Mumford & Sons Welcome Metallica’s Lars Ulrich, Austin High Marching Band At Austin City Limits [Videos]

first_imgOn Sunday night, British folk-rock outfit Mumford & Sons offered up a headlining performance on the final night of weekend two at Austin, TX’s Austin City Limits. The band fronted by Marcus Mumford welcomed Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich and the Austin High Marching Band at different points throughout their set at Zilker Park.Mumford & Sons Announce Inaugural Agora Del Mar 2020 Destination EventMumford & Sons opened up their ACL performance with “42”, which was followed by a mix of fan-favorites and newer material off of the band’s 2018 Delta LP. Towards the middle of their set, the band welcomed the Austin High Marching Band for a special collaborative effort on “The Cave”, which appears on Mumford & Son’s 2009 debut studio album, Sigh No More. According to JamBase, previous collaborations between Mumford & Sons and the Austin High Marching Band took place in 2011 and 2012.Mumford & Sons ft. Austin High Marching Band – “The Cave”[Video: Karma Koma]Following “Ditmas”, “Slip Away”, “Picture You”, and “Darkness Visible”, Marcus Mumford welcomed Ulrich to play drums on the set-closing”The Wolf”, off of 2015’s Wilder Mind. Following a brief break, Mumford & Sons returned to open up their five-song encore on their B stage with “Reminder” and “Awake My Soul”. The band closed out their performance with “Woman”, “I Will Wait”, and “Delta”.Mumford & Sons ft. Lars Ulrich – “The Wolf”[Video: Karma Koma]Head to Mumford & Sons’ website for a full list of the band’s upcoming tour dates, ticketing, and more information.Setlist: Mumford & Sons | Austin City Limits | Austin, TX | 10/13/2019Set: 42, Guiding Light, Little Lion Man, Holland Road, Beloved, Lover of the Light, Tompkins Square Park, Believe, Blind Leading the Blind, Rose of Sharon, The Cave*, Ditmas, Slip Away, Picture You, Darkness Visible, The Wolf^Encore: Reminder, Awake My Soul, Woman, I Will Wait, Delta* w/ Austin High marching band^ w/ Lars Ulrich on drumslast_img read more

Restaurants Offer Free Meals to Vets on Veteran’s Day

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreVeterans are getting a big thank you from companies that are providing free meals and discounts in honor of Veterans Day this week. Applebees, Golden Corral, Chili’s and Hooters are all offering free meals to vets, both active and retired, while Outback Steakhouses are giving away Bloomin’ Onions. Applebees – All of the the nearly 1,900 restaurants are offering a free meal to veterans and active-duty service members across the U.S., with 7 entrées to choose from. Active duty, reserved and retired vets are all welcome on Thursday, Nov. 11. (Drinks and tips not included.) The chain expects to serve more than one million meals this year. Last year, lines formed even before the doors opened and tables were packed. Golden Corral – To date, Golden Corral restaurants have provided over 2.5 million free meals to veterans. This year, their 9th annual Golden Corral Military Appreciation dinner will be held on Monday, November 15, 2010 from 5 pm to 9 pm in all Golden Corral Restaurants nationwide. The free “thank you” dinner is available to any person who has ever served in the US Military, National Guard or Reserves. Last year’s Military Appreciation Monday served over 335,000 soldiers with a free dinner buffet and beverage. The chain has also contributed over $4.1 million to the Disabled American Veterans organization. Click here to locate one near you.Chili’s – Participating Chili’s are offering a free meal on Thursday to all military veterans past and present, with a choice from 6 entrees. (Drinks and tips not included.) Locate a store and call ahead to confirm participation.Outback Steakhouses nationwide are offering their appreciation to veterans and active duty military with a free Bloomin’ Onion and Beverage (one non-alcoholic drink). Available at every Outback in the country on Veterans Day.Outback doesn’t wait until a November holiday to show its support to soldiers. In 2002, Outback sent a team of volunteer employees to Afghanistan to feed American troops. Since then, Outback has made a total of 7 trips to the Middle East bringing a much needed taste of home to 150,000 troops. Earlier this year, Outback invited its guests to order off its “Red, White & Bloomin” Menu and donated $1 Million to Operation Homefront, a non-profit organization that serves veterans.Hooters – Hooters is offering a free meal anytime on Thursday to military veterans and active duty personnel, with a choice of  specialty items. (A drink purchase is required.)For discounts at other stores and attractions, visit www.themilitarywallet.com.Vets should be sure to bring their military ID cards with them.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMorelast_img read more

Bar honors Rep. Kerner

first_imgBar honors Rep. Kerner REP. DAVE KERNER, D-Palm Springs, center, was recently recognized by Bar leaders for his ongoing advocacy for the preservation of the judicial branch as a co-equal branch of government and his help to adequately fund the judiciary. Also pictured is Bar President-elect Ramón Abadin, left, and President Greg Coleman, right. February 1, 2015 Regular Newslast_img read more

Runner Completes His Journey From The Kenai Peninsula To Key West, Florida

first_img“Today was the final day and I made it, and it’s been the adventure of a lifetime,” said Kostelnick upon his arrival into Key West. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享An ultra marathon runner has completed his journey from the Kenai Peninsula to Key West, Florida, on November 5. Pete Kostelnick departed from Anchor Point, on July 31. The total miles ran was 5,384.3, averaging approximately 55.3 miles miles per day.  Kostelnick is the first person to ever attempt to run self supported from Anchor Point on the Kenai Peninsula to Key West, Florida in 97 days, 6 hours, 57 minutes.center_img Self supported means not accepting aid from others, and resupplying along the route all on his own. Kostelnick pushed all of his gear in a stroller along the entirety of his journey. Kostelnick also holds the record for fastest run from San Francisco to NYC, in 42 days averaging 72 miles/day.last_img read more