BIG Something Shares “Tumbleweed”, The Debut Single From Their New Album [Premiere]

first_imgIt’s been nothing but an upward trajectory for BIG Something, the six piece rockers based out of North Carolina. The band continues to make a name for themselves with high energy performances, uniquely crafted setlists, and sensational songwriting abilities, fusing influences of rock, funk, jazz and more for a sound wholly their own. As the band continues to take the scene by storm, fans were recently treated to the good news that BIG Something would be releasing a new album, Tumbleweed, in early 2017.Due out February 24th, the new album will be the fourth release from this exciting six-piece group. The album itself takes on a darker tone than the band’s previous works, as singer Nick MacDaniels mentions in his discussion of the new release. “Tumbleweed is a post apocalyptic desert trip. It’s a little darker and heavier in tone and subject matter than our previous albums, but there are also a few bright spots and upbeat moments too. With all eight tracks having been ‘road tested’ for the past couple years, it’s a really nice snapshot of our sound and catalogue.”To get fans excited about the new release, BIG Something has offered Live For Live Music the first taste! We’re delighted to premiere the album’s title track “Tumbleweed,” which you can stream in the player below.“‘Tumbleweed’ is the album’s title track and inspiration for the cover art,” says MacDaniels. “The name tumbleweed refers to the main character of the song who is fumbling aimlessly through a post-apocalyptic desert wasteland hallucinating on peyote. He’s telling himself to just keep moving in order to survive.” The band’s drummer Ben Vinograd adds, “I love this song because it showcases the dynamic all the players in our band can bring to the table. From the opening line on, everyone has a chance to shine.”The whole band has a chance to shine on Tumbleweed, including Ben Vinograd (drums), Doug Marshall (bass), Josh Kagel (keys, trumpet), Casey Cranford (saxophone, EWI), Jesse Henlsey (lead guitar), and Nick MacDaniels (vocals, guitar). Recorded at the beloved Echo Mountain Asheville studios with Grammy-nominated producer John Custer, we can’t wait for the new album to be released!BIG Something’s new album Tumbleweed is due out on February 24th, 2017, and you can pre-order the disc here. Check out the band’s upcoming tour schedule below, and head to their official website for any information you need!BIG Something Tour Dates12/29 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club12/31 – Raleigh, NC @ Lincoln Theatre1/18 – Key West, FL @ Green Parrot1/19 – Key West, FL @ Green Parrot1/20 – 1/25 – Jam Cruise 151/26 – Savannah, GA @ Barrelhouse South1/27 – Atlanta, GA @ Smith’s Old Bar1/28 – Greenville, SC @ Independent Public Alehouse2/2 – Chattanooga, TN @ Revelry Room2/3 – Birmingham, AL @ Workplay2/4 – Nashville, TN @ 12th & Porter2/10 – Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern2/11 – Boone, NC @ The Local2/15 – New York, NY @ Arlene’s Grocery2/16 – Bridgeport, CT @ The Acoustic2/24 – Greensboro, NC @ Blind Tiger (CD Release Party)2/25 – Greensboro, NC @ Blind Tiger (CD Release Party)3/1 – Columbus, OH @ Scarlet & Grey3/9 – Jackson Hole, WY @ Pink Garter3/10 – Sandpoint, ID @ The Hive3/11 – Sandpoint, ID @ The Hive3/14 – Boulder, CO @ Fox Theatre3/17 – Steamboat Springs, CO @ Schmiggity’s3/18 – Frisco, CO @ Barkley Ballroom3/21 – Avon, CO @ Agave3/22 – Fort Collins, CO @ Aggie Theatre3/23 – Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater3/24 – Telluride, CO @ The Sheridan Opera House3/25 – Telluride, CO @ The Sheridan Opera House3/26 – Winter Park, CO @ Ullrs Tavern5/5 – Wilmington, NC @ Greenfield Lake Amphitheater7/27 – Floyd, VA @ FloydFest7/28 – Floyd, VA @ FloydFestlast_img

