“Hi Watter,” a wallop of a rock record from Pangburn native/badass guitarist Greg Spradlin and a formidable backup band, made its way into the world this year after germinating for nearly a decade. Check out our conversation with Spradlin about the record, Jim Dickinson’s indelible imprint on it, and its origin story in Ghana. And check out “Hi Watter” here or at your local record store.
The S 500 fell 38.25 points, or 1.5 percent, to 2,488.65. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 360.91 points, or 1.7 percent, to 21,052.53, and the Nasdaq was down 114.23, or 1.5 percent, to 7,373.08. Small company stocks fell far more than the rest of the market.
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Thompson wasn’t planning on becoming a manicurist. She had envisioned that one day she might be a fashion buyer. But while working for MCI, she decided to take a course in nail care, which had always been her hobby. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeBolton Wanderers handed out three debuts last night to January transfer deadline day signings against Morecambe.Midfielder MJ Williams started the League Two clash after penning a permanent deal for 18 months at Wanderers after leaving Blackpool.And forward Oladapo Afolayan and Marcus Maddison came off the bench last night having joined on loan from West Ham United and Charlton Athletic respectively until the end of the season.Maddison had an eventful evening, forcing Kyle Letheren into action as Wanderers sought a second goal, before being shown a straight red card by referee Oliver Langford for a challenge on Aaron Wildig.Afolayan impressed in his half hour cameo after replacing Lloyd Isgrove, as Wanderers drew 1 1 when Eoin Doyle opener was cancelled out by a header from Brad Lyons.Read MoreIan Evatt explains why Marcus Maddison did not let down Bolton Wanderers team mates with red cardAnd Evatt called the West Ham loanee but lamented the fact that both he and Maddison only had a limited amount of time on the pitch together.But the Bolton boss felt the game changed when Maddison was sent his marching orders, which the club are considering appealing.Speaking of Afolayan, Evatt said: “He’s magic, a talented boy, and that’s why we brought him to the club.”You saw glimpses but it’s a shame we didn’t see them in full flow, really, Madders and Dapo, because they were brought on to win us the game and they combined quite quickly for the chance.”But the referee changed the game with that decision and then it was a case of trying to be solid and hitting them on the counter.”It was disappointing to concede from a set piece but if you can’t win, don’t lose. And we would have lost that game earlier in the season.”Read MoreBolton Wanderers boss Ian Evatt on Morecambe draw, Marcus Maddison red card and potential appealOn Williams, Evatt feels the former Blackpool midfielder is only going to improve as time goes on, but was happy with what he saw from the debutant, who started the game in place of Kieran Lee with the former Sheffield Wednesday man currently self isolating after coming into a close contact with someone who has coronavirus.Evatt said: “He’s going to get better and better.