Members Of Tedeschi Trucks Band To Perform As “Whose Hat Is This?” In NYC

first_img[“Thanks to guest vocalist Jeff Taylor for the inspired artwork”] On a night off during Tedeschi Trucks Band’s 2015 Europe tour, fellow bandmates Tim Lefebvre (bass), Kebbi Williams (sax), JJ Johnson (drums), and Tyler “Falcon” Greenwell (drums) convened at the intimate A-Trane in Berlin for a special one-off evening of improvised music. The audio from this special evening made it onto a special recording, dubbed Whose Hat Is This? The record documents this historic night with selected tracks from the group’s electrifying set of free jazz and fearless exploration, and you can listen to it here.With Tedeschi Trucks Band’s residency at the Beacon Theatre starting this week in New York City, the players have scheduled a pair of Whose Hat Is This? shows at the 55 Bar. Tonight and tomorrow, Whose Hat Is This? will perform two sets of improv at the small venue at 10PM with vocalist Jeff Taylor. On Thursday, vocalist Jason Lindner will join the scene. Seating will be extremely limited at the shows, so come early and be prepared for some deep space musical exploration. More information can be found here.Listen to a selection from Whose Hat Is This? below:last_img read more

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Sissoko says Spurs need patience with record-signing Ndombele

first_imgRelatedPosts Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ EPL: Son fires four past Southampton Tottenham sign £25m Sergio Reguilon Tottenham Hotspur should be patient with Tanguy Ndombele and give him time to fulfil his potential after switching to the Premier League last year, teammate Moussa Sissoko has said.The 23-year-old Ndombele was signed in the close season for a club record 54 million pounds ($67 million). But he has failed to impress, with manager Jose Mourinho even singling him out for criticism before the COVID-19 shutdown.The Frenchman has played only 19 minutes since the season’s restart last month.Sissoko said he was also in a similar position when he arrived at the London club as a then-record signing in 2016.Sissoko, 30, was quoted as saying: “Maybe because I am like his big brother, I am a good example because nothing was easy for me at the beginning.“Tanguy’s first season has not been easy for a lot of reasons, but I speak with him nearly every day. I play with him in the national team. So, I know him very well. “I told him just to stay calm, keep working every day and his time will come. I just worked very hard at training (when times were tough at Spurs) and things changed.”Ndombele was a regular under former manager Mauricio Pochettino while injury setbacks have also hampered him during his debut season in England.Yet Sissoko is confident his fellow France international will succeed at Spurs.Sissoko added: “We all believe in Tanguy’s quality. He has come to another country, another culture, another style of football, another league, (and) he doesn’t speak the language.“So, there are a lot of things. I’m sure he will be a success at the club.” Reuters/NAN.Tags: Jose MourinhoPremier LeagueTanguy NdombeleTottenham Hotspurlast_img read more

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