Daytona Camping World Truck Series lineup

first_img2598Johnny SauterCarolina Nut Co./Curb Records Toyota51.793173.769 1562Brendan GaughanSouth Point Chevrolet51.293175.463 1018Joey CoulterGunbroker.com Toyota51.205175.764 2613Todd BodineThorsport Racing Toyota51.802173.738 930Ryan Truex #Bass Pro Shops Chevrolet51.196175.795 1619Ross ChastainNational Watermelon Association Ford51.406175.077 3481David StarrBYF/Chasco Contractors ToyotaOwner Points 651Kyle Busch(i)Toyota Care Toyota50.997176.481 74Jeb Burton #Arrowhead Chevrolet50.999176.474 3510Jennifer Jo CobbKoma Unwind Relaxation Drink ChevroletOwner PointsOwner Points 128Max GreshamAmWins Chevrolet51.214175.733 287John Wes TownleyZaxby’s Toyota51.915173.360 49Ron Hornaday Jr.Smokey Mountain Herbal Snuff Chevrolet50.930176.713 331James BuescherRheem Chevrolet50.919176.751 1360Dakoda ArmstrongWinfield Chevrolet51.227175.689 26Justin LoftonMadVapes Chevrolet50.915176.765 1968Clay GreenfieldUS Pavement/1-800-Pavement RAM51.573174.510 PosTrkDriverTeamTimeSpeed 3027Jeff AgnewMike Hillman Racing Chevrolet52.234172.302 2284Chris FontaineGlenden Enterprises Toyota51.639174.287center_img 1454Darrell Wallace Jr. #DefyDiabetes.com Toyota51.292175.466 2317Timothy PetersParts Plus Toyota51.668174.189 2133John KingFlorida Lottery/Eastern Coal Council Chevrolet51.624174.338 1129Ryan Blaney #Cooper Standard Performance Ford51.210175.747 832Miguel PaludoDuroline Chevrolet51.151175.950 3139Ryan SiegPull-A-Part, LLC Chevrolet52.374171.841 114Brennan Newberry #Fight For Life Chevrolet50.797177.176 3257Norm BenningStone Mountain/Tactical Machining Chevrolet52.464171.546 2799Bryan SilasTroKar/Warriors4Warriors/WorldofBeer Ford51.872173.504 1892Scott RiggsFleetHQ.com/BTS Tire & Wheel Chevrolet51.571174.517 1788Matt CraftonSlim Jim/Menards Toyota51.548174.595 2077German Quiroga #Net 10 Wireless Toyota51.621174.348 3307Chris CockrumAccu-Tech/AdvancedCommunications ToyotaOwner Points 245Tim George Jr.GT Vodka/Applebee’s Ford51.724174.000 53Ty DillonBass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats Chevrolet50.952176.637 2993Jason White(i)Bubble Chevrolet52.178172.486 Sunoco Rookie of the Year Contender Brennan Newberry wins first career Keystone Light Pole 361Dusty DavisAccell Construction Chevrolet52.237172.292last_img read more

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moe. Will Play A Full Tribute Set To Pink Floyd At This Year’s Peach Fest

first_imgBeloved jam band moe. is one of the many great acts performing at this year’s The Peach Music Festival outside of Scranton, PA. Today, the festival revealed plans for their late night sets, introducing some top-notch performers into the late night scene. Among the many late night sets, one in particular caught our eye: moe. Performing Pink Floyd.Those who caught our coverage of Summer Camp Music Festival certainly noticed that moe. played a stand-out version of the Pink Floyd song, “Shine On You Crazy Diamond.” Thanks to our own Rex Thomson, we have video footage of “Shine On” into original song “Opium,” into Talking Heads classic “Making Flippy Floppy” with SCI keyboardist Kyle Hollingsworth.Watch the trio below:moe.’s Vinnie Amico Talks Summer Camp Highlights, Touring Plans & Cooking ShowsThe full Pink Floyd set at Peach Fest will certainly require a keyboardist, and The String Cheese Incident is one of the festival’s headliners… Just saying. The late night roster also includes Umphrey’s McGee, “Fearless” by Electron (Pink Floyd tribute), The Floozies, Cabinet, Consider the Source, and Flux Capacitor. Check it out below.last_img read more

