ESPN Announces 2017 WNBA Season Broadcast Schedule

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The 2016 – ’17 NBA season is winding down as the playoffs are in full swing, but for those wanting their basketball fix even after the season ends, ESPN and its networks have the answer.

The WNBA’s 2017 season officially tips off May 13 at 5 p.m. ET on ESPN.  Ryan Ruocco will have the call for the game.  He will be joined by analyst Rebecca Lobo for additional commentary. Reporter Holly Rowe will be courtside for all of the latest in-game news and interviews.

The team of Ruocco, Rowe and Lobo won’t be the only well-known names scheduled to appear on espnW throughout its WNBA 2017 season broadcast schedule.  Pam Ward and LaChina Robinson will both appear on select games, too.  Prim Siripipat will serve as a studio analyst for the network’s broadcast schedule this season.

The worldwide leader in sports will carry coverage of 16 WNBA games this season beginning with the season opener between the Los Angeles Sparks and Seattle Storm.  Along with its 16-game broadcast schedule for the league’s regular season, ESPN’s networks will also carry full coverage of the league’s postseason.

This season’s broadcast schedule includes two matchups between the Sparks and Lynx (July 6 and Aug. 27), three games featuring the Storm and three featuring the Washington Mystics.  The New York Liberty and Dallas Wings each have three games on the network’s schedule, too.  ABC, which is also part of the ESPN family of networks, will carry full coverage of the 2017 WNBA All Star game Saturday, July 22 at 3:30 p.m. ET.  espnW’s full broadcast schedule for the 2017 WNBA season is noted below.

Date                  Time (ET)                                   Game                                   Network

Sat, May 13       5 p.m.            Seattle Storm at Los Angeles Sparks            ESPN

Thu, May 18      7 p.m.             Minnesota Lynx at New York Liberty            ESPN2

Tue, May 23      8 p.m.             Connecticut Sun at Minnesota Lynx             ESPN2

Tue, May 30      7 p.m.           Los Angeles Sparks at New York Liberty      ESPN2

Tue, Jun 6        8 p.m.             Washington Mystics at Dallas Wings            ESPN2

Tue, Jun 13      10 p.m.            Dallas Wings at Los Angeles Sparks           ESPN2

Fri, Jun 23        8 p.m.            Washington Mystics at Minnesota Lynx        ESPN2

Thu, Jun 29      8 p.m.              Seattle Storm at Connecticut Sun                ESPN2

Thu, Jul 6         8 p.m.             Los Angeles Sparks at Minnesota Lynx        ESPN2

Tue, Jul 18       9 p.m.                  Chicago Sky at Seattle Storm                    ESPN2

Sat, Jul 22       3:30 p.m.                WNBA All-Star Game 2017                        ABC

Tue, Jul 25       8 p.m.               New York Liberty at Minnesota Lynx            ESPN2

Thu, Aug 3      8 p.m.                 Atlanta Dream at Minnesota Lynx                ESPN2

Thu, Aug 10    8 p.m.                 Phoenix Mercury at Dallas Wings                ESPN2

Wed, Aug 16   7 p.m.         Los Angeles Sparks at Washington Mystics      ESPN2

Thu, Aug 24    9 p.m.            Los Angeles Sparks at Phoenix Mercury         ESPN2

Sun, Aug 27    7 p.m.            Minnesota Lynx at Los Angeles Sparks           ESPN2

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Audiences Of All Ages Will “Dig” PBS Kids’ New ‘Dinosaur Train’ DVD

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PBS Kids’ hit science-based series Dinosaur Train is one of the network’s biggest hits.  That is because of its ability to make science fun with its combination of trains and dinosaurs—two things that almost every child loves.  Over the course of its now four seasons on television, the series has entertained and educated audiences of all ages with that expert balance of material.  That entertainment and education continued in a big, new way with the new “movie” What’s at The Center of the Earth?  The program, which sees the Pteranodon family diving deep into the earth and learning even more new lessons.  That story is, in itself, one of the key elements to discuss in examining the program in its recent DVD release.  The DVD’s namesake movie” isn’t the only story presented in its new home release.  Four other episodes are included with the DVD’s main story.  That will be discussed later.  The viewing options presented to audiences rounds out the most important of this DVD’s elements.  Each element is important in its own right to the DVD’s presentation.  All things considered, Dinosaur Train: What’s at The Center of the Earth? proves to be a presentation that audiences of all ages will *ahem* dig.  Yes, that terrible pun was fully intended.

