Jam rockers The Jauntee continue their live series today, with the release of their Live Jaunt album from the Paradise Rock Club in Boston, MA. The show on 11/25/16 was support from Twiddle, and featured some great work from the up and coming jammers.Check out the show on Bandcamp, with a pay-what-you-want download, or stream the tracks below.<a href=”http://thejauntee.bandcamp.com/album/2016-11-25-paradise-rock-club-boston-ma”>2016-11-25 – Paradise Rock Club – Boston, MA by The Jauntee</a>Setlist: The Jauntee | Paradise Rock Club | Boston, MA | 11/25/16Dirty George >Dirty Job*Mammoth RelaxesBlack Bart ->Hey Pocky A-Way+ ->When the Love Is#I Wanna Love You* “Butterfly” tease+ “Puppy In My Pocket” tease and jam, “Little Drummer Boy” tease# “Streets of Cairo” teaseDon’t miss The Jauntee with Digital Frontier on Valentine’s Day at American Beauty! Tickets are available here.
Related Shows The West End may soon get to know her! According to the Daily Mail, Broadway darling Kelli O’Hara could cross the pond to reprise her Tony-winning performance as Anna in The King and I. The Bartlett Shet-helmed production, currently playing Lincoln Center’s Vivian Beaumont Theatre, is apparently eyeing a London bow late next year or early in 2017.O’Hara won her first Tony Award for playing Anna in the Lincoln Center production. She was previously nominated for her performances in The Bridges of Madison County, Nice Work If You Can Get It, South Pacific, The Pajama Game and The Light in the Piazza. The King and I would mark her West End debut.Rodgers and Hammerstein’s classic musical, set in 1860s Bangkok, tells the story of the unconventional and tempestuous relationship that develops between the King of Siam and Anna Leonowens, a British schoolteacher, whom the imperious King brings to Siam to tutor his many wives and children. The musical’s score includes “Getting To Know You, Hello Young Lovers, Shall We Dance, I Have Dreamed” and “Something Wonderful.” The King and I View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on June 26, 2016
“As long as I get on and I’m trying to get the minutes, I can only do so well when I get my chance.” Sinclair came on for the last five minutes in the 3-0 defeat to Arsenal in the Community Shield on Sunday. City were outplayed by the Gunners who recorded a convincing win thanks to goals from Santi Cazorla, Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud. “We started a little bit slowly and took a while getting into the game,” Sinclair said. “As the game went by though we created a few chances. “Going into the Premier League next week I’m sure we’ll get going and do better.” Press Association “Personally I’m just looking to play as many games as possible – I don’t know what the future holds,” Sinclair said. “If the manager is going to give me game time, then I would love to stay. “But if that’s not the case I’m sure I’ll have to go elsewhere and to play more. “I’m just taking every game as it comes. I’ve played a lot in pre-season so hopefully that continues.” Sinclair is not the first English youngster to move to one of the Premier League’s leading clubs before struggling to earn a place in the first-team. Jack Rodwell, once considered one of England’s brightest young midfielders, left City to join Sunderland last week after two disappointing years spent on the sidelines. “I got a lot of game time in pre-season which has been great, that’s what I want,” Sinclair said. “I’ve been playing 90 minutes and scored a few goals as well. Sinclair joined City from Swansea in August 2012, having scored eight goals for the Swans during the previous campaign. The winger made just three starts in his first season at the Etihad and a loan move to West Brom last term also proved unsuccessful, yielding just 11 appearances. Manchester City winger Scott Sinclair admits he will leave the club if the indications are he will not be given first-team football this season.