Coach house – The Carriage HSE Sat, 25 Jun 2022 03:03:24 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Coach house – The Carriage HSE 32 32 Recap of official Michigan state visits in June Fri, 24 Jun 2022 23:58:50 +0000

June 10-12

The first week included several five stars and the second weekend was just as busy. For starters, this weekend was headlined by Brockton (Mass.) offensive tackle Thayer Academy Samson “Pancake Honcho” OkunlolaSeattle Rainier Beach cornerback Caleb Presleydefensive lineman at Covenant Christian Academy in Colleyville, Texas Enow Etta (who MSU is battling rival Michigan for) and Bradenton (Florida) linebacker IMG Academy Jordan Room. The IMG product ended up signing up at a team dinner at Mel Tucker’s house on June 11, becoming the second-highest-rated recruit in that class.

Committed Prospects – New Caney (Texas) High running back Kedrick ReescanoDexter (Mich.) High tight end Brennan Parachekand Bettendorf (Iowa) Pleasant Valley defensive lineman Andrew Dapaepe – were also visiting and all showed that they were recruiting other players to accompany them to East Lansing (especially Dapaepe working on Etta).

But the headlines this weekend weren’t about gamers, but about amenities. Photoshoots are one of the most crucial parts of recruiting these days, and these staff know it. During the June 3 photo shoot, players posed with Coach Tucker next to a Jeep Grand Wagoneer. This week, a Mercedes G Wagon, a Ferrari and a Rolls Royce were transported to Spartan Stadium as part of the photo shoot.

Well, interior offensive lineman Carrollwood Day from Tampa, Florida Wedin claywho goes to the same school as cornerback commit nice eddie, committed after his visit. MSU’s recruiting surge in the first two weeks of June was something no one had seen this program do before.

June 17-19

Although no commits were here this weekend, it was still a very efficient release. The highest rated rookie this weekend, Ramsey (NJ) Offensive tackle Don Bosco Prep Chase Bisontisreunited with former high school teammate and new MSU running back Jalen Berger.

The visit also hosted Norman (Okla.) Community Christian School board Bai Jobe – MSU recently jumped into the mix with him. Orlando (Florida) Offensive tackle for Dr. Phillips Payton Kirkland and East St. Louis (Ill.) High Offensive Tackle Miles McVay expressed interest in playing together in college were visiting with each other. Both are north of 6-6 and 340 pounds. McVay has won MVPs at multiple lineman camps and Kirkland is a 4-star Florida prospect.

Twin linebackers Michael and Andre Harris in Altamonte Springs (Florida), Lake Brantley was close at hand and is obviously high in MSU. The twins are also getting a lot of attention from Pittsburgh and Maryland.

Other notable visitors were Indianapolis offensive tackle Roncalli Trevor Lauck and Chesapeake (Va.) Western Branch Wide Receiver Paul Billups.

Oh, and the cars this weekend were just a Lamborghini and a Ferrari – disappointing I know.

June 24-26

Last, but not least, Michigan State will close out the month with several recruits they are battling for against other schools.

Michigan native Jalen Thompson of Detroit Cass Tech is one of the big names in this group. Adding another recruit to the state would be huge for this staff, not just for this class but for recruiting going forward.

While Venice (Fla.) High Security Elliot Washington enlisted in Alabama, his recruiting is far from over. Right now it looks like a close race between the Tide and the Spartans. Washington hails from the same high school in Florida as current Spartan corner Charles Brantley. With Brantley seeing the field early in his career and showing success, Washington could see East Lansing as a landing spot for him. Long Beach (California) Long Beach Poly cornerback Daylen Austin is currently committed to LSU, but again, the Spartans also have a chance to turn him over.

Offensive tackle for Franklin Road Academy in Nashville (Tennis) Joe Crocker is an intriguing prospect. He is modestly considered a 3-star prospect, but he has a top rookie’s offer list with over 30 offers. His athleticism along with his height at 6-6, 310 pounds has made him a priority for schools like Wisconsin, Mississippi State and Tennessee with MSU. Pleasant will also be there, I’m sure he will recruit as hard as the coaching staff.

