Five-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson continues Daytona 500 title tour in Texas READ: Phoenix by the numbers “It is amazing the impact this single event has across our nation and in the world. It’s a big, big deal.”—Daytona 500 Champion Jimmie Johnson READ: Phoenix paint scheme preview “I know what time zone I’m in; I was a little confused on days,” Johnson said with a laugh. “I thought we were on Tuesday but it is clearly Wednesday. Not much sleep, some of that self-inflicted. It’s been a very fun ride.”The ride, however, has a much different feel than when he won his first Daytona 500 title in 2006. “When I won my first Daytona 500, I had not won a championship,” Johnson said. “It was amazing and a lot went on, but I don’t think the popularity was there like today. This is like winning a championship. I’m just as busy and there is just as much reach for myself, my sponsor, my team, as it did winning a championship. It is amazing the impact this single event has across our nation and in the world. It’s a big, big deal. “I’m really savoring the moment more and just enjoying it. I feel like I’m more mature today as a driver and somebody within the sport. I can appreciate this moment much more than in ’06. I did all I could at the time, but seven years later a lot has changed. I’m very appreciative of what goes with it.” Johnson’s attention this week has been away from race preparations unlike his traditional schedule. Johnson, scheduled to compete in both the Nationwide and Sprint Cup Series races this weekend at Phoenix, understands the challenges that will come with this weekend’s races. “It hasn’t been at my mind at all,” Johnson said. “We’ve been so occupied and busy. Tuesdays is normally the day I download with my team and talk about what happened at the races and then we move forward and prepare for the upcoming event. Then we go through that same thing with our teammates, their crew chiefs and the race engineers. I missed all of that yesterday so I feel a little removed and not really in the space to go racing in Phoenix. It’s for a good reason. Chad (Knaus, Johnson’s crew chief) is going to cut me some slack this week and I’m going to have to catch up on Friday when I get to the track.”One of the highlights of his Q&A session with the fans was a story that involved one of those Hendrick Motorsports teammates as well as TMZ that chases down celebrity news.”I was in New York yesterday, and I get out of a car for an interview,” Johnson tells the audience. “TMZ is standing there with a camera and the man asks the question that is the most annoying one I hear all the time which is, ‘What do you have to do if you have to go to the bathroom?’ “So evidently I was on TMZ last night because just before I walked out this morning my phone was blowing up and (Dale Earnhardt) Junior texted me and said, ‘You’ve never peed in your car before?’ No, I haven’t. Where did you see this? How did you know this? ‘Well, I watched TMZ.’” Johnson understands the momentum a victory in NASCAR’s most prestigious race can provide a driver. His first Daytona 500 victory came in 2006, which coincidentally was the same season he earned the first of his five NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championships. In 2006, he followed up his Daytona 500 victory with three wins in the first nine races, along with seven top-10 finishes during that span. His victory in Sunday’s Daytona 500 has provided his Hendrick Motorsports team confidence moving forward. It is in stark contrast to last season when Johnson got caught up in an accident and finished 42nd in the 43-car field of the Daytona 500.”We feel like we’re going to start the season at the top of the class and we’re excited about that,” Johnson said. “Plate racing is so different than what it takes to win the championship. You’ve got to make the Chase and that is all on downforce tracks. You get into the Chase and you’ve got one plate-race track versus nine other downforce tracks. You can turn it in some directions. I have seen some teams and drivers win the (Daytona) 500 and you see four or five months later they haven’t had such a great year. There’s some type of hangover from the (Daytona) 500. Or it can be a springboard.”Winning the Daytona 500 has not translated into success at Texas Motor Speedway in the same season. In the 16-year history of Texas Motor Speedway, no Daytona 500 winner has gone on to visit Victory Lane at “The Great American Speedway!” in the same season.While