Bristol Camping World Truck Series entry list

first_imgClick here for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series entry list for the UNOH 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway MORE: WATCH: Up to Speed: Vickers, Dillon in spotlight WATCH: Fantasy Showdown: Previewing Michigan UNOH 200 entry list for Wednesday, August 21center_img FULL SERIES COVERAGE• View all articles • View all videos • View all photos WATCH: NASCAR Next: Ryan Gifford WATCH: The Preview Show for Michiganlast_img

Break Science Live Band Shares New Funk Banger Featuring Members Of Lettuce

first_imgOf course, you can head down to Fool’s Paradise in St. Augustine, FL for the inaugural festivities, hosted by Lettuce, and featuring performances by GRiZ, Vulfpeck, Chris Robinson’s Soul Revue, Nth Power, Break Science, Goldfish and more! Tickets are moving quickly, and can be found here.While you’re dancing in your seat to this new groove, make sure to set your calendars for the premiere of our Break Science Band SiriusXM in-studio session on Monday 3/14 at Noon ET! BREAK SCIENCE BAND ON THE JAM FILES:Monday @ Noon ETWeds @ 7am ETThurs @ 11pm ETSun @ 4pm ET NEW MUSIC BLAST! Break Science ( Adam Deitch and Borahm Lee) came thru SiriusXM recently and tracked a brand new heater with help from some friends in Lettuce, Eric “Jesus” Coomes on bass, Adam “Shmeeans” Smirnoff on guitar, and the Shady Horns. Take a listen to “Android Love” right here and catch it in rotation on SiriusXM Jam_ON. While you’re dancing in your seat, make sure to set your calendars for the premiere of our Break Science Band SiriusXM in-studio session on Monday 3/14 at Noon ET!Posted by SiriusXM Jam_ON on Wednesday, March 9, 2016 Break Science, comprised of drummer Adam Deitch and Borahm Lee, came through the SiriusXM studios recently for a session on Jam ON. The group laid down a brand new heater called “Android Love,” played with some help from a few friends in Lettuce, including Jesus Coomes on bass, Adam “Shmeeans” Smirnoff on guitar, and the Shady Horns (Ryan Zoidis and Eric “Benny”Bloom). Fortunately, Jam ON was nice enough to share the new tune. Take a listen to “Android Love” below.last_img read more

