2 Mar
2021

City Of The Sun Announces Extended Residency At Blue Note Jazz Club

first_imgBlue Note Jazz Club and City Of The Sun have just announced an upcoming prolific late night residency, spanning from October 2016 through January 2017, at the Blue Note Jazz Club on weekend nights at 12:30AM. Following a recent sold out headlining performance at Irving Plaza on Fri, Oct 14, City Of The Sun is gearing up for four Blue Note late night shows, promising to deliver surprise special guests and new original music.City of the Sun is an instrumental post-rock trio based in Brooklyn, NY. Formed in 2011, COS features guitarists John Pita, Avi Snow, and percussionist Zach Para. They gained their initial popularity in NYC playing the streets and subways, then graduated to selling out major New York venues. Performing at Ted talk conferences and Sofar Sounds secret shows helped to bring their worldly, “genre-bending” sound to more ears––cross-country and world-wide. Their live LP, “to the sun and all the cities in between” was released in March 2016, landing at #12 on the Billboard Jazz Albums chart.To get you in the mood for the upcoming residency, City Of The Sun has shared a teaser video for their brand new song “Sugar.” Check out the exciting new video below, exclusively via L4LM.The residency will include four dates in total: October 28th, November 11th, November 26th, and January 6th. Tickets for each show can be found by clicking the corresponding date. You can also find out more information about the band and shows by heading to the band’s website.We can’t wait for this exciting residency! Check out the full run artwork below.[Cover photo by Drex Drechsel]last_img read more

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8 Feb
2021

Can I take painkillers before or after a COVID-19 vaccine?

first_imgIt’s best to avoid certain painkillers before and after getting a COVID-19 vaccine, unless you routinely take them for a medical condition. Although the evidence is limited, some painkillers might curb the very immune system response the vaccine is trying to generate. Symptoms such as arm soreness, fever, headaches and body aches are common after a vaccine and are signs the body is mounting a defense against the virus. Medical experts say people should not take painkillers preventively before getting a vaccine unless a doctor has advised them to.last_img

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17 Sep
2020

Aigbogun Picks 18 Players for All Africa Games

first_imgAigbogun has kept faith with the bulk of the players who were part of the training camp in Germany before the FIFA U-20 World Cup held in Poland May/June this year.Plateau United’s Ibrahim Abubakar will captain the team while there is a return to the squad for Success Makanjuola, Chinonso Emeka, Peter Eletu, Collins Sor and Rabiu Mohammed who all featured at the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Poland.The Flying Eagles will start their campaign in the football event on Friday, 16th August against Burkina Faso in Rabat.Captain of the team, Ibrahim Abubakar told reporters yesterday that the team will do its best to put Nigeria on the podium at the continental Games.“We have been preparing hard at training and the coaches have also been talking to us and telling us about the importance of the competition,” he said.“I know Nigerians want us to do well and we want to make sure we make them proud by doing all we can to go as far as we can at the Games. This is a great opportunity for me and my teammates to make the nation proud and we are determined to do so,” Abubakar added.Nigeria’s Fixtures at the All-Africa Games16/08/2019- Nigeria v Burkina Faso, Stade Hassan Moulay, Rabat20/08/2019- South Africa v Nigeria, Stade Hassan Moulay, Rabat23/08/2019 Nigeria v Morocco, Stade Hassan Moulay, Rabat18 FLYING EAGLES FOR RABAT 2019Goalkeepers: Detan Ogundare (Kogi United), Matthew Yakubu (Clique Sports)Defenders: Rabiu Mohammed (Plateau United), Mike Zaruma (Plateau United), Habibu Sadiq Yakubu (Rarara FC), Victor Arikpo Eteng (Sidos FC), Sanusi Abdulmutallif (Katsina United) Flying Eagles Coach Paul Aigbogun has released his final list of 18 players who will represent Nigeria at the 12th All-Africa Games starting this week in Morocco.The U-20 team has been training in Abuja for the past two weeks as they prepare for Africa’s showpiece multi-sport event. The team of 18 players and their officials will fly out to Morocco on Wednesday morning. Paul Aigbogun Midfielders: Peter Eletu (Prince Kazeem FC), Adewale Oladoye (Water FC), Liameed Quadri (36 Lion), Samuel Nnoshiri (Heartland), Abubakar Ibrahim (Plateau United) Forwards: Emeka Chinonso (Brookhouse), Success Makanjuola (Water FC), Collins Sor (36 Lion), Saeed Jibril (Plateau United), Ahmad Ghali (MFM), Adesina Gata (Wikki TouristsShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

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