Multi-instrumentalist Zach Deputy has some big news for fans everywhere, as he’ll be releasing his fourth studio album, Wash It in the Water, on September 9th! Not only did Deputy play every single instrument on the release, but his clever fusion of hip-hop, funk, folk, and pop continues to push the envelope of style. Wash It in the Water is sure to be a feel good album that all can enjoy!To get fans excited, Deputy has shared the very first single from the album. The bright tune is called “Chevrolet,” powered by top notch guitar work backed by island rhythms. Its upbeat mood is downright infectious, and we can’t wait to hear more cuts from the new release.Without further ado, you can stream the leading single “Chevrolet” below.Says Deputy about his new music: “Because of the music I was raised on, I’ve always heard rhythm in a very tropical, Latin-esque way—it’s something that resonates in the deepest parts of me… When I was a kid my grandma would play a lot of salsa and soca and make me get up and dance to it, so in a way this is me putting my own spin on all that and bringing those sounds into a whole new era.”With the new album coming soon, Deputy will embark on a series of summer and fall tour dates in support, featuring some co-bill performances with Ballyhoo and others supporting The Keller Williams KWahtro. Don’t miss out! You can check out the full tour schedule below, and head to Zach Deputy’s website for more details.2016 Zach Deputy Tour Dates8/4/16 – Wild Bill’s Nostalgia Park – Middletown, CT8/5/16 – Rock On! Concert Cruise – Boston, MA8/12/16 – The Peach Music Festival – Scranton, PA8/13/16 – Gypsy Sally’s – Washington, DC8/19/16 – The Windjammer – Isle of Palms, SC8/20/16 – Roasting Room Lounge – Bluffton, SC8/26/16 – Mazzstock – Marlboro, NY8/27/16 – NH Hempfest & Freedom Rally – Lancaster, NH9/1/16 – Empty Glass – Charleston, SC9/2/16 – Hookahville – Pataskala, OH9/3/16 – Front Porch Festival – Stuart, VA9/4/16 – Purple Fiddle – Thomas, WV9/8/16 – Side Bar Theatre – Tallahassee, FL *9/9/16 – Vinyl – Pensacola, FL *9/10/16 – Zydeco – Birmingham, AL *9/11/16 – Terminal West – Atlanta, GA *9/12/16 – Visulite Theater – Charlotte, NC *9/13/16 – Guanabanas – Jupiter, FL *9/14/16 – Culture Room – Ft. Lauderdale, FL *9/15/16 – The Social – Orlando, FL *9/16/16 – Wormtown Music Festival – Greenfield, MA9/17/16 – Jannus Live – St Petersburg, FL *9/20/16 – Music Farm – Charleston, SC *9/21/16 – Shaka’s Live – Virginia Beach, VA *9/22/16 – Knitting Factory – Brooklyn, NY *9/23/16 – Catskill Chill Music Festival – New York, NY9/24/16 – Paradise Rock Club – Boston, MA *9/25/16 – World Cafe Live – Philadelphia, PA *9/27/16 – Rex Theatre – Pittsburgh, PA *9/30-10/1/16 – Bear Creek Bayou – New Orleans, LA10/22/16 – The Georgia Theatre – Athens, GA #11/3/16 – Saint Rocke – Hermosa Beach, CA #11/4/16 – Belly Up – San Diego, CA #11/5/16 – Marquee – Tempe, AZ #11/10/16 – Music Farm – Columbia, SC #11/17/16 – White Oak – Houston, TX #11/18/16 – Granada Theater – Dallas, TX #11/19/16 – Scoot Inn – Austin, TX #* co-bill with Ballyhoo!# supporting The Keller Williams KWahtro
POLL ALERT: South Carolina remains No. 1 in women’s Top 25, Oregon leapfrogs Baylor for No. 2 after Lady Bears lose
Associated Press POLL ALERT: South Carolina remains No. 1 in women’s Top 25, Oregon leapfrogs Baylor for No. 2 after Lady Bears lose March 9, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNEW YORK (AP) — POLL ALERT: South Carolina remains No. 1 in women’s Top 25, Oregon leapfrogs Baylor for No. 2 after Lady Bears lose.
RINCON FC stormed to a 6-1 win against Jungle Boys in their opener of the 2019 Atkinson Brothers Five-A-Side Floodlight Football competition, on Saturday night at the Kumaka Recreational Ground in Santa Rosa, Region One.Six games were played after the teams (Seniors, the U-15s, the U-17s and the Females), participated in a march-past.Rincon FC were very active in their clash, creating chances and firing a barrage of shots from all angles, and although the Jungle Boys’ keeper made a few good saves, the Rincon footballers were able to dominate.Issac Williams and Vishnu Williams fired in two goals each, while there were one each for Lester Fredericks and Ronald Henry.Ronaldo LaRose scored the lone consolation strike for Jungle Boys.The event, which had a fair amount of spectators, kicked off with the Atkinson Brothers Football Club defeating the Mighty Warriors 2-0 in an U-15 clash after Xavi Atkinson struck a double.Eric Campbell (left) and Evander Daniels (two goals) scored for Rising Sons in their 3-0 win.In game two, the Rising Sons, led by two goals from Evander Daniels and one from Eric Campbell, were able to ease past the Mighty Warriors 3-0 in an U-17 clash. In the other U-17 clash, the ABFC defeated Rising Sons 2-0.In the lone female game of the evening, national women’s footballer, Annalisa Vincent, was on target to hand the ABFC a 1-0 win against All Star Blazers.Vincent, who scored three goals in the 2018 final for the defending champions, Silver Sand Football Club, opted to play with the ABFC side this year after the seven-time champion club failed to field a team.Along with Vincent, goalie Tiffany Chapelle also joined the ABFC side for this year’s four-team female battle.Meanwhile, in the penultimate game of the night, Young Guns defeated Universal Jaguars 2-1.The ninth edition of the games will culminate on Boxing Day after nightly action this week. Christmas day will be an off day.