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Umphrey’s McGee Tapped As Replacement For Shpongle’s Cancelled Bonnaroo Set

first_imgAs next weekend draws closer, excitement has been building for those heading to Manchester, TN for Bonnaroo on June 8th-11th. Today, the festival announced that due to issues attaining a visa to enter the United States, British DJ Simon Posford, aka Shpongle has been forced to cancel his late-night Simon Posford Presents The Spongletron set on Saturday night from 1:30am – 3:00am. However, the festival has announced the replacement for the Saturday late-night slot, and they’re no slackers: That’s right, Umphrey’s McGee will return to the Bonnaroo late-night lineup where they’ve played several memorable shows in years past. The Saturday night “That Tent” set will be their first of two Bonnaroo sets this year, before they play their previously-scheduled “Which Stage” set on Sunday afternoon.Brendan Bayliss Talks New Umphrey’s McGee Album, Career Highlights In Podcast EpisodeUmphrey’s McGee is no stranger to Bonnaroo late-nights. The Chicago prog-jam stalwarts have delivered several memorable after-hours performances in their 9 years on the Farm to date, including their 2006 set featuring guest spots from Marc Brownstein, Aron Magner, Joe Russo, Tom Hamilton to their 2012 two-set late-night throw-down with Big Gigantic playing during set break.You can watch footage of Umphrey’s performing a reggae version of Pink Floyd‘s “Breathe” from their 2012 Bonnaroo late-night below via YouTube user StereoPirateMusic:[Cover Photo via Phierce Photo by Keith G.]last_img read more

Millennials increasingly link money with fulfillment

first_imgFocused on purpose and meaning, millennials nonetheless wind up more satisfied when their finances are in order, a new study suggests.by: Dan KadlecMillennials define success more broadly than older generations, seeing it as less about wealth and more about a healthy and fulfilling life. But even as this generation tries to change the world through jobs and investments with purpose, among other things, it may be finding that financial success and personal satisfaction often go hand in hand.Millennials who describe themselves as successful—whatever that may mean to them as individuals—report more healthy finances across the board than those who do not, new research shows. For example, 31% of millennials who say they are satisfied with their current lifestyle report annual income over $75,000, while just 24% of all millennials earn that much.Might their healthier income be part of the reason? That seems likely, based on a broad range of findings in a new survey from MoneyTips.com, an online personal finance community geared at 18-to-34 year olds. Young adults describing themselves as satisfied with their current lifestyle, or successful, not only had more income but less debt, more savings, and more confidence in their ability to retire comfortably.None of this would feel surprising if not for the widely espoused view that millennials favor quality of life issues including job flexibility, social impact, and personal experiences over career and earning power. Maybe they are growing up and realizing that money may help—or at least not hinder—such pursuits. Or maybe their worldview is evolving at a subconscious level as the real world bears down on them. continue reading » 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more