Month: March 2021

Bristol Camping World Truck qualifying order

first_img1102* Tyler YoungYoung’s Building Systems/SSI/Outback Chevrolet 1996* Ben KennedyModSpace/Fresh From Florida Gulf Seafood Chevrolet 645* Nate MontiethDDK Motorsports Toyota 323Ty DillonBass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats Chevrolet 3317Timothy PetersParts Plus Toyota 224Jeb Burton #Arrowhead Chevrolet 267John Wes TownleyZaxby’s Toyota Track Qualifying Record:Ken Schrader, 08/25/04 15.1179 sec., 126.922 mph #TrkDriverTeam 3854Darrell Wallace Jr. #Liberty Tire Recycling/GroundSmart Rubber Mulch Toyota 157Norm BenningNorm Benning Racing Chevrolet 1627* Jeff AgnewWest Virginia Coal Association Chevrolet 3694* Chase ElliottAaron’s Dream Machine/Hendrickcars.com Chevrolet 1052* Ken Schrader(i)Federated Auto Parts Toyota 3751Kyle Busch(i)ToyotaCare Toyota 2919Brad Keselowski(i)Draw Tite Ford 939Ryan SiegRSS Racing Chevrolet 1533* Brandon JonesKaty Spring Chevrolet 1732Miguel PaludoAccuDoc Solutions Chevrolet 2418Joey CoulterGunbroker.com Toyota 284Mike Harmon(i)Beaver Bail Bonds Chevrolet 1392* Matt McCallBlacks Tire/Fleet HQ/QMI Chevrolet 2098Johnny SauterCarolina Nut Co./Curb Records Toyota 286* Justin LoftonLofton Cattle Chevroletcenter_img Teammates Kyle Busch and Darrell Wallace Jr. roll off last for Bristol pole 868* Clay GreenfieldVictory Junction Gang RAM READ: Full coverage from Michigan, Mid-Ohio READ MORE: 2524Brennan Newberry #Qore-24 Chevrolet 2775* Caleb HolmanAlpha Dog/Highlands Hickory Market/Food Country USA Chevrolet 1407Jake CrumBandit Chippers Toyota 3188Matt CraftonMenards/Great Lake Wood Floors Toyota 3029Ryan Blaney #Cooper Standard Ford WATCH: Logano celebrates Michigan win 310* Jennifer Jo CobbKoma Unwind RAM WATCH: Johnson out early at Michigan 781David StarrBYF/Chasco Toyota 3531James BuescherRheem Chevrolet 493* Chris JonesRSS Racing Chevrolet 219Ron Hornaday Jr.Smokey Mountain Herbal Snuff Chevrolet 3477German Quiroga #NET 10 Wireless Toyota 1862Brendan GaughanSouth Point Chevrolet 128Max GreshamMade in USA Brand Chevrolet 599Bryan SilasBell Trucks America Inc. Ford 2360Dakoda ArmstrongWinfield Chevrolet WATCH: Dillon spins in Stewart’s No. 14last_img read more

Stunning Shots And Setlists From The Main Squeeze In The Midwest

first_imgNeo-soul rockers The Main Squeeze have spent the past two nights in the Midwest, hitting Concord Music Hall in Chicago on Thursday, 3/24 and The Vogue Theatre in Indianapolis, IN the following evening. The band always puts on an energetic show, and the two performances certainly did not disappoint.Thanks to Phierce Photo, we have setlists and photos from the two exciting performances. Check it out below:Setlist: The Main Squeeze at Concord Music Hall, Chicago, IL – 3/24/16Set: Ebaneezer, Mixed Up, Sweat, Two Steps, Ill Take Another, All In, Shot, Angelus (With Jeremiah on Bass, Rob on Keys), Spines>Drums, Trouble, In A Funk (Rob Keys solo, Smiley Key Bass), Tank X-ing, Melissa (Allman Brothers Cover), Where Do We Go Encore: Message to the Lonely Setlist: The Main Squeeze at The Vogue Theatre, Indianapolis, IN – 3/25/16Setlist: Where Do We Go, WWC, All In, Message to the Lonely, Tank Xing, Loud, Sweat, Shot, Two Steps, Can’t Hide Love, Trouble, Ebeneezer, Mama Told Me, I’ll Take AnotherEncore: Dr. Funk > Give It Away***Don’t miss The Main Squeeze when they headline L4LM’s KRAW?! party in New Orleans, LA on April 16th. The Tulane Crawfest after party will feature a set from The Main Squeeze with special guests Eric Benny Bloom (Lettuce) and Khris Royal (Rebelution), and support from Sexual Thunder! More information can be found here.***A full gallery of Phierce Photo‘s images can be seen below: Load remaining imageslast_img read more

