Nebraska Festival Erases Online Presence After Headliners Back Out

first_imgThis past weekend’s River City Music Festival saw two of its three headliners pull out of the festival at the last minute. Set for Saturday, June 18th, the Nebraska festival saw George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic and Keller Williams drop out at the last minute, while third headliner Matisyahu did actually perform.As reported by Brooklyn Vegan and local news network WOWT, the festival did at some point post an apology on its Facebook page, only to fully delete their website and social media presence in the wake of extreme anger shown by several disappointed fans.While the festival promoters seem to be hiding, Keller Williams, however, did release a statement on his Facebook page that pulls back the curtain on some of the reasons why this festival had so many problems, and the difficult decisions that artists face when put in tough situations like what he experienced at River City. He talks about how he “love[s] to play festivals” and how he is “grateful to get to play so many,” yet that “with this particular festival, my team and I had to follow our guts and pay attention to the red flags that the producers started to raise.”Read the full statement from Williams, below:I’m truly sorry for canceling the Nebraska festival. I feel like shit and that’s a feeling that I’m not used to feeling. I love to play festivals. I’m so grateful to get the opportunity to play so many. Over the years, my team and I have finally learned to follow our guts. The first couple bad checks we received, we got mad. Lawyers were hired and more money was spent and it ended in a head shaking lesson learned. Who wants to admit that they don’t have the money to pay you? Not me. I admire all promoters and festival producers because they take a HUGE risk for all of our good times. Also because I could never do it. Where would my world be without them? Probably in a van down by the river.So with this particular festival, my team and I had to follow our guts and pay attention to the red flags that the producers started to raise. To all the folks I inconvenienced with this decision, I’m truly sorry and hope I can make it up to you,personally…..some how. Kw.last_img read more

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College football updated polls: AP Top 25, Coaches Poll rankings after Week 12

first_imgWith that, the latest AP Top 25 and Coaches Poll rankings after the Week 12 slate of games:College football polls updated after Week 12Coaches PollRankTeamNo. 1 votesW-L1LSU5510-02Ohio State610-03Clemson411-04Georgia09-15Alabama09-16Oregon09-17Oklahoma09-18Utah09-19Penn State09-110Florida09-211Minnesota09-112Michigan08-213Baylor09-114Wisconsin08-215Notre Dame08-216Auburn07-317Cincinnati09-118Memphis09-119Boise State09-120Iowa07-321SMU08-122Appalachian State09-123Oklahoma State07-324Texas A&M07-325San Diego State08-2Moved in: No. 23 Oklahoma State; No. 24 Texas A&M; No. 25 San Diego StateOthers receiving votes: Virginia Tech 46; Air Force 43; Indiana 39; Navy 25; Virginia 20; Louisiana Tech 10; UL Lafayette 8; Pittsburgh 7; Southern California 3; Wake Forest 2; Temple 1; Kansas State 1AP Top 25RankTeamPointsW-L1LSU1,54210-02Ohio State1,47810-03Clemson1,44211-04Georgia1,3439-15Alabama1,2639-16Oregon1,2439-17Utah1,1559-18Oklahoma1,1449-19Penn State1,0309-110Florida9849-211Minnesota9029-112Michigan8298-213Baylor7879-114Wisconsin7468-215Notre Dame6768-216Auburn6237-317Cincinnati5369-118Memphis5209-119Iowa4937-320Boise State3799-121SMU3289-122Oklahoma State2007-323Appalachian State1549-124Texas A&M1327-325Virginia Tech617-3Moved in: No. 22 Appalachian State; No. 24 Texas A&M; No. 25 Virginia TechOthers receiving votes: Indiana 47; Iowa State 31; Virginia 23; Navy 13; Air Force 12; Pittsburgh 9; San Diego State 7; USC 6; Washington 6; Texas 4; Illinois 1 MORE: SN Week 13 college football rankingsOther notable games include defeats of previously unbeaten teams Minnesota and Baylor, each of which fell out of the top 10 of the Coaches and AP polls after losses to Iowa and Oklahoma, respectively. Another week has passed in the 2019 college football season, and once again the rankings have changed ever so slightly to reflect the outcomes of Saturday’s games.The only change in the top five this week came from Georgia and Alabama; the Bulldogs beat Auburn in Jordan-Hare Stadium while Alabama, despite downing Mississippi State 38-7 in Starkville, lost quarterback Tua Tagovailoa for the year. Those teams switched positions so that Georgia is at No. 4 in the Coaches Poll and AP Top 25, while Alabama is No. 5last_img read more