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Trail Mix – June 2018

first_img Audio PlayerSaw BlackWater TowerUse Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.00:000:00 / 2:29 Little Hot Pink House Trailer Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer & Sam Gleaves 4:07 2:29 2:46 4:18 High And Dry Red Wanting Blue 2:45 Silent Films Roanoke Storyteller the color forty nine 5:19 Copy and paste this code to your site to embed. Fire Christine Cavazos Heart Of Glass Twisted Pine Past Laurels (mastered) Lusitanian Ghosts This House Gin, Chocolate, & Bottle Rockets 3:04 This Ol’ War Coco O’connor No Other Woman The Greyhounds Big Time The Milk Carton Kids America’s Open Roads Cicada Rhythm 3:44 Homemade Bliss T. Hardy Morris 3:40 3:57 3:34 Britt Guit Hawktail Water Tower Saw Black 2:56 3:27 Sun’s Gonna Shine In My Back Door Someday Slocan Ramblers Fine Line Parker Millsap 2:39 Got an outside adventure planned to kick off your summer?Well, we have the soundtrack.This month’s mix is highlighted by a powerful and eclectic cadre of roots artists. Check out the funky grit of Fantastic Negrito, the acoustic interplay of The Milk Carton Kids, the wit and poignant songwriting of Georgia native T. Hardy Morris, and the bluesy rock of Parker Millsap.After that, you’re just getting started.Old Friends – Twisted Pine, Cicada Rhythm, The Slocan Ramblers and I See Hawks In LA – pop up amongst recently discovered gems – The Color Forty Nine, Hawktail, and Cathy Fink, Marcy Marxer, & Sam Gleaves.And be sure to check out brand new tunes from Christine Cavazos, Tami Neilson, Coco O’Connor, Red Wanting Blue, Lusitanian Ghosts, and Gin, Chocolate, & Bottle Rockets.Good stuff coming to this month’s Trail Mix blog, too. Stay tuned for chats with Saw Black, The Greyhounds, and Roanoke.So, as the summer dawns and you are ready to go outside and play, please take Trail Mix with you. Stream it and download it. Share it with a friend. It’s the perfect candy for your ears when you take on  your next adventure.And get out there and buy some of this music. Download it. Grab it on vinyl! Buy some concert tickets or seek out these bands on your next festival trip. Support these artists who are so incredibly generous with their music and let us feature it on Trail Mix. They will most definitely appreciate it. My Parka Saved Me I See Hawks In L.A. 4:31 3:13 5:40 The Duffer Fantastic Negrito Stay Outta My Business Tami Neilson 4:15 3:46 Embed 3:56last_img read more

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Guzal Yusupova stars in 1st match as Syracuse tops Brown

