Listen To The Debut Song From Alan Evans, DJ Williams & Darby Wolf’s Newest Project, Agent 3

first_imgWe always love when our favorite musicians come together for new exciting fusion. That’s why our attention piqued when we learned of Agent 3, a new project that features Soulive/Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe drummer Alan Evans, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe guitarist DJ Williams, and Rubblebucket keyboardist Darby Wolf.The trio announced their debut on YouTube, where they released the debut track “Agents From Below.” The newly formed group also announced plans to release their debut album in November, and will hit DROM in New York, NY on November 3rd (with more tour dates to follow). Additionally, a bio of the band reads “On stage, Agent 3 is a band that tours the world playing music for adoring fans….Off stage Agent 3, operating under Management, is a band of spies that surgically eliminates secret governments, terrorist groups, corrupt politicians and evil spy organizations.”Check out the band’s debut track, “Agents From Below,” streaming here.For fans of these kinds of funky collaborations, don’t miss Alan Evans’ upcoming performance at the exciting Brooklyn Comes Alive festival on October 22nd in Brooklyn, NY. Featuring over 50 musicians at three venues in one day, Evans will be featured as part of the debut performance of the All Brothers Band with Neal Evans (Soulive/Lettuce), Oteil Burbridge (Dead & Company), and Kofi Burbridge (Tedeschi Trucks Band). The festival features members of The Disco Biscuits, The String Cheese Incident, Snarky Puppy, and so many more! Find out more by heading here.[via Jambands]last_img read more

Syracuse beats UTSA, falls to Houston at Houston Hilton Plaza Invitational

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 24, 2018 at 8:37 pm Contact Kaci: [email protected] UPDATED: Feb. 25, 2018 at 4:12 p.m.Syracuse (7-5) split its games on day two of the Houston Hilton Plaza Invitational.The Orange started Saturday’s games in Houston with an 8-0 shutout over UTSA (7-4) and ended the day with an extra innings, 2-1 loss to Houston (6-4).Alexa Romero pitched the UTSA shutout, tying her career-high in strikeouts (12). Candice Hadd recorded the only hit against Romero in the bottom of the fifth inning.Six different players crossed home that game for the Orange, starting in the first when Gabby Teran hit a triple, driving in Alicia Hansen and Sammy Fernandez. That put SU up 2-0. The next batter, Bryce Holmgren, doubled to drive in Teran. Holmgren crossed home before the inning ended off a Toni Martin fly ball to right field.The Orange didn’t get on the board again until the fifth inning, when Hansen and Teran both scored. Rachel Burkhardt scored in the sixth, pinch-running for catcher Michala Maciolek. Lailoni Mayfield was the last SU player to score in the UTSA game.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe team totaled 11 hits, led by Fernandez with three. Only two of SU’s batters struck out.Later in the day against Houston, SU went the standard seven innings scoreless to force the game into extra innings. An eighth inning was all that was needed.AnnaMarie Gatti started in the circle for the Orange, pitching five innings before Romero entered the game.Batting in the top of the eighth, SU scored one run when Teran singled, driving Fernandez home. Fernandez started the inning on second because of the International Tie Breaker rule ­– in softball when the game goes into extra innings, a runner is placed on second to increase scoring opportunities.When Houston’s Arielle James stepped up to the plate in the bottom half, runners were on first and second. She hit a double and the runner on second, Mariah Garcia, ran home to tie the game at 1-1. Freshman Caela Kincade came in as a pinch hitter and sent a line-drive double into right field, sending in the walk-off run.Syracuse will end the Houston Hilton Plaza International against Yale on Sunday morning at 10 a.m.CORRECTION: In a previous version of this post, Sammy Fernandez was misnamed. The Daily Orange regrets this error. Commentslast_img read more

Haiti Records New COVID-19 Case Every Seven Minutes

first_imgPORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, Jun 10 – Haiti records on average one new case of the coronavirus (COVID-19) every seven minutes as the country recorded nearly 500 cases over Tuesday and Wednesday, health authorities here have said. Japan has also named Cuba, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica and St. Vincent and the Grenadines as countries to be avoided by its citizens. Meanwhile, the Haitian Embassy in Santo Domingo is distancing itself from what it claims to be fake news circulating on social networks, indicating that Haitians living in the Dominican Republic will benefit from financial aid during the pandemic. The Ministry said that there were now 3, 582 active cases and that the country is recording one confirmed case of the virus every seven minutes, particularly over the past three days. Citizenship and Patriotism Minister, Guy François Junior, said nearly nine million masks have already been distributed throughout the country. Meantime, Japan has raised its travel alert to level 3 for 18 countries and has included Haiti among countries to be avoided by its citizens as a result of the increased cases of the virus. The Ministry of Public Health said that two new deaths had also been reported the west of the country, including a child under the age of nine and bringing the total number of deaths from the pandemic to 56. CMC In addition, the Embassy is warning that the images broadcast on social networks, showing certain shopping centers with a crowd of Haitians who would wait to receive this assistance from Banco Reservas is not true. They said that 124 new cases were reported on Wednesday bringing the total to 3,662 since the first case was detected on March 19. But it acknowledged that Haitians residing legally in the Dominican Republic may benefit from certain assistance programmes from the government there, making reference to the Employee Solidarity Aid Fund (FASE) intended to provide a monetary supplement to workers affected by the measures taken to prevent the spread of the virus in the country. “Over the last 32 days, there were 3,615 cases, an average of one case every 12 minutes, it added. The Mission said that it has “not been informed that organizations or institutions, Dominican, Haitian or foreign, have set up an emergency fund via a bank in the Dominican Republic for Haitian nationals living in the country.”last_img read more