After premiering in NYC and on Jam Cruise to widespread acclaim, Let Us Play, the official documentary from funk powerhouse Lettuce, is now available to purchase or rent on Vimeo.The 45-minute film, directed by Jay Sansone of Human Being Media and produced by Live for Live Music’s Kunj Shah, merges footage from live sets, recording sessions, interviews, and candid scenes from the road. Filmed over a six-month period, the footage chronicles the mechanics of improvisation and the artistry behind making a funk record. Viewers will get an in-depth diagnosis of the band, who they are as artists, how they work together and use their ridiculous expertise to come up with some of the funkiest music around.Watch the trailer below, and view the whole thing here! Lettuce will be headlining two nights at the inaugural Fool’s Paradise April 1st & 2nd along with Vulfpeck, GRiZ, Chris Robinson’s Soul Revue (ft. George Porter Jr., Eric Krasno, Nikki Glaspie & more), The Nth Power, and more.
Jody Lee Swift 46, of Aurora, Indiana, passed away Thursday March 12, 2020 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.He was born December 26, 1973 in Lawrenceburg, IN, son of Sharon (Donley) Miller. Jody worked for Ponderosa, Kroger, and Argosy Casino. Jody has been sick since he was 16 years old. He was a fighter. He beat all of the odds that life threw at him. He would never give up and he had a good life. He graduated from South Dearborn High School in 1994. He loved to play baseball and was on the swim team in school. Jody was an old Rock and Roll music fan. (His favorites were Kiss & Ozzy Osbourne.) He enjoyed playing guitar. He loved spending time with his son, Donovan, all his family and friends.He will be deeply missed. by his, grandpa, Ernie (Late Jackie) Donley of Aurora, IN; mother, Sharon (Donley) Miller of Moores Hill, IN, Son, Donovan Swift of Springs, TX; Sister, Buffy Schnitzler of Moores Hill, IN; Brother, Edward Kinnett of Versailles, IN; Several aunts, uncles and cousins. He will never be forgotten.He was preceded in death by grandma, Jackie J. (Buffington) Donley, aunt Judy Connelton and nephew John Andrew Creech III.Friends will be received Monday, March 16, 2020, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm at the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, 219 Mechanic Street, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at the Funeral Home, Tuesday, March 17, 2020 at 11:00 pm with Pastor Kenny Hopper officiating.Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana.Contributions may be made to the Dearborn County Mental Health Center or Donor’s Choice. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
MORE: Jarrett Stidham has a monumental task ahead of him in replacing Tom BradyNow, who will all of these quarterbacks be throwing the ball to? That choice is easily the ripped Seahawks receiver from Ole Miss.DK Metcalf: Larry the LobsterBig Larry energy over here.DK Metcalf is an NFL prospect… at WIDE RECEIVER 💪😳📸 via @BunkiePerkins pic.twitter.com/n4UGAch8fw— FanDuel (@FanDuel) February 11, 2019Bout’ to play some volleyball at the beach! pic.twitter.com/laZw6jxJ0P— Larry The Lobster (@Larry_T_Lobster) February 5, 2015 The NFL will take a surprising step to boost its popularity among children next season after reportedly agreeing to broadcast a first-round playoff game on kid-targeted Nickelodeon as well as CBS.Where “SpongeBob SquarePants” captivated viewers before, football will try to win over the hearts of youngsters around the U.S. That got us to thinking: Which “SpongeBob” characters would NFL quarterbacks be if they entered the digital realm?MORE: NFL free agency gradesHere’s our attempt to answer that question in a list that will almost certainly lead to disagreement and indignation. Just remember that we tried our best:Patrick Mahomes: SpongeBob SquarePantsMahomes is fresh off a Super Bowl title and is having one of the best starts to a career in NFL history (76 TDs in 31 games). He seems well-positioned to own the next generation of league success. The top quarterback is usually considered the protagonist of the league, and competition for the role will probably be between him and Lamar Jackson for years to come. Like SpongeBob, Mahomes’ voice is a source of great amusement, and he is generally well-liked even by opposing fans.Mitchell Trubisky: Patrick StarWatching Trubisky try to find his footing in the NFL is kind of like watching Patrick Star try to get through a door.Colt McCoy: Sandy CheeksThe former Longhorns great is as close to the sea squirrel as we can get. He lives in his backup quarterback bubble until called to action.He might not reside in the Southwest any longer, but don’t you dare insult where he came from.Philip Rivers: Squidward TentaclesThe grumpiest quarterback in the NFL really just loves his craft, just like the no-nonsense curmudgeon of Bikini Bottom.Here’s how Rivers looked every time he felt let down by Chargers teammates in recent years:Jared Goff: Eugene H. KrabsIt took Goff little time to secure a four-year, $134 million contract extension that has set him up for life pretty well despite suspect on-field production. Mr. Krabs would be so proud of the finesse.Lamar Jackson: Sheldon J. PlanktonJackson’s entire career is devoted to making everyone who has ever overlooked him or disrespected his game look like idiots. He dropped to No. 32 in the 2018 NFL Draft and was told by teams and evaluators he would be better served as a wide receiver. An MVP season shut that talk down, but the Ravens signal-caller is unlikely to ever lose his sharp edge.His motivations, then, bear similarities to those of Plankton. Plankton, of course, lives to exact revenge for the lack of attention he receives, constantly looking to upend Bikini Bottom.Unlike Plankton, however, Jackson already seems to have the secret formula and a road to massive success.Aaron Rodgers: Flying DutchmanHe’s a baaaaaad man.Here’s Rodgers in the clutch:Tom Brady: King NeptuneThere is no doubting Brady, the GOAT, rules the NFL quarterback kingdom.His throne, of course, will be in a new city for the first time next season.
It should be remembered that Rayo-Albacete was 0-0 and the La Mancha had one player less, due to the expulsion of Eddy Silvestre. For the resumption, both technicians will be able to align onces different from those of that day, although with a nuance: they must be players who were registered at that time (signings are excluded).Appeal dismissed the appeal of LightningThe Appeals Committee dismissed the appeal last week presented by the Ray against the sanctions that, in its day, imposed Competition and that will finally have to comply: € 18,000 fine and the partial closure of the stadium from Vallecas, more specifically from the fund where the events occurred, during two games (Huesca and Elche). The Rayo-Albacete will take place ten days before the meeting that will face them again in the second round: on Saturday 29, 20:30, at Carlos Belmonte. That February 19 was also set on Mirandés-Zaragoza (21:00) that had to be postponed due to heavy rains. Then, the bad conditions of the Anduva pitch forced Sagués Oscoz to make this decision. LaLiga made official the Rayo-Albacete schedule suspended on Wednesday on December 15 for the banners and songs delivered by the franjirroja fans against Zozulia. Finally, The match will be held next Wednesday, February 19, at 8:00 p.m.. Of course, the second part will resume behind closed doors, just like announced Competition.
“The tricolor has landed,” proclaimed the Hindustan Times as a box shaped probe painted in India’s saffron, white and green flag crash landed on the moon’s south pole. The probe sent from the orbiting mother spacecraft Chandrayaan-1 (moon craft) took pictures and gathered other data for a future moon landing. The Indian flag is likely scattered over the moon’s Shackleton crater after the probe slammed into the surface at more than 3,000 miles per hour.India joins the U.S., Russia, the European Space Agency, Japan and China in sending missions to the moon. India will follow the mission by landing a rover on the moon in 2011 and, eventually a manned space program. Related Items