Johnson remains winless in April’s Texas 500, he is no stranger to Victory Lane at Texas Motor Speedway. Johnson has two victories during the speedway’s November Sprint Cup Series event, winning the AAA Texas 500 in 2007 and again last year. He remains one of the most consistent NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers at Texas Motor Speedway as he ranks second for career top-five finishes (9), top-10 finishes (14) and finishing average (9.26). READ MORE: WATCH: Phoenix fantasy showdown Newly crowned Daytona 500 champion Jimmie Johnson has gotten little sleep since winning Sunday’s season-opening NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, but the blurry-eyed, five-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion showed why he remains one of the sport’s top ambassadors during Wednesday’s “Trip Down Victory Lane” luncheon at the House of Blues in Dallas.Johnson, in the midst of a five-city Daytona 500 champion’s tour, arrived to a throng of all the prominent Dallas/Fort Worth media outlets for an interview session and then visited with and posed for photographs with 100 fans that had VIP Experience packages before settling on stage for the formal portion of the program to celebrate his second Daytona 500 title. He was joined on stage by event emcee/host Krista Voda, part of FOX Sports’ esteemed NASCAR pit reporters, for a 45-minute Q&A session to the delight of the audience of more than 200 guests.Johnson arrived from two days of media appearances in Bristol, Conn. for ESPN and New York City for various national shows such as “Late Show with David Letterman” and “Good Morning America” before touching down in Dallas/Fort Worth for a 3½-hour visit with local media and fans. He was then whisked away to the airport as the tour continues with stops in Los Angeles and Las Vegas before arriving in Phoenix for this weekend’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race.All in a day’s work for the reigning Daytona 500 champion. READ: Subway Fresh Fit 500 entry list ___________________________________________________________________________________________We apologize. We are having technical issues with our comment sections and fan community and it is temporarily unavailable. 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NASCAR names Innovation & Racing Development VP
READ MORE: “It has been a stated goal to raise the level of science and technology utilized throughout NASCAR to an entirely new level, and I’m confident that we have found the right leader in Gene to build on our very strong foundation. NASCAR’s aim is to be a recognized leader when it comes to putting the best, most engaging product forward and this is another strong step in that direction.”—NASCAR Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Brian France READ: Electronicfuel injection READ: Fantasy Preview: Richmond READ: Kenseth penalized post-win In this role, Stefanyshyn will lead and shape NASCAR’s future approach to Competition by utilizing and developing innovations that advance the racing product and fan experience. Additionally, he will work in close collaboration with other NASCAR departments and industry stakeholders to develop a leading edge culture for NASCAR surrounding engineering and technology.Stefanyshyn, a native of Ontario, Canada, will join NASCAR on May 13, 2013. His hiring concludes a thorough four-month search that was led by Courland International. He will report directly to NASCAR President Mike Helton and will work closely with Senior Vice President of Racing Operations Steve O’Donnell and Vice President of Competition Robin Pemberton.Stefanyshyn has been a leader at General Motors working in various capacities for more than 30 years, most recently serving as the company’s Executive Director, Global Product Development Quality, where he managed upwards of 250 employees across four global regions. Through his three-decade tenure at GM, Stefanyshyn has held increasingly senior roles spanning all facets of vehicle design and development, global project management, engineering strategy, finance, manufacturing and quality control. During his career he has lived in Detroit, Michigan, Canada, Australia, Sweden and Germany, and has played key roles on projects for GM in several other global regions including China.Overall, Stefanyshyn led teams that put 14 cars and 20 body styles on the road. Several accomplishments under his oversight include the development and launch of the fifth-generation Chevrolet Camaro in 2010, the introduction of remote start technology in new vehicles beginning with the Chevrolet Malibu, and bringing acclaimed safety standards and innovation developed by Saab to other product lines. He has built extensive experience in operational management, cross-continent collaboration, managing investment in innovation and technology as well as cost containment in design and production.