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Stephen Leonard Palmer born 31 March is an English former professional footballer who was previously the academy recruitment manager of Watford.
Palmer attended Dorothy Stringer High School , Brighton,  and Christ's College, Cambridge , and is the only professional footballer of the modern era to be educated at Cambridge University, obtaining a degree in software engineering.
In April he played a single first-class cricket match for a Cambridge University side also containing future England captain Mike Atherton.
Palmer established himself as a first team regular during another near six-year spell at Vicarage Road and his departure on a free transfer in July caused some consternation amongst the club's supporters.
Bournemouth , he swapped shirts with goalkeeper Alec Chamberlain early in the game. He completed the set by wearing Jason Lee 's number 9 shirt in the final match away at Fulham — in which Watford won the Division 2 title.
Secondly, I think if I have something to offer musically, it lies elsewhere. A person like Joseph Allred is taking solo guitar to where it needs to be in a field already swamped with players.
The Americana vocabulary will always be there, however, as that is how I was able to truly lean into guitar playing. Always and forever John Fahey.
Flavor Crystals wonderful Minneapolis psych band, highly recommended to your readers! The friends and collaborators mentioned above and a couple other friends have formed a band called Cassini.
We had a handful of gigs and practiced regularly before quarantine, but fortunately recorded a bunch as well, so we will be releasing an EP in coming months.
Playing with others helps you further develop your ability to listen. Hopefully we can approximate even half of that sound.
Well… video games. I initially thought that all the stuck-at-home time would result in prolific recording.
But America is handling this very poorly, to say the least. Additionally, the George Floyd murder and subsequent civic unrest occurred not far from where I live.
So the constant bad news and the ridiculous circus that is our leadership is absolutely exhausting for me. And petting and walking my wonderful little guy Charlie, my dog.
Have you found something new lately you would like to recommend to our readers? Matthew Rolin and Jen Powers are always releasing great psychedelic acoustic folk in various lineups and collaborations.
Mountain Movers and Headroom are also two amazing fuzzed-out psych bands I admire deeply. Local to Minneapolis, Cole Pulice plays highly processed clarinet and saxophone creating amazingly intricate fractal-like sounds.
What else? Horse Lords are my favorite current rock band. You may also want to watch:. Most Read. Become a Supporter This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years.
Don't Miss. Say Grace is an unflinching look at the modern restaurant industry. Through his deeply personal stories, Steve Palmer paints a picture that will be familiar to anyone who has worked in the food and beverage industry.
His dissection of how he arrived at his addiction, and how he found his way out, is a beacon to the struggling. A TEDx speaker, Steve Palmer is talking to audiences across the country about addiction in the food and beverage industry.
His keynotes focus on how we got where we are today and the best paths forward.