Next Saturday, March 5th, Railroad Earth will take the stage at NYC’s Playstation Theater in the heart of Times Square (tickets are available here). The roots and Americana-based “newgrass” jam band is made up of six highly talented musicians that can flat out write beautiful songs and take them to great heights, with their ability to stretch them out with some serious jamming. While the group doesn’t like to be labeled in one style or another, their songs are steeped heavily in the bluegrass, rock n’ roll, and celtic traditions.Whether it is Todd Sheaffer‘s skillful song craftsmanship, Tim Carbone‘s ethereal violin, the sound of John Skehan‘s alluring mandolin playing, Andy Goessling literally playing one of nine instruments, or the rhythm section of Carey Harmon on drums and Andrew Altman on upright/electric bass holding it down, one thing is for certain: when all of the pieces come together it makes for a transcendental experience. Railroad Earth’s music simply takes you on a enchanted journey of epic proportions.With five studio albums under their belts, along with the extremely popular live album Elko, Railroad Earth was also brought in to record last year’s highly-acclaimed album Ashes & Dust by Allman Brothers Band/Gov’t Mule’s Warren Haynes, which was followed by a tour in support of the record. In other words, this isn’t a show that you want to miss.Warren Haynes and Railroad Earth Debut ‘Ashes & Dust’ At Intimate Town Hall PerformanceJoining Railroad Earth for the NYC show will be Scranton-based bluegrass outfit Cabinet. The group has been gaining a lot of recognition over the last couple of years, touring all over the country while releasing their third studio album Celebration in early 2015. Make sure to get to the show for Cabinet’s opening set, as there is sure to be plenty of boot-stomping and drinking of barley-laced ales during their set (well, really the entire night). Railroad Earth, Twiddle & More Tapped For Cabinet’s Susquehanna Breakdown FestivalRailroad Earth and Cabinet hit the PlayStation Theater in New York, NY on March 5th. For tickets and more information, be sure to head here.Railroad Earth – “Mighty River” from their OurVinyl Sessions:Cabinet “Celebration”, the title track of their 2015 studio album:Enter to Win Tickets:
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 5, 2014 at 8:17 pm Hitting the road to take on Princeton (3-7, 2-1 Ivy), Syracuse pulled out a thrilling 4-3 double-overtime victory on Sunday. Back Annalena Ulbrich provided two goals for the Orange (8-3, 0-3 Atlantic Coast) before junior forward Emma Russell netted the game-winner.Continuing her impressive freshman year, Ulbrich pushed the Orange out to an early 2-0 lead in the first 30 minutes. She buried the first goal of the game just 1:50 in off of a penalty corner. Freshman midfielder Lieke Visser and senior back Jordan Page were credited with assists.Holding a 1-0 lead just before halftime, Ulbrich struck again on another penalty corner at the 28:41 mark as Visser and Page again recorded assists.But, the momentum that Syracuse appeared to build was nearly wiped out at the 35-minute mark. Princeton’s Cassidy Arner snuck a shot past SU goalkeeper Jess Jecko on a feed from Annabeth Donovan.Thirty-one seconds after halftime, the Tigers’ Maddie Copeland drew things even at 2-2.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textJust more than four minutes later, Copeland struck again. After a backhand from Ryan McCarthy trickled through the goalmouth, Copeland was right there to tap it in, giving the Tigers a 3-2 lead.At the 47:51 point, Visser chipped in a rebound off Princeton goalkeeper Anya Gersoff, knotting the score at 3-3.Still tied at three goals each after 70 minutes, Princeton and Syracuse headed to overtime. In the first overtime period, the Orange registered eight shots on goal, but wasn’t able to score the winning goal. The Tigers registered four shots on goal in the first overtime period.However, in the second overtime period, on SU’s third shot on goal of the period, Russell buried a shot from the left post to give SU the victory.Facing 16 shots on goal, Gersoff stopped 12 Syracuse shots. Jecko saved five of the Tigers’ eight shots.After losing its first three ACC games, the Orange has rebounded with nonconference wins over Hofstra and Princeton in the past week, outscoring the two by a combined score of 10-5.Syracuse now turns its attention to its meeting with Louisville (10-2, 3-1) on Saturday at J.S. Coyne Stadium starting at 11 a.m.Compiled by Josh Carney, contributing writer. Comments
The event featured some intense racing throughout the field. In one sequence in the third stage, Kyle Busch and Bubba Wallace rubbed fenders, and Wallace sent Busch spinning.Kyle Busch rolled out of bed ready to rumble. First William Byron, now its Bubba Wallace. #NASCAR @WISH_TV pic.twitter.com/kOf7qQAErx— Charlie Clifford (@cliffWISH8) August 4, 2019Busch radioed his team, “I don’t know how (Bubba Wallace) still gets to race. If I had done that, I’d be parked.”Monster Energy NASCAR Cup results at Watkins Glen1. Chase Elliott2. Martin Truex Jr.3. Denny Hamlin4. Erik Jones5. Ryan Blaney6. Matt DiBenedetto7. Kevin Harvick8. Kyle Larson9. Brad Keselowski10. Kurt Busch11. Kyle Busch12. Aric Almirola13. Chris Buescher14. Alex Bowman15. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.16. Michael McDowell17. Daniel Suarez18. Paul Menard19. Jimmie Johnson20. Clint Bowyer21. William Byron22. David Ragan23. Joey Logano24. Matt Tifft25. Ryan Newman26. Parker Kligerman27. Ross Chastain28. Bubba Wallace29. Landon Cassill30. Ty Dillon31. Austin Dillon32. Josh Bilicki33. Cody Ware34. Corey LaJoie35. Daniel Hemric36. Ryan Preece37. Reed Sorenson Truex closed on Elliott’s bumper several times in the closing laps, but the Hendrick Motorsports driver hit all his marks to hold him off and win the GoBowling at The Glen.What. A. Race.Retweet to congratulate @chaseelliott on his second win of 2019! 🏁 pic.twitter.com/wwGRqJjz6N— NASCAR (@NASCAR) August 4, 2019It’s Elliott’s second victory this season, and career win No. 5.”That was freakin’ awesome,” Elliott told NBCSN afterward. “I just stayed mistake free. Martin was a little quicker those last two runs but track position was king.””I tried to do all I could. Chase just did an excellent job,” Truex said. “I just tried to force a mistake but he hit his marks.”Elliott becomes just the fifth driver to win two straight races at Watkins Glen, joining Mark Martin, Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart and Marcos Ambrose.Denny Hamlin finished third, followed by Erik Jones and Ryan Blaney Chase Elliott was clearly the driver to beat Sunday at Watkins Glen International, where he scored his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup victory a year ago.Elliott, who started on the pole, won the first two stages and led 80 of the event’s 90 laps. But as the race came down to the finish, there was a familiar driver in his rearview mirror — Martin Truex Jr., the same driver who pursued him to the finish line a year ago.