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The Main Squeeze Performs “Return Of The Mack” With Vulfpeck’s Antwaun Stanley At Fool’s Paradise

first_imgThe Main Squeeze | Fool’s Paradise | St. Augustine, FL | 4/1/17 SetlistMessage to the LonelySweatTwo StepsDr. FunkWWC (keys)In a funkOnly TimeReturn of the Mack (with antwaun Stanley)I’ll take Another[cover photo courtesy of Jeremy Scott Photography] The second annual Fool’s Paradise festival took place this past weekend in St. Augustine, and featured an incredible lineup of musical talent, including Lettuce, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, The Motet, and more. There were also plenty of special guest sit-ins and collaborations over the course of the two-day event. One particularly memorable sit-in was Vulfpeck’s Antwaun Stanley joining The Main Squeeze for the 1996 R&B hit “Return of the Mack” by Mark Morrison, with both Stanley and Corey Frye showing off their impressive vocal skills.The set consisted of tracks from their 2015’s Mind Your Head, including “Message to the Lonely” and “In A Funk,” as well as some older numbers, such as “Dr. Funk” from their First Drops EP and self-titled albums. Check out video from the performance with Antwaun Stanley, along with a few other stand-out jams, below:last_img read more


Jeffrey Webb accomplice pleads guilty

first_imgA Florida businessman pleaded guilty in New York to conspiracy charges Thursday in a scheme to pay bribes to high-ranking soccer officials in exchange for media and marketing rights to international soccer tournaments and matches.Aaron Davidson, 45, entered the plea in Brooklyn federal court. Sentencing before U.S. District Judge Pamela K. Chen was set for April 24, when Davidson could face decades in prison. As part of his plea, he agreed to forfeit more than a half-million dollars.Davidson was arrested last year in the FIFA probe after prosecutors said soccer officials accepted $150 million in bribes over a 24-year period in exchange for rigging bids for lucrative marketing rights.Davidson ran a Miami-based marketing firm. He was arrested along with more than a dozen other people in a case prosecuted in the United States on the grounds that illegal payments used U.S. banks and those involved conducted meetings in the United States.Prosecutors said Davidson negotiated and agreed to make bribe payments totaling more than US$14 million, executing multiple criminal schemes, including the agreement to pay bribes to Jeffrey Webb, former FIFA Vice-President and CONCACAF President.The government said the bribes were paid to secure lucrative media and marketing rights to international soccer tournaments and matches for his company, Traffic USA, and its business partners.Prosecutors said those sports events included FIFA World Cup qualifiers, the CONCACAF Gold Cup and the CONCACAF Champions League, among others.The government said its investigation continues.“I knew that Mr. Webb was using his position of authority and trust to enrich himself personally, and I understood that he was doing so without the knowledge of the organisations he represented or was affiliated with,” said Davidson.Davidson also said he helped pay a US$10-million bribe to Webb so a company his organisation had an interest in could get rights to the Copa America Centenario.Webb was arrested in May of 2015 and pleaded guilty in November of the same year.(Sportsmax.com)last_img read more


Eight qualify for quarter-finals of Corona Futsal

first_imgEIGHT teams have qualified for the quarter-final stage of the Corona Futsal tournament after action on Saturday evening at the National Gymnasium.The eight teams are Back Circle, Bent Street, Sparta Boss, Future Stars, Tiger Bay, California Square North-East La Penitence and West Front Road.In the first of last Saturday’s games, California Square thrashed Beacon 7-0 with David George scoring in the 2nd, 3rd, 5th and 18th minutes, while there were single strikes from Mishack Baritta (14th), Travis Hercules (17th) and Jamal Adams (16th)In the second game, Mocha trampled Future Stars 9-2, thanks to Jamal Cozier (3rd, 5th, 8th & 13th) and William Europe (12th, 14th & 19th min). Keran Salomon (13th) Sgamar Fraser (3rd) were the other two scorers.Mocha had Amos Ramsay (7th) and Delroy Lowenfield (6th) on target.Tucville went down 1-5 to West Front Road after Carl Griffith’s 10th minute strike was overturned by Hubert Perdo’s (3rd and 9th) and Colin Nelson’s (7th & 20th) doubles. Randolph Wagner also scored in the 20th minute.North-East played to a goalless draw against Tiger Bay, while Bent Street had to fight in their 3-2 win over Leopold Street. Leopold Street had a double from Okenny Fraser (19th & 20th), while Sheldon Holder’s brace in the 1st & 16th minutes along with Pernel Shultz 15th minute strike sent them through.Trayon Bobb’s 13th minute strike did not stand long for Back Circle, as Jermaine Junior’s 14th minute strike brought Sparta Boss to a 1-1 result.The quarter finals are set for May 27, 2019last_img read more



first_imgPEOPLE in Kerrykeel have been left in shock this evening after a massive downpour during a thunder storm.Gardens in the village have been flooded and roads covered in two-feet of water after the deluge. Pix Martin Coyle/DonegalDaily KERRYKEEL FLOODED IN TORRENTIAL DOWNPOUR was last modified: June 10th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalfloodedKERRYKEELthunder stormlast_img read more