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After being broken up for five years, Ween reunited with a series of performances at the 1stBANK Center in Broomfield, Colorado. A year and a half later, the beloved band will return to the colorful state and make their return to renowned Morrison, CO venue, Red Rocks Amphitheatre!Ween has announced a performance at Red Rocks on July 12th, their first at the famed venue since 2009. Expect lots of excitement when brown meets red! Tickets and more information about the show can be found here. This show marks their sixth-ever performance on the Rocks, but also their first since reuniting. We can’t wait.To get in the mood for the madness to come, be sure to watch Ween’s 2006 Red Rocks performance in the video below.
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The chief executive of New Zealand Rugby says Joe Schmidt is a contender to become the All Blacks head coach in 2019.Current head coach Steve Hansen is expected to step down after the World Cup in Japan that year, the same time Schmidt’s contract expires with Ireland.CEO Steve Tew has confirmed they “would like to have Joe back”, and also refused to rule out the prospect of Lions head coach Warren Gatland taking on the role. Both Ireland and the Lions are in action tomorrow, with Joe Schmidt’s side facing the USA from 10pm, and the Lions taking on the Crusaders at 8.35am.
Chief Executive Officer(CEO) Aduana Stars, Albert Commey has exclusively told Joy sports he has no intentions of deserting the club as widely been speculated in the media.There are reports that the former Hearts of Oak official will bow out if the team fails to stay in the top flight as they are currently battling relegation.But Albert Commey insists he has never regretted joining Aduana and will not quit the club any time soon.“No I have never thought about leaving the club and is something that I will not even think off because if you don’t have the ability to hold pressure then you need to get off the game,” he told Joy sports“It is an experience that I have had, the people here are wonderful and very supportive and that’s what I need and I believe we will survive and the issue about regretting does not come to mind at all.“I love them and I want to remain with them and let me assure you that I don’t have any plans of joining any other club aside Aduana.” Aduana Stars who have a game in hand are currently on 16th position having secured 26 points with six games to end the season