Statistically, Phish Fans Travel Farther Than Any Other Fan Base

first_imgIt’s no secret that going “on tour” is a livelihood that Phish fans can relate to. There aren’t many bands out there that inspire you to get in your car and drive hundreds of miles to see…multiple times a year. Well, Vivid Seats decided to crunch some numbers in their database and put a scale to the median distance that ticket-buyers travel for a concert experience. With Phish fans coming in first place, with a median of 152.3 miles, Garth Brooks, One Direction, and Adele came after. There is an obvious difference between the median of distance traveled by Phish fans versus the rest of this list. There is also an obvious difference between Phish fans and fans of Garth Brooks, One Direction, and Adele. Go figure!The graphic below shows the median distance traveled per order for each artist since Jan 1, 2012. Imagine what this might have looked like in the 1960’s!last_img read more

De La Soul’s First New Album In 12 Years Is Brilliant And Eclectic [Stream/Review]

first_img“Your music means everything to you. Are you concerned about the status of your playlist and precious collection? We feel you, and we’re here to help. Have no fear, De La Soul is here…”On August 26th, quintessential Long Island hip-hop trio De La Soul released and the Anonymous Nobody, their first full album in twelve long years. The album’s cover art depicts an angry mob closing in, with a man running away, screaming that “nobody can control them,” while one man stands bravely in their path, proclaiming “I am nobody.” The defiant hero in this clever cartoon is a powerful symbol of the group’s collaborative vision for this release, and the scores of “anonymous nobodies” that made it possible. The album was the culmination of a project first introduced to fans last year, when De La launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund a new release. The campaign quickly met its $110,000 goal and went on to pull in over $600,000 in total. With the overwhelming support of their fans–as well as over 200 hours of recorded original jam sessions with various artists to sample from–Dave, Maseo, and Posdnuos were free from the bonds of labels and other stakeholders, free to create whatever they wanted.De La Soul Discusses First Album In 11 Years, ‘and the Anonymous Nobody’The resulting project, and the Anonymous Nobody, is a sprawlingly diverse set of songs that takes full advantage of the creative freedom afforded to them by their DIY, collaborative approach with fans and artists alike. After the opening mission statement of “Genesis”–a poem delivered by Jill Scott–“Royalty Capes” kicks things off in earnest with a trumpet salute fit for a king, before dropping into De La’s signature spaced-out flow over sorrowful strings and bass drum rolls. “Pain” is classic De La Soul, its upbeat, funky flow lending itself perfectly to a featured verse from Snoop Dogg.The robotic overdubs and computerized ad-libs of “Property of Spitkicker.com” give the tune a metallic timbre, laid over a simple snare beat with ethereal tones floating across the mix. “Memory of…(US)” is a beautiful lament floated by Pete Rock‘s legendary production and Estelle‘s wistful vocals.“Lord Intended”, by far the longest song on the record, is a rap-punk hybrid the likes of Jay Z‘s “D.O.A.” or “99 Problems”. While the song’s “fuck everyone, burn everything” refrain may seem a little forced, it’s hard to hate anything that features Justin Hawkins, singer and guitarist for well-loved but long-defunct English rockers The Darkness.Even in the 8 seconds of “Snoopies” before he starts to sing, you can tell that this track has Talking Heads visionary David Byrne’s hands all over it. As the drums and bass hit, the De La portion of the collab becomes clear, building to