Billy Iuso Talks Jazz Fest, NOLA Crawfish Fest & More

first_imgBilly Iuso is an unapologetic rock n’roll troubadour; this dude is the real thing, bad to the bone. The guitarist/songwriter has logged time in a variety of bands, and informed the culture of several regional scenes for over 25 years. A longtime veteran of the Wetlands community of NYC in the 90s, as well as a part of burgeoning areas like Providence, RI and Athens, GA, Iuso has gigged with luminaries and led his own bands, toured in the van and been the tour manager too.  A connection with Funky Meters twenty-five years ago put him into the orbit of George Porter Jr., who Iuso calls his Godfather, and a very dear friend and collaborator. A few years later, Iuso put down roots in NOLA and hasn’t left. Happily married to lovely wife Tara, and raising their children in the city limits, Iuso has become an institution unto himself. Leading Billy Iuso’s Restless Natives for nearly a decade now, stints in Porter’s band, as well as Anders Osborne; Iuso keeps good company. Case in point: Billy pals around with Chris “Shaggy” Davis, the NOLA Crawfish King himself. NOLA’s Crawfish King Is Cooking Up A Whole New FestivalB. Getz sat down for a few minutes with Billy Iuso in anticipation of Shaggy’s NOLA Crawfish Festival coming up during the days between Jazz Fest with Iuso, Porter, Osborne, Jon Cleary, Ivan Neville, John “Papa” Gros, Honey Island Swamp Band, and tons of other local favorites.L4LM: How did you start Billy Iuso’s Restless Natives? Billy Iuso: I was watching cats play from the side of the stage, as a tour manager or whatever, and I would be thinking “Man, I’d like to play too…” and my relationships too, all of sudden I was known as a tour manager, instead of a guitar player, so I was like “Man, I did not come to New Orleans to do *that*”, so I got back into it and put together my own band. It was like starting over, so this time, I put my name on it, so I never had to deal with that again, so I never had to recreate myself, no matter what I was doing. “Restless Natives” was going to be a Brides of Jesus album title way back when, I always liked it, it seemed fitting for New Orleans, because everybody seems just a little restless here. The band really took on steam after Katrina, I started the band in 2002, but by 05-06, we really started rolling after the storm. We have a good time, and still are!L4LM: What else does Billy Iuso have going on? BI: Right now, I am actually getting back to doing a lot of Natives, and I also have an acoustic trio, with piano and a drummer. That situation came together through economics, as well as me looking for a way to really play my songs in a softer environment. With my last album and moving forward, I’ve really changed my style and focus back toward songwriting again. But I am always a part of different things, when I’m called I love to just get together and play with people. Obviously, I’ll always play with George. I’m playing with him at the Crawfish Fest, and I do a lot of Grateful Dead stuff, because I always have and I’m kind of known for that. I’m doing a Gravity Dead gig with the guys in Gravity A. at Tips tonight!L4LM: What’s your connection to the legendary Chris “Shaggy” Davis, the man behind the NOLA Crawfish Festival?BI: Ahh yes! I’ve known Shaggy for a quite a long time, we have been real good friends. We both were pretty hard partiers at one point, that was just kind of how our relationship was.  And we have both kind of cleaned up our acts a bit over the last few years. He always throws a birthday party every year, and I always play for him on that. Then he started doing these crawfish parties, like over Jazz Fest or whatever, and I have always been a part of that scene ever since. This year he just decided to really blow it up! He partnered up with your boys at Live for Live Music, and it’s quite an event!  I’ve been booked for this event for months now, now that it’s coming right up. Shaggy and I discussed it over dinner at my house, he told me he wanted me to be a big part of this, and I’m like “I’m Down!” I already know what to expect, we’ve been doing these for a long time. We already know its going to be a great New Orleans party! It’s at the NOLA Brewery, which is a cool venue, a cool bunch of people who started the company years back, one of if not the first of its kind in New Orleans. As a matter of fact, I’m friends with one of the owners, he had me play at his wedding. It’s going to be a great scene, the family vibe… you know because you’ve been coming here for years, that  we have a tight knit scene down here.  We all kind of compete, but we all root for each other too. So the NOLA Crawfish fest will have that type of good vibe. There will be a lot of sit-ins, I’m sure,  and lots of crawfish, my man, the best in town! By far. I’m actually a little disappointed that Shaggy didn’t give me a sample yet. I really am. I know he’s busy this time of year, and he knows I’m going make up for it that Tuesday and Wednesday though! L4LM: Where can fans find you at Jazz Fest?BI: This year I’m doing a whole lot with my own band. The 23rd at 30/90 on Frenchman, I’m doing the crawfish fest, on Tuesday with my band and then again on Wednesday when I’ll join George, Dave Malone, Terrence Higgins for something very New Orleans, yea man!  Thursday second weekend I’ve got a double, with Stu Allen from San Francisco, and Tony Hall, doing some San Francisco meets New Orleans -type covers and styles, and original stuff too. Late night that same Thursday. the Restless Natives will be doing a show, both gigs are at Cafe Istanbul.  Gonna do something at the Indian stage one of the days at the Jazz Fest. I think it will be with 101 Runners, I’m pretty sure. I used to be a part of that band. But it’s music man, gotta keep changin!  I’m not killing myself this year, but I WILL have some fun. L4LM: Thanks Billy! See you in just a few days! BI: Yea, you right!Tickets to the inaugural NOLA Crawfish Festival are available here.last_img read more