PBS Kids’ latest Dinosaur Train DVD What’s at The Center of the Earth? is a release that audiences of all ages will “dig.”  That is due in part to the story at the center of its main feature.  The story takes the Pteranodon kids and their dad on a ride deep into the earth with Mr. Conductor and his nephew in search of a spot for a new underground train station.  It is not the first time the series has seen the Pteranodon family digging for gems and other items.  It is, though, the first time that the show’s writers have taken its main characters so deep into the earth.  They have gone beneath the waves many times, into the skies and all around the prehistoric world.  This time though, is the first time the writers have taken audiences so deep into the earth. It should be noted though, that the Drill Train doesn’t go to the center of the earth, but it does take the kids pretty deep regardless.  To that end, the DVD’s main story proves to be an integral piece of its overall presentation.  It is just one part of what makes the DVD such an enjoyable presentation.  The companion stories included with the DVD’s main feature play a pivotal part in its presentation, too.

The main feature of PBS Kids’ new Dinosaur Train DVD is in itself a key part of its presentation.  That is because it is such an original work, considering the series’ history so far.  It is only one of the elements that should be discussed in examining the DVD in whole.  The companion episodes that are included with the main feature are important to note, too.  All four episodes are taken from the series’ fourth season (its latest season).  The first pairing—‘Nest Swap’ and ‘The Herd is the Word’—originally aired together March 18, 2016.  ‘Spinosaurus Super Model’ came much later in the season’s run while ‘Where Have All The Lizards Gone?’ aired almost halfway through the season.  The episodes are not presented in the same chronological order here in which they were presented during their original broadcasts, but the fact that they all come from the same season—the series’ latest season no less—shows that a certain amount of thought was put into their inclusion.  It keeps all of the episodes as close together as possible.  What’s more, the stories presented within each episode each differ from one another, ensuring audiences’ engagement even more.  Keeping all of this in mind, the extra episodes included in What’s at the Center of the Earth? are just as important to the DVD’s overall presentation as the DVD’s main feature.  The viewing options presented to audiences round out the most important of the DVD’s elements.

The story at the center of What’s at the Center of the Earth? and that story’s companion episodes collectively establish a solid foundation for this latest Dinosaur Train DVD’s presentation.  That is due to their content and the fact that they all come from the same season, rather than being from all four seasons.  While the episodes themselves are so pivotal to the DVD’s presentation, they are not its only important elements.  The viewing options used for those episodes is important to discuss, too.  Audiences will be happy to know that they can watch the episodes one at a time or in linear fashion.  When audiences choose the “Play All Episodes” option, that option still presents solid break points between episodes and the mid-show segments with Dr. Scott that allow viewers plenty of time to stop if needed.  Watching the episodes in non-linear style separates the mid-show segments from the episodes and the episodes from each other, too.  Simply put, regardless of what options audiences choose, both options prove to be positive for viewers.  When this is considered along with the DVD’s episodes and their stories, the whole proves to be a presentation that once again, audiences of all ages will “dig.”

