Watch Organ Freeman’s And PPPP’s Funk-Infused Set Openers From The Brooklyn Bowl Last Night

first_imgLoad remaining images Last night, The Brooklyn Bowl went off, with L.A.’s Organ Freeman and Baltimore’s Pigeons Playing Ping Pong lighting up the infamous Brooklyn venue with each group’s patented brand of funk-jam fusion. You can get a taste of what went down below, with videos of Organ Freeman’s and Pigeons’ set-opening numbers below, courtesy of nugs.tv. You can also check out photos from the night, courtesy of John R Wisdom Photography.[Cover photo courtesy of Phierce Photo]Organ FreemanPigeons Playing Ping Ponglast_img read more

Keep Austin Weir’d: Bob Weir Awarded Key To The City Of Austin For His “Vote Local” Initiative

first_imgThis weekend, Bob Weir took to Austin, Texas, to continue his Campfire Tour with his Campfire Band with two shows at The Moody Theater for Austin City Limits Live. Before his first performance on Saturday, the Grateful Dead guitarist met with Austin’s Mayor, Steve Adler, to talk about his “Vote Local” initiative. This newest project is in conjunction with HeadCount, an organization that advocates for musicians and music lovers to get more involved in politics and for which Weir is a board member. After Saturday’s meeting, Weir kicked off the first of two nights at Moody Theater with the Campfire Band featuring Steve Kimock, Jash Kaufman, Jon Shaw, and The National’s Aaron Dessner, Bryan Devendorf, and Scott Devendorf. This most tour has been in support of Weir’s recent solo album, Blue Mountain, which was released during the tail-end of last year. You can check out pictures from Weir’s mayoral meeting below, as well as setlists from Saturday’s and Sunday’s performances. [H/T JamBase]last_img read more

DONEGAL TO HOST FOUR STAGES OF TOP RAS CYCLING EVENT

first_imgSports fans from across Donegal will have the chance to see some of the top cyclists in Europe later this summer.The county hosts no less than four stages of the RAS race which gets underway on May 20th next.The following is a map of the route and details of the launch. The 2012 An Post Rás route was revealed at the GPO on January 26th and looks certain to provide a challenging test. This year’s Rás covers 1168 kilometres over eight stages with 28 categorised climbs, three of which are category one ascents.The 2012 Rás is the 60th in its history, and this year’s route was planned by cyclist, Stephen O’Sullivan. Stephen is a former stage winner and seventeen year veteran of the event. The action gets underway on Sunday May 20th in Dunboyne, Co. Meath with stage finishes in Kilkenny, Gort, Westport, Bundoran, Buncranna, Killybeggs, Coothill and finishing in Skerries.Route details• Stage 1, Sunday 20th May, DUNBOYNE – KILKENNY 147 Kms.• Stage 2, Monday 21st May, KILKENNY – GORT 158 Kms.• Stage 3, Tuesday 22nd May, GORT – WESTPORT 145 Kms.• Stage 4, Wednesday 23rd May, WESTPORT – BUNDORAN 135 Kms.• Stage 5, Thursday 24th May, BUNDORAN – BUNCRANA 149 Kms. • Stage 6, Friday 25th May, BUNCRANA – KILLYBEGS 134 Kms.• Stage 7, Saturday 26th May, DONEGAL – COOTEHILL 161 Kms.• Stage 8, Sunday 27th May, COOTEHILL – SKERRIES 139 Kms.DONEGAL TO HOST FOUR STAGES OF TOP RAS CYCLING EVENT was last modified: January 26th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:CYCLINGRASlast_img read more