What it all means

For starters, this isn’t the first time many of these rookies have visited East Lansing. Spending their own money to come from Texas, Florida, Washington, Massachusetts and other states says a lot about how diverse this staff has become and how interested players are.

Although the first two weeks were very successful, there is no need to go into panic mode if there are no commitments during the following month. When you’re recruited by every top school in the country, it’s worth taking your time. Making announcements at special events, such as the Under Armor All-American game and the Adidas All-American Bowl is also very common, with these coming after high school seasons.

Prospects like Kirkland already have a commitment date set for July 23 and I can guarantee that a majority of those recruits will be back in the fall for at least one game before committing.

To advance

It’s a new era in Michigan State football and recruiting and fans should get used to it. According to 247 Sports, MSU currently has eight 4-star recruits for the Class of 2023, and that number will only grow. Michigan State’s highest-ever recruiting class, the infamous Class of 2016, had nine 4-star recruits. What Mel Tucker did before third grade exceeded everyone’s expectations.

With the new player collective (The East Lansing NIL Club) and SDFL brand (Spartan Dawgs For Life) coming, coupled with a facility upgrade, Michigan State has set itself up to compete for a long time. term, not only with Ohio State and Michigan. , but at the national level. The talent gap that Coach Tucker talked about keeps closing. With Tucker on track to have the highest-ranked class in school history, months like June will be something fans can look forward to for years to come.

Arsenal wonderkid Tyreece John-Jules sent to Ipswich on loan with ex-Man Utd manager McKenna delighted with move Wed, 22 Jun 2022 19:00:09 +0000

ARSENAL wonderkid Tyreece John-Jules has joined Ispwich on a season-long loan.

And former Manchester United manager Kieran McKenna, now Portman Road boss, is delighted to have the youngster.


Arsenal striker Tyreece John-Jules will spend the 2022-23 season at IpswichCredit: Getty

John-Jules, nephew of actor Danny, joined the Gunners aged eight.

He has progressed through the academy but is yet to make his senior debut.

The 21-year-old spent last season on loan at Blackpool and Sheffield on Wednesday before his campaign was cut short by a muscle injury.

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The England youth international told Ipswich Internal Media: “It’s been a busy day but I’m delighted to start here and meet the lads.

“I had a meeting with the manager and the people around me had only positive things to say about the club.

“The way Ipswich play suits me. The style of play was an important decision for me as a player on loan.

“I’ve played in Ligue 1 before, so hopefully I’ll get used to it quickly and score goals for the team.


“Last season was one of my worst with this injury, but I hope to bounce back this season. I’m back in shape now and ready to go.”

City boss McKenna added of Ipswich’s fourth summer signing: “There’s a lot to admire in Tyreece’s game.

“He’s someone I’ve known and followed throughout his youth career at Arsenal and in England.

“He’s a really talented and versatile striker who can play in a number of different positions.

“He has a very high technical level and can play with both feet.

“If he can get regular form then he is an extremely talented player with very high potential. We are very happy to have him on board.”

Kieran McKenna is now in charge of Portman Road after leaving Manchester United


Kieran McKenna is now in charge of Portman Road after leaving Manchester UnitedCredit: Getty
House Oversight Committee slams Daniel Snyder for being ‘afraid’ to testify Mon, 20 Jun 2022 14:18:00 +0000

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If Daniel Snyder did indeed reconsider his decision not to testify before the US House Oversight & Reform Committee on Wednesday, he ended up making the same decision as before. Chances are he didn’t spend any time reconsidering his position at all.

Via Mark Maske of Washington Post, Snyder’s attorney sent a letter to the Committee regarding Friday’s request that Snyder reconsider his decision not to testify and make himself available instead. A Committee spokesperson replied: “His refusal to testify sends an unequivocal signal that Mr. Snyder has something to hide and is afraid to tell the truth to the American public and address the key worker protection issues facing the NFL.

