Goose Shares Pro-Shot “Drive” From 2019 Buffalo Club Show [Watch]

first_imgGoose has shared a pro-shot, multi-camera video highlighting the band’s 30-minute performance of “Drive” played during a packed show at Nietzsche’s in Buffalo, NY back on November 16th, 2019. The entire performance at the smaller Buffalo venue was recently released in full on digital formats earlier this month, with a vinyl pressing due out in February.The lengthy, jam-filled rendition of “Drive” was the closing number for the first set of the night, and saw the band treat its fans in attendance to quite the dance party before heading into set break.“Buffalo was a sure highlight for us in 2019. Like a lot of our Fall 2019 shows, it was our first time headlining in town and the show sold out way in advance, so the energy was through the roof,” guitarist/keyboardist Peter Anspach said about Goose’s performance that evening. “One of my favorite things to do on that tour was survey the crowd, and that night we had people from all over the place, it was really humbling to see that people had traveled just to see us at this small bar in Buffalo, and it turned out to be an absolutely magical night.”Related: L4LM Staff Picks: The Quarantine MVPs Who Kept Us Going In 2020 [Videos]Revisit the band’s marathon performance of “Drive” in the newly-shared video below.Goose – “Drive” – 11/16/19[Video: Goose]Click here for the album’s vinyl pre-order options ahead of its February 8th release.last_img read more

Northeast Johnson County morning roundup

first_imgMission Gateway developer Tom Valenti. Photo courtesy Bill Nichols.Gateway developer set to head to court in February to face lawsuit from contractor. Tom Valenti’s The Cameron Group in February will head to Johnson County District Court to face a lawsuit brought by Henderson Engineers, which claims the Mission Gateway developer failed to pay for $405,690 worth of work on the project. [Trial set for February in contractor lawsuit against Mission Gateway developer — The Pitch]Valenti says he is committed to Gateway, but won’t guess when project will start. Even as his company faces lawsuits from Henderson and other contractors, Mission Gateway developer Tom Valenti says he’s committed to the project. Valenti told KMBZ this week that he intends to continue work on a proposal for a mixed-use development. “We’ve been at this since 2005, 2006. We want to make it come to fruition, so we’re hanging in there. We’ve invested an incredible amount of money, but we try to finish what we start,” Valenti told the radio station. [Developer of the Mission Gateway says his firm is still committed — KMBZ]Roeland Park is calling on artists, musicians for Music Under the Stars. Roeland Park is planning a celebration of music, art and community from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Saturday, July 11 at the Roeland Park Community Center. It is inviting piano players and other musicians to take part as well as artists who would like to display their art or provide face painting. Musicians can play one to three selections. The event will take place at the Pianos on Parade installation outdoors. To perform or contribute, contact Lanee Morales-Fowler at [email protected] no later than July 5.Prairie Village schedules meeting on Meadowbrook park financing proposal. The city of Prairie Village on Monday will hold a public meeting to answer questions on the financing structure that’s proposed for the Meadowbrook redevelopment project, which will create a new public park on the site of the former country club. The meeting will be Monday, June 29 at 7 p.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room at City Hall.The Northeast Johnson County morning roundup is brought to you by Twisted Sisters Coffee Shop on Johnson Drive. For updates on the latest blends and specialty drinks available, follow them on Facebook.last_img read more

Shane Breen completes excellent start for Irish riders on opening day of Dublin Horse Show at the RDS

first_img 9 August 2017, 19:15 Home  »  General  »  Shane Breen completes excellent start for Irish riders on opening day of Dublin Horse Show at the RDS Shane Breen completes excellent start for Irish riders on opening day of Dublin Horse Show at the RDS Tipperary’s Shane Breen made it a clean sweep for Irish riders on the opening day of the Dublin Horse Show at the RDS, scoring a hard-fought victory in the feature Sport Ireland Classic.A massive 17 combinations from 69 starters made it through to the jump-off, with Breen (pictured) drawn last to go against the clock with the nine-year-old stallion, Ipswich van de Wolfsakker. Bertram Allen had held top spot with Izzy By Picobello with a clear in 41.92 seconds, however Breen shaved nine hundredths of a second off the target to land the winners prize of over €8,000 in a time of 41.83. Wexford’s Allen took runner-up spot, while Waterford’s Anthony Condon made it an Irish 1-2-3. Condon posted a time of 42.13 when second to go against the clock to finish third with Balzac.The earlier Speed Stakes at the RDS also saw victory going to a Tipperary rider. Thurles-born Greg Broderick and Zuidam took the winners prize ahead of American runner-up Lillie Keenan with Be Gentle, while Offaly’s Darragh Kenny finished third with Chakito.Irish team manager Rodrigo Pessoa will tomorrow (Thursday) name his team, sponsored by The Underwriting Exchange and Devenish, for Friday’s Aga Khan Nations Cup. Eight nations will line out, with Ireland joined by Netherlands, Switzerland, France, Italy, Spain, Britain and USA. Tags:last_img read more

Nimba County to Name Sports Stadium in Honor of Floyd Tomah

first_imgNimba County Superintendent Fong Zuagele has announced that Sanniquellie Sports Stadium will be named in honor of businessman Floyd S. Tomah for his immense contribution to the development and promotion of sports in the county.Superintendent Zuagele said he has already made the formal recommendation to the Nimba County Council and the decision would be reached during their sitting in June 2016.He told journalists last Thursday that the naming of the stadium to honor Tomah is also owing to “his massive employment and empowerment of the youths as his way of tackling poverty in the county.”“Floyd’s love for sports and empowerment has helped the county for over a decade; and through that, most of the youth have acquired either formal or informal education and are able to support themselves and contribute their quota to the community and the county at large,” he said.Floyd served as chairman of the Nimba County Steering Sports Committee during the county’s double championship wins in 2010 and 2011.He is also the committee’s current chairman.It was learned that Floyd Tomah provided funds for the building of the Sanniquellie Sports Stadium.In response, Tomah said the naming of the Sanniquellie Sports Stadium in his honor will encourage him to do more for the county.“I would be grateful if the Sanniquellie Sports Stadium is named in my honor. I will be impressed and more than happy. It would be like a reward to my efforts,” he said.Floyd Tomah is the proprietor of the Jungle Water and Group of Investments and Jackie Hotels.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more