Beloved jammers TAUK continue to take the country by storm! The group has announced an extensive second leg of their fall tour, coming on in support of their new album Sir Nebula, which is due out on September 16th. The band had previously revealed a first tour leg taking them from coast to coast, and round two sees the band hitting hot spots throughout the Southern and Northeastern United States as well.Among that exciting tour schedule is a performance at The Howlin’ Wolf in New Orleans, coming on November 12th. Presented by Live for Live Music, this New Orleans show will feature support from Naughty Professor, merging some great local funk with the progressive offerings of TAUK’s instrumental fusion. Tickets for this exciting performance can be found here!The full tour announcement can be seen below, and you can catch the band’s full tour schedule in the artwork posted below. New Sir Nebula TAUK Tour Dates10/15/16 – TBD11/9/16 – Three Links – Dallas, TX11/10/16 – The Parish – Austin, TX11/11/16 – Last Concert Cafe – Houston, TX11/12/16 – The Howlin’ Wolf – New Orleans, LA (Presented by Live for Live Music) ^11/13/16 – Duling Hall – Jackson, MS11/15/16 – 1904 Music Hall – Jacksonville, FL11/16/16 – The Social – Orlando, FL11/17/16 – Crowbar – Tampa, FL11/18/16 – Variety Playhouse – Atlanta, GA11/19/16 – New Mountain Theatre – Asheville, NC11/30/16 – Charleston Pour House – Charleston, SC12/1/16 – The Broadberry – Richmond, VA12/2/16 – Baltimore Soundstage – Baltimore, MD %12/3/16 – Chameleon Club – Lancaster, PA %12/7/16 – The Westcott Theater – Syracuse, NY %12/8/16 – Putnam Den – Saratoga Springs, NY12/9/16 – Higher Ground – Burlington, VT12/10/16 – The Outer Space (Ballroom) – Hamden, CT ^ with Naughty Professor% with Consider the Source[Photo credit: Dylan Langille]
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Long Island is forecast to have a wet week on tap, but Memorial Day weekend revelers can expect clear, sunny skies with temperatures in the 70s, just in time for beach season to return.The chance of rainy weather Monday will continue into Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, according to Upton-based meteorologists with the National Weather Service.The predictions alternate between a likelihood of showers and thunderstorms. Fog will continue from Monday into Tuesday.After it clears up Friday, the forecast calls for a mostly sunny Saturday and Sunday with the good weather continuing into Memorial Day on Monday.
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The chairman of the extreme right Turkish Nationalist Movement Party (MHP), Devlet Bahceli openly threatened Greece and Cyprus. Speaking to his party’s parliamentary group on 26 February, Bahceli said: “If the Greek Cypriot administration wants to, it can emigrate to Athens,” he said. “The Greek Cypriots must understand that Cyprus is Turkish, is home of the Turks.”Commenting on the recent increasing tensions between the two countries in the Aegean Sea as well as the longstanding Cyprus issue, Mr. Bahceli said that Turkey would respond to the Greek moves in the Aegean as it had done in the past, Tornos News reports.“The union is a fantasy… The Greek Cypriot administration wants to unite with Greece. If they do, they must leave the island and emigrate to Athens… Why do the Turks accept such absurdity?” Bahceli said. “Cyprus is legacy of our heroes, it cannot be abandoned,” he stated.“If the Greek-Cypriots want to unite with Greece at all costs they must leave the island and migrate to Athens and never return back.”Expending on the Greek-Turkish confrontations in the Aegean and using Greece’s top military official’s visit to the Greek island of Oinouses claiming it belongs to Turkey.“Someone must explain to this spoiled brat to not try our patience,” Bahceli said referring to his Greek counterpart. “The Greek Foreign Minister is making threats,” he continued, “Greece besieged with hostility the islands and islets that were not won in the Balkan wars and not to given to them in Lausanne. They must unconditionally put an end to this occupation. Their behavior must be based on international standards.”“If they (Greeks) want to fall into the sea again, if they want to be hunted down, they are welcome, the Turkish army is ready. Someone must explain to the Greek Government what happened in 1921 and 1922. If there is no one to explain it to them, we can come like a bullet in the Aegean and teach them history all over again.”