“We are very pleased to have a globally proven leader the caliber of Gene Stefanyshyn join our management team and take the reins of innovation and racing development at NASCAR,” said NASCAR Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Brian France. “It has been a stated goal to raise the level of science and technology utilized throughout NASCAR to an entirely new level, and I’m confident that we have found the right leader in Gene to build on our very strong foundation. NASCAR’s aim is to be a recognized leader when it comes to putting the best, most engaging product forward and this is another strong step in that direction.”NASCAR recently has rolled out successful product innovations including the new Generation 6 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race car, the Air Titan track drying system, numerous driver safety innovations and seamless transitions to electronic fuel injection and Sunoco E15 racing fuel. Stefanyshyn will assume leadership of the teams that drove those initiatives and build on them in the areas of racing performance, innovation and event experience, as well as safety engineering.“I have a strong passion for cars and respect the proud history of this great sport, so I’m thrilled at the opportunity of helping shape the future of NASCAR racing,” said Stefanyshyn. “I look forward to working with the team at NASCAR, each of the OEM partners, the race teams and drivers to raise performance levels across the board and to drive the sport to an even stronger leadership position in the future.”Stefanyshyn (rhymes with “definition”) holds a B.S., Mechanical Engineering from Kettering University in Flint, Michigan, and an MBA from the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario, Canada. He and his wife, Angela, are the parents of two children, Ivanna (21) and Mark (17).Positions Held at GM:· 2011-2012 – Executive Director, Global Product Development Quality (Detroit)· 2010-2011 – Executive Director, Global Program Management (Detroit)· 2006-2010 – Global Vehicle Line Executive, Global RWD Vehicles (Holden / Australia)· 2005-2006 – Global Vehicle Line Executive, Global RWD Vehicles (Detroit)· 1996-2005 – Vehicle Line Executive, Midsized Vehicles (Detroit)· 1993-1996 – Director, GMIO Engineering Strategy and Integration (Germany)· 1990-1993 – CFO, SAAB Technical Center (Sweden)· 1988-1990 – Finance Manager, Product Programs (Detroit)· 1986-1988 – Manager, Business Planning and Competitive Analysis (Canada)· 1985-1986 – General Supervisor (Canada)· 1984-1985 – Financial Analyst (Canada)· 1981-1984 – Financial Analyst (Canada) Veteran automotive executive Stefanyshyn brings global experience in engineering strategy, product development and finance READ: Hamlin won’t race Richmond ___________________________________________________________________________________________Comments are currently unavailable. We’re working on the development of a NASCAR fan forum – please stay tuned. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (April 23, 2013) – NASCAR announced today that Eugene (Gene) Stefanyshyn has been named Vice President, Innovation and Racing Development to drive continual improvements in racing performance. He will be based at NASCAR’s Research and Development Center in Concord, N.C.
‘Weird Al’ Yankovic Announces 75+ Dates For ‘Mandatory’ Summer Tour
In 2014, Weird Al Yankovic delighted fans with a new album titled Mandatory Fun. Complete with parodies of Pharrell Williams, Lorde and more, the master himself proved his relevance and wit on the release. Now, Yankovic has done it again, proving himself ever-ready for the modern music industry with an incredibly extensive tour schedule.‘Weird Al’ Yankovic To Be Immortalized In Action Figure FormKicking off on June 3rd in St. Petersburg, FL, the tour runs consistently through September 24th, closing out with a performance at the Radio City Music Hall in New York, NY. For a total of 78 performances over four months, both US and Canada will bask in the opportunity to catch Yankovic’s incredibly entertaining performances. If you haven’t seen him, get ready for a ton of costume changes, laughs, dancing, and songs both new and old!Check out the full tour schedule below, and head to Weird Al’s website for details. Pre-sale tickets are released this Wednesday, February 24th, at 10 AM local time, so don’t miss out!