Legendary jazz and rock guitarist Carlos Santana is gearing up to release a new LP, Africa Speaks, due out on June 7th via Concord Records. The Rick Rubin-produced Africa Speaks marks Santana’s first full-length release since 2017’s The Power Of Peace, a collaborative effort with The Isley Brothers, as well as Santana’s wife and touring partner Cindy Blackman Santana.Following the release of singles “Los Invisibles” and “Yo Me Lo Merezco” featuring Spanish vocalist Buika, Santana has shared a new single also featuring Buika, “Candombe Cumbele”. Listen to Santana’s new tune “Candombe Cumbele” below:Santana ft. Buika – “Candombe Cumbele”[Audio: Santana]Fans can head here to pre-order Santana’s forthcoming Africa Speaks LP.This summer, Santana will hit the road in celebration of the 20th anniversary of his Grammy-winning album, Supernatural, and the 50th anniversary of his monumental performance at Woodstock. The Supernatural Now tour will span 29 dates over three months, and will feature support by The Doobie Brothers. Additionally, Santana will play 16 shows through November at Las Vegas, NV’s House of Blues at Mandalay Bay.Check out a list of Santana’s extensive 2019 tour dates below, and head to his website for ticketing and more information.Carlos Santana 2019 Tour Dates:Sep 18 – House of Blues at Mandalay Bay – Las Vegas, NVSep 20 – House of Blues at Mandalay Bay – Las Vegas, NVSep 21 – House of Blues at Mandalay Bay – Las Vegas, NVSep 22 – House of Blues at Mandalay Bay – Las Vegas, NVSep 25 – House of Blues at Mandalay Bay – Las Vegas, NVSep 27 – House of Blues at Mandalay Bay – Las Vegas, NVSep 28 – House of Blues at Mandalay Bay – Las Vegas, NVSep 29 – House of Blues at Mandalay Bay – Las Vegas, NVOct 30 – House of Blues at Mandalay Bay – Las Vegas, NVNov 1 – House of Blues at Mandalay Bay – Las Vegas, NVNov 2 – House of Blues at Mandalay Bay – Las Vegas, NVNov 3 – House of Blues at Mandalay Bay – Las Vegas, NVNov 6 – House of Blues at Mandalay Bay – Las Vegas, NVNov 8 – House of Blues at Mandalay Bay – Las Vegas, NVNov 9 – House of Blues at Mandalay Bay – Las Vegas, NVNov 10 – House of Blues at Mandalay Bay – Las Vegas, NVView Tour DatesSantana / The Doobie Brothers 2019 Tour Dates:June 22 – Phoenix, AZ @ Ak-Chin PavilionJune 23 – San Diego, CA @ North Island Credit Union AmphitheatreJune 24 – Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood BowlJune 26 – Mountain View, CA @ Shoreline AmphitheatreJune 27 – Wheatland, CA @ Toyota AmphitheatreJune 29 – Seattle, WA @ White River AmphitheatreJune 30 – Portland, OR @ Sunlight Supply AmphitheaterJuly 2 – Salt Lake City, UT @ USANA AmphitheatreJuly 3 – Denver, CO @ Pepsi CenterJuly 6 – Dallas, TX @ Dos Equis PavilionJuly 9 – Austin, TX @ Austin360 AmphitheaterJuly 11 – Kansas City, MO – Sprint CenterJuly 12 – St. Louis, MO @ Hollywood Casino AmphitheatreAugust 3 – St. Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy CenterAugust 4 – Chicago, IL @ Hollywood Casino AmphitheatreAugust 6 – Toronto, ON @ Budweiser StageAugust 7 – Cleveland, OH @ Blossom Music CenterAugust 9 – Indianapolis, IN @ Ruoff Home Mortgage Music CenterAugust 10 – Cincinnati, OH @ Riverbend Music CenterAugust 11 – Detroit, MI @ DTE Energy Music TheatreAugust 13 – Charlotte, NC @ PNC Music PavilionAugust 14 – Washington, DC @ Jiffy Lube LiveAugust 16 – Darien Center, NY @ Darien Lake AmphitheaterAugust 18 – Holmdel, NJ @ PNC Bank Arts CenterAugust 20 – Boston, MA @ Xfinity CenterAugust 21 – Hartford, CT @ XFINITY TheatreAugust 23 – Saratoga, NY @ Saratoga Performing Arts CenterAugust 24 – Camden, NJ @ BB&T PavilionAugust 25 – Wantagh, NY @ Northwell Health at Jones Beach TheaterView Tour Dates
