Israeli livetronica act G-Nome Project just landed in the United States for an early Fall tour that will see the group travel around a good portion of the country. The group announced they will be bringing along guitarist, longtime friend and Chicago native Marcus Rezak for their upcoming show at Subterranean on Saturday, September 17th, which also sees up and coming act Chachuba on as support. (Purchase tickets HERE)G-Nome Project is comprised of keyboardist Eyal Salomon, guitarist Shlomo Langer, bassist Zechariah Reich, and drummer Chemy Soibelman. The Jerusalem-based act have taken their local scene by storm, selling out venues in their hometown, all the way to Tel Aviv with their brand of electro-funk. G-Nome has been making a name for themselves in the U.S. since their first shows on this side of the pond a couple of years back. Coming off a major play at Camp Bisco earlier this summer, and an upcoming performance at the Catskill Chill festival, this current tour sees the band ready to make some serious waves.Chachuba, a four-piece trancefusion/jam act from Chicago, made up of Nate Beitz (bass), Sean DiCosola (keys/production), Paul Feinstein (drums), and Jimmy Klimek (guitar/303), is able to transcend genres with heavy and melodic guitar riffs, synths, and funky beats. If you like to get down, don’t sleep on this show. It’s going to be a hot one!Purchase tickets for G-Nome Project at Subterranean on Saturday, September 17th here.Show Info:Bands: G-Nome Project w/ Chachuba and special guest Marcus RezakVenue: SubterraneanDate: Saturday – September 17th, 2016Time: Doors 8pm / Show 9pmTickets: $12adv / $15dos (Purchase HERE)Enter To Win Tickets:
(Pictured left to right) – Frank Braunagel $1,000,Luella Canning $500, Jack Combest 250, Shirley Wall $150, Lawrence Lee $100, Betty Brown $50, Milissa Ashley $50, Stephanie Barry $140 Consolation prize winner, and Greensburg Rotary Club President-elect Mandy Lohrum.GREENSBURG, Ind. — The Greensburg Rotary Club held the 16th annual Euchre Tournament at the Knights of Columbus recently.The event raises funds for the Greensburg Rotary Club to help pay for bus transportation to the State Games for Decatur County Special Olympics athletes.The games are held in Terre Haute annually.Frank Braunagel won the top prize of $1,000.Rotary Club officials said they had over 100 players at this year’s event.
NAGPUR, India (CMC) – Bermudan Delray Rawlins enhanced his growing reputation when he rescued England Under-19s from a calamitous start to the second and final Youth Test with a magnificent unbeaten century against India at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium here yesterday.England lost three wickets inside the first three overs with only one run on the board but Rawlins, batting at number four, dug them out of a big hole, firstly with Ollie Pope and then Will Jacks, to finish on 124 not out as the tourists closed the day on a respectable 243 for five.Rawlins has so far struck 16 fours and two sixes and faced 254 balls.Rawlins added 98 for the fourth wicket with Pope, who made 42, and although England lost a fifth wicket at 112 when Euan Woods was out for six, the Bermudian forged an unbroken sixth-wicket stand of 131 with Jacks, who finished unbeaten on 66 with 10 fours from 153 balls.Last week’s first Youth Test at the same venue ended in a draw with England pressing for victory.England, who won the toss yesterday, lost Harry Brook for one to the seventh ball of the innings, George Bartlett went to medium pacer Rishab Bhagat’s next delivery while captain Max Holden also fell for a duck in the third over bowled by left-arm medium pacer Kanishk Seth.In the first Test, Bartlett made 179 and Holden 170 as England piled up 501 for five declared in their first innings, boosted by an unbeaten 70 on debut from Rawlins.Rawlins, who is on the books of English county side Sussex, is hoping his form in India will help him break into the first team this summer. He helped his cause with an unbeaten century and a knock of 96 in a five-match one-day international series preceding the two Tests which India won 3-1.