In just a few short weeks, premiere funk group Lettuce will return to one of most storied venues of all time, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, for a true musical celebration that could only be dubbed “Rage Rocks.” With The Wailers, Manic Focus, Pete Rock and Rahzel, the funk phenoms will let loose in Colorado on June 10th, and we couldn’t be more excited. Tickets are still available here.It seems like just yesterday that Lettuce joined forces with The Motet at Red Rocks for a glorious night of funk tunes. On June 6th 2015, Lettuce hit the stage, dropping funk bombs left and right on a thoroughly excited crowd. The band brought out tons of their classics, and even called on Nigel Hall to lend his vocals to their instrumental grooves. Check out our full review here.In celebration of the upcoming Red Rocks show, we wanted to throw it back with some footage from last year’s performance. Here are five choice cuts from Red Rocks 2015, sure to get you pumped up for Red Rocks 2016!By Any Shmeeans Necessary > Colorado Love > By Any Shmeeans NecessaryGet GreasyChiefPhyllisMakin’ My Way Back Home w/ Nigel HallAll videos were filmed by Jordan Inglee and mastered by Phil Salvaggio, for the purposes of Lettuce’s Live BitTorrent bundle. Lettuce’s Red Rocks throwdown, “Rage Rocks,” kicks off on June 10th, with support from The Wailers, Manic Focus, Pete Rock and Rahzel. Tickets are on sale now and can be found here!Check out last year’s setlist below.Setlist: Lettuce at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO – 6/6/15Big Anthem, By Any Shmeeans Necessary > Colorado Love > By Any Shmeeans Necessary, Get Greasy, Chief, Phyllis, Breakout > Relax > Jesus Dre > Trap > Madison Square, Squadlive > Lettsanity, Lett Zeppelin, Do It Like You Do > Makin’ My Way Back Home
For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. London: Australia captain Aaron Finch believes his side’s proven ability to handle World Cup pressure will stand them in good stead when they face England in a crunch game on Tuesday. If World Cup holders Australia defeat their arch rivals at Lord’s, it will damage hosts England’s hopes of reaching the semi-finals.England may have been the pre-tournament favourites but they have never won the World Cup, whereas Australia have lifted the trophy five times.ALSO READ | WC 2019: Sensational Shakib keeps Bangladesh in semifinal contention“I think that over the World Cup history, Australia have had a very good history of peaking at the right time,” Finch told reporters at Lord’s on Monday.“Over a lot of that history Australia have played their best cricket under the greatest pressure.“And that’s a good lesson for everyone, the fact that we’ve got six guys in our squad who were part of the 2015 World Cup win is really valuable,” the opening batsman added.“We’re going in with a lot of confidence no doubt, we’ve been playing some really good cricket.“But it’s about the team that holds their nerve the longest and under the highest pressure that will succeed.” Australia’s coaching staff also includes former World Cup winners in Ricky Ponting, a three-time champion and captain of the victorious 2003 and 2007 sides, as well as Brad Haddin, the wicket-keeper in 2015.“We’ve got Ricky Ponting with us, and Brad Haddin, as coaching staff who have won World Cups as well,” said Finch.“So it’s just about the shared experience of what you might feel in a knockout game or a high-pressure game.“Those experienced guys can almost share what you might be feeling, so you can almost be prepared for it before you’re in that situation. That’s invaluable.”However, England captain Eoin Morgan has insisted his side’s defeats by Pakistan and Sri Lanka, did not imply a loss of nerve heading into their concluding group fixtures with Australia, India and New Zealand.“Guys have performed under pressure for a long time, they have performed as favourites in series for the last two years,” said Morgan.“I’ve no questions of us performing under pressure. I don’t think nerves played a part at all.”ALSO READ | Rohit Sharma heavily trolled for wrong hashtag, see some hilarious reactions And Finch expects wounded England to be an even tougher proposition following their shock loss to Sri Lanka last time out.“They tend to bounce back and go ultra aggressive, so we’re ready for that,” said Finch. “We’re expecting them to come out and go ultra-hard.”
Loughmore-Castleiney and Holycross/Ballycahill will contest a Mid U21 A Hurling semi-Final at The Ragg. And Killenaule play Anner Gaels in Monroe- in a South U21 B Hurling Semi-Final.All of those games throw-in at 12, while there’s a two o’ clock start in Cloneen for the South Minor B Hurling Final between Ballingarry and Kilsheelan-Kilcash.There’s another two o’ clock throw-in at Kickham Park for Upperchurch-Drombane versus Mullinahone in a County Intermediate Football Quarter-Final.And the final game of the afternoon throws in at 3:00- that’s also an Intermediate Football Quarter-Final in Templetuohy, where Grangemockler/Ballyneale and Drom & Inch will meet. Leahy Park in Cashel is once again the venue for the Quarter-Final Replay between Éire Óg Anacarty/Donohill and Cahir.Throw-in there is at two o’ clock, while at the same time Clonmel Óg and Moycarkey-Borris will do battle in their Relegation clash at New Inn.Elsewhere this afternoon, Borrisokane and Newport Gaels will face off in a North U21 B Football Final in Moneygall.