The Disco Biscuits Announce Free Asheville Webcasts, Camp Bisco 2018 Daily Lineups

first_imgThe Disco Biscuits are gearing up for a big late-May run beginning this Friday night, May 18th, with a two-night run at Asheville, NC’s Salvage Station. Today, the band has announced that they will offer free webcasts for both nights of their North Carolina run via their official YouTube page. Both the May 18th and May 19th shows begin at 6 p.m. ET.From there, the Disco Biscuits will make their way to Colorado for their annual Bisco Inferno run including three straight nights at Denver’s famed Ogden Theatre (May 24, 25, and 26) leading up to a May 27th blowout at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison with support from two of the most buzzed-about rising acts on the road—Spafford and Organ Freeman. For more information on this year’s Bisco Inferno, or to grab your tickets, head here.Following their Colorado excursion, the Disco Biscuits will prepare for their annual multi-night festival, Camp Bisco, set to take place at Scranton, Pennsylvania’s Montage Mountain on July 12th, 13th, and 14th. Yesterday, the festival released the daily schedules for this year’s event, which will see the band play one set on Thursday, July 12th (alongside Tipper, Bonobo Live Band, STS9, Lettuce, and more); two sets on Friday, July 13th (along with Bassnectar, Lotus, Papadosio, Sunsquabi, Kung Fu, The Floozies, Mungion, and more); and three sets on Saturday, July 14th (in addition to performances by Excision, Illenium, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Ghostface Killah, TAUK, Magic Beans, ProbCause, and more). To grab your tickets to Camp Bisco 2018 today, head to the festival website here.last_img read more

Lakers ‘lost themselves’ when Anthony Davis trade rumors surfaced, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope says

first_img Magic Johnson resigns as Lakers president: 10 bizarre quotes from the unexpected announcement Lakers president Magic Johnson stunningly announced he was resigning from his position earlier this week before the team’s final game of 2018-19.Los Angeles was widely expected to move on from coach Luke Walton this offseason, according to an earlier report from ESPN. But, Walton’s job status is uncertain following Johnson’s announcement, that report says. The Lakers entered the season with high expectations after they signed star LeBron James to a four-year, $153.3 million contract in July. They opened with a 20-14 record, but James suffered a strained groin Dec. 25. He missed the next 17 games and the team never seemed to get back on track.The Lakers also dealt with injuries to key role players — including Lonzo Ball, Rajon Rondo, Brandon Ingram and Josh Hart — and they shut down James for the rest of 2018-19 in late March.Los Angeles center Tyson Chandler said the injuries had an impact on the team.”It was injuries and then the trade rumors,” Chandler said. “I wouldn’t be honest if I was sitting up here not saying the same. It was one of the huge factors in the season. The injuries were tough for us because we were already a young unit. … Having those injuries and not being able to get used to one another I think really affected us.” Lakers’ Lonzo Ball on playing with LeBron James: ‘It was a dream come true for me’center_img The Lakers “lost themselves” at the trade deadline, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope told reporters this week.Los Angeles was reportedly discussing acquiring star Anthony Davis after he asked the Pelicans to move him. The team made multiple offers to New Orleans, according to several reports, but ultimately no deal was reached. The Lakers entered February with a 27-25 record but ended up missing the playoffs for a sixth straight season.”At the trade deadline, everybody kind of lost themselves,” Caldwell-Pope said, via ESPN. “That’s all they were worried about. … And I feel like after that, everybody kind of relaxed, calmed down and just started playing basketball and not worrying about the outside talk.” Related Newslast_img read more