SiriusXM Announces New “Different Shades of Blue with Joe Bonamassa” Show

first_imgToday, SiriusXM satellite radio announced that Grammy-nominated blues artist Joe Bonamassa will host a new weekly show, Different Shades of Blue with Joe Bonamassa, on SiriusXM’s B.B. King’s Bluesville channel (channel 74).The press release explains that Different Shades of Blue with Joe Bonamassa will feature Bonamassa exploring all aspects of the blues music genre like never before, as well as curating his favorite blues songs with an eclectic mix. Bonamassa will venture from the 1920’s early originators through 1980’s blues renaissance, touching on the British Blues catalogue of music from genre titans Eric Clapton, Peter Green, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, and expanding to modern day heavy hitters like The White Stripes, The Black Keys, and many more.Bonamassa shared his thoughts on the new program, exclaiming,I am really excited to launch my show on SiriusXM’s B.B. King’s Bluesville. Hosting and sharing music with people is one of my passions. I hope everyone enjoys it as much as I do, bringing this new show to you.Different Shades of Blue with Joe Bonamassa premieres on Monday, January 21st at 6 p.m. (EST) on B.B. King’s Bluesville, via satellite on channel 74 through the SiriusXM app on smartphones and other connected devices, as well as online.last_img read more

General Dempsey to speak at 2016 Commencement

first_imgGeneral Martin Dempsey will speak at the University’s 171st Commencement Ceremony this May, the University announced Wednesday morning.As chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Dempsey served as the nation’s highest-ranking military officer.Dempsey, who retired Wednesday after four years at the position, spoke on campus last September on the threats facing the U.S. for the annual Jack Kelly and Gail Weiss Lecture on National Security. During that same visit, he presented the American flag during the ceremonies before the football game against Michigan, according to the press release.According to the press release, he graduated in 1974 from the U.S. Military Academy and later earned a master’s degree in English from Duke University before serving as an assistant professor of English at West Point for three years. He also holds master’s degrees in military art and national security sciences.Throughout his career, Dempsey has served all over the world, and received awards including the Defense Distinguished Service Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, the Distinguished Service Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters, the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Legion of Merit with two Oak Leaf Clusters, the Bronze Star with “V” Device and Oak Leaf Cluster, the Combat Action Badge and the Parachutist Badge, according to the press release.According to the same press release, Notre Dame’s Commencement Ceremony will be held in Notre Dame Stadium on May 15, 2016 at 9 a.m.Tags: Commencement 2016, Commencement Speaker, General Martin Dempseylast_img read more

Zurich Classic 2019: Tee times for Round 3, TV schedule, live stream

first_imgBoth the purse ($7,200,000) and winner’s share ($1,036,800 each) get a slight increase from the 2018 total.Zurich Classic betting oddsTeamOddsJason Day/Adam Scott13/2Sergio Garcia/Tommy Fleetwood15/2Patrick Reed/Patrick Cantlay12/1Billy Horschel/Scott Piercy18/1Jon Rahm/Ryan Palmer18/1Bubba Watson/J.B. Holmes18/1Tony Finau/Kyle Stanley20/1Henrik Stenson/Graeme McDowell20/1Louis Oosthuizen/Charl Schwartzel25/1Kevin Kisner/Scott Brown33/1Brooks Koepka/Chase Koepka33/1(Odds via VegasInsider)Zurich Classic past winnersYearWinning TeamScore2019TBD/TBDTBD2018Billy Horschel/Scott Piercy-222017Jonas Blixt/Cameron Smith-27Prior to 2017, the Zurich Classic was a more standard stroke play PGA Tour tournament with a single winner. Horschel is the only golfer to win both individually and as part of a team.YearWinnerScore2016Brian Stuard-152015Justin Rose-222014Noh Seung-yul-192013Billy Horschel-202012Jason Dufner-192011Bubba Watson-152010Jason Bohn-182009Jerry Kelly-14 The Zurich Classic is next on the 2019 PGA Tour calendar and brings a different format from the traditional tournament. Golfers will play in teams of two over the course of the four rounds, meaning there will be a pair of winners. The first and third rounds consist of best ball and the second and fourth are played using alternate shot. Thirty-five teams, plus ties, make the cut. The top players from the PGA Tour priority rankings who choose to participate get a spot in the tournament. They then select a partner, who either has to have PGA Tour status or a sponsor exemption. The tournament will be played at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, Louisiana, which is outside New Orleans and has been the event’s location every year since 2005.MORE: Watch the Zurich Classic live and on-demand with fuboTV (7-day free trial)C.T. Pan, who won the RBC Heritage last week for his first career PGA Tour victory, will be playing with Michael Kim, while Zurich Classic defending champs Billy Horschel and Scott Piercy will try for a victory for the second consecutive year.Here is everything to know about the 2019 Zurich Classic, including the TV schedule, updated tee times and odds. You can also follow our live leaderboard for hole-by-hole updates from the tournament.Zurich Classic TV schedule, live streamThe first two rounds Thursday and Friday will be broadcast exclusively on Golf Channel. CBS picks up coverage in most national markets Saturday and Sunday. You can also live stream the Zurich Classic by signing up for fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.DateTimeTV ChannelThursday, April 252-5 p.m. ETGolf Channel/fuboTVFriday, April 262-5 p.m. ETGolf Channel/fuboTVSaturday, April 2712-1:30 p.m. ETGolf Channel/fuboTVSaturday, April 272-5 p.m. ETCBS/fuboTVSunday, April 2812-1:30 p.m. ETGolf Channel/fuboTVSunday, April 282-5 p.m. ETCBS/fuboTVWho is in the Zurich Classic field?The tournament doesn’t draw as many big names as many other events, but there are still several accomplished professionals playing, including Adam Scott and Tommy Fleetwood. They will be on a team with Jason Day and Sergio Garcia, respectively. A team of Patricks — Reed and Cantlay — are also a formidable duo. Two-time U.S. Open winner Brooks Koepka will compete with his brother, Chase. Tee times for Zurich Classic featured groupsBelow are the Thursday tee times for the featured groups in Round 1. You can find a full list of tee times here.Tee timePairings7:39 a.m. ETJason Day & Adam Scott vs. Jhonattan Vegas & Abraham Ancer7:52 a.m. ETSergio Garcia & Tommy Fleetwood vs. Kyle Stanley & Tony Finau12:44 p.m. ETPatrick Reed & Henrik Stenson vs. Henrik Stenson & Graeme McDowell12:57 p.m. ETBilly Horschel & Scott Piercy vs. Jonas Blixt & Cameron SmithWhat is the Zurich Classic purseThe total purse for the event is $7,500,000, with the total winners share being higher than normal since two golfers will earn the prize. In 2019, the winning team will get $1,080,800 each, which makes up $2,161,600 of the total purse.last_img read more