You can catch the new song live later this month, during a number of KIMOCK and Kimock & Friends performances on the West Coast. Kimock & Friends have a two-night stand planned at Mill Valley, California’s Sweetwater Music Hall on June 15th and 16th. This pair of performances comes ahead of KIMOCK’s multi-night run along the West Coast starting June 17th, with dates in Sonoma, Santa Cruz, and Chico, California, plus an appearance at Bend, Oregon’s 4 Peaks Music Festival, scheduled for June 21st through 24th.Upcoming Kimock Tour Dates:Kimock & Friends – Sweetwater Music HallJune 15 – Sweetwater Music Hall Mill Valley CaJune 16 – Sweetwater Music Hall Mill Valley CaKIMOCKJune 17 – Reel Fish Shop, Sonoma CaJune 19 – Atrium @ Catalyst, Santa Cruz CaJune 20 – Lost on Main, Chico CaJune 21-24 – 4 Peaks Music Fest- Bend OrView All Tour Dates Today, Steve Kimock has released a brand-new track with his son, John Morgan Kimock. The multi-generational collaboration, which takes on a nostalgic, airy, and bright feel, is titled “Invocations 1”. The new song is the first of many to come from Kimock’s throughout the summer, and “Invocations 1” also features banjoist Patrick Biondo (Cabinet), guitarist Justin Mazer (Starbird, Ryan Montbleau), and bassist Josh Weinstein (Kat Wright).Sparked from William Allaudin Mathieu’s Streaming Wisdom, a solo piano piece recorded in 1981, John Morgan Kimock explained to us, “It’s been a really wonderful experience working with this material, and it’s revealing the possibility for lots of cool collaborations as this project unfolds.”The track finds “Streaming Wisdom” repurposed, with additional layers added in by Kimock and company, weaving a complex musical tapestry that’s captivating and dynamic. The new tune, “Invocations 1”, was produced, mixed, and mastered by John Morgan Kimock, with additional recording and production from Jason Reed.Live For Live Music is proud to premiere Steve and John Morgan Kimock’s new tune, “Invocations 1”. Take a listen for yourself below. For more information, head over to the Kimock website here.
Loading… read also:Invite players with regular playing time to Eagles, Makinwa urges Rohr ”The major problem we have is the transport,” He told brila.net. ”For example, we are leaving Katsina to Uyo to play Akwa United is a lot of work as the roads are bad, I won’t lie to you,” He said. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Katsina United coach, Henry Makinwa, has revealed that there is a level of stress that accompanies the job of a coach who manages a club in the NPFL due to the terrible road network. Makinwa in a chat with brila.net stated that moving from one venue to another week in and out via bad roads is one of the most dangerous risks the NPFL clubs face. The former ABS FC of Ilorin coach also stated that the stress of playing midweek games and moving around by road transport is the biggest cause of fatigue to players.Advertisement Promoted ContentTop 10 TV Characters Meant To Be Iconic11 Greatest Special Effects Movies Of All TimeWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?You’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes10 Asian Actresses Of Irresistible Beauty2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterWhat Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?
MASON CITY — It’s a sentence of probation and restitution for a Mason City man who was accused of using a company credit card numerous times without permission. 42-year-old Jeffrey Frampton was accused of using a credit card from Jiffy Lube from September to December of last year 32 times, rolling up charges to the business. Frampton was originally charged with one count of ongoing criminal conduct and nine counts of unauthorized use of a credit card. Frampton pleaded guilty to one count of fraudulent use of a credit card and was sentenced on Monday by District Judge Karen Salic to a five-year prison sentence, which was suspended, a suspended $750 fine, and was placed on two years probation. He was also ordered to pay $2,027 in restitution.
The pastor of an Indian cable-TV ministry in upstate New York has been charged with bilking investors of $2 million in a jewelry scam. Samuel (Samee) Solanky, who runs the South Asian Gospel Network, which he founded in 1988 in Maybrook, N.Y., is accused of duping investors, many of whom he met through his ministry, to invest in a phony gem business, promising a 100% return.The ministry broadcasts a TV program called Vandana on several cable outlets in New York, New Jersey and Texas, claims to distribute bibles in various Indian languages and runs charitable programs for children in India. The ministry’s website claims that, “Its main purpose is to communicate the love of God toward human beings and to reveal the ultimate plan for salvation through faith in Jesus Christ the Son of God.”Solanky allegedly told postal inspectors that he had sent the money he had raised from investors to Nigerian partners, who had promised him exceptional returns. Related Items