Umphrey’s McGee Debuts “Dark Brush” (The Song & The Beer) At Tour Closer In Tampa [Videos]

first_img“Dark Brush” was on the menu in more ways than one when Umphrey’s McGee wrapped up their winter tour with a performance at Whigfest in Tampa, Florida, on Sunday night. The closing track off the band’s new album it’s not us got its live debut during the show’s second set, while a beer of the same name—the Dark Brush Imperial Stout brewed in partnership with 7venth Sun Brewing and Hidden Springs Ale Works—was sold for the first time at the festival.With the exception of those big debuts, last night’s show was a fairly normal one for Umphrey’s McGee. The first set featured a mixture of live favorites like “Rocker Part 2,” “Higgins” and “Nothing Too Fancy” as well as offerings from the band’s two most recent albums. Among those were “No Diablo” and “The Linear” off of 2014’s Similar Skin, and “Half Delayed” and “The Silent Type” from 2017’s it’s not us.“Nothing Too Fancy”The title track from 2007’s The Bottom Half opened the second set before the band delivered the night’s big debut of “Dark Brush”. That surprise was followed by one of the night’s biggest jams—a delicious “In The Kitchen” that acted as the bread to a “Utopian Fir” > “Den” sandwich. “Crucial Taunt”—a tune that returned to regular rotation in 2017—was next up before giving way to the “Nothing Too Fancy” reprise that ended the set. Finally, the band returned for a typically-blissful “Glory” that jammed into Van Halen’s “Panama” to close out the show.Umphrey’s McGee will return to the road in a few weeks when they head to Colorado for a three-night run at the Belly Up Aspen to kick off their March tour.The Band Enjoys A Refreshing Dark Brush Imperial StoutSetlist: Umphrey’s McGee | Whigfest | Tampa, FL | 2/18/18Set I: Rocker Part 2, Higgins, No Diablo, Nothing Too Fancy > Half Delayed, The Linear, The Silent TypeSet II: The Bottom Half, Dark Brush*, In the Kitchen > Utopian Fir > Den > In the Kitchen, Crucial Taunt > Nothing Too FancyEncore: Glory > Panama*live debutlast_img read more

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10 things you need to know about the 2014 Wellington Volleyball team…