Pearl Jam Reflects On Prince’s Legacy, Ends Show With ‘Purple Rain’ Refrain Last Night

first_imgPearl Jam resumed their tour with a stop at the Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, SC last night, performing another sold out show along their 25th anniversary celebration. The mood in the venue was understandably gloomy, as music fans everywhere mourned the loss of Prince. The uber talented musicians lost his life earlier in the day, prompting many artists to pay tribute to the late great Purple One. His influence in music knew no bounds.Eddie Vedder spoke about Prince, saying “You know, that guy loved music so damn much. He never stopped playing never stopped writing, never stopped recording, never stopped creating.” He then reflects on meeting Prince and Vedder’s shock upon learning about his passing. He concludes the speech by saying, “Prince was probably the greatest guitar player…” before the crowd erupts in applause.After the speech, the band broke into a version of “Light Years.” Watch it go down below:[Via saveyouckufer]Later on in the night, the band played some bars from “Purple Rain” before segueing into “Chloe Dancer”/”Crown Of Thorns.” Watch below:They also ended their show with the song “Yellow Ledbetter,” which featured a breakdown section that again quoted from “Purple Rain.” What a way to close the show! Watch the tribute below:[Via Josh Daniel]Check out the full setlist below:Edit this setlist | More Pearl Jam setlistslast_img read more

Deep Roots Mountain Revival Makes Excellent Additions To Fest Lineup At Marvin’s Mountaintop

first_imgJust a couple weeks ago, a new festival called the Deep Roots Mountain Revival announced their debut. The festival was not only exciting for its lineup, which features Greensky Bluegrass, Leftover Salmon, The David Grisman Sextet and more, but for its location, at the storied Marvin’s Mountaintop. The site held the All Good Music Festival from 2003-2011, and the return of great music to the beloved grounds is a prime recipe for a great weekend.Taking place from September 15-18, the festival has made a number of stellar additions. The DRMR fest will see sets from Jamey Johnson, Blackberry Smoke, Corey Smith, Love and Theft, Rising Appalachia, The Marcus King Band, Zach Nugent’s Dead Set featuring Melvin Seals (Melvin Seals & JGB), Russ Lawton (Trey Anastasio Band, Soule Monde), Tony Markellis (Trey Anastasio Band), Vinnie Amico (moe.), and Colin Lenox.Tickets for this inaugural celebration go on sale tomorrow, and can be found here. The full lineup can be seen below, with the exception of a few blurred out names for the festival’s next wave of artists!last_img read more

The National Will Perform Grateful Dead Tribute On ‘CBS This Morning’

