Watch Nationwide GarageCam, 1:30 p.m. ET

first_imgWatch Nationwide GarageCam from Charlotte Motor Speedway, 1:30 p.m. ET, Oct. 10 MORE: WATCH: Patrick slams into wall on opening lap READ: Kansas curse hits Busch again center_img WATCH: Kenseth, Logano have pit road problems WATCH: Final Laps: Harvick wins at Kansaslast_img

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Watch A Young Prince Dazzle At The Capitol Theatre From 1982 [Full Show Video]

first_imgPrince was always destined for stardom. Even in his earliest days of making music, the Purple One was full of raw talent and uncompromising integrity. Through 40 years of musical activity, Prince never ceased to amaze with his powerful performances and songwriting abilities.While Prince’s 1999 album was the major breakthrough that put him on a national radar, there’s no denying that Prince’s early music could foretell his funky fate. Even this concert, filmed just several months before the release of 1999, shows a young Prince powering through some prime funky classics.Without the power of hits like “Little Red Corvette” and “Delirious” from the 1999 album, which came out in October of 1982, this performance from 1/30/82 at the Capitol Theatre in Passaic, NJ is just perfect. It’s prime funk, soul, R&B… in a word, it’s Prince.Enjoy:Setlist: Prince at the Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ – 1/30/19820:00:00 – The Second Coming0:02:00 – Uptown0:04:50 – Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?0:12:24 – I Wanna Be Your Lover0:29:14 – Dirty Mind0:35:42 – Do Me, Baby0:45:45 – Controversy0:53:01 – Let’s Work1:00:55 – Encore Applause1:02:55 – Jack U Off1:07:42 – Applause[Video/setlist by Prince on MV]On Sunday, April 30, Prince, and the many incredible artists that we lost in 2016, will be honored in New Orleans during Jazz Fest for a “Funk 2016: A Tribute To Musicians We Lost” tribute concert at the Howlin’ Wolf. Prince, David Bowie, George Michael, Maurice White, Phife Dawg, and more will all be honored with musical collaborations from Michelangelo Carubba, Shira Elias, Sammi Garett, Craig Brodhead, and the entire horn section from Turkuaz, along with Joey Porter, Garrett Sayers, and Lyle Divinsky of The Motet, D.J. Williams of Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Danny Mayer of the Eric Krasno Band, Steveland Swatkins of Allen Stone’s band, Khris Royal and Maurice “Mobetta” Brown.The Revivalists side project RumpleSTEELskin will open the night, while Brooklyn’s own The London Souls will perform a special super-late-night performance in The Den immediately following the Fu*k 2016 tribute set. Make no mistake, this is sure to be one of the biggest throwdowns during Jazz Fest!Tickets for this special late-night performance are on sale NOW at this link!last_img read more

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Elise Testone, Members of Snarky Puppy, TAB, And More Pay Tribute To Amy Winehouse And Prince [Watch]

first_imgLast night brought together a tribute to Amy Winehouse, Jazz Is Phish, and Turkuaz playing the music of The Band at The Howlin’ Wolf in New Orleans. The “Thankful For Amy: An All-Star Tribute To Amy Winehouse” set featured Elise Testone (American Idol), Jennifer Hartswick ( Trey Anastasio Band), Chris Bullock (Snarky Puppy), Cris Jacobs (The Bridge), Raymond Weber, Chris Severin (Allen Toussaint), Natalie Cressman (Trey Anastasio Band), and Nicole Zuraitas.Amy Winehouse is known for her deep soulful vocals and expressive lyrics, blending rhythm and blues, neo-soul, and jazz. She made a huge impact in the music industry, only releasing two records in her twenty-seven years of life, and won five Grammy Awards for her sophomore album Back to Black in 2008. She is the first British female to win five Grammys, which included “Best New Artist, “Record of the Year,” and “Song of the Year,” and walked away as the most wins for a female artist in one single night.Elise Testone did an incredible job performing Winehouse’s soulful music, with an impressive band to back her up. The female presence was strong with Trey Anastasio’s incredible horn and vocal section, Jennifer Hartswick and Natalie Cressman, lending their undeniable umph to the collective sound of the band. With members of Snarky Puppy, The Bridge, and Allen Toussaint’s band, the band really put the “super” in the “group.”The set featured radio classics like “Rehab” and “Valerie,” and had Amy Winehouse fans melting in the beauty of her powerful discography with songs like “Tears Dry On Their Own,” “Wake Up Alone,” “Some Unholy War,” and “Stronger Than Me.” The night ended on another honorable note with a cover of Prince’s “Musicology.” Watch some of the night’s highlights below:“Stronger Than Me”“Musicology”Thankful For Amy: An All-Star Tribute To Amy Winehouse @ The Howlin’ Wolf 4/26/16:Rehab, You Know I’m No Good, Me and Mr. Jones, Just Friends, Back to Black, Love Is a Losing Game, Tears Dry On Their Own, Wake Up Alone, Some Unholy War, He Can Only Hold Her, Time (original), Stronger Than Me, Flying High (original), Valerie, Musicologylast_img read more

