In anticipation of the upcoming Sco-Mule release and subsequent Gov’t Mule with John Scofield tour (details here), the collaboration are releasing a free download of the track “Devil Likes It Slow” via the Gov’t Mule official website. Sco-Mule will hit the shelves on January 27th, with a major tour kicking off just weeks later. The full tour schedule can be seen below:2/18/15 Seattle, WA @ The Moore Theatre (with John Scofield)2/19/15 Eugene, OR @ McDonald Theatre (with John Scofield) 2/20/15 Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater (with John Scofield) 2/24/15 Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre (with John Scofield)2/26/15 Minneapolis, MN @ State Theatre (with John Scofield)2/27/15 Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre (with John Scofield)2/28/15 Indianapolis, IN @ Egyptian Room at Old National Center (with John Scofield)3/1/15 Columbus, OH @ LC Pavilion (with John Scofield)3/3/15 Durham, NC @ Durham Performing Arts Center (with John Scofield)3/5/15 Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium (with John Scofield)3/6/15 Charlottesville, VA @ Paramount Theater (with John Scofield)3/11/15 Portland, ME @ State Theatre (with John Scofield)Update: Stream the whole album
Gaz Métro has signed a deal with Anticosti Hydrocarbons to develop associated natural gas from Anticosti Island.The agreement with Gaz Métro will provide Anticosti Hydrocarbons with access to the expertise of Québec’s leading gas distribution utility and distribution franchise-holder on Anticosti Island to identify economic, operational, and technical solutions to transporting associated natural gas to consumer markets should any be produced in the event hydrocarbon resource production gets underway on Anticosti Island.There are a variety of technical issues to address, including storage, transportation, and distribution of the gas, said Gaz Metro in a statement.Subject to compliance with the terms and conditions set forth in the agreement, Gaz Métro will have acquisition rights to any natural gas produced from wells on Anticosti Island and be able to transport or distribute it to the markets, at a price that will allow its marketing while taking into account prevailing prices.In return for Gaz Métro’s expertise, Anticosti Hydrocarbons has agreed to an exclusive partnership with Gaz Métro for the next five years.“This agreement in principle creates an important partnership for the Anticosti project. Developing associated natural gas will create positive spinoffs for Quebec and, with the new maritime strategy announced by the government, could provide a solid leg up to Québec businesses, particularly those involved in the Plan Nord,” stated Alexandre Gagnon, chair of the Anticosti Hydrocarbons operations committee.[mappress mapid=”15665″]Press Release; Image: Gaz Metro
Bristol make five changes for last game of the campaignHurrell makes first league start since DecemberFive internationals in starting line-upAcademy back rower Jack Capon could make debut league outingThe centre – who has been on loan at Bath – returns to the midfield, while Lam makes a total of five changes for the College Stadium encounter.Academy graduate trio Ryan Edwards, Callum Sheedy and Andy Uren also come into the backline as Bristol target a 100% away record for the campaign.In the only change to the pack, loanee prop James Lay is included in the front row, while Sam Graham retains his place in the back row following an impressive league debut.Lam said: “It’s been a good week’s training and there’s been a sharp focus. The main thing for us is the preparation and getting our mindset right.“We understand that Hartpury have extended seating at their ground, we’ve got a lot of supporters heading up, so we take a lot of pride in ensuring that we give them a performance to be proud of.”With a multitude of injuries in the back five, Jack Capon could make his first Championship outing from the bench.Bristol Rugby team to face Hartpury at College Stadium on Saturday, 28 April (3pm KO):15. Jordan Williams; 14. Ryan Edwards, 13. Will Hurrell, 12. Tusi Pisi, 11. David Lemi; 10. Callum Sheedy, 9. Andy Uren; 1. Soane Tonga’uiha, 2. Nick Fenton-Wells, 3. James Lay, 4. Joe Joyce, 5. Ed Holmes, 6. Sam Jeffries, 7. Sam Graham, 8. Jordan Crane (c).Replacements: 16. Will Capon, 17. Ryan Bevington, 18. Ollie Dawe, 19. Jack Capon, 20. Rhodri Williams, 21. Billy Searle, 22. Jack Tovey.UNAVAILABLE: Jack Cosgrove (foot), Jason Harris-Wright (knee), John Hawkins (knee), Chris Vui (ankle), Joe Latta (shoulder), Ehize Ehizode (shoulder), Steven Luatua (knee), Joe Batley (illness), James Dun (knee), Nick Haining (hip), Jack Lam (neck), Dan Thomas (knee), Siale Piutau (dead leg), Aaron Chapman (achilles), Mat Protheroe (knee).
In a round of 16 match that saw Italy star striker Francesco Totti controversially sent off, South Korea knocked Italy out of the World Cup. The 2-1 victory was secured three minutes from the end of extra time when Ahn Jung Hwan headed a golden goal past Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon. The victory prompted mass explosions of joy across the country, which was jointly hosting the tournament with Japan — the first time the World Cup was staged in Asia. The defeat meant Italy had been knocked out of World Cups by both Koreas. In 1966 in England, the Azzurri suffered their most shocking defeat when they lost 1-0 to North Korea. After that ignominious exit, angry fans pelted rotten tomatoes at the team on its return home at Genoa airport.
By Randy PospishilNORFOLK, Neb. (April 23) – A second night of racing at Off Road Speedway produced four first-time IMCA feature winners.The list of winners from Saturday night’s four sanctioned divisions, along with the first session of IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, consisted of different names, suggesting that the level of competition at the track is wide open and the standings will see continued movement each week of the season.Tiffany Bittner came out on top in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock feature, winning what became a highly competitive four-car battle with Tracy Buck, TeJay Mielke and Nate DeSive.Eventually, just as Bittner and Mielke were pulling away from the field, a caution and restart with three laps left brought the pack of four together again to finish the race. Bittner’s win, perhaps a one-day-early birthday present to herself, helped rid her of “a monkey on my back the last couple of nights,” adding that the win “felt a lot better.”In the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod division, James Roebuck followed up a victory at Boone County Raceway on Friday night with an Off Road Speedway win, taking the lead from Colby Langenberg just two laps into the race and staying in front for the remaining 18 laps in spite of three restarts which kept the field close together.The IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars opened their season and Shawn Primrose took advantage of a restart to begin the race, got the lead, and pulled away from the field.Unfortunately for Primrose, a flat right-rear tire with two laps remaining provided an opening for Chad Bruns, who promptly grabbed the lead for the win, later admitting that, “Sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good.” Primrose held on for second.Shannon Pospisil also earned his first Off Road win of the year, chasing Mark Benedict for nine laps before powering past Benedict on the backstretch nine laps into the 12-lap Mach-1 Sport Compact feature for the win.