Singer-songwriter Returns with First Record of New Material in 13 YearsLegendary singer-songwriter John Prine is set to release his first album of new material in 13 years on April 13. He made the new record, The Tree of Forgiveness, at Nashville’s historic RCA Studio A with current golden-touch producer Dave Cobb, who’s helmed the most recent work of Americana heroes Chris Stapleton and Jason Isbell. Through a career that has spanned the better part of five decades, Prine has remained a beloved tunesmith for his heartfelt and witty blue-collar story songs, but he’s enjoyed a particular resurgence lately, due to being celebrated by younger artists. Prine helped Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys write songs for his last solo record, and during his set at last summer’s Newport Folk Festival, Prine was joined by an all-star cast that included Margo Price, Justin Vernon of Bon Iver, and My Morning Jacket’s Jim James.It’s no surprise, then, that special guests were willing to help Prine with his new record. Auerbach returned the favor and helped write two songs, and there are appearances by Isbell and his wife, singer-songwriter and fiddler Amanda Shires. The first unveiled single, “Summer’s End,” is a wistful ballad that features gentle harmony backing vocals from Brandi Carlile. In total the album features 10 new tracks, half of which were co-written with Nashville song scribe Pat McLaughlin, who’s frequently joined Prine on the road.Now 71, Prine will support the new album with one of his longest tours in years. As he covers most of the country through December, he’ll make multiple stops in the Blue Ridge region: May 11 at Beaver Dam Amphitheater in Beaver Dam, Ky. (with Tyler Childers), June 1 at Wolf Trap in Vienna, Va. (with Price), July 14 at the Master Musicians Festival in Somerset, Ky., and October 3 at the Tennessee Theater in Knoxville, Tenn. (with Kelsey Waldon).
…Munguia vs. Inoue latest news- Jaime Munguia is one of the hardest hitters in boxing. The 22-year-old tells Sporting News it could be just the beginning. Inoue (13-0-1, 7 KOs) ventures outside his home country of Japan for only the second time, having competed in Thailand in September 2016. The 29-year-old earned the right to face Munguia by defeating Yuki Nonaka in April. MORE: Join DAZN to watch Munguia vs. InoueWill one of the sport’s brightest young stars continue to grow as a fighter or will Inoue be able to rise to the occasion when he battles the toughest opponent of his career?Here is everything you need to know about how to watch the full Munguia vs. Inoue fight card, updated betting odds, who’s on the undercard and more.When is the Munguia vs. Inoue fight?Jaime Munguia vs. Takeshi Inoue takes place on Saturday, Jan. 26. The undercard begins at 7 p.m. ET followed by the main card at 9 p.m. Munguia and Inoue are expected to enter the ring around 11:30 p.m.How do I watch Munguia vs. Inoue?The Jaime Munguia vs. Takeshi Inoue fight is not available via traditional pay-per-view methods. Instead, fans in North America can take advantage of a 30-day free trial to watch the fight online with DAZN, the global sports live-streaming service.DAZN is available on a variety of platforms, including Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, iOS, Android, Xbox One, Playstation 4 and Playstation 3, as well as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari browsers via DAZN.com.More about DAZN• Meet DAZN, the first dedicated live sports streaming service• What sports are live-streamed on DAZN?• How much does DAZN’s live sports streaming service cost?How much does the Munguia vs. Inoue fight cost?A new subscriber to DAZN gets the first month of service free, which means you wouldn’t have to pay a penny to watch the Munguia vs. Inoue fight. If you have previously signed up for DAZN, the fight is included as part of your $9.99 monthly subscription cost.A subscription also includes access to all of DAZN’s live events, as well as highlights, replays, behind-the-scenes features, original shows and live news reports. Archived fights of Anthony Joshua, Canelo Alvarez and more are also part of the subscription. There is no contract, so DAZN subscribers can cancel at any time.Where is the Munguia vs. Inoue fight?Jaime Munguia and Takeshi Inoue will fight at the Toyota Center in Houston. It will mark the first time Munguia fights in Houston, while Inoue is making his U.S. debut.Munguia vs. Inoue betting oddsAccording to ProBoxingOdds.com, Jaime Munguia is a -3,500 favorite, which means you’ll need to bet $3,500 to win $100. Meanwhile, Inoue is a +1647 underdog, meaning if you bet $100, you could win $1,647. Jaime Munguia record and bioName: Jaime MunguiaNationality: MexicanBorn: October 6, 1996Height: 6-0 Reach: N/A Total fights: 31Record: 31-0 with 26 knockouts.Takeshi Inoue record and bioName: Takeshi InoueNationality: JapaneseBorn: December 1, 1989Height: 5-8 Reach: N/A Total fights:14Record: 13-0-1 with seven knockouts.Munguia vs. Inoue fight cardMatchupClassBeltJamie Munguia vs. Takeshi InoueJr. MiddleweightWBOJesus Rojas vs. Xu CanFeatherweightWBA (Regular)Vergil Ortiz Jr. vs. Jesus ValdezJr. Welterweight…Alex Santana vs. John RinconLightweight…Alex Rincon vs. Jeremy RamosSuper Welterweight…Alberto Melian vs. Edgar OrtegaJr. Middleweight…George Rincon vs. Emmanuel ValadezSuper lightweight… Jaime Munguia sees action for the first time in 2019, as he puts his WBO junior middleweight title on the line Saturday, Jan. 26 against Takeshi Inoue at the Toyota Center in Houston, live and exclusively on DAZN.Munguia (31-0, 26 KOs) took the boxing world by storm in 2018 by competing five times — highlighted by his crushing fourth-round TKO of Sadam Ali in May to win the WBO championship. The 22-year-old followed that up with two successful title defenses in wrecking Liam Smith in July and Brandon Cook in September.