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first_imgThis Friday, August 11th, we get ready to celebrate Turkuaz drummer Michelangelo Carubba‘s third annual Birthday Bash. The show, which will take place at Brooklyn Bowl this time around, always boasts the incredible talented friends of Carubba from the greater jam and funk scene’s, along with impressive collaborations, sit-ins, and some choice song selection throughout the entire two set performance (purchase tickets here).As per tradition, Carubba has recruited some of his closest friends and musicians to celebrate his birthday in style, including members of Snarky Puppy, Trey Anastasio Band, Allen Stone, Turkuaz, and more. Those who’ve attended in years past are familiar with the fact that this night is notoriously one of the best of the year, so don’t miss out on what’s to be the best yet.L4LM’s own B.Getz caught up with the drummer to discuss how the birthday bash tradition began, the charitable aspect of the evening, and asking friends and other musicians that he has met over the past year to join in the festivities:“I basically put a bunch of calls to some of my favorite people to watch play, and they all said, ‘Yes.’ It started like that and has evolved into something I love. We give the proceeds to charity when we do it. What it’s become now is sort of a reflection of my year that just passed in terms of the relationships I’ve made, the relationships I’ve nurtured, the people that I’ve played with, the music that I’ve heard and enjoyed. Also, when it comes down to song selection, people might not know the actual ins and outs, but the songs I pick are definitely a reflection of what has been going on in my life.”EXCLUSIVE: Turkuaz’s Michelangelo Carubba Dishes On His Upcoming All-Star Birthday BashSome of those names on the confirmed lineup that will join Carubba are the just announced additions of Snarky Puppy/Ghost-Note drummer Robert “Sput” Searight and Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds bassist Josh Myers, along with previously announced TAB trumpeter and vocalist Jennifer Hartswick, Allen Stone keyboardist Steveland Swatkins, Snarky Puppy members Nate Werth, Justin Stanton, Mike Maher, and Chris Bullock. The list doesn’t stop there as fellow Turkuaz brothers and sisters Craig Brodhead, Shira Elias, and Sammi Garett, and singer-songwriters Ryan Montbleau and Chris Jacobs are also on tap to make some musical magic happen on this jubilant evening. Expect an additional surprise or two to make their way on stage for the celebration. This is an annual party that you will not want to miss!Tickets for the show are currently on-sale here. For additional information and show updates, join the Facebook Event page at this link.Michelangelo Carubba’s 3rd Annual Birthday Bash Full LineupMichelangelo CarubbaRyan MontbleauCris JacobsJennifer HartswickRobert “Sput” SearightNate WerthJosh MyersCraig BrodheadShira EliasSammi GarettSteveland SwatkinsJustin StantonMike MaherChris Bullock+ Morelast_img read more


first_imgBrendan Rodgers is ‘best man’ for Arsenal job as Celtic exit looms over Leicester, says Chris Sutton Emery was sacked (Picture: NurPhoto via Getty)He is not the only man to be linked with the post, with former Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri, Napoli boss Carlo Ancelotti, Manchester City assistant Mikel Arteta, Gunners legend Patrick Vieira and even ex-Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino all thought to be in contention, but Sutton thinks Rodgers remains the strongest candidate.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTPochettino, like Rodgers, has also been tipped as a potential replacement for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should Manchester United wield the axe, and while Sutton thinks he would favour a move to Old Trafford, he thinks Rodgers would be a better appointment anyway.‘Well he’d go for the United one. If hypothetically the jobs are available at the same time then that would be an easy one for him, I think,’ Sutton exclusively told Metro.co.uk ahead of Arsenal’s meeting with Brighton.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 City‘Yes [due to the Spurs alleigance], that’s quite an easy one to answer. Look, the Arsenal job, everybody says great history, this, that and the other, fantastic past but they’re in a mess.‘I actually felt a bit sorry for Emery because I felt he took them sideways. They’d had a decade really of treading water and I don’t think they’re really any worse off.‘The fans turned – I think he won eight of his first 13 games this season, last season fifth and the Europa League final, I understand the stuff about the identity but it wasn’t just Emery. Rodgers is admired by Arsenal (Picture: Getty)‘There are people above him, it didn’t seem it was his choice solely on transfers, there were other people having a say on the transfers, as far as I am aware so on that basis I think we’ve said the same thing about the Arsenal backline for six, seven, eight, nine years now, they didn’t improve the backline, they bought Pepe in and spent £72million on another forward player.