moe. continued their fall touring last night, hitting The Kent Stage in Kent, OH for a sensational mid-week musical celebration. moe. has been cruising through their recent fall tour, which kicked off with two nights in Chicago and rolled into Millvale, PA on Tuesday night. It was all heat when the band made it to Ohio, even opening the show with a 17 minute version of the track “Rise” to get things started.One of the big highlights from the night was a “Downward Facing Dog” medley, where the band worked in performances of Pink Floyd’s “Fearless” and original tune “Deep This Time.” “Fearless” marked the second consecutive night that moe. worked a Pink Floyd cover into their set, having played “Happiest Days Of Our Loves > Another Brick In The Wall Pt. 2” at Mr. Smalls’ Theatre. Considering moe. just did a full set tribute to Floyd at Peach Festival, the songs must still be fresh in their minds.The second set was the jammier of the two, as the band opened with extended versions of “Mar-De-Ma” and “Moth” before tossing out a 22-minute rendition of “Don’t Fuck With Flo.” Even “Tailspin” got the jam treatment, before the band curved back into “Moth” and closed out the song. “McBain” followed, hitting the 19 minute mark as the band continued their jamming in style. That would ultimately close the set, and “All Roads Lead To Home” and “Captain America” closed out the night as part of a great two-song encore.Fortunately, a full recording of the last night’s show has emerged, thanks to taper Jesse D. Scott. Dig it below!moe. continues their fall tour tonight in Cincinnati, before heading to Buffalo for a highly-anticipated two-night hometown run. Check their fall tour dates here!
BLOG: Four Things You Need To Know About Driving On Icy Roads January 27, 2016 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter PSA, The Blog, Weather Safety In the aftermath of last weekend’s historic snowstorm, re-freezing on the roads contributed to dozens of crashes as the work week began.PennDOT works hard to keep roads as safe as possible, and there are many factors that we consider in choosing what types of material we use on roadways during icy conditions. This infographic has some details on those factors so you know what to expect from us on roadways near you.Of course, avoiding travel altogether when conditions are hazardous is the number one thing PennDOT recommends. But if that is not an option, here are four important things to remember:Avoid sudden starts and stopsBeware of roads that may look wet, but are actually frozen (AKA “black ice”)Use extra caution on bridges and ramps where ice can form without warningDo not use cruise controlIf you do become stranded, it’s better to stay with your vehicle until help arrives, but only run your engine every hour or so — making sure your tailpipe is clear and keeping a window cracked to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning.PennDOT reminds motorists that 511PA provides free, 24-hour traveler information services. Call 511 from your cellular phone or landline or visit www.511PA.com traffic and travel conditions. We encourage you not to call 511PA while driving — just pull safely off the road or even better, call or log on before you leave. Please drive safely throughout this winter season, and always! By: Leslie S. Richards, Secretary of Transportation Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf read more