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_imgRelatedPosts Mane double eases Liverpool to win over 10-man Chelsea EPL: Chelsea, Liverpool in cagey duel Exciting EPL, La Liga, Serie A matches this weekend on DStv, GOtv Dan Gosling condemned Chelsea to a fourth defeat in five Premier League matches as Bournemouth triumphed 1-0 at Stamford Bridge. Gosling struck an 84th-minute winner when he flicked the ball over Kepa Arrizabalaga and into the net despite standing with his back to goal, ending Bournemouth’s run of five successive league losses. Kepa was made to pay for another bout of poor positioning, while Chelsea were punished for an incoherent and toothless display that will have left boss Frank Lampard far from impressed. Lampard has demanded more “personality” from his Chelsea players in a bid to arrest their league slump, but despite a host of big names there was precious little star quality on view in west London. Instead, in-form striker Tammy Abraham was too isolated too often, with teammates unable to provide the service to capitalise on his sharpness in front of goal. Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth headed into the clash missing eight injured senior players and fretting about the source of their next league victory. The Cherries had not won since seeing off Manchester United 1-0 at home on November 2, and would have expected a stern test in the capital. Howe’s men kept their heads and shape throughout however, even rebuffing a late Chelsea rally after Lampard threw on Michy Batshuayi as a second striker. While Bournemouth were left to toast a vital win, Chelsea could only lament another below-par league performance. After Tuesday’s high of seeing off Lille 2-1 to reach the Champions League’s last 16, this was a serious bump down to earth for Lampard and the Blues. Mason Mount spurned the finest chance of a wretched first half, unable to beat Bournemouth goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale who blocked well after Jorginho’s dangerous dink into the box. Abraham could not turn Cesar Azpilicueta’s cross goalwards despite a neat run and first-time effort, while Christian Pulisic failed to find a team-mate with a header across goal. Ryan Fraser saw a low shot blocked in a rare Bournemouth raid, but otherwise it was 45 minutes of bluster. Chelsea rode their luck on a host of occasions after the break as an emboldened Bournemouth started to chase the game. Kurt Zouma pulled off a fine last-ditch sliding tackle to deny Josh King, with an out-of-position Kepa furiously backpedalling. Jefferson Lerma was hugely fortunate to escape without conceding a penalty for elbowing away Willian’s free-kick as Chelsea rallied as the match ticked past the hour. Callum Hudson-Odoi added impetus off the bench, and his cross eventually led to Emerson Palmieri heading straight at Ramsdale. From point-blank range the Chelsea left-back should have easily nodded home. But instead the Blues were left to battle away as the turgidity continued. Lampard went for broke by sending on Batshuayi, sacrificing Jorginho in chasing a much-needed win. And yet it was Bournemouth prevailed, as Gosling conjured an improbable lob to stun Kepa, with Azpilicueta unable to clear off the line. The goal was rightly awarded after a Video Assistant Referee check, with the ball clearly crossing the line despite Azpilicueta’s best efforts – and Philip Billing not active as he was retreating when the ball was played in to Gosling.Tags: AFC BournemouthChelseaMichy BatshuayiStamford Bridgelast_img read more


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first_img1 Alex McCarthy: The 26-year-old leaves Selhurst Park after just one year Southampton have signed goalkeeper Alex McCarthy from Premier League rivals Crystal Palace. The 26-year-old leaves the south London club after just one season, penning a three-year deal with Claude Puel’s side. He is the Saints’ third arrival of the summer after winger Nathan Redmond, from Norwich, and Bayern Munich midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.“I’m over the moon to join a club like this,” McCarthy told the club’s official YouTube channel.“The club is known for producing young players and they’ve had successful seasons. There’s the Europa League to look forward to this season, so there’s going to be a lot of games.“With the stature of the club, I’m honoured to be here and I’m looking forward to getting working with everyone.”McCarthy came through the ranks at Reading, going on a number of loan spells including with Leeds, Ipswich and Yeovil, before ending his nine-year association with the Royals to move to QPR in 2014 and then to Palace in 2015.With a number of experienced goalkeepers on the books at the Eagles, McCarthy only made seven first-team appearances in 2015/16 and he moves to the south coast to battle England shot-stopper Fraser Forster for the number one spot.READ MORE: Premier League transfers: Done deals so far in summer 2016last_img read more