Christone “Kingfish” Ingram Releases New Psychedelic “Outside Of This Town” Video [Watch]

first_img20-year old Mississippi Delta-bred blues guitar prodigy Christone “Kingfish” Ingram is gearing up to release his debut studio album, Kingfish, this Friday, May 17th via Alligator Records. The young sensation has received huge praise from the blues community over the last several years for his live collaborations and online YouTube videos.Following the release of his first official single off of his debut record, “Fresh Out”, featuring mentor and blues hero Buddy Guy, Kingfish shared “Outside Of This Town”, his first-ever solo single. Recently, the rising star released a psychedelic new music video for “Outside Of This Town”, which was animated by Lyndon Barrois. The new music video was made entirely on iPhones using stop-motion animation and took over six months for Barrois to perfect.Watch Christone “Kingfish” Ingram’s creative new “Outside Of This Town” video below:Christone “Kingfish” Ingram – “Outside Of This Town”[Video: Alligator Records]Christone “Kingfish” Ingram continues touring through the summer with various solo performances and festival appearances. In August and September, Kingfish will target a completely different audience, offering support for indie rock act Vampire Weekend. See below for a full list of Kingfish’s 2019 tour dates.For ticketing and more information, head to Christone “Kingfish” Ingram’s website.Christone “Kingfish” Ingram 2019 Tour Dates:(headlining and festival dates)May 17 – Washington DC @ Pie ShopMay 27 – Asheville, NC @ The Grey EagleMay 31 – Atlanta, GA @ Eddie’s AtticJune 9 – Delaware City, DE @ St Georges Blues FestJuly 6–7 – Portland, OR @ Waterfront Blues FestJuly 13 – Nescopeck, PA @ Briggs Farm Blues FestJuly 21 – Winthrop, WA @ R&B FestJuly 27 – Sisters, OR @ R&B FestAug 3 – Mammoth Lakes @ BluesapaloozaAug 9 – Chattanooga, TN @ Songbirds South Stage(with Vampire Weekend)August 16 – Oklahoma City, OK @ The CriterionAugust 17 – Houston, TX @ White Oak Music HallAugust 18 – Irving, TX @ Toyota Music Factory – Texas Lottery PlazaAugust 20 – Austin, TX @ ACL Live at the Moody TheaterAugust 21 – Austin, TX @ ACL Live at the Moody TheaterAugust 24 – Miami, FL @ James L. Knight CenterAugust 25 – St. Augustine, FL @ St. Augustine AmphitheatreAugust 27 – Atlanta, GA @ Fox TheatreAugust 30 – Norfolk, VA @ Constant Convocation CenterSeptember 3 – Boston, MA @ Agganis ArenaSeptember 4 – Philadelphia, PA @ Mann Center for the Performing ArtsSeptember 8 – Montreal, QC, Canada @ MTELUSView Tour Dateslast_img read more

Golf: Woods to Miss All Four Majors

first_imgTiger Woods has pulled out of next week’s US PGA Championship as his absence from the golf tour goes on.The PGA of America announced on its website that Woods will be absent for the year’s final major, just as he was for the Masters, US Open and Open Championship.In a statement, the PGA of America said: ‘We have been in contact with Tiger’s agent, Mark Steinberg, and he informed us today that our four-time PGA champion will be unable to join us at Baltusrol Golf Club next week for the 98th PGA Championship.The tournament begins at Baltusrol in Springfield, New Jersey, on July 28. It marks the first time in his career that the 14-time major winner, who is continuing to recover from back surgery last autumn, has missed all four in the same season.Steinberg says the 40-year-old has decided against playing again this season, according to the Golf Channel.Steinberg detailed Woods’ fitness in an email quoted by, saying: ‘Continuing to make progress, but simply not ready for PGA. Will not play in the ’15/’16 season and will continue to rehab and work hard to then assess when he starts play for the ’16/’17 season.’Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

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Brand South Africa partners with Capricorn FM for the 9th youth seminar on entrepreneurship

first_imgBrand South Africa partnered with Capricorn FM for the 9th annual youth seminar, which took place on 24 June.ABSA’s retail CEO, Jan Moganwa was the surprise motivational speaker (Image: Brand South Africa)Ntombi NtanziIn celebration of Youth Month, Brand South Africa in partnership with Capricorn FM hosted the 9th annual youth seminar at the Meropa Casino in Limpopo on Saturday 24 June 2017. The seminar saw over five hundred aspiring and well-established entrepreneurs attend the event to engage and exchange ideas on the latest global business trends and opportunities.The seminar was in line with Brand South Africa’s domestic objective to positively position the Nation Brand through business opportunities as well as celebrate Youth Month to drive nation pride in the business of tourism.“Brand South Africa’s involvement in the youth seminar provided an opportunity to share insights on perceptions of the country’s tourism offerings, which shape and impact directly on the overarching reputation of the country. A country’s reputation plays a key role in influencing tourists and visitors to the country”, said Ms Leigh-Gail Petersen, Brand South Africa’s Researcher.Influential speakers imparted business knowledge, experiences through presentations and panel discussions as well as an emphasis on the importance of young people playing their role in contributing to the country’s economy through authentically South African businesses.ABSA’s retail CEO, Jan Moganwa was the surprise motivational speaker that concluded the seminar and received a standing ovation, “success is not limited to a certain group of people”, said Mr Moganwa.Some social media conversations on the seminar included:#CapricornFmSeminarAfter the seminar I’m feeling more positive…Madikolo Travel and Tours is going to raise the Flag.— SirMogalza Ramoshaba (@SirMogalza) June 24, 2017Thank you @CapricornFM for the wonderful and Inspiring talks we had at the #CapricornFMSeminar Much Appreciated! ??— Kabelo S Komane ? (@kabelo_kayb) June 24, 2017‘If you want to go far, work with others’ #JanMoganwa #capricornfmseminar— (IG @HellenSeabi (@HellenSeabi) June 24, 2017For more information or to set up interviews, please contact:Ntombi NtanziTel: +27 11 712 5061Mobile: +27 (0) 81 704 1488Email: [email protected]last_img read more


first_imgRoxodus Advertisement Login/Register With: Twitter Advertisement Advertisement Organizers of the now-defunct Roxodus music festival are under investigation and could face fines and charges after mowing down trees and draining wetlands to make room for the four-day concert that was abruptly cancelled earlier this month.“There were environmentally protected lands that were impacted by these guys,” said Doug Measures, mayor of the Township of Clearview.The investigation has been launched by the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority (NVCA) and, according to officials from the County of Simcoe, it could result in charges under the municipality’s forestry conservation bylaw. Officials said 18 hectares of woodlands were cleared without the proper permits or prior approval. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Facebooklast_img read more

Sales tax not the answer to Albertas fiscal woes Finance minister

first_imgEDMONTON – Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci says he is not considering introducing a sales tax to help cure the province’s financial woes because Albertans don’t support it.Ceci says the idea of a sales tax came up today when he had a roundtable meeting with economists but says having no provincial sales tax reflects, in his words, “the mindset of Albertans.”Ceci says the province will continue to try to reduce spending and grow the economy with an eye to balancing the budget by 2023.Alberta is on track for a $10.3-billion deficit this year and more than $42 billion in debt by next spring.Economist Robert Kavcic with BMO Capital Markets says Alberta’s low tax regime gives it room to manoeuvre and, from an economic perspective, a consumption tax is the best way to ensure a stable base of revenue in tough times.Opposition Alberta Party interim leader Greg Clark says the province should have a conversation around a sales tax, adding people will accept such a levy if the government can demonstrate it will use the money prudently.last_img read more