first_img Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on January 19, 2019 at 4:15 pm Contact Andrew: [email protected] | @CraneAndrewcenter_img Up against the far wall inside Drumlins Country Club, while Syracuse struggled against Brown, Dina Hegab and Guzal Yusupova led their set 5-4, and the game 30-15. Hegab bounced the ball four times, leaned back, and served across the court. Yusupova stared into the eyes of Alessandra Bianco.When she saw Hegab’s serve fly past the outstretched return, she let out a loud “Oyyyyy.” Two points later, a Yusupova backhand return went deep into the corner. Brown tried to keep the rally going with a defensive lob. Yusupova didn’t even look to see where it landed. She knew it was out of bounds. She high-fived Hegab, grabbed her Gatorade towel and threw it around her neck.In No. 24 Syracuse’s 7-0 win, her first match since transferring from Washington State last summer, Yusupova dominated in her singles and doubles matchups. When Gabriela Knutson and Miranda Ramirez, SU’s returning No. 1 pair, faltered, it was Yusupova and Hegab that steadied the Orange (1-0). Yusupova’s powerful winners and returns led to a 6-4 doubles win and a 6-3, 6-0 singles victory over Brown (0-1). “She’s a gamer, she’s a competitor, and she hates to lose,” head coach Younes Limam said. “She set the tone right off the start.”Against Julia Newman and Sophia Reddy, two freshmen, Yusupova punished Brown’s No. 3 pair on the outside. Often times, the Bears chased her returns with outstretched arms, no chance for any type of return. Powerful hitting is what she prides her game on, Yusupova said.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAnd her experience with Hegab showed. In the fall, they won the A-flight doubles draw at the West Point Invitational. Overall, Yusupova went 11-5 in fall doubles and 11-2 in fall singles.During the final set of her singles match against Newman, Yusupova swayed side to side, awaiting her serve. Yusupova had smashed returns and winners past Newman all match. Newman’s first serve was a fault into the net. Later, after fending off two match points, she leaned back to serve, but resisted and caught the ball, resetting. Yusupova waited, twisting her racket in her hands, wound up, and fired a return towards the right corner. The next movement Yusupova made was towards the net to shake hands. Newman’s rally return went long, and SU’s second point was secured.“You’re on the court and you are constantly looking to the other courts to see how they’re doing,” Knutson said, “and sometimes if they’re down, you’re like, ‘Oh, no, I have to win.’Today, it was Yusupova who gave Knutson relief. In between the doubles and singles matches, Knutson walked past Hegab as she was coming back onto the court. Hegab held a banana peel in one hand, and high-fived Knutson as she walked by with the other. Before their hands met, Knutson held up one finger in the air on both her hands.‘1-0,’ she whispered to Hegab, with a big smile on her face.On an afternoon when Knutson was forced into a third set against unranked Devon Jack, there was Yusupova again, ensuring that Syracuse picked up a valuable singles point if Knutson lost. Against Brown, that point didn’t matter. But when ACC play starts, where the Orange face seven current top-25 teams, it will.“Sometimes it comes down to that doubles point,” Limam said. “We lost our concentration at our No. 2 doubles, we came back from behind at No. 1 doubles.”Immediately after Yusupova’s singles match, Limam jogged across Sofya Treshcheva’s court and patted her on the back. Yusupova smiled, opened her red Wilson bag, and stuffed her racket inside. Yusupova had finished her singles match almost 20 minutes before anyone else.“This year we can do everything that we want,” Yusupova said. “…For me I think the most important thing is to give a point to my team so we can win the match.”last_img read more

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Kenpong gives Kotoko cash and mourns Jones Attuquayefio

first_imgPresident of Kenpong Group of Companies, Kennedy Agyapong has presented to Asante Kotoko with a cash sum of  ¢10,000  at his plush Airport West office in Accra and also sent a message of condolence to the families of coach Jones Attuquayefio, who passed on Tuesday morning after battling a throat ailment.The ‘Capo’ was one of the major financial contributors to the former Hearts of Oak’s coach charity match played in June 2012 at the Accra Sports stadium.But with Kotoko’s cash donation, it was received by Edmund Ackah, the club’s Accra representative and it is to support  the club’s one week camping and hotel accommodation expenditure.The General Manager of Asante Kotoko after the  presentation expressed sincere thanks to Mr Agyapong for the support.“We thank Kenpong for the support; it came at the right time and it will help us foot our bills. He has always been there for us.“There are many who love the club but he stands tall when it comes to supporting the club financially and I believe that is why the fans love and respect him. We are most grateful, God bless him so much.” Kenpong has been a regular financial pillar behind the Porcupine Warriors from the days of Herbert Mensah through Sylvester Asare, PV Obeng, Major Yaw Larsen, KK Sarpong to the current administration.Kotoko are preparing feverishly for the second round of the First Capital Plus Premier League.last_img read more

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Falcons safety J.J. Wilcox out for season with torn ACL, report says

first_imgWilcox, who would have been the team’s third safety, went down with a right knee injury about an hour into the first practice of training camp. The team is expected to announce an official update on his status Tuesday.“I don’t have any injury updates from today,” Falcons coach Dan Quinn said after practice. “I’ll follow up with anything tomorrow. Nothing from the training staff today that I can share.” J. J. Wilcox’s season is over before it started.The Falcons safety suffered a torn ACL on Monday and is out for the season,  NFL Media reported , citing unidentified sources. Patriots rumors: New England works out 4 wide receivers after Julian Edelman’s injury According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution , which cited a source familiar with the injury, Wilcox will get a second opinion on the injury this week.Wilcox, 28, signed a one-year deal with Atlanta in April after splitting last season with the Colts and Jets. He was selected by the Cowboys in the third round of the 2013 draft and also spent a season with the Steelers.His injury is the latest blow for the Falcons after the team already lost reserve defensive tackle Michael Bennett to a broken ankle. Daniel Jones agrees to terms with Giants, will be ready for start of camp, report says Related News Redskins’ Trent Williams likely to hold out from training camp, report sayslast_img read more

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