first_imgWith The National’s Day Of The Dead album due out this Friday, May 20th, fans everywhere are eagerly awaiting the massive 59-track tribute to the Grateful Dead. Packed with contributions from an incredible roster of artists, like Bela Fleck, Bruce Hornsby, Flaming Lips, The War On Drugs and more, hosted and curated by Aaron and Bryce Dessner of The National.The band recently took to the stage at The Late Show With Stephen Colbert to promote the album with a performance of “Morning Dew,” and it seems that they’re at it again. The National will take the stage at CBS This Morning on Sunday, May 21st, for another Day Of The Dead performance. While it’s unknown just what song they’ll perform, our bet is on “Peggy-O,” one of the band’s few contributions to the tribute release. Day Of The Dead is due out on May 20th via 4AD, and can be found here. The full tracklisting can be seen below:Day of the Dead TracklistThunder (Vol. 1):    01. Touch of Grey – The War on Drugs    02. Sugaree – Phosphorescent, Jenny Lewis & Friends    03. Candyman – Jim James & Friends    04. Cassidy – Moses Sumney, Jenny Lewis & Friends    05. Black Muddy River – Bruce Hornsby and DeYarmond Edison    06. Loser – Ed Droste, Binki Shapiro & Friends    07. Peggy-O – The National    08. Box of Rain – Kurt Vile and the Violators (featuring J Mascis)    09. Rubin and Cherise – Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy & Friends    10. To Lay Me Down – Perfume Genius, Sharon Van Etten & Friends    11. New Speedway Boogie – Courtney Barnett    12. Friend of the Devil – Mumford & Sons    13. Uncle John’s Band – Lucius    14. Me and My Uncle – The Lone Bellow & Friends    15. Mountains of the Moon – Lee Ranaldo, Lisa Hannigan & Friends    16. Black Peter – Anohni and yMusic    17. Garcia Counterpoint – Bryce Dessner    18. Terrapin Station (Suite) – Daniel Rossen, Christopher Bear and The National (featuring Josh Kaufman, Conrad Doucette, So Percussion and Brooklyn Youth Chorus)    19. Attics of My Life – Angel Olsen    20. St. Stephen (live) – Wilco with Bob WeirLightning (Vol. 2):    01 Bonnie “Prince” Billy: “If I Had the World to Give”    02 Phosphorescent & Friends: “Standing on the Moon”    03 Charles Bradley and Menahan Street Band: “Cumberland Blues”    04 Tallest Man on Earth & Friends: “Ship of Fools”    05 Bonnie “Prince” Billy & Friends: “Bird Song”    06 The National: “Morning Dew”    07 Marijuana Deathsquads: “Truckin’”    08 Cass McCombs, Joe Russo & Friends: “Dark Star”    09 Nightfall of Diamonds: “Nightfall of Diamonds”    10 Tim Hecker: “Transitive Refraction Axis for John Oswald”    11 Lucinda Williams & Friends: “Goin’ Down the Road Feeling Bad”    12 Tunde Adebimpe, Lee Ranaldo & Friends: “Playing in the Band”    13 Local Natives: “Stella Blue”    14 Tal National: “Eyes of the World”    15 Bela Fleck: “Help on the Way”    16 Orchestra Baobab: “Franklin’s Tower”    17 Luluc With Xylouris White: “Till the Morning Comes”    18 The Walkmen: “Ripple”    19 Richard Reed Parry with Caroline Shaw and Little Scream: “Brokedown Palace” [ft. Garth Hudson]Sunshine (Vol. 3):    01 Real Estate: “Here Comes Sunshine”    02 Unknown Mortal Orchestra: “Shakedown Street”    03 Hiss Golden Messenger: “Brown Eyed Woman”    04 This Is the Kit: “Jack-a-Roe”    05 Daniel Rossen and Christopher Bear: “High Time”    06 The Lone Bellow & Friends: “Dire Wolf”    07 Winston Marshall, Kodiak Blue and Shura: “Althea”    08 Orchestra Baobab: “Clementine Jam”    09 Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks: “China Cat Sunflower – I Know You Rider”    10 Bill Callahan: “Easy Wind”    11 Ira Kaplan & Friends: “Wharf Rat”    12 The Rileys (Terry and Gyan Riley): “Estimated Prophet”    13 Man Forever, So Percussion and Oneida: “Drums – Space”    14 Fucked Up: “Cream Puff War”    15 The Flaming Lips: “Dark Star”    16 s t a r g a z e: “What’s Become of the Baby”    17 Vijay Iyer: “King Solomon’s Marbles”    18 Mina Tindle & Friends: “Rosemary”    19 Sam Amidon & Friends: “And We Bid You Goodnight”    20 The National With Bob Weir: “I Know You Rider (live)”last_img read more