first_imgMariah Moore by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Ten things you need to know about the 2014 Wellington High School girls volleyball team… 2. Enter Alison Widen…Alison WidenWellington head volleyball coach Cherity Elder had resigned during the off-season because she had her fourth child and wanted to spend more time at home raising her family.USD 353 then hired Alison Widen, an up and coming high school coach, who guided the Lyndon High School program for two seasons. She played for the Wichita State Shockers for a year and graduated from Concordia High School.She said before the first practice during media day that her philosophy in volleyball is to emphasize team unity and consistency. Sat., Sept. 20Chaparral Invitational9 a.m.Clearwater, C. Springs, B. Plaine, Chaparral, Kingman, Med. Lodge. Tues., Oct. 7Rose Hill Triangular5 p.m.Wichita Collegiate, Rose Hill Cristin Holloway Zoey Maxwell Sat. Oct. 25Sub-State TournamentTBA 6. The full schedule…Wellington has three home dates. Fans can see this team play on Tuesday, Sept. 2. The other two dates will be Sept. 23 and Sept. 30 both Tuesdays.Wellington will have two tournaments for which it could bring home a championship: the Chaparral and South Haven Tournaments. Clearwater Tournament on Oct. 18 will be much more daunting and will offer a preview of regional competition ahead. 7. The RosterAn official team roster has yet to be released but here are the girls currently in the high school system:2014 Wellington Volleyball Roster Sat, Aug. 30Winfield Tournament8 a.m.six teams in round robin tournament Tues., Oct. 14Circle Triangular5 p.m.Andale, Circle Jill Wiley Taylor Altendorf Rylee Vargas Sat., Oct. 18Clearwater Tournament9 a.m.Teams TBA. Shayland French Taylor McGlothlin Morgan Hain Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Tues., Sept. 2Wellington Triangular5 p.m.Winfield, Rose Hill Sat. Oct. 4South Haven Tournament8 a.m.Teams TBA. Betina Flores Fri.-Sat. State TournamentTBA Tatum Haskins Dominique Vargas Mariah Pruitt Jenna Rausch Adaysia Love Abby Goodrum 4. Oh, the numbers…. Look at the team picture and we counted 42 volleyball players. Of those 42, 30 have been playing club volleyball.For a full size version of this picture and individual pictures of the varsity team players click here. Tues., Oct. 21Buhler Triangular5 p.m.Andale, Buhler. Emily Baum Valerie Ast Ashlyn Arebalo 2014 WELLINGTON VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE 9. Wellington will win…If it cuts down on mental mistakes. Widen’s preaching of consistency will be a godsend to a team that in 2013 would get on a significant roll only for it to end on a team miscue or a serving error. Sometimes the team could never quite get that momentum back thereafter. DateLocationTimeOpponents Brecken Lawrence Kirstian Bruns Tues., Sept. 16Clearwater Triangular5 p.m.Clearwater, Mulvane VARSITY:  Erin Goodrum Kennedy Cook McKenna Oathout Ella Parolan 3. So who is back?….Wellington most certainly is not lacking in experience going into the 2014 season. Currently, the six girls who started in some capacity in 2013, have been playing together since they were 12.Abby Goodrum, Erin Goodrum, McKenna Oathout, Siarah Walker, Mariah Moore and Katie Ledbetter have been part of the same cohesive unit not in just Wellington but in club volleyball- the off-season part of the sport.The Wellington volleyball team has been working together for several years and it was apparent at Friday’s public scrimmage. (Photo by Eric Rinehart). Brenna Turner Taylor Stewart Alicia Seyfert Tues., Sept. 30Wellington Triangular5 p.m.Clearwater, Wellington Devin Martens Gracie Fink Kira Hills Keelie Cunningham Tues., Sept. 9McPherson Triangular5 p.m.McPherson, Mulvane Stormie Tidwell 10. Wellington will lose… Wellington has experience, team speed, and a desire to win. But that is an awfully daunting schedule in front of the Crusaders. Most teams will have a considerable size advantage over the Crusaders. A good middle hitter to square off against the bigger front lines of say McPherson or Rose Hill could be a problem all year for the Dukes.Follow us on Twitter. 1. Where we last left off…Wellington’s season ended in 2013 with a 14-21 record and a first round sub-state loss to Mulvane 25-22, 15-25, 25-14. That most certainly on paper was nothing to remember in the history books. However, there were some very good signs in the making in October.The 14 victories were the first time Wellington reached double-digit wins in years. In previous years, Wellington feasted on smaller schools to pick up wins. In 2013, Class 4A victories started to become a reality.Four of the six regular starters in 2014 were sophomores. Eight of the 12 girls were underclassmen. Katie Ledbetter 5. When do things start up?…Saturday – as in tomorrow if you are reading this article today or today if you are reading this article tomorrow. Wellington will be participating in the six-team “Early Bird Invitational” Winfield Tournament. It will open with Wichita Trinity at 8 a.m. and is assured five other matches throughout the day. The tournament also includes Conway Springs, El Dorado, Arkansas City and Buhler.Trinity is a ranked in Class 4A and Arkansas City is always tough. Some would like to see Wellington get out of that tournament going 4-2. Callie Bannister Tayland French 8. The competition…Like the football team, the volleyball will be seeing fierce competition. Both Rose Hill and McPherson are in the Class 4A Div. 1 top 10 poll and are both on Wellington’s schedule. In Class 4A Div. II, Andale is ranked No. 2 and Clearwater is ranked No. 7.The full preseason Kansas Volleyball Association poll for both classifications are as follows:Class 4A – Division 11. Bishop Miege2. Louisburg3. Topeka-Hayden4. Rose Hill5. Baldwin6. McPherson7. Wamego8. Abilene9. Andover Central10. UlyssesClass 4A – Division 21. Clay Center2. Andale3. Holton4. Jefferson West5. Frontenac6. Goodland7. Clearwater8. Wichita Trinity9. Colby10. Santa Fe Trail. Liberty Palmer Tues., Sept. 23Wellington Triangular5 p.m.Circle, Wich. Collegiate Siarah Walkerlast_img read more

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