A Shadow of Jaguar is a rock and roll duo from Boulder, Colorado who share a common foundation of rock, blues, and soul. Fronted by Brian Hubbert(Cold River City) on vocals, slide guitar, and bass, and drummer/vocalist Andrew Oakley (West Water Outlaws), the dynamic duo provides a new musical identity that’s chemistry is undeniable. Their sets are a combination of original songs and improvisation, making every show unique. A Shadow of Jaguar is gaining a reputation as an energetic live band, leaving it all on the stage night after night.“Keep on Knocking” is the latest release from the now-Brooklyn-based rock duo. The single comes as the long awaited follow up to 2015’s “Mama Needs the Bottle” music video. Originally written and recorded in 1976 by the legendary pronto-punk band, Death, “Keep on Knocking” was not released until 2009. It is known as one of the earliest examples of true punk rock in America.A Shadow of Jaguar entered the studio in the spring of 2015 to begin work on their forthcoming debut album. As an homage to America’s rock pioneers, they recorded their rendition of “Keep on Knocking”. Like it’s predecessor, the song is loud, fast and unadulterated. In the modern musical environment where so much of our music is programmed to perfection, “Keep on Knocking” is a much needed reminder that rock and roll is here to stay.Give it a listen:A Shadow of Jaguar will be performing at NYC’s Bowery Electric on Friday, December 16. Tickets are available here. Keep up with the band on their Facebook!
Newsies Corey Cott How do you feel now that you’re leaving? All of those things, but above all, eternally grateful. What skills do you think are required for future job applicants? A sense of natural leadership. Jack is a natural leader. He doesn’t force leadership or take it. It happens in a very organic way. What was the highlight of your time at this job? Tough question. The Tonys were up there for sure (we presented at the 2013 Tony Awards). My Broadway debut was better than I ever imagined. But honestly, the highlight was marrying my beautiful wife. I think about her during my work every single day. Also, five different couples were married within the first year of Newsies. I felt like I was part of some weird Broadway marriage club or something. What will you miss most about the job? I will miss looking every single one of those guys in the eye every night, and bringing truth to the story that inspired so many. I will miss singing Alan Menken’s sweeping score and Jack Feldman’s brilliant lyrics. I will miss Jack Kelly, for sure. He has inspired me in so many ways, specifically regarding courage. Most of all, I will miss the people. Relationships are the most essential part of any experience, and we really created something very special. What was the easiest thing about the job? Creating onstage relationships. I care about every single guy and girl like a brother and a sister outside the show. That energy easily flows onto the stage every night. What are three words you would use to describe your experience at the job? Cathartic. Marathon. Educational. What advice would you give to future employees in your job position? Jack is an incredibly complicated, charismatic, funny, genuine, passionate 17-year-old kid who has a worldly wisdom most teenagers don’t have. I would encourage anybody playing the role to find as many colors to him as you can, specifically regarding his youth. His super-objective is easy: To go to Santa Fe. Therefore, for me, personalizing Santa Fe became the most essential aspect of playing Jack. My faith is incredibly important to me, so every night Santa Fe became heaven. How do you think you’ve grown during your time at this job? I’ve grown immensely. I probably won’t know how much until a few months post closing. I’ve definitely grown as an actor, as a singer, as a performer. But I think I have grown the most as a friend, a brother, a husband, and simply, a man. I have so much deep love for my cast and the people who created this show. For the rest of my life, this show will live in my blood. I have no choice but to love those I have been lucky enough to share it with. Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 24, 2014 View Comments What was the hardest thing? No matter what it is, performing the exact same thing every single day for 2 years in a row, 800 something odd times, and making it look like it is the very first time, is outrageously difficult. In the corporate world, employees leaving a job are asked to sit through an “exit interview” with HR about their time at the company. Although that concept doesn’t exist for Broadway performers, we think it’s fun to check in with stars as they finish up a successful run. Corey Cott and the cast of Newsies will pirouette off into the sunset on August 24 after over 1,000 performances on Broadway. As Cott says farewell to Santa Fe, he reflects on making his Broadway debut, performing at the Tony Awards, being part of the Newsies “marriage club” and more. How did you feel when you first got the job? Elated. Shocked. Excited. Scared. Pumped. Star Files Related Shows
