This past January, Jam Cruise 15 set sail out of Miami to cruise around the Carribean, with some of the biggest names in live music aboard and ready to get down. While Vulfpeck was originally slated to perform on the boat, when a scheduling change forced the band to back out, Vermont’s Twiddle was tagged in. During Twiddle’s set on January 21st, the Vermont quartet invited moe.’s Al Schnier to sit-in during a rendition of the perennial fan favorite “Mamunes The Faun.” moe. then returned the favor, with Mihali Savoulidis tagging in during a cover of the Rolling Stones’ “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” along with Dumpstaphunk’s Ivan Neville. New pro-shot footage from the moe. and frends collaboration on January 23rd is here. As the set closer, it was a climatic end to moe.’s performance on Jam Cruise, which saw both Savoulidis and Neville take huge solos to bring the show to its timely peak.Jam Cruise Releases Pro-Shot Video Of moe.’s Al Schnier’s Sit-In With Twiddle For “Mamunes”The magical musical experience that is Jam Cruise will be setting sails next January, when Jam Cruise 16 takes over the Norwegian Jade from January 17th through 22nd. After it embarks from Miami, Florida, the cruise will round through Roatan, Honduras, and Grand Cayman during its weeklong circuit.As always, the lineup for the near week-long event is stacked, with Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood topping the bill. You can check out the almost-twelve minute video of moe. performing “Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’” with Ivan Neville and Mihali Savoulidis below, courtesy of TourGigs. The video is sure to get you stoked for next year’s Jam Cruise, which is bound to have similarly all-star collaborations across its trip. You can check out this year’s massive Jam Cruise lineup here, and get more information about the event on its website here. [Photo: Phierce Photo]
…will play Agnieszka Radwańska todaySACHIA Vickery continues her impressive showing in New Zealand, this time thrashing Paraguayan Veronica Cepede Royg in straights sets 6-2, 6-4 yesterday, at the ASB Classic, in Auckland to reach the quarter-finals of the event.The 22-year-old Vickery, ranked 122 in the world, showed that her upset win (6-1, 6-2) over defending champion Lauren Davis was no fluke, as she graciously brushed aside Paraguay’s tennis queen to set up a classic showdown with Poland’s Agnieszka Radwańska.Radwańska, 28, is ranked 28 in the world and has reached the semi-finals of the Australian Open and the US Open.The Polish tennis ace defeated American Taylor Townsend 6-3, 7-5 to set up an expected ‘humdinger’ against Vickery today.Born to Rawle Vickery, a former National football player from Linden, and Paula Liverpool, also from Region 10, Vickery has been creating waves in the tennis world recently.