Link Wray Legend http://linkwraylegend.com/ Tue, 02 Aug 2022 21:12:07 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://linkwraylegend.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-18-120x120.png Link Wray Legend http://linkwraylegend.com/ 32 32 Jon Gray walks out with injury for Rangers https://linkwraylegend.com/jon-gray-walks-out-with-injury-for-rangers/ Tue, 02 Aug 2022 04:57:26 +0000 https://linkwraylegend.com/jon-gray-walks-out-with-injury-for-rangers/ ARLINGTON — Ahead of Monday night’s game with the Orioles, Rangers manager Chris Woodward praised Jon Gray’s recent streak (a 2.65 ERA in 11 starts since June 1) and the quality of the right-handed pitcher when healthy. Unfortunately, the good state of health did not last much longer. In the second inning of Texas’ 7-2 […]]]>

ARLINGTON — Ahead of Monday night’s game with the Orioles, Rangers manager Chris Woodward praised Jon Gray’s recent streak (a 2.65 ERA in 11 starts since June 1) and the quality of the right-handed pitcher when healthy.

Unfortunately, the good state of health did not last much longer. In the second inning of Texas’ 7-2 loss to the Orioles, Gray began to feel something like a cramp in his left side.

“I’ve never had anything like this, like an oblique thing, before, so I thought it was a cramp,” he explained. “I stretched a bit, but with every throw I felt it. One of them was hurting me badly, so I knew something was wrong.

Midway through the Anthony Santander fight, Woodward and trainer Matt Lucero ran to the mound and spoke with Gray for a few moments before it was decided he would leave. Gray left the game with just one out in the second inning after recording 48 pitches. He handed the game to Jose Leclerc with the bases loaded and an out and Santander in a 1-2 tally.

Gray will undergo further testing on Tuesday and will continue to be evaluated by Rangers medical staff in the coming days. Woodward noted that the best-case scenario makes it look like Gray would only miss one start with what the club later officially declared as “left-sided discomfort”.

“Hopefully we get some good news tomorrow,” Woodward said. “He’ll probably get a CT scan, do all of the above, see how he feels and what it looks like. Hopefully it’s nothing major. I just hope it’s not too long term. Those injuries, if anything significant, keep the guys out for a while. Especially when throwing so hard.

With the idea that Gray could miss an extended period, Rangers will have to find options to replace him in the rotation behind Martín Pérez (if he is not traded by Tuesday’s deadline), Dane Dunning, Spencer Howard and Glenn Otto. . The back half of the rotation has already been inconsistent, so the (good) options are limited.

The deadline is coming up fast, with some time for Texas to add an external option, but here’s a look at some potential internal fixes for now.

If Rangers don’t acquire a starter in the final hours before the trade deadline, Hearn is likely the immediate option until things are fully settled.

Hearn opened the season in the rotation, was relegated to the bullpen in June, and was eventually sent to Triple-A Round Rock shortly thereafter. Woodward said he thinks Hearn is more useful in a multi-inning reliever role where he doesn’t face a lineout more than once, but one or two starts wouldn’t be out of place.

Hearn has a 6.25 ERA as a starter and 1.59 as a reliever this season.

Even before Gray’s injury, one of the Rangers’ pitching prospects would likely have made a strong case for being called up at this point in the season.

However, the best pitching prospect at Triple-A Round Rock, only Cole Ragans (#28) is having a worthwhile season. The southpaw posted a 2.81 ERA in 10 starts with Double-A Frisco before receiving a call in mid-June. Since then, he’s had a 3.32 ERA with the Express in 43 1/3 innings. Although Ragans is the only Triple-A prospect to have an above-average year, he also has the most limited time at this level, which could make a difference whether he gets a call-up or not.

Other prospect options include Cole Winn (#5, MLB #77) and AJ Alexy (#23).

Winn was expected to make his Major League debut this season but struggled in his second Triple-A season. He had just two starts with the Express last year but made the most of them, allowing just three earned runs in eight innings. This season he has struggled with his command and control, raising his ERA to 5.72 and likely delaying his debut.