That there is something to hide has been evident since last July 1, when the NFL hid all the facts developed during a 10-month investigation by attorney Beth Wilkinson, instead trotting out an argument ridiculous that because some current or former employees wanted anonymity, everything about the investigation must remain secret.

Once Jon Gruden’s emails went public, it became untenable for him to stay as Raiders coach. If/when specific facts gathered or recommendations developed by Wilkinson become public, it would most likely become untenable for Snyder to retain ownership of the Commanders. That is why, in my opinion, everything has been hidden.

From Snyder’s perspective, the consequences of not appearing to testify are better for him than the consequences of actually showing up. Even without Snyder, Commissioner Roger Goodell will appear and testify. It will be interesting to see if the various members of the committee are able to dig down to the truth and unravel the spurious defense that Big Shield has used to protect Snyder and, in turn, to ensure that the other owners do not don’t have to worry that a complaint from a disgruntled employee will escalate into a blunt audit of the company that could force that owner to sell as well.

Lakers hire Hawks assistant Chris Jent to coaching staff Sat, 18 Jun 2022 22:30:05 +0000


Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James.

New Los Angeles Lakers head coach Darvin Ham has taken his time to complete his coaching staff. There were rumors that Rasheed Wallace would be on the staff, but these rumors have yet to be confirmed. The former Detroit Pistons star wasn’t ready for the top assistant job as Ham had his sights set on another for the closest seat next to him on the bench.

According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Lakers are hiring Chris Jent as their best assistant.

Jent has spent the past six years as an assistant with the Atlanta Hawks. Prior to that, he bounced all over the NCAA and NBA. He was notably an assistant for the Cleveland Cavaliers from 2006 to 2011, where he coached LeBron James for most of that tenure. He also has strong ties to Ham as they were both at Mike Budenholzer in Atlanta for one season.

With the hiring of Jent, the Lakers now have a coach who has worked with both LeBron and Ham, which should be an asset when the new coaching staff arrives.

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Jent has experience as a player

Jent has been coaching for almost two decades now, but he’s also had a long career as a player. The former Ohio State guard won a championship with the Houston Rockets in 1994. He also spent time with the New York Knicks. Both of those stints were brief, and Jent played most of his games in leagues outside of the NBA.

That said, like Ham, Jent’s experience as a player should help him manage a team like the Lakers that is full of superstar talent. As Ham’s best assistant, Jent will have many responsibilities. The first thing to do is figure out how to get an ill-fitting play list to play well in the field.

Lakers lose Quinton Crawford

Ham was not interested in bringing back all the coaches from Frank Vogel’s previous tenure. David Fizdale and Mike Penberthy were fired when he was hired. Ham didn’t want to completely clean the house, though. He was able to retain Phil Handy, who is considered one of the best shooting coaches in the NBA.

Ham also wanted to keep Quinton Crawford as he is seen as a promising young manager. Unfortunately, the coach had different ideas. According to Brad Turner of the Los Angeles Times, Crawford decided to join the Dallas Mavericks and Jason Kidd.

Crawford and Kidd knew each other as they were recently under Vogel on the Lakers coaching staff. Ham will now have to find another manager to join the team. Unlike Vogel, he has all the power to choose his staff and he takes his time. Wallace will likely eventually join the staff, but there will still be a few vacancies. He shouldn’t have any difficulties as the Lakers are still one of the hottest destinations in the NBA.

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Wests Tigers to meet Cameron Ciraldo for vacant coaching job Sun, 12 Jun 2022 07:03:06 +0000

One of Brett Kimmorley’s first acts as interim Wests Tigers coach was to call Michael Maguire and let him know he had no part in the coach’s disappearance.

Channel Nine cameras captured Kimmorley arriving at the club’s headquarters in Concord just hours after Maguire was sacked and left the establishment for the last time on Tuesday.

