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Watch Portugal. The Man Perform “Feel It Still” On Conan

first_imgPortugal. The Man are currently on an extensive U.S. tour in support of their recent Woodstock release. The Oregon-bred rock band performed an exhilarating version of their single “Feel It Still” on Conan last night with support from a four-piece string section in addition to their four-piece horn section. The full-bodied song took new shape in the late night television performance, gaining praise from Conan who called it “killer.”Watch “Feel It Still” by Portugal. The Man below:Don’t miss Portugal. The Man at Suwanee Hulaween, or in a city near you!Portugal. The Man Tour Dates:07/25 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre ~07/27 – Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues #07/28 – Berkeley, CA @ Greek Theatre: Berkeley *#07/29 – Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Palladium #07/30 – Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Palladium ^08/11 – Boulder, CO @ Fox Theatre & Cafe08/17 – Toronto, CA @ The Danforth Music Hall08/18 – Toronto, CA @ The Danforth Music Hall08/20 – Philadelphia, PA @ 104.5 Summer Block Party08/21 – Charlottesville, VA @ Sprint Pavilion08/22 – Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel08/23 – Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel08/24 – Nashville, TN @ Live on the Green08/25 – Indianapolis, IN @ The Hi-Fi09/09 – Oceanside, CA @ Oceanside Pier09/12 – Villeurbanne, FR @ Le Transbordeur09/13 – Lausanne, CH @ Les Docks09/14 – Winterthur, CH @ Salzhaus09/15 – Aarau, CH @ Kiff09/16 – Linz, AT @ Posthof09/17 – Wien, AT @ Ottakringer Brauerei09/18 – Munich, DE @ Muffathalle09/20 – Ghent, BE @ Autumn Falls Festival09/21 – Amsterdam, NL @ Insidestad Presents Festival – Paradiso09/22 – Berlin, DE @ Astra09/23 – Hamburg, DE @ Reeperbahn Festival09/24 – Karlsruhe, DE @ Substage09/26 – Manchester, UK @ Gorilla09/27 – London, UK @ Heaven09/28 – Paris, FR @ Bataclan09/29 – Lille, FR @ Le Splendid09/30 – Dortmund, DE @ Way Back When Festival10/02 – Bloomington, IL @ The Castle Theatre &10/03 – Memphis, TN @ Minglewood Hall &10/05 – Tulsa, OK @ Cain’s Ballroom %10/06 – Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall $10/08 – Austin, TX @ Austin City Limits Festival10/12 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Van Buren10/13 – El Paso, TX @ Plaza Theatre10/14 – Dallas, TX @ The Bomb Factory10/15 – Austin, TX @ Austin City Limits Festival10/17 – Birmingham, AL @ Iron City %10/18 – Knoxville, TN @ The Mill & Mine %10/20 – Guadalajara, MX @ C3 Stage10/21 – Monterrey, MX @ Parque Fundidora10/22 – Cuauhtémoc, MX @ Plaza Condesa10/24 – Port Chester, NY @ Capitol Theatre +10/25 – Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom +10/26 – Raleigh, NC @ The Ritz10/27 – Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore Charlotte &10/29 – Live Oak, FL @ Suwanee Hulaween 201703/02-06 – Punta Cana, DR @ My Morning Jacket’s One Big Holiday~ = w/ The Aces* = w/ Local Natives# = w/ Benjamin Booker^ = w/ Hanni El Khatib and Fatlip% = w/ Lido+ = w/ Maybird& = w/ Lido and Maybird$ = w/ Cut Copy and Lidolast_img read more

Bulldogs Swimmers Participate At Brebeuf Jesuit “Schools with No Pools” Invitational

