Phish To Perform David Bowie Tonight For Their Ninth Halloween Musical Costume

first_img[Photo by Jay Kocyla] The news is out! The doors have opened at the MGM Grand Garden Arena for Phish’s fourth and final night at the venue, and the first Halloween Phishbills have been distributed, meaning that this year’s musical costume is now public knowledge. Without further adieu, tonight’s musical costume will be The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars by David Bowie. WOW! When the doors opened, the Internet exploded. Tonight is going to live out the dreams of many!The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars is David Bowie’s most iconic album. It is a concept album about about a hyper-sexual, egotistical alien rock star. The album features several of Bowie’s most iconic songs from his glam era, with “Suffragette City”, “Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide”, “Moonage Daydream”, “Ziggy Stardust”, and “Starman” all appearing on the eleven-song record.The album has been one of the most wished-for albums for the band’s musical costume over the years, so fans at the MGM Grand will be pinching themselves to make sure they aren’t dreaming. Phish will finally deliver The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars tonight during the second set of their three-set Halloween show.With this announcement, Phish have brought back their traditional Halloween cover of a classic rock album. After their Wingsuit Halloween in 2013 and the remarkable Chilling, Thrilling Sounds of the Haunted House in 2014, the band will once again re-create a classic album this Halloween. The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars is an incredible album that should make for an extremely awesome night in Phish history! We can’t wait to hear the their take on the album during tonight’s second set! See below for the full track list from The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars.Five YearsSoul LoveMoonage DaydreamStarmanIt Ain’t EasyLady StardustStarHang On To YourselfZiggy StardustSuffragette CityRock ‘n’ Roll Suicide.Enjoy!last_img read more

Inpex, Shell ready to start Abadi LNG feed work

first_imgJapan’s Inpex Corporation, in cooperation with its partner Shell is set to begin the preparations to commence front-end engineering design (FEED) for the Abadi LNG development in Indonesia. The comment follows the official approval of the revised plan of development for the Abadi LNG project by the Indonesian authorities.In addition to the revised POD, the authorities also approved the application for a seven-year additional time allocation and a 20-year extension to the Production Sharing Contract (PSC) for the Masela Block, extending the term of the PSC until 2055, Inpex said in its statement.“The approval of the revised POD by the authorities is a significant milestone for the Abadi LNG project. While the project’s development concept has been changed from a floating LNG scheme to an onshore LNG scheme, I am confident that the economics of the project based on the revised POD are now sufficiently strong for Inpex and Shell given the PSC term until 2055 and sufficient financial conditions have been secured following a series of constructive discussions with the authorities,” said Takayuki Ueda, president & CEO of Inpex.He added that the company aims to make this project competitive and will continue to work toward the production startup scheduled in the latter half of the 2020s.In terms of preparations, Inpex said these will consist of the mobilization of operational personnel and bidding-related work for the selection of contractors undertaking the FEED work.A final investment decision (FID) is subject to a series of subsequent evaluations including FEED work.The project is expected to produce approximately 9.5 million tons of LNG per year. The Abadi gas field features excellent reservoir productivity and has one of the world’s largest reserves, raising expectations of efficient development and stable LNG production operations over the long-term.last_img read more

Chelsea manager Lampard dismisses Kante critics

first_imgChelsea manager, Frank Lampard, has dismissed the notion that N’Golo Kante is a one-dimensional midfielder. Former Blues boss Maurizio Sarri was criticised for playing Kante in a more midfield advanced role last season. But Lampard has employed similar tactics this term and believes the World Cup winner is more than capable of pushing forward.Advertisement “I think we all know N’Golo’s attributes, and he hasn’t really played as the deep-lying midfielder, he’s generally played as one of two, or in recent times one of the more slightly offensive players ahead of one deep-lying midfield player,” Lampard said, via Goal. “I think he has the attributes to do all roles, that’s one of the beauties of the way he plays and, of course, what he gives by winning the ball back, being so quick in the tackle, so quick into the press, covering lots of ground – and also how good he is on the ball, I think people can underestimate how good N’Golo is on the ball, how quickly he can move with it and pass the ball. read also:Chelsea boss insists Kante not for sale “So I’ve got no problem in playing him in different positions, it’s something we’ve worked on with him a little bit, and it gives me good options to have different types of attributes in that deeper position at times.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Loading…last_img read more

Zaheer meets South Australia Minister

first_imgAdelaide, June 15 : Indian cricket great Zaheer Khan has met South Australia’s State Minister for Investment, Trade and Tourism, David Ridgway here, it was announced on Friday.Zaheer and his wife Sagarika spent time bonding over lunch with Ridgway and his wife Meredith. This comes after he was felicitated by the Adelaide Oval for his contribution to cricket, according to a release.The 39-year-old Zaheer, who played his last of the 92 Tests in 2014, spent a week-long holiday across picturesque South Australian destinations such as Adelaide, Barossa, Kangaroo Island and Fleurieu Peninsula.At the Adelaide Oval, Zaheer along with wife Sagarika spent a day discovering different experiences at the stadium and reliving fond memories from his happy hunting ground where he has played several international games. IANSlast_img read more

As Euro 2020 looms, UEFA ‘in hands of authorities’ over coronavirus

first_imgBy Simon EvansAMSTERDAM, Holland (Reuters) – European soccer body UEFA says decisions over whether to cancel matches, including playoffs for the upcoming Euro 2020, due to the coronavirus, will be made by governments and health authorities and not the game’s ruling organisations.UEFA executives met yesterday but spent only a few minutes discussing the spread of the flu-like disease, which has seen sporting events cancelled around the world.It has played havoc with domestic soccer in Italy where Sunday’s clash between Juventus and Inter Milan was among six weekend games postponed. Last week, Inter played Bulgarian club Ludogorets in the Europa League behind closed doors at their San Siro stadium.“We’re in touch with the authorities, we’re in the hands of the local authorities, and we’ll deal with whatever they tell us,” a UEFA spokesman said.“There wasn’t much discussion about it because there is not much we can do about it … it’s in the hands of those people who are experts in the situation.”National teams from across the continent are scheduled to feature later this month including playoffs for UEFA’s Euro 2020, which is scheduled to be held in 12 cities.The playoffs on March 26 and March 31 feature 16 teams battling for four spaces in the 24-team finals.Outside Europe, two rounds of World Cup qualifiers are also scheduled for the same period in Asia and South America while friendly matches are planned globally.As well as the Euro 2020 playoffs then the tournament finals in June and July, UEFA also has high-profile Champions League and Europa League games this month.“We’re in constant contact with the WHO (World Health Organisation) and the authorities dealing with the matches that are being staged, and then we’ll deal with that when the situation arises,” the spokesman said.last_img read more