Tim Sheens and Brett Kimmorley in front of the cameras on Tuesday night following the decision to sack Maguire.Credit:SMH/Oscar Colman

This column was told that ‘Noddy’ called Maguire to let him know he only learned of his promotion the day the coach was sacked. Maguire had no qualms about Kimmorley’s involvement.

Interest of Eels Lodge

The Parramatta Eels have inquired about Matt Lodge’s services for the remainder of the season.

Based on what they believe to be Lodge’s current market value, the NRL has told the Eels that it will cost them around $20,000 per game (nearly $250,000 for the rest of the season) over the salary cap for Lodge services.

This number will go down with each passing week. The Eels can see the value in adding muscle to an already intimidating pack, but they don’t want to shell out more than $200,000 to do so.

But perhaps signing Lodge five weeks from the Finals, as the Panthers did with Tevita Pangai Jr last year, could be money better spent. The Eels have until August 1 to reach an agreement.

Lodge came through the ranks at the Wests Tigers alongside Mitchell Moses and Nathan Brown and shares a close bond with them.

Knights moves for Hastings

We hear Newcastle have been in talks about possibly doing a play for Jackson Hastings next year.

Hastings management shares a close relationship with Knights head of recruiting Clint Zammit. The Knights made a play for Luke Brooks last summer, but the halfback was not released from the Tigers.

It will be interesting to see what the new Tigers coach thinks of Hastings. He’s become something of a cult hero among Tigers fans but, as we know, he’s not everyone’s cup of tea.

He’s making around $375,000 this year, but that drops to around $500,000 for the final season of his two-year contract.

Brennan’s way out of Newcastle

Garth Brennan’s return to the NRL didn’t last very long. The former Gold Coast Titans manager recently ended his job with the Knights, where he was responsible for looking after the club’s youth courses and development.

Brennan apparently disagreed with some people at the club about how the Knights should operate, deciding to quit due to his different view of Newcastle.

Tigers Brush Staines

We reported last week that Charlie Staines’ future is up in the air at Penrith as his manager pursues a regular job in the NRL.


It turns out his manager phoned the Wests Tigers to see if they would be interested in Staines’ services as fullback for next year.

The Tigers appear to be invested in Daine Laurie at the moment, recently meeting with his agent to discuss an extension.

Clubs uneasy over Wayne turmoil in Tonga

There are a few clubs a little worried about Wayne Bennett volunteering his time to help Dean Young with the Tonga national team later this month.

While Bennett has enjoyed a strong relationship with Young since their time as a player and manager at St George Illawarra a decade ago, some clubs believe Bennett has an ulterior motive.

There are some in the game who believe Bennett will use his time in the Tonga camp to try to boost his recruitment campaign for the Dolphins next year.

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Todd Lee named director of scouting/assistant head coach Fri, 10 Jun 2022 15:04:24 +0000

FAYETTEVILLE- University of Arkansas basketball head coach Eric Musselman has named former University of South Dakota basketball head coach Todd Lee director of scouting and assistant from the head coach of the Razorbacks.

Lee and Musselman have a relationship that has lasted over 30 years. Lee was on Musselman’s staff with the Rapid City Thrillers from 1992-94 after serving three years (1989-92) as an assistant coach under legendary University of San Diego head coach Hank Egan. who was Musselman’s coach with the Toreros. Additionally, Lee coached 2021-22 Razorback Stanley Umude to three All-Summit League honors while playing at South Dakota.

In addition to his ties to Musselman, Lee has ties to northwest Arkansas as his parents – MO and Wanda – lived in Bentonville for over 20 years after his father retired.

“Todd is exceptionally detailed and precise,” Musselman said. “He’s a veteran coach and he’s here to serve as extra eyes. He’ll bring new ideas to the staff on how to look at things, how to plot on both sides of the pitch and how to attack things. That’s always been a collective agreement for our teams. We are always looking for ideas and input, this is why and how our staff was put together. One of the things about being a former head coach is that , when you’re not a head coach, you know what it takes to be a great assistant and Todd Lee will be perfect for that.

