The Disco Biscuits Announce Three-Night 2019 Run At The Capitol Theatre

first_imgThe Disco Biscuits have announced a three-night run at The Capitol Theatre this winter! The jamtronica pioneers will take over the Port Chester, New York historic venue on January 31st, February 1st, and February 2nd, 2019.The BiscoTix fan presale lottery is underway now through this Wednesday, November 28th, at 5 p.m. (EST) here. As the band’s announcement notes, the BisxoTix fan presale lottery will save you money on single day tickets and is the only place to get a three-day pass (even more savings). General on-sale opens this Friday at 10 am (EST).Next up for The Disco Biscuits is a three-night run in the mountains of Colorado, at the brand-new venue 10 Mile Music Hall in Frisco, followed by Holidaze, an event whose potential for greatness is self-explanatory. TDB will make their highly anticipated return to their hometown of Philadelphia for New Year’s Eve, with a four-night run at The Fillmore December 28th, 29th, 30th, and 31st.As previously announced, in 2019, The Disco Biscuits will perform two-nights in Washington, D.C. at the Lincoln Theatre on Friday, January 25th and The Anthem on Saturday, January 25th. The Disco Biscuits are also scheduled to perform two late-night shows in New Orleans during Jazz Fest, on April 26th and 27th, 2019, at the brand new Fillmore New Orleans. Head to the band’s website for more information.last_img read more

Billy Porter, Jonathan Groff, Jinkx Monsoon and More Top OUT’s 100 Most Eligible Bachelors List

first_img Billy Porter Out magazine lists the top 100 bachelors in no particular order, but readers are encouraged to vote for who they’d most like to date. Out will present the winners in February. The magazine describes their search for the most eligible men saying they, “scour the globe on the prowl for single men to share with [their] readers. Some of the hottest prospects are already married, settling down, or dating (thanks, Tom Daley and Robbie Rogers), but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of guys who are looking for love.” Jonathan Groff Star Files Other theater faves who made the list include Ricky Martin (Evita), Lee Pace (The Normal Heart), Andrew Scott (Sherlock), Alex Newell (Glee), Nathan Lee Graham (Priscilla Queen of the Desert), Luke Evans (Taboo), Mo Rocca (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee) and playwrights Tarell Alvin McCraney (Antony & Cleopatra adaptation) and Stephen Karam (Sons of the Prophet). Gideon Glick View Comments Ricky Martin Bobby Steggert It’s raining men, halleloo! Several Broadway favorites scored spots on OUT magazine’s fourth annual list of the top 100 eligible gay bachelors. Among the babes to make the cut are Kinky Boots Tony winner Billy Porter, Looking leading man Jonathan Groff, Tony nominee Bobby Steggert (Mothers and Sons), Glee’s Chris Colfer, Jerick Hoffer AKA Jinkx Monsoon (The Vaudevillians, Drag Race) and Gideon Glick (Spider-Man). View All (5)last_img read more

ICC World Cup World Cup 2019: Twitter whining after Mohammad Shami not being picked against New Zealand

first_imgNew Delhi : In the high-octane clash between India and New Zealand at Old Trafford, New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson won the all-important toss and opted to bat first. Kiwi skipper brought back their warhorse Lockie Ferguson at Tim Southee’s expense for the crunch game. India, on the other hand, took a brave call of not including Mohammed Shami in the playing XI who was ‘rested’ for the Sri Lanka clash.It has also left the Twitterati including some of the cricket experts baffled and the pacer’s exclusion is being questioned.Mohammad Shami has been India’s man for this year’s World Cup after being included in the playing XI in place of Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who missed a few games due to hamstring tore.The Bengal pacer stunned Afghanistan by picking a hat-trick against Afghanistan in a thrilling game and has so far picked 14 wickets in just four outings.With this, News Nation brings to you fans reaction after Indian speedster Mohammad Shami wasn’t included in the playing XI:  It’s Shocking to know that Mohammad Shami is been drop in semi final dispite such a great performanceIs there any logic behind this decision#indiavsNewzealand— Imran Siddiqui Nadwi (@ImranNadwi) July 9, 2019#AskStar I ask all Indian team supporters and management that why today Mohammad shami out of playing 11…what he passed bad forms…— Mohd Sajid Ahmad Khan (@MohdSajidAhmad4) July 9, 2019the strange decision made from the Indian team missing wicket-taker #MohammadShami sure trouble to get a wicket today4 matches 14 wickets#CWC19 #INDvNZ pic.twitter.com/v20qiprqpr— iBrAhIm (@intimate1982) July 9, 2019 For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

