Southern rock outfit The Marshall Tucker Band has announced an extensive 2019 fall tour dubbed the Through Hell & High Water…and Back Tour.Formed 47 years ago in Spartanburg, South Carolina, the band is notable for hits including “Can’t You See”, “Fire on the Mountain”, “Heard It in a Love Song”, and more. Fellow Southern rockers The Outlaws will offer support on select dates, in addition to .38 Special and Kyle Daniel.“I live for this and our loyal fans have never let us down,” explained founding member and vocalist Doug Gray via a press release.The Marshall Tucker Band will open up their 36-date tour with a performance at Spanaway, WA’s Uncle Sam’s Amphitheatre and will end with a show at Riverhead, NY’s Suffolk Theatre on December 8th. The tour will also see the band make stops at Solana Beach, CA’s Belly Up (9/12); Katy, TX’s Wildcatter Saloon (9/27); Rocky Mount, VA’s Harvester Performance Center (10/11); Pawley’s Island, SC’s Pawley’s Island Festival (10/13); Mobile, AL’s Greater Gulf State Fair (10/27); Albany, NY’s SkyLoft (11/2); Wilkes-Barre, PA’s FM Kirby Center for the Performing Arts (11/8); St. Louis, MO’s River City Casino (11/22); Hartford, CT’s Infinity Hall (12/5), and more.The band also shared that other shows are booked and 2020 tour dates will be announced in the coming months.Head to The Marshall Tucker Band’s website for ticketing and more information.The Marshall Tucker Band 2019 Fall Tour:September 5 — Spanaway, WA @ Uncle Sam’s AmphitheatreSeptember 6 — Lewiston, ID @ Clearwater River CasinoSeptember 7 — Spokane, WA @ The Fox TheatreSeptember 8 — Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory Concert HallSeptember 11 — Tulare, CA @ Tulare County FairSeptember 12 — Solana Beach, CA @ Belly UpSeptember 13 — Pomona, CA @ Los Angeles County Fair (with the Outlaws and 38 Special)September 14 — West Wendover, NV @ Peppermill Concert HallSeptember 27 — Katy, TX @ The Wildcatter SaloonSeptember 28 — Lake Charles, LA @ Golden NuggetOctober 3 — Virginia Beach, VA @ Elevation 27October 4 — Akron, OH @ The TangierOctober 5 — Kuttawa, KY @ Live on the Lawn (with Molly Hatchet)October 10 —Bristol, TN @ The Paramount Center for the Arts (with Kyle Daniel)October 11 — Rocky Mount, VA @ Harvester Performance CenterOctober 12 — Newberry, SC @ Newberry Opera HouseOctober 13 — Pawley’s Island, SC @ Pawley’s Island Festival (with the Outlaws and 38 Special)October 17 — Sugar Hill, GA @ The Eagle at Sugar HillOctober 18 — Ormond Beach, FL @ Iron Horse SaloonOctober 19 — Richmond Hill, GA @ Ogeechee Seafood Festival (with David Lee Murphy)October 24 — St. Charles, IL @ Arcada TheatreOctober 25 — Sioux City, IA @ Hard Rock Hotel & CasinoOctober 27 — Mobile, AL @ Greater Gulf State FairNovember 1 — Stamford, CT @ (with the Outlaws)November 2 — Albany, NY @ SkyLoftNovember 3 — Lynn, MA @ Lynn Auditorium (with the Outlaws)November 4 — Wilmington, DE @ The QueenNovember 7 — Center Red Bank, NJ @ Count Basie Center for the Arts (with the Outlaws)November 8 — Wilkes-Barre, PA @ FM Kirby Center for the Performing Arts (with the Outlaws)November 9 — Charles Town, WV @ Hollywood CasinoNovember 22 — St. Louis, MO @ River City CasinoNovember 23 — Lincoln, NE @ The Royal GroveDecember 5 — Hartford, CT @ Infinity HallDecember 6 — Plymouth, NH @ Flying Monkey Performance CenterDecember 7 — Newton, NJ @ The Newton TheatreDecember 8 — Riverhead, NY @ The Suffolk TheatreView Tour Dates
Oct 14, 2020 Top Stories The Florida Supreme Court Historical Society just published the Fall/Winter edition of its magazine, Historical Review, featuring a retrospective on “Bush v. Gore – 20 years ago.”“Full of historical photos taken at the height of the chaos surrounding the litigation in Florida regarding the 2000 Presidential election, this issue features articles from all perspectives on the Bush v. Gore controversy, including Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Lucy Morgan, Florida State University College of Law Professor Michael T. Morley, and five of the seven justices who were on the Supreme Court of Florida during Bush v. Gore,” said Editor Melanie Kalmanson. “Twenty years later, Bush v. Gore is now more relevant than ever as we face a potential repeat of history with the 2020 Presidential election.”The FSCHS’s Historical Review may be accessed here. Florida Supreme Court Historical Society’s magazine looks back on Bush v. Gore
