Aqueous Shares Full-Show, Pro-Shot Video From Stanley Hotel Performance [Watch]

first_imgAqueous has shared the pro-shot, full-show video from their recent performance at Estes Park, Colorado’s Stanley Hotel back on February 16th. The performance that evening was the second of five Colorado shows (and seventh show overall) as part of the rock quartet’s ongoing winter tour alongside BIG Something.Related: Aqueous’s Mike Gantzer Recaps 2018 Highlights, Prepares For All-Improv SetThe night’s performance began with the band grooving into “Weight of the Word”, an original tune off their 2018 Color Wheel LP. The opening song of the night heard Dave Loss hammering away on his keyboard while Mike Gantzer eased into the tune on guitar before starting into the vocals. The set continued with a funk-filled “Origami” followed by “The Median”, showcasing some excellent guitar work from both Loss and Gantzer on the latter. The band then went into “Random Company”, a hard-hitting but spacey tune from their 2016 Best In Show EP, which continued right into a cover of Gorillaz‘ “Clint Eastwood” with Loss on vocals. To add to the band’s rendition of the Gorillaz hit, the Aqueous fellas welcomed BIG Something’s Nick MacDaniels to the stage to perform the song’s rap verse in fine fashion before returning to “Random Company”.The show continued with a high-energy performance of “Aldehyde” before closing out with “Half In, Half Out”. Fans can watch the video below to relive that night’s entire performance in full.Aqueous – Stanley Hotel – 2/16/2019[Video: Aqueous]Aqueous continues their run of winter shows with the next performance scheduled for Friday, March 15th, at Anthology in Rochester, NY. The performance will see the band playing three full sets, including one comprised of complete group improvisation for the first time ever. Fans can head to the tour page on Aqueous’ website for tickets and info to upcoming shows.Setlist: Aqueous | Stanley Hotel | Estes Park, CO | 2/16/2019Set: Weight of the Word, Origami, The Median, Random Company > Clint Eastwood* (Gorillaz cover) > Random Company, Aldehyde, Half In, Half Out^* w/ Nick MacDaniels of Big Something on vocals^ “Enter Sandman” (Metallica) teaselast_img read more

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Revealed! Arsenal’s Invincibles always fighting in training

first_imgArsenal’s Invincibles were always fighting in training, according to former Gunners defender Lauren. Promoted ContentWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Meet The World’s Most Striking Animals HereWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?Fantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Reasons Why You Might Want To Become A Vegetarian7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More10 Awesome 2019 Movies You Probably Missed7 Mysterious Discoveries Archaeologists Still Can’t Explain Loading… Arsene Wenger masterminded a squad full of quality and character to the league title in the 2003/04 season, going undefeated. And while there was joy and happiness at the end of it, things weren’t always so rosy during. That’s according to Cameroonian full-back Lauren, who has revealed just how competitive things were at the club. He even admitted to being involved in a scrap with Gunners legend Thierry Henry. Speaking to the Arsenal website, the 43-year-old said: “Of course there was fighting. I love at Arsenal that the journalists didn’t go to the training sessions. “In our time if the journalists were to attend training there would be history every single day. “How competitive we were – all fighting between ourselves. I had a fight with Thierry [Henry], Thierry with Martin [Keown], Patrick with Freddie [Ljungberg]. “We were all very competitive and we were all fighting because we all had big egos, big personalities but by the time the games arrived, we were fighting for the same goal.” Lauren admitted that Wenger was the glue that held all the “big egos” together, and brought them to the stunning success. He added: “You need that, big egos but you have the manager as well that knows how to control the big egos, how to control those players. “I prefer to be in a team that you see players face to face, you can talk to him, tell him whatever you want. “But when the games arrive you will be 100 per cent for the same goal, to achieve what we set out to do at the beginning of the season. “This is the most important thing; without that, it is difficult to win things. “I don’t want to be in a team that nothing happens, we’re all quiet, if you win no problem, if you lose no problem. You can’t compete like that. “In our time we were all competitive, we were all fighting between each other. “But at the end of the day we were fighting for the same goal and that’s why we managed to win things.” Arsenal became the first team to ever go undefeated in a 38-game season. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

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