Beloved My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James will play a short run of shows in California this Fall. Based around the singer-songwriter’s appearance at the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival, James will play four shows, making stops in in Pioneertown and Ventura before playing two shows in San Francisco.Twin Limb will provide support for the first two shows on the tour. They recently supported James in New York City as a surprise set in June, so expect some collaboration between the James and his openers.The first show in San Francisco will find James at the bluegrass festival proper, and the final show of the run will take place at The Fillmore with Monsters of Folk bandmate Conor Oberst on the bill as well.See below for all of Jim James’ new tour dates, and click here for full information from his website.Jim James Solo Tour DatesSeptember 28th – Pappy & Harriets – Pioneertown, CA w/ Twin LimbSeptember 29th – Ventura Theatre – Ventura, CA w/ Twin LimbSeptember 30th – Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival – San Francisco, CAOctober 1st – The Fillmore – San Francisco, CA w/ Conor Oberst & Miwi La Lupa
Former El-Kanemi Warriors of Maiduguri Head Coach, Ladan Bosso, is set to be unveiled as new coach of Katsina United after the management of club returned with a better offer to try to persuade the former Flying Eagles gaffer to join their ranks ahead of next seasonâ€™s NPFL campaign.Bosso, who was replaced as El-Kanemi coach last month by Imama Amapakabo, was also touted for the vacant Enyimba job, but its seems Katsina United have now won the race for his signature. According to AOIFootball.com Katsina United management landed in Minna, the hometown of Bosso last weekend but could not meet the evaluation of his contract worth.The team is due in Minna with an improved deal worth N7 million.Bosso will earn N1.6 million a month and is to be assisted by Baldwin Bazuaye who was the immediate past head coach of the Katsina-based club.According to club sources, Bazuayeâ€™s monthly take-home would be upgraded to N800,000 from the previous N600,000, as part of the agreement reached by soon-to-be announced Technical Director of the club, Ladan Bosso.Hopefully, the contract would be dotted in Bossoâ€™s mini office at his resident in Minna.The official unveiling is expected to take place in Katsina next weekShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
KwesÃ© will give African sports lovers a front row seat to cheer on our phenomenal winter sports athletes a KwesÃ© exclusive Olympics pop-up channel which be available on channel 306. The channel will provide 24 hour coverage of the games and will be available on the go through KwesÃ©â€™s multiple device viewing options.KwesÃ© Free Sports will provide live coverage of certain sports, the channel will also broadcast two 60 minutes highlights shows which will help viewers catch up on the dayâ€™s scores and memorable moments. The Olympic News and Highlights Shows will air at 8am and 3pm local time, daily.As the exclusive free-to-air broadcaster of the Winter Olympics, KwesÃ© Free Sports audiences will also be able to watch the opening and closing ceremonies of PyeongChang 2018 as well as all competitions featuring African athletes including the Nigerian Bobsled and Skeleton team as they make history at PyeongChang 2018. KwesÃ© Free Sports can be accessed by tuning to UHF 32 on analogue TV in Lagos or channel 285 on KwesÃ© TV whether or not you have an active subscription.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Pay tv channel, KwesÃ© TV, has promised to broadcast the Olympic Winter Games, PyeongChang 2018, live to its subscribers between February 9 and 25, 2018.The Winter Olympics will see 90 teams participating in different games including; figure skating, freestyle skiing, snowboarding, ski jumping, and bobsled, and KwesÃ© TV subscribers will be able watch the Nigerian bobsled team – Seun Adigun, Akuoma Omeoga and Ngozi Onwumere and skeleton athlete, Simi Adeagbo as they make history at PyeongChang 2018.KwesÃ© TV signed a multi-year deal with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) for the broadcast of the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018, the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022 and the Olympic Games Paris 2024. KwesÃ© TVâ€™s broadcast rights include exclusive free-to-air (FTA) rights for sub-Saharan Africa (excluding South Africa) as well as non-exclusive pay-TV rights for the same markets.KwesÃ© TVâ€™s broadcast of the games will kick-off with the opening ceremony at the PyeongChang Olympic Stadium on February 9 on KwesÃ© Free Sports.
Story Links Final Results The Bulldogs carded a final round of 306 for a three-round total of 921 (306-309-306). SIU won the championship as the Salukis moved past Illinois State for a 10-stroke victory. SIU finished at 859 (291-287-281) while the Redbirds finished at 869 (285-292-292). With their team win Tuesday, the Salukis earned the Valley’s automatic berth to the NCAA Championship. SUNRISE BEACH, Mo. – The Drake University men’s golf team finished the 2019 Missouri Valley Conference Championship in seventh place Tuesday, April 23 afternoon at The Club at Porto Clima. Illinois State’s David Rauer defeated Missouri State’s Kory Franks in a weather-delayed playoff for medalist honors. Team Standings1. Southern Illinois, 291-287-281 – 859 (-5) 2. Illinois State, 285-292-292 – 869 (+5) 3. Missouri State, 299-292-293 – 884 (+20) 4. Bradley, 302-301-291 – 894 (+30) 5. Valparaiso, 303-302-297 – 902 (+38) 6. Northern Iowa, 305-312-301 – 918 (+54) 7. Drake, 306-309-306 – 921 (+57) 8. Loyola, 306-301-315 – 922 (+58) 9. Evansville, 319-306-312 – 937 (+73) 7. Drake, 306-309-306 – 92125. Tommi Avant, 74-79-78 – 231T26. Lucas Scherf, 76-78-78 – 232T29. Tim Lim, 82-77-74 – 23336. Chase Wicklund, 77-83-76 – 23637. Shayne Patel, 79-75-83 – 237 Print Friendly Version Three Bulldogs placed in the top 30 of the individual leaderboard with senior Tommi Avant leading the way at 231 (74-79-78) in 25th place in his final tournament for the Bulldogs. Close behind was Lucas Scherf who tied for 26th just one stroke back at 232 (76-78-78) while Tim Lim moved up 10 spots and tied for 29th with his final round 74 for a total of 233 (82-77-74) on the 7,060-yard, par-72 course. Chase Wicklund and Shayne Patel finished 36th and 37th, respectively, at 236 (77-83-76) and 237 (79-75-83).