Throughout this past week, Gary Clark Jr. performed a string of rescheduled performances at San Francisco’s The Fillmore with support from Fiona Silver. On Friday night, October 12th, the final night of his four-night Fillmore run, Clark welcomed a very special guest for the entirety of his encore: rock icon Carlos Santana.According to an Instagram post by Fiona Silver, Santana stopped by her dressing room before his sit-in to “to dance, jam and give [her] spiritual advice.” As Silver notes in a second post featuring a partial video of Santana’s sit-in during Clark’s performance, “After a heart to heart in the dressing room where Santana became my spiritual guru he brought me up on stage during his jam with Gary Clark Jr. I was so nervous!” [Videos: Alexander Haseltine] Carlos Santana led the band through a thrilling psychedelic blues-rock master class with Clark—one of the blues’ biggest modern torch-bears—and Silver along for the ride, laying down call-and-response riffs and vocals for them to counter and coaxing out an unforgettable performance from everyone onstage. Below, you can watch a number of clips from Carlos Santana’s surprise sit-ing with Gary Clark Jr. at The Fillmore in San Francisco. For a full list of Clark’s upcoming shows, head to his website.Gary Clark Jr. w/ Carlos Santana – 10/12/18 read more
Related Shows View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on May 3, 2014 Jackie and Marilyn continue to fascinate us. Two of the most glamorous and famous women of their time, they have come to represent so much—the divided female psyche, lost love, beauty, fashion, quintessential style, the challenges of marriage and relationships, to name but a few. Jackie and Marilyn is a fictional imagining of what might have gone on behind closed doors of the most famous love triangle of all timet—if it ever happened. The show will star Rachel Barrer as Jackie Kennedy and Lella Satie as Marilyn Monroe. Music and lyrics will be by Aleksandra Kovac and Roman Gorsek, set design will be by Yonatan Gonzalez and costume design will be by Aleksandra Stojic Zurovac. Tickets are now available to see Sheri Graubert’s Jackie and Marilyn off-Broadway. Directed by Sanja Bestic, the drama will play April 17 through May 3 at The Lion Theatre at Theatre Row. Opening night is set for April 18. Jackie and Marilyn read more
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 90-year-old woman was fatally struck by a car that she was helping her friend move in Oceanside on Wednesday afternoon.Nassau County police said June Gerin was helping her 89-year-old friend move her Ford sedan to the top of the driveway at the friend’s Windsor Parkway home when the driver mistakenly put the car in reverse, hitting the victim as she stood behind the car at 2:35 p.m.The victim was taken to a local hospital, where she was pronounced dead. The driver was taken to a local hospital for evaluation.Homicide Squad detectives conducted a safety test on the car and determined that the incident was accidental.
Arrizabalaga’s place as Chelsea No1 is under threat – from England’s No2. Burnley keeper Nick Pope is being increasingly linked with Stamford Bridge, although he had little to do in keeping mediocre Manchester United out for a 2-0 Clarets’ win on Wednesday night. Advertisement Chelsea boss Frank Lampard criticised £71million Kepa’s footwork as Arsenal twice fought back for Tuesday night’s 2-2 draw. Read Also:Pope admits being shunned by unimpressed Man City players Now Bleacher Report’s claim Lampard is considering alternatives, including 27-year-old Pope, who has two caps and is enjoying arguably his best ever season. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted ContentFascinating Ceilings From Different CountriesBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemIs This The Most Delicious Food In The World?What Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year read more
The USC men’s volleyball team pulled off a stunning upset over No. 5 Pepperdine in Malibu Saturday night in its Mountain Pacific Sports Federation quarterfinal playoff game. Freshman middle blocker Sam Lewis had a stellar game in his MPSF Playoff debut, recording six kills and seven blocks. Alex Zhang | Daily TrojanComing into the game, No. 6 seeded USC had dropped two straight games against Concordia and Grand Canyon University, while No. 3 seeded Pepperdine had won five of their last six, including wins over Concordia and GCU. With a 15-8 overall record (8-4 conference) compared to the Trojan’s 8-19 (3-7 conference), Pepperdine was a heavy favorite, and for good reason. Pepperdine proved its ability to consistently defeat top-ranked teams with a balance of smart coaching, strong attacking and fundamental defense throughout the year, leading to their top-five national ranking by the season’s end. Conversely, USC’s inexperienced yet talented roster had many ups and downs throughout the year, often hanging tight with top schools before narrowly falling by a few points each set.“They’ve got some guys that absolutely bomb,” head coach Jeff Nygaard said before the Pepperdine matchup. “They’re in their gym so it’s a little bit of a home court advantage. When it gets to this level, I don’t ever anticipate that we’re going to stop people or shut people down, but our job is to mitigate them, to the level to where it gives us opportunities to win by one or two points.”USC knew it had the ability to beat any team in the country, after their huge upset over No. 2 ranked UCLA on Senior Night. “Going to the playoffs, there’s all this other energy that’s out there, there’s all these other expectations,” said Nygaard. “When you saw what we did during UCLA, it was all of a sudden like, that was what the team should be playing to, so that’s what we’re trying to reproduce on a daily basis. That type of poise, composure, yet execution and high level of commitment to doing everything.” Pepperdine came out sluggish, perhaps underestimating