Today, Resonance Music & Arts Festival announced its first headliner for 2018: Brain Damaged Eggmen, the long-inactive side project featuring Brendan Bayliss, Jake Cinninger, and Kris Myers of Umphrey’s McGee and Marc Brownstein and Aron Magner of The Disco Biscuits which pays tribute to two iconic rock and roll outfits, Pink Floyd and The Beatles. As noted by Resonance Music Festival in an announcement posted on Facebook, this will be Brain Damaged Eggmen’s sole performance of 2018.The long-running spinoff band’s special performance at Resonance Music & Arts Festival this year will mark Brain Damaged Eggmen’s first performance since 2012, when the band performed at Summer Camp Music Festival, marking a gap of six years. The Umphrey’s McGee/Disco Biscuits tribute to The Beatles and Pink Floyd was particularly active from 2006 to 2008, before more or less dropping off the map, save for rare performances in the years since.“Fearless” & “Tomorrow Never Knows” – Summer Camp Music Festival 2012[Video: SummerCampFest]As explained by Resonance in a Facebook post:First formed in 2006 performing a pool deck closing set aboard Jam Cruise IV, this rare ensemble has only performed a handful of times including The Vic Theater in 2006, Caribbean Holidaze in 2007, and Summer Camp Music Festival in 2012. … The band’s only goal, respectfully and tastefully pay homage to two of their biggest influences; The Beatles and Pink Floyd.Resonance Music Festival will take place from September 20th to 22nd at Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio. Thus far, the festival has also announced TAUK (two sets, including a TAUKing Beatles set), Clozee, Bluetech, Frameworks (one live band set and one solo set), Sunsquabi (three nights), Random Rab (two sets), Kung Fu (two sets), Melvin Seals & JGB, Pink Talking Fish (two sets), Thriftworks, Satsang, Freddy Todd, and Cofresi. You can snag tickets for the festival here and get more information about the festival here.
Premier League Boxing Day fixtures and how to watch them on Amazon Prime Metro Sport ReporterThursday 17 Oct 2019 5:49 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link55Shares Leicester host Liverpool on Boxing Day (Picture: AMA/Getty Images)The Boxing Day schedule has been announced and all 10 fixtures will be available to watch on Amazon Prime for those who have a membership.There are matches at four different kick-off times, with all the 3pm kick-offs also available to watch via match choice.Amazon Prime are also showing all the Premier League fixtures over 3-5 December, which include the Merseyside derby and Manchester United vs Tottenham.Here are all the games that you will need an Amazon Prime account to watch and how to get your hands on one.ADVERTISEMENTBoxing Day fixtures12.30pm – Tottenham vs Brighton3pm – Bournemouth vs Arsenal3pm – Chelsea vs Southampton3pm – Aston Villa vs Norwich3pm – Everton vs Burnley3pm – Sheffield United vs Watford3pm – Crystal Palace vs West Ham5.30pm – Man Utd vs Newcastle8pm – Leicester vs LiverpoolAdvertisementAdvertisementHow to get Amazon PrimeYou can sign up for Amazon Prime here and get a 30-day free trial, which will then cost £7.99-per-month when the trial ends.To include the Boxing Day fixtures in your 30-day free trial, start it on 27 November or later.You will be able to watch the games on your TV, tablet, phone or laptop, with all the details here.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityOther Premier League fixtures on Amazon Prime3 DecemberCrystal Palace vs BournemouthBurnley vs Man City4 DecemberLeicester vs WatfordWolves vs West HamSouthampton vs NorwichChelsea vs Aston VillaMan Utd vs TottenhamLiverpool vs Everton5 DecemberSheffield United vs NewcastleArsenal vs Brighton“We are always looking to add more value to Prime, and we’re delighted to now offer, for the first time, live Premier League matches to Prime members at no extra cost to their membership,’ said Jay Marine, vice president of Prime Video in Europe.‘The Premier League is the most watched sports league in the world.‘Over these two December fixture rounds Prime members will be able to watch every team, every game, so no matter which Premier League team you support, you’re guaranteed to see them play live on Prime Video.’MORE: Sir Alex Ferguson accused of fixing Man U match for a RolexMORE: Mauricio Pochettino does not want any January signings and calls on his Tottenham squad to fight Comment Advertisement Advertisement
—Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka is unsure whether he will be able to take his first turn through the rotation as he recovers from a line drive off his head. Tanaka was hit on the right side near the temple by Giancarlo Stanton’s shot during batting practice on July 4. While the 31-year-old right-hander says he has no concussion symptoms, he has not thrown off a mound since. —A person with knowledge of the deal says the Atlanta Braves have agreed to a one-year deal with free agent outfielder Yasiel Puig (yah-SEEL’ pweeg). The agreement helps the NL East champions address a depth problem in their outfield. Nick Markakis recently opted out over concerns about the coronavirus. The 29-year-old Puig hit a combined .267 with 24 homers and 84 RBIs for Cincinnati and Cleveland in 2019. He also stole 19 bases.— Jake Burger is going to play in a local league this summer in his hometown of St. Louis after the Chicago White Sox approved the plan for their first-round pick in the 2017 amateur draft. It’s a chance for the third baseman to get back on the field after he tore his left Achilles tendon twice, sidelining him for each of the previous two seasons. — Fans wanting to see their faces at Dodger Stadium this season can buy cutouts. The team says net proceeds from the sale will benefit the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation. Cutouts in the Dugout Club or new Pavilion Home Run Seats cost $299. Field and loge cutout locations cost $149. The cutouts are 18 inches wide and 30 inches high. The images are subject to team approval. VIRUS OUTBREAK-NBA UNDATED (AP) — The Southeastern Conference is postponing the start of volleyball, soccer and cross country competition through at least the end of August because of COVID-19. The league says that provides more time to prepare for a safe return to competition on an adjusted timeline. The decision includes all exhibition and non-conference games.Each school will be responsible for any rescheduling of non-conference contests impacted by the postponement.The league hasn’t made any announcement on the football season. The Big Ten and Pac-12 have opted to only play conference games.VIRUS OUTBREAK-NFL-PATRIOTS — A person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press that the Cleveland Browns are closing in on a massive contract extension with star defensive end Myles Garrett. He was the No. 1 overall pick in 2017 and is one of the NFL’s premiere edge rushers. Garrett and the Browns could have the deal completed in the next day or so. NFL Network reported the extension could be for five years and $125 million. NHL-ISLANDERS-SOROKINIslanders sign Sorokin for next seasonUNDATED (AP) — The New York Islanders have signed goaltender of the future Ilya Sorokin to a contract for next season. The $2 million deal includes $1 million in salary and a $1 million bonus. A day earlier, the team signed Sorokin to an entry-level deal for the remainder of this season even though he’s not eligible to play. The 24-year-old Sorokin is considered one of the top prospects at any position not current in the NHL. In other NHL moves: Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditVIRUS OUTBREAK-MLB-BLUE JAYSCanadian health official suggests longer Blue Jays homestandTORONTO (AP) — A top Canadian government health official says a longer stretch of home games might help the Blue Jays to get approval to play in Toronto amid the pandemic. Update on the latest sports July 14, 2020 Associated Press Kings’ Barnes isn’t at NBA restart, says he has coronavirusLAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — Harrison Barnes of the Sacramento Kings became the latest NBA player to reveal that he has coronavirus, making the announcement Tuesday and saying he has hopes to join his team at the league’s restart later this summer. Barnes is the only player who has started all 64 of the Kings’ games this season. To extend that streak, he’ll need to be cleared and arrive at Walt Disney World before Sacramento’s season resumes with the first of its eight seeding games on July 31 against San Antonio.VIRUS OUTBREAK-SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCESoutheastern Conference postpones start of some sports Patriots hope to play before some fansFOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — The New England Patriots have joined a growing list of NFL teams who hope to play home games this season in front of a significantly reduced number of fans to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.The team announced Tuesday that it plans to play in front of about 20% of Gillette Stadium’s capacity, if approved by state and local officials. The stadium’s capacity is just under 66,000. The Patriots also informed season ticket holders that if fans