The University of Southern Indiana Jazz Ensemble will perform at 7 p.m. Sunday, December 2 at the USI Performance Center on the USI campus. The event is free and open to the public, USI employees, and students. No ticket necessary.The night will be led by Tom Drury, instructor in music, and local vocalist Gina Moore featuring traditional and modern jazz by Wayne Shorter, Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk, as well as jazz pieces from Drury.The USI Jazz Ensemble was created in 2001 to represent the University through outstanding performances of jazz and contemporary instrumental music. This group has provided music to specific venues on campus and continues to offer students from several areas of study the opportunity to develop their performance skills. Future plans for the ensemble include recordings and performances throughout the University community and the Tri-state area.For more information about the USI Jazz Ensemble and booking them for an event, contact Tom Drury at [email protected] or 812-492-7502.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
You can check out a full track list and stream the new live compilation below via Spotify:Aqueous – Element Pt. II – Tracklist: Skyway – (5/25/17 Summer Camp)Don’t Do It – (9/29/17 Glens Falls)Marty – (8/25/17 Night Lights Festival)Weight Of the Word – (9/13/17 Minneapolis)Uncle Phil’s Parachute – (2/7/17 Kansas)Random Company – (Iowa 9/12/17)Triangle (9/7/17 Steamboat Springs)For more information on upcoming Aqueous shows and releases, head to the band’s website.[Cover photo – Phierce Photo by. Keith G.; Instagram: @PhiercePhoto] Trick or Treat! On this All Hallows Eve, Buffalo groove-rock quartet Aqueous have released a brand new compilation of live tracks, Element Pt. II, the second installment of their live compilation series. As guitarist Mike Gantzer explained when the series began this past Spring, “When we’re in the studio we tend to focus deeply on song structure, composition, lyrical content/depth etc, but for the live release, we wanted to put a spotlight on some of the longer and more exploratory improvisations that we’ll do within songs when we perform them live.”Aqueous Releases New Live Album, “Element Pt. I” [Full Stream]After taking input from countless hardcore fans and delving through the recordings of their many shows from throughout this year, the band selected seven tracks for the second volume in their live Element series, showing the diversity and contrast in their repertoire while maintaining a concert-like flow. The new Element set showcases a wide swath of tools from the band’s arsenal, like the “halftime rage groove” of “Skyway” from Summer Camp, the patient dance build of “Don’t Do It” from last month in Glens Falls, NY, the acoustic chill-out of “Marty” from Night Lights Festival in August, and the organic, smooth groove of complex recent composition “Weight of the Word.” From there, the EP rounds out with the dark, grimy dance-prog vibes of “Uncle Phil’s Parachute” from the band’s show in Kansas this past winter, the uplifting, Phish-y sound of “Random Company” from their Iowa show last month, and their exploratory “Triangle” from their 9/7 show in Steamboat Springs, CO.
Â by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The following are a list of criminal court complaints recently filed by the Sumner County Attorney’s office.These are formal charges introduced into the Sumner County District Court system. The suspects listed in the complaint have not been tried by a judge or jury. All citizens are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.Â â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Levi Lane, born in 1979, of 403 South C in Wellington was charged with domestic battery, a Class A misdemeanor; disorderly conduct, a Class A misdemeanor; and criminal restraint, a Class A person misdemeanor.According to the complaint, Lane during an argument with his former girlfriend, angrily pushed her onto the bed and put a pillow over her face. He also allegedly alarmed the girl’s mother and sister who arrived on the scene.The girl allegedly came to Lane’s residency to get some clothes and he would not let her leave. He told her to sit upstairs and she would stay until they talked. According to the complaint, she said no she didn’t want to talk to him and went to her room and shut the door. He allegedly kicked the door open and threw her on the bed then left the room and came back and held her down again until her mother and sister arrived and overheard their fighting.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Rickey Dwaine Cook, born in 1966, of Wichita was charged with trafficking contraband in a penal facility, a level 6 felony.The complaint said Cook had unauthorized possession of tobacco chew pouches while at the Sumner County jail; without the consent of the administrator of the correctional facility. According to policy, Sumner County jail does not allow tobacco in the jail and it is prohibited as contraband in the inmate handbook. Cook allegedly had tobacco chew pouches hidden in a pair of white socks on his bunk.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Kenneth Hollis, born in 1962, of Belle Plaine was charged with domestic battery, a Class B misdemeanor; and criminal threat, a level 9 felony.According to the complaint, Hollis struck a family member in the face with a closed fist several times and ripping her dress. He also threatened that he was going to kill her.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Misty Weible, born in 1972, of Argonia was charged with arson, a level 7 felony; battery a class B misdemeanor; and disorderly conduct, a Class C misdemeanor.On July 1, Weible is accused of willfully by means of fire or explosives, damaged property like pictures, greeting cards and letters in which another person had an interest without his consent.She was also accused of causing physical contact with the person in a rude manner.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Colby Grant Pepper, born in 1993, of Wellington was charged with the purchase or consumption of alcoholic liquor by a minor on June 17, a Class C misdemeanor.