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2 Mar
2021

Umphrey’s McGee Pays Tribute To Fallen Former Bandmate Mike Mirro In St. Paul [Video]

first_img[Photo: Andrew Blackstein] With their traditional Halloween mash-up sets officially a thing of the past, fans of Umphrey’s McGee at The Palace Theatre in St. Paul, Minnesota, last night were treated to a pure, unadulterated Umphrey’s McGee show. The first of a two-night run and coming in hot off a scintillating performance at Hulaween the night before, Umphrey’s laid it all out on the table for this thriller, no filler, of a show.The night was marked by a celebratory yet somber tone, as the band honored founding drummer Mike Mirro on what would have been his 40th birthday. Umphrey’s came out of the gates with a fire “Prowler”, before making its way into the prog-rock masterpiece that is “Mantis”. “Speak Up” expertly segued out of “Mantis,” and made its second appearance in one week’s time (the group played a standout version at The Capitol Theatre in NY last week—take a listen here), continuing its ascent to being a fan-favorite setlist pick. “Draconian” was well executed, as the group displayed their always-on-point technical proficiency. “Sweetness” found its way back into “Mantis” to put a close on the first set.For the second set, Umphrey’s delved deep, opening up strong with an always welcome “Bright Lights, Big City”, which began a monster run of segues into Anchor Drops opening track “Plunger,” followed by “Puppet String” and “Andy’s Last Beer”. The group then came back up for some air, or rather the ethereal tune “Thin Air”, before bringing the set to a smashing close with a return to “Puppet String” and Brendan Bayliss wishing Mirro a Happy Birthday.“Puppet String,” in particular, seemed to be a poignant choice on this of all nights, with lyrics like “Could somebody tell me, where does the time go?” and “If everyone’s so unsure of, what’s really below or above us, then maybe we all buy in, and make our own collective end,” it would be rather remiss to say that the gentlemen of Umphrey’s weren’t fully aware of what they were doing on this occasion in celebrating their fallen comrade.“Phil’s Farm,” the first song off 2002’s Local Band Does O.K., and subsequently Mirro’s second and final album with the band prior to Kris Myers getting behind the kit, was played in dedication to their friend. The group will return to The Palace Theatre tonight to close out the two-night run. The show will be streamed via TourGigs.com. Check out the video of “Bright Lights, Big City” from last night below.Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee | The Palace Theatre | St. Paul, MN | 10/28/17Set One: Prowler > Mantis -> Speak Up > North Route -> Crucial Taunt, Draconian > Sweetness > MantisSet Two: Bright Lights, Big City > Plunger > Puppet String -> Andy’s Last Beer, Thin Air > Puppet StringEncore: Phil’s Farmlast_img read more

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2 Mar
2021

RIDE Festival Announces 2 Nights Of SCI, Plus JRAD, Grace Potter, Sheryl Crow, CRB, & More

first_imgToday, RIDE Festival dropped its 2018 lineup, marking the Colorado music festival’s seventh annual iteration of the event. Slated to go down on July 14th and 15th in the town park in the picturesque Telluride, Colorado, this year will see the RIDE Festival welcome home-state heroes The String Cheese Incident for two nights, plus additional headlining performances from Sheryl Crow, Grace Potter, and Joe Russo’s Almost Dead. Rounding out the lineup is appearances by The Dirty Knobs with Mike Campbell, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, BIG Something, ZZ Ward,  and more.You can purchase tickets for the 7th annual RIDE Festival here, and learn more information about the festival on its website here.[Photo: ontheDL Photography]last_img

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2 Mar
2021

Keller Williams To Celebrate Jerry Garcia’s Birthday At The Venue That Bears His Name [Free Webcast]

first_imgTonight, Keller Williams will honor Jerry Garcia‘s 76th birthday with a special night of music at, of all places, Garcia’s at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY. The show will find Williams performing a mix of Grateful Dead material and his own originals at the historic theater’s venue-within-a-venue tonight, August 1st (Garcia was born on the same date in 1942). Williams’ birthday party for Jerry Garcia is sold out. If you’re unable to attend, you can stream the show for free on the Relix YouTube Channel, starting at 8 p.m. (ET).Tonight’s birthday celebration will mark Williams’ latest tribute to the Grateful Dead, a fairly common trend for Keller in recent years. In the past, the “one-man band” has teamed up with musicians like Jeff Austin to perform bluegrass renditions of Dead favorites as part of his Grateful Grass project, which put out an album in 2008 (featuring Austin and String Cheese Incident bassist Keith Moseley). He’s also performed the music of the Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia in a gospel style with his Grateful Gospel band on a few occasions, in addition to releasing a full album of piano Dead covers called Keys in 2013.Keller Williams – The Capitol Theatre – Free Webcastlast_img read more