Alexy had a cup of coffee in the majors last season, but didn’t make the Opening Day roster and struggled in Triple-A this season at a 6.42 ERA .

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Meet Petting Zoo, New York’s rising pop-rock band https://linkwraylegend.com/meet-petting-zoo-new-yorks-rising-pop-rock-band/ Mon, 01 Aug 2022 13:01:00 +0000 https://linkwraylegend.com/meet-petting-zoo-new-yorks-rising-pop-rock-band/ Petting Zoo is a pop-rock band from Norwalk, Connecticut and currently based in New York. Band members include Zack Ely, Bennett Newman, Colin Berger, Joe Wen, and DEEGAN. petting zoo Born and raised in Norwalk, Petting Zoo released their debut single “Lovin’ Yourself” in 2018. They released their self-titled debut EP in late 2020 and […]]]>

Petting Zoo is a pop-rock band from Norwalk, Connecticut and currently based in New York. Band members include Zack Ely, Bennett Newman, Colin Berger, Joe Wen, and DEEGAN.

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Born and raised in Norwalk, Petting Zoo released their debut single “Lovin’ Yourself” in 2018. They released their self-titled debut EP in late 2020 and released subsequent singles in 2021. Recently, they’ve been returning with new songs and lively shows .

Zack Ely is the vocal and rhythm guitar whose favorite ice cream is Ben & Jerry’s Half Baked. Joe Wen plays electric guitar and bass in the band and Colin Berger is the drummer. Bennett Newman plays bass and electric guitar and is a fan of black raspberry ice cream. And DEEGAN sang and helped produce the tracks.

Having grown up on Coldplay, Maroon 5, Green Day, the Beatles, Bob Marley, the Police, U2, petting zoo have firmly established themselves as providers of bright, friendly indie-pop. They are also fans of contemporary Top 40 and pop/hip hop.

Their new song “Food” was released on July 15, a song filled with summer vibes. The finger-jumping bass backs the song while the refreshing vocals with a simple guitar chorus and sand hammer create a feeling of drinking ice cold juice. The change of gears and subsequent sound design in the middle of the song made it feel like running into the sea and diving into it.

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The passion for food is the inspiration for the new song “Food”. Zack is known for devouring chocolate and/or chicken parmesan sandwiches like his life depended on it, which led to him writing a song about food. The members agreed that “Food” doesn’t even have to be a love song since Zack could really be about the entity of food itself.

They had a wonderful performance at Bowery Ballroom on June 10th and will perform more frequently in July, including the show at Red Lion on July 23rd, Bitter End on July 30th and open for the 502s at the Summer Concert Series of Bayley Beach on July 31. More upcoming shows can be found here.

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Start practicing The Nutbush, the Tina Turner musical is coming to Australia! https://linkwraylegend.com/start-practicing-the-nutbush-the-tina-turner-musical-is-coming-to-australia/ Mon, 01 Aug 2022 00:52:23 +0000 https://linkwraylegend.com/start-practicing-the-nutbush-the-tina-turner-musical-is-coming-to-australia/ She’s an international icon and now the story of music legend Tina Turner is on her way to Australia in 2023. Today TEG Dainty announced that the world famous musical currently playing on Broadway, The West End and many more will arrive in Sydney in May 2023. Produced by TEG DAINTY in special collaboration with […]]]>

She’s an international icon and now the story of music legend Tina Turner is on her way to Australia in 2023.

Today TEG Dainty announced that the world famous musical currently playing on Broadway, The West End and many more will arrive in Sydney in May 2023.

Produced by TEG DAINTY in special collaboration with Stage entertainment, Tali Pelman and Tina Turnerthe musical reveals a comeback story like no other, that of a woman who dared to challenge the boundaries of her age, gender and race to become the world’s queen of rock n’ roll. TINA – THE MUSIC OF TINA TURNER is a celebration of resilience and an inspiration of triumph over adversity.

