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first_imgPearl Jam‘s Mike McCready has announced a brand new, one-day event, Peak to Sky, set to take place on July 6th, 2019 at Big Sky Events Arena in Big Sky, Montana, where he lives part-time.The new event will see McCready perform alongside Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Duff McKagan (Guns N’ Roses), Josh Klinghoffer (Red Hot Chili Peppers), and Taylor Hawkins (Foo Fighters), with additional performances by Brandi Carlile and more to be announced soon.As McCready told local publication Explore Big Sky, “I love playing music with Chad Smith, Duff McKagan and Josh Klinghoffer. I am stoked to play with Taylor Hawkins too … Asking Brandi Carlile to be a part of this event was a no brainer.”Related: Watch Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready Perform Electric National Anthem At Seattle Mariners’ Home Opener [Video]As the Explore Big Sky report notes, Mike McCready’s Peak to Sky blowout marks the most high-profile concert event to hit the scenic Montana town in 16 years. “In 2003, Willie Nelson played in Big Sky, the biggest concert here to date,” said Eric Ladd, CEO of Outlaw Partners, the Big Sky-based media, marketing and events company organizing the event, which also publishes Explore Big Sky. “The energy we had in Big Sky was phenomenal, and ever since I’ve wanted to bring that feeling back to our town.”According to the Explore Big Sky report, McCready came up for the idea for Peak to Sky with Ladd while riding a chairlift on nearby Lone Mountain this winter. Those same mountains will serve as the picturesque backdrop for the new live music event.“It’s an opportunity to put our amazing town and venue on the big stage, an opportunity to put some of the best musicians in the world in front of a crowd from our community,” Ladd said. “These guys have played in front of hundreds of thousands in single shows, and now they’ll play in front of 4,500. It’ll be a one of kind experience.”“This show is going to be awesome and I am looking forward to the town of Big Sky and the surrounding area coming out to rock with us,” McCready told Explore Big Sky. “Maybe this can turn into something that lasts.”Tickets to the inaugural Peak to Sky go on sale on April 19th. For more information and ticketing details, head to the event website here.[H/T Explore Big Sky]last_img read more

first_imgThe Oldenburg Academy Twisters battled The South Dearborn Knights in Baseball action on Saturday, April 15th.SD won the Varsity Game 8-2.SD           121 102 1             8    8   2OA          010 000 1             2    3   1OA Hitting:  Adam Huber 1-3; Michael Hoff 1-3, run; Dalton Mooney 0-2, bb; Adley Kuhlmann   run; Zach Wegman 1-3.OA Pitching:  Michael Hoff 6 IP, 8 runs, 7 earned, 8 hits, 1 k, 2 bb,  5 hbp     Loss; Hunter Sullivan 1 IP, 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 k, 0 bb, hbp.Twisters Varsity record: 2-5.  Next game (4-17) at Edinburgh.The Knights won the JV Game 18-1 in 4 innings.Adley Kuhlmann, Will Yunger, Glenn Geraci, Hunter Sullivan and Abe Peetz all pitched for OA.  Will Yunger, Abe Peetz, Zach Wegman and Aaron Weber each had a hit for OA.JV record 0-2. Next game, Wednesday (4-19) at Lawrenceburg.Courtesy of Twisters Coach Doug Behlmer.last_img read more

first_imgOn April 29, 2018 at approximately 5:30 PM, the Lauderhill Police Department and the Lauderhill Fire Department responded to 3279 La Mirage Drive regarding a 911 call of an unresponsive child found floating in the pool.When Police and Rescue Units arrived on scene they immediately began administering CPR to a 3 year-old female child. The child was transported to Plantation General Hospital where doctors were unable to save her. The child died as a result of the drowning. Initial reports are that the child was at the community pool with the parents and other children. Another child made the adults aware of the 3 year-old floating in the water and the adults pulled the child out and called 911. That child was subsequently identified as Angelique Pache. According to the Lauderhill Police detectives continue to investigate the circumstances related to the child’s death.last_img read more

first_imgTP Mazembe coach Patrice Cateron has lauded the influence of his Ghanaian players in their CAF Champions league winning feat.Ghanaian quartet of Solomon Asante, Yaw Frimpong, Richard Kissi Boateng and Daniel Nii Adjei were phenomenal in their final two legged finals against Algerian side USM Algiers.Cateron believes the players’ hard work and dedication to the Mazembe course cannot be overlooked.“There were very important in the difficult moment of the season because they were really strong mentally and I’m proud of all of them,” he told Joy Sports“They have a very good education and tactically they are doing very well, they are very competitive as well and we can always rely on them anytime.”– Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more