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The String Cheese Incident Come Out Firing At Hulaween After Two Month Break

first_imgThe band encored with one of their oldest and most fun songs, “Johnny Cash,” who clearly does not smoke hash. With two more nights to play, and a Stringier Things theme for tonight’s show as well, we have high expectations for what is sure to be a great run at Hulaween.Thanks to runaway jr, you can watch “”Love Is Like A Train” below!Setlist: The String Cheese Incident at Suwannee Hulaween, Live Oak, FL – 10/28/16Set One: So Far From Home, Rhythm of the Road -> Dudley’s Kitchen, Love Is Like A Train, Betray The Dark, Lonesome Fiddle Blues, Let’s Go OutsideSet Two: Hi Ho No Show, It Is What It Is, On The Road, Falling Through The Cracks, Shine, HowardEncore: Johnny Cash[Photo via brianhensleyphotography // Instagram] If the last few months have felt a bit dairy-free, it’s because The String Cheese Incident has been off the road since their summer tour ended in August. Two and a half months later, SCI set to work at their annual Suwannee Hulaween festival, and the band’s loyal fans could not be happier for their return.With three nights to play at Hulaween, Cheese settled in nicely last night and played a set featuring some of their most classic material. Opening with “So Far From Home,” Cheese made their return memorable, and kept the energy high for classics like “Rhythm of the Road” and “Dudley’s Kitchen.” The set continued with “Love Is Like A Train” and “Betray The Dark,” before the first cover of the night, “Lonesome Fiddle Blues.” Finally, Song In My Head track “Let’s Go Outside” closed out the set.SCI kept the jams flowing with newer song “Hi Ho No Show” to open up set two, and followed that with hits like “It Is What It Is” and “On The Road.” “Falling Through The Cracks” was a nice sentimental moment, before the upbeat “Shine” really got the festival rocking. Finally, the rockin’ jammer “Howard” closed out the set, bringing a great finale to a strong Cheese performance.last_img read more

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Lettuce Closes “Sounds Like A Party” Tour With A Funky Rager In NYC [Gallery]

first_imgLettuce came to New York City’s PlayStation Theater this past weekend for a two-night funk extravaganza in support of the release of their latest EP, Mt. Crushmore. After nothing less than a stellar performance on the first night of the run that featured a guest appearance from Brandon “Taz” Niederauer (watch here), the funk powerhouse came back to the Times Square venue to deliver the knockout punch.The group played an array of hits spanning their entire catalog, including “Lettsanity” and “Let It Gogo” from 2012’s Fly, “The Force” off of 2015’s Crush, and older tracks like “Squadlive” and “The Flu” from 2002’s Outta Here. Their psychedelic approach to funk music continues to elevate this band’s status, and we can only be excited about what may come on the horizon.Check out the full setlist below, and a photo gallery courtesy of Bahram Foroughi.Setlist: Lettuce at PlayStation Theater – New York, NY – 11/12/16New IntroGet GreatChiefPurple OneBowl WarmerLet It GogoYakatoriNeal UntitledThe ForceThe FluRelaxBlast OffSquadlive >LettsanityPhyllisE: Silverdome Load remaining imageslast_img read more

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Dopapod And Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Add Two-Night Colorado Run

first_imgDopapod and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong are currently in the middle of an excellent fall tour, taking them up and down the East Coast as well as a large chunk of the Midwest. The bands have been having so much fun together that they’ve decided to deliver some funky jams to the Rocky Mountains, as the bands have now added a two-night run in Colorado. The bands will hit the Ogden Theatre in Denver on January 27th, and then will stop at the Boulder Theater on January 28th for what’s sure to be a great weekend on the Front Range.You can purchase tickets for the Denver show here, and the Boulder show here.Check out some videos below from their current fall tour. There’s a video of Dopapod featuring Alex Petropulos of Pigeons Playing Ping Pong performing “Freight Train Filled With Dynamite”, and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong with Eli Winderman from Dopapod performing “Henrietta”.last_img read more

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Amanda Palmer and Edward Ka-Spel Spin Rainbows In Brooklyn [Photos]