TINA TURNER said, “Hello Sidney! I am so excited to announce that TINA – THE MUSIC OF TINA TURNER will open in Sydney next year. Australia has always shared abundant love with me, dating back to my first gigs in the late 70s through the uplifting partnership with the National Rugby League. It is very special to me that we are reunited. The joy, passion and message of resilience in my musical is more important than ever. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for welcoming me with open arms once again.”

TINA – THE MUSIC OF TINA TURNER will be heading to the Theater Royal in Sydney in May 2023, you can register for more information here.

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The voice of rock band The Shadows Of Knight’s Hit ‘Gloria’ was 75 https://linkwraylegend.com/the-voice-of-rock-band-the-shadows-of-knights-hit-gloria-was-75/ Sat, 30 Jul 2022 15:12:42 +0000 https://linkwraylegend.com/the-voice-of-rock-band-the-shadows-of-knights-hit-gloria-was-75/ Jimy Sohnsthe lead singer of The shadows of the knight rock band and the voice of its monster hit “Gloriadied at the age of 75 from complications of a stroke. His death was announced on the band’s Instagram page and by his daughter. No More Deadline “Gloria” was originally recorded and performed by Van Morrison, […]]]>

Jimy Sohnsthe lead singer of The shadows of the knight rock band and the voice of its monster hit “Gloriadied at the age of 75 from complications of a stroke.

His death was announced on the band’s Instagram page and by his daughter.

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“Gloria” was originally recorded and performed by Van Morrison, but was popularized by Chicago’s The Shadows of Knight when it was released in December 1965. It was a Top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.

Sohns and a friend still ran the band’s social media pages for the past few years, although he no longer performs.

The band’s Instagram page expressed grief at his passing.

‘Devastated. Rest in peace my dear friend,” the caption read.

The Shadows of Knight began in 1964 with a 16 year old Sohns, Warren Rogers (lead guitar), Roger Spielmann (lead and rhythm guitar/vocals) Norm Gotsch (rhythm guitar), Wayne Pursell (bass) and Tom Schiffour (drums) . The original lineup was evolving over the next two years, as Joe Kelley (bass), Jerry McGeorge (guitar, vocals) and David ‘Hawk’ Wolinski (bass) would replace Pursell, Gotsch and Rogers.

The Shadows of Knight continued to have band members coming and going, and by mid-1967 Sohns was the only original member remaining. The group would record three studio albums in 1969, but were never able to regain major attention.

A remastered version of their first two albums was released in 1998, and the band also recorded several live albums, including a 50th anniversary reunion. The latest version of The Shadows of Knight was still on tour in 2016.

Sohns was inducted into the Chicago Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame in 2005. No details about survivors beyond the girl who announced his death or her memorial plans were immediately available.

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Peacock Needs Shows Like ‘The Resort’ To Start Catching Up https://linkwraylegend.com/peacock-needs-shows-like-the-resort-to-start-catching-up/ Fri, 29 Jul 2022 12:45:39 +0000 https://linkwraylegend.com/peacock-needs-shows-like-the-resort-to-start-catching-up/ The Emmys have long operated on an awkward contradiction: the broadcast networks that carry the show are less and less likely to receive honors, which instead go to platforms on cable and streaming. This year, that trend has reversed somewhat; Abbott Elementary School, one of two freshman shows to be nominated for Outstanding Comedy Series, […]]]>

The Emmys have long operated on an awkward contradiction: the broadcast networks that carry the show are less and less likely to receive honors, which instead go to platforms on cable and streaming. This year, that trend has reversed somewhat; Abbott Elementary School, one of two freshman shows to be nominated for Outstanding Comedy Series, airing on ABC. But this disparity is now joined by another irony. On September 12, viewers can watch the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards live on NBC or they can stream it on Peacock, the NBCUniversal-owned service that garnered just three nominations, and none in the categories awarded in the main show. .

Since launching in the summer of 2020, without the Olympics that were supposed to anchor its opening lineup, Peacock has fallen on hard times. For two consecutive years, the service has ranked lowest on Vulture‘s list of who’s up and who’s down in the so-called Streaming Wars, based in part on input from industry experts. But Peacock’s struggles aren’t entirely subjective. With 13 million paid subscribers, out of 28 million active accounts, Peacock trails competitors like Paramount+ (40 million subscribers) and Hulu (45 million subscribers). And in the last quarter, that number has remained completely flat – better than Netflix’s net loss of one million subscribers worldwide, but it’s unlikely to close the gap any time soon.

