Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Deliver New Tune At Paste Studio Session [Video]

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first_imgOn Thursday, the Baltimore-bred funk-jam juggernaut Pigeons Playing Ping Pong participated in their first-ever Paste Studio Session, performing “Fun In Funk” and “Porcupine” from their recently release Pizazz, as well as a brand new tune “Dawn A New Day”. “Dawn A New Day” has only been played a few times previously during the band’s October run, marking the song’s national debut at Paste Studios. You can check out the new tune in the video below at the 28:30 mark.“Dawn A New Day” is much different than the rest of the band’s repertoire, as it heads down the road a Motown-esque vibe, with tinges of southern rock and soul, and inspiration drawing from the music of the Allman Brothers Band.Watch Pigeons Playing Ping Pong perform at Paste Studio Sessions below, and catch them in a city near you!Pigeons Playing Ping Pong is currently on their national fall tour, extending through New Year’s Eve in Covington, Kentucky. Head to the band’s official website for all tour and ticketing information, and don’t miss Pigeons Playing Ping Pong as they inevitably come through a city near you!Upcoming Pigeons Playing Ping Pong 2017 Dates10/19 – San Francisco, CA – The Independent10/20 – Santa Cruz, CA – The Catalyst Atrium10/21 – West Hollywood, CA – Troubadour10/22 – San Diego, CA – Casbah10/24 – Phoenix, AZ – Last Exit Live10/26 – Dallas, TX – Club Dada10/27 – Austin, TX – The Mohawk10/28 – Houston, TX – The White Oak10/31 – Atlanta, GA – Terminal West11/1 – Chattanooga, TN – Revelry Room11/2 – Nashville, TN – Exit/In11/3 – Asheville, NC – Salvage Station11/4 – Richmond, VA – The National11/24 – Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Steel11/25 – Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live!11/30 – New Haven, CT – Toad’s Place12/1 – Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club12/2 – Saratoga Springs, NY – Putnam Den12/8 – Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Art12/9 – Pittsburgh, PA – Mr. Smalls Theater12/29 – Cleveland, OH – Beachland Ballroom12/30 – Cleveland, OH – Beachland Ballroom12/31 – Covington, KY – Madison Theater1/17 – 1/22 – Miami, FL / The Ocean – Jam Cruiselast_img read more


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first_imgWheat prices are down, and wheat acreage in Georgia is dropping.To boost the state’s wheat industry and help producers get more out of their crop, University of Georgia Cooperative Extension small-grains specialist Reagan Noland is researching a dual-use system that would enable growers to use their wheat crop for grain and forage production.The dual-use system is common in Texas and Oklahoma and allows growers to use their wheat crop as a winter forage for grazing and for a grain harvest. The UGA study compares different seeding rates of winter wheat and measures forage yield and subsequent grain yield. Seeding rate guidelines for grain and forage production are available, but not for the dual-use system.“Supplemental forages are often needed in the winter. This wheat management approach enables farmers to provide their cattle with good, quality forage,” Noland said. “Economically, it’s a challenge to grow wheat right now. Hopefully, this method can help farmers gain the most out of their crop.”According to the 2017-18 Extension Wheat Production Guide, Georgia farmers planted 160,000 acres in the 2016-2017 season, which marked the third year the state’s wheat acreage declined. Growers only harvested 70,000 acres, or 43 percent of the planted area, due to disease pressure and poor environmental conditions. The average yield was only 47 bushels per acre.An underwhelming 2016 financial market didn’t help farmers. In the production guide, prices were recorded as low as $4.05 a bushel. This marked the fifth year prices have declined. The price per bushel was $4.60 in 2015 and $5.35 in 2014.Adam Rabinowitz, UGA Extension economist, said prices are improving for the 2017 crop and will be closer to 2015 prices, mainly due to drought conditions in the Southern Plains.This year’s cold weather has been a boon for Georgia’s wheat producers. In recent years, poor vernalization, or flowering, has been one of Georgia wheat producers’ biggest problems. Wheat needs a period of cold temperatures for optimum reproductive growth and grain production in the spring.The past two winters have been extremely mild, and temperatures rarely dropped below freezing. That has not been the case this year.“With the extensive cold periods we experienced this winter, I am confident that the crop has had adequate vernalization, which sets us up for good yield potential this spring,” Noland said.Farmers should be prepared to manage diseases such as Fusarium head blight (FHB), or head scab, this spring, he said. Head scab causes yield loss, low test weights, low seed germination and mycotoxins that contaminate grain.For more information on FHB, read UGA Extension Circular 1066, “Identification and Control of Fusarium Head Blight (Scab) of Wheat in Georgia,” at extension.uga.edu/publications or visit the U.S. Wheat and Barley Scab Initiative website at www.scabusa.org.last_img read more