moe. Busts Out Steely Dan Cover, Plays Zappa’s ‘Cosmik Debris’ In NY [Watch]

first_imgCheck out the full setlist below, via moe.’s Facebook:Setlist: moe. at PlayStation Theater, New York, NY – 3/18/16Set One: Yodelittle > Blue Jeans Pizza, Puebla > Bullet, Calyphornya, Gone, Queen Of EverythingSet Two: Cosmik Debris, Silver Sun >(nh) Kyle’s Song > Opium, She, Suck A Lemon#Encore: Bodhisattva##, Mexico# LTP 11/07/14## LTP 10/02/03 Last night marked the second night of moe.’s three-night stand in New York, NY. Shifting from the intimate Stage 48 to the larger PlayStation Theater in Midtown Manhattan, moe. came prepared to throw down with some serious rock and roll. The group opened with a pair of classics, “Yodelittle > Blue Jeans Pizza,” and never stopped rocking. “Puebla > Bullet” came next, with tunes like “Calyphornya,” “Gone,” and “Queen of Everything” keeping fans on their toes throughout the first set.The group opened up set two with a cover of Frank Zappa’s “Cosmik Debris.” Watch video below, thanks to the band:  Cosmik Debris ~ #moe. ~ 3/116 ~ PlayStation TheaterPosted by Moe. on Friday, March 18, 2016 “Silver Sun” came next, from the group’s recent No Guts, No Glory album, followed by “Kyle’s Song” and “Opium.” After a potent “She” with some great Al Schnier-led vocals, the band capped off the set with their first “Suck A Lemon” since 11/07/14.And while we’re talking about bust outs, the first song of the encore was the biggest bust out of the night. The band brought back “Bodhisattva,” the beloved Steely Dan song, for the first time since 2003. The thirteen year gap made for quite the excitement! The group closed out with “Mexico,” set to perform one more show, tonight (3/19).Watch some of the show, as captured by Bruno Bill: Load remaining imageslast_img read more

Jagielka: Moyes leaves great legacy

first_img Press Association And the Toffees captain-elect, taking over the armband on a full-time basis next season with Phil Neville also leaving, thinks the new man’s first phone call should be to Old Trafford to thank the newly-installed Manchester United boss. Moyes got the perfect send-off on his final Goodison Park appearance in charge of Everton with a 2-0 victory over West Ham. It was a performance the manager felt was worthy of a top-four team and while Everton are currently six points and several players short of that sort of recognition, Jagielka insists they can approach the future with optimism. “The guy has been here 11 years and has transformed the playing staff, the coaching staff, the facilities from top to bottom,” he said. Everton defender Phil Jagielka believes departing manager David Moyes will leave behind a great platform for his successor to build on.center_img “In the changing room we are obviously all gutted he will be leaving us next season but we understand the way football is. Frustrations must have been high. Teams around us that are potentially not doing as well but getting more finances made it a tough couple of years. “To the same extent he has probably had the best squad he’s had for a long time but he is still leaving that behind and we are still looking forward to next season.” The England international said it was impossible to assess just how big a void Moyes’ departure would leave. “That’s a question I can’t answer. Ask me in six months or a year’s time and we’ll find out,” the centre-back added. “At the moment he has done a lot for the cub but he is leaving it in a great state. For the manager who comes in his first phone call should probably be to David Moyes to thank him for the squad he put together. “It is going to be an interesting summer to see who does come in but we are proud to have had David Moyes as our manager. “There are only two players who he hasn’t brought in and even those two – Tony Hibbert and Leon Osman – have gone on to have great careers. He has done a lot for everyone, not just the players here but others who have gone on to do other things and win trophies – the manager has a big role to play in a lot of people’s careers.” last_img read more

Christmas Cantata Holy Family Church in Miami Gardens, December 17

first_imgThe Holy Family Episcopal / Anglican Church in collaboration with the Consulate General of Jamaica at Miami will hold a Christmas Cantata on Sunday, December 17, starting at 5:00 p.m.Part of Jamaica 55The musical affair, which is being held as part of the celebrations in South Florida to commemorate Jamaica’s 55th Anniversary of Independence, will include a diverse line-up of performers including internationally renowned percussionist, Willie Stewart; accomplished guitarist and composer, Eugene Gray; dub poet, Malachi Smith; singers, Herve Alce and Aminata Kamara; the Joy of Singing Chorale; the Mello Grove Steel Orchestra; and the St. Benedict’s Church Liturgical Dancers.A Family AffairDubbed as a “family affair with a distinct Jamaican flavor”, the Christmas Cantata is free to the public.  However, patrons are being requested to donate a ‘love offering’ that will benefit the Caribbean Cultural Summer Workshop to be held at the Holy Family Church next summer for children of Caribbean heritage living in the South Florida community.What’s a Cantata‘Cantata’ is a composition of voices that is typically performed with instrumental accompaniment.  Traditionally, this musical event is celebrated across the Caribbean region during the Christmas Season when families, friends and members of the community bring Christmas joy through the singing of carols at various locations such as churches, schools, visiting the sick and less fortunate, and in public areas like town squares and shopping centers.The Holy Family Episcopal Church is located at 18501 NW 7th Avenue in Miami Gardens.For additional information contact at 305-652-6797 or www.holyfamilyevents.comlast_img read more