The Disco Biscuits continue to ride high in Denver, CO for the second night of their four-night Bisco Inferno run. Performing at the Ogden Theatre from June 1st through 3rd, then at Red Rocks with Twiddle on June 4th, there’s truly no shortage of great music coming from this exciting band.After a successful first night saw tDB dive into their classics, night two found the jamtronica pioneers diving deeper into their catalog and bringing out some classics. The band started the show by celebrating Allen Aucoin’s birthday with a jam session, before bringing out “Stone -> Devil’s Waltz” and a “Mulberry’s Dream” sandwich with “Catalyst” in the middle. One of the big highlights of the show was a cover of The Meters’ “Cissy Strut,” played at the very beginning of set two. Tunes like “Trucker’s Choice,” “Digital Buddha,” “And the Ladies Were The Rest Of The Night,” and more kept the dance party rocking all night long.Thanks to the band’s new live streaming on YouTube, you can watch the full video from last night’s show, below.Setlist: The Disco Biscuits at The Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO – 6/2/16I: Happy Birthday Allen Batman jam, Stone-> Devil’s Waltz, Mulberry’s Dream-> Catalyst-> Mulberry’s Dream, Hope-> ReactorII: Cissy Strut-> Trucker’s Choice, Digital Buddha-> And the Ladies Were the Rest of the Night-> Widow in the Rain-> Digital Buddha, RockafellaE: Highwire-> Svenghali
Delores A Coulter, 79, of Dillsboro, IN, passed away Sunday, January 10, 2016.She was born Thursday, April 16, 1936 in Ohio County, Indiana, daughter of the late Harold Walston and the late Edna Marie Landwehr Walston.Delores was a legal secretary for AI Murdock Law Firm for many years before an accident caused her disability.Delores was a life member of St. John Lutheran Church in Aurora. She was confirmed and went to school at St. John Lutheran School. She was an avid Cincinnati Reds and I. U. fan. Her faith was very important to her.Surviving are her son, John H (Dana)Coulter III of Fort Jackson, SC; brothers, Meredith Walston of Aurora, IN, Gaylen Walston of Lawrenceburg, IN; Niece and nephew, Gaye Lynn Walston Hall and Jason Walston of Aurora, IN; grandchildren, Alexandria & Anastasia Coulter and Chelsie Wilson.Friends will be received Noon – 2:00 PM, Friday, January 15, 2016 at the St. John Lutheran Church, 220 Mechanic Street, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at the church at 2:00 pm immediately following visitation with Pastor Edward A. Davis officiating.Interment will follow in the Oakdale Cemetery, Dillsboro, Indiana.Contributions may be made to help defray funeral expenses or St. John Lutheran Church. Please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
Share The group stages of the World Cup are now well and truly in full swing, and at around 6pm (UK time) each nation will have competed in 2018’s competition once.Gambling industry data specialists H2GC estimates that the Russian World Cup could break numerous betting records, with an expectation that total gross win could topple €1.7bn detailed, as the showpiece emphasises its place as a hugely significant industry event.With the tournament now underway, Keith O’Loughlin, SVP Sportsbook and Platforms at SG Digital, has been speaking to SBC News to talk through some of the top trends to expect this summer. Key acquisition period for sportsbook operatorsWith the Premier League season over for another year, the summer is typically a quieter month for operators, except when a major football tournament takes place. Not only is it a chance to acquire new customers, but it also presents an opportunity to reactivate lapsed users, for instance, those who may have signed up to sites earlier this year for the likes of Cheltenham Festival and the Grand National. It’s little wonder why operators invested heavily in marketing during the build up to this summer’s tournament. We’ve seen famous faces installed as brand ambassadors, while others have come with creative ideas, such as promotions and competitions, to raise brand awareness. Opportunity for revenue growth in newly regulated territoriesWhen England last reached the quarter-final of a major tournament back in 2006, it was also the first World Cup following the introduction of regulated betting in the UK. Twelve years later, the landscape is entirely different. Even in the last couple of years alone, we’ve witnessed sweeping changes in regulation and major M&A activity across the globe. In mature territories such as the UK, we now have a saturated market, which means making your voice heard is becoming increasingly difficult. However, for newly regulated regions, it presents a real opportunity for significant growth in revenues and gross win. Many of these markets will not have operated within a regulated framework during the World Cup before, and it’s sure to have a positive impact on revenue growth for operators as a result. Share Belgian Pro League live betting streaming deal for Stats Perform August 21, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon SG ramps up digital expansion with Nederlandse Loterij deal August 24, 2020 Xtremepush secures ‘OpenMarket’ supplier accreditation August 26, 2020 Submit Time zones are of the essenceThe 2018 World Cup returns to a European-friendly time zone, something that will go down very well with European-focused operators. Matches will kick off at convenient times, which hasn’t always been the case in recent years, and is expected to lead to greater interest and wagering. It’s also likely that Asian operators will benefit too, given its proximity to Russia.The 2014 tournament in Brazil saw some awkward times for the European audience. However, it was highly beneficial for the Latin America market, which saw a huge jump in online betting, as local punters embraced the carnival atmosphere that gripped the region. Looking ahead to the future, with the US [in a joint-bid alongside Canada and Mexico] winning the right to host the 2026 World Cup, it’s likely to have a major impact and lead to an increase in betting activity, given the Supreme Court’s recent ruling on PASPA. Patriotism goes a long wayAs club rivalries are put aside for the month-long tournament, it means bettors are more inclined to turn to their home nation to place bets on. UK-based operators will be hoping England can advance from the group stage this time around, as it keeps bettors, particularly recreational ones, interested and active during the latter stages of the tournament. For newly emerging markets, a strong performance from a home nation can provide a real boost in engagement and help drive interest in sports betting. Reliable technology is a mustWith so many games happening throughout the month-long tournament, platform reliability will be put to the test as a higher volume of bettors visit desktop sites and mobile applications. Operators will want as little downtime as possible, as any technical issues at key times can lead to revenue loss and see customers turn elsewhere for their entertainment. Customers expect to be able to transact and engage with their bookmaker of choice at the peak times, as well as their normal custom. In a marketplace where there are plenty of sportsbook providers vying for position, those with a solid platform and robust performance during major occasions will prosper.
