Gorillaz End Roskilde Set Early After Del The Funky Homosapien Falls Offstage During “Clint Eastwood” [Video]

first_imgGorillaz set at Denmark’s famous Roskilde Festival was cut short on Saturday evening after Del the Funky Homosapien took a fall off the stage during the set-closing performance of their smash hit 2001 collaboration, “Clint Eastwood”. As The Independent reports, the song was intended to be the last of their performance, but Del unexpectedly slipped just a couple lines into his first verse (“Finally, someone let me out of my cage; Now, time for me is nothing ’cause I’m counting no age”).The animated group’s human mastermind, Damon Albarn, immediately rushed over to see if Del was alright, the beat still blaring. After the music had stopped and an uncertain pause had ensued, Albarn stepped to the microphone to issue an unfulfilled goodbye to the Danish crowd. As Albarn explained,Thank you so much for a beautiful, beautiful night. Unfortunately, we’ve had a… uh… I don’t know yet. Listen, guys. There’s a strange bit here…You know, unfortunately, Del, like, slipped down there. It’s a really weird way to end a beautiful night, but he’s gonna be okay. We have to finish now, so thank you so much for a beautiful night. See you again soon.It seems as though Del is okay, though certainly injured from his tumble. As he explained on Twitter, You can see crowd-shot footage of Del’s stage fall and Albarn’s address to the audience below.Del the Funky Homosapien falls offstage, Damon Albarn addresses the audience[Video: thatguy]Gorillaz are coming off the release of their newest album, The Now Now, which features a number of guest appearances including Snoop Dogg and Jaimie Principle on the single “Hollywood”. You can watch the video for Gorillaz’ Snoop-assisted “Hollywood” here. See below for a full list of Gorillaz’ upcoming tour dates.Gorillaz 2018 Upcoming Tour Dates07/11 – Bern, CH @ Gurtenfestival07/12 – Lucca, IT @ Lucca Summer Festival07/14 – Bilbao, ES @ Bilbao BBK Live07/19 – Nyon, CH @ Paléo Festival07/21 – Carhaix, FR @ Vieilles Charrues07/22 – Paris, FR @ Lollapalooza Paris07/25 – Kiev, UA @ U-Park Festival07/28 – Moscow, RU @ Park Live Festival08/09 – Budapest, HU @ Sziget Festival08/11 – Ovington, UK @ BoomTown Fair08/16 – St. Pölten, AT @ Frequency Festival08/17 – Biddinghuizen, NL @ Lowlands Festival10/08 – Toronto, ON @ Air Canada Centre *10/09 – Montreal, QC @ Bell Centre *10/11 – Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center *10/13 – New York, NY @ Barclays Center *10/14 – Boston, MA @ TD Garden #10/16 – Chicago, IL @ United Center *10/20 – Los Angeles, CA @ Demon Dayz Festival* = w/ The Internet# = w/ Little DragonView All Upcoming Tour Dates[H/T Rolling Stone]last_img read more

Coaching Center of Vermont Announces New Partner

first_imgFROM: Coaching Center of VermontOne Main StreetChamplain MillWinooski, VT 05404Contact: Charlotte Edwards802-654-8787www.coachingcenterofvt.com(link is external) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:Coaching Center of Vermont Announces New PartnerGrowth Driving Expansion Winooski, VT, March 26, 2008 The Coaching Center of Vermont, a collaborative of life and business coaches located in the Champlain Mill, Winooski, is pleased to welcome Lea Belair, PCC as a new partner. Belair brings over thirteen years experience and entrepreneurial expertise, including having owned and managed several successful businesses. She brings international credentials and know-how as an instructor in coaching skills, change management, and business development. Her book Walk on Water: How to Make Change Easier is the basis of an advanced coaching program approved by the International Coach Federation (ICF) and makes Belair a popular speaker on thriving in change.In her new position, Belair will focus on a holistic approach to growing the Coaching Center and its two new divisions: Vital Business and The Worldwide Coaching Center. Liz Dallas, President and founding partner, started the business in 2002 as a collective of six coaches, now grown to ten fulltime members and six affiliate members. In addition to providing professional coaching services to the Vermont community, the Coaching Center owes its success to supporting its coach members in starting and building their own independent businesses.”With her proven leadership and success Lea will propel us forward in our company growth and strategic objectives,” stated Dallas, President of the Coaching Center. “Were developing satellite groups in Southern Vermont and the Upper Valley and setting the groundwork for our coaching collaborative to go virtual and expand to a world wide stage this spring.About the Coaching Center of VermontBased in the heart of Winooskis downtown renovation, the Coaching Center of Vermont is a collaborative of diverse business and life coaches offering coaching services in the areas of career development, life balance, executive leadership, business start-ups and growth, retirement, health and wellness, parenting and relationships, and team development. Its Vital Business Division focuses on leadership development and creating coaching cultures within organizations. The Coaching Center provides coach training to managers and professionals through the University of Vermont, Vermont Business Centers Coaching Certificate Program. More information is available at www.coachingcenterofvt.com(link is external)last_img read more

Winter Trail Days at Sugar Mountain

first_imgWith the holidays behind us, it’s time to get cracking on improving in the new year and so far, 2013 is shaping up to be a good one with snow in the mountains, excitement in the air, and a lot of winter left to get your kicks. Though you may have already broken your New Year’s Resolution, that does not mean you have permission to let cabin fever set in. Old routines are comforting, but getting out and experiencing new things is what makes us human. Many people set goals for the New Year that are unrealistic and unattainable, but making a commitment to yourself to get out of your comfort zone on a regular basis is easy and anyone can do it. Challenging yourself to learn and grow is much easier than committing to going to the gym four times a week, and is also much more fun. Do something different in 2013: instead of empty promises involving waistlines and vices go existential and pledge to put yourself out there. The only chance of failure is if you don’t attempt it, and you’ll be much happier with the results.Jump in this weekend at Sugar Mountain outside Banner Elk, North Carolina, where you can try snowshoeing for free on Saturday. Snowshoeing is a fun, vigorous winter activity that is fun for the whole family. As part of the nationwide, 18th Annual Winter Trail Days, Sugar will host guided snowshoe tours and rentals for children and adults. The tours are available on the hour from 9am to 4pm and you can signup at the Ski/Snowboard School.View Larger Maplast_img read more