Lettuce Announces Intimate 5-Night, 12-Set Residency At The Blue Note In NYC

first_imgFunk favorites Lettuce have announced some big summer performance plans set to take place in a small room: New York City’s Blue Note Jazz Club, the West Village room where countless legendary musicians have taken the stage since its opening in 1981. Lettuce will play 12 sets over the course of five nights at the Blue Note this summer, from Wednesday, June 27th through Sunday, July 1st.On June 27th, June 28th, and July 1st, the band will play two sets per night (at 8:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m., respectively). On Friday and Saturday night June 29th – 30th, the band will play an additional late-night set at 12:30 a.m.The residency marks a change of pace for Lettuce in the New York City market, where they normally play larger venues like Brooklyn Bowl and Playstation Theatre. With a higher number of smaller shows, fans will get the chance for a uniquely intimate experience with the band.In addition, the newly-opened Sony Hall in Times Square is being owned, operated, and programme by Blue Note Media Group as part of an extensive brand co-sponsorship with Sony, so perhaps the Blue Note residency is part of an agreement that will also include some bigger shows at the beautiful new venue.Tickets for Lettuce‘s Blue Note residency are available now via the band’s website.last_img read more

Boring battle at the bottom

first_imgExactly one month after his first full England call-up Saido Berahino found himself relegated to a bit-part role as West Brom’s sluggish run of form continued in a tepid 0-0 draw against Hull at the KC Stadium. A ninth minute penalty miss from Graham Dorrans summed up another frustrating afternoon for the Baggies which Berahino – introduced for the final 18 minutes in place of Victor Anichebe – failed to salvage. If the result will do little to ease the pressure on their under-fire boss Alan Irvine, neither will it work wonders for Hull, who slid into the relegation zone after this stalemate which extended their own winless run to eight games. Stephen Quinn came closest for the Tigers when his flicked header from a Jake Livermore cross almost caught out visiting keeper Ben Foster in the 59th minute, but the sense of frustration soon returned. If a classic was never on the cards supporters of both sides at the KC Stadium might have expected more from a dismal first period in which the only shot on target from either side was Dorrans’ ninth minute penalty miss. The visitors had already been denied a third minute shout after Victor Anichebe fell under the challenge of Michael Dawson in the box, but referee Michael Oliver showed no hesitation shortly afterwards when the same player was pulled back by Livermore. Dorrans’ penalty was placed well enough but Hull keeper Allan McGregor guessed right to dive to his left and paw the ball clear to the delight of the Tigers fans behind his goal. Given the Baggies’ recent travails Bruce’s men could have been forgiven for ringing this date on the calendar as a golden opportunity to get their season back on track with three points. Not only had they emerged from their midweek trip to Everton with a creditable draw, but they had striker Abel Hernandez back to lead their front-line after missing the previous two games on paternity leave. But the sum total of their lightweight first half assault was a half-chance in the 22nd minute when David Meyler shrugged off the sleeping Sebastien Pocognoli and struck a shot towards goal which was blocked by Gareth McAuley in the box. Hull showed some signs of stirring after the break with Sone Aluko, given a rare start after coming off the bench to score his side’s equaliser at Goodison Park, scuffing a deflected shot wide before the hosts almost snatched the lead just before the hour mark. Livermore made ground down the right flank before crossing for Quinn whose flicked header from distance almost caught out Baggies keeper Foster, who had to drop low to his left to palm the ball out for a corner. Livermore caused problems again two minutes later when a spell of home pressure ended in the former Tottenham man tugging a low shot straight at Foster from 18 yards. The Baggies’ best chance came in the 72nd minute when Craig Gardner was fouled by Tom Huddlestone and from the resulting free-kick Gardner drew a rare save out of McGregor. Irvine had seen enough, immediately introducing Berahino, to the obvious pleasure of the visiting Baggies fans. But as with so many of Berahino’s recent performances since his call-up by Roy Hodgson for last month’s double-header against Slovenia and Scotland, he seemed curiously off the pace and never threatened McGregor in the home goal. Hernandez came close with a late header for Hull and Baggies sub Brown Ideye drew a save from McGregor, but the final whistle was greeted by predictable boos from fans of both sides. Press Associationlast_img read more

House Tech Ads strengthens affiliate network

first_img GamblersPick.com reaches milestone 1,000 online casino revie September 24, 2018 Share Share Related Articles Strongest ever SBC Awards shortlists announced October 4, 2019 Kindred integrates new GiG Comply technology to monitor affiliate activity April 8, 2019 House Tech Ads has strengthened its affiliate network, confirming agreements with Playson, Endorphina and Bgaming through its GamblersPick.com brand.The new partnerships will allow GamblersPick to offer a progressive portfolio of content from all three games suppliers, that work alongside top analysis and reviews of each game.The agreements will also incorporate demo-play functionality of the providers’ games via GamblersPick, as well as exclusive content coverage of upcoming games and new features.This marks another milestone in GamblersPick’s quest to become the leading community-driven affiliate site, providing provably trusted insight for players across all games from Playson, Endorphina and Bgaming.Oren Arzony, Director at House Tech Ads, spoke of the new partnerships: “We are extremely pleased to have agreed these partnerships. It’s a very exciting time for us following the recent launch of GamblersPick, and we hope to enjoy long and mutually beneficial relationships with all three partners.“Our number one commitment with GamblersPick is to give players a forum to share their views, and partnering with pioneering providers like Playson, Endorphina and Bgaming is a big step in ensuring they have all the information they need to find their ideal online casino.”The affiliate network also operates well regarded affiliate marketing brands Jackpots Finder and Online Casino Reports, partnering with many leading operators worldwide including 888 Holdings, EGamingOnline, L&L Europe, Buffalo Partners, Affiliate Club and more. Submit StumbleUponlast_img read more