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Dark Star Orchestra Announces Second Leg Of Spring Tour

first_imgBeloved Grateful Dead tribute act Dark Star Orchestra has added a second leg to its upcoming spring tour. The group—comprised of Rob Barraco (keyboards, vocals), Rob Eaton (rhythm guitar/vocals), Dino English (drums/percussion), Rob Koritz (drums/percussion), Lisa Mackey (vocals), Jeff Mattson (lead guitar/vocals), and Skip Vangelas (bass/vocals)—will now swing through much of the Northeast in May.New stops on the tour include a show at The Wilbur in Boston, a two-night stand at The Capitol Theater in Port Chester, NY, and a pair of dates in upstate New York. The tour will wrap up with the seventh annual Dark Star Jubilee, a DSO-centric festival that will once again take place at Legend Valley in Thornville, OH over Memorial Day weekend. Hot Tuna, Los Lobos, The Infamous Stringdusters, The Nth Power, and more are all set to perform at the festival, which will also feature a set of Jerry Garcia Band tunes from DSO and Melvin Seals.Tickets for the newly-announced shows are now on sale via Dark Star Orchestra’s website. You can check out the full list of spring tour dates below.Dark Star Orchestra Spring 2018 Tour Dates:3/30 : The Jefferson Theater : Charlottesville, VA3/31 : Rams Head Live : Baltimore, MD4/3 : The Hamilton : Washington, D.C.4/4 : Harvester Performance Center : Rocky Mount, VA4/6 : Buckhead Theatre : Atlanta, GA4/7 : Buckhead Theatre : Atlanta, GA4/8 : Avondale Brewing Company : Birmingham, AL4/10 : The Orange Peel : Asheville, NC4/12 : Charleston Music Hall : Charleston, SC4/13 : The Fillmore Charlotte : Charlotte, NC4/14 : Ritz Raleigh : Raleigh, NC4/15 : Greenfield Lake Amphitheater : Greenfield, NC4/17 : The Stage On Bay : Savannah, GA4/19 : Wanee Festival : Live Oak, FL5/10 : Boston, MA – The Wilbur*5/11 : Port Chester, NY – The Capitol Theatre*5/12 : Port Chester, NY – The Capitol Theatre*5/14 : Princeton, NJ – McCarter Theatre Center*5/15 : Wilmington, DE – The Queen*5/17 : Red Bank, NJ – Count Basie Theatre*5/18 : Westbury, NY – The Space at Westbury Theater*5/19 : Jim Thorpe, PA – Penn’s Peak*5/20 : Baldwinsville, NY – Paper Mill Island*5/22 : Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom*5/25 – 5/27 : Thornville, OH – Dark Star Jubilee*07/08 Morrison, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheater (w/ Keller Williams)*- newly announced date[Photo: Benjamin Adams]last_img read more

King says Pelosi doesn’t appear to be resistant to USMCA

first_imgLE MARS — Republican Congressman Steve King says it’s up to Republicans to reach across the aisle and get more Democrats in the U.S. House to support the United States Mexico Canada Agreement.“Let’s just work the political situation,” King says. “…In the end, it’s an up-or-down vote, non-amendable and a take-it-or-leave-it situation, so I think we’re going to end up taking it.”Mexico has already ratified the deal and Canada’s government has started the ratification process. King says during a recent meeting with President Trump’s top trade adviser, he got the impression House Speaker Nancy Pelosi supports the USMCA.“First I thought that she would be resistent and delay because I didn’t think that she wanted to see President Trump get a win…until the time I sat down with Ambassador Lighthizer who had not even an inflection in his voice that he was frustrated with Speaker Pelosi,” King says.King, though he’s a “yes” on the USMCA, suggests keeping the North American Free Trade Agreement in force would be good for Iowa’s economy.“I never would have opened that trade agreement up…NAFTA was good for Iowa agriculture and good for Iowa manufacturing, but not so good for other states across the country,” King says.Mexico and Canada are Iowa’s top two trading partners.King made his comments during an interview at the Plymouth County Fair.last_img read more

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