The Rolling Stones Surprise Show in Paris: Video and Setlist

first_imgKunj ShahWondering if it’s worth it to spend the big bucks for The Rolling Stones sold-out reunion show at Newark’s Prudential Center? Words like Nostalgia and Jersey have been thrown around by infuriated fans after getting shutout by Ticketmaster. Fortunately for us, the band recently played a surprise gig in Paris, their first performance in about five years and kindly released some footage of Mick Jagger’s moves during “Jumping Jack Flash”.  Check out the setlist from the show, watch the video, and determine for yourself if it’s going to be a once in a life time chance to see arguably the greatest rock and roll band of all time, or a nostalgia act in the armpit of America.last_img read more


Fleetwood Mac Fest Kicks Off With Alison Mosshart, Doyle Bramhall & More Great Tributes

first_imgLast night, the Fonda Theatre kicked off the first night of Fleetwood Mac Fest in Los Angeles. The two-night event, honoring Fleetwood Mac, brought musicians and entertainment celebrities together in celebration of the nearly 50-year-old, British-American rock band.The night saw Courtney Love sing lead vocals on “Silver Springs,” Alison Mosshart of the Dead Weather team with Mark Ronson for “Dreams” and “The Chain,” Butch Walker appear on “Monday Morning” and collaborate with Sarah Silverman for “Go Your Own Way,” Doyle Bramhall II perform “Black Magic Woman,” Elvis Perkins sing “World Turning,” and a full band performance of “Don’t Stop.” Watch some of the highlights in these fan-shot videos and check out the entire setlist below!Courtney Love, “Silver Springs”Alison Mosshart & Marc Ronson, “Dreams”Butch Walker & Sarah Silverman, “Go Your Own Way”Full band, including Carly Rae Jepsen, Cold War Kids, Mark Ronson, KT Tunstall, Joanna Newsom, The Pierces, Perry Farrell, Butch Walker, Courtney Love, Karen Elson, Elvis Perkins, Jamestown Revival, Juliette Lewis, Jessie Baylin, Alison Mosshart, Sarah Silverman, Doyle Bramhall II, PHASES, Dhani Harrison, Mereki, Ruby Amanfu, Bijou Phillips, Will Forte, Brian Bell, Jack Dishel, Adam Busch, Danny Masterson, Emily Armstrong, Jess Wolfe, Holly Laessig, Etty Lau Farrell and more, backed by Cabin Down Below Band perform “Don’t Stop”:Fleetwood Mac Fest 2/9/16Fonda Theatre, Los Angeles, CA Tusk (The CDB Band)Hold Me (Carly Rae Jepsen)I Don’t Wanna Know (Jess and Holly of Lucius)World Turning (Elvis Perkins)Holiday Road (Jack Dishel)Little Lies (Noah Gunderson)Second Hand News (Danny Masterson, Adam Busch and Bijou Phillips)Edge of Seventeen (Emily Armstrong)Never Going Back Again (Jamestown Revival)Say You Love Me (The Pierces)I’m So Afraid (Ruby Amanfu)Landslide (Dhani and Mereki)Everywhere (Phases)Monday Morning (Butch Walker)Gypsy (Jessie Baylin)Stop Dragging My Heart Around (Will Forte, Karen Elson, Brian Bell)Rhiannon (Elson)Black Magic Woman (Doyle Bramhall II)Man of the World (Cold War Kids)You Make Lovin Fun (KT Tunstall)Stand Back (Juliette Lewis)Beautiful Child (Joanna Newsom)Go Your Own Way (Sarah Silverman and Butch Walker)Silver Springs (Courtney Love)Dreams (Alison Mosshart and Mark Ronson)Gold Dust Woman (Perry and Etty Farrell)The Chain (Tunstall, Walker, Mosshart)Don’t Stop (ALL)[Setlist via Jambands]last_img read more