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Bruce Provan is the new chairman of the Norfolk and Suffolk Energy Alliance (NSEA), a group created to provide a unified approach to bringing more investment into the region’s energy industry.And he believes they have invaluable work to do over the next few years, particularly as the offshore wind sector gathers momentum.”We don’t want potential investors to the region facing a variety of councils with different ideas and approaches. NSEA is an example of how Norfolk and Suffolk, Lowestoft and Yarmouth, and North Norfolk, can all work closely together,” he said.”There are massive wind farms on the way and in a couple of years there will be major contracts to be won. That’s when the action starts – and we will see the benefits of the brand we have built as the East of England Energy Zone (EEEZ).” ”As a group, we need to impress on the industry and the Government the critical importance of the EEEZ to meet the nation’s energy needs with its unique combination of assets.”Mr Provan, who represents Waveney District Council on NSEA – and has been a member since its formation – said it was already exciting to watch the workboats and helicopters moving in and out of Lowestoft to support the Greater Gabbard wind farm.He worked for 30 years in the oil & gas sector with Shell in Holland, Aberdeen and London before arriving at Lowestoft. So he is also well aware of the significant opportunities for the region’s economy from the continuing North Sea gas sector as well as the pending Sizewell C nuclear power station. ”It shows the wealth of resources in the EEEZ which is being well aired by our inward investment director James Gray and it’s great that public bodies can pursue it together. ”For example, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft ports have excellent complementary facilities capable of supporting the construction and operation and maintenance (O&M) phases of wind farms off our coast, as they have done already at Sheringham Shoal, Lincs and Greater Gabbard. Indeed, Lowestoft is the operating base for Greater Gabbard as Wells is for Sheringham Shoal.”NSEA incorporates the county councils and chambers of commerce from both counties, Waveney District Council, Great Yarmouth Borough Council, North Norfolk District Council, New Anglia LEP, and EEEGR, the East of England Energy Group.Press release, August 30, 2013; Image: theenergyzone
Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also:Chelsea set to complete signings of Pato and MiazgaAina pens four-year deal with ChelseaHiddink tight-lipped over Remy’s future Ola Aina scored from the halfway line and Tammy Abraham continued his prolific season as Chelsea’s Under-21s beat Tottenham 5-2 at Stevenage’s Broadhall Way.The Blues were 2-0 up inside 10 minutes, with Reece Mitchell’s shot going in via the underside of the crossbar and Kasey Palmer doubling the lead as he fired into the corner.AdChoices广告On 35 minutes, right-back Aina, captaining the Chelsea team, produced the goal of the night as his lofted effort from 50 yards dropped in.Tottenham pulled two goals back in the second half, through Anton Walkes’ deflected shot and William Miller’s header.But Chelsea made the game definitively safe late on when Abraham (pictured) converted from Fankaty Dabo’s cross and the striker made it 21 goals for the season in added-on time.
Embed from Getty Images Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also:Holloway: Cousins has torn hamstring and Hall an ‘ongoing problem’Holloway insists QPR can improveCaulker ‘in a fantastic place’ – HollowayHolloway: I’ve decided on a system for QPRAinsworth snaps up QPR youngsterBorysiuk didn’t get a chance last season – HollowayQPR assessing Cousins’ latest injury QPR’s management team are due to meet on Monday afternoon to discuss transfer targets.Rangers have been monitoring a number of players in recent weeks and plan to add at least a couple to their squad during the final weeks of the transfer window.They remain keen on Andy Yiadom despite reports of Premier League interest in the Barnsley full-back, while a loan deal for Watford defender Tommie Hoban has been lined up.Manager Ian Holloway is also hoping to bring in at least one forward before the transfer deadline.“We’ve got a big meeting today about where we are and who might be available,” Holloway said.Rangers, who brought in Gary Penrice to lead their scouting team this summer, have been criticised by some fans for being relatively inactive in the transfer market.“No-one’s to blame for that. I don’t know why fans look at that. It’s not about who you sign it’s about who we’ve already got,” said Holloway.“We’ll get ahead of the game eventually – Gary has only just come in.”
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Volunteers in communities across America will unite on Oct. 28 during Make a Difference Day, America’s largest day of service. Local community service agencies have until Aug. 1 to submit proposals to participate. Volunteer projects must be “hands-on” with visible positive results in one day and will be chosen for their effectiveness. Community organization leaders can apply by contacting Lupe Franco-Butler at (661) 250-3720 or via e-mail at [email protected]