“Weird Al” Yankovic “Mandatory” 2016 Tour DatesJun 3: Mahaffey Theater – St. Petersburg, FL Jun 4: Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, Dreyfoos Hall -West Palm Beach, FL Jun 5: Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall – Fort Myers, FL Jun7: Saenger Theatre – Mobile, AL Jun9: Youkey Theatre – Lakeland, FL Jun10: Adrienne Arsht Center – Miami, FL Jun11: St. Augustine Amphitheatre – St. Augustine, FL Jun12: BJCC – Birmingham, AL Jun15: Iroquois Amphitheater – Louisville, KY Jun16: Grand Ole Opry – Nashville, TN Jun17: Von Braun Center – Mark C. Smith Concert Hall – Huntsville, AL Jun18: White Oak Amphitheatre – Greensboro, NC Jun19: Fox Theatre – Atlanta, GA Jun21: Portsmouth Pavilion – Portsmouth, VA Jun22: Hippodrome Theatre – Baltimore, MD Jun24: Akron Civic Theatre – Akron, OH Jun25: Veterans Memorial Park – Bay City, MI Jun26: Foellinger Theatre – Ft Wayne, IN Jun28: Victory Theatre – Evansville, IN Jul1: Toledo Zoo Amphitheater – Toledo, OH Jul2: RiverEdge Park – Aurora, IL Jul3: Star Plaza Theatre – Merrillville, IN Jul6: Palace Theatre – Columbus, OH Jul7: The Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park – Indianapolis, IN Jul8: PNC Pavilion – Cincinnati, OH Jul9: Tivoli Theatre – Chattanooga, TN Jul10: BankPlus Amphitheater at Snowden Grove – Southaven, MS Jul12: Bass Concert Hall – Austin, TX Jul14: Brown Theater at Wortham Center – Houston, TX Jul15: Hard Rock Live – Hard Rock Hotel and Casino – Biloxi, MS Jul16: Winspear Opera House – Dallas, TX Jul17: Enid Event Center – Enid, OK Jul19: Plaza Theatre – El Paso, TX Jul21: CalCoast Credit Union Open Air Theatre – San Diego, CA Jul22: Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles, CA Jul23: Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles, CA Jul24: City National Civic – San Jose, CA Jul26: Woodland Park Zoo – Seattle, WA Jul27: Woodland Park Zoo – Seattle, WA Jul28: Edgefield – Troutdale, OR Jul29: Cuthbert Amphitheater – Eugene, OR Jul30: Sonoma State University – Green Music Center – Rohnert Park, CA Aug2: Arlington Theatre – Santa Barbara, CA Aug3: Comerica Theatre – Phoenix, AZ Aug5: Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre – Salt Lake City, UT Aug7: Starlight Theatre – Kansas City, MO Aug9: McGrath Amphitheater – Cedar Rapids, IA Aug10: Pinewood Bowl Theater – Lincoln, NE Aug13: Buffalo Chip Campground – Sturgis, SD Aug14: Conexus Arts Centre – Regina, SK, Canada Aug15: Burton Cummings Theatre – Winnipeg, MB, Canada Aug18: Thunder Bay Community Auditorium – Thunder Bay, ON, Canada Aug19: State Theatre – Minneapolis, MN Aug20: Fox Cities Performing Arts Center – Appleton, WI Aug21: Overture Hall – Madison, WI Aug23: Coronado Performing Arts Center – Rockford, IL Aug24: The Carson Center – Paducah, KY Aug26: DeVos Performance Hall – Grand Rapids, MI Aug27: Freedom Hill Amphitheatre – Sterling Heights, MI Aug28: Rose Music Center at The Heights – Huber Heights, OH Aug30: The Playhouse Theatre – Wilmington, DE Sep1: Boarding House Park – Lowell, MA Sep2: Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion – Gilford, NH Sep3: Constellation Brands–Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center – Canandaigua, NY Sep4: The Budweiser Summer Stage at Tag’s – Big Flats, NY Sep7: Koger Center for the Arts – Columbia, SC Sep8: Cape Fear Community College – Wilmington, NC Sep9: Durham Performing Arts Center – Durham, NC Sep10: Thomas Wolfe Auditorium – Asheville, NC Sep11: Filene Center at Wolf Trap – Vienna, VA Sep13: Hershey Theatre – Hershey, PA Sep14: Providence Performing Arts Center – Providence, RI Sep16: Benedum Center – Pittsburgh, PA Sep17: Proctor’s Theatre – Schenectady, NY Sep18: Palace Theatre – Waterbury, CT Sep22: Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences – Charleston, WV Sep23: Circus Maximus at Caesars Atlantic City – Atlantic City, NJ Sep24: Radio City Music Hall – New York, NY
Listen To String Cheese’s Cover-Heavy Tour Opener In Reno [Full Audio]
