On Tuesday night, fan-favorite Brooklyn-based guitarists Eric Krasno (Soulive, Lettuce) and Scott Metzger (Joe Russo’s Almost Dead) came together for an intimate duo show a New York City’s Rockwood Music Hall.The show saw the two guitarists share vocal duties and switch back and forth between acoustic and electric guitars. The setlist for the evening featured a selection of songs from Krasno’s 2016 solo LP, Blood From A Stone (“Jezebel”, “Please Ya”, “Unconditional Love”), some songs written by Krasno for other artists (like Tedeschi Trucks Band‘s “Calling Out To You”), and more.You can listen to full audio of Eric Krasno and Scott Metzger’s duo show at the Rockwood below, taped, transferred, and uploaded by Eric McRoberts.Eric Krasno & Scott Metzger – 8/21/18 – Full Audio<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>Next up for both of these guitarists is a trip to LOCKN’ in Arrington, VA this weekend, where Krasno will rejoin his old Lettuce cohorts for a tribute to the Jerry Garcia Band and Metzger will perform with Joe Russo’s Almost Dead as well as Chris Harford‘s Band of Changes. On Friday, August 31st, Eric Krasno will return to the Rockwood for an Eric Krasno & Friends Unplugged performance.For a full list of Krasno’s upcoming tour dates, head here. For a full list of Metzger’s upcoming shows, head here.Setlist: Eric Krasno & Scott Metzger | Rockwood Music Hall | New York, NY | 8/21/18Jezebel, I Knew The Bride [Nick Lowe], Please Ya, I’m Living Good [Louis Williams], That’s All Right [Jimmy Rogers], Halfway To Georgia, These Arms of Mine [Otis Redding], Calling Out To You, When I Was Young [The Wood Brothers], Love Is Strong, Unconditional LoveYou can catch Scott Metzger at the upcoming Brooklyn Comes Alive, set to take place simultaneously at three fan-favorite Williamsburg, Brooklyn venues on Saturday, September 29th. Scott Metzger will perform a very special set along with Cory Henry (Funk Apostles), Nikki Glaspie (The Nth Power), MonoNeon (Prince, Ghost-Note), and Skerik at this year’s fourth-annual event.The one-of-a-kind event puts the focus on the artists, channelling the spirit of New Orleans Jazz Fest by night by curating unique collaborations, tributes, and passion projects for an unforgettable day of music. To check out the full artist and band lineups, or to grab your tickets today, head to the event website.***TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW***
Mets’ Zack Wheeler addresses trade rumors: ‘It’s something that you don’t want to think about’ “Everything went great,” Mets manager Mickey Callaway said of Syndergaard’s start.The 26-year-old Syndergaard is 5-4 with a 4.55 ERA in 15 games this season. Related News Mets putting Amed Rosario in outfield? Mickey Callaway says it’s a possibility Mets fine, but do not suspend, Mickey Callaway, Jason Vargas after incident with reporter The Mets have had a tough week. On Sunday, Callaway and pitcher Jason Vargas had a confrontation in the clubhouse with a reporter, an incident that earned both men a fine. And a couple of news reports in recent days claim that the Mets’ front office is dictating “in-game” moves to Callaway, a claim he denies. The Mets haven’t had much good news this week, so this is a welcome report: Noah Syndergaard is expected to come off the injured list Sunday and start against the Braves, according to MLB.com.The right hander has been sidelined since June 15 with a hamstring strain. But he pitched five innings Tuesday in a rehab start for Single-A Brooklyn, allowing three earned runs and striking out nine.