Hot off its two-year mark, Peacock’s record is not without its bright spots. There has now been various Pandemic-era Olympics, with February’s Beijing Games, a huge improvement in the user experience of the former. By renting the rear catalog at Yellowstone, one of the most popular shows on TV, Paramount Global’s loss of viewers was Peacock’s gain. As for the original series, Peacock has produced a few nuggets, including the remake of saved by the bell and Tina Fey’s product Girls5Eva, as well as more dramatic dishes like Angelyne, the limited series that earned all three aforementioned Emmy nominations. The question is whether Peacock’s lack of traction guarantees that these gems will remain hidden.

Amid her Emmy woes, Peacock released her latest Buried Treasure this Thursday. First, The complex instills a certain sense of deja vu. The limited series, now airing the first three of eight episodes, is a tropical getaway steeped in mystery and dread, The White Lotus Where Old. It is also the last puzzle genre story, after made for love, black mirror“USS Callister”, and more – to embody Cristin Milioti in a role that straddles the romantic and the supernatural. These similarities make more sense when the credits start rolling: The complexThe creator and showrunner of, Andy Siara, is the screenwriter of Palm Springs, the riff on groundhog day which trapped Milioti’s character at a desert wedding to Andy Samberg.

Milioti’s latest heroine is Emma, ​​a woman who traveled to Yucatán with her husband Noah (William Jackson Harper) to celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary. The couple are in what one hotel employee calls “marriage puberty”, although from what we see they could be closer to death. But after an ATV accident in the jungle, Emma finds a distraction to focus on: an old flip phone that belonged to another tourist who disappeared exactly 15 years ago. Of the, The complex splits into two timelines: the present, where Emma—and, reluctantly, Noah—investigate the disappearance; and the past, where twentysomething Sam (Skyler Gisondo) and Violet (Nina Bloomgarden) enjoy a vacation romance before vanishing without a trace.

Milioti’s character is something of a trope these days – the dissatisfied wife with a fixation born of self-destructive boredom. (Think of Eve in Kill Eve, whose cat-and-mouse chase with an assassin begins less as a work assignment than an emotional affair.) From the discovery of the phone, The complex follows Emma down the rabbit hole. What happened to Sam and Violet, we learn, involved a frighteningly strong hurricane, a dynasty of fashion designers and an obscure Mexican author who, in a glimpse of The complexthe quirky humor of, gives the show its entirely fictional epigraph.

These goofy jinks prove to be a more effective hook than the attempted commentary on marriage and relationships. The show’s limited runtime prevents it from becoming a complete mystery box, and when the answers come in, many ends are left open. Waiting, The complex has an infectious sense of pleasure. In addition to directing several episodes, Ben Sinclair of High maintenance appears as Alex, an eccentric hotel owner who suffers from a condition he calls “memory leak”. This The complex has hints of the paranormal is unsurprising from the CVs of its creators: Siara worked on the mystical, underrated Lodge 49, while Sam Esmail of Mister Robot and Back home serves as executive producer. But The complex is more playful than prodigious when it comes to all things happening in its namesake locality; one of Alex’s symptoms is “a primal hatred of iguanas that I just don’t understand”.

The complex is less interested in the colonial subtext of modern tourism (The White Lotus) or the manipulative interaction between staff and guest (Nine perfect strangers) than other recent shows set in idyllic retreats. Instead, he takes the idea of ​​escape and a chance for renewal at face value. It’s a story so straightforward about its metaphors that one character begins a climactic monologue by saying “the holidays are a lot like life.” (We also know Emma is unhappy because she Googles “how do I know if I should leave my relationship.”) If we failed to connect a couple’s young love and quiet distance from each other, turns out Noah and Emma too, met exactly 15 years ago.