first_imgLoad remaining images Load remaining images Amanda Palmer and Edward Ka-Spel made Brooklyn’s Rough Trade the third stop on their United States and European Tour this past Sunday night, supporting their new album, I Can Spin a Rainbow. Amanda and Edward were joined on stage by violinist and longtime Legendary Pink Dots contributor Patrick Q. Wright, as the trio powered through a variety of songs from the new album, along with tunes native to both Amanda and Edward.Billed as an intimate evening, this nomenclature proved true on a variety of levels; the sold-out, 250 person capacity venue felt comfortable at all times, the crowd was delighted to some of the back stories behind the new songs, and while there were sound issues with the band’s monitors during most of the show, it prompted Amanda to quip about the phantoms messing with the power to a crowd of complaint-less music lovers.Sonically, the live versions of the songs off I Can Spin A Rainbow exceeded expectations. The journey was both delicate and aggressive, and always engaging. Think classical punk cabaret with a Macbook on stage. Not sure if that’s a valid description, I am just a photog after all, but it is what comes to mind if you take the album for a spin and scroll through the gallery below. Or better, go see them live for yourself on one of the remaining tour dates.Amanda Palmer and Edward Ka-Spel TourMay 23 – San Francisco, CA @ DNA LoungeMay 24 – Los Angeles, CA @ TroubadourMay 31 – Warsaw, PO @ ProximaJune 1 – Munich, DE @ MuffathalleJune 2 – Leipzig, DE @ Wave & Gotik TreffenJune 4 – Prague, CZ @ Palác AkropolisJune 5 – Hamburg, DE @ FabrikJune 9 – Antwerp, BE @ Trix ClubJune 10 – Amsterdam, NL @ MelkwegJune 11 – Paris, FR @ CigaleJune 13 – London, UK @ HeavenJune 16 – Vienna, AT @ Porgy & Bess[Photos and words by Stephen Olker]last_img read more

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Trey Anastasio Band Announces Brief Fall Tour Including L.A. Halloween Show

first_imgFresh off Phish‘s immensely successful Baker’s Dozen residency at Madison Square Garden, guitarist Trey Anastasio has announced a run of fall dates with his solo project, Trey Anastasio Band. According to the announcement on Trey’s website, the band will play six shows in Nevada and California, including a two-night run at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas on October 27th and 28th, a show at The Observatory OC in Santa Ana, CA on November 1st, and a second two-night stand at Oakland’s Fox Theater as well as a Halloween Night performance at The Wiltern in Los Angeles. Phish has already announced that they will not be touring this Fall.Tickets will be available through a real-time pre-sale beginning Wednesday, August 16th at 12pm PT and ending Wednesday, August 23rd at http://treytickets.shop.ticketstoday.com.Public on sale begins Friday, August 25th at 10am/11am/12pm PT. Tickets can be purchased online at trey.com/tour.Trey Anastasio Band Fall 2017 Tour Dates:10/27-28 – Las Vegas, NV – Brooklyn Bowl (on sale 8/25 at 12pm PT)10/31  – Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern (on sale 8/25 at 10am PT)11/1 – Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory OC (on sale 8/25 at 11am PT)11/3-4 – Oakland, CA – Fox Theater (on sale 8/25 at 11am PT)[Cover photo via Brad Hodge]last_img read more

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Jamila Woods, Chance The Rapper Help CHI Students Challenge Grim Depictions Of Their City With “LSD”

first_imgChicago native musicians Jamila Woods and Chance The Rapper have released a new music video and a “making of” mini-documentary for Woods’ dreamy track “LSD” from her recently re-released debut LP, HEAVN. The song’s official music video seeks to flip the script on the current prevailing narrative of Chicago, a narrative that predominantly paints the city as a dangerous wasteland of guns, drugs, and gang violence.Chance The Rapper Debuts Original Poem, Covers Stevie Wonder In NPR Tiny Desk Concert [Watch]While Chicago does, without a doubt, suffer from the ills for which it’s become known, the two Windy City-native artists seek to illustrate that those struggles don’t fully negate the innocence and beauty that exists within the fray. The “LSD” music video highlights the layers in Chicago’s identity with scenes of children, families, and loving, vibrant communities. “LSD” is an homage to Lake Shore Drive, the scenic waterside thoroughfare that runs through the city. In addition, as Woods explains, the song is a sort of nod to “tripping off the happiness of being in Chicago in the summer with our family and friends.” You can watch the official video for “LSD” by Jamila Woods featuring Chance The Rapper below: As NPR comments, “LSD” “distills summertime into backyard barbecues and colorful, reflective moods.” An equally immense amount of love and care went into the making of the video, which was directed in collaboration with students of Chicago Public Schools, for whom Chance has done so much over the last year.Chance The Rapper Makes A $1 Million Donation To Chicago Public SchoolsAn accompanying making-of-the-video documentary details how students from the same school system to which Chance donated $1 million earlier this year submitted their own “treatments” and worked alongside VAM Studio filmmakers to “portray a Chicago of their own telling, that speaks to the good and not the bad aspects of their community. The resulting contrast, full of plastic-cup parties, walks by the beach, dreamy selfies and selfless neighbors (with Chance manning the grill) illustrates what happens when marginalized communities get to shape their own story.” You can hear the stories of Woods and all the students involved in making the video in the making-of documentary for Jamila Woods and Chance The Rapper’s “LSD” below:[h/t – NPR]last_img read more

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