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2 Mar
2021

‘The Velvet Underground Experience’ Multimedia Exhibit Is Heading To New York City

first_imgNew York City rock icons The Velvet Underground will be the subject of a new multimedia exhibition, “The Velvet Underground Experience,” set to open in downtown Manhattan from October 10th through December 30th. The exhibit will be housed at 718 Broadway in Manhattan’s NoHo neighborhood, not far from where Lou Reed and company recorded much of their breakthrough album, 1967’s The Velvet Underground & Nico. According to The New York Times, the exhibition will feature photographs, portraits, films, videos, live concerts, musical workshops, and more. As the article notes,In 1965, the Velvet Underground gathered in a cramped loft on Ludlow Street with no bathroom, heat or electricity to begin rehearsing songs that would become the core of their debut album, “The Velvet Underground & Nico.” Nine blocks north and 53 years later, a much bigger space — covering two stories and 12,000 square feet — will house a multimedia exhibition dedicated to the band’s legacy. “The Velvet Underground Experience” is coming to New York from its current home at the Philharmonie de Paris, where it opened two years ago. According to “The Velvet Underground Experience” organizers, since its opening, the Paris edition of the exhibit has brought in more than 65,000 visitors.The exhibition was slated to make its New York debut in Chelsea this past April, but plans fell through. Christian Fevret, the exhibition’s main curator, used the postponed launch to push for a space that was geographically closer to the band’s true roots in the early ’60s downtown Manhattan rock scene.“I’m very proud to be able to able to show New Yorkers that the band has such a big influence everywhere else: not only in America, but in Europe, in Japan, in South America,” Mr. Fevret told the New York Times. “It’s giving back to New York what New York gave us.”Tickets for the New York edition of “The Velvet Underground Experience” go on sale this Friday, August 17th. For more information about “The Velvet Underground Experience,” head here.[H/T Rolling Stone]last_img read more

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2 Mar
2021

Watch Bob Weaver a.k.a. Jon Fishman Twerk For The People At Phish’s 2018 Las Vegas Run [Full Video]

