The Disco Biscuits, Lotus, New Deal, Motet Members & More Tapped For 2019 “Dance Party Time Machine”

first_imgOn Friday, March 29th, J2G Live will host its 6th-annual Dance Party Time Machine at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver, Colorado. As in past years, the fan-favorite super jam will feature three-fourths of The Disco Biscuits, including bassist Marc Brownstein, keyboardist Aron Magner, and drummer Allen Aucoin, in addition to Mike Greenfield from Lotus, Jeff Franca from Thievery Corporation, and Ryan Jalbert from The Motet. Notably, Jamie Shields from The New Deal will also make his Dance Party Time Machine debut during the upcoming show in March.Each year, Dance Party Time Machine brings over 25 musicians together for a one-of-a-kind collaboration. In addition to the show’s high-profile headliners, the event also taps a number of local artists from Colorado, including members of regional acts such as Analog Son, YAMN, Tiger Party, Fox Street, SuCH, Other Worlds, MLIMNA, and more. Together, these musicians come together to lead audiences through the dance party hits from the ’50s up through today, with covers of Elvis Presley just as likely as covers of Childish Gambino.The Dance Party Time Machine will return to Cervantes’ in Denver on Friday, March 29th, 2019, and VIP and GA tickets are currently on sale now here. VIP ticket holders will receive seating in a private balcony area along with free beers from Breckenridge Brewery.last_img read more

BSEF Sponsors two locals for study abroad

first_imgBatesville, IN— The Batesville Community Education Foundation is pleased to announce that the 2020 recipients have been selected for a sponsorship program that assists Batesville High School students who want to study abroad during high school, according to BCEF executive director Anne Wilson. BHS students Zoe Peters and Kayla Stone were chosen to each receive $2500 toward program fees for the Indiana University  Honors Program in Foreign Language. This program sends students to foreign countries for the summer to further their study of foreign language and to be immersed in another culture.“Our selection committee chose these two students to support financially,” Wilson explained. “Both students will be living in Spain for six weeks—Peters in Ciudad Real and Stone in León. This sponsorship from BCEF pays for more than one-half of their program fees.”The Andy Koors Legacy Fund was created by the Batesville Community Education Foundation after the nonprofit received the proceeds of a life insurance policy held by the former BHS German teacher who passed away unexpectedly in February 2017. The BCEF board of directors manages this fund to promote initiatives that it believes reflect the values displayed by Koors during his life, such as his dedication to foreign language and generosity to students. This sponsorship program, in its third year, is one of those initiatives, along with the multi-purpose Bulldog Center at BHS.last_img read more

LeBron James reacts to Anthony Davis trade: ‘Just the beginning’

first_imgThe Lakers were among his preferred destinations.James now has a second star to play alongside in Los Angeles, but that doesn’t mean the Lakers are settling with adding just one piece. NBA reacts to Lakers acquiring Anthony Davis View this post on Instagram “AD on da way!! @antdavis23 (Rolling on the floor laughing emoji),” James wrote on Instagram. “Let’s get it bro! Just the beginning..(Crown emoji) #LakeShow.” The team now plans to pursue free agent point guard Kemba Walker heavily.They could also still pursue any and all of the other big-name free agents on the market like Kawhi Leonard, Kyrie Irving and Jimmy Butler.James has reportedly already been in contact with Leonard and Butler. AD on da way!! @antdavis23 🤣. Let’s get it bro! Just the beginning..👑 #LakeShowA post shared by LeBron James (@kingjames) on Jun 15, 2019 at 8:16pm PDTDavis’ agent Rich Paul told ESPN in January the All-Star center did not want to re-sign with the Pelicans and would prefer to be traded. Related News Magic Johnson takes four tweets to congratulate Rob Pelinka for Anthony Davis trade Anthony Davis trade: Who are now the 5 favorites to win the West? LeBron James is ready to play with Anthony Davis in Los Angeles.The Lakers acquired Davis from the Pelicans on Saturday for Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart and three first-round picks, according to ESPN, and James could hardly contain his excitement.last_img read more