The hosts, meanwhile, also made two changes by recalling Kamo Mokotjo to their midfield, while captain Pontus Jansson was fit again after a minor injury.The Bees went into the game in sixth place, level on points with the Swans but with a superior goal difference.The Swans made an encouraging start to the game against a side tipped by many for one of the play-off spots at the end of the season.But after an even opening 10 minutes, Brentford started to threaten with the influential Said Benrahma displaying some neat touches down Swansea’s right before Watkins created the first real opening of the game when he cut in to flash a deflected shot just wide in the 19th minute.And from the corner, Brentford took a 20th-minute lead when Mathias Jensen’s delivery found Ethan Pinnock totally unmarked at the far post. His header back into a crowded six-yard box was headed home by Mbeumo.Swansea tried to respond immediately as Ayew’s goal-bound shot was blocked after good battling from Surridge.But as Swansea pushed forward in search of the equalizer, they were caught on the counter-attack in the 25th minute when Benrahma drove forward before finding left-back Rico Henry overlapping. Source: swanseacity.com His cross picked out Watkins who guided a difficult finish beyond Freddie Woodman for a 2-0 lead.Brentford continued to display far more pace and purpose going forward, with Connor Roberts being overrun down the right before the visitors rallied five minutes from the break as Tom Carroll came close with a shot blocked inside a crowded area as the Swans forced two corners in quick succession.It was a half that belonged to Brentford though, as they gave themselves a two-goal cushion to take into the second period.Neither side made any changes for the second-half as Brentford started on the front foot by forcing three consecutive corners before a well-worked third saw Benrahma fire just wide.Swansea tried to respond through Bersant Celina wide on the left. The Kosovan cut inside before curling a shot wide of the far post with 56 minutes gone.Mbeumo fired just wide at the other end five minutes later before the Swans had a speculative appeal for a penalty turned down with the packed away end behind the goal claiming handball.The Swans made a double substitution in the 63rd minute as Borja and Aldo Kalulu replaced Surridge and Carroll respectively. Swansea City slipped to defeat at Griffin Park despite staging a brave second-half fightback against in-form Brentford.Having fallen behind to first-half goals from Bryan Mbeumo and Ollie Watkins, the Swans rallied to pull one back through Andre Ayew with his 11th goal of the season.But as the Swans pushed hard for the equalizer, they were hit by a late sucker punch from Watkins with his second of the game two minutes from time.Swans boss Steve Cooper made two changes to the side that won 1-0 at Luton Town last time out. It was a second-consecutive victory that pushed the Swans into seventh place.Striker Sam Surridge and central defender Ben Cabango returned from injury to take the places of Borja Baston and Mike van der Hoorn respectively.The latter change was enforced late on as van der Hoorn pulled up in the warm-up with a knee injury so Ben Wilmot went from expecting to be sat on the bench to a starting role.It meant Wayne Routledge was promoted to the substitutes bench. And the move paid off within two minutes as David Raya failed to hold Celina’s fierce shot and Ayew forced his way to the rebound first to apply the finishing touch under pressure.Swansea had the home side rattled for the first time as Jake Bidwell and the lively Kalulu threatened before Wilmot and Matt Grimes picked up yellow cards.There was far more attacking intent from Swansea now as they went in search of the equalizer with Barrie McKay replacing George Byers with five minutes remaining.But as Swansea pushed forward they were hit on the counter for the second time in the game as Watkins raced clear two minutes from time to slip the ball beyond Woodman.