first_imgSetlist: Phish | MGM Grand Garden Arena | Las Vegas, NV | 11/2/18Set One: Cavern, Beauty of My Dreams, If I Could, Weigh, Sand, Back on the Train, Martian Monster, Mercury > Suzy GreenbergSet Two: Soul Planet > Down with Disease[1] > Guyute, Sneakin’ Sally Through the Alley > Light > Slave to the Traffic LightENCORE: Hold Your Head Up > Bike > Hold Your Head Up, Good Times Bad Times[1] Unfinished.This show was webcast via Live Phish. If I Could was played for the first time since July 29, 2014 (159 show gap). DWD included In the Summertime and Oye Como Va teases from Trey and was unfinished. Trey quoted Everything is Hollow in Sneakin’ Sally. The first HYHU contained a The Final Hurrah quote. Bike was played for the first time since September 4, 2015 (113 shows). On November 2nd, 2018 Phish returned to the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV for the penultimate show of their 2018 fall tour. Even within a run—and a tour as a whole—that stood out from the pack, Phish’s 11/2/18 performance was a clear highlight, a show that begs to be relistened to from start to finish on multiple occasions.From a first set featuring a rocking “Cavern” opener, the first “If I Could” since 2014, a searing “Sand”, a nearly-25-minute “Mercury” jam, and more to a second set studded with stellar jams and zero filler, this show was already cemented as a gem of a performance before the band stepped back onstage for their encore. Anything the band played for their curtain call on this night would have sufficed, but Phish had a few more tricks up their sleeves.When Trey Anastasio took a seat behind Jon Fishman‘s drum kit, it quickly became clear that this would not be your ordinary encore. As the drummer strolled to center stage, the band began “Hold Your Head Up”—a known portal to memorable Fishman antics. So the story goes, in their early days, the band would play this song at rehearsals when it was time to get serious. Trey, Mike Gordon, and Page McConnell used to find it hilarious. Fishman, not so much: the song would often prompt him to storm out of practice. From that inside joke, a live Phish tradition arose: When Argent‘s “Hold Your Head Up” pops up, Trey pulls out a Fishman nickname and Fish takes his turn in the spotlight for a light-hearted cover before running like an antelope out of control all around the stage. Whether Fishman still hates it or not, we can’t be sure. What we do know is that it brings out his silliest side, and that’s never a bad thing for those in the audience.Back to 11/2—With the “Hold Your Head Up” stage set, Trey introduced the man in the dress: “Ladies and gentlemen, put your “Faceplant Into Rock” hands together for Mr. Bob Weaver!” Fish responded in kind to Trey’s call to shenanigans: “The pressure is unbelievable. Thank god I don’t take anything seriously… Except music. I take music seriously. Now, now…and pretty much nothing else.” From there, Fishman led the band through an animated take on Syd Barrett‘s Piper At The Gates of Dawn chestnut “Bike”—his first rendition of the tune since Dick’s 2015—before serving up an actually-not-so-bad vacuum solo.Of course, no “Hold Your Head Up” sandwich is complete without the freak-out that follows, and this Fishman dance party did not disappoint. After showing the audience his appreciation (“This is the funnest job in the world. This is the funnest band in the world. Thank you so FUCKING much!”) and warning that he can’t really run around “because [his] hip sucks,” Fish commenced with some hilariously flailing dance moves. That dance quickly turned into a full-fledged twerk as Trey encouraged him from behind the drum set, fighting back laughter (“Twerk it! Twerk it! Twerk for the people, Bob Weaver!”).Energized by the crowd (and the twerking), and in spite of the fact that his hip sucks, Fishman delivered his crazed “HYHU” finale, taking a lap around the stage before winding up on top of Page’s piano with his arms triumphantly raised above his head. “Thank you,” he mused as the crowd roared. “That’s the most exercise I’ve had in a year.”As Fishman returned to his rightful spot behind the drum, a still-laughing Trey pondered “Where do you go after that, I mean, god damn. Bob Weaver! …Agh…I’m sorry, you guys, gimme a second here. It’s not often that you get to see something like that…Bob Weaver…”After another moment to collect his composure, Trey continued, “Fuck it, this is, like, an old show. Let’s do an old one…Agh…I don’t remember this one…We’re gonna try it,” before launching into Led Zeppelin‘s “Good Times, Bad Times” to cap the fantastic show.You can watch a full video of the “Hold Your Head Up”/”Bike” antics as well as close-up videos of Jon Fishman’s twerking prowess below:Phish – “Hold Your Head Up” > “Bike” > “Hold Your Head Up”[Video: Live For Live Music]last_img read more

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2 Mar
2021

Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators Announce Summer Tour Dates

