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

Tottenham 1-0 Partizan Belgrade: Spurs win overshadowed by pitch invaders

first_imgAnd, although the hosts halved the deficit on the half hour mark courtesy of Stefan Johansen’s drive, the visitors sealed all three points when Naby Keïta headed home in stoppage time. Benjamin Stambouli Meanwhile, Celtic joined Spurs in the last-32 despite a disappointing 3-1 defeat to Salzburg at Parkhead. The 24-year-old pounced on a loose ball inside the area to earn Mauricio Pochetino’s side all three points, after Roberto Soldado struck the post with an intelligent clip past the goalkeeper. Tottenham’s  1-0 win against Partizan Belgrade at White Hart Lane was overshadowed  by three pitch invasions, meaning the club is likely to face sanctions by UEFA. But it was Benjamin Stambouli’s first goal for the club on the 49th minute which was enough to secure Tottenham’s position in the Europa League knockout stage with a game to spare.center_img The Hoops found themselves 2-0 down after 13 minutes when Brazilian striker Alan netted twice. Spurs require a point against Besiktas in their final group match to ensure top spot in Group C. 1 The pitch invasions in the first half prompted the match officials to withdraw the players five minutes before half time.last_img read more