Back in September, Live For Live Music talked to Joel Cummins of Umphrey’s McGee and Aron Magner of The Disco Biscuits about the two bands’ ongoing prank war with one another. The friendly prank war has been going on for a while now between the two jam giants, with past retaliations including lowering dildos from the ceiling during shows and, over the summer, Umphrey’s using a photo of a passed-out Jon “Barber” Gutwillig on their all-access credentials.EXCLUSIVE: Joel Cummins Talks Umphrey’s/Biscuits Prank War And Post-World Series Hang With The CubsEXCLUSIVE: The Disco Biscuits’ Aron Magner Talks Prank War With Umphrey’s, Spotify, And BCALast weekend, The Disco Biscuits rounded out their three-night Colorado run with a final performance at Denver’s Fillmore Auditorium. During the fiery final show of the run, the jamtronica juggernauts offered up a stand-out performance with highlights throughout—including snow machines firing off toward the tail end of second set and an extravagant show-closing encore of Edvard Greig‘s famous late 1800’s orchestral composition “In The Hall of the Mountain King” (marking the group’s first rendition of the piece since 7/10/04 [643 shows]).Disco Biscuits Cover Ginuwine, Make It Snow Indoors In Colorado Finale [Full Video]However, one particularly hilarious moment during the over-the-top show came during the second set, when the band offered up an out-of-field and ridiculous cover of Ginuwine’s “Same Ol’ G” coming out of “Crickets” . Continuing the long-running joke and prank war with Umphrey’s, Barber changed the lyrics of the song to reference the incident that landed him on Umphrey’s laminates. You can watch the video of the Biscuits’ cover of Ginuwine’s “Same Ol’ G”, plus read the new and improved lyrics to the 90’s hit tune below, as posted by bassist Marc Brownstein on Facebook. Disco Biscuits’ lyrics for “Same Ol’ G”, 11/18/2017: I used to be the main one touring,But now I choose to stay at home.Most of my friends still touring,This time the G’s full grown.And I think about my future lately,Whatever that may be.And now it’s pretty clear to me,That I can just be G.I went to the show to see Umphrey’s McGee,I went backstage and I feel asleep,Paparazzi taking pictures of me,And you know I was barely free.Them boys aint got nothing on me,I did the laminate all for free,I ain’t changed and I’ll always beThe same ol GIf I want to play a party,1000 people come along.And I wear a 1 piece jumpsuit,Cause I can just zip that on.[Photo: Rios Photos]
The second annual Gartan Lake 5 Mile Road Race takes place on June 26th next at 3pm.Arguably the most scenic race in Donegal, the event has now been made part of the Donegal Grand Prix series. But that’s not to say that walkers and fun runners aren’t welcome to the event because they are!Organiser Eunan McBride said he is looking forward to a great day.“There will be serious athletes there and we are hoping they can achieve great times on the day.“But the event is also about having fun and we are hoping as many fun runners and walkers come along as possible. Everyone is welcome and the more the merrier,” he said. Las year’s event was in aid of the Irish Heart Foundation and money raised from this year’s race will go towards the upkeep of two local schools, Glenswilly NS and Glendowan NS.Registration for the event takes place in Gartan from 12 noon onwards and there will be refrshments for all afterwards.“All we need now is a sunny day and we will really have everything because the course itself is blessed with beautiful scenery along the lake,” added Eunan.*Pictured above is Richard McNamara, McDonald’s Restaurant, Letterkenny, presenting Eunan McBride with sponsorship for the forthcoming Gartan lake 5 Mile Road Race, Fun Run and Walk. Also pictured are Bernie Lapsley, Glenswilly NS Parent’s Association and Patrick McMonagle, Parent’s Association Glendowan NS (Picture by Clive Wasson).EndsDONEGAL’S MOST SCENIC ROAD RACE GETS UNDER STARTER’S ORDERS! was last modified: June 13th, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Gartan Road Race
Bannan penalty helps Sheffield Wednesday strengthen grip on play-off place =11. Nottingham Forest, Brentford, QPR, Reading – three TV games so far this season=9. Sheffield Wednesday, Birmingham – four TV games so far this season=6. Derby, Swansea, Stoke – five TV games so far this season5. Sheffield United – six TV games so far this season=3. West Brom, Middlesbrough – eight TV games so far this season 3 REPLY Leeds lose at Fulham, West Brom held, Charlton’s winless run continues The latest round of Championship matches selected for broadcast have been announced by Sky Sports, taking us into the first week of December.Each of the 24 second-tier teams have been shown at least once on TV this season, and the likes of Ipswich vs West Brom, Middlesbrough vs Reading, and the Second City derby between Aston Villa and Birmingham will all be broadcast live between now and the end of the year. Cardiff