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Perpetual Groove Plots NYC Blowout As Part Of Fall Tour

first_imgPerpetual Groove has announced a show in New York City as part of their 2019 Fall tour. The Athens, GA-based improvisational rock quartet will hit Gramercy Theatre on Saturday, October 12th.The band will be touring in support of their recently-announced self-titled album. The release of Perpetual Groove will mark the band’s first full-length release since 2009’s Heal, as well as the first LP featuring the group’s classic lineup of guitarist Brock Butler, keyboardist Matt McDonald, bassist Adam Perry, and drummer Albert Suttle since 2007’s LIVELOVEDIE. The band’s forthcoming album was recorded in 2018 at studios in North Carolina and Georgia, and was produced by Jason Kingsland and Tim Friesen.With the release of Perpetual Groove, the band will hit the road for a robust 2019 tour. In addition to their show in New York City, the band will crisscross the country, hitting markets in the South and East Coast, as well as a run through Colorado.Perpetual Groove will be out on all streaming platforms on Friday, May 17th. The band will also release the album on CD, and, for the first time ever, they will release music on vinyl.Tickets to Perpetual Groove at Gramercy Theatre go on sale this Friday, April 5th at 10:00 AM, but a pre-sale is running NOW using the password VIBES on Live Nation. For full event info, see below.Date: Saturday, October 12th, 2019Artist: Live For Live Music Presents: Perpetual GrooveVenue: Gramercy Theatre – 127 E 23rd St, New York, NY 10010Tickets:  $25 Advance / $30 Day Of Showlast_img read more

David Rudisha closer to returning to action with 3rd Olympic dream

first_imgNairobi: World 800m record holder David Rudisha has called for patience as he cautiously works his way back to action after three years of absence due to injury.Rudisha has been changing projected return dates for over 18 months. After his injury in 2017, he said he planned to return to action in June 2018, then he pushed it to December and later said August last year was possible.But for the first time, there is a ray of hope the 30-year-old may have run off his fitness problems and will be back on the road to competition, reports Xinhua news agency.”I have always had a nagging injury, every time I try to push myself to a certain level, I start feeling some pain,” Rudisha said on Monday.The Olympic champion has for long suffered an upper hamstring muscle, a similar problem that saw him miss out defending his crown at the 2013 World Championships in Moscow.Although Rudisha has reduced the number of visits to the doctors, in Kenya and the Netherlands, he can now start dreaming of returning to competition, and not necessarily getting to the fitness level for him to imagine clinching a third gold at the Tokyo Olympics.”I don’t want to go back to competition with the attitude that I am invincible David Rudisha. That I can do it just like I did it in the 2012 season. No. With that mentality, I could easily pick up another problem. I have to go slow like a beginner,” Rudisha assessed his chances. IANSAlso Read: UWW mulls solutions to Wrestling Asian Olympic qualifierAlso Watch: Swearing-in Ceremony of Pallav Bhattacharyya as new Chairman of APSC held todaylast_img read more