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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

 

Infantino: FIFA will never again allow corruption in football

first_img “We will be able to convince the sceptics eventually. (The meetings with Lauber) were meant to define that the new FIFA was miles away from the old FIFA.” read also:Infantino concerned by delays to FIFA World Cup qualifying Infantino also met on Wednesday in Washington with the US Minister of Justice, William Barr, while the United States is still investigating several South American football leaders and marketing officials for “racketeering” or corruption. Infantino, a lawyer by training, claimed his reforms introduced since his first election in 2016, were the reason why FIFA has been able to release $1.5 billion (1.3 billion euros) in grants and loans to help federations to face the consequences of the pandemic. “We have the money (to help) because in the new FIFA, the money doesn’t disappear,” he said. “We will know exactly where (the money) goes, and why it goes there. It will be fully transparent.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content7 Reasons Why You Might Want To Become A Vegetarian6 Amazing Shows From The 90s That Need A Reboot Right Now10 Characters Who Deserve To Be Official Disney Princesses6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?Why Go Veg? 7 Reasons To Do ThisTop 6 Iconic Supercar MoviesAlbino Animals: A Rare Kind Of Ultimate BeautyWhy Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?Fantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks FIFA president, Gianni Infantino, has defended his fight “against corruption” in football in spite of being under criminal investigation in Switzerland since the end of July. Infantino said at the opening of the 70th FIFA Congress held by videoconference with delegates from 211 member federations that he believed he had restored the integrity of the body after a wave of scandals. “We will never again have corruption in football… We have excluded it and we will not let it come back,” promised a bullish Infantino who also referenced his predecessor Sepp Blatter, ousted in 2015. “FIFA became victim to corrupt officials — that’s not what I say, that’s what courts say all over the world, and FIFA is still suffering from that. “In 2015 FIFA was toxic, was pronounced dead. An organisation that had served itself from football, had used football, instead of serving football.” Infantino, in charge of world football’s governing body since 2016, is the subject of an investigation over suspected collusion between him and Swiss attorney general Michael Lauber, who resigned in July over his handling of a corruption investigation targeting FIFA. “So why was I meeting the Swiss attorney general? Because it was my duty as FIFA president because I wanted to liberate FIFA from those old, toxic values.”Advertisementcenter_img Loading… last_img read more