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Andrew Taylor Olson, born in 1977, of Wellington was charged with theft, a level nine felony; 23 counts of criminal use of a financial card, a Class A misdemeanor; and contributing to a child’s misconduct, a Class A misdemeanor.According to the complaint, between Sept. 22, 2018 and Nov. 18, 2012, he had unauthorized control over $9,709 worth of property using a financial gas card owned by the Farmers Cooperative Grain Association.The complaint said he charged without the consent of Farmer’s Coop:â€¢$234.81 between Nov. 25 and Nov. 30, 2012;â€¢$207.68 between Dec. 5 and Dec. 12, 2012;â€¢$293.24 between Dec. 15 and Dec. 22, 2012;â€¢$111.14 between Dec. 25 and Dec. 27, 2012;â€¢$344.31 between Jan. 2, 2013 and Jan. 8, 2013;â€¢$361.32 between Jan. 13 and Jan. 20, 2013;â€¢$143.62 between Jan. 23 and Jan. 25, 2013;â€¢$270.25 between Feb. 1 and Feb. 5, 2013;â€¢$402.73 between Feb. 10 and Feb. 15, 2013;â€¢$112.32 between Feb. 21 and Feb. 22, 2013;â€¢$364.26 between March 1 and March 8, 2013;â€¢$247.78 between March 10 and March 14, 2013;â€¢$319.36 between March 19 and March 24, 2013;â€¢$345.73 between March 27 and March 31, 2013;â€¢$600.03 between April 5 and April 10, 2013;â€¢$136.51 between April 14 and April 18, 2013;â€¢$299.37 between April 23 and April 28, 2013;â€¢$436.39 between May 1 and May 6, 2013;â€¢$899.19 between May 9 and May 16, 2013;â€¢$546.76 between May 17 and May 21, 2013;â€¢$531.47 between May 26 and May 31, 2013;â€¢$549.98 between June 8 and June 11, 2013;He also knowingly caused a child under 18 to use the financial card.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Miranda Shore, born in 1994, of Wellington was charged with the purchase or consumption of alcoholic liquor by a minor, a Class C misdemeanor on June 7.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ David Rodriquez, born in 1959, of Wichita was charged with domestic battery, a Class B misdemeanor; disorderly conduct, a class C misdemeanor; driving as a habitual violator, a class A misdemeanor; and transporting open container, a Class C misdemeanor.On July 4, Rodriquez is accused of stopping a car he was driving, grabbing a family member by the hair and throwing her into the ditch.He is also accused of addressing profanity at the woman which caused another woman to call the police. Rodriquez was driving the vehicle while his license was revoked the complaint said.Rodriquez also is accused of transporting an open bottle of Bud Light beer on the front passenger floorboard.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Thornton Rayl of Wellington, born in 1966, of Wellington was charged with defective tail lights, a traffic infraction; failure to provide proof of insurance, a class B misdemeanor; possession of methamphetamine, a level 5 drug felony; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a class A misdemeanor.According to the complaint, Rayl is accused of having two defective tail lamps. When stopped he failed to provide proof of insurance. Law enforcement then allegedly found two small baggies of meth inside a cigarette wrapper in his vehicle as well as a syringe and straw.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Weston Farley, born in 1992, of Wellington was charged with possession of methamphetamine, a level 5 drug felony; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.Farley is accused, on May 26, 2013, of possessing a narcotic drug methamphetamine in a Marlboro wrapper in the console of his blue Ford Taurus parked at the Wellington Wal-Mart.Also included is a syringe, cigarette wrapper and ziplock bag to store, contain, conceal thereafter introducing the controlled substance into the human body.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (CMC): The career of beleaguered West Indies off-spinner Sunil Narine lay in tatters yesterday after the International Cricket Council (ICC) banned him from bowling in international cricket because of an illegal action. The 27-year-old was reported following the third one-day international (ODI) against Sri Lanka earlier this month, and after undergoing testing at the Loughborough University on November 17, his action was found to exceed the 15-degree level of tolerance on “all variations of his deliveries”. Narine will be allowed to play in West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) tournaments, but will be forced to curtail all other international commitments. He is currently campaigning in the Bangladesh Premier League, and will now have to abort his campaign for Comilla Victorians. He was expected to leave Dhaka last night. “The International Cricket Council today confirmed that an independent assessment has found the bowling action of West Indies’ Sunil Narine to be illegal and, as such, the off-spinner has been suspended from bowling in international cricket with immediate effect,” the ICC said in a release. “In accordance with Article 6.1 of the regulations, Narine’s international suspension will also be recognised and enforced by all National Cricket Federations within domestic cricket events played in their own jurisdiction; save that, with the consent of the West Indies Cricket Board, Narine may be able to play in domestic cricket events played under the auspices of the West Indies Cricket Board. “The assessment revealed that all variations of his deliveries exceeded the 15-degree level of tolerance permitted under the regulations.” Under ICC regulations, Narine can ask for a re-assessment once he has modified his action. The development is a massive blow not only for Narine, but for West Indies, especially with the Twenty20 World Cup set to be played in India starting next March. He had opted out of the 50-over ICC World Cup in Australia and New Zealand earlier this year, choosing rather to continue rehabilitation on his action, after running into problems last year. Playing for Kolkata Knight Riders, Narine was first reported in October, 2014 during the Champions League Twenty20, and while he was allowed to continue playing, was reported again in the next game – the semi-final – and banned from bowling in the final. Though he was cleared in March this year after undergoing tests at the ICC-approved Loughborough University, the Indian Cricket Board forced the Trinidadian to undergo additional tests at Sri Ramachandra University in Chennai before he was allowed to play in the Indian Premier League. However, Narine was reported yet again for a suspect action during the IPL and subsequently banned from bowling off-breaks after an assessment of footage by the BCCI’s suspect bowling action committee and following more testing at Sri Ramachandra University. In May, he was cleared by the committee to continue bowling, but handed a final warning. Narine is currently the leading bowler in both limited-overs formats of the game. More tests