Minor footballers open Munster campaign

first_imgThe game gets underway at 7 o’clock this evening and Tipp FM will have live updates from the match.Tonight’s other games see reigning champions Kerry taking on Clare while Limerick play host to Cork The Tipperary Minor footballers are in a Munster Championship quarter final against Waterford in Semple Stadium.With the Premier County getting the upper hand the last time these two sides met in the first round, the Déise men will be out for retribution.Tipp will be looking to get their campaign off to a winning start and secure their eighth Munster title, having last won the coveted trophy back in 2012.last_img

Lancashire win tight title challenge

first_img Lancashire won their 12th English Men’s County Championship when they came through an intensely close final day at Wychwood Park, Cheshire.They edged past Somerset on countback, winning the title by 1½ game points, after the two teams tied with two match wins apiece. Lancashire clinched it today with a 5-4 win over Hampshire, while Somerset beat Lincolnshire 5½-3½.“It’s superb,” said team captain Paul Williams, who also steered Lancashire to their last victory in 2013. “But it was tight!”The Northerners were taken over the winning line by England international Sean Towndrow after an afternoon of excellent golf, nailbiting tension – and ever-changing calculations of the possible outcomes.At the start of the day’s play any of the four finalists could have won the championship, but Lancashire and Somerset staked the strongest claims when they both won their morning foursomes.Lancashire took two of the possible three points against Hampshire, while Somerset enjoyed a clean sweep over Lincolnshire. Both teams knew then that if they went on to win their overall match, the outcome would be decided on countback between them.England international Paul Kinnear led Lancashire out in the singles and gave a sign of what was to come when he started with an eagle three on the first. He played 14 holes in four-under par, won by 5/4 – and completed his own perfect score of six wins from six matches. “My star man,” said Williams.But further down the order, Hampshire took control of the last three games and Lancashire attention focussed on Ciaran Doherty and Towndrow to provide the essential points. Doherty got to three up on Martin Young, but was pulled back to just one up before surging ahead again to win 3/1.Towndrow’s match was always close with just one hole in it for most of the round. He holed a good putt on 16 to get to dormie two up, but Hampshire’s Darren Walkley holed a 20ft birdie putt on 17 to take the match down 18. Towndrow played textbook stuff and was rewarded when his birdie was conceded for the win.“I’ve got to congratulate all the team, they all pulled together” said Williams, whose mantra for the week was: “You have to believe and you will find a way.”Meanwhile Somerset were making their bid for the title. After their successful morning they were thoroughly tested by Lincolnshire who came out on a mission in the singles. They set a storming pace from the start and were up in all six games over the opening holes.Somerset captain Justin Lane commented: “Some of the golf Lincolnshire played was phenomenal. After nine holes I thought we were going to lose the match and for the guys to stop that and pull out the win was fantastic.”Matt Turner summed up Somerset’s determination when he won the top singles against England international Ashton Turner – with an eagle three on the last.Josh Hilleard, who was also down for much of the round, provided another point with a 2/1 win and Will Poole secured a half.In the end although they won the match, the title was denied them. Lane said: “It was a win, but not quite enough. It’s always disappointing not to win but we are happy that we held our heads high. We are a county with only 29 clubs, so we are the smallest county here, and I am really, really pleased, the guys played so well. It’s been a great weekend.”Final placings: 1 Lancashire 2 Somerset 3 Hampshire 4 Lincolnshire.Click here for full scores 27 Sep 2015 Lancashire win tight title challenge last_img read more