The exciting YarmonyGrass returns to Rancho Del Rio, CO from August 10-13, bringing along a slew of wonderful artists for the 12th annual festival event. Though the headliners have yet to be announced, the lineup is filled with great performers, including Todd Snider & Great American Taxi, Head For The Hills, The Drunken Hearts (x2), Coral Creek (x2) and more.The full lineup features The Grant Farm ft. Andy Thorn, Bonfire Dub, Kitchen Dwellers (x2), Liver Down The River, Brad Parsons Band, Jay Roemer Band ft. Dave Carroll, Yarmony All-Stars, The RunniKine, Emily Clark & The Passing Fancy, Uptown Toodeloo String Band, The Sweet Lillies, Timber! and Sixty Minute Men. With more artists to be named later, this is one festival you won’t want to miss.For fans of this style of music, be sure to check out the upcoming Drunken Hearted Medicine Show at Cervantes Masterpiece & The Other Side on March 24th, featuring many of the same performers! Victor Wooten will be headlining, and Band of Heathens, Drew Emmitt & Andy Thorn Duo, Drunken Hearts, Brad Parsons Band and Coral Creek are all performing! Tickets and more info can be found here.See the full lineup announcement below, and find out more about the festival on their official website.
Related Shows We now have casting for the much-buzzed about Broadway-bound Come From Away. Great White Way favorites Chad Kimball, Jenn Colella and more will continue in their roles in the new musical when it starts performances on the Main Stem in February 2017 at a Shubert theater to be announced.Along with Tony nominee Kimball (Memphis) and Colella (If/Then), the Broadway cast will include Petrina Bromley (Stratford’s As You Like It), Geno Carr (The Old Globe’s Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas), Joel Hatch (Annie), Rodney Hicks (The Scottsboro Boys), Kendra Kassebaum (Wicked), Lee MacDougall (Stratford’s The Music Man), Caesar Samayoa (Sister Act), Q. Smith (Mary Poppins), Astrid Van Wieren (Mamma Mia!) and Sharon Wheatley (Avenue Q).With a book, music and lyrics by Irene Sankoff and David Hein, Come From Away will be directed by Christopher Ashley and choreographed by Kelly Devine. In a heartbeat, 38 planes and 6,579 passengers were forced to land in Gander, Newfoundland, doubling the population of one small town on the edge of the world. On September 11, 2001 the world stopped. On September 12, their stories moved us all.After acclaimed engagements at La Jolla Playhouse and Seattle Repertory Theatre, the new tuner will now head to Washington D.C.’s Ford’s Theatre (September 2 through October 9), and Toronto’s Royal Alexandra Theatre (November 15 through January 8). The Broadway company is also set to play Toronto. Chad Kimball Come From Away ‘Come From Away'(Photo: Chris Bennion) from $49.00 View Comments Star Files
Ingram averages 15.6 points per game and is the Lakers’ most lethal scorer, and presents defenders with a choice.“He gets in the paint and all eyes turn toward him defensively,” Nance said. “So, he kicks it out, it’s there and the defense is automatically in scramble mode.”His 3.6 assists per game mostly come out of halfcourt sets with him on the wing, where he is considered a skilled playmaker. Against the Nets, Walton was betting that those same skills would carry over to a bigger stage, if Ingram stopped thinking too much and was willing to push the pace.“I tried to find a way to get my teammates the ball,” Ingram said. “I knew if I was aggressive to the rim I had some shooters on the wing to kick out to. I think that got contagious tonight when we were moving the basketball.”LEAPS AND REBOUNDSAfter Walton decided to move Ingram to the point and Tyler Ennis to the bench, he had a hole to fill in his starting lineup.Two nights after questioning his team’s effort and toughness in an embarrassing loss in Orlando, he turned to rookie guard Josh Hart.“He brought toughness,” Walton said.That and shooting. And rebounding.Hart, who has been as pleasant a surprise as anyone this season, finished with 15 points and a career-high 14 rebounds.“I was channeling my inner Charles Barkley,” Hart said. “Undersized guys. That was one emphasis Coach Luke talked about. I just wanted to go in and just hustle. And just play hard and that’s just a fight to the death.”Melodrama aside, Hart turned in one of the best rebounding games of the season for the Lakers. His 14 boards were more in a game by any Laker other than Julius Randle and Ball, whose 16-rebound night against Denver on Nov. 19 remains the gold standard for guards on the glass.It was Hart’s third double-digit rebounding night of the season.“His physical presence was great tonight for us,” Walton said. “I felt like he had kind of gotten away from that a little bit the last week or so. For whatever reason he really picked it up again tonight.”That physicality is a trait that sets Hart apart on the court, and it caught the eye of one of the Lakers’ other bruisers.“Obviously,” Nance said, “I admire what he does as a guard a little bit more than the next person.”Nance said he is “constantly” coaching Hart. His message?“As a rookie, play defense, defense, defense,” Nance said. “That will get you on the court and just expand from there. And he’s doing a terrific job of that.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersIngram nearly notched a triple-double, finishing with 16 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds in 36 minutes.“I think right now he’s about to pass out,” Larry Nance Jr. quipped.Ingram experienced groin tightness after the win and is listed as questionable for Sunday’s nationally televised game against Oklahoma City. However, with Lonzo Ball sidelined for the immediate future, Ingram gives the Lakers another option at the most important position on the court.And it seemed to help Ingram. Walton suggested that the second overall pick from two years ago has been somewhat timid since sitting out two games earlier this month due to a sprained ankle.“We just wanted him to be more engaged in what we’re doing,” Walton said. “And put more pressure on the other team’s defense.” OKLAHOMA CITY — Luke Walton had asked his small forward to make the shift to point guard before. He had long been romanced by the idea of possessions starting in the gifted hands of the 6-foot-9 Brandon Ingram, a prototype for the generation of positionless basketball.But before Walton went to that well again on Friday, Ingram had to pass one test.“We needed him to tell us he wanted that challenge,” Walton said following the Lakers’ 102-99 victory over the Brooklyn Nets. “And we needed to know that he’d push the pace for us.“He said he was up for both.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error