converted a penalty stroke from a foul right in front of the SU goal.Weers scored a goal of her own from the penalty spot eight minutes later but it was merely a consolation score. On Duke’s 21st and final shot of the game, Rose Tynan capped off the four-goal outburst. The loss means that SU has now conceded at least three goals in its last four games.  Syracuse is now forced to wait. Sunday night at 10 p.m., the NCAA tournament bracket will be revealed. It’s an 18-team field, with 10 automatic qualifiers. SU will have to hope it’s one of the eight at-large teams. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 1, 2018 at 4:26 pm Contact Anthony: [email protected]last_img read more

BiH to play a Friendly Match against Luxembourg

first_imgNational football team of BiH will play friendly match tonight in Luxembourg. Also, they will play against the Swiss on Tuesday, and that will be a friendly match as well.After elimination in the playoffs from Ireland, this will be the first gathering of the most popular BH team. Although the above mentioned matches have no competitive significance, BH team members should give their maximum and understand the importance as they are playing for points. Of course, the Dragons also need the victory in order to restore their confidence, after the additional playoffs in November.It is needless to say that Dzeko and his teammates are absolute favorites in the clash with Luxembourg. Good results in the next two control matches will further improve the atmosphere in the locker room of our Dragons, and a good mood is always a precondition for a good result. Qualifications for the World Cup that will be held in Russia in 2018 are starting in September, and by then, the head of the national team should change some things “inside”, because it is necessary at this point. Therefore, it is clear why the coach expanded the list of candidates.“We will try to make a good result. Everyone cannot play, since 11 players will be in the first set and we have the right to six changes. In these two matches, we will do everything for all 25 players to show their form. We need to be serious and disciplined,” said coach Bazdarevic.It is assumed that the selector will give a chance to all new players against Luxembourg. With good performance and triumph, we should wait for the match with Switzerland that will be participating on the European Championship, which begins in June in France. That match will show where we are and what we are.The match against Luxembourg at the Josy Barthel will start at 8:15 pm with live broadcast on FACE TV.(Source: Edin Isanovic/Klix.ba)last_img read more