Beloved Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh is keeping himself busy these days, whether its performing with his own band or sitting in with the many groups that perform at his venue, Terrapin Crossroads. The San Rafael, CA locale will see Lesh play with a number of groups next weekend, as he’s been announced for shows during three consecutive nights at Terrapin.The first comes next Thursday, April 7th, when Lesh joins North Mississippi All-Stars’ guitarist Luther Dickinson & The Cooperators. Lesh and Dickinson have a long history together, as they’ve collaborated many times in the past. On the next evening, April 8th, Lesh will play with Americana band Goodnight, Texas, and his son Grahame Lesh’s band Midnight North will open.Finally, Lesh will perform with Jason Crosby & Friends on April 9th, which features venue regulars Stu Allen, Scott Law, and Jay Lane. Jason’s brother Chris Crosby will play bass when Lesh isn’t sitting in. Basically, this looks to be a Phil & Friends set, just one where Lesh doesn’t perform for the whole show.The Lesh-filled weekend looks to be a great one! More information here.
Today, The Rolling Stones announced two additional U.S. tour dates following their initial 2019 “No Filter” U.S. stadium tour announcement last week.In addition to their initial 13 scheduled performances, The Rolling Stones have added a second show at East Rutherford, NJ’s MetLife Stadium on June 17th as well as a second show at Chicago, IL’s Soldier Field on June 25th. The band had previously announced a show in East Rutherford on June 13th and in Chicago on June 21st.A fan pre-sale for the two newly added dates starts tomorrow, November 29th at 10 a.m. local time here. Tickets for the newly announced dates, as well as The Rolling Stones’ initial 13 U.S. tour dates, go on sale to the general public this Friday, November 30th at 10 a.m. local time.For more information on ticketing and The Rolling Stones’ upcoming tour dates, head to the band’s website here.The Rolling Stones No Filter U.S. Tour:April 20th, 2019 – Miami Gardens, FL @ Hard Rock StadiumApril 24th – Jacksonville, FL @ TIAA Bank FieldApril 28th – Houston, [email protected] NRG StadiumMay 7th – Glendale, AZ @ State Farm StadiumMay 11th – Pasadena, CA @ The Rose BowlMay 18th – Santa Clara, CA @ Levi’s StadiumMay 22nd – Seattle, WA @ CenturyLink FieldMay 26th – Denver, CO @ Broncos Stadium at Mile HighMay 31st – Washington, D.C. @ FedExFieldJune 4th – Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial FieldJune 8th – Foxborough, MA @ Gillette StadiumJune 13th – East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife StadiumJune 17th – East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife StadiumJune 21st – Chicago, IL @ Soldier FieldJune 25th – Chicago, IL @ Soldier FieldView All Tour Dates
Jo Adell, earlier this week ranked the No. 2 prospect in baseball by Baseball Prospectus, is among the non-roster players the Angels have invited to major league spring training.Adell, 19, was also ranked the No. 6 prospect in baseball by Baseball America.The Angels’ top pick in the 2017 draft, Adell just hit .290 with 20 homers in his first full pro season, rising to Double-A.Right-hander Griffin Canning, the Angels’ second-round pick out of UCLA in 2017, was also invited to big league camp. Jose Suarez, the Angels No. 2 pitching prospect, will also be in camp, as a member of the 40-man roster. Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Top prospects Jahmai Jones and Matt Thaiss have also been invited back for their second big league camp.Jared Walsh was invited to camp and listed as a two-way player. An outfielder and first baseman, Walsh began getting formal instruction as a pitcher in the fall.In all, the Angels invited 21 players. Pitchers Miguel Almonte, Alex Meyer, Matt Ramsey, Jeremy Rhoades, Forrest Snow and Canning; catchers Dustin Garneau, Jack Kruger, Julian Leon, Keinner Pina and Roberto Peña; infielders Wilfredo Tomar, Jones and Thaiss; outfielders Peter Bourjos, Brennan Lund, Jarrett Parker, Cesar Puello, Adell and Marsh; and Walsh.Related Articles Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error