Ever since the end of last year, Trey Anastasio has been teasing new material from his solo outfit in anticipation of a new album. While that album, titled Paper Wheels, is officially released on October 30th, you can get a taste of the new Trey via the NPR Music First Listen program.Trey Anastasio Band Debuts George Harrison Song, Busts Out ‘Dazed And Confused’The hourlong album is chock full of goodies, including tunes like “Bounce”, “Speak To Me”, “Flying Machines” and more! Listen to the whole thing, below:Trey Anastasio Band resumes their fall tour with a two-night stand at the Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas on October 30th and 31st.
By Dave Medler FULTON, N.Y. (Oct. 4) – Rob Keller Jr. took the $400 checkers when the World Products Empire State Series traveled to Fulton Speedway for Friday’s Outlaw 200 show.The IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified tour victory was the career first for Keller, who took the lead on the first of 25 circuits and led to the checkers. The win was anything but easy, however, as Keller had to hold off constant late pressure from Mike Wilmot and James Cornell. It proved to be an emotional victory lane scene for Keller as he recalled his favorite moment in racing, when his brother Dane won the same event that happened to be the final race his mother ever attended. Runner-up was new point leader Wilmot. Cornell, Matt Jones and Gary Smith completed the top five. Keller became the fifth different winner in as many series events this season. Chris Fleming brought the point lead to Fulton, won his heat and raced from 10th starting into the top four in the main event before breaking. The tour is at Black Rock Speedway in Dundee on Saturday, Oct. 26 before concluding Nov. 2 at Five Mile Point Speedway in Kirkwood. Feature results – 1. Rob Keller Jr.; 2. Mike Wilmot; 3. James Cornell; 4. Matt Jones; 5. Gary Smith; 6. Gary Roberts; 7. Jason Amidon; 8. Dan Searles; 9. Matt Cole; 10. Kevin Cole; 11. Jason Benjamin; 12. Tyler Stoddard; 13. Dane Keller Jr.; 14. Billy Ward; 15. Todd Stone; 16. Michael Stoddard; 17. James Walsh; 18. Brandon Carvey; 19. Brad Sites; 20. Kevan Cook; 21. Chris Fleming; 22. Eddie Sites; 23. Matt Roberts; 24. Glen Erwin.Heat winners were Brad Sites, Gary Roberts and Fleming. Benjamin was the “B” feature winner.
Related MAURO PIMENTEL/AFP/Getty Images(RIO DE JANEIRO) — The Valongo Wharf in Rio de Janeiro has been named a UNESCO World Heritage site.According to the United Nations’ cultural organization, the old stone wharf is in the former harbour area of the Brazilian city where nearly 1 million African slaves are estimated to have arrived, beginning in 1811.“The physical site is composed of several archaeological layers, the lowest of which consists of floor pavings in pé de moleque style, attributed to the original Valongo Wharf,” according to a description on UNESCO’s website. “It is the most important physical trace of the arrival of African slaves on the American continent.”Remains of the wharf were first discovered during excavation work in 2011.Transatlantic slave trade was banned in 1831, but it continued until slavery was abolished in 1888, according to BBC. Thousands of slaves who did not survive the journey across the Atlantic were buried in a cemetery near the Valongo Wharf from 1770 to 1830, BBC reports.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico