STS9 Is Offering A Free Download Of Their Fall Tour Opener In Minneapolis

first_imgJust a week ago, STS9 hit the famed Skyway Theatre in Minneapolis, MN to kick off an extensive fall tour. The band just released a new album, The Universe Inside, and has been bringing the heat at live shows played across the country!The tour opener was no exception, as STS9 opened with “Give & Take” and brought out a ton of classic tunes throughout the night. They even found time to break from “World Go Round” and play “1999,” covering Prince in his home state of Minnesota. A fitting tribute, and a highlight of the show.With more tour dates coming up soon, the band is getting fans excited by offering up a free download of this show. Just click this link to automatically start the download, and check out the full setlist below.Setlist: STS9 at the Skyway Theatre, Minneapolis, MN – 10/20/16SET I: Give & Take, Moon Socket, Orbital, Summit, Vapors, Rent, When The Dust Settles Reprise, World Go Round>>1999>>World Go RoundSET II: Out Of This World. Lo Swaga, Hidden Hand Hidden Fist > Glogli > Instantly, What Is Love?, Awesome feat. Cool Kids (STS9 remix) > The Unquestionable Supremacy of NatureEncore: Mobsters > Surreality > EBlast_img read more

Rape charge puts man behinds bars

first_imgILOILO City – Charged with rape by sexual assault, a man was nabbed in Barangay Dayao, Roxas City, Capiz. Armed with a warrant of arrest, the Maayon police staged Dela’s apprehension around 5:15 p.m. on July 3, the report added. He was 41-year-old Derald Dela of Barangay Palaguian, Maayon, Capiz, a police report showed. The suspect was detained in the custodial facility of the municpal police station. The court recommended a P300,000 bail bond for his temporary liberty./PNlast_img

First Regional Super 50 semi-final Scorpions destroy Red Force with record-breaking performance

first_img…Walton and Blackwood smash centuriesTHE Jamaica Scorpions are through to the final of the WICB Regional Super50 after a commaning performance against the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force in the semi-final at the Coolidge Cricket Ground in Antigua last nightOn the way to a 292-run victory, the Scorpions, through centuries from Chadwick Walton and Jermaine Blackwood, racked up 434, more runs than any Caribbean team in history.Walton, who was disappointed when he got out at 117, started the ball brilliantly with Steven Taylor, who made 88.Jermaine Blackwood celebrates his century at Coolidge Cricket Ground.(Photos by WICB Media/Randy Brooks of Brooks Latouche PhotographyThe two shared in a 174-run opening stand that ended in the 22nd over. Blackwood would pick up the mantle, batting with Walton before the latter went with the score on 269 for two.By that time, Walton had faced just 96 deliveries, while Taylor took 71 to get to his total. Blackwood would then find a partner in Rovman Powell, who was jsut as keen to put his foot to the pedal, scoring 95 from 45 deliveries before he was bowled in the final over by Ravi Rampaul. The Red Force pacer would end with figures of 2-83.Blackwood would end unbeaten on 108 from 88 deliveries.If it was possible to bat a team out of a game, the Scorpions had done just that, and by the time Jerome Taylor, 3-27, and Reynard Leveridge, 2-31, had made some inroads into the top order, the game was over.When Powell, who came on to bowl later on in the T&T innings, started carrying over his arm, the momentum from his batting spilled over and he ended up with 5-36 on a pitch that it was assumed was good for batting.Only Jason Mohammed showed some fight, scoring a run-a-ball 62 with his captain, Denesh Ramdin, hanging around for 35 deliveries to score 27. The game was over in the 27th over, as Taylor took great pleasure in bowling Shannon Gabriel, who may want to forget this game as quickly as possible, for a duck.Earlier, Gabriel had bowled nine wicketless overs that yielded 91 runs. SCORPIONS+C Walton lbw b Imran Khan 117S Taylor c Ottley b Mohammed 88J Blackwood not out 108R Powell b Rampaul 95J Campbell c wkp Ramdin b Rampaul 0Extras (b1, lb11, w12, nb2) 26TOTAL (4 wkts, 50 overs) 434To bat: D Thomas, A McCarthy, D Jacobs, *N Miller, J Taylor, R Leveridge.Fall of wickets: 1-174 (Taylor), 2-269 (Walton), 3-432 (Powell), 4-434 (Campbell).Bowling: Gabriel 9-0-91-0 (w3), Rampaul 10-0-83-2 (w1), Emrit 8.3-0-78-0 (w3, nb2), Pierre 6.3-0-77-0 (w1), Mohammed 6-1-24-1 (w1), Imran Khan 10-0-69-1 (w2).RED FORCEK Hope c Miller b Leveridge 17E Lewis c wkp Walton b Taylor 18K Ottley c wkp Walton b Leveridge 1J Mohammed not out 62N Alexis lbw b Taylor 0*+D Ramdin c wkp Walton b Powell 27I Khan c Blackwood b Powell 6R Emrit c Taylor b Powell 3K Pierre c wkp Walton b Powell 2R Rampaul c wkp Walton b Powell 0S Gabriel b Taylor 0Extras (b1, lb1, w4) 6TOTAL (all out, 26.3 overs) 142Fall of wickets: 1-26 (Lewis), 2-38 (Hope), 3-39 (Ottley), 4-40 (Alexis), 5-103 (Ramdin), 6-118 (Khan), 7-136 (Emrit), 8-141 (Pierre), 9-141 (Rampaul), 10-142 (Gabriel)Bowling: Taylor 5.3-0-27-3, Leveridge 5-1-31-2 (w2), Jacobs 3-0-24-0 (w1), Powell 8-1-36-5, Miller 5-0-22-0 (w1)last_img read more