It seems David Crosby is in a new productive phase of his career, as the famed singer/songwriter has just revealed some major plans for 2017. Not only has Crosby announced a major tour, but the artist has just confirmed the completion of a new album, titled Sky Trails. Though there is no release date yet for the new album, Crosby is sure to put it out in the near future.To support releases new and old, Crosby will tour through the months of April and May, hitting venues across the country with James Raymond on keys, Mai Agan on bass, Steve DiStanislao on drums, Jeff Pevar on guitar and Michelle Willis on keys and vocals. The tour will focus on music from Sky Trails, his recently released Croz album, and classics from the David Crosby catalog.See his full tour schedule by heading here.
PRESIDENT of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) Wayne Forde has presented footballs to Regional Member Associations (RMAs) in preparation for the commencement of the Frank Watson National Intra-Association U-15 Tournament.The presentation was made to officials of seven of the nine RMAs in the Boardroom of the Guyana Football Federation last Friday.Those receiving were: Frank Parris of the Georgetown FA, Noel Harry of East Bank FA, Kelon Josiah of Upper Demerara FA, Keith Ojeer of Berbice FA, Carmel Williams of Bartica FA, Albert Tucker of Essequibo FA, and Adrian Giddings of West Demerara FA.President Wayne Forde in opening remarks said while he is aware that the inclement weather has affected football matches in the U-17 tournament, he is hoping for an early start to the national U-15 tournament: “We would like to have the Frank Watson Intra-Association U-15 tournament kicked off.“If there’s any challenge beyond the weather you have been experiencing, by all means, be sure to let us know. The Federation is clearly doing its part to ensure that each Association plays football, especially at the youth level, which is one of our most important development areas.”The new intra-association tournament will involve U-15 club sides from all nine GFF member associations playing regular competitive football, thus creating another layer for youth football development. It is planned to roll out across the country from next month.The league will feed directly into the new nationwide network of GFF-Scotiabank Academy Training Centres where young players receive professional, weekly coaching and mentorship in line with the GFF’s new national football philosophy, under the guidance of GFF Technical Director Ian Greenwood.In a related matter, Forde announced that the GFF is exploring some additional youth-oriented initiatives for activation in the various RMAs, the details of which will be announced at a later time.Further, the GFF, in support of youth football development, has donated six balls to the Fruta Conquerors FC’s summer camp.
WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite If you believe UK’s top tabloid newspaper, the Sun, then Prince Harry was in top form at local lass Bianca Moore’s wedding to George McCorquodale on Saturday. The exclusive “by invite only” event saw the Prince boozing and partying the night away, both before and at the reception afterwards. During the wedding however, he was a model guest said UK tabloidsLike we say, it depends if you put much stock in what British tabloids say.One thing is clear, security was tight at the venue, with guests being warned against taking any photos at the wedding.For our part, all we hope is that the happy couple enjoyed their special day. It’s not every day you get royalty attending your wedding.