The full tour schedule can be seen below, and more information is available on the band’s website.The Groove Orient Fall Tour Dates9/3 Dunedin Brewery Dunedin, FL9/9 Tanquerays Orlando, FL9/10 Ruby’s Elixer St. Petersburg, FL9/17 One Stop Asheville, NC (WSP After Party)9/18 Arts in The Heart Festival Augusta, GA9/23 Planet Sarbez St. Augustine, FL (WSP After Party)9/24 + 9/25 Pass The Good Music Festival Vertex Springs in Ponce De Leon, FL9/27 + 9/28 Preservation Pub Knoxville, TN9/29 Martin’s Downtown Roanoke, VA9/30 Blue Side Frederick, MD10/1 Meeting of the MINDS Music & Camping Festival Schuylkill Haven, PA10/6 The Social Orlando, FL (TGO ft. Kaleigh Baker supporting The Main Squeeze)10/7 Crowbar Ybor City, FL (TGO ft. Kaleigh Baker supporting The Main Squeeze)10/8 1904 Music Hall Jacksonville, FL (TGO ft. Kaleigh Baker supporting The Main Squeeze)10/27 10/30 Suwannee Hulaween Live Oak, FL (Kaleigh Baker w/ The Groove Orient)[Photo by Arielle D’Ornellas, poster art by Jimmy Rector] Closing out their first ever national tour with a sold out show in their hometown, versatile Orlando rock ‘n’ roll outfit The Groove Orient shows no signs of slowing down! The band has just released their first wave of Fall Tour dates, including Widespread Panic after parties, festival appearances at Pass The Good, Meeting of the MINDS, and Suwannee Hulaween, where they will be performing with standout vocalist Kaleigh Baker! And to top it off, TGO & Baker will be joining Post Funk powerhouse, The Main Squeeze, in early October for a string of shows throughout the Sunshine State of Florida.To get you ready for the groove, the band has shared two exclusive videos with us. Watch them perform “Sammy A” and “Stingray Shuffle” from their summer tour, below.
The uncertainty that comes with playing a BIG 4 outsider is where Federer needs to focus on, Cilic will come at him with every available ammunition, what remains to be seen is how Federer will respond. This season, Federer has defeated every top 10 player he’s faced, 8 of them, and has won in all previous four finals he’s played in.A Federer win is always easy to predict. He’s 35 going on 36 years, with a backhand as smooth as whipped cream and could win a 19th career grand slam, makes it all the more tempting but has anyone thought about a hungry Cilic who may be on a revenge mission? If you’re about to place your bets on Roger Federer to win an 8th Wimbledon title, perhaps you’re right. Federer plays Marin Cilic in the men’s final on Sunday, in all of their 7 encounters in which Federer holds a superior head to head of 6-1, Cilic has always come close to taking the win.Here in Wimbledon, Cilic has been nothing but efficient, taking out Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray’s conquers – Sam Querry and Giles Muller in a back to back 5 setters. In all of these, the Croat has blessed the Wimbledon courts with a staggering 128 aces thus far, winning a lump sum of winners via his massive forehand. All these stats may become useless after the coin is tossed tomorrow, Cilic has matched Federer so much in the past that he may not shy away from a win this time.We won’t go into the usual accolade filled sentences about how smooth Federer is and playing at the moment. And how scheduling has made him the best thing after slice bread. The father of double twin is in a 2nd grand slam final of the season, won the first against Nadal in Australia. Related