Little Feat Announce Full Band Performances For Northeast Run

first_imgRock and roll staples Little Feat are gearing up for some fun times ahead, as the group has just announced a handful of shows in the Northeast. While members Fred Tackett and Paul Barrere occasionally perform as a duo, this will mark the full band’s first shows in some time, and we couldn’t be more excited.Unfortunately, however, the run doesn’t kick off until September, so there’s plenty of time to build anticipation before the magic. The four-night run will see the band hit shows in Boston, Port Chester, Huntington, and Washington DC, bringing all of their classics to stage for an exciting round of performances.Check out the full schedule below, and head to the band’s website for details. Pre-sale for tickets begins tomorrow at 10 AM, and full on sale for tickets will happen this Friday, March 25th, at 10 AM.Little Feat Tour Dates9/8/16 – Boston, MA – Wilbur Theatre9/9/16 – Port Chester, NY – The Capitol Theatre9/10/16 – Huntington, NY – The Paramount9/12/16 – Washington, DC – Warner TheatrePresales are Wednesday at 10am > Thursday at 10pm.On sale to public Friday at 10am.[Photo via Little Feat FB]last_img read more

Uganda Rugby Cranes lose first leg of Elgon Cup

first_imgRugby Cranes (in black) were out classed by Kenya on Saturday.Elgon CupUganda 16-34 KenyaLegends Grounds, KampalaSaturday, 26-05-2018.The Uganda Rugby Cranes lost the first leg of the Elgon cup 34-16 to Kenya’s Simbas at Legends Grounds.The Kenyans started strongly, converting the first tri as early as the third minutes and moments later, they were three tries on the good to take a commanding lead.The first 40 minutes had three conversions and one penalty as Ian Snook’s charges led 24-9.The Kenyans were in control of the game, passing the ball around as the Cranes were reduced to second best in the day.There were early substitutions in the game as Cranes head coach John Duncan replaced Ivan Kirabo with Aaron Ofoyrwoth, Paul Sekatte for Nathan Bwambale and Saul Kivumbi for Edgar Pajob.The Simbas added two more tries in the second half while the Cranes crossed the white chalk through captain Asuman Mugerwa.Second half substitute Philip Wokorach converted for Uganda to reduce the deficit.Ivan Magomu converted three penalties for Uganda but we’re not enough on a day that the Ugandan team never really got started.Wingers Jacob Ojee, Leo Seje and lock Oliver Mangeni crossed over in the first half for Kenya with Darwin Mukidza booting all the points for Kenya.Flanker Elkeans Musonye scored the bonus try for Kenya before Biko Adema confirmed the white wash.The Elgon Cup return leg will be played on Saturday July 7, 2018 in Nairobi which will triple up as Africa Gold Cup and 2019 World Cup qualifiers.Comments Tags: Elgon CupRugby Craneslast_img read more