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March 2, 2021 | |Post a Comment

first_imgUPDATE: It appears that Ween has subtly swapped the photo on their announcement to something less Prince-y, all but dashing our hopes for a Purple show. Not that we’re complaining about the band’s usual shade of Brown! Check out the new artwork below:Beloved rockers Ween have announced a brand new show, hitting the Roy Wilkins Amphitheatre in St. Paul, MN on September 15th. The newly-reunited group have played a handful of performances throughout 2016, but this new announcement has us intrigued.The artwork for the show appears in purple, with lettering at the bottom that is reminiscent of the “Purple Rain” font. Considering the show will be in Minnesota, hometown of the dearly departed Prince, it stands to reason that the show may serve as something of a tribute for the members of Prince.The Ween guys have not been shy about their love of Prince, especially in the wake of his untimely death. We recently shared some classic footage of the group playing “Purple Rain,” and Dean Ween recently told the story of breaking into a studio at Paisley Park, Prince’s home and workspace. Read that tale here.Ween and Prince are both acts associated with colors, Brown and Purple respectively, and we’d be delighted to see what happens when those colors mix. Pre-sale tickets will be released tomorrow, July 6th, and can be found here with the password BROWN, before a general on-sale here on Friday, July 8th.last_img read more

September 19, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img–Guyana to play at Hong Kong 7s and CAC GamesIT was their only defeat at the Rugby Americas North (RAN) Sevens Championship in Mexico, and it came when more than losing their title was on the line.Guyana, six-time holders and defending champions, fell 24 – 28 to Jamaica last evening at the Campo Marte athletic grounds in Mexico City.Apart from relinquishing their title to the Jamaican rugby team which had 12 UK-born and based players, it will hurt the Guyanese more, knowing that they also missed an opportunity to play at the 2018 IRB Sevens World Cup.Jamaica celebrates after winning the RAN 7s Championship and also qualifying for 2018 IRB World CupThe Jamaicans will join host USA and Canada as RAN’s representatives at the July 20 – 22 event, which is dubbed the ‘Holy Grail’ for Sevens rugby.With the win, Jamaica will also pick up RAN’s final spot for the Commonwealth Games. Guyana featured at the 2010 Commonwealth Games.Guyana, however, by finishing second, will make another appearance at the Hong Kong Sevens (April 6 – 8) in Japan, as well as the Central American and Caribbean Games (CAC) in Barranquilla, Colombia (July 29 – August 3). In 2010, the ‘Green Machine’ won Guyana’s lone gold medal at the CAC Games, when they defeated Jamaica 31 – 7 in the finals.last_img read more