Tom Marshall & RJ Bee’s Live ‘Couch Report’ Will Welcome Steve Pollak & Mike Greenhaus During Phish’s NYE Run

first_imgOn Friday, December 28th, Phish opens up their four-night New Year’s run at The World’s Most Famous Arena, Madison Square Garden.The following evening, Saturday, December 29th, Tom Marshall and his Osiris Podcast co-founder and CEO, RJ Bee, will be hosting their Couch Report live via Relix at 6:30 p.m. (EST). Marshall and Bee will welcome longtime Phish collaborator and lyricist Steve Pollak (a.k.a. the Dude of Life), as well as Relix’s editor-in-chief Mike Greenhaus.The upcoming webcast will feature a discussion of the first night of the NYE run and the history of Phish at The Garden, plus a special conversation between fellow Phish lyricists Marshall and Pollak.Phish will also be webcasting for each of their four upcoming sold-out New Year’s run shows, set to take place from December 28th–31st at New York’s Madison Square Garden.The LivePhish webcasts are available to order as a discounted four-night package or by individual night in 4K, HD, and SD quality. In addition to the webcasts, Phish announced a contest to give away a four-night 4K webcast pass and a $500 LivePhish gift certificate. Three additional winners will receive a New Year’s Eve 4K webcast and a $100 LivePhish gift certificate. You can enter the contest for free here.For more information, or to pre-order your Phish New Year’s run webcasts now, head here.While you wait for New Year’s run to arrive, you can get in the mood with our Phishmas 2018 Advent calendar as we’ve been revealing one Phishy surprise per day.[H/T Jambands.com]last_img read more

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Comfortable Australian Open starts for Nadal, Williams

first_img Djokovic could meet Greek young gun Stefanos Tsitsipas in the last eight. The ageless Federer, 38, is up against American Steve Johnson in the third quarter of the men’s draw as he targets a seventh Australian Open title, winning his last in 2018. The Spaniard is attempting to match Roger Federer’s record 20 Grand Slam singles titles on his least favourite surface, having won in Melbourne just once, back in 2009. Australian Nick Kyrgios could be waiting for him in the fourth round, the draw revealed Thursday. Defending champion Novak Djokovic will start his bid to lift a record eighth Australian Open title against Jan-Lennard Struff. The Serb had a fine 2019, winning five titles including at Melbourne Park and Wimbledon on the way to ending the year as number two, behind only Nadal. Fresh from helping his country win the ATP Cup, he will start his drive to extend his incredible Melbourne run – he holds a 68-8 record – against a German who crashed at the first hurdle last year. Loading… Williams, who is seeking to match Australian Margaret Court’s record 24 major singles titles, gets underway against 90th ranked Russian Potapova with a potential quarter-final against defending champion Naomi Osaka. Seeded eight, she heads into the tournament on the back of ending a three-year title drought by winning the Auckland Classic. She is gunning for an eighth Australian crown and her first Slam title since Melbourne in 2017. Her sister Venus has a blockbuster first round clash against exciting young American Coco Gauff, with the winner potentially facing Osaka in the third round. Third seed Osaka starts her title defence against Marie Bouzkova. World number one Rafael Nadal will take on Bolivian Hugo Dellien in the Australian Open first round next week while Serena Williams faces Anastasia Potapova in her quest for a 24th Grand Slam title. Serena Williams faces a potential quarter-final against defending champion Naomi Osakacenter_img Read Also: Serena Williams, back in the wins, aims to end long Slam record quest World number one Ashleigh Barty opens against Ukraine’s Lesia Tsurenko, with the French Open champion on a collision course with last year’s finalist Petra Kvitova in the last eight. Fourth seed Simona Halep has a tough opening task against Jennifer Brady, who beat Barty and Maria Sharapova at the Brisbane International. Second seed Karolina Pliskova takes on Kristina Mladenovic. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Rafael Nadal is attempting to match Roger Federer’s record 20 Grand Slam singles titles on his least favourite surface, having won in Melbourne just once Promoted Content9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthThe 18 Most Visited Cities In The World2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearThe Best Tarantino Movie YetCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?This Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalIt Might Be Quentin Tarantino’s Last MovieBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldFascinating Ceilings From Different CountriesBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Themlast_img read more

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