“The policy of working, studying and worshipping at home has caused a reduction in waste, especially from commercial sources such as hotels, malls, restaurants and tourist destinations,” Andono said.He advised residents to keep reducing, sorting and recycling waste while in self-quarantine.Furthermore, he encouraged residents to practice the eco-friendly waste management.“We have to know and be aware of what we are consuming. If it produces excess waste, we should choose other options,” he said. Topics : Jakarta’s daily trash output has decreased by over 40 percent ever since local residents began working and studying from home to curb the spread of COVID-19, the city’s environment agency announced Thursday.In a statement on Thursday, Jakarta Environment Agency head Andono Warih said the amount of trash sent to the Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, West Java, had decreased to around 620 tons daily in the two weeks since the stay-at-home instruction was announced on March 16. According to a Bekasi Environment Agency report in January, the Bantar Gebang landfill received approximately 1,500 tons of trash each day.
A disappointing performance last weekend prompted Nigel Pearson to make four changes to the Leicester line-up as leading scorer Leonardo Ulloa, without a goal or a shot in his last four matches, was dropped to the bench. Marcin Wasilewski was among those to come in and he tested Ben Foster with an early header from Matty James’ corner before the West Brom keeper almost got himself into trouble when he carried the ball suspiciously close to the edge of the penalty area. Saido Berahino looked dangerous with his pacey runs in behind Leicester’s defence and with quarter of an hour gone, the in-form striker finally beat the hosts’ offside trap but his shot was held by Kasper Schmeichel. At the other end, referee Stuart Attwell turned down two penalty appeals in quick succession as Craig Dawson met a Leicester free-kick with the top of his arm before Joleon Lescott cleared out both man and ball after Jamie Vardy had latched onto Craig Gardner’s sloppy back-pass. It was from set-pieces that the home side looked most likely to break the deadlock. Morgan flashed a header wide from another James corner and moments later City’s captain was involved again as the ball dropped to Danny Drinkwater eight yards out but the midfielder’s shot was blocked. Leicester’s encouraging first-half display was almost undone shortly before the break by a quick West Brom counter-attack as Stephane Sessegnon slid through Berahino, who teed up Chris Brunt on his favoured left foot but the winger fired over. Pearson had cause for optimism at the interval but two minutes after the restart, his side fell behind. The hosts were the better side for large spells of the contest but it was Cambiasso’s unfortunate touch off Wes Morgan’s header in the 47th minute that ensured West Brom took home the bragging rights. The Baggies have now lost only once in six league matches while Leicester have picked up just one point from five fixtures that included Swansea, Newcastle, Burnley and Crystal Palace. Berahino was involved again, skipping in behind and as he cut the ball back, Morgan’s attempted header away deflected back off Cambiasso and into the Leicester net. The home side cranked up the pressure as the hour-mark approached and Vardy could have equalised when Paul Konchesky’s long ball forward caught West Brom napping but after cutting back onto his right foot, the striker drove straight at Foster. The Baggies had a strong case for a penalty when Sessegnon’s chipped pass struck Wasilewski’s hand but Leicester survived and Pearson threw on Ulloa for David Nugent with just over 20 minutes to play. The Argentine almost made a telling contribution straight away as his cross from the right found Andy King in the area but the unmarked midfielder could only find Foster with his header. Leicester continued to huff and puff in the dying minutes, bombarding West Brom’s box with crosses and long throws but the visitors’ defence held firm until the final whistle which was greeted with a chorus of boss from the home supporters. Esteban Cambiasso’s second-half own-goal gave West Brom a 1-0 victory at struggling Leicester and extended the Foxes’ winless run in the Barclays Premier League to five matches. Press Association