The Main Squeeze To Play With Members Of Lettuce And Rebelution At Tulane Crawfest Afterparty
With Crawfest at Tulane University coming next month, you can be sure there’s some funky music on the horizon. Leave it to the Howlin’ Wolf to keep the party going, as the New Orleans venue will host the 2nd annual KRAW?! after party. On April 16th, this year the venue will host some great performances, with Sexual Thunder! opening up for The Main Squeeze who will be joined by Crescent City Brass (Khris Royal of Dark Matter and Rebelution + Eric “Benny Bloom” of Lettuce). Funk yeah!The night starts with Sexual Thunder!, one of the fastest rising stars in the New Orleans scene. The band puts out some of the most energetic, dirty funk around, never failing to incite a dance party wherever they go.After that, it’s up to The Main Squeeze to properly rock out. Squeeze has blown up in recent years, as the band brings their rockin’ show on the road through a rigorous touring schedule. The band is powered by a dynamic sound that brings a little funk, a little rock and a whole lotta soul. It’s never a dull moment with The Main Squeeze! They’ll be joined by Crescent City Brass, a new New Orleans duo featuring Khris Royal on saxophone and Eric “Benny” Bloom on trumpet. Respected for their work with Dark Matter, Rebelution and Lettuce, respectively, the duo is sure to keep you shaking it!These two bands hit the Howlin’ Wolf on April 16th, for an exciting Tulane Crawfish afterparty. KRAW?! You know it. Tickets are available here.
Panama, U.S. Sign Security Agreement
By Dialogo June 21, 2010 The United States and Panama signed a security agreement to reduce and prevent the crime in Darien province, bordering with Colombia. The agreement called the “Darien Initiative” was signed by Panamanian Economy and Finance Minister Alberto Vallarino and U.S. ambassadress to Panama Barbara Stephenson. Vallarino said he was optimistic about the achievements on implementing the agreement, which is mainly centered on the cooperation of the local authorities in order to create “safer communities,” to face the external threats against the civilians. According to Vallarino, the Darien is a vulnerable zone for illegal actions such as weapons trafficking, smuggling and drug trafficking. “The cooperation will be centered on creating better life conditions for the people, mainly for the younger,” added Stephenson. “The goal is to protect vulnerable young people and change their lives with scholarships and create safer communities.” Darien is considered the zone of higher risk for its proximity to Colombia, where there has been armed conflicts since more than 40 years before, including, guerilla, paramilitaries and drug traffickers.
U-23 AFCON draw moved
RelatedPosts Kano offers scholarship to students with special needs CAF ready to support Egypt with missing AFCON trophy COVID-19: FG to end evacuation of Nigerians — PTF The draw for the U-23 Africa Cup of Nations Egypt 2019 has been brought forward from October 3, 2019 to October 2, 2019 in Alexandria, Egypt.The decision, taken in consultation with the Local Organising Committee, was due to logistical reasons.The eight teams, namely: host Egypt, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Mali, Nigeria, South Africa and Zambia, will know their foes.The representatives of the qualified teams are expected to be in attendance for the event that will set the tone for the final tournament scheduled for November 8 to 22, 2019.The Egyptian capital, Cairo, will host all games, with matches at the Cairo International Stadium and Al Salam Stadium.The top three finishers at the final tournament will qualify to represent Africa at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.Tags: EgyptU-23 AFCON
MTN FA Cup: Round of 16 to be cleared in March
The lined-up programme for the round of 16 matches in the MTN FA Cup has been shifted to the month of March.An FACC statement explained that a new date will be announced for the fourth round games.The fourth round matches of the Cup competition were initially fixed for 20-23 February.Round of 16 PairingsAsante Kotoko vs Istanbul – Baba YaraBerekum Chelsea vs Inter Allies – Golden City Hasaacas vs Gold Stars – EssipongFeyenoord vs New Edubiase – GomoaAshantiGold vs Mighty Jets – Len ClayRospack/Ho Dynamos/King Faisal vs Metro Stars Okwawu United vs Medeama – Nkawkaw Aduana/Dunkwa United/Dawenhya/Royal Faith/Bazooka vsBechem United