But The complexThe simplicity of seems to release its wacky side, starting with the performance. Like Milioti, Harper almost comically plays type; after leading the much-improved second season of Love life, he’s back in character as a skeptical but supportive partner. As Violet’s father, Nick Offerman seems lost until he returns to the present day in full Ron Swanson mode, if Ron Swanson spent time with paramilitary groups in Central America. Married actors Dylan and Becky Ann Baker get a chance to play the couple they are in real life – this time off Zoom, where they appeared on Netflix Social distancing.

The complex is steeped in psychedelic graphics that look, consistent with its flashbacks, like an early screensaver. The imagery is a clue as to how the show is best enjoyed: zoned and zen, like true summer TV. Its platform may have its own existential questions to resolve. The complex, at least makes his frantic search for answers fun.

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Mir Kashif Iqbal on rediscovering his voice after leaving his rock band, Parvaaz https://linkwraylegend.com/mir-kashif-iqbal-on-rediscovering-his-voice-after-leaving-his-rock-band-parvaaz/ Thu, 28 Jul 2022 18:30:00 +0000 https://linkwraylegend.com/mir-kashif-iqbal-on-rediscovering-his-voice-after-leaving-his-rock-band-parvaaz/ Mir Kashif Iqbal was the guitarist of popular rock band Parvaaz for more than a decade, until last year when he left the band citing “irreconcilable differences”. Since then, as part of his solo project, the artist has released a full debut album, Peak wave descentas well as a live EP, Adaptation. This weekend, he […]]]>

Mir Kashif Iqbal was the guitarist of popular rock band Parvaaz for more than a decade, until last year when he left the band citing “irreconcilable differences”. Since then, as part of his solo project, the artist has released a full debut album, Peak wave descentas well as a live EP, Adaptation. This weekend, he performs his new music for the first time in Bangalore, a city he considers his second home. In a candid interview, the musician originally from Kashmir, but currently based in Delhi, tells us more:

How have you been since you left Parvaaz?
I’m moving to a new stage in life and it feels good. I released my album in November and it was well received. I’m starting to get new customers. But there is a long way to go, because I am starting from zero.

Was it a challenge to find your own solo sound?
Musically, there was no problem. I make music long before Parvaaz. So now I’m revisiting it all. And I revisit my voice again, literally. Before Parvaaz, I was the lead singer of a band in Delhi that I formed in school. With this group, I used to sing and write the lyrics. In Parvaaz, singing took a back seat, while guitar and lyric writing took center stage. Now that I’m on my own, it’s actually quite interesting to get my singing voice back. With Parvaaz it was quite different. Kahlid (Ahamed, vocalist) and I used to sit together and write, but now that I’m writing lyrics for myself, I’m rediscovering how I used to write long before Parvaaz.

How would you define your style and who are your inspirations?
The music I make is mostly rock, and it has elements of rock ‘n’ roll, as well as progressive rock. Classic rock has been a formative influence in my life. I listened to a lot of Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd. The fusion band Junoon (Pakistani Sufi rock band from the 90s) actually inspired me a lot, in terms of guitar and vocals. And then artists like Radiohead, Simon and Garfunkel, and Seattle-based Fleet Foxes are also on the list.

What can we expect from the concert?
Bangalore has always been a home away from home. I lived there from 2006 to 2020. I didn’t play a solo concert there under my name so that’s a first. I have a great group of musicians playing with me – Yadhunandan Nagaraj on drums, Kaushik Kumar on bass, Jason Zachariah on keyboards and Pradip Ramanathan on guitar. Besides the songs from my album and my live EP, I have some new songs that I will be playing. It’s pretty nerve-wracking, but I think it’ll be a good gig.

Rs 499 up. July 30, 7 p.m. At Fandom, Koramangala
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Tom Gordon: Nicola Sturgeon’s trial is the start of his long goodbye https://linkwraylegend.com/tom-gordon-nicola-sturgeons-trial-is-the-start-of-his-long-goodbye/ Thu, 28 Jul 2022 04:30:02 +0000 https://linkwraylegend.com/tom-gordon-nicola-sturgeons-trial-is-the-start-of-his-long-goodbye/ APRIL is the cruellest month, said TS Eliot. But October seems pretty gloomy these days too. Besides the energy crisis, if you’re an SNP campaigner, there’s the UK Supreme Court to look forward to. In the aftermath of the party conference in Aberdeen – its draft agenda full of bouncy ideas for campaigning in the […]]]>

APRIL is the cruellest month, said TS Eliot. But October seems pretty gloomy these days too. Besides the energy crisis, if you’re an SNP campaigner, there’s the UK Supreme Court to look forward to.

