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.
Last season’s Champions League winners will bid to carry the momentum from a successful week into the Barclays Premier League clash after keeping alive their two remaining quests for silverware in the FA Cup and Europa League. “Three points are a must for us on Sunday – we need to win the match,” Hazard said on Chelsea’s official website. “Chelsea are a big club – we have to win titles and to qualify for the Champions League. There’s a lot to do but we’ll try to do it all.” Eden Hazard believes a Chelsea victory over West Ham on Sunday is imperative as they seek to finish the season on a high. Hazard believes the close proximity of Thursday night’s 3-1 win over Steaua Bucharest, which secured a place in the Europa League last eight 3-2 on aggregate, could benefit Chelsea against a Hammers side who will be playing just their second match of the month. “It might favour us at the start of the game because we should be able to set the tempo and get into our stride quicker because we’ve been more used to playing competitive games recently,” Hazard said. “But where it might favour them slightly is the fact that towards the end of the game tiredness may set in for us, while in effect they should be stronger because they’ve had a bit of a rest. “It’s something we have to deal with, and with the support of our fans behind us I’m sure we will be able to.” Chelsea suffered the first defeat of Benitez’s tenure at Upton Park in December, despite entering half-time leading 1-0. “At Upton Park, one or two errors crept in, particularly during the second half, but we were very good in the first half,” Hazard said. “We need to try to repeat that first-half display on Sunday and make sure we get a positive result. We are going into the game in good form, so we should be able to produce a strong performance.” Press Association
highlights We have seen the Indian Women’s Team produce some great results at the International front,” said All India Football Federation General Secretary Kushal Das.”We are sure to see the rise of more talented players in the third season of the Hero Indian Women’s League. I would like to thank the Punjab Football Association for their support in hosting the IWL, and wish the participating clubs all the best for the tournament in Ludhiana,” he added. Rising Student’s Club will take on Gokulam Kerala FC in the opening match.A total of 12 teams will compete in the tournament. One group will have a total of six teams. Ludhiana: Defending champions Rising Student’s Club will take on Gokulam Kerala FC in the opening match of the Indian Women’s League football here on Sunday. As many as 12 teams, divided into two groups of six each, are participating in the tournament. Group I consists of Rising Student’s Club, Gokulam, FC Alakhpura, Hans Women Football Club, Central SSB Women Football Club and Panjim Footballers. Group II has Manipur Police, Sethu FC, Bangalore United FC, SAI-STC Cuttack, FC Kolhapur City and Baroda Football Academy.”Women’s football in our country is going through an exciting phase. For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.