Fred Armisen Leads Larry David, Jason Sudeikis & SNL Cast On Made-Up Folk Song

first_imgLast night marked the season finale of Saturday Night Live, and with Fred Armisen hosting the program, there was bound to be plenty of cameos from former cast members. Jason Sudeikis and Maya Rudolph both made appearances throughout the episode, and Larry David was also on hand to reprise his role as Sen. Bernie Sanders.One of the final sketches of the night was a random folk performance, as Sasheer Zamata jokes, “Who likes early ’70s style Southern rock? No one? Too bad, because we paid for them.” Then Armisen asks, “Who here is from Fayetteville, Arkansas?” and “Any you kids ever been to a honky tonk?”, which, of course, gets no reply from the audience. Regardless, Armisen still leads a folk singalong on a song called “Summertime In Fayetteville,” playing the leader of The Harkin Brothers Band. Maya Rudolph even contributes a verse, with Armisen providing some harmonies.As the camera pans across the cast-wide band, you can see who’s really playing. Kate McKinnon is strumming along on the guitar, Sudeikis is rocking the drums, and Armisen – the musical director of Late Night With Seth Meyers – is grooving along on the piano. Larry David is also jamming there in the front row, playing a triangle.Watch the amusing video from last night’s episode, below.last_img read more

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Ighalo sends message to Man United fans after debut goal vs Club Brugge

first_img Loading… Promoted Content9 Actors Who Stay Famous For That One Movie They Did 10 Years Ago8 Best 1980s High Tech GadgetsWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Top 10 Female Stars Everyone Had A Crush On In The 90sCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemHere Are The Top 10 Tiniest Mobile Phones On The Planet!Can Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Why Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe Nigeria’s Odion Ighalo has reassured Manchester United fans he will continue to leave it all out on the pitch after a dream first start for the club cemented a love affair between the on-loan striker and the Old Trafford faithful.Advertisementcenter_img Ighalo netted United’s second goal in their 5-0 win against Club Brugge in the Europa League, but even before finding the back of the net his name was being sung.Chants of ‘If Ighalo scores we’re on the pitch’ and ‘Viva Ighalo’ showed that the Stretford End had already taken the 30-year-old to their hearts, with the Nigerian forward fulfilling a lifelong dream by playing for the club he has always supported.That fairy tale had its latest chapter written in the Europa League last-32 second leg cruise against the Belgian league leaders and Ighalo said scoring on his first United start, at Old Trafford, was a moment he would never forget.“This is what I dreamt of. I dreamt of playing for United and scoring my first goal. I’m very happy for that,” the striker said.“It feels great. Old Trafford, seeing the fans singing my name, screaming for me. I’m very grateful. I waited for this moment and this is a moment I will cherish for the rest of my life.”Ighalo’s unbridled enthusiasm for United and his reaction to his unlikely loan move from Shanghai Shenhua on deadline day has made him something of a cult hero already at Old Trafford.Odion Ighalo has been an instant hit with the United fansRead Also: Solskjaer: Ighalo is a natural strikerAfter three appearances off the bench he made his first start in place of the injured Anthony Martial against Club Brugge and, after a rousing reception from the fans, he had a message for them after the game and believes his support for the club has helped to create the bond.“They see me as one of their own because I came to this team because I supported them from young and I want to give my best to do whatever it takes to move forward,” Ighalo summed up.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

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Dearborn foundation awarded $2.2 million in 2014

first_imgLAWRENCEBURG, Ind. – The Dearborn Community Foundation (DCF) awarded $2.2 million grants and scholarships in 2014.“We consider our grants and scholarships to be investments in our community,” said Fred McCarter, DCF Executive Director. “Many generous donors make all of this possible! The Foundation is here to help donors make their charitable wishes come true. We are proud to help them make a difference in Dearborn County!”One million dollars were awarded to support needs of the community in various fields of: Art, Culture and Humanities; Community and Public Benefit; Education; Environment and Animal Protection; Human Services; Public Safety; and Youth Programs. MoreThere were 200 scholarships totaling $433,675 were awarded to help recent high school graduates with their post-secondary endeavors and also to support students who are already attending college.DCF awards grants to non-profit charitable organizations that serve the residents of Dearborn County.last_img read more

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