Last week, we shared news of a promotion from the streaming company LiveList, who planned to broadcast a free live stream of a unique Frank Zappa tribute if enough people signed up for it. We’re happy to report some good news, as LiveList has informed us that the stream will be up and running for tonight’s show!The Cosmik Playground performance features Joel Cummins and Kris Myers from Umphrey’s McGee, Marcus Rezak of Digital Tape Machine, and Arthur Barrow of Frank Zappa’s band. The Cosmik Playground show kicks off at 9 PM Pacific time tonight, so be sure to tune in and jam out to some classic Zappa music from incredible musicians.For those who can’t get enough of the Zappa tunes, be sure to check out Cosmik Playground when they perform post-Phish at the Putnam Den after the SPAC performance on July 3rd. That show will feature its own all-star lineup, with Rezak on guitar, Ed Mann of Frank Zappa’s band on percussion, Scotty Zwang of Dopapod on drums, Todd Stoops of RAQ on keys, and Dan Lolito on the bass. Check out more about that series of late night shows here.You can tune into tonight’s stream by checking out the embedded player below. For more information about the July 3rd Cosmik Playground show, head here or click the poster below.
RelatedPosts Fati, Torres, Traore lead Spain squad full of fresh faces Nathan Ake seals £40m Man City deal Manchester City sign Valencia winger on five-year deal Josip Ilicic scored four goals as Atalanta beat Valencia 4-3 away to reach the Champions League quarter-finals for the first time, winning 8-4 on aggregate. In an empty Mestalla Stadium due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, the hosts made a nightmare start as Mouctar Diakhaby brought down Ilicic to concede a penalty after four minutes with the Sloveanian converting the spot kick. Albert Celades’ side gave themselves a lifeline when they took advantage of a loose ball with Kevin Gameiro netting the equaliser. But Diakhaby’s night got even worse when he was penalised for handball, giving the visitors another penalty which Ilicic dispatched for his 18th goal of the season. Gian Piero Gasperini brought on striker Duvan Zapata for the injured Marten De Roon on the stroke of half-time, showing his side had no intentions of shutting up shop. Their trademark attacking flair was their undoing at times in the second half with Gameiro grabbing an equaliser with a powerhul header. And the Spanish side had a glimmer of hope when Fernan Torres took an advantage of poor goalkeeping from Marco Sportiello, playing instead of the injured Pierluigi Gollini, to loft the ball over him to make it 3-2. But any prospect of an unlikely Italian job were dashed when Ilicic completed his hat-trick with another slick finish from close range. The Slovenian signalled to be taken off but Gaspirini kept him on the field and he responded with another goal, the best of the lot, with a first time strike into the top corner to seal yet another impressive victory.Tags: Albert CeladesDuvan ZapataFerran TorresJosip IlicicMestalla Stadium
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is keeping his fingers crossed that a fifth summer signing will arrive on Tyneside within the next 24 hours. He could make his competitive debut for the club in the Premier League opener against Manchester City next month, and he will do so hoping to follow in the footsteps of the likes of David Ginola and Laurent Robert. Cabella told nufcTV: “Yes, that’s something I am here for. I am looking to improve all the time and hopefully become one of the best. I just love improving. “I love to play. Big matches or little matches, I am always there. It makes me want to play more, the fact that this match is such a big one at the start, and I am looking forward to just getting involved in the season. “My first match at Newcastle is something I have been really looking forward to.” Cabella freely admits he modelled himself on Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo as a youngster, but insists he has become his own man as he has matured in the game. He said: “I loved to learn how to dribble like him [Ronaldo] and do the tricks, but now I am on the professional stage, I have my own way. “I am looking to improve all the time and Newcastle is a well-known, very good club. I just love to improve and that’s what I’m here to do.” Press Association Holland full-back Daryl Janmaat’s agent has claimed the 24-year-old is due in the north-east on Tuesday after significant progress in talks between the Magpies and his current club Feyenoord. Sources on Tyneside were giving little away on Monday, but there is growing optimism that Janmaat could become the club’s latest new recruit. Should Newcastle manage to complete the deal, that would open the door for Mathieu Debuchy’s move to Arsenal, with the Gunners confident they have got their man but unable to complete the formalities until their Barclays Premier League rivals have a replacement on board. A successful swoop for Janmaat, who has just returned from World Cup finals duty in Brazil, would represent another breakthrough for Pardew, who added France midfielder Remy Cabella to his squad on Sunday night. Press Association Sport understands the Magpies agreed a deal for the former Montpellier man for a little over £7million, which was all paid up front with no add-ons, once again justifying their concentration on the European, rather than domestic, market. As well as Cabella, Siem de Jong, Jack Colback and Ayoze Perez have arrived at St James’ Park this summer and if Janmaat is added to their number, he is unlikely to be the last signing. Pardew is yet to address the glaring lack of bodies in the striking department with Loic Remy and Luuk de Jong having left the club after loan spells and Shola Ameobi departing as a free agent. The club is targeting specialist frontmen despite the manager’s assertion that both Cabella and De Jong can play in advanced roles, and Newcastle have been linked with Remy and fellow old boy Demba Ba among others with their respective futures as yet unresolved. Meanwhile, Cabella, who interrupted his holiday to sign for the Magpies, headed back to the beach already planning to establish himself among Newcastle’s greatest French imports. The 24-year-old, who will not join up with his team-mates until the end of the month and will therefore not travel to New Zealand with them next weekend, has signed a six-year deal to become the latest recruit from his country to ply his trade at St James’ Park.