Paddy Brophy scored the only goal of the game from a penalty two minutes into the second half. Sean Hurley and Nialll Kelly had helped the Lilywhites to a 0-9 to 0-5 interval lead, but Longford staged a late fightback with scores from mark Hughes and Daniel Mimnagh, yet Kildare held on. Kildare won the Leinster U21 Football Championship with a 1-12 to 0-12 win over Longford at Portlaoise. Press Association
The basketball team of Bosnia and Herzegovina has achieved another victory in qualifying for the European Championship.In the second match, the chosen players by Duško Ivanović won the selection of Iceland with the result of 72:62 (22:10, 12:17, 22: 6, 16:29).With this triumph, BH basketball players played their first part of qualifications with maximum effect and came one step closer to the European Championship.Selection of BiH has played better during most of the time, but in the end the victory arrived harder than expected.Mirza Teletović led the BH representation team with “double-double” performance of 29 points. Šutalo scored eleven points and Stipanović eight.The most effective in the Iceland representation were Gunnarsson with 18 and Vilhjálmsson with 14 points.The next match will be played on 24th August against a selection of Great Britain.(Source: Fena)
(Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/ef/57/joanna-jedrzejczyk-100319-getty-ftrjpg_1v8qkmrfgrx8o1nv1twvuj7njs.jpg?t=-1819632547&w=500&quality=80 (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/d3/b3/michelle-waterson-100319-getty-ftrjpg_l6xx37qa26nh1iipmiepsoeob.jpg?t=-1819632547&w=500&quality=80 Joanna Jedrzejczyk UFC Fight Night 161 takes place Saturday, Oct. 12, at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Fla., and UFC odds are already listed for the event.Here’s a complete betting guide previewing the strawweight bout between Joanna Jedrzejczyk and Michelle Waterson, including updated odds and our pick. The former UFC strawweight champion, who hails from Olsztyn, Poland, defended her title an impressive five times. Between 2015 and 2017, she was an idolized champion and represented the company to the fullest. Her striking dominance was unforgettable. She was already a legend in the sport by the time she was 32.Joanna kick-started her martial arts journey after discovering Muay Thai. A young teenage Joanna found herself winning competitive European tournaments and gold medals.A 27-3 Muay Thai record led Joanna to her mixed martial arts debut in 2012. A six-fight win streak with three of those bouts ending by TKO or submission caught the attention of the UFC. Her win streak just couldn’t be beaten. The crisp striking and footwork of Joanna out-classed her opposition for four years straight. Eventually, Joanna met her kryptonite in the form of Rose Namajunas. It was a sad streak to see come to an end, but it certainly wasn’t the finish line for Joanna.In 2018, Joanna returned to the Flyweight division against the current defending champion Valentina Shevchenko. Joanna found herself on the other end of victory one again. Unfazed by shortcomings. It’s now October 2019 and Joanna Jedrzejczyk faces Michelle Waterson back in the strawweight division where she used to hold the crown.UFC Tampa will play host to a barn-burner of a main event that will not disappoint. The bookmakers are wise to the pre-eminence in such an established name in the business that Joanna has. I didn’t expect anything less with the over juiced line that’s presented.Line: Joanna Jedrzejczyk best-priced at -360Michelle ‘The Karate Hottie’ Waterson Prevent yourself from taking the name ‘The Karate Hottie’ lightly. Michelle Waterson was a professional model until one day she decided to fight (as you do). Karate was always her “bread and butter” with a black belt in freestyle karate opening doors to learning multiple disciplines. Muay Thai, BJJ, Boxing and wrestling helped Michelle become the complete fighter she is today.The evolution from ring girl to professional mixed martial artists was in 2007 when Michelle made her professional debut.By 2014, Waterson was now making headlines. The former model was making her opponents tap; whilst doing it frequently. It was a picture-perfect debut in the UFC when she submitted Angela Magana. “The Karate Hottie” was here to stay.Training out of Jackson Wink MMA gym is helping Michelle progress towards title contention, the three-fight win streak she’s currently riding is the first time since 2014 she’s been on such a positive run. Wins over Courtney Casey, Felice Herrig & Karolina Kowalkiewicz put Michelle in position to face for the title if she can defeat Joanna.The heart and tenacity Michelle has shown is something we can’t ignore, at this heavy price and given the circumstances of each fighter, don’t be too quick to count out the ‘Karate Hottie’ in