In the aftermath of the party conference in Aberdeen – its draft agenda full of bouncy ideas for campaigning in the referendum scheduled for 2023 – the Court begins to hear the case that could hit it in the head.

Last week Lord Advocate Dorothy Bain QC released the written submission she intends to submit on behalf of the Scottish Government. Nicola Sturgeon wants the Court to rule that Holyrood has the power to keep Indyref2 under its devolved steam, meaning Westminster cannot block it.

However, it’s also pretty clear that she doesn’t trust the Lord Advocate to do so. The day after Ms Bain’s written case was published, Ms Sturgeon ensured that the SNP asked the court to join the case in arguing for the same outcome.

This is an unprecedented situation.

The Government’s top legal officer, at the request of the Prime Minister, has referred the question of whether Holyrood has the requisite power to the Court, saying it is in the public interest to obtain a final decision on this “smoldering question”.

In particular, Ms Bain asked judges to decide whether a referendum bill that would see Scots ask the question ‘Should Scotland be an independent country?’ 2014 issue, “would relate” to matters reserved for Westminster, including the Union.

If they decide the bill doesn’t, then Ms Sturgeon can have Indyref2 next year.

But if, as seems more likely, the Court decides that it would encroach on Westminster territory, then the Bill will be dropped.

In which case, Ms Sturgeon said she would fight the 2014 general election as a ‘de facto referendum’ on the sole issue of independence, and all those SNP conference plans go up in smoke.

It is not difficult to see why the SNP wants to intervene. The Lord Advocate’s written case is atrociously party-neutral, presenting both sides of the argument, and if anything gives more show to why Holyrood cannot hold Indyref2 under its current powers, including Donald Dewar’s smoking gun telling the Commons so clearly that MPs were passing the Devolution Act.

Indeed, it is difficult to detect that Ms Bain is advancing any type of case in favor of the outcome desired by the Prime Minister.

It is also understandable. The case is going to court precisely because the Lord Advocate does not know whether Holyrood has the power to hold Indyref2 or not. It’s “unlikely she has the confidence” to call him, she admits. So his reference is actually to say, “I’m stuck here. Help me. Tell me what to do.”

As part of this process, she put forward arguments as to why Holyrood might have the power to fly solo, but they are far from overwhelming.

They include saying that a referendum asking people their views on independence would have no legal effect, while asking the Court to ignore politics and stick closely to the law. The proposed bill “does not aim at any particular result” and “concerns the Union only indirectly or consecutively”. Oh yeah.

She continues: “Beyond the immediate effect of ascertaining the will of the Scottish people, the practical effects of an advisory referendum are speculative. The court should not indulge in such speculation because it is not equipped to do so. But if the Court isn’t equipped to recognize blinding evidence, then I don’t know why it is equipped.

As former Supreme Court Justice Lord Sumption so aptly put it, “Most laws are just common sense with buttons.”

If the Court were to ignore common sense context and the Scottish Act 1998 states that it must consider ‘all the circumstances’ in deciding whether a matter is reserved, then it would be ridiculing itself and ridiculing the law. It is not wild speculation that the Scottish government is driven by more than mere curiosity.

Ms Sturgeon is keen to remind people that she was re-elected last year on a manifesto of commitment to a referendum, and that same manifesto said: ‘The SNP is clear that the referendum must be able to deliver the ‘independence.”

By intervening, the SNP can make its own more forceful arguments, challenging the Court’s previous rigid view of Westminster’s sovereignty and asking it to consider the right to self-determination recognized in international law.