a peak before stripping down and moving on to a chugging old school groove for the verse. The track alternates between these two musical themes throughout—the verses: card-carrying De La Soul, the choruses: weird, peppy Byrne. It plays more like a mash-up of two songs than a single cohesive collab, but somehow it works—better than it seemingly should.Perhaps the most radio-friendly track on the album, “Greyhounds” is a soft-spoken story of escaping the doldrums on a bus to the greener pastures of NYC’s grey concrete. While Usher‘s hook doesn’t add much substance, the bus-station sound effects at the end evoke a surprisingly sincere emotional response.Our heroine from “Greyhounds” steps off the bus with her pumps clicking on the sidewalk for “Sexy Bitch”, a quick number whose bouncing bassline reminds of classics like “Itsoweezee (Hot)”.  The quick skit features some sagely advice from an old-timer to a desperate youngin’ – “Don’t’ even look, don’t waste your time, baby.” “Trainwreck”, which follows, expounds on the advice to steer clear of trouble with fast women (“Don’t turn your back, when she’s on that track”).“Drawn” (which features Little Dragon) heavily features the whooshing synth swells that are common in much of today’s dance floor fare, but the vocals on the intro inevitably entrance you (“Wont you stay, babe”). The song gets tripped-out quickly, reaching toward different textured frequencies while remaining anchored by the always-on-point backing drums. The only real verse on the song doesn’t start until nearly 5 minutes in, but Posdnuos uses the short stretch impressively, with one of the albums most elegant turns of phrase about the artist-fan relationship and its effect on the music’s longevity: “Two words, ‘I’m mortal. But the fans lift ’em both together and remove the apostrophe.”“Whoodeeni” is the album’s token banger–complete with a Daft Punk-style robotic hook, but features a surprisingly substantive verse from 2 Chainz.“Nosed Up”, one of the album’s standout tracks, boasts the funkiest bass line on a release rich in dope bass lines, and includes a swinging doo-wop style outro.On “Here In After”, the stylistic influence of collaborator Damon Albarn (Gorillaz, Blur) is clearly apparent. Indie-pop De La Soul may not be what you’re used to, but by this point in the album, after listening to them traverse countless genres, it doesn’t seem all that shocking. Instead, it offers a positive message, a triumphant victory lap on the journey that was and the Anonymous Nobody– (“Cus we’re still here now.”)One of things that makes this album work so well is how sincere each collaboration is. Every pairing—and they are, undeniably, a varied bunch—effortlessly showcases the mutual artistic respect between De La Soul and the featured artist in question. Each one is a gourmet, well-seasoned combination of De La’s tried-and-true laid back groove and the collaborating artist’s individual style, making for a diverse and attention-grabbing album. Even in 2016, nearly 30 years after the release of their acclaimed debut 3 Feet High And Rising, the trio has succeeded in making a unique, modern-feeling record that, with their faithfully infectious flow, has the feel of classic De La Soul.“Exodus” rounds out a stellar album with an appropriately emotional send-off, that kind of track that gives you tingles, makes you think happy, makes you wax poetic about life, makes you appreciate the role you play in this world, however small.  (“Saviors, heroes? Nah. Just common contributors hopin’ that what we created inspires you to selflessly challenge and contribute. Sincerely, anonymously, nobody.”). It makes you feel grateful. And with a stellar new De La Soul album that feels both happily nostalgic and effortlessly current, we have a lot to be grateful for.last_img read more

