Despite his family’s best intentions, Dweezil Zappa is out there and he’s playing “Whatever The [email protected]%k He Wants!” Any follower of the Zappa family drama has seen Dweezil change this project’s name from Zappa Plays Zappa to Dweezil Zappa Plays Frank Zappa to the straightforward approach: Dweezil Zappa. After just wrapping up some summer dates, the Zappa prodigy is doing it big for a fall tour!Dweezil Zappa Rails On Family Drama With Amazing ‘Cease & Desist’ T-ShirtsThe newly announced dates span from September 29th through November 12th, spanning coast to coast with some really special spots along the way. The band will play at Brooklyn Bowl Vegas, The Beacon Theatre, The Moody Theatre for a special Austin City Limits Live performance, and so many more. There’s literally no excuse to miss this tour, especially if you want to hear the music of Frank Zappa by the only person truly qualified to play it.Check out the full tour schedule below, and head to Dweezil’s website for more information and tickets.Dweezil Zappa Plays Whatever The [email protected]%k He Wants TourSeptember 29, 2016The Coach HouseSan Juan Capistrano, CASeptember 30, 2016The Canyon ClubAgoura Hills, CAOctober 01, 2016Talking Stick Resort ShowroomScottsdale, AZOctober 02, 2016Brooklyn Bowl VegasLas Vegas, NVOctober 04, 2016The Wilma TheatreMissoula, MTOctober 05, 2016Knitting Factory IDBoise, IDOctober 06, 2016The DepotSalt Lake City, UTOctober 07, 2016Pink Garter TheatreJackson , WYOctober 08, 2016Aggie TheatreFort Collins, COOctober 09, 2016Ogden TheatreDenver, COOctober 11, 2016Turner HallMilwaukee, WIOctober 12, 2016Concord Music HallChicago, ILOctober 13, 2016The Ready RoomSt. Louis, MOOctober 14, 2016The VogueIndianapolis, INOctober 15, 2016Madison TheatreCovington, KYOctober 16, 2016The IntersectionGrand Rapids, MIOctober 19, 2016Imperial TheatreSaint John, NBOctober 21, 2016Club SodaMontreal, QCOctober 21, 2016State TheatrePortland, MEOctober 23, 2016Turning Stone Resort CasinoVerona, NYOctober 23, 2016Higher GroundBurlington, VTOctober 25, 2016The EggAlbany, NYOctober 26, 2016The Keswick TheatreGlenside, PAOctober 27, 2016Berklee Performance CenterBoston, MAOctober 28, 2016The Warehouse FTCFairfield, CTOctober 29, 2016The Flying MonkeyPlymouth, NHOctober 30, 2016Beacon TheatreNew York, NYOctober 31, 2016The BirchmereAlexandria, VANovember 02, 2016The Historic German HouseRochester, NYNovember 03, 2016Whitaker CenterHarrisburg, PANovember 04, 2016Carnegie of Homestead Music HallMunhall, PANovember 05, 2016The Kent StageKent, OHNovember 06, 2016The NationalRichmond, VANovember 07, 2016Variety PlayhouseAtlanta, GANovember 09, 2016Granada TheaterDallas, TXNovember 10, 2016Warehouse LiveHouston, TXNovember 11, 2016Moody Theatre (ACL Live)Austin, TXNovember 12, 2016Tipitina’sNew Orleans, LA
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Papadosio has confirmed a show at The Caverns, the “world’s coolest venue” you might recognize from PBS’s Bluegrass Underground. The underground concert space in Pelham, TN will open its doors to Papadosio fans on Friday, August 10th, 2019 for the first time ever.Related: Watch Lettuce Perform “JB’s Squadlive” From ‘Bluegrass Underground’ EpisodeThe band’s announcement is sparse, promising more details to unfold in the coming months. Due to the location of the concert, the band will be offering several tiers of ticketing options, from General Admission to VIP and a variety of hotel packages near the venue. For a full list of options, head over to the event website. Stay tuned for more information!
Before the season, more than a month before Syracuse’s Atlantic Coast Conference debut and even longer before SU would face Georgia Tech, Scott Shafer had no reservations about his team’s need to prepare for the Yellow Jackets’ signature option.“Ever since the summer, even during two-a-days, we’d say, ‘OK, Georgia Tech. Here we go,’” the head coach said during his weekly interview on Orange All-Access on Monday.Shafer said the Orange carved out some time to prepare for GT’s option during Sunday practices throughout the year, and hasn’t been shy about acknowledging why.He’s never tried to mask the preparation as anything but a primer for Georgia Tech. The Yellow Jackets aren’t the toughest team on SU’s schedule, but their offense is the most unique.“They’re going to force the defense to get eight to nine guys up there to stop this great option football that they know how to run better than anyone I’ve seen on tape,” Shafer said.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn some ways, though, GT’s offense plays into Syracuse’s defensive strengths. The Orange’s secondary has struggled all season — until Saturday’s 24-10 win against North Carolina State — but the run defense ranks second in the conference behind only Virginia Tech’s.SU was again strong in that facet against the Wolfpack — no NC State rusher topped 60 yards. Syracuse’s defense also was strong in the passing game, but has been susceptible to big plays. Georgia Tech has thrown the ball more this year than it has in the past, but those big shots are still rare.“There are some indicators that can give you a run-pass key,” Shafer said, “but it’ll be a difficult task for those kids on the back end.”The Orange also faces the potential prospect of playing without Dyshawn Davis. The linebacker missed the second half of SU’s win against North Carolina State after spraining his right ankle, but Shafer said Saturday that he didn’t expect it to be serious. He didn’t have an update on Davis’ status on Monday, but said he has been undergoing treatment.Davis was walking around campus with a boot on his right foot and a noticeable limp on Monday.“It’ll be a challenge,” Shafer said of the Yellow Jackets, “but that’s why we coach and that’s why we play, so we look forward to it.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 14, 2013 at 2:25 pm Contact David: [email protected] | @DBWilson2
Barcelona did not take long to set eyes on him and at just ten years old, in the 2015-16 season, he became part of La Masia. He soon found his perfect habitat, since the style they teach in the culé quarry is perfectly adapted to their conditions.Although he is only 15 years old, his renewal is one of the priority issues among those responsible for Barcelona’s grassroots football. Ilias (his expansion is already agreed) and he, both from 2004, are the greatest promises of Barcelona in his year. For this reason, just as it happened last year with Ansu Fati and Ilaix Moriba, the club wants to tie them. They want to finally stop the talent drain that had taken place in recent years (Dani Olmo, Eric García, Sergio Gómez …). At the moment, stopping that happens, among other things, to retain Gavi … Pablo Pérez Gaviria (Los Palacios, 2004) is the hope that Barcelona has in its youth team to give continuity to that game model so characteristic of all Blaugrana teams. Better known as Gavi, this midfielder is pure Barça DNA: always in contact with the ball, very technical, the whole game must go through his boots. Follow the path that Xavi and Iniesta once traveled.He started playing at the Liara Balompié, a Los Palacios club, in which Betis’ interest aroused. Although currently the goal is not his main virtue (although he has a good finish) in Benjamin A he scored 96 goals in a single season, a clear sign that there was a special talent there.