It can also, bluntly, inject some drama. Two days of overpaid eggheads thinking about what “relates to” means is not the stuff of which democratic dreams are made. And if – when – the SNP loses, it can weaponize the verdict by saying it has exposed the limits of the British constitution.

But there is also a risk that an SNP intervention is unnecessary. As Roddy Dunlop QC, the Dean of the Faculty of Advocates, puts it: “It has the potential to rather cut to the knees protests that there is no politics involved in the referral.”

The result could be that Prime Minister Sturgeon uses scarce taxpayers’ money in the dim hope of getting a positive ruling from the Court, while SNP leader Sturgeon spends his members’ subs to undermine that same process. .

This would suggest that the exercise was still about theater, not substance, and the SNP’s adversaries would make hay.

It’s a bet that indicates that Ms. Sturgeon feels she has little more to lose.

At the end of 2014, at the start of management, Ms Sturgeon went on a bizarre and selfish tour of stadiums around the country that saw her breathlessly compared to a rock star.

As she faces her political mortality with Indyref2 a vain hope, she seems to come full circle.

The Supreme Court case and the general election feel like the beginning and end of an equally selfish farewell.

She leaves the political scene as she arrived there: empty-handed.

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Watch Slash’s Teen Rock Band Audition in New Capital One Ad https://linkwraylegend.com/watch-slashs-teen-rock-band-audition-in-new-capital-one-ad/ Wed, 27 Jul 2022 15:39:22 +0000 https://linkwraylegend.com/watch-slashs-teen-rock-band-audition-in-new-capital-one-ad/ He may have paid his way to rock legends Guns N’ Roses, but guitarist Slash remains humble. So humble, in fact, that he was spotted playing the iconic riff of Sweet Child O Mine at an audition for a teenage rock band. Okay, this isn’t an actual audition, more of a new ad for financial […]]]>

He may have paid his way to rock legends Guns N’ Roses, but guitarist Slash remains humble. So humble, in fact, that he was spotted playing the iconic riff of Sweet Child O Mine at an audition for a teenage rock band.

Okay, this isn’t an actual audition, more of a new ad for financial firm Capital One, but the top hat is tearing the appetite for destruction cut as if his role in the fresh-faced rock outfit really depended on it.

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How to start Criminal Enterprises GTA New Update https://linkwraylegend.com/how-to-start-criminal-enterprises-gta-new-update/ Tue, 26 Jul 2022 20:51:39 +0000 https://linkwraylegend.com/how-to-start-criminal-enterprises-gta-new-update/ There seems to be a problem to understand how to start new missions in GTA Online the Criminal Enterprises update, and if you’re having trouble with that, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we are going to tell you how to start the new Criminal Enterprises GTA update. All in all, it’s […]]]>

There seems to be a problem to understand how to start new missions in GTA Online the Criminal Enterprises update, and if you’re having trouble with that, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we are going to tell you how to start the new Criminal Enterprises GTA update. All in all, it’s really not that difficult, once you know what you have to do. However, you might encounter some issues in the process. Read on to learn everything you need to know.

How to start new GTA Online Criminal Enterprises missions

How to start the new Criminal Enterprises GTA Online update

To start the new IAA missions in GTA 5 Online Criminal Enterprises, you just need to follow a few simple steps. First, log into the game after downloading and installing the new content. Then drive and do whatever you want until you get a phone call from the ULP agent. This can apparently take up to fifteen minutes in some cases. I’m guessing it’s either a bug in the Criminal Enterprises update or the result of too many people trying to get started at once; it’s hard to say at this point. Anyway, after the phone call, you will find the yellow letter “U” on the map. We’ve marked it for you in the screenshot below. Go ahead and enter the yellow “pillar” to begin the quest.

And that’s really all there is to it; this is how you start the new GTA Online Criminal Enterprises IAA missions. Again, there appear to be some issues with the system at the time of writing, and we hope the situation will improve soon, either through developer intervention or on its own. If you need additional help with the new update, feel free to check out some of our other guides on the subject. Among others, we wrote articles like GTA Online not working on PC after update, Criminal Enterprises New Weapons and Criminal Enterprises New Cars & Vehicles.

