first_imgSome sad news today for longtime fans of the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, as the band has announced the departure of original bassist, Mark “Muddy” Dutton. His final show with the band will be March 19 at the Rendezvous Festival in Jackson Hole, WY.“It has been a great adventure. I wish my brothers a long and beautiful journey, as I leave with pride and fond memories,” says Dutton in a statement. “I’m looking forward to the rise of The CRB as they continue to bring the old world to the new.”Robinson added: “It’s been a great five years. We wish Muddy all the best in his future.”Dutton will be temporarily replaced in the CRB with Austin, TX-based bassist George Reiff. Reiff previously recorded and toured with Robinson in New Earth Mud from 2004 through 2006, and he will fill in throughout the month of April.Meanwhile, the band recently announced a tour and have extensive plans to both release a new album and tour throughout 2016. Robinson is also heading up the Chris Robinson Soul Revue at the upcoming Fool’s Paradise festival in St. Augustine, FL from April 1-2, bringing along Neal Casal from the CRB and performing with Ivan Neville, George Porter Jr., Eric Krasno, Nikki Glaspie and The Shady Horns. More information about the festival can be found via the official website.Check out the CRB’s full tour schedule below, and head to the band’s website for details.Chris Robinson Brotherhood Tour DatesMarch 19 – Teton Village, WY – Jackson Hole Rendevous FestivalApril 2 – Saint Augustine, FL – Fool’s Paradise *April 15 – Portland, OR – Wonder Ballroom **April 16 – Seattle, WA – The Showbox **April 17 – Eugene, CA – Hi-Fi Music HallApril 19 – Eureka, CA – Eureka TheatreApril 21 – Petaluma, CA – McNear’s Mystic TheatreApril 22 – Petaluma, CA – McNear’s Mystic TheatreApril 23 – Santa Ana, CA – The ObservatoryApril 25 – Las Vegas, NV – Brooklyn BowlApril 8 – Vail, CO – Spring Back To VailMay 13 – Cherokee, TX – Cherokee Creek Music FestivalJune 2 – Hunter, NY – Mountain JamJune 5 – Knoxville, TN – Bijou TheaterJune 6 – Birmingham, AL – Iron CityJune 9 – New Orleans, LA – Tipitina’sJune 10 – Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey LiveJune 11 – Austin TX – Scoot InnJune 14 – Little Rock, AR – Revolution Music HallJune 15 – Jackson, MS – Duling HallJune 16 – Memphis, TN – New Daisy TheatreJune 30-July 4 – Quincy, CA – High Sierra Music FestivalAugust 25-28 – Arrington, VA – LOCKN’*Chris Robinson Soul Revue** w/ moe.[Photo via Greg Homolka]last_img read more

first_imgBy Dialogo February 19, 2009 Tickets for the 2010 World Cup matches will cost between $20 and $900, the International ‎Football Federation (FIFA) announced, revealing information about the process of ‎selling the approximately 3,000,000 tickets. ‎ ‎“We cannot determine the exact number of tickets until the stadiums are finished. So far, ‎we think that around three million tickets will be sold,” David Will, who is in charge of the ‎tickets, stated at a press conference in Johannesburg. ‎ For this first World Cup in the African continent, which will start on June 11th, 2010, four ‎price categories have been defined, he explained. ‎ The best seats will cost $160 for match rounds and up to $900 for the finals. For ‎foreigners, no ticket will cost less than $80. The cheapest tickets (80,000 tickets between ‎‎$20 and $150 each) are reserved for South African residents. ‎ FIFA also stated that 40,000 tickets will be given to the workers who built and ‎refurbished ten stadiums throughout the country. ‎ Fans interested in buying tickets will be able to present an application until March 31st at: http://www.fifa.com. If demand exceeds availability ‎for a particular match or category, FIFA will hold a drawing on April 15th, 2009.‎last_img read more

first_imgThe map is printed on recycled paper, in Croatian and English, and contains six suggested routes, with altitude profiles, weight, length, altitude difference and textual description. You can download Gpx or kml records of walking routes here. Related news: Due to the growing number of inquiries from foreign tourists about Samobor hiking trails, the Tourist Board of Samobor, in cooperation with HPD Japetić, PK Scout and Samobor HGSS, has created a tourist map with six simpler hiking routes.  THE INITIATIVE HAS BEEN INITIATED TO CONNECT SAMOBOR AND SV. BY BICYCLE TRAIL ON THE ROUTE OF THE LEGENDARY SAMOBORČEK. SUNDAYlast_img read more

first_imgANAHEIM — Mike Trout is going to get at least two more days to rest his foot.Trout said on Wednesday that he’s felt better since getting an injection in his right foot on Monday, and his plan is to wait until Friday to see where he stands.Trout was not in the lineup for a fifth straight day on Wednesday, and he missed most of the previous game.“The plan is to play Friday,” Trout said. “I won’t know the plan until I do baseball activities. I was thinking about trying to test it today, but we have an off day tomorrow, so I’ll come in Friday, do some stuff, and go from there.” Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Upton missed most of spring training with tendinitis in his right knee, which he said feels similar to what he has now. After he returned, he sprained his toe in one of the final exhibition games, costing him the first two and half months of the season.“It’s just the culmination of everything, I guess,” Upton said. “It’s not fun. But I’ve just got to deal with it.”ALSORelief pitcher Cam Bedrosian, who is out with a strained forearm, will not pitch again this season, Ausmus said. The Angels had expected Bedrosian back, and he’d been throwing for a few days. Ausmus said there is nothing new wrong with Bedrosian, but “after consulting with doctors,” they decided to take “the cautious approach to make sure that he’s fully recovered rather than rushing him back.” …Related Articles Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros center_img Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Trout has been bothered for about a month by a nerve issue on the bottom of his right foot. He received a cryoablation injection, in which extreme cold fluid deadens the affected tissue.Trout might need to have a procedure after the season to permanently resolve the issue. In the meantime, doctors have assured him that he can play as long as he can withstand the pain, with no risk of further injury.TEST FOR UPTONJustin Upton underwent an MRI on Wednesday because of knee pain, Manager Brad Ausmus said.Ausmus said there was no immediate word on what the tests showed. Upton, who has already been out with injuries several times this year, said he was more “frustrated” than concerned.Upton had played on Monday and Tuesday. He missed Sunday’s game with a calf issue that Ausmus said was unrelated. Catcher Max Stassi, who is out with an oblique issue, is still in a “holding pattern,” Ausmus said. He is not doing baseball activities. …Infielder Zack Cozart, who had shoulder surgery in July, said he’s still not able to do baseball activities, as he had hoped. He is planning to be 100 percent by the start of spring training.UP NEXTAngels (LHP Andrew Heaney, 4-4, 4.30 ERA) vs. Rays (TBD), Friday, 7:07 p.m., Fox Sports West, 830 AMlast_img read more