Louis C.K. Announces Plan For Reasonably-Priced Tickets That Can’t Be Scalped

first_imgBe it music or comedy, theater or sports, one aspect of live entertainment that has plagued fans for years is tickets. For every person who is able to get through on a Ticketmaster on-sale for a major event, it seems there are five more people who get shut out, only to resort to secondhand ticket agencies like Stubhub.With his recent tour announcement, comedian Louis C.K. has shared his thoughts on how to overcome this problem. Not only is he planning to pay for some of the ticket fees himself, but he’s also planning to invalidate tickets sold through secondhand channels. He says that, “either way I’m making plenty of money on the tour.”You can read the full quote from Louis C.K., and bask in the marvel of his ability to sell tickets fairly to his fans. Why can’t all musicians do it like this?!“Most tickets are $50 or less. There are no ticket fees for any shows. My agent worked hard to accomplish this by negotiating in every city and finding venues that were willing to help us make the shows affordable. In some cases, the venues and I are splitting the ticket charges between us so you don’t have to pay it. In the end it’s worth it to me because I don’t want coming to see me to be a painful choice for anyone and either way I’m making plenty of money on the tour. I sincerely hope that everyone takes advantage of this by simply buying the affordable tickets and coming to the shows. For those of you who plan to take the opportunity of the simple and cheap ticketing on this tour to make a profit at the expense of my fans, please note that we are working hard to prevent scalping and that if you resell your tickets at an unfair price, you are risking having your tickets invalidated. Also if you purchase tickets to my shows from Stubhub or other scalping sites, that ticket may not be valid.“If you buy tickets to one of my shows and you can’t go, or you somehow get stuck with them, please contact us at Lcktix16@gmail.com and we will try to help you get your money back. If you buy tickets from a reseller and they get cancelled, please contact us here because we probably now have that ticket and are going to throw it back on sale at the original price and you could get it that way. In any case, you can always reach out and we will try to help you.“That’s in America. In Europe and Israel I don’t honestly know what we are charging because the ticketing systems there are very different. It’s taken us a few years to build the relationships we have with the venues and ticket companies here in the states so we could pull this off. Over there we are trusting their system to take care of you.”You can see the full schedule below.Louis CK 2016 Tour Dates:05/17 – Baltimore, MD @ Lyric Theatre (early show)05/17 – Baltimore, MD @ Lyric Theatre (late show)05/18 – Baltimore, MD @ Lyric Theatre (early show)05/18 – Baltimore, MD @ Lyric Theatre (late show)05/19 – Asbury Park, NJ @ Paramount Theatre05/20 – Asbury Park, NJ @ Paramount Theatre05/20 – Asbury Park, NJ @ Paramount Theatre (late show)05/25 – Mashantucket, CT @ Foxwoods Grand Theatre05/26 – Mashantucket, CT @ Foxwoods Grand Theatre05/31 – Chicago, IL @ Chicago Theatre06/01 – Chicago, IL @ Chicago Theatre06/02 – Chicago, IL @ Chicago Theatre (early show)06/02 – Chicago, IL @ Chicago Theatre (late show)06/03 – Chicago, IL @ Chicago Theatre (late show)06/08 – Wikes-Barre, PA @ Mohegan Sun Arena06/09 – Reading, PA @ Santander Arena07/07 – Kansas City, MO @ Sprint Center07/09 – Oakland, CA @ Oracle Arena07/10 – Inglewood, CA @ The Los Angeles Forum07/12 – Houston, TX @ NRG Arena07/14 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena07/15 – Greensboro, NC @ Greensboro Coliseum07/22 – Forest Hills, NY @ Forest Hills Stadium08/01 – Milwaukee, WI @ BMO Harris Bradley Center08/02 – Minneapolis, MN @ Target Center08/03 – Omaha, NE @ CenturyLink Center08/04 – St. Louis, MO @ Scottrade Center08/05 – Detroit, MI @ Joe Louis Arena08/06 – Springfield, MA @ MassMutual Center08/12 – London, UK @ Wembley Arena08/15 – Dublin, IE @ 3Arena08/16 – Amsterdam, NL @ Ziggo Dome08/18 – Jerusalem, IS @ Jerusalem Payis Arena08/20 – Copenhagen, DK @ Forum Copenhagen08/21 – Paris, FR @ L’Olympia08/22 – Prague, CH @ Prague Congress Centre09/08 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden09/12 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Gardenlast_img read more