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Rock band Foreigner will perform at the Ohio State Fair on Friday https://linkwraylegend.com/rock-band-foreigner-will-perform-at-the-ohio-state-fair-on-friday/ Tue, 26 Jul 2022 10:33:04 +0000 https://linkwraylegend.com/rock-band-foreigner-will-perform-at-the-ohio-state-fair-on-friday/ Marguerite Quamme | Special for The Columbus Dispatch If you’ve listened to classic rock radio stations at some point in the past 40 years, you’ve probably heard of Foreigner: “I Want to Know What Love Is”, “Double Vision”, “Hot Blooded”, “Cold As Ice” and many others. more songs probably come to mind. The group, which […]]]>

If you’ve listened to classic rock radio stations at some point in the past 40 years, you’ve probably heard of Foreigner: “I Want to Know What Love Is”, “Double Vision”, “Hot Blooded”, “Cold As Ice” and many others. more songs probably come to mind.

The group, which is back to performing about 100 shows a year after a hiatus during COVID, will perform at the Ohio State Fair on Friday for a “Greatest Hits” show.

The band currently includes lead guitarist Mick Jones, who has been with the band since its formation in 1976, and six other members, who joined the band at various times from 2004 to last year.

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Among them is the keyboard player and the backing vocalist Michael Bluesteinwho spoke by phone from his home in Los Angeles before the start of the current tour.

Bluestein has been part of the group since 2008.

“I was recommended for the gig by a colleague who was playing keyboards for Foreigner at the time but was going to have to leave, so he wanted to help out and get a replacement,” he said. “By chance, I met him at a music conference and he remembered me because we had worked together before. So he recommended me for the audition.

Bluestein remained intrigued by the music during several performances.

“I have my hands full on a lot of songs. They’re all pretty keyboard rich,” he said.

Tours keep the band and music fresh

And Foreigner’s songs stand the test of time.

“These are well crafted songs, with amazing vocals. Combine that with rock guitar, great keyboards, great backing vocals in the tradition of the Beatles and bands like that, and the ingredients come together,” he said.

While songs are occasionally changed with new arrangements, what really keeps the music fresh for Bluestein is the touring experience.

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“The big part of that is the audience, the reactions we get, playing in different venues. Every gig is different, there’s a different chemistry every night, depending on what part of the world you’re in, what the audience is like,” he said.

“I like to excite them, to see their faces, to make them sing. It keeps it fresh. Sometimes you’ll have a much younger audience, and sometimes you’ll have an older, more calm and relaxed audience. There are always challenges , new energies coming towards you.

Team up with the All-Ohio State Fair Youth Choir

Foreigner is known for collaborating with touring local youth choirs, and Columbus’ appearance is no exception.

The band will donate $500 to the All-Ohio State Fair Youth Choir, a subset of which will open for the show with a short set.

“The group that will be performing is a small audition group from the larger All-Ohio State Youth Choir,” said Jon Peterson, the choir’s director. “The group that will perform is the Scarlet Singers.”

The group, made up of 16 to 25 high school students, is committed to rehearsing longer and learning additional music.

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The All-Ohio State Fair Youth Choir’s largest youth choir consists of approximately 75 high school students from 68 schools and 48 counties across Ohio. They arrive at the fair five days before it opens to rehearse and live on the fairgrounds throughout the fair, performing at the opening ceremony and then at six to eight concerts a day.

At the Foreigner concert, the Scarlet Singers “will sing a combination of high art and popular music, all a cappella. It was actually a request from Foreigner. They didn’t want instruments. They will hopefully inspire the audience and prepare them for an incredible Foreigner show,” said Peterson.

“I really applaud Foreigner for being intentional about engaging young people in the communities where they perform, and therefore supporting music education, in this case in Ohio. Few rock bands do that. The fact that ‘they showcase local youth and musicians and highlight the importance of music education, it’s a real privilege to be a part of them.

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In one look

Foreigner will perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Celeste Center, Interstate 71 and East 17th Avenue. Tickets (which include admission to the fair) start at $40. (www.ohiostatefair.com)

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