first_imgSlash will head out on tour across North America as a solo artist this summer alongside singer Myles Kennedy (Alter Bridge) and their band, The Conspirators. The ongoing run of solo shows acts as continued promotion for the Guns N’ Roses guitarist, as Slash released his third studio album with Kennedy & The Conspirators back in late September with Living The Dream.The newly-announced summer tour will begin on July 15th with a show at The Warfield Theater in San Francisco. From there, the hard rock band will make stops at venues including Showbox SoDo in Seattle, WA (7/17); Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver, BC (7/18); Grey Eagle Resort & Casino in Calgary, AB (7/21); Rebel in Toronto, ON (7/29); The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY (7/31); Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN (8/6); Performance Pavilion at Sweetwater in Fort Wayne, IN (8/7); Harrah’s – Stir Cove in Council Bluffs, IA (8/9); Tabernacle Atlanta in Atlanta, GA (8/12); and wrapping with a show at the Hard Rock Live in Orlando, FL (8/13).Related: Watch Slash Surprise Young Guitarist Brandon ‘Taz’ Niederauer At ‘School Of Rock The Musical’ RehearsalSlash spent much of last year balancing tour schedules between playing stadiums with Guns N’ Roses’ as part of their ongoing Not In This Lifetime… Tour, and his own performances in theaters and more intimate concert halls alongside Kennedy and their band. The five-piece rock outfit actually kicked off their 2019 concert campaign early last month when their run of Asia and Australian shows began on January 8th in Singapore. Their lengthy run of international performances is scheduled to continue throughout February and well into the spring and early summer months, as they’re set to visit Europe, United Kingdom, Central America, South America, and back to Europe before returning to the U.S. come summer.Tickets for the summer dates will begin general on sale this Friday, February 8th at 10 a.m. local time. Fans can head over to Slash’s website for more information and tickets options. The full listing of North American tour dates can also be referenced below.Slash Tour Dates:July 15 – San Francisco, CA – The Warfield TheaterJuly 17 – Seattle, WA – Showbox SoDoJuly 18 – Vancouver, BC – Queen Elizabeth TheatreJuly 20 – Edmonton, AB – Edmonton Convention CentreJuly 21 – Calgary, AB – Grey Eagle Resort & CasinoJuly 23 – Winnipeg, MB – Burton Cummings TheatreJuly 25 – Milwaukee, WI – Pabst / Riverside / Turner HallJuly 26 – Windsor, ON – Colosseum at Caesars WindsorJuly 29 – Toronto, ON – RebelJuly 31 – Port Chester, NY – The Capitol TheatreAug. 1 – Northfield, OH – Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield ParkAug. 3 – Prior Lake, MN – Mystic Lake Casino HotelAug. 6 – Nashville, TN – Ryman AuditoriumAug. 7 – Fort Wayne, IN – Performance Pavilion at SweetwaterAug. 9 – Council Bluffs, IA – Harrah’s – Stir CoveAug. 12 – Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle AtlantaAug. 13 – Orlando, FL – Hard Rock Live OrlandoView All North American Tour Dateslast_img read more

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2 Mar
2021

Max Creek Announces First Album In 19 Years, Adds Celebratory 48th Anniversary Shows

first_imgJam band titans Max Creek has announced their plans to release their first studio effort in 19 years, 45 & Live, a double-disc release which follows 2000’s Live at the Connecticut Expo Center. The five-piece band—including guitarist Scott Murawski, bassist John Rider, keyboardist Mark Mercier, drummer Bill Carbone, and percussionist Jamemurrell Stanley—plans to release their forthcoming album during an upcoming two-night run at South Windsor, CT’s Telefunken Studios on February 22nd and 23rd, part of the band’s 48th-anniversary shows.Drummer Bill Carbone made a statement on his Facebook regarding the album release. As he explains,It’s a stone that I’ve been pushing up a mountain since 2015, along w tons of help from the Telefunken crew, the elusive Blue Clyde, and several others. I gave up on several occasions but my inner pain-in-the-ass finally prevailed. You’re looking at the proof of Linda’s beautiful album cover, and if you’re familiar with the scene, you’ll see the handiwork of many others when the double disc drops at the Telefunken shows later this month. If you haven’t been listening to Creek, NO MORE EXCUSES—this album is killer!Along with the band’s two-night Telefunken run in February, Max Creek will celebrate their 48th anniversary with appearances at Burlington, VT’s Higher Ground (2/15); Dover, VT’s Snow Barn (2/16); Woodstock, NY’s Levon Helm Studios (3/29); Pittsfield, MA’s Colonial Theatre (4/5); Hartford, CT’s Infinity Music Hall (4/19), as well as festival appearances at Greenfield, MA’s Strangecreek and Bath, NH’s Jerry Jam.Head to Max Creek’s website for more information and ticketing.Max Creek 2019 Tour DatesFri 02.15.19 Higher Ground S Burlington VTSat 02.16.19 Snow Barn Dover VTFri 02.22.19 Telefunken Studios S Windsor CTSat 02.23.19 Telefunken Studios S Windsor CTFri 03.29.19 Levon Helm Studios – Creekiversary Woodstock NYFri 04.05.19 Colonial Theatre – Creekiversary Pittsfield MAFri 04.19.19 Infinity Music Hall – Creekiversary Hartford CTSat 05.25.19 Strangecreek Greenfield MASat 07.20.19 Jerry Jam Bath NHView All Tour Dateslast_img read more