are allowed at the stadium, they will be asked to adhere to physical distancing of at least six feet. Tickets will be arranged in blocks of 10 seats or fewer, with the first eight rows of the stadium not in use. Face coverings will also be required at all times.Patriots season ticket holders will have the first opportunity to purchase individual game tickets. Any remaining ticket inventory will go on sale to the general public. Draisaitl finished first in points with 110 in 71 games before the season was halted because of the COVID-19 pandemic. MacKinnon helped injury-ravaged Colorado clinch a top four seed in the Western Conference. And Panarin had 95 points in his first season with New York.VIRUS OUTBREAK-USTAUSTA cancels amateur eventsUNDATED (AP) — The U.S. Tennis Association has canceled several amateur events scheduled in August because of the coronavirus pandemic but is still planning to hold the U.S. Open starting Aug. 31.USTA National Championships in certain junior age groups for singles and doubles are being scrapped. NFL-CHIEFS-JONESChiefs have four-year extension with JonesKANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs have agreed with defensive tackle Chris Jones on a four-year, $85 million contract extension that includes $60 million in guarantees. That word comes from a person familiar with the deal.The Chiefs and representatives for Jones have been working on a contract extension ever since last year, when they remained far apart on terms and the Pro Bowl selection skipped the entirety of the offseason program. Jones was back in time for training camp and helped the Chiefs win their first Super Bowl in 50 years in February.Elsewhere in the NFL: — Right wing Troy Terry has agreed to a three-year, $4.35 million contract extension through the 2022-23 season with the Anaheim Ducks. Terry has eight goals and 20 assists in 81 career games with the Ducks. They drafted him in the fifth round in 2015. He scored 15 points in 47 games this season.—The Minnesota Wild similarly signed fellow Russian Kirill Kaprizov to a two-year contract for this season and next. Kaprizov like Sorokin can’t compete in the resumption of the season.NHL-TED LINDSAY AWARD FINALISTSDraisaitl, MacKinnon among finalistsNEW YORK (AP) — NHL leading scorer Leon Draisaitl of the Oilers, Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon and Rangers winger Artemi Panarin are the finalists for the Ted Lindsay Award. The trophy goes to the league’s most outstanding player as voted by fellow players. None of them have won the award before. Deputy Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Howard Njoo says back and forth travel from the U.S. where cases are surging is a major issue that could prevent the government from approving MLB to play in Canada. MLB requires an exemption to a requirement that anyone entering Canada for nonessential reasons must self-isolate for 14 days. The U.S.-Canada border remains closed to nonessential travel. The Blue Jays’ home opener is scheduled for July 29 against Washington.In other MLB news:— About 10 Major League Baseball umpires have opted out this season, choosing not to work games in the shortened schedule because of concerns over the coronavirus. There are 76 full-time MLB umpires and more than 20 of them are age 55 or over. Joe West and Gerry Davis are the oldest umps at 67. Umpires who are deemed at risk — either for their age, health situation or other issues — and opt out will continue to get paid. Umps get their salaries over 12 months and have already been paid through April. Men’s and women’s USTA National Grass Court Championships in Newport, Rhode Island, are also among the tournaments eliminated.The USTA says the sort of COVID-19 testing and universal housing planned for the U.S. Open “would logistically and financially be incredibly difficult to create” at these national events.
Week 11 of the college football season is here and it is easily the biggest one all year.The headliner is the “Game of the Century” between No. 1 LSU and No. 2 Alabama in Tuscaloosa. The top two teams will duke it out in what figures to be a high-scoring shootout between elite offenses. The winner has the green light towards a College Football Playoff bid while the loser could need some luck to reach the Playoff. College football schedule Week 11: What games are on today?Here’s the full schedule for Saturday’s top 25 college football games in Week 11, plus final scores and how to watch every game live. All times are Eastern.You can keep up with live scores and stats with SN’s live scoreboard.Saturday, Nov. 9GameTime (ET)TV channelMaryland vs. No. 3 Ohio StateNoonFoxNo. 