first_imgThe Batesville High School Men’s and Women’s Swimming teams traveled to Indianapolis to swim in the iconic IU Natatorium against 17 other teams in the Brebeuf Jesuit “Schools with No Pools” Invitational. Overall, the Bulldogs had a great night of competition with the Lady Bulldogs coming in 8th and the Boys finishing in 4th. The sectional meet will be hosted at Columbus North High School in Columbus, IN. The women will compete in preliminary action on Feb 6 at 5:30pm with finals on Feb 8 beginning at 1:00pm. The boys will compete at the same location and timeframe two weeks later on Feb 20 and 22. Roncalli 307Cathedral 299Brebeuf 295Bishop Chatard 236Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter 221Guerin Catholic 160International 119Batesville 107Herron 105University 100Heritage Christian 92Oldenburg Academy 55Park Tudor 44Scecina Memorial 43Trinity Lutheran 40Greenwood Christian 32Owen Valley 22Lafayette Central Catholic 21 UP NEXTThe Batesville Bulldogs swim team will be closing out the season in the State Tournament with sectionals coming up in February.  BULLDOG TOP FINISHERSJV 200 Medley Relay (2nd, 2:11.72) — Joseph Shroder, Ciaran Tyrer, Derek VanSickle, Nathan Villani200 Medley Relay (1st, 1:48.97) — Will Johnson, Ben Moster, Ethan Brewer, Sean Callahan Quinn Rasnick — 200 Free (10th, 2:13.92); 500 Free (6:17.70)Grant Story — 200 Free (15th, 2:18.16)Sean Callahan — 200 IM (5th, 2:17.78); 500 Free (5th, 5:36.68)Ben Moster — 200 IM (10th, 2:22.23); 100 Breast (1st, 1:06.57)Joseph Shroder — JV 50 Free (2nd, 27.68)Austin Pohlman — JV 50 Free (3rd, 27.72)William Johnson — 50 Free (6th, 23.95); 100 Back (5th, 1:03.53)Ethan Brewer — 50 Free (11th, 25.16); 100 Fly (5th, 58.29)Mason Enneking — 50 Free (16th, 25.94)JV 200 Freestyle Relay (4th, 202.68) — Alex Livers, Story, Ean Loichginer, Vonley Hund200 Freestyle Relay (3rd, 1:39.79) — Moster, Brewer, Johnson, CallahanCiaran Tyrer — 100 Breast (11th, 1:13.07)Derek VanSickle — 100 Breast (13th, 1:14.50)JV 400 Freestyle Relay (4th, 4:26.04) — Shroder, Story, Pohlman, Kuisel400 Freestyle Relay (9th, 4:11.69) — Rasnick, Enneking, VanSickle, Tyrer JV 200 Medley Relay (6th, 2:47.27) — Kierra Brock, Lauren Voss, Callie Main, Abby Blomer200 Medley Relay (10th, 2:19.39) — Claire Sunderman, Lilly Wonnell, Maria Lopez, Gwen MartinMaria Lopez — 200 IM (12th, 2:42.92)Callie Main — JV 50 Free (2nd, 31.56)Sonja Gaulin — 50 Free (8th, 27.87); 100 Free (4th, 1:01.23)Gwen Martin — 50 Free (12th, 28.93); 500 Free (9th, 6:28.78)Paige Oldham — 50 Free (13th, 29.26)JV 200 Freestyle Relay (7th, 2:29.59) — Blomer, Brock, Voss, Ava Obermeyer200 Freestyle Relay (9th, 2:03.21) — Gaulin, Sunderman, Liz Loichinger, OldhamJV 400 Freestyle Relay (2nd, 4:59.72) — Loichinger, Main, Obermeyer, Wonnell400 Freestyle Relay (6th, 4:28.22) — Gaulin, Oldham, Lopez, Martin NOTABLES51% of all swims were personal bests (both teams); Girls 48%; Boys 53%Benjamin Moster was the lone individual event winner in the 100 BreastSean Callahan led the men’s team in individual scoring with 28 points; Sonja Gaulin led the women with 26 State qualifiers will continue to the IHSAA State meet the weekend following Sectionals. Meet results: https://www.swimcloud.com/results/176357/ Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Greg McMullen. Brebeuf Jesuit 294Cathedral 277Roncalli 260Batesville 221Lafayette Central Catholic 188Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter 161Guerin Catholic 155University 136Bishop Chatard 135International 118Herron 62Covenant Christian 52Heritage Christian 46Park Tudor 45Oldenburg Academy 30Scecina Memorial 12Owen Valley 11Trinity Lutheran 2 TEAM SCORESlast_img read more

Three takeaways from 2019 NBA awards show

first_imgGiannis Antetokounmpo was emotional for first MVPAntetokounmpo clearly appreciated winning such a prestigious award. He broke into tears while delivering his acceptance speech.The Bucks star entered the league as a raw, lanky teen in 2013 as the 15th overall pick. In just six seasons, he developed his skills and became the MVP.Giannis got emotional as he paid tribute to his family while accepting the #KiaMVP trophy. 🙏#NBAAwards pic.twitter.com/T8p5XH73cZ— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) June 25, 2019Antetokounmpo is now part of an elite group. The 2019 NBA awards took place Monday, and some of the biggest names in sports were honored.Current NBA players, basketball legends and others received recognition for their efforts on and off the court. Warriors’ Andre Iguodala on Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson: ‘Nobody’s going to the Knicks’ The best the NBA had to offer were simply dominant in their respective categories. TNT tried to mix things upShaquille O’Neal hosted the NBA awards and TNT made it a point to use his larger-than-life personality to amp up the crowd.The 7-1 icon, actor and analyst danced, sang and was even replaced by an imposter for a few minutes. It was interesting to say the least.Kenny and Chuck check in with “new Shaq” at the #NBAAwards. 😂 pic.twitter.com/KuicPjAsZu— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) June 25, 2019The coverage probably lasted a little bit too long, but at least there was an effort to make it entertaining. Here are three takeaways from the 2019 NBA Awards:There were no real surprisesMonday’s events went like most people expected them to.The players that were supposed to win did just that, so there weren’t any shocking reactions. Related Newslast_img read more