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2 Mar
2021

Umphrey’s McGee Continues Brooklyn Takeover With Members Of Snarky Puppy, TAUK, Huntertones [Audio/Photos]

first_imgOn Friday night, Umphrey’s McGee continued their ongoing Wax On, Wax Off tour with their second of three performances at Brooklyn Steel in Brooklyn, NY.Umphrey’s McGee Pulls Out Rarities, Covers Prince & Blue Öyster Cult In Brooklyn OpenerAs a special treat for NYC fans, Umphrey’s revived the horn-enhanced version of their cover of INXS‘s “What You Need”, which was originally debuted on New Year’s Eve at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia. For the set-closing cover, Umphrey’s welcomed out trumpeter Mike Maher (Snarky Puppy), trombonist Chris Ott (Huntertones), and saxophonist Dan White (Huntertones).The horn section returned in the second set for versions of Little Feat‘s “Fat Man In The Bathtub”, which was also debuted on NYE, and their own “Bad Friday”. To close the second set, the band welcomed percussionist Isaac Teel (TAUK) for “August”, which featured a “Human Nature” by Michael Jackson intro.Thanks to taper opsopcopolis, you can listen to the full show below:Umphrey’s McGee – 2/15/19 – Full Audio[Audio: opsopcopolis]Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee | Brooklyn Steel | Brooklyn, NY | 2/15/19Set 1: Maybe Someday > Push & Pull, Red Tape, Example 1 > Night Nurse > Little Gift, Wife Soup, What You Need[1]Set 2: Plunger > Turn & Dub, Fat Man in the Bathtub[1], Bad Friday[1], August[2]Encore: Much Obliged[3] > Kula[1] with Mike Maher on trumpet, Chris Ott on trombone, and Dan White on tenor saxophone[2] with Human Nature (Michael Jackson) intro from Ryan; with Isaac Teel and Jake on percussion[3] unfinishedUmphrey’s McGee | Brooklyn Steel | Brooklyn, NY | 2/15/19 | Photos: Capacity Images Photo: Chris Capaci Load remaining imageslast_img read more

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1 Mar
2021

All in this together

first_imgNumerous challenges face human resource administrators in higher education, ranging from recession-related woes to new social media technology to changing definitions of diversity.Strategies to deal with these challenges were hammered out by members of the New England Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC) — which assists member institutions in recruiting and retaining faculty and staff — during its general assembly on Wednesday (Oct. 27), hosted by Harvard University.As Jennifer Ivers, director of the New England HERC, put it: “We can do more together than we can separately.”About 85 people, representing approximately 45 New England colleges and universities, gathered in the Sheraton Commander Hotel to compare notes and exchange ideas on tough issues in recruitment, retention, and management of staff and faculty.“The greatest benefit about a day like today is the sharing of information among members, including members who have come from the same institutions and from across institutions,” said Elizabeth Ancarana, Harvard assistant dean for faculty development, who oversees HERC at Harvard.After a keynote address by Robert Drago, economist and research director at the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, and a presentation by Jamie Ladge, assistant professor at the Northeastern College of Business Administration, the group split into breakout sessions designed to develop strategies for 21st century academic workplaces.Timothy Austin, College of the Holy Cross vice president for academic affairs and dean of the college, facilitated a session on “Diverse Families in a Diverse Workforce.”“We spent quite a bit of our time defining diversity,” Austin said. “There was a time when gender and ethnic diversity were just about it. … The new ‘invisible’ diversity — sexual orientation, cultural diversity, generational diversity — is really complicating the picture.”Just because a person is born into a certain region or culture doesn’t necessarily make him or her representative of that region or culture, such as the Holy Cross teacher born in India and raised Catholic, Austin said.Many institutions are developing the concept of “affinity groups,” which allows employees to select their own identifying groups, Austin said. This helps to guide institutions in making groups feel welcome.Sometimes diversity goals conflict with one another, Ivers said. An institution may want diversity in both gender and in international representation. “There can be tension in approaching two equally important things,” Ivers said.Another HERC breakout group, which examined the impact of the recession on the workplace, began by focusing on the negative aspects but quickly transitioned into opportunities presented by hard times.“One of the things we talked about was networking; [the recession] has forced more networking within institutions and across departments and across institutions,” said Cheryl F. Whitfield, Northeastern University director of human resources programs and employee relations, who facilitated the session. Participants also discussed strategies for sharing resources and creating efficiencies with new technology.Recession also has affected leadership styles; leaders have become more inclusive and transparent, which may encourage employee loyalty, she said.“We are noticing an openness within and across institutions in communication: sharing ideas, sharing best practices, working together on a common cause,” said Ancarana, who participated in the session on the recession.The breakout session on “New Technologies” attracted the most participants, a bit of a surprise for organizers. It soon became clear why the topic was of such interest: Administrators are trying hard to do more with less and are weeding through huge numbers of products and systems, trying to determine which might be right for their particular needs, organizers said.Applicant tracking systems were a hot topic, as was social media. Most institutions are still learning about what Facebook, Twitter, and other applications will actually accomplish, said Pamela Nolan Young, director of human resources development for North Shore Community College. Institutions need training and specific policies and should be aware of  “negative branding” from participating in a public sphere, participants said.And yet, Young said, quoting North Shore colleague and staff associate Patricia DePamphilis, “Social media is where we’re getting our students from and where we’re going to get our employees from in the future. I believe it’s something that’s going to be used more widely in the future.”last_img read more