5 Penn State vs. No. 13 MinnesotaNoonABCVanderbilt vs. No. 10 FloridaNoonESPNNo. 11 Baylor vs. TCUNoonFS1East Carolina vs. No. 23 SMUNoonESPNUNo. 1 LSU vs. No. 2 Alabama3:30 p.m.CBSNo. 20 Kansas State vs. Texas3:30 p.m.ESPNNo. 22 Wake Forest vs. Virginia Tech3:30 p.m.ACC NetworkUConn vs. No. 17 Cincinnati3:30 p.m.CBS Sports NetworkNo. 18 Iowa vs. No. 16 Wisconsin4 p.m.FoxMissouri vs. No. 6 Georgia7 p.m.ESPNNo. 4 Clemson vs. N.C. State7:30 p.m.ABCDuke vs. No. 15 Notre Dame7:30 p.m.ACC NetworkIowa State vs. No. 9 Oklahoma8 p.m.FoxWyoming vs. No. 21 Boise State10:15 p.m.ESPNHow to watch, live stream college football gamesThe Week 11 games involving ranked teams will be televised live on national TV, with games appearing on ESPN, ABC, CBS, CBS Sports Network, Fox and ESPNU, as well as conference-focused and team-focused channels such as ACC Network.College football scores Week 11Saturday, Nov. 9GameMaryland vs. No. 3 Ohio StateNo. 5 Penn State vs. No. 13 MinnesotaVanderbilt vs. No. 10 FloridaNo. 11 Baylor vs. TCUEast Carolina vs. No. 23 SMUNo. 1 LSU vs. No. 2 AlabamaNo. 20 Kansas State vs. TexasNo. 22 Wake Forest vs. Virginia TechUConn vs. No. 17 CincinnatiNo. 18 Iowa vs. No. 16 WisconsinMissouri vs. No. 6 GeorgiaNo. 4 Clemson vs. N.C. StateDuke vs. No. 15 Notre DameIowa State vs. No. 9 OklahomaWyoming vs. No. 21 Boise State Two more ranked games will be played Saturday. In the Big Ten, an undefeated matchup between No. 5 Penn State and No. 13 Minnesota gets things going at noon. Minnesota can cement its status as a legitimate Playoff threat while Penn State looks to keep things rolling. No. 18 Iowa at No. 16 Wisconsin is the final ranked game Saturday in a game between two-loss Big Ten foes.There will be plenty of highlights and storylines in what will be a massive college football slate. WEEK 11 PICKS: Straight up | Against the spread
The Toronto Maple Leafs’ 4-1 win over the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday took a scary turn late in the third period when a postwhistle scrum between Toronto defenseman Jake Muzzin and Red Wings forward Anthony Mantha left Mantha injured after a controversial play by Muzzin.With under two minutes remaining in the game, Muzzin laid an open-ice hit on Detroit defenseman Madison Bowey as the blueliner broke into the Leafs attacking zone. Bowey rose back to his skates after the hit, but Mantha engaged Muzzin in a scrum following the play in defense of his teammate. Muzzin and Mantha engage, with the latter hitting the ice hard. Hope Mantha is ok. #LeafsForever pic.twitter.com/VM2xcGc3UU— Maple Leafs Hotstove (@LeafsNews) December 22, 2019Postgame, Detroit head coach Jeff Blashill already ruled Mantha out for Sunday’s contest against the Arizona Coyotes, as per the Detroit Free Press’ Helene St. James. The Red Wings later confirmed on Sunday that Mantha will be placed on injured reserve with an upper-body injury for at least one week and that the NHL chose not to take disciplinary action on Muzzin’s play.Muzzin, 30, was given two minor penalties on the play: one for roughing and another for unsportsmanlike conduct. Mantha was also assessed a minor penalty for roughing.The game only got tenser from there on out. Following the scrum between Muzzin and Mantha, Detroit forward Andreas Athanasiou sparked another scrum and fight before the game could end when he kneed Alex Kerfoot just outside the Maple Leafs’ zone with 34 seconds remaining in the game. Athanasiou was issued kneeing, roughing and fighting penalties on the play and an ensuing altercation with Toronto defenseman Justin Holl. The 2010s: Crosby named NHL Athlete of the Decade | NHL All-Decade TeamThings took a turn for a worse when Muzzin appeared to swipe Mantha’s leg out from under him and threw the 25-year-old forward to the ice from behind, causing him to hit his head hard on the ice. Mantha remained on the ground for several moments before he was helped off the ice by Red Wings medical staff and Bowey.
On the diamonds first was Cardinals against Our Glass in B-Division play.Thursday its defending champions Jackson’s Hole against Takeouts at 6 p.m. and Molson Finleys vs Bogustown at 7:30 p.m. in A-Division action.The tournament concludes Sunday with A-Divison final at 6:30 p.m.The B event goes at 5 p.m. while the C event begins at 3:30 p.m.Due to the flooding of the Lakeside Diamonds, all games are being played at Queen Elizabeth Park in Fairview. Thankfully, Mother Nature decided to take the night off rainwise, allowing the Nelson Mixed Slopitch League to begin the run to the championship game Sunday at Queen Elizabeth Park.