Lee, a two-time Conference Coach of the Year and a finalist for National Coach of the Year, spent four seasons as head coach at the University of South Dakota and has 12 years of coaching experience. collegiate head coach to his credit. He was 66-52 at South Dakota (2018-22) and 154-81 in eight years at Kentucky Wesleyan (2005-13). Lee also served as an assistant coach at Southwestern CC (1986-89), Cal State Bakersfield (1994-97), UC Irvine (1997-2005) and Grand Canyon (2013-18).

Lee led South Dakota to a 19-12 record in 2021-22, including a 12-5 mark after a two-week hiatus from the program due to COVID, while reaching the Summit semifinals League. Mason Archambault and Kruz Perrott-Hunt were named All-Summit League Second Team while Tasos Kamateros received honorable mentions and Boogie Anderson was voted to the league All-Defensive First Team.

In his third season at USD (20020-21), Lee guided a trio of Coyotes to All-Summit League honors with Umude (1st), AJ Plitzuweit (1st) and Xavier Fuller (HM). Lee also won the 2021 Summit League Coach of the Year honors while Plitzuweit won the Newcomer of the Year award as well as a spot on the All-Newcomer team. The Coyotes started conference play 9-0 for the first time since the 1992-93 season and went 10 in a row for their longest streak since the 2009-10 campaign. Lee’s team also eliminated South Dakota State at Frost Arena for the first time since the 1999-00 season, ending SDSU’s 32-game home game winning streak.

The Coyotes finished the season ranked eighth in the nation in 3-point field goal percentage, 14th in the nation in free throw percentage, and 15th in the nation in turnover percentage. In the Summit League, the Yotes ranked first in free throw percentage and defensive field goal percentage.

Individually, Umude earned NABC All-District Second Team honors and finished the season as the nation’s 10th leading scorer and fifth in field goals. He’s the only Coyote since the program went to Division I in 2008 to score more than 21 points per game. He finished his career 11th in program history in points.

In year two, he guided Tyler Hagedorn to first-team All-Summit League honors after finishing a redshirt season. Hagedorn also earned NABC All-District 12 first-team honors and was twice Summit League Player of the Month and twice Summit League Player of the Week. Umude earned second-team All-Summit League honors. Umude also became the first Coyote to win pre-season Summit League Player of the Year honors.

As a team, the Coyotes recorded 20 wins in the 2019-20 season and had an eight-game winning streak overall as well as a seven-game conference winning streak, the longest such streaks since joining the Summit League. The Yotes finished as one of 11 teams in the nation that had five starters average 10 or more points on the season. Additionally, SHU finished the season ranked sixth in the nation in FG percentage and 3-point percentage while ranking fourth in the nation with 1.021 points per possession on the season.

In his first year in charge of USD, he guided Umude to All-Summit League first-team honors after increasing his points per game by 13.3 points in his debut campaign to 14, 4 points per contest. That number led the nation for all sophomores during their rookie season. Senior Trey Burch-Manning and junior Triston Simpson each earned honorable mention on the Summit League teams, while junior Cody Kelley earned rookie team honors. As a team, Lee’s defense led the Summit League in the fewest points allowed per game at just 71.2 while the Yotes ranked sixth in the nation in the fewest turnovers.

Prior to South Dakota, Lee spent five seasons as an associate head coach at Grand Canyon University, helping the Antelopes to a 103-58 record. He served under former NBA All-Star Dan Majerle and the program racked up 81 wins during the four-year transition to Division I, starting Lee’s freshman year with GCU. The number of wins is the highest of any program that made the jump to Division I.

In his final season at the Grand Canyon (2017-18), the ‘Lopes totaled 22 wins for the third straight year and advanced to the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) championship game. GCU finished in the WAC’s top three in all five seasons with Lee and made four straight playoff appearances.

During his five years at GCU, Lee mentored five All-WAC First-Team selections, four Second-Team winners, four All-Defensive Team selections and a WAC Freshman of the Year. Additionally, three-time All-Conference winner Josh Braun was a three-time Academic All-American, including two first-team nods.