‘That’s not where Arsenal really have many issues. It’s a headscratcher where they go from here really. They’ve gone from experience – a manager with a good track record, did really good things with Sevilla, winning the Europa League and now, you know, you’re back down to a period with a bit of a blip. I understood why he had to go because you can’t have a whole stadium of fans booing you and that was the biggest issue really.‘Who they go for: Pochettino is in the frame, Rodgers is probably the best man for the job. Allegri doesn’t speak fluent English as far as I’m aware so there are question marks over the communications so I don’t know, it’s not an easy job. What’s the new manager going to come in and say? “I want money to spend in January” – that’s the reality of the situation at Arsenal.’AdvertisementAdvertisementMore: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalSutton was critical of Rodgers leaving Celtic earlier this year. With the Hoops chasing a third consecutive treble, he decided to leave the Scottish Premiership side and return to the Premier League.Sutton claimed he had ‘downsized’ and that ‘Celtic reserves are bigger than Leicester’, but while he still thinks the timing was off, he can’t fault Rodgers as a manager.However, he suspects Leicester fans will be concerned over the future of their manager, given Arsenal’s interest and how he abruptly upped sticks with Celtic. Arteta was previously in the frame (Picture: AMA/Getty)‘I don’t know his situation at Man City, whether Pep [Guardiola] would let them go or not but if he was good enough, or nearly good enough last time, why wouldn’t you give him the opportunity now?‘Vieira has had experience but the bottom line with them: who is going to make Mustafi better, Chambers better, David Luiz and give them defensive instinct?‘They’ve had the same car for the last decade and they’ve changed the drivers, haven’t they? Maybe it’s the car they need to change.’Should Brendan Rodgers be appointed Arsenal manager?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsMORE: Ray Parlour tells Arsenal to snub Mikel Arteta and talks up Mauricio Pochettino appointmentMORE: Jack Grealish will be ‘closely scrutinised’ and may fit best at Arsenal, says Chris Sutton Sutton had his say on who should replace Emery (Picture: AMA/Getty)Chris Sutton believes Brendan Rodgers is the ‘best man’ for the vacant managerial role at Arsenal and thinks the manner in which he left Celtic will concern Leicester fans who are wanting to keep hold of him.The former Liverpool manager has turned Leicester into genuine top-four contenders this season and they will climb back into second with a draw or better against relegation-threatened Watford.Since Unai Emery was sacked by Arsenal, Rodgers has been heavily linked with a move to the Emirates and he confirmed there’s a clause in his contract that can see him leave Leicester mid-season. Advertisementcenter_img Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 4 Dec 2019 11:30 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Advertisement Pochettino is available (Picture: Getty)‘That was the issue as a Celtic fan if it’s the best job in the world then why would you leave to go to a club who were essentially not really playing for anything. It is sad,’ he added at Bonus Code Bets ‘VAR-DICT’ event.‘Deep down if you go up there now, Celtic fans for what he actually achieved management-wise shouldn’t be feeling the way that they do about him but they do because it’s from the heart they feel let down. I understand that and this is why the situation where he’s linked to Arsenal, it’s not difficult to put this to bed and this was the same thing that happened to Celtic.Would you see Arsenal as a step up from Leicester?‘[It’s] probably not [a step up] playing wise at the moment but Arsenal is Arsenal, isn’t it?More: FootballBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar SolskjaerNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseOdion Ighalo reacts to Manchester United signing Edinson Cavani and Alex Telles‘Arsenal is a bigger club than Leicester. I don’t know how tough it would be to turn down, you’d have to ask him that. Arsenal has a great history, great club but his contract would be interesting in terms of what he would want because there are certain things at Arsenal which need an overhaul.AdvertisementI think they [Leicester] are an extremely well run club anyway but in all this the fact is you have to take your hat off to Brendan, I think he’s an outstanding coach and a great manager.’Arsenal may yet opt for the increasingly common approach of hiring a former player to be their full-time manager – Freddie Ljungberg will have the opportunity to throw himself into serious contention while taking temporary charge – but Sutton suggested it was the squad as a whole that needs fixing rather than the man in the dugout.‘It’s interesting the Arteta one because they seemed to want him before,’ Sutton said. ‘If they wanted him before, why not now? Commentlast_img read more

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