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Phil Lesh Recruits Soulive, Shady Horns, Karl Denson & More At New Coney Island Amphitheater

first_imgThe new amphitheater in Coney Island, NY continues to impress us with their summer lineup. Today, the venue announced an exciting performance from Phil Lesh & Friends, with a jaw-dropping lineup of Lesh, Karl Denson, Jackie Greene, Jason Crosby, all three members of Soulive (Eric Krasno, Neal Evans and Alan Evans), and the Shady Horns, aka Eric “Benny” Bloom and Ryan Zoidis of Lettuce.This exciting performance will go down at The Amphitheater At Coney Island Boardwalk on September 14th and 15th, and tickets will go on sale this Friday, May 13th via Ticketmaster.The lineup is certainly reminiscent of Lesh’s set at the new Terrapin Crossroads outdoor space, which also featured all of Soulive, Crosby, and Greene. The addition of a full horn section with Denson, Bloom, and Zoidis is sure to kick this into overdrive! You can revisit the Terrapin performance with our full review and select videos from the set.last_img read more

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Tom Morello Explains Why Zack De La Rocha Isn’t Involved With Prophets Of Rage

first_imgThe new supergroup Prophets Of Rage has been all the, well, rage recently, as the members of Rage Against The Machine, Public Enemy and Cypress Hill have incited fans into a musical frenzy ahead of a major summer tour. The band has played three shows to date, but has a full summer tour and a performance protesting the Republican National Convention on the schedule.In a new interview with Wall Street Journal, RATM guitarist Tom Morello spoke about the band’s purpose. He says  that “the cold embers of Rage Against the Machine are now the burning fire of Prophets of Rage. Where Rage Against the Machine lives, is this summer in these songs that we are playing.” It’s an exciting time to be a fan, though longtime Rage Against The Machine heads have certainly expressed their disappointment over Zack De La Rocha’s absence.“We have nothing but the greatest love and honor and respect for Zack De La Rocha, the brilliant lyricist of Rage Against the Machine, who is working on his own music, which I’m sure will be fantastic – he’s a great artist in his own right. But where you’re going to hear Rage Against the Machine is in Prophets of Rage.” Full Audio From Prophets Of Rage’s Debut Concert Has EmergedMorello went on to hint at why De La Rocha isn’t involved. “At this crucial historic moment [US election], you know Martin Luther King famously said: ‘There’s no hotter place in hell than for people who remain neutral during times of moral conflict.’ This is a time of great moral conflict and we just basically said, ‘Hey, we have to do this now. We have to play these songs, they speak to this moment in this time, we have to cause a ruckus, during our North American campaign this year. Raise your hand if you’re in.’”Morello continued, saying, “The people that raised their hands were myself, Timmy C [the bassist], Brad Wilk from Rage Against the Machine, Chuck D and B-Real, so that’s our band – and DJ Lord from Public Enemy as well, who’s a DJ and a fantastic turntablist.” Assumedly, De La Rocha did not raise his hand, though Morello has made it clear in the past that he was invited to participate (and still is).The guitarist also spoke about the group’s interest in recording a few tracks before hitting the road. “We hope to do some recording and release music before we go out on tour… It definitely won’t be a full-length album, but we’ve got some… While the tour will be exploring, deeply, the catalogs of Rage, Public Enemy and Cypress Hill, we’ve got a new song or two that we want to record before we go out on the road.”Prophets of Rage’s tour proper starts on August 19th, and you can see their full schedule here.[H/T CoS]last_img read more

