Frank Zappa Tribute Concert With Umphrey’s, Zappa Band Members To Be Live Streamed

first_imgLast week, we shared news of a promotion from the streaming company LiveList, who planned to broadcast a free live stream of a unique Frank Zappa tribute if enough people signed up for it. We’re happy to report some good news, as LiveList has informed us that the stream will be up and running for tonight’s show!The Cosmik Playground performance features Joel Cummins and Kris Myers from Umphrey’s McGee, Marcus Rezak of Digital Tape Machine, and Arthur Barrow of Frank Zappa’s band. The Cosmik Playground show kicks off at 9 PM Pacific time tonight, so be sure to tune in and jam out to some classic Zappa music from incredible musicians.For those who can’t get enough of the Zappa tunes, be sure to check out Cosmik Playground when they perform post-Phish at the Putnam Den after the SPAC performance on July 3rd. That show will feature its own all-star lineup, with Rezak on guitar, Ed Mann of Frank Zappa’s band on percussion, Scotty Zwang of Dopapod on drums, Todd Stoops of RAQ on keys, and Dan Lolito on the bass. Check out more about that series of late night shows here.You can tune into tonight’s stream by checking out the embedded player below. For more information about the July 3rd Cosmik Playground show, head here or click the poster below.last_img read more

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Frye honors the motorsports industry

first_img(Pictured left to right) IndyCar driver Scott Dixon, Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Doug Boles, IndyCar driver Jack Harvey, NHRA Top Fuel driver Terry McMillen, IndyCar driver Tony Kanaan, Sprint Car driver Justin Grant, IndyCar driver Pippa Mann, Frye, former IndyCar team manager Andrew O’Gara, former IndyCar driver Sarah Fisher, IndyCar driver Conor Daly, IndyCar driver Alexander Rossi and IndyCar driver Charlie Kimball.Indianapolis, In. — Republican state representative from Greensburg Randy Frye honored drivers and members of the motorsport industry with a resolution on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019, at the Statehouse in Indianapolis. The motorsports industry has stimulated economic growth and attracted millions of visitors to Indiana annually for events like the Indianapolis 500, the Brickyard 400 and the NHRA Drag Racing U.S. Nationals.last_img read more

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