Lee came to the Grand Canyon after eight seasons at the Kentucky Wesleyan. After returning to a program with limited scholarships due to NCAA sanctions, Lee won just 20 in his first two seasons with the Panthers. However, he went 24-8 in the third year and made the first of five straight NCAA Division II Tournament appearances. The highlight was the 2012 campaign when Lee led Kentucky Wesleyan to a trip to the Sweet 16 and a No. 1 national ranking during the year. The program has finished the season in the top 25 four times, and the Panthers have averaged 22 wins over Lee’s last six seasons with a .736 winning percentage (134-48).

Lee has coached five All-Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) first-team selections and 14 performers from all conferences, including Jeff Fahnbulleh, the 2007-08 GLVC Player of the Year. Lee was named the 2008 GLVC Coach of the Year in 2008Midwest Region NABC Coach of the Year in 2010 and a finalist for the prestigious Clarence ‘Big House’ Gaines Division II National Coach of the Year in 2012.

He spent eight seasons (1887-05) as an assistant coach at UC-Irvine with the last four as associate head coach under Pat Douglass. The Anteaters have won two Big West Conference championships and won three consecutive 20-win seasons for the first time in program history.

UC-Irvine also played in the National Invitational Tournament in 2001 and 2002.

Lee also served as an assistant under Douglass for three years at CSU-Bakersfield, compiling a 75-16 record and winning the NCAA Division II National Championship in 1997. Over the three years (1994-97), the Roadrunners qualified for the NCAA Tournament.

Lee spent two years (1992-94) as an assistant coach for the CBA’s Rapid City Thrillers under Musselman. While with the Thrillers, Lee organized and coached the first CBA or NBA professional basketball team to tour China and face the Chinese National Army, posting a record 5 -0 in 1992.

Lee’s coaching career began as an assistant at Southwestern College (1986-89) before being named assistant coach at the University of San Diego (1989-1992).

A native of Huron, South Dakota, Lee graduated from South Dakota in 1986 with a degree in business administration. He received his Masters in Education from Azusa Pacific in 2003. Lee has three sons, Carson, Jackson and Peyton.

Birth: February 20, 1964
Hometown: Huron, South Dakota
Alma Mater: South Dakota, 1986
Children: Carson, Jackson and Peyton
Education: South Dakota (1986 – Bachelor of Business Administration); Azusa Pacific (2003 – Masters in Education)

1986–1989 Southwest CC (assistant coach)
1989–1992 San Diego (assistant coach)
1992–1994 Rapid City Thrillers (assistant coach)
1994–1997 Cal State Bakersfield (assistant coach)
1997–2005 UC Irvine (assistant coach)
2005–2013 Kentucky Wesleyan (head coach)
2013–2018 Grand Canyon (assistant coach)
2018-2022 South Dakota (Head Coach)
2022-pres. Arkansas (Director of Scouting and Assistant Head Coach)

Todd Snider Details Fall 2022 ‘American Troubadour Tour’ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 18:59:45 +0000

Todd Snider hit the road in September and October 2022 on the aptly named American Troubadour Tour. The month-long series of more than three dozen concerts will take Peace Queer from coast to coast throughout the fall.

The new set of dates begins September 7 at Harvester Performance Center in Rocky Mount, Virginia. Starting on the east coast, Snider will work its way west and vice versa. After West Coast stops in Denver Primal Theater (09/29), Portland Revolution Hall (10/6) outside his hometown of Beaverton, San Francisco Great American Music Hall (10/14), and many more, Snider will return east. The first step of American Troubadour Tour culminates on Halloween night at Jamf Theater in Eau Claire, WI. Snider called the upcoming run a continuation of his “second tour – because I went on the road in 1994 and never got home before the pandemic.”

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Joining Todd throughout the tour are an array of openings, including Ray Wylie Hubbard for four shows across California, Nevada and Utah in late October; Nicki Bluhm in Denver, Missoula and Bozeman; Lilly Winwood for shows from September 7 to 18; and Ryan Montbleau from October 3 to 19.