PBS Kids’ new Dinosaur Train DVD What’s at the Center of the Earth? is a program that, in its recent home release, that audiences of all ages will “dig.”  The story at the center of its main feature supports that statement in part.  The companion episodes that come with that central feature strengthen that statement even more.  The DVD’s viewing options round out its most important elements.  Each element is important in its own right to the DVD’s overall presentation.  All things considered, they make this DVD yet another enjoyable offering from PBS Kids and its hit series.  They make it a DVD that the whole family will “dig.”  It is available now in stores and online, and can be ordered online direct via PBS’ online store.  More information on this DVD is available along with more Dinosaur Train activities, news and more at:

 

 

 

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IFC Films Bringing New Romantic Dramedy To Audiences Next Month

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IFC Films has a new romantic dramedy on the way this spring.

Between Us will be released exclusively on DVD on Tuesday, May 16. The movie made its original limited theatrical release on January 6, 2017 and stars Ben Feldman (Mad Men, Superstore, Cloverfield) and Olivia Thirlby (Juno, Dredd, No Strings Attached) as thirtysomethings Henry and Diane in the story’s lead roles.

After dating for six years, the couple’s relationship is put to the test when both meet someone else on one fateful night.  The results of those chance meetings could have lifelong impacts on all involved.

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Zombie Motors Wrecking Yard’s Debut LP Is Good, Not “Super”

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Zombie Motors Wrecking Yard’s debut album Supersonic Rock ’N Roll is a good start for the Australian hard-rock outfit.  However it is not as super as its title leads listeners to believe.  Even with that in mind, listeners should know that while not a total success, it is also not a total loss.  That is thanks in part to the musical arrangements presented throughout the course of the album’s 10 songs.  This will be discussed shortly.  For all of the good that those arrangements do for this record, the album’s sequencing detracts from the record’s presentation just as much.  This will be discussed later. Even as much as the record’s sequencing hurts its overall presentation, its mixing and production make up for that negative, coupling with the arrangements directly to make the album a work that, in whole is still worth an occasional listen.

Zombie Motors Wrecking Yard’s debut album Supersonic Rock ‘N’ Roll is not the best hard rock album to be released so far this year, but it is still an enjoyable start for the Australian-based hard rock outfit.  That is because over the course of its 11-songs it completely destroys its competition.  That is made evident first and foremost through the songs’ musical arrangements.  The songs’ arrangements take the best elements of Motorhead, Clutch and Pantera, mixes them with a healthy dose of stoner rock sounds for a whole that ensures listeners’ maintained engagement.  ‘Dead Smile,’ which comes very early in the album’s sequencing solidly supports that comparison thanks to the vocal delivery of the band’s front man “Mark” and the song’s dual guitar attack.  “Mark’s” vocal delivery instantly conjures thoughts of Motorhead front man Lemmy Kilmister while the song’s guitar attack just as quickly conjures thoughts of Clutch’s finest riffs.  On another note, the arrangement at the center of ‘Bad Boy Benny’ mixes elements of Clutch with AC/DC for a sound that will keep listeners just as engaged as ‘Dead Smile.’  It is much more down tempo than ‘Dead Smile’ (much like the majority of the record’s second half—this will be discussed later), but is no less heavy in its presentation.  To that end, that it is still an impressive composition in its own right, and shows again why the record’s musical arrangements are so important to the record’s overall presentation.  ‘Grind The Grinder,’ the record’s opener is one more example of why its musical arrangements are so important its overall presentation.  The song’s powerhouse guitar riffs and vocals couple with the song’s vocals to create a composition that is one part Pantera, one part Motorhead, one part Clutch and all rock and roll.  The rest of the songs featured throughout the record are musically similar to the works noted here.  Al things considered, they proves the record’s overall content to be the backbone of its presentation.  While the record’s content proves to be solid throughout, its sequencing sadly is not as solid.

