Rock quartet Aqueous is scheduled to head out on their 2019 co-headlining winter tour with BIG Something early next month on February 7th. On Wednesday, the band announced two additional shows to the schedule, with new upcoming performances at Anthology in Rochester, New York on March 15th, and Kings Rook Club in Erie, Pennsylvania the following evening on March 16th. The performance at Anthology should be a unique experience for both the band and their fans in attendance, as it will be Aqueous’ first-ever show with one of three sets comprised of all-improvised music.“We’ve always toyed with the idea of doing a fully improvised, completely ‘off the cuff’ set, and Rochester seemed like a perfect place to do it,” guitarist Mike Gantzer said about the upcoming show. “The band really comes alive when we are free to create on-the-fly, and we can’t wait to go on that journey with the audience for one of THREE sets that night.”Related: Aqueous Shares Pro-Shot Video Of ‘Kitty Chaser (Explosions)’ With Umphrey’s McGee’s Andy FaragAs for the March 16th show, fans should still be thrilled to hear the Aqueous crew are set to return to the lake-side city, which sits just a few hours down the road from the band’s home base of Buffalo, New York. Both Gantzer and guitarist/keyboardist Dave Loss were at Kings Rook Club back over the summer for a duet acoustic performance in mid-June.“Erie was an early second home for AQ,” Gantzer continued. “Many of our fans’ favorite sets over the years have gone down in that city, to the point that there’s a saying they created for it; ‘Never miss an Erie show’ – we have to agree on that one!”Tickets for the two added shows are on sale now, and can be purchased through the band’s website.
Related Stories High school teammates Grant, Oladipo meet in Sweet 16 Clamping down: Syracuse’s vaunted 2-3 zone gets set for clash with loaded Indiana offense in Sweet 16Boeheim, current Syracuse players reflect on 1987 national title loss to IndianaWith renewed health, Keita ready to take on Indiana’s All-American Zeller’It still stings to this day’: Twenty-six years after narrowly losing title game to Indiana, Syracuse has shot at redemption in NCAA Tourney Published on March 27, 2013 at 8:11 pm Contact Chris: [email protected] | @chris_iseman WASHINGTON — Wearing a gray Indiana sweatshirt, John Harbaugh stood in the hallway outside of the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C., waiting to see his brother-in-law and Hoosiers head coach Tom Crean. The Baltimore Ravens head coach made the 45-minute drive from Baltimore to support Crean as he tries to become the next member of the family to win a championship.“It’s just really exciting for the family and everything,” Harbaugh said. “It’s been a crazy year. It’s been a great ride, so if Tom can pull off a miracle and get to the Final Four and maybe win the thing, wouldn’t that be something?”Crean is married to Harbaugh’s sister, Joani. The family experienced euphoria and heartbreak simultaneously when Harbaugh’s Ravens beat his brother Jim’s San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl on Feb. 3. For now, though, football takes a backseat to basketball.Harbaugh said he likes how much of a fight the Hoosiers put up in their games, and referenced the 58-52 win over Temple on Sunday in the Round of 32 as an example. The Owls led for much of the game before Indiana pulled out the win in the final minutes.The Hoosiers have a tough route to the Final Four, Harbaugh said, with Syracuse and either Marquette or Miami standing in their way.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I love the team,” Harbaugh said of Indiana. “I love the way they play. The way they fight. It’s going to be a tough game. Syracuse is playing great. It’s a tough little group of four here. It’ll be interesting to see how it goes.”Harbaugh spoke to Crean on Wednesday morning. He said his brother-in-law was up all night watching game film, a feeling to which he said he can relate.Harbaugh said some members of the family will be in Washington to see the game, but his parents will watch their son-in-law lead his Hoosiers on television at home.Almost two months after reaching the top of the NFL, Harbaugh is watching his brother-in-law try to become the second champion in the family.“Tom does a great job. He’s an unbelievable leader,” Harbaugh said. “The players love playing for him. He’s got a bunch of good guys.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) has released the ranking latest list of the world’s top teams. Currently, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) national football team is ranked 41st with 700 points.The list is led by the national football teams of Germany, Brazil, Portugal, Argentina and Belgium.Bulgaria, with whom BiH will play on March 23rd, is on 40th place with 715 points, while Senegal is 27th with 862 points.Of the opponents of our selection in the UEFA League of Nations, Northern Ireland is on the 24th place with 879 points, while Austria is 28th out of 826.The following is the current ranking:Germany 1.609Brazil 1.489Portugal 1.360Argentina 1.359Belgium 1.337Poland 1.228Spain 1.228Switzerland 1.197France 1.185Chile 1.16141.Bosnia and Herzegovina 700The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) is an association governed by Swiss law founded in 1904 and based in Zurich. It has 211 member associations and its goal, enshrined in its Statutes, is the constant improvement of football.