Larson wins at Richmond; Allgaier takes Dash 4 Cash

first_imgRestarting in the inside lane, Larson cleared Allgaier off Turn 2 and crossed the overtime line before a wreck on the backstretch caused the seventh and final caution and froze the field with Larson in the lead. After a five-car wreck involving William Byron, Daniel Suarez, Brennan Poole, Harrison Rhodes and Kyle Benjamin slowed the field on the restart lap, and Dillon was sent to the rear of the field because of the restart infraction, Larson had the lead at Allgaier’s expense and controlled the overtime restart on Lap 253. Sadler retained the series lead by 41 points over Allgaier, but the driver of the No. 1 Chevy was frustrated, too. Sadler had race leader Allgaier in his sights, having closed the gap from 3.5 seconds to a couple of car-lengths before McLeod’s engine blew. Polesitter Daniel Hemric ran third, followed by Austin Dillon and Ryan Blaney. Notes: Larson led 10 laps–the final 10… Allgaier won the $100,000 Dash 4 Cash bonus for the second time this season, having also taken the prize at Phoenix, where he also won the race… In his XFINITY debut, Kyle Benjamin ran consistently in the top 10 until he had to return to pit road to tighten lug nuts after what should have been his final stop. Mired in traffic, he was a victim of the Lap 246 incident and retired from the race in 32nd-place, seven laps down… Astute pit strategy helped Dylan Lupton to a 12th-place, lead-lap finish in his first XFINITY start of the season… Darrell Wallace Jr. finished sixth for the sixth time in eight races this season. His other two finishes are a pair of 33rds. What stung so badly for the driver of the No. 7 JR Motorsports Chevrolet occurred in the final 15 laps of the race. Allgaier was leading, and teammate Elliott Sadler was closing fast on fresher tires, thanks to an aggressive pit call under caution on Lap 184. Nevertheless, when two late restarts played out at the .75-mile short track, Larson was the race winner in overtime, and Allgaier was a disappointed second, consoled only by the $100,000 check he collected as the winner of the XFINITY Dash 4 Cash bonus as the highest finishing series regular. </p> RICHMOND, Va. – Justin Allgaier had the best car in Saturday’s ToyotaCare 250 NASCAR XFINITY Series race at Richmond International Raceway. But NASCAR had to call a caution on Lap 239 of a scheduled 250 when the engine expired in BJ McLeod’s Chevrolet. Allgaier hit pit road along with the other lead-lap cars, including Sadler, whose only option was a set of 17-lap scuffed tires. “I’m proud of the guys for taking the chance we did, and we definitely had the race won,” said the Virginia native, who finished seventh on the set of scuffed tires. “It’s heartbreaking. We really wanted to win here at our home track, in front of our home fans.” “I was OK today, but (on Sunday) the competition is a lot harder. The drivers are better. Just have to be patient. Struggled in Happy Hour (final practice), so we’ll see how we are (on Sunday).” “I’m not good at this place, so a win is pretty neat,” said Larson, who will start 18th as the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series points leader in Sunday’s Toyota Owners 400 (on FOX at 2 p.m. ET) at Richmond International Raceway. “I still have to work on myself for long runs. I’m terrible on long runs. RELATED: Results | Standings | Detailed breakdown | SHOP: Winner gear Kyle Larson isn’t very good at Richmond—and isn’t bashful about saying so. Ty Dillon took the lead out of the pits on a two-tire call, but Dillon jumped the restart on Lap 246, mashing the gas before he reached the restart zone. “It’s a bittersweet day, I’ll be honest with you,” said Allgaier, who finished second to Larson despite leading a race-high 157 of the 254 laps. “I’m really dejected—I won’t lie to you. That’s going to hurt for a long time.”last_img read more


Prep Sports Schedule- Thursday, December 19th

first_img 720p HD 360p About Connatix V56490 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip Auto (360p) About Connatix V56490center_img 1080p HD The Tech boys basketball team will look to earn its first win of the season Thursday when they host the Princeton Tigers at Tech High School. The Tigers are 0-5 so far this year.Princeton has won three straight games after opening the season with a pair of losses, most recently defeating Hermantown.ELSEWHERE: 1/1 Boys BasketballZimmerman @ CathedralAlexandria @ Sauk Rapids-Rice 8 PMGirls BasketballApollo @ Fergus FallsZimmerman @ RocoriCathedral @ MilacaBoys HockeyWillmar @ River LakesGirls HockeyStorm N Sabres @ Ice Breakerslast_img read more


Pakistan rest Sarfaraz, Malik to lead against Australia in UAE

first_imgLAHORE, (Reuters) – Shoaib Malik will lead Pakistan in this month’s one-day series against Australia after the cricket board decided to rest six players including regular captain Sarfaraz Ahmed, for the five matches in the United Arab Emirates. Sarfaraz, Babar Azam, Fakhar Zaman, Hasan Ali, Shadab Khan and Shaheen Afridi have been rested to keep them fresh ahead of the World Cup in England and Wales, the Pakistan cricket Board (PCB) said yesterday.“The changes have been made taking into consideration the player workload in the build up to the World Cup,” chairman of selectors Inzamam-ul-Haq said in a statement, pointing to their 11 matches before their first match of the showpiece event against West Indies on May 31.“This is too much cricket in a short period of time. Had there been no pre-World Cup matches in England, then we would not have made these many changes.” All-rounder Mohammad Hafeez was not considered as he is recovering from surgery on his thumb, the PCB said after unveiling a 16-member squad that included the uncapped quartet of Abid Ali, Mohammad Abbas, Mohammad Hasnain and Saad Ali.“I am pleased that we have been able to develop a strong bench strength that has helped us to make eight changes from the previous series,” Inzamam said.“This is a good sign for Pakistan cricket as we now have a big pool of players who have the capability, talent and potential, and are raring to step up and seize the opportunity when thrown at the deep end.” Sharjah hosts the first ODI against Australia on March 22, and the series concludes on March 31 in Dubai.ODI squad: Shoaib Malik (captain), Abid Ali, Faheem Ashraf, Haris Sohail, Imad Wasim, Imam-ul-Haq, Junaid Khan, Mohammad Abbas, Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Hasnain, Mohammad Rizwan (wicketkeeper), Saad Ali, Shan Masood, Umar Akmal, Usman Shinwari, Yasir Shah (Reporting by Amlan Chakraborty in New Delhi; Editing by Hugh Lawson).last_img read more