The musical arrangements presented throughout the course of Supersonic Rock ‘N’ Roll’s body collectively create a solid foundation for its presentation.  That is thanks to the fact that the arrangements take the best of so many stoner and hard rock acts that have come before and melds them into one.  The end result is 10 songs that clearly pay homage to ZMRY’s forebears while also creating the band’s own musical identity.  While the record’s musical arrangements are impressive, the sequencing of those arrangements is not as impressive.  As many other critics have already pointed out, the album’s first half is a full-throttle (bad pun fully intended) rock and roll ride.  However, the record’s second half, while still heavy in its own right, is much slower than the first half.  The reason that this is so problematic is that the change in style is so sudden.  Varying the songs’ energy throughout the record’s 31-minute run time would have been far wiser than taking the course of action presented here.  That is the case even with the album ending on the same upbeat tempo on which it started.  That lack of variance in the songs’ energies is ultimately a major detractor to the record’s presentation.  It makes the record a good start, but far from super or even supersonic.  Even as much of a problem as the album’s sequencing proves to be for its presentation, it is not enough to make the record a total loss.  The album’s mixing and production couple directly with the album’s musical arrangements to make it an album that is worth an occasional listen.

The overall sequencing used for Supersonic Rock ‘N Roll’s body is a negative that cannot be ignored in examining the album’s overall presentation.  One can’t help but wonder who made the final choice in deciding the final ordering of the album’s songs.  As much of a problem as this poses, it does not make the album a total loss.  The album’s production and mixing couple directly with its arrangements to make the songs overall well worth the listen.  At no point throughout the songs do any of the separate parts overpower one another. Given, sometimes the song’s vocals get muddied and lost a little bit within the music, making understanding what is being said a little difficult.  However, this never becomes too much of an issue.  Again, the same can be said of the other parts throughout each song.  Those behind the boards are to be commended for their attention to each part’s power.  It is thanks to their work that the record’s full impact is felt from start to finish (again despite the sequencing).  Bringing everything full circle, that wise work finishing each song is what brings out the influences of the bands which this fledgling band emulated.  Taking that into account, the two elements do enough to make up for the record’s not so wise sequencing and make it overall, a record that is well worth the occasional listen by any hard rock purist.

Supersonic Rock ‘N Roll is a good start for Zombie Motors Wrecking Yard.  However, it is not super or supersonic.  It is not a total loss, though.  Powerful musical arrangements that channel the likes of Motorhead, Pantera, Clutch, and even AC/DC couple with production and mixing that expertly brings out those influences.  Their coupling makes up for sequencing which was anything but wise.  All things considered, while the record was a good start for the Australian-based band, it shows there is still room for growth, which gives some hope for the band’s future.  Supersonic Rock ‘N Roll is available now.  More information on this record is available online now along with all of the band’s latest news and more at:

 

 

 

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Trombone Shorty Launches ‘Parking Lot Symphony’ Support Tour

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Trombone Shorty hit the road this week in support of his latest album Parking Lot Symphony.

Shorty, whose real name is Troy Andrews, launched his latest slate of live dates Monday in New York City.  His next live performance will be May 4 at Shorty Fest at the House of Blues in New Orleans, LA.  Andrews’ latest tour also includes a performance at The Ritz Raleigh on Saturday, June 3, Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre in Wilmington, NC on June 4 and The Fillmore in Charlotte, NC on Sept. 26 as well as performances in Pennsylvania, Montana, Texas and many other states across the country.

The current schedule for Trombone Shorty’s new tour is noted below.

TROMBONE SHORTY & ORLEANS AVENUE – TOUR DATES (new dates in bold):

