The Werks are at the top of their game! Coming off a 2015 that saw the group release the concept album Inside A Dream, The Werks continue to impress with big time jams and great songwriting. Among the highlights from their set at the recent AURA Music & Arts Festival was their original tune “Duck Farm,” an upbeat number with some great guitarwork from Chris Houser.Thanks to the festival, we now have pro-shot, 4K/HD footage of this great jam! Check it out below:
View Comments The Fourth of July is only a few days away, and if you’re like us, you’re prepping by stocking up on burgers, beer and summertime showtunes. We asked you which Broadway party animal you’d most want to invite to your Independence Day bash. The results are in, and here’s who’s coming to the party! But let’s get one thing out of the way, first: we’re severely disappointed that the hot dog man from Bullets Over Broadway didn’t make the cut. Hot dog man, you’re always welcome to our barbecue. 2. Hedwig, Hedwig and the Angry Inch—19% As long as she promised not to spit beer in our face, we’d totally love for this German rock goddess to celebrate the birth of America with us. And just imagine the outfit/wig she’d put together for the occasion. Nothing says “freedom” like lap dances from Neil Patrick Harris. 3. Mrs. Wormwood, Matilda—15% We may not have a monarchy in the U.S., but we do have Queen Lesli! This Broadway firecracker’s moves are as hot as the backyard grill. Something tells us that she might be the kind of person who just watches from the telly, though. 1. Genie, Aladdin—20% There’s no doubt that the Genie would be the life of the party at your Fourth of July virtually any celebration. Just rub that lamp and you’d get a wisecracking, cartwheeling jokester. And arguably the best part of having the Genie over? He’d provide his own pyrotechnics—no need for fireworks! We also wouldn’t hate it if James Monroe Iglehart brought over some McDonald’s fries.
Lionel Messi could face a prison sentence and a huge fine if he is convicted of tax fraud, a lawyer has said.The Barcelona striker and his father are under investigation in Spain for allegedly defrauding the state of more than four million euros.Officials claim that Messi and his father, Jorge Horacio, filed fraudulent tax returns for 2007 to 2009 – a crime that could see them jailed for more than two-and-a-half years and fined up to 24 million euros if they are found guilty.Messi denied the claims in a statement on his Facebook page on Wednesday, with the Argentine insisting that “we have always fulfilled all our tax obligations”.