Sound Summit Benefit Concert Announces Lineup, Wilco To Headline

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first_imgThis year’s Sound Summit, which will be held in the San Franciso Bay area at Mount Tamalpais’ 4000-seat Mountain Theater, has announced a lineup featuring headliner Wilco, along with Los Lobos, Bill Frisell’s Guitar In The Space Age, and The Stone Foxes, and will be held on September 17th.The one-day event raises money for the general upkeep of Mount Tamalpais State Park. Last year’s event, which featured sets from Tedeschi Trucks Band, Dr. John & The Nite Trippers and others raised $40,000 for the Roots & Branches conservancy, a non-profit which oversees the upkeep of Mount Tam.Tickets for this year’s event go on sale this Friday, June 17th at 10am PST, and can be purchase at the festival website HERE.last_img


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first_img Kawhi Leonard’s playmaking is more than a passing fancy for Clippers Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Luka Doncic injured, Kawhi Leonard dominant; Social Media reacts after Clippers 130-122 victory over Mavs All appears to be forgiven.Dallas reportedly had a strong interest in signing Lakers restricted free agent forward Julius Randle, but that would appear to be dead at this point. Randle was given a $5.6-million qualifying offer by the Lakers earlier this week, which made him a restricted free agent. Randle could still draw interested from the likes of Brooklyn or Indiana.Meanwhile, the Clippers will move on from the only center they have known since 2008.The Clippers management team of Jerry West and Lawrence Frank isn’t expected to pursue top-tier free agents such as LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Paul George of the Oklahoma City Thunder, DeMarcus Cousins of the New Orleans Pelicans or Tyreke Evans of the Memphis Grizzlies.For starters, the Clippers don’t have the necessary cap space. They are expected to be major players in 2019, though, when they’re projected to have up to $50 million in order to sign free agents in a class that’s expected to be deeper and more talented than this one.Related Articles Video highlights, social media reaction after Clippers’ 118-110 victory over Mavericks “You’re definitely active,” Frank said earlier this week, “but you have to have the capacity, so you have to have the salary cap space. Whether it’s via free agency, whether it’s via a trade, you’re constantly looking for ways to improve the roster.”If the Clippers are active starting Saturday, most likely they’ll be in search of forwards. Even after trading Rivers, they have an over-abundance of guards on their roster after drafting guards Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (Kentucky) and Jerome Robinson (Boston College) last week.Before trading Rivers, the son of Coach Doc Rivers, the Clippers had nine guards on the roster.Rivers might not be the last guard to depart the Clippers, though.Avery Bradley, acquired in the deal that sent Griffin to Detroit, will be an unrestricted free agent and isn’t expected to re-sign. Milos Teodosic exercised his option on next season, but the Clippers could waive the native of Serbia before July 16, when his deal becomes fully guaranteed.Only $2.1 million of Teodosic’s $6.3-million contract for 2018-19 is guaranteed.center_img Morning Wrap: Full coverage from Lakers-Clippers thriller; Angels, Dodgers going in different directions; Whicker pays tribute to legendary Mike Gillespie DeAndre Jordan opted out of the final year of his contract for next season with the Clippers and became an unrestricted free agent, with the Dallas Mavericks his most likely destination, according to multiple reports Friday. He was due to make $24.1 million if he opted in with the Clippers.Instead, Friday likely marked the end of Lob City, the most successful period in the Clippers’ history. Jordan played a franchise-record 750 games over 10 seasons with the Clippers. He set career marks for rebounds (7,988) and blocked shots (1,277). Jordan, a 6-foot-11 center, was the first piece of the Lob City puzzle, joining the Clippers via the 2008 draft, and the last to depart. The Clippers traded Blake Griffin to the Detroit Pistons last winter and Chris Paul to the Houston Rockets last summer.The 29-year-old Jordan averaged 12 points and a career-high 15.2 rebounds in 2017-18.The Clippers tried but failed to send Jordan to the Mavericks in a sign-and-trade deal after they dealt guard Austin Rivers to the Washington Wizards in exchange for center Marcin Gortat on Tuesday. The Mavericks reportedly did not want to surrender draft compensation in a trade to acquire Jordan, and the Clippers were reportedly resistant to taking veteran Wes Matthews back in a deal.Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here.Jordan and the Mavericks can begin free-agency discussions on Saturday at 9:01 p.m. PT and are expected to quickly come to an agreement. Jordan, who grew up in the Houston area and played one season at Texas A&M, might end up taking a little less next season than he was going to make in exchange for the security of multiple years. Jordan can’t officially sign a new contract until the moratorium ends next Friday, however.The Mavericks nearly landed Jordan in free agency three years ago, but he re-signed with the Clippers after several teammates, including Paul and Griffin, virtually held him hostage in his Houston-area home until he reneged on a verbal agreement on a four-year, $87-million contract with Dallas. Minnesota wins NBA draft lottery, Golden State gets No. 2 pick last_img read more


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