May 4 – Shorty Fest 2017 @ House of Blues – New Orleans, LA

May 7 – New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival

May 20 – Central Washington University Concert Hall – Ellensburg, WA

June 2 – Dominion Arts Center – Richmond, VA

June 3 – The Ritz – Raleigh, NC

June 4 – Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre – Wilmington, NC

June 6 – Ridgefield Playhouse – Ridgefield, CT

June 8 – Burlington Discover Jazz Festival – Burlington, VT

June 9 – Ocean City Music Pier – Ocean City, NJ

June 10 – Boarding House Park – Lowell, MA

June 11 – College Street Music Hall – New Haven, CT

June 15 – Sherman Theater – Stroudsburg, PA

June 16 – Westbury Theater – Westbury, NY

June 17 – Aura – Portland, ME

June 24 – Bayou Boogaloo & Cajun Festival – Norfolk, VA

June 29 – Meijer Gardens Amphitheater – Grand Rapids, MI

June 30 – Summerfest – Milwaukee, WI

July 1 – Grandview Park Bandshell – Sioux City, IA

July 2 – ESSENCE Festival – New Orleans, LA

August 3 – Freeman Stage at Bayside – Selbyville, DE

August 4 – Newport Jazz Festival – Newport, RI

August 5 – Summer Spirit Festival – Columbia, MD

August 14 – Wilma Theatre – Missoula, MT

August 16 – Red Rocks Amphitheater – Morrison, CO

August 17 – Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre – Salt Lake City, UT **co-headline with St. Paul & The Broken Bones**

August 19 – Edgefield – Troutdale, OR **co-headline with St. Paul & The Broken Bones**

August 20 – Woodland Park Zoo – Seattle, WA **co-headline with St. Paul & The Broken Bones**

August 22 – Mountain Winery – Saratoga, CA **co-headline with St. Paul & The Broken Bones**

August 24 – Green Music Center – Rohnert Park, CA **co-headline with St. Paul & The Broken Bones**

August 25 – Avila Beach Amphitheater – Avila Beach, CA **co-headline with St. Paul & The Broken Bones**

August 26 – The Chelsea – Las Vegas, NV **co-headline with St. Paul & The Broken Bones**

August 27 – Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre – San Diego, CA **co-headline with St. Paul & The Broken Bones**

August 30 – Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles, CA **co-headline with St. Paul & The Broken Bones**

September 14 – ACL Live at the Moody Theater – Austin, TX

September 15 – Aztec Theater – San Antonio, TX

September 16 – Pavilion at the Music Factory – Irving, TX

September 19 – House of Blues – Houston, TX

September 20 – Saenger Theater – Mobile, AL

September 21 – Tabernacle – Atlanta, GA

September 23 – Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival – Franklin, TN

September 24 – Bourbon & Beyond Festival – Louisville, KY

September 26 – The Fillmore – Charlotte, NC

September 28 – Jannus Live – St. Petersburg, FL

September 29 – Revolution – Ft. Lauderdale, FL

September 30 – Revolution – Ft. Lauderdale, FL

October 1 – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – Ponte Vedra, FL

October 10 – Orpheum Theater – Boston, MA

October 11 – The Fillmore – Philadelphia, PA

October 13 – Terminal 5 – New York, NY

October 14 – Terminal 5 – New York, NY

October 20 – Palace Theater – St. Paul, MN

October 21 – Riviera Theatre – Chicago, IL

October 23 – Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, Canada

October 24 – Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, Canada

October 26 – The Fillmore – Detroit, MI

October 27 – Egyptian Room at Old National Centre – Indianapolis, IN

Along with his new live dates, Andrews has also released the latest single from his new album.  ‘No Good Time,’ the record’s third single, is out now.  It is streaming online now here.  The song mixes elements of gospel, blues, jazz and R&B for an interesting new offering.

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Hayes Announces Release Date For New Horace Silver Tribute Record

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Famed jazz drummer Louis Hayes will has announced the release date for his next full-length studio recording.

Serenade For Horace will be released Friday, May 26 via Blue Note Records.  The album is a tribute to his friend Horace Silver, who was an accomplished and respected composer, pianist and band leader.

“I wanted to do this recording for Horace Silver because I wanted jazz fans to hear his music and I wanted to honor his memory,” Hayes wrote in the album’s liner notes.  “Horace and I always stayed in touch ever since I first worked with him.  When he got to the point he wasn’t feeling too well, I went to see him and one day he said to me, “Louis, you’re a part of my history.”  I thought about what that meant and I began thinking about how to take Horace’s music and his legacy into the future.”