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1 Mar
2021

Moore than alright

first_imgThe Hasty Pudding Theatricals of Harvard University has chosen Julianne Moore as its 2011 Woman of the Year.The award festivities will begin at 2:30 p.m. on Jan. 27, when the award-winning actress will lead a parade through the streets of Cambridge. Afterward, the president of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals, Michael Barron ’11, and the vice president of the cast, Kyle Dancewicz ’11, will roast the actress and present her with her Pudding Pot at 3:15 p.m. at the New College Theatre, the Hasty Pudding’s home in the heart of Harvard Square since 1889. After the roast, several numbers from the Hasty Pudding Theatrical’s 163rd production “Kashmir If You Can” will be performed at approximately 3:40 p.m., and a press conference will be held at approximately 4:10 p.m.Moore, an actress of great range, has delivered outstanding work in both box office hits and independent features. Moore is the ninth person in Academy history to receive two acting Oscar nominations in the same year for her performances in “Far From Heaven” (best actress nomination) and “The Hours” (best supporting actress nomination). While lauded for her performances in dramatic films, such as “Boogie Nights,” “The End of the Affair,” and “A Single Man,” Moore has also received praise for her roles in comedic films such as “The Big Lebowski.”She made her Broadway debut in 2006 in the Sam Mendes production “The Vertical Hour,” and has a recurring role as Alec Baldwin’s love interest on NBC’s hit comedy “30 Rock.” She also has a children’s book series, “Freckleface Strawberry” and “Freckleface Strawberry and the Dodgeball Bully.”Moore most recently starred opposite Annette Bening and Mark Ruffalo in the acclaimed film “The Kids Are Alright,” for which she has earned a Golden Globe nomination. She will next be seen in “Crazy Stupid Love” opposite Steve Carell and Ryan Gosling, and in “Shelter,” also starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers.The bookend Man of the Year event will take place Feb. 4. The recipient of this year’s award will be announced next week.For more information on the events, contact Learah Lockhart ’12 at 917.399.4627, or by email at press@hastypudding.org.The awards are presented annually to performers who have made a lasting and impressive contribution to entertainment. Established in 1951, the Woman of the Year award has been granted to such talented entertainers as Meryl Streep, Katharine Hepburn, Julia Roberts, Jodie Foster, Elizabeth Taylor, and, most recently, Anne Hathaway. The Man of the Year award was established in 1963, and past recipients have included Clint Eastwood, Tom Cruise, Robert De Niro, Steven Spielberg, Harrison Ford, Anthony Hopkins, Bruce Willis, and, last year, Justin Timberlake.To purchase tickets to “Kashmir If You Can,” which will be performed at the New College Theatre, contact the Hasty Pudding Box Office at 617.495.5205. The show opens on Feb. 4 following the Man of the Year ceremony and continues in Cambridge until March 6. The show performs Wednesday through Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 4 and 8 p.m., and Sunday matinees are at 3 p.m. The company then travels to New York to perform at Hunter College’s Kaye Playhouse on March 11 and 12 at 8 p.m. (Call 212.772.4448 for tickets.) The tour continues to the Hamilton City Hall in Bermuda for performances March 17-19 at 8 p.m.last_img read more

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