Just last weekend, Umphrey’s McGee brought their performing to the next level with the annual UMBowl show at the Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas. The band played a full four sets of music, broken up into unique quarters, with various improvisational and audience-participatory themes to keep the fans, and the band, on their toes. They also welcomed Jennifer Hartswick and Natalie Cressman throughout the night, peppering both originals and covers with the Trey Anastasio Band horn players.You can read our full recap of UM Bowl here.Just one day after the UMBowl marathon, the band returned to the Vegas venue for round two. Of the many highlights throughout the two night run, one particular bust out stands alone, as the band brought out Hartswick for a performance of Sade’s “No Ordinary Love.” A song that hadn’t been played in nearly a thousand shows – 991 to be exact – got the royal treatment from this jammed out ensemble.Thanks to Umphrey’s and TourGigs, we now have some pro-shot footage of “No Ordinary Love” to share. Tune in below:Umphrey’s is off of touring for the next few weeks, until Summer Camp Music Festival hits at the end of the month. Check out the setlist from UM’s last show below:Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee at Brooklyn Bowl, Las Vegas, NV – 5/7/16Set 1: You Got the Wrong Guy > Speak Up, Bridgeless > Hajimemashite, Dump City, Nemo > In The Kitchen > Nemo, Red Tape, Don’t Stop ’til You Get EnoughSet 2: Attachments, 1348, The Triple Wide > Bridgeless, Puppet String, No Ordinary Love, Women Wine and Song > Wife SoupEncore: Controversy > Bad Friday with Jennifer Hartswick on trumpet and Natalie Cressman on trombone with Jennifer Hartswick on vocalsNotes:with Woody Woodpecker theme (George Tibbles and Ramey Idriss) tease before 1348last No Ordinary Love 05.25.2007 (991 shows)
Jessica Magana | Daily TrojanAlyssa Coffey, a junior majoring in American studies and ethnicity (left), poses with Miriam Bedrin, a sophomore majoring in chemical engineering, for the Queer & Ally Student Assembly’s Day of Visibility. QuASA serves as the umbrella organization for USC’s LGBT student groups.
“We believe in inspiring and enabling the next generation of female athletes, creators and leaders through breaking barriers,” Adidas executive board member Eric Liedtke said in a statement.”We are announcing that all Adidas athletes on the winning 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup team will receive the same performance bonus payout as their male peers.” Adidas announced all athletes on the winning team at the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France will receive the same bonus payout as their male counterparts.The giant sportswear company released the news on Friday, with the motto “Equal pay for equal play”. Equal pay for equal play.#WWC #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/F9UD7zvp6s— adidas (@adidas) March 8, 2019It comes on the same day all 28 players on the United States women’s team reportedly filed a gender discrimination suit against the US Soccer Federation.The lawsuit cited inequities affecting everything from the team’s pay, training and travel to medical treatment.The Women’s World Cup gets underway on June 7, with the USA looking to defender their title.
TSN 4 will carry MLS Cup in Canada, with Luke Wileman on the play-by-play call and Steven Caldwell providing analysis. Kristian Jack is the sideline reporter for TSN’s MLS coverage, and he’ll be providing updates from field level at CenturyLink Field.James Duthie will be the on-site host for TSN’s coverage, with Kelcey Brade also in Seattle to deliver news updates for TSN’s SportsCentre.For French-language coverage, Canadians can tune in to TVA Sports.Relevant linksAltidore: It would take a miracle to be ready for MLS CupRebuild, retool, rematch! Toronto FC stun Atlanta United to book MLS Cup rubber match with SoundersSounders stun Los Angeles FC to reach MLS Cup final On the other side of the field is TFC, which snuck into the Eastern Conference’s fourth seed on the final day of the regular season and proceeded to take down the Nos. 1 and 2 teams en route to the MLS Cup.Both teams have endured improbable journeys to reach the championship game, and with the memories of 2016 and 2017 still fresh, this year’s Cup final could solidify both clubs’ place among the league’s all-time elite.When is MLS Cup 2019?Date: Sunday, Nov. 10Start time: 3 p.m. ETWhich teams are playing in MLS Cup?The Seattle Sounders and Toronto FC will contest MLS Cup. It’ll be the third time in the championship game for each team — both participated in the 2016 and 2017 editions. Seattle won the first match-up and Toronto claimed the second.What channel is MLS Cup on?TV channel (U.S.): ABC, Univision, TUDNTV channel (Canada): TSN 4, TVA SportsLive stream: ESPN3 (U.S.), TSN.ca (Canada)In the United States, ABC will provide English-language coverage using ESPN’s MLS crew. Adrian Healey is the main play-by-play announcer with Taylor Twellman on color commentary. Sebastian Salazar provides sideline reporting while Herculez Gomez, Alejandro Moreno and the rest of the ESPN FC crew will be on site.For Spanish-language coverage in the U.S., Univision and TUDN will broadcast the match live. Everyone loves a trilogy, and the latest edition of MLS Cup provides the third part to a burgeoning rivalry within the league.The Seattle Sounders and Toronto FC will meet in the MLS Cup final for the third time in the past four years, as both teams overcame huge odds to advance to this season’s championship match. The Sounders, who will host the Cup inal for the first time since the league moved away from neutral-site venues for its title games, took down No. 1 seed and overwhelming favorite LAFC in the Western Conference final. The second-year Los Angeles-based team entered the postseason as the all-time single-season points leader and finished 16 points clear of Seattle.