Pink Talking Fish & The Heavy Pets Storm Into Florida For Three Nights [Video/Audio]

March 2, 2021 0 Comments

first_imgPink Talking Fish, along with fellow jammers The Heavy Pets completed their run through Florida this past weekend, after making stops at Plaza Live in Orlando on Thursday, Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale on Friday night, and the State Theater in St. Petesburg on Saturday night. Weaving classic Pink Floyd, Talking Heads and Phish, PTF secured their spot as one of the more entertaining cover bands currently on tour – playing no repeats on their entire three-night run.The band had a lineup change for the weekend, as Keith Llama from Seven Below joined in on drums while Zack Burwick was celebrating his birthday. The remaining PTF members, including Eric Gould (bass), Richard James (keys), Dave Brunyak (guitar), rocked the show in style. Check out PTF’s setlists from each night, as well as full audio from night one and full video/audio from both bands on night two.Setlist: Pink Talking Fish at Plaza Live, Orlando, FL – 5/19/16Set: Moma Dance > Breathe > Slippery People > Sand > Slippery People. Have A Cigar > Cities, You Enjoy Myself > Fearless* > You Enjoy Myself > Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together In A Cave And Grooving With A Pict > Take Me To The River > Mike’s Song > Another Brick In The Wall > Life During Wartime > Another Brick In The Wall > Weekapaug Groove > EclipseE: This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody), Rock And Roll***w/ Prince Caspian tease**w/ Jeff Lloyd, Jim Wuest, Jamie Newitt & Tony D’Amato of The Heavy Pets.Thanks to Volkemon for audio of this show.Setlist: Pink Talking Fish at Revolution Live, Fort Lauderdale, FL – 5/20/16Set: Punch You in The Eye > Psycho Killer > Money > Free > Young Lust > Free > Burning Down The House, Divided Sky > One Of These Days > Kung > One Of These Days > Divided Sky, Pull Up The Roots > Dogs > 2001 > Moon Rocks > 2001 > Dogs > Once In A Lifetime, David BowieE: Crosseyed and Painless > Your Pet Cat > Crosseyed And Painless**w/ Jeff Lloyd, Jim Wuest, Jamie Newitt, Tony D’Amato of The Heavy Pets & Alex Chafin.Thanks to CHeeSeHeaDPRoDuCTioNS for full set video and audio from this show.Full Set – Pink Talking Fish“Kavorka” – The Heavy PetsFull Set Audios Setlist: Pink Talking Fish at The State Theatre, St. Petersburg, FL – 5/21/16Set: In The Flesh > Down With Disease > Nothing But Flowers > Down With Disease, Time > Carini > Swamp > Pigs (3 Different Ones) > Halley’s Comet > Girlfriend Is Better, Any Colour You Like > Tweezer > Making Flippy Floppy* > Big Black Furry Creature From Mars > Comfortably Numb > BBFCFM, What A Day That Was, The Squirming Coil > Benny And The Jets** > The Squirming CoilE: Run Like Hell*** > Tweezer Reprise*** > Run Like Hell****w/ Rift tease**solo piano***w/ Mike Garulli, Jim Wuest, Jamie Newitt & Tony D’Amato of the Heavy Pets.last_img read more

Motorcyclist, 27, Killed in Huntington Station Crash

December 18, 2020 0 Comments

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 27-year-old motorcyclist was killed Friday in a two-car crash in his hometown of Huntington Station, Suffolk County police said. The tragic crash occurred at approximately 5:30 p.m. on Walt Whitman Road, police said. The motorcyclist, Brett Rainey, was riding a 2000 Yamaha northbound when he struck a 2002 Chrysler Town and Country minivan traveling southbound. The motorcycle and minivan collided as the 18-year-old driver of the Chrysler attempted to turn left into a parking lot, police said. Rainey was transported to Huntington Hospital, where he was pronounced dead, police said. The driver of the minivan and his three male passengers were not injured in the crash, police said. The driver remained at the scene following the collision, police said. Both vehicles were impounded for safety checks, police said. The investigation is continuing.last_img read more

ICC World Twenty20: Aam Aadmi Party joins protest against India-Pakistan Dharamsala clash

November 26, 2019 0 Comments

first_imgAfter Virbhadra Singh’s Congress government, the Aam Aadmi Party’s Himachal Pradesh unit has joined the protest against hosting Pakistan in the World Twenty20 clash in Dharamsala. The state convenor of AAP Dr Rajan Sushant said his party believed that India should play cricket with friendly nations and not with those who were supporting terrorism. (World T20: Group threatens to ‘dig up pitch’ if Pakistan plays at Dharamsala)  “Our party’s stand is very clear. India should play cricket with only friendly nations and not those who were supporting terrorism or sending trained militants to attack India and claim lives of jawans guarding the borders. Has Prime Minister Narendra Modi forgotten his own words to claim 10 heads for one soldier killed by the Pakistanis?” Sushant was quoted as saying by The Indian Express.  He also said the party was opposed to hosting Pakistan elsewhere in the country and said the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) was trying to rub salt into the wounds of martyrs. (World T20: Pakistan cricket team’s arrival delayed until security clearance) “It’s BCCI which is trying to make it a tamasha by inviting the Pakistan team on the soil, which has nearly two lakh servicemen and over a lakh serving soldiers. There should not be match with Pakistan in any of the Indian states,” he said.  Amid controversies, the Pakistan has threatened to pull out of World T20 stating security concerns and the team’s arrival in India has been delayed.  A team from Pakistan is likely to assess the security situations in Dharamsala on Monday before taking a final call on their team’s participation.  Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had asked an interior minister to ensure fool-proof security for the team in coordination with the Pakistani High Commissioner in Delhi.  Earlier, BCCI general secretary Anurag Thakur asked the Himachal Pradesh government to reconsider its stand on the issue. He said Pakistan cricket team should be provided security cover in Dharamsala as India’s image was at stake.  advertisementThe World T20 match between India and Pakistan is scheduled to held on March 19.last_img read more