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

Independence Air plans to shut down Thursday

first_imgCHANTILLY, Va. – Independence Air, which won fans with its low fares, announced plans Monday to cease operations just days into the new year. The carrier said its money troubles will force it to cancel all departures after 7 p.m. Thursday. The end came less than 19 months after the airline’s first takeoff. “Things traditionally in the airline industry slow down drastically in January, so the total number of people that are going to be affected by this is much less than it would have been during the holiday season,” said Rick DeLisi, a spokesman for Independence Air. It was not immediately clear how many people had tickets, which DeLisi said the airline would continue selling through Thursday. On Monday afternoon – hours after the announcement – flights could still be purchased on its Web site. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson “A lot of people have described the current economic conditions in the industry as the worst ever in history, and that’s certainly proved to be the case in our situation,” DeLisi said. Thursday will be last day of work for most of the 2,700 employees, though about 180 will remain to close out the carrier’s affairs. The airline filed for bankruptcy protection in November. Parent company FLYi Inc. tried in vain to find a major investor or buyer. “There has not been a firm offer put forward that meets the financial criteria necessary to continue operations,” Kerry Skeen, Independence Air’s chairman and chief executive officer, said in a statement Monday. Last week, the carrier reportedly sent letters to its unionized pilots, flight attendants and mechanics, warning of the looming shutdown. Passengers with round-trip tickets are being contacted to see whether they can return before the shutdown. Independence Air will ask a bankruptcy court to give refunds to those who cannot, as well as to people who booked flights for Friday and beyond. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Joel Campbell vows to ‘fight with everything I have’ for Arsenal future

first_imgJoel Campbell is ready to fight for his Arsenal future.The forward has been linked with a move away from the Emirates Stadium this summer after failing to nail down a spot in the first-team.Clubs in Spain are now tracking Campbell but he insists he is instead focused on continuing his career with Arsenal.“I have had a good holiday and now I am happy to train, to return strong, to prepare myself well in this preseason for the new campaign for which I have high expectations and I will fight with everything to have the opportunity to play and to show what I can give,” Campbell told his official website.“Last season was my first full season with the team from start to finish and to me it was a very productive time, I played 30 games and that was very important for me and made me mature a lot.“I could show what I’m made of, and at last the team and the fans were happy with what I have done.“There are always rumours, but I don’t talk about those things. I focus on doing my thing, which is to train day to day, to fight and to try to give my best.” Joel Campbell has been linked with a move away from Arsenal this summer 1last_img read more