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Tomorrow, for fun Im going to begin our tour team profiles. Nike Air Max 2016 Dames . Youll get to know each crew member, and what they do from morning till night … Their gig is not an easy job and I think giving you the opportunity to see what their day is like will be quite interesting and informative. Check back tomorrow for more updates, and Ill let you know how tonights show went. L.A.M.F. JB Wednesday, November 19 What an outstanding show in Quebec city last night! The band has hit Midshore stride only shows in… Feeling invincible! Always nice to catch up with old friends, and hey, whenever you have the opportunity to have laundry on the road by the singer himself, you just cant pass that up - Thanks JM! We left at 2am after the gig and our outstanding lead to bus driver Randy tracked through 1070 KMs in record time. So yesterday, I promised to spice this diary thing up a little bit by doing profiles on members of the team that you normally dont get to know very well … The first member up to bat is James Welsh. On this run James is taking care of all drums and percussion and all bass and keyboards for both Stuart and I. Born: December 25, 1980 Age: 33 Occupation: Backline technician Question: So what got you interested in working with bands on the road? Answer: I was always working on guitars and other instruments at home and I always love traveling on my own time so its cited to do both at the same time. Question: How long of you been doing this as a career? Answer: Overall Ive been at this for 15 years but professionally over the last six years solid. Question: What is the most interesting thing that is ever happened to you while touring on the road, and with what band was it? Answer: Probably the most interesting thing Ive ever gotten to do touring was go to Afghanistan with the band Default. We did a show for the troops and spent a week on the base, got to travel around and meet all the different soldiers and see what they do day to day and what they were doing over there. Well, there you have it crew profile No. 1 done. James was a splendid candidate - tomorrow you get to meet none other than Bruce Nicol, the infamous guitar tech extraordinaire. Well, we just arrived in Halifax and its time for me to go run off the beers I drank last night. Catch you tomorrow ... L.A.M.F. JB Thursday, November 20 Just playing a little catch up here … Last night I was fortunate enough to go see Sarah McLachlan for the second time in a few weeks… Our good friend Brent Clark is her lighting designer and has done work with The Tea Party many times in the past. Having friends in the industry has a lot of perks and this is definitely one of them … The lighting show was truly outstanding and I have always been such a huge fan of Sarahs, that its a pleasure to see her working with full band, acoustically or at a production like this in her hometown of Halifax. This morning was a bit of a run around as the band had both television for the Maritimes and Q104 rock radio as well … Im on the bus right now warming up for our show at the Olympic Hall. Some pretty cool staging although, its not tall enough to support our amazing album artwork backdrop … Pretty geeked about doing another show in Halifax I must say. Something pretty cool happened today also while we were shopping at a music store across the street from the venue. A young guy, a drummer, was trying to buy some sticks but didnt have enough money, so I asked him what weight and model he used and it was very similar to mine. I told him to put his money away, and followed me to the venue. I gave him three pairs of sticks and put him on the guest list, because it really sucks when youre young musician and you can afford the tools you need to make your art, and then when you finally do make it everything seems to come for free or at a discounted price … It was a nice feeling to say the least. I was going to profile Bruce, the guitar tech today but he works so hard that hes had to crash before the show and grab a well-deserved nap. Come to think of it, I think Ill spread these profiles out a little bit more anyway so I dont inundate you with nothing but crew profiles over the next few days … We have three weeks more after all! Ill check in tomorrow once we are in Moncton for the casino show… Ill let you know how tonight show goes but I can guarantee you already its going to be outstanding! ;) Follow me on Twitter here: @burrowsdrums L.A.M.F. JB Heren/Dames Adidas NMD Runner Zwart/Grijs/Zilver High Top Sneaker . 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Noesi (3-6) struck out five and walked two in 6 2-3 innings, bouncing back from a shaky outing against the Los Angeles Angels. The right-hander pitched for Seattle for parts of three seasons before he was traded to Texas after two April relief appearances. Noesi pitched in three games for the Rangers before he was let go again. Chicago claimed him off waivers April 25, and the crisp performance against the Mariners made him 3-5 with a 4.13 ERA in 14 games with the White Sox. "Yeah, it did cross my mind," Noesi said of pitching against Seattle, "but if I put it in my mind I would get lost trying to do too much." Chicago finished with just two hits after it had four in Saturdays 3-2 loss in 14 innings. But Conor Gillaspie scored on a wild pitch in the first and Noesi combined with two relievers on a five-hitter. Eric Surkamp got Robinson Cano to fly out with the bases loaded for the final out of the seventh, and Jake Petricka pitched two innings for his third save in four chances. The solid relief work came one day after the White Sox blew a 2-0 lead in the ninth inning. "We didnt swing the bats extremely well," Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon said. "Balls we did hit hard they made great plays on. Thats the way it goes. Thats baseball." Seattle right-hander Taijuan Walker (1-1) lasted just four innings in his second start of the season. The 21-year-old Walker, one of baseballs top pitching prospects, struggled with his control in his first loss in five major leaguue appearances. Yeezy Boost 350 Wijn Rood Zwart Belgie Adidas Schoenen Heren/Dames. The White Sox took advantage of Walkers wildness to grab the lead in the first. Gillaspie walked with two outs, advanced to third on Jose Abreus single and scored when Walker threw his first of two wild pitches on ball four to Adam Dunn. Walker then got Alexei Ramirez to bounce into a fielders choice, ending the threat. The White Sox left a runner in scoring position in each of the first five innings. Walker allowed two hits and struck out three while throwing 83 pitches on a humid day. He tossed six innings in a 10-4 victory at Houston last Monday in his season debut. "Command of my fastball wasnt there," Walker said. "Definitely going to go back and watch video and figure out whats going on with that." Dustin Ackley and Brad Miller had two hits apiece for the Mariners, who had won five of six. Gillaspie also walked in the third before he left with a bruised right knee after he was hit by a pitch from Dominic Leone in the fifth inning. Gillaspie took a few shaky steps toward first before he was replaced by pinch-runner Leury Garcia. "It sounded bad and he seemed like he couldnt do anything, so we had to take him out," Ventura said. Second base umpire Dana DeMuth also departed in the fifth with a strained hamstring after colliding with White Sox second baseman Gordon Beckham. The game continued with three umpires. NOTES: It was Noesis first win since June 9 against Detroit. ... Petricka has a string of eight consecutive scoreless appearances covering 11 innings, lowering his ERA to 1.85. "His progression and his rise through the bullpens been pretty impressive," Ventura said. ... Seattle returns home to face Minnesota in the opener of a four-game series Monday night. Mariners RHP Hisashi Iwakuma (6-4, 3.33 ERA) and Twins RHP Kevin Correia (4-10, 4.95) are slated to pitch the first game. ... The White Sox begin a four-game set at Boston on Monday night. RHP Scott Carroll (2-5, 5.05 ERA) takes on Red Sox RHP Clay Buchholz (3-4, 6.22) in the series opener. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' ' 
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