Wilson wires Sprint Series of Oklahoma foes at Ardmore

first_imgChad Wilson led green to checkered in Friday’s Sprint Series of Oklahoma feature at Southern Oklahoma Speedway. (Photo by Mike Howard)By David Smith Jr.ARDMORE, Okla. (Aug. 18) – Chad Wilson quickly took the lead from his fourth starting position and never looked back to capture his second career Sprint Series of Oklahoma IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car feature Friday at Southern Oklahoma Speedway.Tucker Doughty and defending tour champion Andy Shouse started on the front row for the 20-lap feature with Wilson the one taking the lead as the green flag fell. Several cautions dotted the feature yet Wilson would hold on to become the seventh different winner of the 2017 season.Tenth starting Michael Day, who won earlier at SOS, came home second while Doughty held on for third. Gary Owens, who had to run and won the 12-lap “B” feature, started 17th and came home fourth while Blake Dacus, who finished second in the “B” feature, rounded out the top five.Thirty-three cars were entered at Ardmore.Feature results – 1. Chad Wilson; 2. Michael Day; 3. Tucker Doughty; 4. Gary Owens; 5. Blake Dacus; 6. Brandon Anderson; 7. Chris Kelly; 8. Jeff Day; 9. Loyd Clevenger; 10. Cody Whitworth; 11. Jake Martens; 12. Travis Scott; 13. Tristan Oakes; 14. Andy Shouse; 15. Justin Mowry; 16. Steven Shebester; 17. Tanner Conn; 18. Justin Fifield; 19. Marcus Thomas; 20. Monte Ferriera.last_img

Michael Schumacher’s prophecy on Lewis Hamilton’s F1 future comes true; watch video

first_img SUBSCRIBE TO US Written By LIVE TV WATCH US LIVE Last Updated: 2nd January, 2020 23:53 IST Michael Schumacher’s Prophecy On Lewis Hamilton’s F1 Future Comes True; Watch Video Michael Schumacher, during the BBC’s Inside Sport program in 2008, had made a prediction on current Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton breaking his record. The year 2013 will forever be remembered by Formula 1 and Ferrari fans after the news broke out about Formula 1 legend and 7-time world champion Michael Schumacher meeting an accident. For the past seven years, only few updates have been discussed about the condition of the German driver. Back in 2008, Michael Schumacher had predicted that current Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton would be the one to break his record of 7 world championships. Fast-forward to more than a decade later, the German legend’s prediction is likely to come true after Lewis Hamilton lifted his sixth world title in 2019. Also Read: Charles Leclerc Beats Michael Schumacher With $10m, 5-yr Deal With Ferrari; Here Is HowMichael Schumacher on Lewis Hamilton winning F1 championship  First Published: 2nd January, 2020 23:53 ISTcenter_img COMMENT Back in 2008 while speaking to the BBC’s Inside Sport, Michael Schumacher had predicted that Hamilton would go on to win seven titles like him. Schumacher had even confessed that when he was on his own record run, not many pegged him to overhaul the record set by Juan Manuel Fangio. He was of the opinion that the sole purpose of records, is to be beaten, so he would not be surprised if the driver from back then or from the future would eventually break his record.Also Read: Michael Schumacher’s Wife Corinna Is Hiding F1 Legend’s Condition, Claims Ex-managerF1: Lewis Hamilton looking to equal Michael Schumacher’s record  Lewis Hamilton enters the 2020 F1 season with six world championships in his name and his eyes will be set on equalling Schumacher’s record. Mercedes has been the dominant force for some years now and Lewis Hamilton has rarely been challenged for the title. The year 2016 was the only exception when he lost the title to his ex-teammate and now rival Sebastian Vettel. In the current set up, the likes of Ferrari and Red Bull will look to halt the Mercedes juggernaut in the upcoming season. Also Read: Lewis Hamilton Vs Michael Schumacher: In A League Of Their OwnRecently, the British driver has been in news regarding his move to Ferrari. Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri had confirmed F1 champion Lewis Hamilton is eager to join the team when his time at Mercedes comes to an end. Hamilton has long been linked with a move to Ferrari after previously admitting his admiration for the Italian outfit. Also Read: Michael Schumacher Hope Emerges: Why He’s An F1 Icon Like No Other Suraj Alva FOLLOW USlast_img