Load remaining images Bloomington, Indiana’s own The Main Squeeze came to Boulder, Colorado to celebrate the release of their new album Without A Sound. The band came strapped with new tricks, ultimately throwing down one of the most energetically lifting shows of 2017 at the Fox Theatre to date.The Fox was packed shoulder-to-shoulder on this snowy Friday night to seek out the hype about what is undoubtedly one of the most talked-about, up-and-coming bands in the scene right now. Right out of the starting gates, the band played “One,” “Sweat,” and “405” off the just-released Without A Sound, and the one-two-punch got the nearly packed-to-capacity crowd attentively on their feet.Read More About Without A Sound In This Exclusive Interview With Guitarist Max NewmanAfter giving us a sweet taste of their newest material, the band hopped into Main Squeeze classics “Ebaneezer,” “I’ll Take Another,” “WWC,” and “Dr. Funk,” then brilliantly decided to close the set with two more new tunes, “Get At Me” and “Only Time.” Lead singer Corey Frye’s vocals and lyrics provided such a soulful and powerful structure to work with, while guitarist Max Newman took full advantage of this strength by absolutely annihilating his guitar solos.Along with keyboardist Ben “Smiley” Silverstein, bassist Rob Walker, and the man on the skins Reuben Gingrich, the Main Squeeze walked back out onto the stage for an unexpected and extended encore.Before returning to the music, the band made sure to thank all of their Madison House management (based in Boulder), old friends, new friends, family, recording extraordinaire, crew, and “every single person who has came out and shown this band from a small town in Indiana more love than we could ever imagine.” Corey Frye was speechless to the crowd’s overwhelming response, and took a minute to soak it in, with his jaw dropped to the mic-stand. The band’s heavy-hitters “Love Yourself Somebody” and “Return of the Mack” were executed perfectly to end a night that will go down in Main Squeeze history.Check out the full gallery below.Setlist: Main Squeeze | Fox Theatre Album Release Party | Boulder, CO | 4/28/2017Set: One>Sweat, 405>Spirits>Angelus> Ebaneezer, Miss That Feelin, In a Funk, Rule the World, I’ll Take Another, WWC, Dr. Funk>Get At Me, Only TimeE:: Love Yourself Somebody>Return of the Mack
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Zorn’s, Long Island’s most famous hometown chicken and turkey restaurant, is rebuilding its original roost in Bethpage, where its first location opened 78 years ago.The take-out and catering business is breaking ground later this year on a new 8,000-square-foot building on the western side of its current location at 4321 Hempstead Tpke., the company said. It is borrowing several million to fund the transformation. The new location will include a small dining area, an addition Zorn’s attributed to popular demand.“We will continue to serve up our well-loved traditional recipes,” said Merrill S. Zorn, the company’s CEO. “Everything you have come to know and love about Zorn’s—our quality, freshness and friends staff—will not change”Merrill’s grandfather, Peter Zorn, founded the business in 1940. The current Zorn’s of Bethpage building will remain open throughout the construction of the new structure. Once the new building opens early next year, all employees will be shifting there.“Our Zorn’s of Bethpage family looks forward to continuing to serve your family as we embark on this exciting new chapter in our history,” said Merrill Zorn.
MANDAN, N.D. – As the name of the race would imply, the winner of the largest paying IMCA-sanctioned Modified event in North Dakota racing history will go home with a legendary paycheck.The Friday, July 15 Legendary 50 at Dacotah Speedway follows the Kupper Chevrolet Dakota Classic Tour for Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modifieds and pays $10,001 to win.All IMCA rules and procedures will be in effect for the 50-lapper, a Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifying event. A mandatory mid-race pit stop will allow race fans to see their favorite driver and crew up close and personal as they work on their cars right in front of Dacotah Speedway’s huge grandstand.The five minute pit stop, with cars lined up in running order, will allow crews to do anything to their cars except change tires.A provisional auction will be held following the final “B” feature for the 25th and final starting spot on the main event grid.Drivers competing in the Dakota Tour at Mandan on Thursday can leave their rigs in the pit area and there will be overnight security.Pit passes will be sold beginning at 5 p.m. on Friday. The grandstand opens and hot laps start at 6 p.m. and racing starts at 7 p.m.Pit passes are $25. Grandstand admission is $17 for ages 13 and up and free for 12 and under. Advance discount tickets are $16 and available at select Cenex locations in Mandan, Bismarck and Lincoln.More information about the Legendary, sponsored by Corrals Sales RV Superstore, is available from Dakota Classic Tour Director John Gartner at 701 202-6075.The Legendary will be broadcast by IMCA.TV.com.