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Kyle Hollingsworth Hosts Annual Brew Fest In Denver w/ Eddie Roberts and Jason Hann [Video]

first_imgThe String Cheese Incident‘s keyboardist Kyle Hollingsworth hosted his annual Kyle’s Brew Fest at the Great Divide Brewery in Denver, CO yesterday, essentially acting as a pre-Red Rocks kick-off party. With over thirty breweries in attendance, making for some delicious tastings of various beers, ciders, and meads, the event also featured an opening set from Ryan Jalbert‘s (The Motet) JALBATROSS and was a benefit for Conscious Alliance.SCI’s Kyle Hollingsworth Shares New Funky Tune From The Sound LabKyle’s band and set featured members of The Motet, as well as sit-ins from fellow String Cheese brother Jason Hann, The New Mastersounds’ Eddie Roberts, and singer Tanya Shylock. The set featured some tracks from the keyboardist’s 2014 album Speed of Life, including “Here We Go”, “Falling Through The Cracks”, and “Peregrino”, amongst others, as well as new non-SCI Kyle tracks that have been shared via the band’s Sound Lab in “Tumbling” and Let Me In”.The group also worked in covers of The Beatles‘ “Taxman” which featured Eddie Roberts bringing that jazz-funk guitar into the mix, Tower of Power‘s “Don’t Change Horses” and a brief Talking Heads “Crosseyed and Painless” jam. The show ended with an encore of just Hollingsworth and Hann on a stripped down version of Cheese’s “Can’t Wait Another Day”. All in all, a fantastic pre-party to kick off a huge 3-night String Cheese Incident run at Red Rocks which begins tonight. Check out some video below from the performance! [all photos courtesy of Dylan Langille – ontheDL Photography]last_img read more

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Listen To The New Sexual Thunder! Futuristic Funk Groove, “Round and Round” [Premiere]

first_imgHigh-energy psychedelic future funk band Sexual Thunder! is on a roll.A packed fall show schedule has seen the group open up for NOLA legends Rebirth Brass Band and Dumpstaphunk, and play high-profile slots at Tipitina’s and the Maple Leaf Bar. Halloween weekend culminated in the band’s first-ever music festival play at Voodoo Music and Arts Festival where the band got to perform for NOLA natives as well as a national audience.Now Sexy T (as the band is known by friends, family, and fans) presents its first major single release since its debut EP, Cheek Sweat. The new track, “Round and Round,” presents a new iteration of the band’s signature sound: blending old-school funk with contemporary synth soundscapes and electronic drums.A tribute to the band’s collective creative style, this track went through many hands before reaching its final state. Two-time Grammy Award-winning producer Chris Finney (engineer and producer for surging NOLA acts The Revivalists and Naughty Professor) engineered the original sessions. Following up with production from the band’s sonic advisor Dave Wolfe, the song found its completion with a mix by local producer/drummer/songwriter Aaron Boudreaux.Listen to the new single, streaming below.Sexual Thunder! will be presenting this song live, as well as many more from their catalog, at One Eyed Jacks in New Orleans’ French Quarter on Friday November 11, supported by the up-and-coming band Sexy Dex and the Fresh. Find more info here.last_img read more

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CBS Uses Phish’s “Heavy Things” To Report On Man Who Stole 86 Pounds Of Gold Flakes

first_img#WeAreEverywhere On September 29, a man unknowingly stole a bucket of gold flakes in Midtown Manhattan. While purposefully taking something from a jewelry delivery truck that was left unattended, knowing full-well that the components of the bucket would be valuable, he most likely had no idea that he was walking away with “an 86-pound, unmarked and sealed black metal bucket containing $1.6 million-worth of gold flakes.” According to CBS This Morning, it took the man an hour to walk what would normally take ten minutes, and yet nobody noticed him carrying the heavy thing. This man has not yet been found, and the gold is still missing. Read the full story here.To report this case, CBS This Morning shared a video that features “Heavy Things” by Phish. We think this is awesome. To whoever scores the music for CBS This Morning, we salute you.last_img read more

