Moe. Opens Up “Tarantinoe. Halloweenoe.” Run With New Covers & Rewritten Classics [Audio & Videos]

first_imgmoe. kicked off an exciting two-night Halloween run at the Fillmore Philadelphia yesterday,  as part of their “Tarantinoe. Halloweenoe.” shows. moe. has taken to turning movies into themed concerts, including The Big Lebowski and Star Wars in recent years. By putting the emphasis on director Quentin Tarantino, the group had a bounty of material from which to draw. The only question was, how would they pull it off?The night started with a debut cover of Dick Dale’s “Misirlou,” a la Pulp Fiction, before the band brought out their song “Crab Eyes” with rewritten lyrics. Re-named “Crazy 88,” the song was a reference to the Yakuza gang from Kill Bill Vol. 1. Watch that below, courtesy of 1Blackcard1 on YouTube.They kept the set going with The Meters’ “Cissy Strut,” played in Jackie Brown, before debuting the Al Schnier penned song “Django.” Schnier had written the song for a Django Unchained casting call, and though it wasn’t chosen, he finally unveiled the track in a premiere on Live For Live Music last week.The band then brought out the song “Stuck In The Middle With You” from Reservoir Dogs, and ended their set with “gimp.,” a parody of “meat.” that referenced a classic Pulp Fiction scene. Check out a snippet of “gimp.” below, courtesy of moe.The second set started off with a cover of Steppenwolf’s “Magic Carpet Ride” a la Reservoir Dogs, which featured another moe. original parody called “Wolf Song” (aka “Bearsong”) in the middle. The Wolf is another classic Tarantino character from Pulp Fiction, and the band blended their original with the Tarantino movie well. After the conclusion of “Magic Carpet Ride,” the band treated their fans to a few classic moe. tunes, including “Buster” > “Jazz Wank” > “Four.” Finally, they closed the set with “Pussy Wagon,” a play off of their original “Paper Dragon” that referenced the opening scene of Kill Bill Vol. 1.Watch guitarist Chuck Garvey shredding in “Four,” per the band’s Facebook.With just an encore to go, the band returned and brought out another debut cover: “Woo Hoo” by 5.6.7.8.’s. The song is featured in Kill Bill Vol. 1 as well, and was an exciting way to get the encore started. Finally, moe. finished out the night with a classic cover in their arsenal, Blue Oyster Cult’s “Godzilla.”Full audio of the show can be streamed below, courtesy of taper marcus.moe. will wrap up their Tarantinoe. run tonight, 10/29, with a return to The Fillmore Philadelphia. The band is also set to tour extensively this winter, with dates from January 19th through February 19th. Check out the schedule here. You can see last night’s full setlist in all of its glory, below.Setlist: moe. at The Fillmore, Philadelphia, PA – 10/28/16I: Misirlou*, Crazy 88^, Cissy Strut, Django#, Stuck In The Middle**, gimp.^^II: Magic Carpet Ride*** > Wolf Song^^^ > Magic Carpet Ride***, Buster > Jazz Wank > Four > Pussy Wagon^^^^Enc: Woo Hoo****, Godzilla* FTP (cover – Dick Dale) > Pulp Fiction^ alternate lyrics Crab Eyes# FTP – (original al. song)** FTP – (cover – Stealers Wheel) > Reservoir Dogs^^- alternate version of meat.*** FTP (cover – Steppenwolf) > Reservoir Dogs^^^ alternate lyrics for Bearsong^^^^ alternate lyrics for Paper Dragon**** FTP (cover – 5.6.7.8.’s) > Kill Bill[Photo by Paul Citone]last_img read more

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Late Model awards new to Champ Pans IMCA program

first_imgThe seven-year sponsor again gives the same award to drivers in the top 10 in IMCA Modified, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock, Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod and Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod national standings.  “Champ Pans is one of a list of companies that sees great potential with the current direction of our Late Model program and wanted to get on board with season-ending awards for those drivers,” observed IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “We’re grateful for their support and echo that sentiment from our racers.” Certificates will be presented during the national awards banquet in November or mailed begin­ning the next week from the IMCA home office. Certificates can be applied to pur­chases from Champ Pans or Champ Brackets, another JR Manufacturing Company.  “We are excited to be part of another season with IMCA,” said Champ Pans Sales Representative Jake Redetzke. “ As a late model driver myself, we would like to keep seeing the class grow.  We enjoy being able to give back to the racers as much as we can. “ EAU CLAIRE, Wis. – Champ Pans expands its awards program to include a sixth division this season. Top 10 drivers in final national standings for IMCA Late Models will receive $50 product certificates from the Eau Claire, Wis., manufacturer. More information about Champ Pans and Champ Brackets products is available by calling 715 834-7748, at the www.champpans.com website and on Facebook. last_img read more

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Anthony Joshua: I’d beat Tyson Fury after sparring him

first_imgRelatedPosts Tyson Fury to Anthony Joshua: Don’t risk fighting Usyk Anthony Joshua, Okolie plot world title double Anthony Joshua wants Tyson Fury, Wilder fight Anthony Joshua insists sparring with Tyson Fury would help him win a future fight between the pair. Joshua reclaimed his IBF, WBA, WBO and IBO titles when he beat Andy Ruiz Jr on points earlier in December, and has since offered to spar with Fury ahead of the Gypsy King’s rematch with Deontay Wilder in February. The 30-year-old is adamant he wants to help Fury beat Wilder and believes sparring would only help him if the two fought each other in the future. Joshua told Sky Sports News: “It’s all for experience at the end of the day. What I learnt from myself and who I am – if I make a mistake once, I don’t make it again. “With Fury, sparring him for the first time, maybe for my benefit I might go in there and just batter him around the ring or he might batter me around the ring. “If that is the case, I know I can take my notes and go back when I’m ready to fight him and correct all my wrongs. “Everyone’s like ‘you wouldn’t do it’ but no one knows how my brain works. Everyone talks from their own experiences and I can only talk from my own. “So when I say I’ll go and spar Fury, it’s because I have a plan in my mind that no one will really understand. “I’ll beat him.” Asked if Joshua would like to issue a message to Fury, he replied: “If you want the help, I’m always here and if it fits in with my schedule, I’ll definitely be a support to make sure that you bring that WBC Championship back to England.” Joshua’s next opponent is undecided, but is expected to be either the mandatory challenger for the WBO title Oleksandr Usyk or for the IBF belt Kubrat Pulev. Frustratingly for the champion, he is likely to have to vacate one of his belts in order to fight Usyk or Pulev, however, he is looking forward to an exciting 2020. Joshua said: “I would hate it because it’s so hard to go round and collect all these belts, it’s really difficult and I’ve kept hold of them for so many years. “So to have to vacate because of the boxing politics would be annoying, but there’s things that are out of my control. If I do lose one, I know I’ll be able to get it back.” “Time moves so fast, it’s easy to forget things. So we just look forward into the new year and more challenges, more competition and hopefully more memorable years to come” “It’s 2020 vision. Whoever’s on the cards will get taken down. I just keep myself focused and whoever wants it can get it.”Tags: Anthony JoshuaDeontay WilderGypsy KingSky Sports NewsTyson Furylast_img read more

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