Summer Camp Music Festival Confirms 2018 Dates With “Carl” From ‘Shameless’ Interview [Video]

first_imgSummer Camp Music Festival is truly one of the mainstays of the live music scene, as host bands moe. and Umphrey’s McGee never fail to organize a top tier event. The festival officially unveiled plans for 2018, set to return to Three Sisters Park in Chillicothe, IL over Memorial Day weekend, May 25-27, with a video from one of their newest fans. Ethan Cutkosky (also known as “Carl” from the Showtime series Shameless) was in attendance at the 2017 event, fitting right on in with the 20,000+ fans on site. While first sticking out as one of the most random celebrities there–though many in the music community knew Cutkosky from sightings at EDM shows in the Chicago area–he was officially a “scamper” by the end of the three day weekend.Carl From “Shameless” Rages Umphrey’s McGeeIn the video below, Cutkosky reveals the 2018 dates and urges fans to stay tuned for information on the Advanced Early-Bird Passes, the first round of artist announcements, and more. The video then cuts to an interview with Cutkosky that took place during Summer Camp 2017, where he describes the weekend as the “best time of [his] life”, attributing the positive experience to the music, the vibe, and the amazing community. In addition to the festival’s host bands, he shouts out Manic Focus and Pretty Lights as acts he’s most excited to see.Watch the “Shameless Self-Promotion” below, and head to the website for more information:last_img read more

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Cheteshwar Pujara opens up on the fuss over his strike-rate a tad unfair

first_imgNEW DELHI: Cheteshwar Pujara finds the constant fuss over his strike-rate a tad unfair and wants to clarify once and for all that he has the full backing of the team management.In the age of slam-bang cricket, Pujara brings delight to the purists of the game by batting on and on without worrying too much about the strike-rate. But to appreciate someone who epitomizes patience in Test cricket is maybe asking for too much from the “millennials”.Last week, the soft-spoken 32-year-old from Rajkot found himself at the receiving end again on social media as he labored his way to 66 off 237 balls in thefinal against Bengal.To his credit, he overcame fever and throat infection to share a game-changing stand with Arpit Vasavada, helping Saurashtra to their maiden title on the basis of a first-innings lead.Whether it is playing for Saurashtra or India, Pujara is used to the constant chatter around his strike-rate.“I don’t think there is too much talk (on the inside). In media, it is described differently, but the team management has been backing me on this completely. There is no pressure from the captain, coach or anyone else,” Pujara, who is currently getting much-needed family time due to the COVID-19 outbreak, said.“I just want to clarify that when it comes to striking rate people start pointing towards the team management’s take on it, but there is no pressure on me at all. The team management understands my style of play and its importance.”For someone who averages 48.66 in 77 Tests, perception counts for little.“The question that was asked on social media (during the Ranji Trophy final) was ‘why am I taking so long to score X number of runs’? Whether I pay attention to that? No, I don’t. My job is to make sure that the team wins at all times.“People have this tendency to pinpoint one person, but it is just not about me. If you look at any Test series where I have scored runs and taken a little bit of time, the opposition batsmen, most of them, have consumed the same number of balls.“I know I can’t be a David Warner or Virender Sehwag, but if a normal batsman takes time there is nothing wrong in that.”The entire batting unit had a tough time in New Zealand with the 0-2 loss in Tests marking the end of the international season. Pujara collected five half-centuries this season, including one in New Zealand, but could not add to his 18 hundred.“People expect big knocks from me. I always challenge myself to score a 100, but to average close to 50 in Tests means you are scoring a half-century almost every second innings.“My standards are always high and I am not satisfied with the season that I had but I would not call it a bad one at all.”It may be boring and exhausting for a majority of the fans, but batting time and wearing out the opposition excites Pujara the most.Asked why they don’t make it like him anymore, Pujara gave a practical response.“I don’t think it is on the decline (the art of batting time). There is value for it. Maybe the youngsters are not inclined towards this format. It is a fact that there are more games in white-ball cricket. A youngster would want to play shorter formats because it is financially better.“There is nothing wrong with that but they should understand that real cricket is Test cricket and you will be judged only on the performances in the five-day game.”With uncertainty over the upcoming county season in the UK due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Pujara has no game time lined up in the near future. The biggest international assignment for him this season is the tour of Australia and he can’t be more fired up for that.Rather than focusing on the loss in New Zealand, Pujara looked at the Australian challenge, especially after India’s historic triumph Down Under last year.“It is one of the most important series for us.”On playing a full-strength Australia this time, he said: “They (Steve Smith and David Warner) are important players, but if we played the way we played in the last series, we should be able to beat them. AgenciesAlso Read: Arpit Vasavada, Cheteshwar Pujara help Saurashtra hold egde over BengalAlso Watch: Prices of Protective Masks and Hand Sanitizers are Increasing rapidly due to fear of Coronavirus.last_img read more

LIVE: Uganda 2 Malawi 0

first_img1 Uganda211020+24 Uganda Cranes XI that started:  4 South Sudan200213−20 Uganda Cranes starting XI vs Malawi. PHOTO FUFA MEDIA FULL TIMEUganda  2 (Emma Okwi -29th, Bayo -66th) Malawi  0 AFCON 2021 QualifiersUganda – 4 PointsBurkina Faso – 4 PointsMalawi – 3 PointsSouth Sudan – 0 PointsKampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  Uganda Cranes went top of AFCON qualifying Group B with four points after they beat Malawi 2-0 at Mandela Stadium on Sunday.Uganda’s two goals came off defensive errors by the visitors who struggled to sock the pressure. First Emma Okwi latched onto a long over head ball that beat a defender, to thump in the opening goal, before Fahad Bayo shrugged of tackles, to drill his later in the second half.It is a flying start for new Coach Jonathan McKinstry, who opened his era with a goalless draw away to Burkina Faso. Burkina are set to join Uganda at 4 points, as they lead South Sudan 2-0 in Juba. 2 Burkina Faso211021+14 3 Malawi210112−13 Share on: WhatsApp PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts Denis Onyango (GK, Captain ) 18, Nico Wadada 14, Bevis Mugabi 5, Joseph Ochaya 2, Murushid Juuko 4, Khalid Aucho 8, Mike Azira 23, Faruku Miya 17,Emmanuel Okwi 7, William Kizito 10 & Fahad Bayo 13.Subs: Robert Odongkara (GK) 1,Charles Lukwago (GK) 19, Isaac Muleme 20, Hassan Wasswa 16, Nicholas Kasozi 11, Timothy Awany 3, Halid Lwaliwa 15,Taddeo Lwanga 6, Allan Kyambadde 21, Patrick Kaddu 9 & Allan Okello 12LIVE TWITTER FEEDlast_img read more