Bob Weir Joins Joe Russo’s Almost Dead For Acoustic Set At The Fox [Watch]

first_imgJoe Russo’s Almost Dead played their second show in California this weekend at The Fox Theater in Oakland. The band rarely hits the road, but when they do, it’s with specialty. Joe Russo, Dave Dreiwitz, Marco Benevento, Tom Hamilton and Scott Metzger don’t just play Grateful Dead tunes, they reinvent them in a modern, enhanced way. They’ve become giant must-sees in the jam band world, and even guitarist and songwriter Bob Weir is compelled to see what they’re about.As the band went into their acoustic portion of the performance, which has become somewhat of a regular thing since their most recent Brooklyn Bowl run, Weir emerged after the opening “It Must Have Been The Roses” to contribute his guitar playing and vocals on Bob Dylan’s “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall,” Grateful Dead’s “Black Throated Wind,” Dylan’s “When I Paint My Masterpiece” and Bobby’s “Cassidy.” You can watch “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall” via Ted Silverman below:This sit-in is especially cool, coming after John Mayer’s appearance back in October where the Dead & Company guitarist played for the entire second set at the Brooklyn Bowl. Joe Russo’s Almost Dead will head to The Fillmore in Philadelphia on November 26 and spend the bulk of December on the road.Joe Russo’s Almost Dead at The Fox Theater in Oakland, CA 11/12/16:Set One: Jam > Good Lovin’ sm > Cumberland Blues th sm jr > (Shakedown Street riff) > Help On The Way th > Jam > The Music Never Stopped sm > He’s Gone th > The Wheel th sm jr > Jack Straw sm thAcoustic Set: It Must Have Been The Roses, A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall bw*, Black Throated Wind bw*, When I Paint My Masterpiece bw*, Cassidy bw *Set Two: King Solomon’s Marbles > Row Jimmy th > Estimated Prophet sm > Uncle John’s Band th sm jr, Bass solo > Eyes Of The World (w/piano solo) th > Throwing Stones sm > Deal jam > Throwing Stones smEncore: One More Saturday Night sm* with Bob Weir on acoustic guitar and vocals[Setlist via Deadheadland]last_img read more

The 1st Anniversary Of Prince’s Death Will Be Honored In A Four-Day Event At Paisley Park

first_imgA four-day event at Prince‘s Paisley Park residence has just been announced, and is set to take place from April 20th-23rd, which also mark’s the first anniversary of the legendary musician’s untimely passing. The festival, dubbed Celebration 2017, will “honor and celebrate the life and legacy of Prince,” and will bring fans, friends, and collaborators together.Listen To The First Song Released From Prince’s Music VaultThe festivities will include “live music, panel discussions and presentations on Prince’s tremendous talent, influence and importance as a composer, musician, producer, live performer and filmmaker” as well as guided tours of Paisley Park. Fans can expect performances from the Revolution, 3rdEyeGirl, New Power Generation, and Morris Day & The Time, among others.General admission passes are $499, while VIP ones are priced at $999. Tickets are currently on sale and can be purchased here.[H/T Consequence of Sound]last_img read more

Watch Yonder Mountain String Band Jam With Keller Williams, Members Of RRE, Greensky, Salmon & More

first_imgLoad remaining images Strings & Sol festival just wrapped up last weekend, bringing bluegrass bands and their loyal fans to the tropical shores of the Now Sapphire Resort in Puerto Morelos, Mexico. Featuring an all-star lineup of top tied bluegrass groups, the weekend was filled cover to cover with enormous performances and fun collaborations.Among the many great moments from the weekend was Yonder Mountain String Band’s guest-heavy set on Monday night, which included a full fledged jam out on Lou Reed’s hit, “Walk On The Wild Side,” with Tim Carbone, Drew Emmitt, Anders Beck, Dave Bruzza, Vince Herman, and Mike Devol all sitting in. What a lineup! Check out a video covering the last few songs of the show including “Wild Side,” below.The show also featured a rendition of “(You Make Me Feel) Like A Natural Woman)”, with Keller Williams joining the band for some fun on the Aretha Franklin classic. Check out that out in the video below.The full setlist from this performance can be seen here, and a full gallery of the day by Dave Vann can be seen below.Setlist: Yonder Mountain String Band | Strings & Sol | Puerto Morelos, MX | 12/12/16Set: All The Time, Alison, Complicated, Travelin’ Prayer, (You Make Me Feel) Like A Natural Woman^, Chasing My Tail, Caveman#> Pass This Way# > EMD# > Pass This Way# > Life In The Fast Lane, Years with Rose* > Traffic Jam*, On The Run > Piss Up A Rope > On The RunEncore: Walk On The Wild Side**^=Keller Williams# = Danny Barnes* = Tim and Anders Beck** = Tim Carbone, Drew Emmitt, Anders Beck, David Bruzza, Vince Herman, Mike Devollast_img read more

