The Montana-born bluegrass outfit, The Kitchen Dwellers, recently announced that their sophomore album, Ghost In The Bottle, will be released on April 21st. To get fans hyped for its debut, The Kitchen Dwellers let us get a sneak peak of the first single off of Ghost In The Bottle, a track called “Visions of More.” “Visions of More” is a soulful and soaring tune, which also features Mihali Savoulidis of Twiddle, recalling last year when Twiddle and The Kitchen Dwellers teamed up for a number of dates during the fall. You can listen to the premiere of The Kitchen Dwellers’ “Visions of More” featuring Mihali Savoulidis for yourself below, exclusively through Live For Live Music!“Visions of More” along with the rest of The Ghost In The Bottle were recorded in Colorado at both Mountain Star Studio in Nederland and Desert Rose Studio in Durango. Produced by Leftover Salmon’s resident banjo magician, Andy Thorne, and mixed and masted by Grammy-winning sound engineer A.G. Lunsford, the album is a triumphant studio work for the Kitchen Dwellers, who haven’t released an album since their 2013 self-titled debut. The album has eleven tracks, and in addition to Twiddle’s Mihali Savoulidis, Anders Beck of Greensky Bluegrass, Tim Carbone of Railroad Earth, and Bill Payne of Little Feat all make guest appearances on the record.To celebrate The Ghost In The Bottle’s release, The Kitchen Dwellers will hold two Colorado album-release parties, one on April 20th at The Fox Theatre in Boulder and one on April 21st at The Bluebird Theater in Denver, before embarking on an extensive summer tour to promote the album. You can pre-order Ghost In The Bottle off of the Kitchen Dweller’s website here. While you’re there, you can snag tickets for this upcoming tour, dates of which can also be found on their website or listed here below the album art.The Kitchen Dwellers 2017 Upcoming Dates3/17 Crystal Bay, NV @ Crystal Bay Casino $3/18 Mammoth Lakes, CA @ Rafters Restaurant & Lounge4/6 Whitefish, MT @ Casey’s Whitefish4/7 Livingston, MT @ Pine Creek Lodge4/8 Billings, MT @ The Pub Station4/20 Boulder, CO @ Fox Theatre %4/21 Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater %4/22 Breckenridge, CO @ The Historic Brown4/24 Columbus, OH @ Woodlands Tavern4/25 Buffalo, NY @ Buffalo Iron Works4/26 Burlington, VT @ Nectar’s4/27 Albany, NY @ The Hollow4/28 New York, NY @ The Gramercy Theatre ^4/29 Baltimore, MD @ Charm City Folk & Bluegrass Festival5/1 Chattanooga, TN @ Revelry Room5/2 Nashville, TN @ Acme Feed & Seed5/3 Roanoke, VA @ Martin’s Downtown5/4 Virginia Beach, VA @ Doc Taylor’s5/5 Berkeley Springs, WV @ Sleepy Creek SpringDig5/6 Stanhope, NJ @ The Stanhope House5/10 Cambridge, MA @ Toad Cambridge5/11 Northampton, MA @ Iron Horse Music Hall5/12 Hamden, CT @ The Space5/13 Blain, PA @ Spring Pickin’ Bluegrass Festival5/18 Pittsburgh, PA @ James Street Speakeasy5/19-20 Scranton, PA @ Susquehanna Breakdown5/24 Asbury Park, NJ @ The Saint5/25 Philadelphia, PA @ World Cafe Live5/26-28 Cumberland, MD @ Delfest5/26-28 Chillicothe, IL @ Summer Camp Music Festival6/9-11 Haugen, MT @ Silver Cloud Campout6/22-25 Bond, CO @ Beanstalk Music and Arts Festival7/13-16 North Plains, OR @ Northwest String Summit8/3-5 Ozark, AR @ Homegrown On The River* w/ Robin Davis Duo# String Cheese Incident Pre-party$ String Cheese Incident After-party% Album Release Party w/ Part & Parcel and Kind Country^ w/ Cabinet
Trainer Evanna McCutcheon is keen to have the option of the Group Three as she is worried conditions may not be suitable for the seven-year-old at Royal Ascot. “We’ve not ruled it out,” she said. Press Association Maarek could turn up in Saturday’s Weatherbys Ireland Greenlands Stakes at the Curragh after putting up one of his best ever performances at York last week. “There’s very little rain forecast before Ascot when you look at the long range forecasts, there could be some warm weather. “He’s come out of York fine and there’s a bit of rain forecast at the end of this week at the Curragh which would suit him down to the ground. “Whether he runs this week or not will not affect whether he goes to Ascot, there’s still plenty of time. “There’s a race in France for him in early June but that might be getting a bit close. “The way he won at York, giving a lot of weight to a Group One winner, you’d have to say it was one of his best runs last week.” Eddie Lynam’s Slade Power, a winner at Ascot on Champions Day, also has the option along with stablemate Viztoria. Aidan O’Brien has a few interesting entries with Darwin, Guerre, Due Dilligence and Fountain Of Youth among his possibles. Kevin Ryan’s Hamza may travel over from North Yorkshire while Dermot Weld’s Alkaaser, also in the Irish 2,000 Guineas, could take in the sprint instead.
