Brendan Bayliss & Jeff Austin To Bring 30db Side Project To Milwaukee

first_imgA few years ago, Brendan Bayliss of Umphrey’s McGee and Jeff Austin–at the time a member of Yonder Mountain String Band–formed a new musical project called 30db. The project was a great outlet for the two songwriters, even if it only lasted for a short period of time. After unofficially parting ways in 2012, the pair has performed under the 30db moniker a handful of times since 2015 for one-off shows in Chicago, with their most recent show taking place at Martyrs’ in December of 2017.In addition to their previously announced show on Friday, May 11, at Martyrs’, the duo added another one-off at The Miramar Theatre in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on May 9. A somewhat out-of-left-field announcement given that the duo normally performs in the winter in Chicago, the show is a welcome surprise for fans of both Bayliss and Austin–especially as it might indicate the duo might have more plans to expand beyond the Chicago area.This is sure to be a special night of music from two of the scene’s best songwriters, as they are expected to mix songs from their only album, 2010’s One Man Show, as well as covers. For more information and to purchase tickets to the show, click here.last_img read more


Arsenal eyeing up Scunthorpe United’s record-breaking midfielder Joey Dawson

first_img Comment Unai Emery has his eye on a League Two midfielder (Picture: Getty Images)Arsenal are considering a move for Scunthorpe United’s teenage midfielder Joey Dawson after the youngster made history at his club this season.Dawson became the youngest player ever to appear in a competitive game for Scunthorpe when he came off the bench against Derby County in the League Cup at just 16 years and 75 days old.He is yet to make an appearance in a League Two fixture, but has been named on the bench five times this season as the Iron struggle, sitting 22nd in the table.The Gunners are now weighing up a move for the bright young talent either in January or next summer, according to the Sun.ADVERTISEMENT📖 YOUNGEST PLAYER: The Scunthorpe United history books had a new entry on Tuesday evening, with first-year academy scholar Joey Dawson becoming the youngest used player in the club’s history at 16 years, 75 days old – https://t.co/PKMNn7CBHq pic.twitter.com/95ABeHYlrN— SUFC Academy (@SUFC_Academy) August 14, 2019 AdvertisementAdvertisementThe Scunthorpe player’s uncle is former Tottenham and England defender Michael Dawson who is still playing for Nottingham Forest in the Championship at 35-years-old, while Joey’s father, Andy, is a coach at Hull City where he used to perform as a player.‘I think he’s a player with a lot of potential and showed good ability during pre-season in various games at different levels,’ said Scunthorpe manager Paul Hurst after Dawson made his debut.‘It was a proud moment. He has to keep his feet on the ground now, whether that’s with the first team, Under-23s or Under-18s, and keep that hunger.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityArsenal are on an eight-match unbeaten run in all competitions with the only defeat of the season coming to Liverpool at Anfield in the Premier League.Unai Emery’s men now sit third in the table after their victory over Bournemouth last weekend, just one point behind Premier League champions Manchester City.MORE: Declan Rice dismisses transfer speculation linking him to Manchester UnitedMORE: Manchester United following Liverpool’s patient strategy to determine January transfer plans Advertisement Arsenal eyeing up Scunthorpe United’s record-breaking midfielder Joey Dawson Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterSunday 13 Oct 2019 1:31 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link366Shareslast_img read more