Trail Mix November 2012

first_img Powered by Flash MP3 Player Winter has come a little early to the mountains of the Mid-Atlantic.  As this November Trail Mix goes live, the higher elevations of the Blue Ridge Mountains are blanketed with an early – and heavy – snow.  Time to hit the slopes or strap on the snowshoes, get outside and head into the whiteness!Make sure you take this month’s fantastic Trail Mix with you!We kick off November with “Bilgewater Blues,” a funky blues jam from Jimmy Herring, one of the South’s living guitar legends.  Herring has played with Aquarium Rescue Unit, The Allman Brothers Band, Widespread Panic, Phil Lesh, and more, and has spent much of the latter part of 2012 supporting his second solo release, Subject To Change Without Notice.Trail Mix is also thrilled to present a track from Grammy winning artist Kathy Mattea.  Mattea, a West Virginia native, has become a leading voice in the struggle mountain top removal.  Her latest record on the Sugar Hill label, Calling Me Home, speaks to her deep Appalachian roots.True to form, Trail Mix is all over the musical map this month.  We have Australian singer/songwriter Paul Kelly, Irish folkie Luka Bloom, rockabilly queen Rosie Flores, and some great regional artists in Antique Firearms, The Mason Brothers, The Bloody Angle, The Last Bison, Aaron Burdett, and Bryan Elijah Smith & The Wild Hearts.We are also happy to have tracks from Ari Hest, Jim Byrnes, Forest Sun, The Coal Porters, The Trishas, and many more for you.  Make sure to give Trail Mix a spin this month.  Download or stream at home, work, or on your intelligent device of choice.  Spread the word.  Help us share the music these fantastic artists have so willingly shared with us.  And if you take a notion, grab a disc from one or two or these great bands or catch them live if they are coming through your neck of the woods.Download Trail Mix November 2012 here.Click here to open the player in a new window.Download more music from month’s past here! They never go out of style.No flash player!It looks like you don’t have flash player installed. Click here to go to Macromedia download page.last_img read more

Shravan leads India’s campaign at U-23 World Wrestling C’ship

first_img First Published: 27th October, 2019 18:41 IST 10 months ago Ironic! Ishant’s coach says Shami & Umesh are “better options” 11 months ago Khel Ratna & Arjuna awardees participate in Fit India Plog Run LIVE TV 2017 Junior Asian Championship gold medallist Sharvan Singh will lead India’s 30-member campaign as more than 600 wrestlers from 60 countries will participate at the 3rd Under-23 World Wrestling Championships in Budapest, Hungary. India will be hoping to improve its performance from the last edition where Ravi Kumar Dahiya won the silver medal in 57kg at the Championship starting from Oct 28 to Nov 3. READ: Rowers sparkle with gold in Asian Championship on a Diwali DayOne of India’s key medal hopesWhile freestyle exponent, Sharvan (65kg) remains one of India’s key medal hopes, the squad also has the likes of Greco-Roman wrestler, Sajan Bhanwal who has three medals from the World Junior Championships in 77kg and would be looking to grab his first medal from the U-23 Worlds. Among the women, Pinki and Reshma Mane are looking to make their mark on the world stage.On the first day of the championships, Navin (57kg), Naveen (70kg), Virdev Gulia (79kg), and Akash Antil (97kg) will be in action, besides Sharvan (65kg).Based on the current form of these wrestlers, the WFI is expecting a better performance at the World Championships after the boys’ team and the girls’ team underwent 15 days of rigorous training at Sonipat and Lucknow respectively.READ: Boxer Deepak wins silver, Balaji claims bronze in Military World GamesHere’s all you need to know about the tournamentThe championship will be underway with Men’s freestyle competition on the first two days followed by Women’s Wrestling, with the Greco Roman competition scheduled on the final three days. The first edition of the tournament was played in 2017 in Poland where Bajrang Punia led India to three silver medals. In the second edition, it was Ravi Kumar Dahiya who went on to prove his mettle at the 2019 Senior World Championships by claiming the bronze and confirming the 57kg freestyle category berth at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. The entire action from the seven-day UWW U-23 World Championships 2019 will be streamed live and exclusive on www.wrestlingtv.in.READ: Lewis Hamilton bemoans loss of possible third spot in qualifyingREAD: ‘I had to risk it,’ says Valtteri Bottas after Mexico horror crash COMMENT Last Updated: 27th October, 2019 18:41 IST Shravan Leads India’s Campaign At U-23 World Wrestling C’ship Sharvan Singh will lead India’s 30-member campaign at the 3rd Under-23 World Wrestling Championship in Budapest, Hungary starting from  Oct 28 to Nov 3. Suman Ray 11 months ago Digvijaya Singh repeats ‘BJP-ISI’ remark while facing defamation casecenter_img FOLLOW US WATCH US LIVE WE RECOMMEND SUBSCRIBE TO US 11 months ago Bajrang Dal’s garba diktat; asks organisers to insist on Aadhaar 11 months ago Delhi Police arrest man who stole 25 kg gold from his employer Written Bylast_img read more