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Tedeschi Trucks Band Delivers Fantastic Tribute-Filled Performance In Second Nashville Show

first_imgLast night, Tedeschi Trucks Band returned to the famous Ryman Auditorium for their second of three performances in Nashville this weekend. As they have throughout their current tour, the 12-piece juggernaut continued to affirm their stature as one of the most exciting acts on the road today, delivering another incredible show featuring a large selection of TTB gems as well as a slew of crowd-pleasing covers.After kicking off set one with “Revolution,” “Made Up Mind,” and “Do I Look Worried,” before once again paying tribute to the late George Harrison with a cover of “Isn’t It A Pity” from his 1970 solo record All Things Must Pass. Next, the band kicked into Derek and the Dominos rocker “Keep On Growing,” with Trucks laying down impressive licks while filling the Eric Clapton role in the tune. The band rounded out the first set with Allen Toussaint‘s “Get Out Of My Life, Woman,” their own “Don’t Drift Away,” and a performance of Charles Segar‘s “Key To The Highway.”Set two got moving with help from seasoned singer-songwriter Tony Joe White on “Long Way From The River,” before the band continued to gather momentum with top-notch renditions of “Bound For Glory,” Titus Turner‘s “Sticks And Stones,” and The Lovin’ Spoonful‘s “Darlin’ Be Home Soon.” “Just As Strange” and “Crying Over You” came next, followed by Bobby “Blue” Bland‘s “I Pity The Fool” and the title track of their fantastic 2016 album Let Me Get By.The band still had a couple tricks up their sleeve when they returned for the encore. First, a soulful pairing of John Prine‘s “Angel From Montgomery” and The Grateful Dead‘s “Sugaree” gave Susan Tedeschi one last chance to stretch out on vocals. Finally, the band welcomed guitarist Jack Pearson for a show-closing cover of Joe Cocker‘s “Space Captain.”Tedeschi Trucks Band will wrap up their Nashville run tonight with their third show at the Ryman Auditorium. For more information and upcoming dates, visit the band’s website.[Cover photo via Marc Millman Photography]last_img read more

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Aqueous Surprises moe. With Band Swap For The Sinclair Closer [Audio]

first_imgLoad remaining images moe. is currently in the midst of their spring tour, delivering their rock heavy jams all over the country. Last night, they played their fourth and final night at The Sinclair in Cambridge, MA. Up-and-coming, high-energy groove rockers Aqueous just so happened to be playing at Boston’s Paradise Rock Club supporting Dopapod when they decided to zip across town to see the end of moe. While talking backstage, Al Schnier had the idea for members of Aqueous to emerge on the band’s instruments for the encore to surprise the audience.With Mike Gantzer on Chuck’s guitar, Evan McPhaden on a Rob’s bass, Dave Loss on Al’s guitar, and Rob Houk on Vinnie’s drums, the band played an improvisational jam before closing with hints of an Aqueous original, “Random Company.” The band then switched back with the moe. members who closed out with “Comfortably Numb” cover by Pink Floyd.As done the previous evening, moe. played three sets. The vibe was true from the beginning, opening with a “Zed Naught Z” that appeared again half way through the second set. Crowd favorites “Captain America,” “Lazarus” and “Buster” made their way in, before the band closed with a rocking “St. Augustine” segue into “Same Old Story.”The surprise ending was the perfect way to close four nights at The Sinclair. You can watch the encore’s band swap below:Thanks to taper tgakidis, you can stream the full show audio below:Setlist: moe. | The Sinclair | Cambridge, MA | 4/08/17I: Zed Naught Z > Same Old Story > Bring You Down, Chromatic Nightmare#, Captain America, Montego, Where Does The Time Go? > WaterII: Kids > Lazarus, Letter Home > Faker > Same Old Story > Zed Naught Z, Gone > Deep This TimeIII: Skrunk > Kids, banter, Buster, Angel, St. Augustine > Same Old Story, crowd, al.nnouncementsE: Aqueous band swap, banter/crowd, Comfortably Numb# w/ Water Intro Fake Outlast_img read more

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