their opponent, and USC capitalized by taking the first set 25-22. Pepperdine appeared to turn the tide in the second set with a strong 25-19 win, yet USC regrouped and pulled out the crucial third set, 26-24. With all the momentum on their side, the Trojans finished the match off convincingly with a 25-18 victory. Junior outside hitter Jack Wyett led USC with 20 kills, one ace and two blocks. His fellow junior outside hitter Gianluca Grasso was right behind with 19 kills, two aces and three blocks. Freshman middle blocker Sam Lewis showed great poise in his first playoff match, finishing with six kills and seven blocks, while junior outside hitter Ryan Moss contributed with nine kills and 10 digs. Most impressively, USC outhit Pepperdine .387 to .267, had 50 digs to 35 from Pepperdine and had eight blocks compared to the Waves’ six. USC now prepares to take on No. 4 BYU, the top overall seed in the playoffs. With the team seemingly peaking at the right time, it will be fun to see if the Trojans can continue their Cinderella run come April 19. read more
Ouch.Meanwhile, does anyone want to play for the Lakers anymore?First Dwight Howard, now Anthony.What in the world of Jerry West is going on around here?Kareem Abdul-Jabbar once forced a trade to Los Angeles.Shaquille O’Neal took less money to leave Orlando to play for the Lakers.From Wilt Chamberlain to Bryant, players have historically finagled ways to play for the Purple and Gold and the chance to hang championship banners.Now, they are ignoring them like the beautiful girl does when the random creepy dude approaches them at the club.So now it’s on to Plan B, which will include Jeremy Lin.Not long after LeBron James announced he was returning home to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Lakers were closed a deal with the Houston Rockets for Lin and a 2015 first round pick.Houston is trying to create cap space to offer Miami free agent Chris Bosh a max contract and is dumping players left and right.Lin, with his expiring contract coupled with a first-round pick, fits the Lakers long-term objective of young players on short-term contracts and assets.But make no mistake, the Lakers suffered a loss if the reports about Anthony are true.Say what you will about Anthony and the questionable impact he would have made with the Lakers.He’s a ball hog. He doesn’t play defense. He’s advanced passed the second round of the playoffs just one time over his 12-year career.And he guaranteed the Lakers nothing more than a significant bump in their rebuilding hopes.Still, this loss stings.Could you ever imagine a time when not one, but two NBA giants declined a chance to play for the Lakers despite maximum contract offers approaching or exceeding $100 million dollars?Could you envision a scenario in which the best center in the game and one of the greatest scorers in league history said thanks but no thanks to the chance to play alongside Bryant?But Howard did exactly that last summer, taking less money to bolt Los Angeles to Houston as a fee agent.And now Anthony declines the Lakers overtures to remain in New York or move to Chicago.An added ripple The losses just keep piling up.From a public relations standpoint, it was a tremendous missed opportunity.The Lakers are in need of a momentum boast, a victory if you will, after spending the last two seasons reeling from the Chris Paul trade fiasco, the Howard calamity, two coaching blunders and the worst season in their Los Angeles history.Anthony may not have represented an immediate turnaround – at least not a championship level revival – but reeling him in would have been a decisive win for the brand while restoring some faith in the Lakers front office.Since the passing of long-time Lakers owner Jerry Buss, the disastrous coaching hires of Mike Brown and Mike D’Antoni and the failed Howard experiment, trust has waned in the leadership of team president Jim Buss and general manager Mitch Kupchak.Prying Anthony away from Jackson and the Knicks – for less money mind you – and re-setting the Lakers future by putting another big-time superstar alongside Bryant, would have earned Buss and Kupchak some respect among an increasingly weary fan base.But it wasn’t meant to be.And now the Lakers are back to square one as they try to pull themselves from a two-year abyss – an eternity for a franchise that’s hung 16 championship banners and 10 over the last 34 years.But at least Buss and the rest of the Lakers brass has the backing of Bryant, himself a skeptical critic over the years.The long-time Lakers great vowed confidence in their plan Wednesday from Santa Barbara – even if it meant moving off the original blueprint of adding Anthony.Bryant suggested the Lakers had other moves up their sleeve in the event Anthony decided against coming here, Lin one of them.Another name to keep an eye on is Indiana free agent Lance Stephenson, likely on a short-term deal that preserves salary cap flexibility the next two summers.That might be the more prudent long-term, anyway.But for the short-term, missing out on Anthony stings. Kobe Bryant insists the Lakers have a solid Plan B in place as they plot their summer remodeling project.Not only are we about to find out what that fall-back strategy looks like, we’ll soon learn whether the Lakers can actually pull it off. Because Plan A seemingly just went poof.According to reports. free agent forward Carmelo Anthony has eliminated the Lakers from consideration, narrowing his decision down to the New York Knicks and Chicago Bulls. No thanks, Hollywood.What’s up, Windy City.Glad to meet you, Phil Jackson.And wouldn’t you just love to be a fork at the table tonight when Lakers president Jeanie Buss sits down for dinner with Jackson, her long time boyfriend.“Honey, can you pass the salt….by the way, did you happen to catch the news about Carmelo?’ Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error read more
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