Last night, The String Cheese Incident opened their “March Madness” tour. You can read the full recap of the performance here, which discusses some of the break-out covers that SCI played at their performance in Reno, NV. Those songs included Allman Brothers’ “Hot ‘Lanta,” Stevie Wonder’s “Master Blaster,” and a debut of Jim Croce’s “Age,” and the traditional “Sittin On Top Of The World” to close things out. What a show already, and that doesn’t even consider all of the great original songs they performed throughout the night.Thanks to taper Ron Harpin, we can share full audio from the performance. Oh yeah! Enjoy it below:Setlist: The String Cheese Incident at Summit Pavilion, Grand Sierra Resort, Reno, NV – 3/10/16Set 1: Close Your Eyes, Best Feeling, Mouna Bowa, Age, Sometimes A River, Pack It Up > Colorado Bluebird SkySet 2: You’ve Got The World, Joyful Sound, Restless Wind, Turn This Around, Hot ‘Lanta, Desert Dawn, On the RoadEncore: Master Blaster, Sittin’ On Top of the World
moe. Extends Summer Tour With Two-Night Run In Upstate NY
Jammers moe. continue to announce performance runs for their show calendar. With the previous announcement detailing a three-night stand in Portland, ME, the band has tacked on two more dates in Utica, NY for the end of July.From July 29-30, the jam group will perform at the Saranac Brewery, with special guest support from Ryan Montbleau on night one and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong for night two. moe. recently teamed with Pigeons in Baltimore, and their reunion in Utica should be a jam-filled celebration. Pre-sale tickets are available now, and the general on-sale begins next week, on April 5th.moe. also kicks off a West Coast tour next week, starting in San Diego on April 7th. You can find out more info about the band here, and check out the show artwork below:
Jefferson Airplane, Earth Wind & Fire To Perform At Televised Grammy Achievement Event
This Saturday, April 23rd at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, CA, an all-star cast of musicians are set to perform at the Grammy Salute to Music Legends event, which honors the Special Merit Award winners in the 2016 Grammy’s. Among those Special Merit categories is the Lifetime Achievement Award, which was given to Jefferson Airplane, Herbie Hancock, Run DMC, Earth, Wind & Fire, Ruth Brown and Celia Cruz.The ceremony will feature performances from the surviving members of Airplane, including Jack Casady, Marty Balin, and Jorma Kaukonen. Singer Grace Slick will be in attendance, but will not be performing. Longtime Jefferson Starship singer Cathy Richardson will handle Slick’s vocal parts.Additional performances from Earth Wind & Fire, JD Souther, Ry Cooder, Henry Gray, Magnolia Sisters and Martina McBride round out what is sure to be a great event. PBS will be on hand to film the ceremony, and will be airing it at a later date that has not yet been announced.The “Salute To Music Legends” had been held in conjunction with the Grammy award ceremony for many years, and 2016 marks the debut of it as a standalone event. For more information, head here.
Gypsy Sally’s Bringing Funky Fresh Fridays To DC Throughout June
June is a prime month for live music, with summer just kicking into gear and spirits running high! Over at Gypsy Sally’s in Washington, DC, they’ll be cooking up all sorts of funky tunes throughout the month to get your summer going properly.This Friday, June 3rd, New Orleans prog-funk outfit Earphunk will get things going with their unique brand of high-energy improv, paying tribute to electronic pioneers Daft Punk with “Earphunk Is Daft Phunk”. “Our aim with the Daft Phunk show is to re-create Daft Punk songs organically with a live band, and put our own twist on it,” says guitarist Paul Provosty. “No sequencers, no loops, 100% live instrumentation.” Check out a clip of the phunk from the House of Blues in New Orleans below, and get tickets here.Next up, in keeping with the New Orleans vibe, up-and-coming funk favorites Naughty Professor will make their DC appearance on Friday, June 10th with a show for the books. The young NOLA band has been making waves all over the country, playing high energy shows with Galactic, The Revivalists, and beyond. Their jazz-influenced brand of funk will take you on a journey with loose improvisation and soulful licks. Check out a taste below, and get tickets here.Finally, one of the freshest Brooklyn-based funk acts in the game, Pimps of Joytime, will help bring the stacked month of music to a close on Friday, June 24th. The Pimps are masters of cooking up their own blend of funk/soul tunes sprinkled with pop, electro, and world influences. One live Pimps experience and you’ll be hooked. Watch a clip from High Sierra, and get tickets here.