Tampa Bay, Florida for next weekend’s UFC Fight Night.Line: Michelle Waterson best-priced at +320UFC Tampa picks and betting predictionUncertainty springs to mind in this one. With her recent patchy performances, I’m clueless as to where Joanna’s head is at. On the other hand, the only path to victory I see for Michelle would be groundwork.Through 18 professional fights, Joanna has never been submitted. She’s gone toe to toe with the most-dangerous women in the sport. Other than Rose Namajunas and Valentina Shevchenko, she’s dominated near enough every round she’s fought in. These facts are not something a betting man would feel comfortable putting his money against.The game-plan for Michelle has a blue-print with thanks to Rose Namajunas and Valentina Shevchenko. Having the skill level to accomplish this is another conversation. Knock her out, or out-strike her enough to engage a grappling exchange. The way Valentina controlled Joanna against the cage doesn’t seem a likely outcome, nor does a knockout that Rose accomplished in her championship-winning fight.A striking battle would favor the output and consistency Joana will present, where ultimately Michelle might have to attempt the opposite. She won’t be able to keep up with the volume of strikes that Joanna will land so at some point I expect her to wrestle. I would lean Joanna being able to defend these attempts, but with 25 minutes on the clock, I’m not so sure I’d want to lay -360 or give a betting prediction in this situation.I do like the chances of this fight reaching the fifth and final round. The line for this hasn’t been released as of yet so keep an eye on the UFC odds for an early release.UFC Fight Night 161 betting tip: Fight goes the distance UFC Fight Night Tampa full card, UFC oddsMAIN CARDJoanna Jedrzejczyk vs Michelle Waterson (female strawweight)Cub Swanson vs Cron Gracie (featherweight)Mackenzie Dern vs Amanda Ribas (welterweight)Thomas Gifford vs Brok Weaver (lightweight)Eryk Anders vs Gerald Meerschaert (middleweight)Luis Pena vs Matt Frevola (lightweight)UFC 243 PRELIMSRyan Spann vs Devin Clark (lightweight)Niko Price vs James Vick (welterweight)Max Griffin vs Alex Morono (welterweight)Hector Aldana vs Miguel Baeza (welterweight)UFC 243 FIGHT PASS PRELIMSMartin Vettori vs Andrew Sanchez (middleweight)JJ Aldrich vs Lauren Mueller (flyweight)Marlon Vera vs Andrew Ewell (bantamweight)
Arnett Gardens missed a great opportunity to move into second spot in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) standings, after losing 1-0 to Trench Town rivals Boys’ Town in the Trench Town derby football game at Barbican Field yesterday.Peter Keyes scored the game’s only goal after 35 minutes to help the Collie Smith Drive-based club rebound from their west Kingston derby defeat to Tivoli Gardens the previous weekend.”We lost a tough one to Tivoli last week, but we worked on it and bounced back and got the three points,” Keyes told The Gleaner.The striker, who has three goals this season, was pleased to get the winner.”It’s very important to score, but it was most important to get three points because we are screaming for points right now. So it doesn’t matter if it’s one of six goals, as long as we win.”He added: “I have been performing fairly well this season, but it’s just that the goals have dried up from last season. But I’ll continue to put in the work and, hopefully, the goals will continue to come.”As a forward, the job is to score goals, scoring goal is my job; so if I can get a goal every game, that would be good for the team. But it’s always a team effort, each time we try to play as a team to get three.”Arnett Gardens controlled the possession in the early minutes of the game and had a few threatening attempts, but Boys’ Town were also bright, and on 33 minutes, Adrian King tested Damian Hyatt with a rasping effort from 25 yards.Two minutes later, Boys’ Town took the lead when Keyes turned home Xavian Virgo’s low shot across the face of goal from five yards out.Arnett controlled the remainder of the game, but wasted their opportunities to draw level, with Newton Sterling and Kemal Malcolm coming closest to scoring.Boys’ Town coach Andrew Price said they played a strategic game in order to avoid consecutive derby defeats.”The team played to our strategy, because we know Arnett were going to come hard because derbys are always competitive. But today we were disciplined and kept our shape; we just want to be consistent,” he said.Boys’ Town remained in eighth with 18 points, while Arnett (23) stayed third on goal difference, the same as Humble Lion (23), who defeated Tivoli Gardens (18) 1-0.UWI FC (16) moved one place up to ninth after Anthony Greenland’s brace against his former club, and cellar-dwellars, Rivoli United, gave UWI a 3-2 win.Yesterday’s ResultsBoys Town 1 Arnett 0Portmore 0 Waterhouse 0Reno 1 Harbour View 0UWI 3 Rivoli 2Humble Lion 1 Tivoli 0Today’s game8:40 p.m. Cavalier vs Montego Bay United at Stadium East