Listen To Steve Pollak & Tom Marshall Talk About Writing Phish Songs In New Podcast

first_imgRecently, longtime Phish lyricist Tom Marshall launched his own podcast to talk about the band we all know and love. Marshall’s Under The Scales series focuses on various aspects of the Phish scene, and he’s released episodes highlighting everything from tapers to stat-keeping to PhantasyTour and more. The latest episode is a truly interesting one, as Marshall sits down with The Dude Of Life himself, Steve Pollak, to talk about the band’s lyrics. The two tell stories of their earliest days writing songs with Trey Anastasio, sharing the origin stories for a number of favorite tunes. They also talk about their own collaboration together, and share more goodies from the Phish universe.Tune in and listen to the two Phish writers talk about their favorite band in the newest “Under The Scales” podcast, streaming below.last_img read more

Injuries set to rob Champions League of top stars

first_img Loading… Barcelona are without Ousmane Dembele whilst Samuel Umtiti isn’t available due to an ongoing problem in his right knee. Clement Lenglet has a groin issue which leaves Quique Setien without too many options in defence, especially with Ronald Araujo also set to miss out after picking up a sprained ankle in Barcelona B’s playoff. Bayern Munich have emerged as one of the favourites to win the trophy under Hansi Flick’s stewardship, yet they could be without Benjamin Pavard who suffered an ankle sprain during training. The UEFA Champions League will return on August 7, however with an abridged version of the tournament taking place in Lisbon there are concerns that injuries could leave the competition with an absence of top stars. At the last count, Paris Saint-Germain were left panicked after the Coupe de France final saw Kylian Mbappe suffer what looked to be a rather serious ankle injury. A poor challenge by Loic Perrin left the forward with a sprained ankle, and he is now expected to miss around three weeks, a layoff which would see him facing a battle against the clock to be fit for a potential semi-final. Sergio Aguero injured his left knee on June 24, and he had to undergo surgery which saw him ruled out of the second leg against Real Madrid at the Etihad Stadium. If Manchester City can progress past Los Blancos the Argentine will be available for the remaining rounds in the tournament. Zinedine Zidane, though, has fitness headaches of his own with Eden Hazard still not fully right after a season riddled with ankle injuries. Furthermore, the news that Mariano Diaz has tested positive for COVID-19 has also thrown Los Merengues’ plans for the second leg into disarray. Thomas Partey has been one of Europe’s most consistent midfielder’s this season and is being eyed by a number of clubs, most notably Arsenal, yet he suffered a muscular injury in his thigh during the final LaLiga Santander fixture and is unlikely to face RB Leipzig in the quarter-final. Promoted Content7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterTop 10 Most Iconic Characters On TV2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Reasons Why You Might Want To Become A VegetarianSuper Recognizable Outfits That Actors Wore In The Famous MoviesBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread ArtWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There? Read Also: Video: Timo Werner first Chelsea training emerges online Paulo Dybala has emerged as one of the true success stories of Maurizio Sarri’s debut season in charge of Juventus, however the Argentine had to be substituted in the recent clash against Sampdoria after feeling discomfort in his left adductor. There will be a wait to know the full extent of that ailment, although he has a high chance of taking part in Juventus’ second leg against Lyon. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

NBA wrap: Paul George scores 45 as Thunder come back to beat Rockets

first_img Former Bulls forward Jabari Parker speaks on Jim Boylen’s decision to remove him from rotation Paul George’s 45 points paced the visiting Thunder. He also tallied 11 rebounds on the night. Meanwhile, Russell Westbrook recorded his ninth consecutive triple-double.James Harden scored 42 points but missed some big shots down the stretch for the Rockets. Related News Celtics booed off home court after blowing 28-point lead in loss to Clippers 😱😱😱Dennis Smith Jr. to DeAndre Jordan OFF THE GLASS! #NewYorkForever💻📱: https://t.co/L3VurkatG8 pic.twitter.com/L3d1RnZ9fe— NBA (@NBA) February 10, 2019Ricky Rubio showcased his vision with this feed to Rudy Gobert in Utah’s 125-105 triumph over San Antonio.what’s prettier than Ricky’s passing we’ll wait pic.twitter.com/zUaV1laK8G— Utah Jazz (@utahjazz) February 9, 2019What’s Next?Lakers (28-27) at 76ers (35-20) 3:30 p.m. ET — Philadelphia dominated Los Angeles in the last matchup between these two teams. Now the 76ers have a new and much more potent starting lineup. The Lakers will have their hands full taking on this gifted 76ers team in the Wells Fargo Center.center_img Oklahoma City has now won three straight while Houston’s three-game winning streak was snapped.Studs of the NightKemba Walker’s 37-point performance lifted the Hornets past the Hawks 129-120.Bradley Beal recorded 31 points and added four steals in Washington’s 134-125 victory over Chicago.Duds of the NightAl Horford scored six points on 3-of-11 shooting in the Celtics’ 123-112 loss to the Clippers.Avery Bradley scored eight points on 3-of-10 shooting as the Grizzlies took down the Pelicans 99-90.HighlightsThe pass off the backboard from Dennis Smith Jr. to DeAndre Jordan was a bright spot in the Knicks’ 104-99 loss to the Raptors. Houston blew a 26-point lead against Oklahoma City on Saturday.The Thunder claimed a 117-112 victory in the end, and both sides had 40-point scorers.last_img read more