The American Troubadour Tour will coincide with the release of Live: The Return of the Storyteller. The sequel to Snider’s acclaimed 2011 hit The narrator The live album was recorded during its first round of broadcasts following its reappearance from the COVID-induced lockdown. Last year saw the release of Snider’s part concept album, part fatback music homage, First Agnostic Church of Hope and Wonder.

Tickets for the Todd Snider American Troubadour Tour goes on sale Friday at 1 p.m. ET. Scroll down for a full list of dates.

Todd Snider American Troubadour Tour Appointment

September 7 – Harvester Performance Center – Rocky Mount, VA*
September 9 – Infinity Hall Norfolk – Norfolk, Connecticut*
September 10 – Narrows Center for the Arts – Fall River, MA*
September 11 – Infinity Hall Hartford – Hartford, Connecticut*
September 13 – Swyer Theater at The Egg – Albany, NY*
September 15 – StageOne – Fairfield, Connecticut*
September 16 – Natick Arts Center – Natick, MA*
September 17 – Sellersville Theater – Sellersville, Pennsylvania*
September 18 – The Queen – Wilmington, DE*
September 29 – Paramount Theater – Denver, CO +
October 1 – The Wilma – Missoula, MT +
October 2 – THE ORME – Bozeman, MT+
October 3 – Egyptian Theater – Boise, ID @
October 4 – Tower Theater – Bend, OR@
October 6 – Revolution Hall – Portland, OR@
October 7 – Soreng Theater at the Hult Center – Eugene, OR@
October 8 – Neptune Theater – Seattle, WA @
October 9 – The Bing Crosby Theater – Spokane, WA @
October 12 – Arcata Theater Lounge – Arcata, CA@
October 13 – Raven Theater – Healdsburg, CA@
October 14 – Great American Music Hall – San Francisco, CA@
October 16 – Rio Theater – Santa Cruz, CA@
October 18 – The Fremont Theater – San Luis Obispo, CA@
October 19 – The Coach House – San Juan Capistrano, CA@
October 21 – Paradise Performing Arts Center – Paradise, CA~
October 22 – Bally’s Lake Tahoe Casino Resort – South Lake Tahoe, NV~
October 24 – The State Room – Salt Lake City, UT ~
October 25 – The State Room – Salt Lake City, UT~
October 26 – Washington’s – Fort Collins, CO
October 28 – Knuckleheads – Kansas City, MO
October 29 – Scottish Rite Hall – Omaha, NE
October 30 – Wooly’s – Des Moines, Iowa
October 31 – Jamf Theater – Eau Claire, WI
* with Lilly Winwood
+ with Nicki Bluhm
@ with Ryan Montbleau
~ with Ray Wylie Hubbard

Show tour dates

The Voice may be on a long hiatus, but Blake Shelton has revealed how Gwen Stefani makes him work from home Fri, 03 Jun 2022 22:13:10 +0000

Spring has been a long time for fans of The voicewho haven’t gone this long without a season of the NBC singing competition since its debut in 2011. The switch to one season per year provided a nice break for the cast, as John Legend started a residency in Las Vegas, and the show’s only two OG members – host Carson Daly and coach Blake Shelton – go to recharge after 21 seasons. Shelton’s wife, Gwen Stefani, also reportedly enjoyed having her husband home, as the cowboy revealed how she put him to work in his spare time.

When The voice Season 22 will air on NBC this fall, Gwen Stefani will join Blake Shelton in the Big Red Chairs alongside veteran John Legend and first time coach Camila Cabello. This will be the ska legend’s sixth season on the show, but his first since the “Happy Anywhere” singers tied the knot last summer in an intimate ceremony. officiated by none other than Carson Daly. They can, in fact, be happy anywhere, but Shelton said People that his wife is taking full advantage of having him home during the extended break:

Gwen is completely into it. It’s time to plant the flowers. And Gwen is not content with these small areas around the sidewalk. We are talking about fields, hectares of flowers. So I have my work cut out.