The album’s lead single ‘Song For My Father’ is available now for download through various digital outlets.  It features vocals from Grammy® Award-winning vocalist Gregory Porter.  The 11-song record can be pre-ordered online now here, and features 10 classic Horace Silver compositions along with Hayes’ original work, ‘Hastings Street.’

Serenade for Horace’s full track listing is noted below.

The track listing for Serenade for Horace is as follows:

  1. Ecaroh
  2. Señor Blues
  3. Song for My Father feat.Gregory Porter
  4. Hastings Street
  5. Strollin’
  6. Juicy Lucy
  7. Silver’s Serenade
  8. Lonely Woman
  9. Summer in Central Park
  10. St. Vitus Dance
  11. Room 608

In anticipation of the album’s release, Hayes has scheduled a three-night stint at Dizzy’s Club at Jazz at Lincoln Center from May 29 – 31.  The dates also coincide with Hayes’ 80th birthday.

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Reel Big Fish Is Going On A Special “Beer Run” This Summer

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Reel Big Fish is hitting the road this summer for a new string of live dates.

The band announced this week it will embark on what it has dubbed “The Beer Run” beginning June 9 in Destin, Fla.  The roughly month-and-a-half-long tour will take the band across the country for performances in the Midwest, northeast, southeast, southwest and northeast.  It includes performances in North Carolina, Colorado, California, and many other states.

The tour’s title comes from the fact that many of the band’s upcoming live dates will be at festivals that focus on local breweries, lectures and the craft beer industry in general.  The Expendables, The Queers and Tunnel Vision will serve as support on various dates throughout the tour.  Tickets for the shows can be purchased now.

The full schedule for “The Beer Run Tour” is noted below.

‘The Beer Run’ Tour Dates:

6/9/17 – Destin, FL – Club L.A.
6/10/17 – Cape Canaveral, FL – The Port – Exploration Tower (Outdoors) 
6/11/17 – Fort Lauderdale, FL – Revolution

6/12/17 – St. Augustine, FL – St. Augustine Amphitheatre (Outdoors) 
6/14/17 – Knoxville, TN – The International
6/15/17 – Greensboro, NC – Arizona Pete’s
6/16/17 – Wilmington, NC – The Throne Theater
6/17/17 – Silver Spring, MD – The Fillmore Silver Spring

6/18/17 – Ocean City, MD – Seacrets Nite Club
6/20/17 – Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore Philadelphia 
6/21/17 – Westerly, RI – Paddy’s Beach Club (Outdoors)

6/22/17 – Hampton Beach, NH – Bernie’s Beach Bar (Outdoors) 
6/24/17 – Hartford, CT – Webster Theater

6/25/17 – Asbury Park, NJ – The Stone Pony
6/27/17 – Huntington, NY – The Paramount 
6/29/17 – Portland, ME – Aura

6/30/17 – Buffalo, NY – Woods at Bear Creek (Outdoors) 
7/1/17 – Columbus, OH – Newport Music Hall
7/3/17 – Des Moines, IA – Simon Estes Amphitheater (Outdoors)

7/6/17 – Lawrence, KS – Granada Theatre
7/7/17 – Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey Live! 
7/8/17 – Corpus Christi, TX – The Pavilion @ Concrete Street (Outdoors)

7/9/17 – Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall 
7/11/17 – Colorado Springs, CO – The Black Sheep

7/12/17 – Boulder, CO – Boulder Theater 
7/13/17 – Billings, MT – Zoo Montana (Outdoors)

7/14/17 – Helena, MT – Lewis and Clark Brewery Annex (Outdoors) 
7/15/17 – Garden City, ID – Revolution Concert House

7/16/17 – Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
7/18/17 – Santa Cruz, CA – The Catalyst 
7/19/17 – Fresno, CA – Woodward Park Rotary Amphitheater (Outdoors)

7/21/17 – Anaheim, CA – Out of the Park – Ska-Mic Con (Outdoors)
**Some markets will be participating in an experiential beer festival, with local breweries, tastings, lectures and more!

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