first_imgTedeschi Trucks Band has announced that they’re heading across the pond for a three-week European/U.K. tour in April of 2019.The 14-date run will begin in Paris, France on Tuesday, April 2nd. From there, the band will head to the Eindhoven, Netherlands and Winterbach, Germany on Thursday and Friday, April 4th and 5th, respectively, before making their way to Stockholm, Sweden for a show on Monday, April 8th. Next, the 12-piece blues-rock powerhouse will hit Oslo, Norway on Wednesday, April 10th ahead of two Danish performances in Copenhagen on Thursday, April 11th and in Randers on Friday, April 12th.On Sunday, April 14th and Monday, April 15th, Tedeschi Trucks Band will head back to Germany for performances in Bochum and Hamburg before making their way to Italy for shows on Wednesday, April 17th in Milan and Thursday, April 18th in Trieste. The band will round out their run with a show in Zurich, Switzerland on Saturday, April 20th; a stop in Brussels, Belgium on Tuesday, April 23rd; and a tour-closing performance at London, England’s London Palladium on Saturday, April 27th.Tedeschi Trucks Band just finished a five-date run with Willie Nelson‘s traveling Outlaw Music Festival, where they joined in on Willie’s set on various occasions. Next up for the band is their sold-out annual October residency at New York’s Beacon Theatre, set to begin on October 5th.Ticketing information for Tedeschi Trucks Band’s 2019 European tour is available here. You can check out a list of the band’s newly announced European tour dates below. For a full list of the band’s upcoming tour dates, head to the band’s website.Tedeschi Trucks Band 2019 European Tour DatesApril 2 – Paris, FR – L’OlympiaApril 4 – Eindhoven, NL – Muziekgebouw EindhovenApril 5 – Winterbach, DE – Salierhalle WinterbachApril 8 – Stockholm, SE – Cirkus Arena & RestaurangApril 10 – Oslo, NO – Sentrum Scene NorwayApril 11 – Copenhagen, DK – Amager BioApril 12 – Randers, DK – VærketApril 14 – Bochum, DE – RuhrCongress BochumApril 15 – Hamburg, DE – Mehr Theater am GroßmarktApril 17 – Milan, IT – Teatro degli ArcimboldiApril 18 – Trieste, IT – Politeama RossettiApril 20 – Zurich, CH – Theater 11 ZürichApril 23 – Brussels, BE – Ancienne Belgique – ABApril 27 – London, UK – The London PalladiumView European Tour Dateslast_img read more

first_img Love Letters Alan Alda and Candice Bergen begin their limited run in the Broadway revival of A.R. Gurney’s Love Letters on November 9, taking over from Brian Dennehy and Carol Burnett. Directed by Gregory Mosher, the pair will appear at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre through December 5. They will be followed by casts of stars in strictly limited engagements that include Anjelica Huston, Stacy Keach, Diana Rigg and Martin Sheen. Love Letters is a funny and emotional portrait about the powerful connection of love. Two friends, rebellious Melissa Gardner and straight-arrow Andrew Makepeace Ladd III have exchanged notes, cards and letters with each other for over 50 years. From second grade, through summer vacations, to college, and well into adulthood, they have spent a lifetime discussing their hopes and ambitions, dreams and disappointments, and victories and defeats. But long after the letters are done, the real question remains: Have they made the right choices or is the love of their life only a letter away? The production has also previously starred Mia Farrow. Keach and Rigg will play December 6 through January 9, 2015. Huston and Sheen will then play January 10 through February 15. Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Dec. 14, 2014 View Commentslast_img read more

first_imgSouthampton will welcome back a number of familiar faces when Liverpool arrive next weekend for a match Nathaniel Clyne believes could prove vital in the top-four race. During last summer’s unparalleled talent drain, Adam Lallana, Dejan Lovren and Rickie Lambert all left St Mary’s in favour of a move to Anfield. Those exits came at a reported combined cost of £49million and compounded the departures of head coach Mauricio Pochettino, Calum Chambers and Luke Shaw. Press Association “I think teams are coming up against us and making it really difficult for us to play,” Clyne said after Wednesday’s goalless draw. “I think they are coming to play counter-attacking football, which means that we have to try and break them down. “Yeah, it makes it difficult but we’re up for the challenge.” Southampton have certainly proved up to the challenge defensively, with their record of 12 clean sheets and just 17 goals conceded the best in the Premier League. “I think we’ve been solid all season, really,” Clyne added. “We’ve got the best defensive record in the Premier League. “We know if we keep that up, we know we can always go and win the game. “It’s been a great season. No one expected us to be where we are at the moment, but we’re flying high at the moment. “The confidence in the team and the morale’s high and we’re playing good football and we’re looking good.” Saints, though, have confounded those expecting them to struggle, with Ronald Koeman’s men sitting fourth in the Barclays Premier League standings with 13 matches remaining. Liverpool, four points worse off in seventh, are next up and England right-back Clyne is well aware of the importance of overcoming his former team-mates. “It is another game we’re looking forward to playing,” he told Press Association Sport. “We know Liverpool are a good side. “It is going to be another tough test for us, but I am sure if we play like we did (against West Ham) we can go and get the three points we’re looking for.” Put to Clyne that the match looked important in the top-four battle, he said: “Yeah, definitely. “I mean, if we get the win then we can push for that top four and hopefully we can stay there for the rest of the season.” To overcome Liverpool, Saints will need to show a cutting edge that has been missing in recent games at St Mary’s. Koeman’s side have not won in four successive home matches in all competitions, with the 10 men of West Ham the latest to leave with a smile on their face. last_img read more

first_img–Source: AS Countless footballers across the globe will have endured games to forget this weekend but none had it as hard as the cobbled together line-up of Serie C crisis club Pro Piacenza, who lost 20-0 at AC Cuneo.A game to forget, if that’s possible.The result owed much to the bottom-of-the-league outfit’s starting line-up featuring seven players, predominantly from their youth ranks, while they travelled without senior squad members or technical staff due to an on-going strike over non-payment of salaries.Their numbers briefly swelled to eight during the second half when one of the youngsters, who did not have the correct registration documentation before kick-off, was allowed to enter the field after an hour – only for the team’s moonlighting massage therapist to pull up with injury 14 minutes from time.Pro Piacenza are in dire financial straits and forfeited 3-0 walkovers in each of their previous matches against Pro Vercelli, Juventus II and Siena.Had they done the same on Sunday, they faced being thrown out of the league – a factor that resulted in the absurd spectacle played out at Cuneo’s Stadio Fratelli Paschiero.Edoardo Defendi and Hicham Kanis both had hat-tricks inside 17 minutes and the forward duo helped themselves to 11 of the 16 first-half goals, Kanis taking his tally to six.At the interval, Cuneo’s former Brescia and Napoli defender Fabiano Santacroce expressed his distaste for what had unfolded in an Instagram post.“Some Sundays you can find yourself like this… Leading 13-0 in the first half, against a team who’s playing with six 17-year-old kids and one of the executives playing as a central defender,” Santacroce wrote.“I have no words. I feel shame for those responsible.”The goal glut eased in relative terms after half-time, with Michele Emmausso becoming the third player to hit a hat-trick as Cuneo more than doubled their goal tally for the season, which stood at 18 before the weekend.Pro Piacenza will face up to their uncertain future from the bottom of the table, with eight points on the boardThey have five wins and a draw to their name, last tasting victory at home to Arezzo in December. But the Rossoneri have only taken to the field once since in Serie C and been deducted eight points.According to a report by Sport Piacenza this week, further deductions are set to be forthcoming amid instances of unpaid wages dating back to last September.last_img read more

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