Inaugural Revival Experience To Feature Performances From Nathaniel Rateliff, Shakey Graves, Patty Griffin, More

first_imgThe first ever Revival Experience at Camp Lucy will bring artists and fans together for a truly intimate experience during the music week of SXSW in Austin, TX next month. The one-day event will take place on Wednesday, March 13th at the Camp Lucy ranch resort in Dripping Springs, TX, far off from all the crowded commotion on Sixth St. in downtown Austin that week. Revival Experiance will feature performances from Nathaniel Rateliff, Patty Griffin, Shakey Graves, Glorietta, Wild Child, Delta Spirit’s Matthew Logan Vasquez and many more.Other artists mentioned in the event announcement who are scheduled to perform at Revival Experience include Charley Crockett, The Texas Gentlemen, Nicole Atkins, Noah Gundersen, Carson McHone, Jason Robert Blum, and Vinyl Ranch. The 500 fans and attendees who make it to the event will be able to experience the performances with intimate stage setups without the traditional barriers and fencing between the stage and the audience. According to the announcement via press release, attendees will get the opportunity to engage with artists, influencers, and other fellow music lovers during the day and nighttime activities, which will stretch beyond just live performances.Related: Luck Reunion Announces 2019 Lineup: Willie Nelson & Family, Mavis Staples, Steve Earle, MoreIn addition to performances on the main stage, attendees will also get the chance to sit in on live recording sessions throughout the afternoon inside a nearby Chapel. Ticket holders who plan on staying in the Downtown Austin area during SXSW will be offered free shuttle transportation via charter buses to and from the event. The full performance schedule will be announced closer to the event date.Tickets for the one-day event, which includes general admission to all main stage performances, access to the recording sessions, and entrance to the official After Party, are on sale now and can be found at the official event website. Fans can reference the map below for a general layout of the event.last_img read more

Arsenal must sign a top class striker and Welbeck could be a good option, says club legend

first_imgArsenal legend Frank McLintock has told Arsene Wenger he must sign another top class striker if Olivier Giroud is ruled out long-term.Wenger fears Giroud will be missing until the New Year with an ankle injury and, according to McLintock, there is no one in the current squad who can replace the Frenchman.Yaya Sanogo is the only other recognised striker, while Theo Walcott, Lukas Podolski and Alexis Sanchez have been used in central roles before, but McLintock insists none of those players have the necessary qualities to fill in for Giroud.“He [Wenger] badly needs another top class striker,” said McLintock, speaking on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast.“Sanogo, he is quite sprightly and works very hard, but technically he is way behind being a player that can play for one of the teams in the top four.“When you look at Man City and one or two of the other clubs up there they are way ahead of us as far as centre forward positions [are concerned].“I know he has mentioned Podolski playing there and Walcott playing there and occasionally they can play there, but not if a player like Giroud is out for two or three months.“When you are running form the wide positions there is room and you can see everything in front of you but when you move to a centre forward role, with your back to goal against tight defences, I don’t think it works very often at all.“A guy who scores you 25 goals a season often wins you a championship, and I don’t think we have got that.”Arsenal have been linked with a move for Manchester United forward Danny Welbeck, and McLintock believes he would be a positive signing.“I think he would be a good addition,” he added.“He is still a young lad, he has had a lot of experience playing for Man United and he would give us a definite option, because last year Giroud was running himself into the ground.“There were some games where he was very tired and we had no one really to step into that position.”last_img read more