Frank Zappa Interview Comes To Life In New Animated Short

first_imgPBS’s animated digital video series Blank On Blank captures historical moments, retelling them through a colorful animation style. For the latest installment of their series, Blank On Blank picked on a 45-year-old interview with Frank Zappa, conducted by Howard Smith at Zappa’s New York hotel room.As we recently discussed, the interview was conducted around the time that Zappa played the Fillmore East venue in NYC, with a once-in-a-lifetime collaboration with John Lennon. Watch that footage here.The interview itself talks about music, the Women’s Liberation Movement, and how women wouldn’t be able to fit in with what Zappa was doing with their music. You can watch the enjoyable animated short, titled “Frank Zappa on Fads,” below.Don’t miss Cosmik Playground’s tribute to Frank Zappa on July 3rd, immediately following Phish’s SPAC performance at the nearby Putnam Den. Percussionist and long-time Zappa band member Ed Mann will be joined by keyboardist Todd Stoops (RAQ), guitarist Marcus Rezak (Digital Tape Machine), drummer Scotty Zwang (Dopapod), bassist Dan Lotito and special guest guitarist Gabriel Marin (Consider the Source), as well as Nyack, NY prog-funk rockers Shwizz for what is sure to be a great night of music!Get tickets HERE.last_img read more

Warren Haynes, John Medeski, The Avett Brothers Announced For Dear Jerry 2 Tribute Performances

first_imgA second and third Dear Jerry tribute concert, following the success of last year’s festivities at Merriweather Post Pavilion, have been announced in both Washington D.C. and Fairfax, VA on October 14th and 15th, respectively. Dear Jerry: Let’s Play 2 will feature an array of musicians with a completely separate performance each night, honoring late Grateful Dead leader and guitarist Jerry Garcia.On Oct. 14th at DAR Constitution Hall, a lineup of Warren Haynes, John Medeski, Alison Krauss, Jamey Johnson, Don Was and Raymond Weber will feature music mainly from the Jerry Garcia Band catalog. The following night at EagleBank Arena is being billed as “This Is 30!”, acting as a re-creation of a JGB concert from October 1986. Performers for that evening include The Avett Brothers, along with Warren Haynes once again.Tickets for both Dear Jerry: Let’s Play 2 performances go on sale Thursday, September 1st at 10am EST at this link.[via Jambase]JERRY UNCOVERED: EXPLORING JERRY GARCIA THROUGH THE JGB SONGBOOKWarren HaynesAlison KraussJamey JohnsonJohn MedeskiDon WasRaymond WeberMore To Be Announced THIS IS 30!: A FULL PERFORMANCE OF A CLASSIC JERRY GARCIA BAND SHOW FROM OCTOBER 1986 & MOREThe Avett BrothersWarren HaynesSpecial Guests To Be Announcedlast_img read more

Riot Fest’s Second Day Brings Ween, The Hold Steady, Julian Marley & More To Denver [Gallery]

first_imgThe second day of Riot Fest was a doozy yesterday in Denver, Colorado. With headlining acts from Ween, Sleater-Kinney, and Julian Marley, amongst performances from The Hold Steady, Devotchka, Yo La Tengo, The Dandy Warhols, Against Me!, and several others, Saturday’s Riot Fest and Rodeo was an all-around great time.Julian Marley played Exodus in its entirety, which included “One Love”, “Jammin’”, “Three Little Birds”, among other Bob Marley favorites; and The Hold Steady played their entire Boys & Girls in America record, which included “Stuck Between Stations”, “Chips Ahoy”, “First Night”, and other HS hits.Sunday will continue the Fest with the Original Misfits, Nas, Tyler The Creator, Bad Religion, Pepper, and more.Photographer Bill McAlaine is on the scene to capture the magic all weekend, and has already shared highlighting moments from Jane’s Addiction, Ween, and more. Enjoy photos from Saturday below: Load remaining imageslast_img read more