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

Rangers draw with Al-Masry in Enugu, crash out of 2020 Confederation Cup

first_imgRelatedPosts Rangers postpone resumption Rangers Ifeanyi George gets burial date Enugu sympathises with Rangers over player’s death Rangers International FC of Enugu on Sunday held visiting Al-Masry FC of Egypt to a 1-1 draw in the Confederation Cup Match Day Six. Al-Masry opened scores through Mahmoud Wadi in the 5th minute of the match played at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium, Enugu, while Ifeanyi George levelled scores for Rangers in the 19th minute from Isaac Loute’s free kick. The two teams battled for a winning goal until regulation time to no avail, bringing Rangers campaign in the tournament to a disappointing end. Speaking after the match, Rangers Coach, Salisu Yusuf, praised his players for giving their all in the match and throughout the group matches. He said the team started the offensive in the game late, adding that he would have been happy if they pulled through to the next round. Yusuf said: “We played well, in spite of the nature of the match and it is a good thing that we did not lose the match. “It was a tough match and Al-Masry have been a good team in this group but we would have won the match. “The players missed chances, which they should have converted, but so be it. “That is football for you.” Al-Masry’s Coach, Ihab Halal, praised his team for getting a draw against Rangers in their home. Halal said: “Rangers is a good team and I give them kudos for their performance. “Although we are already through to the next round even before kicking the ball today, but for pride sake, we have fought for the point.” With Sunday’s result, Rangers have exited from the competition with six points after six matches. They finished behind the visitors with 10 points after the same number of matches. Pyramid FC led the group with 15 points as Nouadhibou FC occupied the bottom with three points after eight matches.Tags: Al-Masry FCConfederation CupRangers International FClast_img read more