Photos provided by Romy Santos @ Slightly Skewed Photography.Full Show Mixcloud Audio provided by CHeeSeHeaDPRoDuCTioNS in conjunction with Daniel Nolan. After a brief intermission, Leeds, UK-based funk outfit The New Mastersounds turned the heat up quickly opening with “Monday Meters” and then moved the crowd through a series of instrumental originals. During their set, the band invited special guest flautist Kofi Burbridge of the Tedeschi Trucks Band to lend a hand in covering “Confusion”, a tune written by American jazz guitarist Boogaloo Joe Jones. Featuring Eddie Roberts on guitar, Pete Shand on bass, Simon Allen on drums and Joe Tatton on keys, some of the other highlights of The New Mastersounds’ Fort Lauderdale set included “Summercamp”, “Vandy” and “The Minx”.Towards the later part of their set, The New Mastersounds welcomed out the Turkuaz horns for “Hey Fela!” before moving into “All Wrapped Up” with Turkuaz’s Greg Sanderson on tenor sax and special guest keyboardist Adam Scone from Mofro. The band then closed out their Thursday night performance with NMS classics “Baby Bouncer” and “Nervous,” prior to the encore.The grand finale of the show featured both bands teaming up as “The New MasTurkuaz,” playing “The Rules” to put an exclamation point on a stellar evening. “The Rules” was featured on the two bands’ Split 7″ EP album released last week, which saw each band record a cover of the other’s material. Watch the studio session video for “The Rules” here. You can see the song come to life in the video below.The two-band dance party will make its way throughout Florida this weekend, and also has a very exciting performance scheduled at NYC’s Terminal 5 on December 2nd. More information about that show, as well as the tour, can be found here. Full audio from the night can be streamed below. The groove heavy New Mastersounds / Turkuaz Tour made its way to Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale, FL on Thursday night, October 20th – the first of a funky, three night weekend run through Florida.Nine piece Turkuaz, led by front man Dave Brandwein with backing vocalists Sammi Garett and Shira Elias, kicked the evening off in spectacular fashion and worked their way through a series of dance-heavy originals. The set also featured the group’s infectious Talking Heads cover “Slippery People”. The groove continued as the band broke into some of their more popular tracks including “Nightswimming”, “Coast To Coast”, “Everyone’s A Winner” and “Bubba Slide”, before ultimately closing their 75-minute set with a stirring rendition of the Dave Mason classic “Feelin’ Alright”.
Tweet Share Dominican nationals who wish to visit the UK for less than six months as a tourist or family visitor will be able to continue to do so without the need for a visa. In July last year, it was announced that the British government was considering placing visa restrictions on Dominicans travelling to the United Kingdom. In response to this news the government of Dominica established a special committee to coordinate Dominica’s response to ensure that all the concerns raised by the UK were dealt with in a timely and efficient manner.At the end of the review period the foreign and commonwealth office and the home office of the United Kingdom determined that Dominica had in fact demonstrated a genuine commitment to put into effect credible and realistic plans, with clear timetables, to reduce risks to the UK. With the improved systems and new legislation in place, the government of Dominica has been assured that the government of the UK will not impose travel restrictions on Dominican citizens wishing to travel to the UK. Improvements to Dominica’s immigration system are on-going and considerable investment in technology and training will be necessary going forward.Source : Emmanuel Joseph GIS News 53 Views no discussions Share Share LocalNews DOMINICANS WISHING TO VISIT THE UK FOR LESS THAN SIX MONTHS DO NOT REQUIRE A VISA TO DO SO by: – March 4, 2011 Sharing is caring!
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Finn HarpsFINN HARPS fans have blasted what they have called a small number of Derry City ‘supporters’ over vandalism at Finn Park during Friday’s 2-1 win for the Donegal side.The ’54 Crew’ group of Harps fans issued a statement in which they said they believed those responsible were not ‘real’ City fans.“A number of flags as part of our display on the river end (a restricted area), were torn, stolen and pissed on by a group of thugs we wouldn’t even class as Derry City FC supporters,” they said. They said the flag ‘Super Harps’ was “stolen by a group of scumbags who smartly posted apicture of themselves online holding it”.The statement went on: “The flag ‘FHFC The Religion’ which has toured around different LOI grounds for 11 years, in the care of ourselves for the last year has thankfully been located, and the yellow crowd cover with the jersey on the front has sadly been destroyed by people tramping it into the ground when leaving as well as a number of thugs who tore it purposely.“A number of other flags have also gone missing or have been destroyed by these same people, an estimated €1,000 euro of damage has been caused, potentially much more if some flags cannot be repaired, who have also caused both their own club and Finn Harps to suffer potential big money fines from the FAI for their actions during thegame by throwing dangerous pyro onto the field during play.“We would like to publicly condemn the actions of these so-called Derry supporters, and appeal for anyone with any information as to the whereabouts of the missing flags, or any information to the identities of those responsible for these despicable actions, so we can rightly bring a small bit of justice to this situation. “The League of Ireland family, right throughout all 20 league clubs, is a close-knit community who help each other out at times of need. We know these people are not honest Derry City supporters, and nothing more than low-life scum who have nothing better to do than cause problems wherever they go.“We as a group pride ourselves on our good behaviour, good reputation and good relationships with each club across the country and are devastated to have to count the costs of damage after a night that saw nearly 5,000 people witness the joy ofLeague of Ireland football in action.” HARPS FANS HIT OUT AT ‘THUG’ DERRY CITY SUPPORTERS OVER ATTACKS AT FINN PARK was last modified: March 8th, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:derry cityfinn harpsFinn ParkFLAGS