Mountain Jam Adds Led Zeppelin Tribute, Shares Daily Lineups

first_imgIt’s a big day for Mountain Jam fans, as the beloved Hunter Mountain festival has shared yet another major announcement. From June 2-5, Hunter, NY will host the 12th annual Mountain Jam, and now fans can know what to expect for each day of the music. The festival has not only shared their daily schedule, but they’ve also revealed one additional performance.At this year’s Mountain Jam, the band Train will perform the album Led Zeppelin II. The “Drops of Jupiter” band will dig into the Led Zeppelin catalog, pulling out hits like “Whole Lotta Love,” “What Is And What Should Never Be,” “Ramble On,” and more. Nice.Check out the full daily schedule below, and head here for more information.Mountain Jam Daily LineupsTHURSDAY, JUNE 2    Umphrey’s McGee    Train plays Led Zeppelin II    Marco Benevento & Superhuman Happiness: A Tribute to David Bowie    Donna The Buffalo    Cabinet    Wild Adriatic    Jane Lee HookerFRIDAY, JUNE 3    Wilco    Gov’t Mule    Jason Isbell    Courtney Barnett    Chris Robinson Brotherhood    The New Mastersounds (late night)    Nahko And Medicine For The People    Turkuaz    And The Kids    Love Canon    Marcus King Band    Copious Jones    Madaila    Suitcase Junket    The Movement    Upstate RubdownSATURDAY, JUNE 4    Beck    Thievery Corporation (late night)    Gary Clark Jr.    Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats    Lettuce    Houndmouth    Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds    The Record Company    Son Little    Con Brio    Darlingside    The Paul Green Rock Academy    Ratboy Jr.SUNDAY, JUNE 5    The Avett Brothers    Brandi Carlile    Michael Franti & Spearhead    Third World    The London Souls    The Ballroom Thieves with Maine Youth Rock Orchestra    Quilt    Elijah Wolf    Scott Sharrard    The Paul Green Rock Academy    Bari Koral’s Yogaramalast_img read more

Morrison ‘made acid threat’

first_img Press Association West Ham midfielder Ravel Morrison threatened to throw acid in the face of his ex-girlfriend and have her killed, a court heard on Thursday. Morrison, who spoke only to confirm his name, age and address, sat in the dock at the court for the brief hearing as the harassment allegation was also added to the charges. The court heard the additional charge of causing his ex-girlfriend to fear violence would be used against her spanned the period from January 1, 2010 to July 20 this year. The charge alleges he threatened to throw acid in her face, blow up her house and have her killed and other threats of violence. David Fish QC, representing Morrison, indicated the defendant would be pleading not guilty to the charges. District Judge Khalid Qureshi bailed Morrison to appear at Manchester Crown Court for a preliminary hearing on August 28. Morrison, originally from Manchester, was initially remanded in custody last week before being bailed. His bail conditions are that he lives in Canary Wharf, London, does not contact directly or indirectly the two women complainants, does not go on to the street where they live, and does not enter the Greater Manchester area except for a court appearance, to see his lawyers or to visit for a West Ham game in the area and to return to London immediately after the match. Despite being touted as a bright prospect at Old Trafford, Morrison appeared only in the League Cup before former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson sold him to West Ham for £650,000 in January 2012. West Ham manager Sam Allardyce took him to Upton Park but he was later shipped out on loan to Birmingham and QPR. Morrison picked up the first of his four England Under-21 caps in a 4-0 win over San Marino in October and was subject to a bid from Fulham in January – although the offer was rejected. center_img The 21-year-old is also accused of threatening to blow up her house in a course of harassment against his ex-girlfriend Reah Mansoor lasting four years, Manchester Magistrates’ Court heard. The former Manchester United player was initially arrested and charged with two counts of common assault after allegedly punching and slapping Miss Mansoor, 19, and her mother Parveen Mansoor, 39, in the early hours of July 27 in Salford. last_img read more