Con Brio, the electrifying rock outfit based out of San Francisco’s vibrant music scene, will stop in Denver for a headlining performance at Cervantes’ Other Side on Saturday, March 23rd. The weekend performance will fall just two shows into the band’s upcoming spring tour, which begins the night prior with a gig in Fort Collins, CO. The band will be joined at the March 23rd show in support by Emma Mayes & The Hip and Em Possible.Related: The Big Melt Adds Robert Randolph, Eddie Roberts, Casey Benjamin, & More To Inaugural LineupThe upcoming performance and tour follow the summer 2018 release of the band’s sophomore studio album, Explorer, which arrives on July 6th via Fat Beats Records. The 11-track album features a mix of recordings which vary in sound and styles ranging from electro-soul to experimental psych-pop. Fans can watch the video below to see and hear the band perform “I Wanna”, one of the singles featured on Explorer.Con Brio – “I Wanna” (Live)[Video: Con Brio]The seven-piece band is comprised of Ziek McCarter (vocals), Brendan Liu (trumpet), Marcus Stephens (tenor sax), Benjamin Andrews (guitar), Patrick Glynn (keyboard), Jonathan Kirchner (bass), and Andrew Laubacher (drums). Their sizable lineup may make for a tough squeeze while performing at venues with smaller stages, but certainly adds to the depth of their sound and liveliness of their already-highly energetic shows. While the group is considered by some as “the best new live band in America,” fans won’t know for sure until they get their ticket to see Con Brio in action while on tour across America this spring!Tickets to the band’s March 23rd performance at Cervantes’ Other Side are now on sale here.
Advertisement Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 9 Nov 2019 1:54 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.7kShares Unai Emery believes mitigating factors have hampered Arsenal this season (Getty Images)Unai Emery believes multiple issues away from the pitch have been responsible for Arsenal’s poor performances this season.The Spaniard is under huge pressure having guided the Gunners to just one win in their last five Premier League games.Arsenal are already six points behind fourth-placed Chelsea and fans are calling on the club to sack Emery just 18 months after he replaced Arsene Wenger as manager.Emery, however, feels incidents at the club including the attempted robbery involving Mesut Ozil and Sead Kolasinac, Laurent Koscielny’s decision to go on strike in order to force through a transfer before the season had begun, and Granit Xhaka’s clash with supporters have had an impact on the team.ADVERTISEMENT Laurent Koscielny went on strike to leave Arsenal this summer (Getty Images)‘I’m not really disappointed with our work,’ said Emery.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘I am being realistic because some circumstances did not help us to achieve our best performance.‘The circumstances with Ozil, Kolasinac, Koscielny and, remember also, that if he [Koscielny] was here as captain, that would give us no problem.‘Then Xhaka’s circumstances.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityEmery also conceded that his Arsenal players had failed to follow his game plan.‘We are not playing really with a good performance to impose our idea, impose our capacity on each match,’ said the Arsenal manager.‘I said to them we rarely lost at home but we didn’t impose as I want and will want in the next matches in our process.‘It’s a process we need to do with the players.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Comment Unai Emery explains reasons why Arsenal have struggled this season
Published on January 31, 2014 at 4:44 am Contact Josh: [email protected] Facebook Twitter Google+ For Spain, everything was clicking. Ricky Rubio and Juan Carlos Navarro sliced into the paint with ease. Marc Gasol was unstoppable in the low post. A once-unsettling 13-point deficit was all but erased. With ball possession and trailing by only one with 17 seconds left, the Spaniards called timeout. It was a game in August of 2010 billed the “Global Community Cup” — a matchup in Madrid of the world’s premier basketball teams: the United States and Spain. Halfway through the timeout, U.S. assistant coach Jim Boeheim suggested to head coach Mike Krzyzewski a defensive adjustment for the game’s final possession. Krzyzewski listened. Team USA switched to a 2-3 zone, Kevin Durant blocked two shots and the Americans escaped with a one-point victory. AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“We haven’t tried it since,” Boeheim joked. “I guess we’re saving it. We’re saving it for a big moment someplace down the road.”Krzyzewski, the master general. Boeheim, the artful tactician. The elite of the elite — 1,914 combined victories on the Division I college level. Hall of Famers. Cornerstones of two of the most storied programs in college sports. Two of the most respected individuals in all of basketball.But as Krzyzewski talked about in his Hall of Fame induction speech, “two is better than one, if two can act as one.” And together, as coaches for the U.S. men’s national team, Krzyzewski and Boeheim have acted as one. Together, they have won two Olympics gold medals — Beijing in 2008 and London in 2012. Boeheim and Krzyzewski met at a Duke celebrity golf tournament and have been friends ever since. But in the nine years they’ve been together with USA Basketball, they’ve become family. Even their wives, children and grandchildren have become close. “Coaching, it’s such a competitive field,” Boeheim said. “You’re not going to have a lot of friends in coaching