Full Audio Of Vulfpeck’s Funky Brooklyn Bowl Opener Has Emerged [Listen/Gallery]

first_imgLoad remaining images Vulfpeck Brooklyn Bowl 9/8/16 Last night marked the funky return of Vulfpeck to the Brooklyn Bowl, kicking off a three-night run at the famed Brooklyn, NY venue. Anticipation was high coming into the show, as the band delivered an exciting performance just one night prior at SummerStage in NYC’s Central Park. True to form, Vulfpeck brought out many special guests, delighting fans with material new and old for an unforgettable night.At different times, the band brought out guitarist Cory Wong, keyboardist/vocalist/songwriter Joey Dosik, trombonist Melissa Gardiner, percussion master Richie Rodriguez, vocal powerhouse Antwaun Stanley, and drummer Bernard Purdie. You can read the full review here, as written by the Vulfpack creator Kendall Deflin, but we wanted to share a little something special with our readers.Thanks to taper Eric McRoberts, we can stream some full audio from last night’s exciting Brooklyn Bowl run opener. Check out the full stream here, and see below for a beautiful gallery of images as taken by Patrick Hughes/Faces of Festivals. Enjoy the grooves!* w/ Bernard Purdie – [email protected] w/ Melissa Gardiner – Trombone# w/ Antwaun Stanley – Vocals% w/ Joey Dosik – Keys / Vocals / SaxophonePro-shot video has also emerged, courtesy of micapaw groove:last_img read more

Irrigation Maintenance

first_imgTo avoid disaster due to subfreezing winter temperatures, leaky pipes and uninvited rodents, University of Georgia Cooperative Extension irrigation specialist Wes Porter recommends that Georgia growers inspect their irrigation systems before planting their crops this spring.“We’ve got to get our irrigation systems in top shape, up and ready to run. Once the crops are up, the last thing you want is an irrigation system to break down,” Porter said.Planting season is just weeks away for Georgia corn growers, who normally start planting at the beginning of March. Now is the best time to inspect irrigation equipment, Porter said.“I encourage (growers) to do a quick search online or go to their county (Extension) office and ask for our spring center-pivot checklist,” he said. “It goes through the components (that growers) should check very thoroughly, has detailed pictures of the critical areas to check, discusses what to look for and even how to correct most of the problems.”The center-pivot maintenance guide can be found online in UGA Extension Bulletin 1452, located at extension.uga.edu/publications/detail.html?number=B1452.After farmers begin planting their crops, they may apply irrigation to establish proper plant stands or activate herbicides, and a leaky pipe or flat tire can delay those plans.“If farmers take care of these maintenance procedures before the growing season begins, it will save them much-needed time during critical water-use periods and prevent potential yield loss to their crops due to moisture stress,” Porter said.Growers should test irrigation systems and let them run to make sure they are operating efficiently prior to their initial use on this season’s crops, he said.“Start the system up and make sure it’s working with proper operating pressure. It’s a good idea to check the flow rate to make sure (it’s) where it is supposed to be. You can also visually check all the nozzles to ensure they’re all working properly,” Porter said.Growers should also make sure that sprinklers are rotating properly, in a uniform pattern.Change the oil and clean the air filters on motors that run on diesel, gas or propane. Make sure that pumps are ready and free of overwintering animals or insects, their nests and cobwebs.UGA Extension water educators can come to growers’ fields to take uniformity tests. Through these tests, they can check water distribution across a pivot and find where growers can potentially save money.To learn more about UGA Extension water educators, visit http://bit.ly/2BHrncS.last_img read more

Three English players named in Astor Trophy team

first_img Three English players have been named in a strong Great Britain & Ireland team for this year’s Astor Trophy at Royal Colwood in Canada.Lily May Humphreys was an automatic pick as one of the leading two GB&I players on the Women’s World Amateur Golf Ranking and she will be joined by British Women’s Amateur champion Emily Toy and Alice Hewson who won the recent European Ladies’ Amateur Championship at Parkstone.The fourth member of the team is Ireland’s Olivia Mehaffey who earned the second automatic place via the World Rankings.Humphreys from Stoke-by-Nayland is the youngest member of the team at 17 while Hewson (Berkhamsted), Mehaffey (Royal Co. Down Ladies) and Toy (Carlyon Bay) are all 21.The Astor Trophy is contested once every four years between teams representing Australia, Canada, GB&I, New Zealand and South Africa. Each country is represented by four players with each country contesting foursomes and single match in a round robin format.This year’s match is to be played at Royal Colwood on Wednesday, 28 August to Sunday, 1 September.Photo: Credit to Vicki Head. 31 Jul 2019 Three English players named in Astor Trophy team Tags: england women, Lily May Humphreyslast_img read more