Earlier this year, The Disco Biscuits performed three nights at The Fillmore in their hometown of Philadelphia, PA, with opening music from Aqueous. To kick off their first set, the Biscuits opened appropriately with “Coming Home,” a not-so-subtle reference to their return to The City of Brotherly Love. The band also modified the lyrics of “Coming Home,” using the Philly-centric lyrics that were debuted during their New Years Run in 2002 stating “Philly, it’s always been home with a Happy New Year Biscuits coming home.”Of the many highlights included the second set opening “Overture,” which lasted over thirty minutes. This dropped straight into an inverted “Portal To An Empty Head” before swinging through “Overture” once again. The band has shared pro-shot footage from this epic jam, which you can enjoy below:Setlist: The Disco Biscuits | The Fillmore Philadelphia | Philadelphia, PA | 2/2/17Set I: Coming Home-> I-Man-> Vassillios-> Abraxas-> Run Like Hell-> Coming HomeSet II: The Overture-> Portal to an Empty Head-> The Overture, Highwire-> I Remember When, Magellan-> I-ManE: Wet-> Run Like Hell[Setlist/Photo via Disco Biscuits Facebook]
Oral Roberts heads into the league tournament on a two-match winning streak as the Golden Eagles defeated league foes South Dakota State and Illinois State. Marcello Moreira is the only player with a winning singles record with a 12-6 mark. In doubles, ORU is led by Eddy Leardini and Alvaro Santamaria with 9-2 record at the No. 3 spot. The winner of Friday’s semifinal will play the winner of No. 2 seed Denver and No. 3 Valparaiso in the Summit League championship match on Saturday. Print Friendly Version DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University men’s tennis team will be the top seed at this week’s Summit League Tournament in Denver, Colo. The Bulldogs will square off against No. 4 seed Oral Roberts on Friday at 4 p.m. to open the tournament. Drake topped Nebraska and Illinois State last week to head into the postseason with a 17-13 record and a 6-0 mark in the Summit League. Juniors Ben Clark and Tom Hands have led the team with 17 singles win apiece. Hands leads the team with 20 doubles wins, while Clark, who received his third Summit League Player of the Week honor earlier this week, isn’t far behind with 16 doubles victories.