Blues guitarist Gary Clark Jr. is set to appear on the upcoming 45th season of Austin City Limits next month on March 5th. Clark’s appearance on the performance-based television show in his hometown of Austin, TX next Tuesday will be taped and aired on cable television on a later date. Unlike most of the live performances which take place on the ACL stage, Clark announced on Tuesday that his upcoming performance will be streamed live on the show’s YouTube channel for fans around the country to tune in and enjoy prior to the episode’s arrival on television in the weeks to follow.Clark will appear on the television show for the third time in his career to help promote his latest studio album, This Land, which arrived just last Friday on Warner Bros. Records. Fans should assume that Clark will perform a handful of his new material, including the pre-release singles in “This Land”, “Feed The Babies“, and “Pearl Cadillac“. Clark was also the featured musical guest on a recent episode of Saturday Night Live earlier this month as well.Related: ‘Austin City Limits’ Shares Pro-Shot Video Of Gary Clark Jr.’s “Night Time Is The Right Time”“I’d been experimenting with beats and I kind of got on the empty seat with this one and started that way, I kind of wanted to start from the bottom and have that heavy kick and [the] crack of the snares,” Clark said recently about the new sounds and subtle changes in musical direction he chose to embark on for his latest studio project. “I just fell into it. I put my headphones on and just kind of went to work.”The guitarist’s appearance on Austin City Limits is not the only live gig which Clark has on his 2019 performance schedule. His spring 2019 tour begins shortly after his television appearance beginning on March 9th in Miami Beach, and he will remain on the road well into the summer months and even into September. Clark’s tour schedule also includes appearances at New Orleans Jazz Fest, BottleRock Napa, Jazz Aspen Snowmass, and LOCKN‘, just to name a few.Fans can head to Clark’s website for ticket info to all of his upcoming 2019 performances, and tune into the ACL YouTube when Clark’s performance is streamed live next Tuesday beginning at 8 p.m. CST.
60 Views no discussions Share Ms. Fenella K. Wenham; new and first female President of the National Youth Council.Outgoing Chairperson Ms. Fenella K Wenham is the new and first female President of the Dominica National Youth Council. The council held its 15th General Assembly this morning at the Grand Bay Primary School, under the theme “Embracing the Opportunity of Youth Development and Leadership.”She was elected president with 24 votes out of 33 ballots casted, while outgoing president Delroy Williams received 4 votes. Ms. Marva Tavenir who was nominated for the president position received 5 votes.Ms. Wenham who has served on the board of the National Youth Council for several years says she is ready to represent the youth positively.“I have served on at least three different positions on the National Youth Council, I used to be the Chairperson, General Secretary and 1st Vice President. At the National Youth Council our aim is to represent youth positively and as your president that is what I would like to do for you and with you, very importantly is with you,” Wenham said.In photo: newly elected Executive of the National Youth Council. Back row standing left to right is Secretary Anestine Baron, 1st Vice President Damon Jno. Baptiste, President Wenham, 2nd Vice President Keziah Augustine. Front row standing left to right is Committee member Almar Lawrence, Publicity Coordinator Nadisha Bravo, Chairperson Danika Hurtault, and Committee Member Mitch Jno. Charles.The other members of the executive body are; Damon Jno. Baptiste 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President Ms. Kezia Augustine, Ms. Danika Hurtault is the new Chairperson, Publicity Coordinator and Assistant Secretary/Treasurer positions are Nadisha Bravo and Anestine Baron respectively. Committee members are Mitch Jno. Charles and Almar Lawrence. The General Secretary and Treasurer postions are appointed positions which is the responsibility of the new executive. Presently Ms. Allana Rocque is the General Secretary and Sebastien Pascal the Treasurer.President Wenham who is a teacher says she has an excellent rapport with young people and this will assist her in rallying their support and speaking on their behalf.She plans on being a voice for the young people in issues pertaining to employment as well as highlighting their talents, skills and achievements.Dominica Vibes News Tweet Share Share LocalNews Fenella Wenham elected President of Dominica National Youth Council by: – July 16, 2011 Sharing is caring!
Captain John Terry has urged his Chelsea team-mates to heed the wake-up call presented by their 1-0 FA Community Shield defeat to Arsenal. The Barclays Premier League champions were sluggish as their London rivals, through Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s 24th-minute goal, recorded a rare victory against them. The winger’s powerful finish was Arsenal’s first goal against Chelsea in 506 minutes, and ended the Blues’ eight-match unbeaten run against them. “[Losing’s] horrible, whether it’s against my kids or anyone. That’s the mentality I was brought up in. That’s the same as the manager on a daily basis. “It was a different atmosphere in the dressing room afterwards. We haven’t lost many at Wembley. It’s maybe the boost we needed and we go again for the season.” The defeat means Chelsea’s pre-season is at risk of concluding without a solitary win in normal time. Gary Cahill resumed his central defensive partnership with Terry, but was unconcerned about their form and instead maintained that they should be judged from Saturday, when the league season begins. “Pre-season is false in many ways because you’re changing the team, everyone’s getting minutes, everyone is trying to get fit and you’re training hard,” he said. “You’re doing double training sessions before you play a game. We still have another week of that before we get down to business against Swansea. “I thought the game was opened up by a bit of individual brilliance – [Oxlade-Chamberlain] came inside and hit it into the top corner. Apart from that, I don’t think they had too many chances.” Terry remained adamant that they were the superior side and refused to dismiss the fixture as a friendly and hoped the defeat would ensure that they were better prepared. “There was a trophy on the line,” said the 34-year-old, whose side host Swansea on Saturday in their opening Premier League fixture. “It hurt when you saw them walk up the [Wembley] stairs to lift it. It means a lot because you work all season to be here. They earned the right to be here by winning the FA Cup. So did we by winning the league. “No matter if it’s a friendly or a Community Shield – it’s a trophy at the end of the day. It’s horrible. It’s not nice. At the same time, it could be a blessing in disguise for us – a wake-up call. “We have experience in the squad – we have the character. It’s going to be even tougher this year. We go again and prepare ourselves for Swansea. “We have the Premier League to concentrate on now. We have to take the positives from it. We got another 90 minutes under our belts.” Chelsea had only returned from a pre-season largely spent in the United States on Wednesday while Arsenal, who resumed training a week earlier than Jose Mourinho’s team, appeared fresher. Terry and his team-mates also struggled against fatigue towards the end of last term – their impressive start was ultimately what inspired them to the title – but the defender insisted their conditioning was not a concern. “I don’t think so,” he replied when asked if Chelsea were tired. “I thought we were on top, if anything. I think these games are always a bit slow anyway – the players are still finding their feet and fitness. Press Association