SHAUN Marsh and Steve Smith each hit centuries as Australia, bidding to end a disappointing series on a high, built a first-innings lead over Sri Lanka in the third Test yesterday.Australia have already lost the three-Test series but are in a good position to claim a consolation victory after finally scoring 300, having failed to do so in the last four innings.Marsh and Smith closed day two on scores of 64 and 61 respectively and their strong partnership was maintained on day three, opener Marsh reaching 130 before being dismissed while captain Smith went for 119.Rangana Herath’s 6-81 quelled Australia’s hopes of taking a significant lead in Colombo, with a meek performance from the middle and lower order seeing them bowled out for 379 in response to Sri Lanka’s 355.But the tourists claimed the scalp of nightwatchman Dilruwan Perera (8) before the close, as play was called for the day with the hosts trailing by two runs on 22-1.Resuming on 141-1, Marsh and Smith picked up where they had finished day two in a magnificent stand of 246.Marsh, whose innings featured 19 fours, brought up his fourth Test hundred when a Dilruwan Perera (2-129) delivery came off his glove as he attempted to sweep, sending the ball to fine-leg boundary.Smith’s 15th Test ton arrived less than four overs later with a well-worked single to midwicket, but his 473-ball partnership with Marsh came to an end when the latter chopped a Suranga Lakmal (1-54) delivery on to his stumps.A superb turning ball from Herath saw Smith stumped by Kusal Perera, with Moises Henriques (4) then falling in the same fashion.The slew of wickets continued but Mitchell Marsh (53) kept the scoreboard ticking over, enjoying particular success through the off-side on the way to a half-century that enabled Australia to move ahead.But he found little in the way of support from the rest of the middle-order, Adam Voges (22) and Peter Nevill (14) both going cheaply to Herath and Dilruwan Perera.Herath ended Mitchell Marsh’s resistance before removing the tail with little difficulty. However, Australia were provided with further reason for hope late in the day, Sri Lanka’s decision to move Dilruwan Perera up the order backfiring when he was trapped lbw by Mitchell Starc (1-19).(OmniSport)SRI LANKA 1st innings 355 (D. Chandimal 132, D. de Silva 129; M. Starc 5-63)AUSTRALIA 1st innings (overnight 141-1)D. Warner c K. Perera b D. de Silva 11S. Marsh b Lakmal 130S. Smith stp. K. Perera b Herath 119A. Voges lbw b Herath 22M. Henriques stp. K. Perera b Herath 4M. Marsh c K. Mendis b Herath 53P. Nevill lbw b D. Perera 14M. Starc not out 9N. Lyon c K. Mendis b D. Perera 3J. Hazlewood b Herath 0J. Holland c Mathews b Herath 1Extras: (b-4, lb-9) 13Total: (all out, 125.1 overs) 379Fall of wickets: 1-21, 2-267, 3-275, 4-283, 5-316, 6-353, 7-367, 8-376, 9-377.Bowling: D. Perera 44-4-129-2, D. de Silva 7-0-2-1, R. Herath 38.1-11-81-6, L. Sandakan 19-0-70– 0, S. Lakmal 13-0-54-1, A. Mathews 4-1-5-0.SRI LANKA 2nd inningsD. Perera lbw b Starc 8D. Karunaratne not out 8K. Silva not out 6Extras: 0Total: (for 1 wickets, 5 overs) 22Fall of wickets: 1-8.Bowling : M. Starc 3-0-19-1, N. Lyon 2-0-3-0.
MIAMI – A tropical depression in the Caribbean headed toward Florida on Saturday and was expected to become the first named storm of the 2006 Atlantic hurricane season. The depression formed earlier in the day, nine days after the official start of the season, but the poorly organized system was not expected to become a hurricane, according to the National Hurricane Center. “It will be relatively weak in terms of wind, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to be weak in terms of rainfall,” senior hurricane specialist Stacy Stewart said. The system, which had maximum sustained wind near 35 mph, would be named Alberto if it reaches the 39 mph threshold for a tropical storm. “The media overplays this; they get people very scared,” said Tim Roberts, a Fort Lauderdale condo owner who was visiting Tallahassee. “Sure, when the time comes to be alarmed, yes, but don’t make more out of it until it’s time.” Scientists predict the 2006 season could produce up to 16 named storms, six of them major hurricanes. Last year’s hurricane season was the busiest and most destructive in recorded history. Hurricane Katrina devastated Louisiana and Mississippi and was blamed for more than 1,570 deaths in Louisiana alone. Mike Martino lost his Navarre Beach home twice in the past two hurricane seasons – first to Hurricane Ivan in 2004, and never got to move into a new home built on the same lot because Hurricane Dennis wiped it out in 2005. Instead of rebuilding again, he moved to the mainland. Martino, who rents kayaks, bikes and surfboards out of his store in Navarre Beach, worried that the weather would do more economic damage than property damage. “I know that we have weather coming, so I can’t have weekly rentals, it’s all going to have to be done by the day,” he said. The 2005 Atlantic hurricane season was the busiest in 154 years of storm tracking, with records set for the number of named storms (28) and hurricanes (15). Forecasters used up their list of 21 proper names (beginning with Arlene and ending with Wilma) and had to use the Greek alphabet to name storms for the first time.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2At 5 p.m. EDT, the depression was centered in the Caribbean Sea about 50 miles west of Cabo San Antonio on the western tip of Cuba, forecasters said. It was moving north-northwest near 6 mph. The hurricane center recommended tropical storm warnings for the Cuban provinces of Pinar Del Rio and the Isle of Youth. Over the next three days, the system is expected to move through the Yucatan Channel into the southeastern Gulf of Mexico, then toward Florida where it could make landfall Monday or Tuesday somewhere between South Florida and the western tip of the Panhandle, forecasters said. The depression’s outer rainbands stretched Saturday to the southern tip of Florida, and heavy rain was forecast over the state’s Gulf Coast and the Florida Keys through Monday. State officials pleaded with residents to update their hurricane preparedness plans but most shrugged at the news.