McLovins Host Annual “Ugly Christmas Sweater Party” In NYC

first_imgMcLovins brought their best to American Beauty NYC last Saturday, performing their annual Ugly Christmas Sweater Party for their adopted hometown of NYC. The New York venue was the ideal setting for the annual affair, as the band could rock out with style at the hipster-y locale.Those coming in search of festive trappings were not disappointed. Even amid a sea of ugly sweaters, McLovins were in a class of their own. Keyboardist Atticus Kelly wore a garment that featured a polar bear in an ugly sweater whose vomit lit up with tiny lights, perhaps presaging what was to come at the after party. Guitarist Justin Berger wore a morose messiah, alone on his birthday surrounded by empty bottles. They killed the sweater game, end of story.Following sublime local openers Common Jack, The band kicked off the apropos “American Heartache”, slated to be on their forthcoming album release. The night’s selections ran the gamut from funky get-downs (“Buildin’ it Up”, “Man In a Blue Coat”) and jams like “Brickbone” and “Gold In The World” (each clocking in at over 10 minutes) to short, pop influenced numbers, some even with choreography by the band. These songs are the best representation of the band’s growth as songwriters, and there was no better place to showcase it than their favorite place to play, New York City.Stay tuned for the new album, slated for mid 2017. You can see the band’s setlist and a photo gallery from Capacity Images, below.Setlist: McLovins | American Beauty | New York, NY | 12/17/16American Heartache, Buildin’ It Up, Thick Of It, No Limit, Anxious, H.T.L., Man In A Blue Coat , Ringo , Talk About It , Greenhouse, Regulars, Brickbone, Festive Interlude: In The Black Midwinter , We Go Wild, All Is All , Gold In The World, Don’t Do It Load remaining imageslast_img read more

Eddie Vedder To Perform with Children’s Choir At President Obama’s Farewell Address Tonight

first_imgTonight, President Obama will address the nation with a farewell message from Chicago, IL, putting an end to his eight years of presidency. The ceremony will also feature another Chicago-transplant, as Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder has announced that he will be performing at the event with members of the Chicago Children’s Choir.Vedder has become synonymous with Chicago in recent years, even going as far as to celebrate with the Chicago Cubs when they won the World Series in 2016. President Obama has also become synonymous with Chicago, as the Commander in Chief worked in the city’s political system for many years.You can catch a full live stream of the Farewell Address via the White House website. The president has shared his personal reflections about saying farewell in the video below.last_img read more

Disc Jam Music Festival Announces Lineup Packed With Jam Scene Favorites

first_imgThe annual Disc Jam Music Festival is set to return to Stephentown, NY from June 8th through the 11th, bringing along a bastion of jam bands for this remarkable festival experience! Last night, the festival announced their lineup by way of a live Facebook video, confirming dozens of artists for the 2017 event.The full lineup features headlining sets from Break Science Live Band, Turkuaz, Dopapod, The Motet, TAUK, Manic Focus, Kung Fu, Consider the Source, Pink Talking Fish, Electric Beethoven, Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, Aqueous, Gubbudulis, Yheti, lespecial, Esseks, Bright Side, Of The Trees and Honeycomb.The lineup continues with Ghost Note, Spiritual Rez, Roots of Creation, Holly Bowling, Hayley Jane, Sophistafunk, The Mallet Brothers Band, Agent Lockhart, Strange Machines, Congo Sanchez, Wild Adriatic, After Funk, Funky Dawgz Brass Band, Funk You, Swift Technique, Litz, Calliope Musicals, Earphorik, West End Blend, Teddy Midnight and more!Check out the full announcement video below:The festival also released an excellent recap video the 2016 event, which you can view below.For more information, head to the official Disc Jam website! The full artist announcement can be seen below.last_img read more