because you’re trying to beat each other’s brains out, for the most part. But it’s good to have a really good friend in coaching. It’s been great.”In October of 2005 — when the USA Basketball program underwent an overhaul — USA Basketball Board of Directors Chairman Jerry Colangelo wanted Krzyzewski to lead the new regime. And Krzyzewski wanted Boeheim alongside him. Colangelo made no protest. During a USA Basketball teleconference last week, Krzyzewski called Boeheim the guy he most respects in all of basketball, and also said he’s “brilliant.” “We’re a good team,” Krzyzewski said. “That’s the way I look at it.”In eight years, the two have represented the United States on benches in Argentina, Japan, China, Turkey, London and Spain. They’ve walked together on the Great Wall of China. They’ve visited the Arlington (Va.) National Cemetery.They even heard Martin E. Dempsey, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, sing at a coach’s dinner in Washington, D.C. “You hang around with good people like coach Krzyzewski and Boeheim and Jerry Colangelo,” said Mike D’Antoni, an assistant with the U.S. from 2006-12, “then you’re just a much richer person on and off the court because of them.”Carmelo Anthony played for Boeheim at Syracuse. Krzyzewski recruited Kobe Bryant and LeBron James to play at Duke. But as the only two members of the staff with no NBA experience, their mastery of the game quickly won over players and staff. “It doesn’t matter if they’re employed at Syracuse University or the Boston Celtics,” said Casey Smith, an athletic trainer who has worked with the national team since 2005. “It doesn’t diminish the way players think of them.”Smith said that Boeheim and Krzyzewski are so comfortable around each other, and like to give the staff a hard time.The trainer recalls Krzyzewski breaking down film immediately after games, even after 9:30 or 10 p.m. tipoffs — which, according to Smith, Boeheim wasn’t too fond of. “He did his best to struggle through some of those late-night film sessions,” Smith joked. “It was always kind of a source of amusement seeing if those two could make it through.”With Team USA, Krzyzewski was always open to the opinion of his staff, a statement echoed by Boeheim, D’Antoni and Nate McMillan, another U.S. assistant.But there was a time during a game against Greece when Boeheim suggested to Krzyzewski that the team not run a zone defense. “Boeheim didn’t feel comfortable with the zone because we hadn’t worked on it,” McMillan said. “He really didn’t feel that we should play the zone. We really didn’t have to because our guys were really good in man-to-man defense. We hardly ever played zone.”While Boeheim and Krzyzewski’s teams have only crossed paths twice, their resumes are similar. Their names are synonymous with winning, and winning at one school. Both have an affinity for hiring former players as assistants. They even both poked fun at good friend P.J. Carlesimo during their Hall of Fame induction speeches.Now, together, they represent the best of the Atlantic Coast Conference. Said Colangelo: “It’s been a great marriage, so it’s going to be exciting to see them compete against one another in the ACC.” Comments
Related Articles YGAM focuses on BAME community engagement with CVR link-up August 21, 2020 Share Submit StumbleUpon Share GambleAware: Engage those with lived experience of gambling harms August 28, 2020 Marc Etches to step down as CEO of GambleAware in 2021 August 14, 2020 Issuing an industry update, the governance of GambleAware has confirmed the appointment of M&C Saatchi as its lead creative advertising agency tasked with delivering the charity’s upcoming ‘safer gambling campaign’.In its update, GambleAware details that M&C Saatchi had won its campaign pitch, called for in February as the industry charity looks to undertake a ‘new creative direction’.“The decision to select M&C Saatchi was based on their previous experience in public health, the quality of their pitch and its fidelity to the brief, the depth of their analysis and the expertise of their team. It followed a competitive procurement process, independently facilitated by the Incorporated Society of British Advertisers (ISBA)” details GambleAware in its selection of M&C Saatchi.Supporting its upcoming UK marketing initiatives, GambleAware has developed a new advisory board to oversee the progress and further assess the impact of its ‘safer gambling campaign’.GambleAware’s marketing advisory will include members from Public Health England, the Welsh Government’s public health community, and leading academic experts.As creative lead for the ‘safer gambling campaign’, M&C Saatchi will be supported by Atlas Partners, GambleAware’s existing communications agency, who will design and deliver a complementary public relations campaign.Giles Hedger – M&C SaatchiGiles Hedger, CEO of M&C Saatchi said: “We are delighted to be playing our part in the creation of a more mindful gambling culture in the UK. This is a new and important chapter in the ongoing balancing of market freedoms and public health”.Updating stakeholders, GambleAware maintains that London agency 18 Feet and Rising will be retained as the lead agency for its legacy BeGAmbleAware UK advertising campaign.Professor Sian Griffiths, Deputy Chair of Public Health England (interim), Trustee and Chair of the Safer Gambling Campaign Board said:“GambleAware is committed to reducing harms associated with gambling and to take a public health approach. Advertising is an important part of raising awareness and we hope the campaign will play its role, in collaboration with other sectors of society