and Preston play out stalemate in Championship early kick-off 2. Aston Villa – nine TV games so far this season1. Leeds – 11 TV games so far this season*All data taken from the official EFL website. Correct as of October 16, 2018 stalemate Derby’s defeat of Reading was the first match of the season shown live on Sky Sports 3 goalless Promotion contenders West Brom and Middlesbrough are near the top of the rankings ROUND-UP EFL result 3 Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ However, it is clear to see Sky’s preference for one team above all others – Leeds United.The Whites regularly appear on TV more than any other side in the division, and seven of their next eight league matches will be shown by Sky, taking their total for the season up to 11 games before the end of the year.But where does this rank in relation to every other side in the Championship?talkSPORT.com has taken a look at every second-tier game broadcast as well as those soon to be shown by Sky in the 2018/19 season – not including fixtures behind the red button – and reveal how many TV games every team has been selected for, up to the matches scheduled for the beginning of December.You can see the results below… Latest Championship news Strugglers Wigan hold Blackburn to goalless draw in Championship =22. Bristol City, Preston, Hull – one TV game so far this season=15. Norwich, Blackburn, Wigan, Bolton, Rotherham, Millwall, Ipswich – two TV games so far this season Getty GREAT NEWS Hull defender MacDonald given all-clear after battle with bowel cancer September’s East Anglian derby was only shown behind the red button, the first time since 2011 it was not broadcast live on a main Sky channel
DONEGAL’S U12 girls footballers will be putting on a display of great talent at St Mary’s GAA Club this Saturday with some mouth-watering contests ahead.The festival of football blitz is aimed at developing talent for the future and has been organised by the Ladies Board with Donal O Searcaigh, the development officer, to the fore supported by managers of all the competing county teams including the U14 manager Dermott Foy.There has been huge interest in the day – with 19 clubs sending teams along for the competition. Registration this Saturday is at 10am sharp with the first game at 10.30am. All teams are asked to register on time.And all the club fixtures are listed above. DONEGAL LADIES FOOTBALL: STAGE SET FOR ALL-COUNTY U12 BLITZ IN CONVOY was last modified: July 7th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalGirls Gaelic FootballLGFAU12 blitz
Jubilant Jugalbandis, the 11th Quarterly Baithak under the series ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ will be organised by Pracheen Kala Kendra on November 9, 6:30 pm onwards, at Triveni Kala Sangam.A dedication to the Indian classical music, the event will have Sitar – Tabla Jugalbandi by the brilliant sitar player Pt Manu Seen and Rishabh Seen. On Tabla, Pt Ram Kumar Mishra, one of the top ranking exponents of Tabla in India, will feature with his son Rahul Kumar Mishra. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfPandit Manu Kumar Seen is a brilliant sitar player from Jalandhar, Punjab. Born into a family of musicians, he inherited his talents and abilities from his father and Guru, Sangeet Acharya Ustad Lacchman Singh Seen, a very renowned and legendary musician of the Punjab Gharana. His father instilled into him the deep spiritual nature of Indian Classical Music and opened his mind to the feelings and the meditative aspect of the various ragas. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveRam Kumar Mishra, on the other hand, started his Tabla ‘Talim’ from his mother Manorama Mishra, Daughter of Pt Anokhe Lal at the age of four. Ram Kumar has performed throughout the length and breadth of India as a solo artist and as an accompanist to almost all the top musicians. Following this performance, a Tabla jugalbandi between Anubrata Chatterjee and Shubh Maharaj will be presented. They will be accompanied on the harmonium by Rajendra Prasad Banerjee. Anubrata Chatterjee, son of the world-renowned tabla maestro Pt Anindo Chatterjee, was nurtured from a very tender age to be a tabla player. He had the rare fortune of being the youngest and last ‘Ganda-Bandh’ disciple of the great guru, Padmabhushan – Deshkottam Jnan Prakash Ghosh in 1992. Subsequently, Anubrata continued his training under the gifted tutelage of his father. Shubh Maharaj was as well born in a musical family of tabla maestro Pt Kishan Maharaj, who was his maternal grandson. From a very young age, Shubh used to thump mini tabla sets and hence in a small age of just one, his father devoted him in the feet of his maternal grandfather Pt Kishan Maharaj, the most perfect hands to show the correct path to the small tabla player. As the heritage passed on, Shubh formally became his grandfather’s ‘Ganda bandh Shaagrid’ in 1993 and joined the traditional family chain of Pt Kanthe Maharaj.