Watch Bruce Hornsby Perform With The Roots On Last Night’s Fallon Episode

first_imgIn anticipation of the release for his newest album, Rehab Reunion, both Bruce Hornsby and his Noisemakers drummer Sonny Emory sat in with The Roots on house band duties throughout last night’s episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Hornsby played the Appalachian Dulcimer, while Emory added to percussion on the washboard, as the full house band played segments of songs that appear on Rehab Reunion, which is due out this Friday, June 17th.Bruce Hornsby Offers Full Stream Of New Album, ‘Rehab Reunion’ [Listen]Fallon also brought along a co-host for the evening, former Late Night host Jay Leno. The two performed the opening dialogue together and traded jokes back and forth over the course of the show. Check out the entire show below, including a performance of the Hornsby classic “The Way It Is” at 29:30, as the show went in and out of the commercial break:last_img read more

Badgers to fight Sioux on ice

first_imgWhile the UW women’s hockey team’s home matchup with North Dakota this weekend won’t have as much national attention or as many postseason implications as last weekend’s with Minnesota, it will be important nonetheless.Wisconsin (7-0-1, 5-0-1 Big Ten) split last weekend with a win and a draw, ending its 19 game win streak, and dropping the team into a tie for the top spot with New Hampshire in the national rankings. The second game of the series, a 3-3 tie, was especially disappointing for the Badgers, as they let a two-goal lead slip through their fingers in the final minute of play and were left with a sour taste in their mouths. This week though, the team has rebounded, working hard to ensure the late-game letdown against Minnesota won’t happen again.”I think we’re responding really positively,” said captain Bobbi-Jo Slusar of the team’s reaction in the aftermath of Sunday’s tie. “I think our practices have been good, we’ve looked like we’ve been up tempo, and we’ll be ready to go this weekend.””We had a very good practice yesterday, and today was pretty good,” head coach Mark Johnson said. “We’re just getting better as a team.”Though there isn’t as much time as usual between games this week — Wisconsin will play Friday afternoon after last playing Sunday — Johnson understands that might not be a bad thing as it gives the Badgers a quick opportunity to get back out on the ice.”It’s nice to have a short turnaround, because you don’t have to think about [the tie] very much,” Johnson said. “We get right back into our next game.”North Dakota (2-4-0, 0-4-0) comes into the series in a bit of a slump as the Fighting Sioux have lost their last four games and have failed to score in any of them, having been outscored by a whopping 19-0. The Sioux are a young team with just two seniors and only one junior, and inexperience has hampered them early on in the season.Yet, the Badgers won’t be taking them lightly.”I get more nervous about these games than I do when we play Minnesota,” Johnson said. “As coaches we have to make sure these kids are prepared and play up to their potential.”Johnson and his coaching staff must have been effective getting that point across as Slusar agrees the team must come out hard against the undermatched Sioux.”You can’t take [North Dakota] lightly, they’re going to come out and be a good team. They’re going to fight the whole way,” Slusar said. “They have nothing to lose, and we have a lot to lose. Games like [this weekend’s] are just as important as last weekend, we have to go out and play 60 minutes.”North Dakota, who is a mere 1-33 on the power play this year and averages just 19.7 shots per game, hasn’t been very successful against Wisconsin historically. Last season, the Sioux lost all six of their games against the Badgers, and the team has never beaten the Badgers, losing all 10 of the teams’ meetings. Despite those numbers, Johnson recognizes that on any given day an upset may occur.”It doesn’t matter who you’re playing or where you’re playing, you just have to come out and compete every night,” Johnson said. “You’ll see upsets because one team took someone lightly, but we don’t take anyone lightly.”Wisconsin opened the season against a lightly regarded Quinnipiac team and had little difficulty dismantling them. Over the course of the season, the Badgers have faced teams of different levels of play, and, with the exception of Sunday’s tie against one of their toughest opponents, the Badgers have emerged victorious every time.”We’ve been able to establish consistency over the season,” Johnson. “I anticipate us coming and playing quite well Friday afternoon.”last_img read more

Parimatch hails top talent of inaugural ‘Universal Sports & Games Hackathon’

first_img Parimatch has hailed its first ‘universal Sports & Games Hackathon’ as an unbridled success, as participants generated over 100 ideas in 48-hours of programming.Hosted from between 7-9 August, the hackathon organised by the betting group’s ‘Parimatch Tech’ unit and esports venture capital fund JKR saw over 400 developers, project managers, marketers and designers collaborate in innovating all components related to core igaming and esports wagering disciplines.The two-day event drew developers from nine countries including Ukraine, Germany, Spain, Belarus and Poland, in which a total of 37 teams submitted projects for Parimatch Tech and JKR to review.The hackathon forms part of Parimatch group’s ongoing corporate development programme, nurturing and developing tope engineering talent.Stepan Shulga, head of Esports at Parimatch commented: “It is great to see people keep generating ideas, even though they can’t get together in the same room as normal. An online hackathon is a new format for us and we are pleased with the result: organizers, judges, and mentors saw many different high concept ideas being generated.”The engineering duo of Nikolay Ursatiy and Sergey Poverennov (Team Dragon) won the Parimatch Tech hackathon, developing a platform game titled ‘Run Out’, taking home a prize of $1,500.In addition to prize money, Ursatiy and Poverennov will be provided access to Parimatch facilities and resources to progress their ideas and test future developments with live audiences.“We are delighted with our victory. The hackathon was a great experience for us. Many teams came up with some really interesting and exciting ideas. This event gave us a chance to test our capabilities and get feedback from mentors and judges. We’re going to continue working on the game, and shortly, we will move on to negotiations with publishers,” added Nikolay Ursatiy, team leader of Team Dragon. StumbleUpon Submit Share Related Articles Share Parimatch named official betting partner of OMEGA league August 3, 2020 Parimatch secures ‘premium VS’ content with Global Bet July 24, 2020 Ukraine gambling bill enacted by President Zelensky August 11, 2020last_img read more

CON PUTS HIS FOOT IN IT …..AGAIN!

first_imgCon Holmes is always putting his foot in it.He did it again last Friday in dreadful weather conditions. Con didn’t juts walk from Letterkenny to Newtowncunningham – he did it in his bare feet.There were a few blisters but there was no stoping Con whose walk was in aid of NCDI our local community developmment project & the Breast Unit at LGH.Thanks to Mick & Irene Ferry, Sean & Kathleen Holmes who this walk had a special meaning for as a breast cancer patient, Eilish O Reilly, Marie Kelly, Karina Gildea, Oonagh Fullerton, Jimmy Gildea and a very special thank to Con’s grandchildren Amy & Clara Golden & Molly Gildea.The children walked a big part of the way, Amy  aged 16, Molly aged 10 & 7 year old Clara years  all did the walk. Con said he hopes to have managed to make a few euros for both these worthwhile projects and we should have the figure soon.And not one to put his feet up – Con was again back in the bare feet as he went for a ‘small’ 5k walk for the Newtowncunningham Community Playgroup 5KM CON PUTS HIS FOOT IN IT …..AGAIN! was last modified: June 25th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:barefoot charity walkCon Holmeslast_img read more