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Victor Wooten Announces First Album In Five Years, Adds New Tour Dates

first_imgVictor Wooten has announced a new album TRYPNOTYX, due out September 8, 2017–marking the five-time GRAMMY award-winning bass player’s first release in five years. In support of the album, Wooten will hit the road with the Victor Wooten Trio this fall following previously-announced dates with Béla Fleck & The Flecktones, of which he is a founding member.Produced by Wooten, TRYPNOTYX features legendary drummer Dennis Chambers (Bootsy Collins, Santana), veteran saxophonist Bob Franceschini (Mike Stern, Paul Simon), and also features singer Varijashree Venugopal and comedian/voicetrumentalist Michael Winslow (Police Academy).“Music is a great way – and a safe way – to teach just about any life principle,” Wooten insists in a press release. “To be in a band, you have to listen to each other. Bands are at their best when every instrument is different, not the same. Everyone takes turns talking. Everyone speaks their voice. A lot of times musicians might ask, ‘What would you like me to play?’ I say, “Listen to the music. The music will tell you exactly what it needs.”Check out Victor Wooten’s full tour schedule below.VICTOR WOOTEN ON TOUR w/Béla Fleck & The FlecktonesAugust 2 – Carnegie Music Hall – Pittsburgh, PAAugust 3 – Celebrate Brooklyn – Brooklyn, NYAugust 4 – Newport Jazz Festival – Newport, RIAugust 5 – The Egg – Albany, NYAugust 6 – The Filene Center – Vienna, VAAugust 8 – Count Basie Theater – Red Bank, NJAugust 9 – Longwood Gardens – Kennett Square, PAAugust 10 – Smith’s Opera House – Geneva, NYAugust 11 – Chautauqua Institute – Chautauqua, NYAugust 12 – Freedom Hill – Detroit, MIAugust 13 – PNC Pavilion – Cincinnati, OHAugust 15 – Denver Botanic Gardens – Denver, COAugust 16 – Red Butte – Salt Lake City, UTAugust 18 – Mountain Winery – Saratoga, CAAugust 20 – Wiltern Theater – Los Angeles, CAVICTOR WOOTEN TRIO TOURSeptember 28-October 1 – Jazz Alley – Seattle, WAOctober 2 – Rev Hall – HE – Portland, OROctober 3 – OK Theater – Enterprise, OROctober 4 – Cargo – Reno, NVOctober 5-6 – Yoshi’s – Oakland, CAOctober 7 – Musicbox – San Diego, CAOctober 26 – The Ark – Ann Arbor, MIOctober 27 – Rex – Pittsburgh, PAOctober 28 – Woodlands – Columbus, OHOctober 29 – C2G Music Hall – Fort Wayne, INOctober 30 – Headliners – Louisville, KYNovember 1 – Blue Note – Columbia, MONovember 2 – Vogue – Indianapolis, INNovember 3 – Songbird Guitar Museum – Chattanooga, TNNovember 4 – Beachland Ballroom – Cleveland, OHNovember 5 – City Winery – Chicago, ILNovember 7 – Madrid Theater – Kansas City, MONovember 8 – Gothic Theatre – Denver, CONovember 9 – Caribou Room – Nederland, CODecember 8-9 – The Sinclair – Cambridge, MADecember 10 – The Egg – Albany, NYDecember 12 – Brooklyn Bowl – Brooklyn, NYDecember 13 – Towne Crier – Beacon, NYDecember 14 – Anthology – Rochester, NYDecember 15 – Keswick Theatre – Glenside, PADecember 16 – 9:30 Club – Washington, DClast_img read more

Big East basketball-only schools lean toward breaking away from conference, according to reports

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on December 13, 2012 at 12:47 pm Contact Ryne: [email protected] Related Stories Never the same: The Big East’s era as an elite basketball conference comes to an end with Syracuse’s departureBig East to add Tulane for all sports, East Carolina for football in 2014Rutgers will leave Big East after accepting invitation to join Big TenACC votes to add Louisville to fill void left by MarylandBig East : Conference to announce Memphis as addition in all sportscenter_img The Big East’s seven schools without Football Bowl Subdivision programs are leaving the conference and plan to announce the decision “within a week barring an unexpected change of plans,” CBSSports.com reported Thursday.The schools’ presidents and Big East commissioner Mike Aresco gathered for a teleconference on Thursday morning, and ESPN reported on Thursday a statement from the university presidents about the schools’ futures would come in the next 24 to 48 hours.The seven schools — Georgetown, Villanova, Providence, St. John’s, Marquette, Seton Hall and DePaul — played a large role in building the league’s rich basketball tradition since the conference was founded in 1979. Aresco hoped to keep the conference in tact, but the Catholic schools with premier basketball programs won’t stay after all the departures in the last year, according to the article.Syracuse and Pittsburgh — two top basketball programs — started the shift in the conference when they announced they would leave for the Atlantic Coast Conference last September. West Virginia would follow in October and Rutgers announced their move to the Big Ten this fall. The Big East added nine schools in the last year to account for the departures, rebranding itself as the first conference to stretch from coast to coast.But that new image was far from the one revolving around basketball when it was formed in 1979.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe seven schools hold a majority vote and could dissolve the league, giving them the ability to keep the name and contract for the Big East tournament at Madison Square Garden, but it wasn’t clear whether they would take that approach, according to The New York Post.Butler, Dayton, Xavier and St. Louis — top basketball programs in the Atlantic 10 — are among the possible schools that the Big East programs would target in creating their own basketball conference, according to the articles. Commentslast_img read more