Portland jamgrass rockers Fruition recently released a new EP dubbed Fire on August 17th featuring four tracks. Fruition is headed out on an extensive fall tour in support of Fire, following a successful performance supporting Railroad Earth, at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre.Three of the EP’s four tracks—”Baby Let’s Go”, “Dirty Thieves”, and “Fire”—were recorded during the band’s recording sessions for their latest full-length album, Watching It All Fall Apart, which was produced by Tucker Martine (First Aid Kit, My Morning Jacket, The Decemberists). The remaining track, “New Colossus”, was mixed and engineered by Fruition’s own Tyler Thompson.Fruition has shared a video for “Baby Let’s Go”, shot by ontheDL Photo (Dylan Langille), during Fruition’s recent performance at Red Rocks last month. With Mimi Naja leading on vocals, the video does an incredible job of capturing Fruition’s raw rockin’ jams, and special behind the scenes footage of their high-energy Colorado pickin’ party.Watch the video for “Baby Let’s Go” below:Fruition – “Baby Let’s Go”[Video: Fruition]Fruition will head out for a number of headlining dates in the fall, including shows in Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., New York City, and more. At a number of these performances, Fruition will be joined by Daniel Rodriguez of Elephant Revival and The Lil Smokies. The group has also announced a run across the Pacific Northwest in November with Yak Attack, marking Fruition’s first headlining shows in the region since their last New Year’s Eve run in Seattle and Portland. For more information and tickets, head to the band’s website.Railroad Earth w/ Fruition – “You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman” – 8/18/2018[Video: Arloki272]Fruition Upcoming Tour Dates:September 13 – San Francisco, CA – The Chapel &September 15 – Templeton, CA – Whale Rock Music FestivalSeptember 23 – East Aurora, NY – Borderland FestivalSeptember 26 – Ferndale, MI – Otus Supply @September 27 – Grand Rapids, MI – Pyramid Scheme @September 28 – Chicago, IL – Martyrs’ @September 29 – Winona, MN – Boats and BluegrassSeptember 30 – Milwaukee, WI – Colectivo @October 03 – Bethlehem, PA – Musikfest Cafe @October 04 – Baltimore, MD – 8×10 @October 05 – Arrington, VA – The FestyOctober 07 – Ontario, CA – Huck Finn JubileeOctober 10 – Philadelphia, PA – Boot and Saddle ^October 11 – Washington, DC – Union Stage ^ @October 12 – Fairfield, CT – Stage One @October 13 – Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Bowl ^October 17 – Cincinnati, OH – 20th Century Theater @October 18 – Indianapolis, IN – Breck TrekOctober 19 – Columbus, OH – Woodlands @October 20 – Fayetteville, WV – Bridge JamNovember 15 – Bend, OR – Domino Room *November 16 – Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom *November 17 – Seattle, WA – The Croc *December 28 – Boulder, CO – Boulder TheaterDecember 29 – Boulder, CO – Boulder TheaterJanuary 15-21 – Port of Miami, FL – Jam Cruise# opening for Greensky Bluegrass% opening for Railroad [email protected] with Daniel Rodriguez of Elephant Revival& with Bear Market Riot^ with The Lil Smokies* with Yak AttackView All Tour Dates
WRBI Area Basketball Scores.Tuesday (12-16)Girls Scores.Batesville 68 Franklin County 64 (OT)Batesville JV won 43-26Jac-Cen-Del 53 North Decatur 27Switzerland County 42 South Ripley 25Conner 58 Lawrenceburg 41Connersville 48 Muncie Central 37Rushville 47 Greenwood 44Hauser 57 Edinburgh 33Waldron 58 Indy Arlington 32Lapel 63 Eastern Hancock 47Boys Scores.Shawe Memorial 73 South Decatur 62
The St. Nicholas Trojans 5th and 6th Grade Boys’ Basketball teams were in action again hosting the St. Mary’s (Greensburg) Knights Monday evening. The 5th grade Trojans team notched another victory defeating the Knights 27-20. The 6th grade Trojans were also victorious over the Knights 32-20.Courtesy of Trojans Coach Davis Hoff.
On a crisp fall night at the McClimon Complex, the Wisconsin men’s soccer team came back from 2-1 down to Penn State to claim a second consecutive home draw.The Badgers (4-9-3 overall, 1-2-3 Big Ten) opened the scoring five minutes into the second half, only to see the Nittany Lions (6-6-3, 2-3-2) storm back and take the lead 2-1 with 10 minutes left in the game. Sophomore midfielder Mike Catalano came to UW’s rescue as his 85th minute shot deflected off a PSU defender and found the back of the net from 25 yards out.It was an exciting offensive showdown between the two Big Ten teams with both teams tallying a combined 36 shots during the match. Neither squad was able to find a winner in either overtime period, and Wisconsin now sits in last place in the Big Ten with six points.The Badgers now have a week off before they travel to Indiana for a Halloween matchup in the penultimate Big Ten game of their season.Mueller the menaceUW sophomore midfielder Chris Mueller was a pain in the side of the PSU defense all game. Mueller netted his team-leading fifth goal of the season, and was a constant threat down the left wing. Mueller finished the game with four shots on goal, but was unable to score the game-winner.Catty-lystCatalano made his first home start since early September, returning from a hip injury that caused him to miss a considerable portion of the season. Catalano was active throughout the match, and he was the one to answer the bell when the Badgers were searching for an equalizer. His 25-yard effort managed to find the goal and force overtime. Catalano has now scored in two consecutive games following his match-winning goal against UW-Milwaukee.Collective effortSenior captain Drew Conner was sent off in the 87th minute after receiving his second yellow card of the game, which forced the Badgers to play with 10 men for the remainder of the match. UW held strong, defending and attacking as a team to see out the draw. Fellow senior captain Carl Schneider made a sliding goal-line clearance in the waning seconds of the second overtime to ensure that Penn State only left Wisconsin with one point.Senior nightThe Badgers honored their 2015 senior class at the beginning of the game. Fans recognized Conner, Schneider, Anders Kristensen, Connor Revsbeck and Adam Lauko for their meaningful contributions to the Wisconsin men’s soccer program over the past four years.QuotableCatalano’s thoughts on the game:“We aren’t satisfied with the result at all. We are just going to keep working, keep our confidence high and get ready for Indiana next week.”Catalano on scoring his first home goal since being injured:“It’s a good feeling, especially at home. Being out, you lose a little bit of confidence and you’re just out of things.”Catalano on UW’s remaining Big Ten matches:“There’s still a lot left to play for. The season is not even close to over. Postseason, Big Ten tournament — we’re all psyched up for that. We are finally playing a lot better. Last year against Indiana was a massive game and we should have beat them. We are going back there and we owe them a little payback.”UW head coach John Trask on the team’s performance:“That little 15-minute period is something that, if we are trying to extend our season more than just a few games here, we are just going to need to be more resolute. In fairness, I thought that when the guys went down to 10 men, they battled a little bit. That’s a move in the right direction for this group of players.”Trask on the return of Catalano to the starting lineup:“[Getting Catalano back] is huge. I said it the other day, but Mike had a game winner against UW-Milwaukee, and easily could’ve scored three goals that day.”