Watch Umphrey’s McGee Bust Out ‘No Ordinary Love’ With Jennifer Hartswick In Official Video

first_imgJust 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[1], Don’t Stop ’til You Get Enough[1]Set 2: Attachments, 1348, The Triple Wide > Bridgeless, Puppet String, No Ordinary Love[2], Women Wine and Song[1] > Wife Soup[1]Encore: Controversy > Bad Friday[1][1] with Jennifer Hartswick on trumpet and Natalie Cressman on trombone[2] 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)last_img read more

Niger Tornadoes’ Ammeh Relishes Aiteo Cup Victory over Plateau Utd

first_imgAmmeh said his side are not celebrating yet but will double their efforts to ensure they get a decent result in the reverse fixture clash on Saturday in Jos.“It was a difficult game. Plateau United proved their worth and gave us a good fight.“A 2-0 win is convincing and a testament that we can go a long way in the Aiteo Cup.“However, we believe that the outcome is not yet done and dusted.“We are convinced Plateau United will come out stronger in the next match.“That is why we are not celebrating yet. We will go back to the trenches to prepare harder for the second leg in Jos on Saturday.“We must double our effort to ensure we get it right in Jos.“We will attack from start to finish and try to score more goals to make it difficult for the opponents to come back in the clash.“We are determined to make it to the semifinals of the annual football championship,” said Ammeh to supersport.com.The two top-flight teams will meet again on Saturday at the Rwang Pam Stadium in Jos to decide who progress to the semifinals of the annual football fiesta.AITEO CUP(Q’final, 1st Leg Results)MENIfeanyi Ubah 3-0 ABSOsun Utd 1-0 Sunshine StarsTornadoes 2-0 Plateau Utd*Akwa Utd Vs Katsina Feeders (pp)WOMENBayelsa Queens 1-0 Nasarawa AmazonsIbom Angels 1-0 Pelican starsRivers Angels 0-0 Edo QueensAbia Angels 1-0 Confluence QueensShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Niger Tornadoes attacking winger Wilfred Angel Ammeh is overjoyed at his side’s hard-fought 2-0 victory against Nigerian champions Plateau United wednesday.The Ikon Allah Boys defeated the Jos Elephants 2-0 in Wednesday’s Aiteo Cup quarterfinals clash at the Confluence Stadium in Lokoja.A goal in each half off the foot of Ebenezer Odeyemi and Bolaji Adeyemo was enough to hand the Minna landlords a head start in the first of the two-legged encounter.last_img read more

2014 Airtel rising stars to screen 2000 footballers

first_imgAfrica’s most comprehensive search for young football talent, Airtel Rising Stars will screen at least 2000 Ghanaians, both male and female over the period between June and July this year.The footballers will be drawn from every region in the country on a zonal selection basis coordinated by the Ghana Football Association.Airtel Rising Stars which is in its fourth year has become the best collaborative effort between the Ghana Football Association and any of its partners at promoting juvenile football in the country.Since its inception in 2011, Airtel Rising Stars has produced players for the national juvenile teams. Notable among them is Priscilla Okyere who captained the National Under- 17 team to a bronze finish at the World Cup and currently plays for the National Under-21 team.Four more girls from Airtel Rising Stars also played for Ghana in the World Under-17 cup played in Costa Rica.The Head of Corporate Communications at Airtel, Donald Dwira expects this year’s Airtel Rising Stars to have an even bigger impact on Ghana. “This year, we are targeting the National Boys Under-17 national team as well. We have made a huge statement with the Girls National Team and we will add to the numbers there. But we also want to find players who can have a chance with the National Boys Juvenile side or the Black Starlets. If we can find players worthy of representing their country, we will not only be helping them fulfill their talent, we will also help bring honour to the country.” Said Donald DwiraThis year’s Airtel Rising Stars will be launched on the 28th of May in Accra. The ten regions of Ghana will be divided into four zones who will then compete in zonal championships in Ho, Kumasi, Cape Coast and Tamale. The best players from each zone will be selected to play a national finals competition to be held in Sunyani.Donald Dwira expects the competition for places to be tough at the finals to be tough.“This year’s Airtel rising Stars will be by far the best and the most competitive. We are looking at the best players in Ghana at the Under-17 level in the country’s juvenile leagues. At the finals in Sunyani, only the best players will be selected to make the final squad which will represent Ghana at the Africa competition of the Airtel Rising Stars to be played in Gabon. Anybody the technical team managing the football competition picks would be deserving of the prestigious privilege to play for Ghana and the level must be the same as being in the Black Starlets or the Black Maidens team.” The Head of Airtel’s Corporate Communications said.. The Airtel Rising Stars championship in Gabon will feature seventeen countries within which the Bharti Airtel Group, the global telecom giant operates in. The Airtel Rising Stars project is a Corporate Social Responsibility initiative of the group which is one of the most loved brands in Africa.last_img read more