G-Nome Project To Headline Chicago’s Tonic Room In February
Over the last several years, G-Nome has been making a name for themselves in the U.S., with a major summer tour all across the country this past year, including festival appearances at Camp Bisco and the Catskill Chill. Don’t sleep on this opportunity to catch a one-of-a-kind jam group rocking out in the USA!Tickets and more information about this show can be found here.Show Info:Bands: G-Nome ProjectVenue: Tonic Room – 2447 N. Halsted Street – Chicago, IL 60614Date: Saturday – February 18th, 2017Time: Doors 11pm / Show 12am ***Tickets: $15adv / $20dos (Purchase HERE)This show is part of the annual Dunn Dunn Winter Music Festival.Enter to Win Tickets: Israeli livetronica act G-Nome Project has just announced their return to Chicago this coming February 18th. The group will play the Tonic Room, as part of the venue’s annual Dunn Dunn Fest 2017, which celebrates 3 nights of music at 6 local venues. This will be the group’s first time back to Chicago since an incredible performance at Subterranean back in September.G-Nome Project is comprised of keyboardist Eyal Salomon, guitarist Shlomo Langer, bassist Zechariah Reich, and drummer Chemy Soibelman. The Jerusalem-based act have taken their local scene by storm, selling out venues in their hometown, all the way to Tel Aviv with their brand of electro-funk.To get an idea of their sound, check out this video from their recent performance at American Beauty in NYC.
Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Roll Out Initial Fall Tour Dates
The funk (and fun) does not stop with Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, as they’ve just released initial dates for a Fall tour. The high-energy psychedelic funk act will perform in every corner of the country in support of their upcoming studio album Pizazz. Joining the band for a great portion of this tour are Flamingosis, along with two shows with Formula 5.Pigeons Playing Ping Pong will begin their tour on August 31 in Syracuse, NY following a busy summer of high profile festivals and a debut performance at Red Rocks Amphitheater on August 13 alongside moe. and Twiddle. The animated quartet plans for a dense October, playing gigs in Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, California and Arizona. The month culminates with a special Halloween run, including three nights in Texas and Halloween night in Atlanta.Although PPPP’s announced dates end at November 2 in Nashville, lead singer Greg Ormont promises, “This is only the first wave of dates. We’re so proud of Pizazz that we want to bring it to everyone this Fall. We’re ready to get the funk down!”Alongside this tour announcement, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong is introducing “Flock Club Ticketing” to fans who wish to secure tickets before they go on sale to the general public. The band will send a free digital download of their new live album The Great Outdoors Jam plus bonus material as a “thank you” to anyone who purchases pre-sale tickets through “Flock Club Ticketing” on Pizazz Tour.Flock Club Ticketing for Pizazz Tour begins on Wed Jun 7th at 10AM here and general ticketing begins on Friday June 9 at 10AM here.Pigeons Playing Ping Pong 2017 Fall Tour Dates:8/31/2017 Syracuse, NY @ Westcott Theater*9/01/2017 Buffalo, NY @ Iron Works*9/21-23/2017 Thornville, OH @ Resonance Music Festival10/10/2017 Bozeman, MT @ Eagles Ballroom $10/11/2017 Missoula, MT @ Top Hat $10/12/2017 Sandpoint, ID @ The Hive $10/13/2017 Seattle, WA @ Nectar Lounge $10/14/2017 Portland, OR @ Star Theater $10/15/2017 Bend, OR @ Volcanic Pub $10/19/2017 San Francisco, CA @ Independent $10/20/2017 Santa Cruz, CA @ Catalyst Atrium $10/21/2017 Los Angeles, CA @ Troubadour $10/22/2017 San Diego, CA @ Casbah $10/24/2017 Phoenix, AZ @ Last Exit Live $10/26/2017 Dallas, TX @ Club Dada $10/27/2017 Austin, TX @ Mohawk $10/28/2017 Houston, TX @ White Oak Upstairs $10/31/2017 Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West $11/01/2017 Chattanooga, TN @ Revelry Room $11/02/2017 Nashville, TN @ Exit/In $* w/ Formula 5$ w/ Flamingosis[cover photo by Phierce Photo]