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Your Options For Couch Touring This Halloween Weekend Are Bountiful

Your Options For Couch Touring This Halloween Weekend Are Bountiful

first_imgAny live music fan knows that the best place to celebrate Halloween is at a concert! With artists regularly putting on themed performances, there’s always an added layer of excitement for a Halloween show. As October 31st falls on a Monday this year, there is no shortage of live music to enjoy over the coming days! Fortunately, if you can’t make it to any shows, there are also plenty of options to enjoy from the comfort of your couch.It starts with The Disco Biscuits, who kick off a three night run at the Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas tonight through this Saturday. Tonight’s show will be a normal start time, while the subsequent two nights will come on post-Phish, so the Biscuits certainly have the late night grooves covered! Meanwhile,  Twiddle also kicks off a three night run at a Brooklyn Bowl tonight, the original venue in Brooklyn, NY, where they’ll set up shop from tonight through the 29th as well.Phil Lesh is also gearing up for a big three night run at the famed Capitol Theatre, running shows at the Port Chester, NY venue on October 28th, 29th, and 31st. Lesh will be joined by some all-star musicians over the big run, including Larry Campbell, Luther Dickinson, Barry Sless, Jason Crosby, John Molo, Teresa Williams & Nicki Bluhm on night one (10/28); Luther Dickinson, Scott Metzger, Barry Sless, Jason Crosby, John Molo, & Nicki Bluhm on night two (10/29); and Phil-O-Ween with Larry Campbell, Luther Dickinson, Barry Sless, Jason Crosby, John Molo, Teresa Williams, & Nicki Bluhm to close out the run.Not only are those great shows on the table, but Greensky Bluegrass has also announced a webcast of their late night show on October 30th in Las Vegas, as they’ll also be playing after Phish at the Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas. All of the webcasts mentioned above will be hosted by nugs.tv. Our partner LiveList is also running promotions for free webcast codes to Twiddle and Phil Lesh & Friends, so don’t miss a chance to win!Of course, Phish is also streaming their Vegas shows through the LivePhish platform, Widespread Panic will be offering live audio streams of their three-night run in Broomfield, CO, Umphrey’s McGee just announced a webcast of their two-night run in St. Louis, MO, and SiriusXM Jam ON is streaming live from Suwannee Hulaween all weekend long. You can see their schedule, which includes sets from The String Cheese Incident, My Morning Jacket, Umphrey’s McGee, Greensky Bluegrass, Benevento Russ & Burbridge, STS9 and more, right here.If you’re looking for something a little different, the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience is also streaming sets this weekend, with shows from Arcade Fire, The Weeknd, Beats Antique, Claypool Lennon Delirium and more. Check out their schedule here.Finally, we can’t help but promote our own stream, as we’ve teamed up with master videographer MKDevo to offer a full video stream of tonight’s Dopapod and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong performance at Toad’s Place in New Haven, CT. We know it’s not a Halloween show, but we can’t wait to watch both of these exciting bands take the stage on their remarkable fall tour!You can catch all of these official streams in the Live For Live Music channel on LiveList, specifically catered with live stream and YouTube content that is directly suited for you! Check it out, embedded below.last_img read more

Darren Criss Stars in ‘Already Home’ Music Video by A Great Big World

Darren Criss Stars in ‘Already Home’ Music Video by A Great Big World

first_imgLong distance relationships can be tough, but when you’re that far away from Darren Criss? The agony! The Broadway alum and Glee cutie stars opposite Gossip Girl’s Jessica Szohr in the new music video for “Already Home” by A Great Big World (a duo consisting of Ian Axel and Chad Vaccarino). The tune tells the story of a couple trying to make a long distance relationship work when on opposite coasts. Take a look at the split screen-laden music video featuring Criss below!  Darren Criss Star Filescenter_img View Commentslast_img read more

Got an answer for me?

Got an answer for me?

first_imgAfter 20-plus years on this earth, I’ve come to the conclusion that there are a fair amount of things I will just never understand. For instance, the current craze of girls with oversized sunglasses. Ditto for the giant gold purses. Maybe it’s just me, but I don’t get it.Here’s another one — how can George Feeney be so inspiring and full of wisdom? I mean, seriously, where would Cory and Topanga have ended up without him? OK, seriously, enough with ABC Family Channel.Why doesn’t Bucky Badger ever wear pants? I’m pretty sure if I showed up to work with nothing but a striped shirt on, the reception wouldn’t be too good.But, to get on topic, there are some random questions in the sports world lately that are just as vexing.Question No. 1: How is the National League West so bad?This division just drives me insane. Maybe it’s the fact that the Milwaukee Brewers, at 79-79, would be on their way to a playoff berth. Heck, the NL West is so bad the Cubs would be in the title hunt.The Swinging Friars of San Diego have a four game-lead over the San Francisco Giants with a record of just 78-79. First off, the Padres have far too much talent to be mired in their current spell of mediocrity. And secondly, the Giants have no business being in any playoff hunt, regardless of how many home runs Barry Bonds can hit on one knee.If none of the five major league teams in this division (well I guess you could say four, eh Colorado Rockies fans?) can manage to crack the .500 mark, there is no way any of them should participate in the playoffs. I say take two wild card teams, and leave either of these floundering clubs at home in Cali.Question No. 2: How do the Braves keep doing it?Fourteen straight division titles. From Lonnie Smith to Ryan Langerhans, somehow, some way, Atlanta just continues to win. The model of a well-run ball club, the Braves simply replace the players they cannot afford (Gary Sheffield) with a new generation of stars (that would be you, Mr. Francoeur). Or, in Julio Franco’s case, they have found a way to stop the natural cycle of life. Their personnel strategies continue to work like a well-oiled machine, and general manager John Schuerholz deserves plenty of the credit.Most impressive is the fact that the Braves have racked up this streak in a division chock full of talented clubs, a great contrast to the previously discussed NL West.Question No. 3: Was Javon Walker that important to the Packers’ offense?Green Bay averaged 27 points and 397 yards of offense per game a year ago. This season, the Pack has only managed a little over 14 and 309. For a team that entered the year with a pretty suspect defense, that is not a welcome sign. So what’s the big problem?Sure, Javon Walker had himself quite a year in 2004, catching 89 balls for 1,382 yards and 12 touchdowns. But Brett Favre and the Packers’ passing offense have replaced go-to receivers in the past (yes, that would be your cue to hit the bricks Antonio Freeman).Green Bay is also trying to fill the voids left by free agents Marco Rivera and Mike Wahle. And as of now, the new line isn’t gelling too well. Favre has been running for his life and Green Bay has no balance on offense. Ever hear of showing a commitment to the running game?Question No. 4: When is the NHL-hating going to stop?Professional hockey + shootouts = great entertainment. Throw in the league’s newest messiah on the ice (Sidney Crosby) to go along with its greatest player of all time (Wayne Gretzky) making his coaching debut, and you have a pretty intriguing year. Yet, there is absolutely no hype for the return of the National Hockey League.Player movement usually mixes things up as well, so that should work in the league’s favor. Gosh, it seems like every player of any substance has changed teams. Paul Kariya in Nashville … who knew?Nope, mainstream sports fans still don’t seem to care. Poor Outdoor Life Network.last_img read more