Andy Frasco & The U.N. Release New Album, “Change Of Pace”, Produced By Dave Schools, Ben Ellman [Listen]

first_imgToday, Andy Frasco & The U.N. have officially released their latest studio album, Change of Pace. The new album features 11 tracks produced by various well-known industry veterans including Dave Schools (Widespread Panic) and Ben Ellman (Galactic).Andy Frasco & The U.N. Change of Pace Promo VideoAndy Frasco is known for his hard-partying antics and joyously chaotic live performances, but Change of Pace marks an evolution for the 30-year-old L.A. native as a musician and a songwriter. As Andy Frasco told Live For Live Music ahead of the album’s release,You know, I always say, “This is the record, man. This is the record.” But you know, I’m surprised myself that I made some of this … I did the work this time and it made me a better musician, and now I bring that to my year of touring, and hopefully people will think that I’m not just a one-trick pony, I can do more than that.The lyrics were something I really wanted to work on. … Dave Schools taught us how to jam, man. Dave is one of like, my biggest mentors about just, like, “Alright, you’re a party guy, I get it. You wanna stay a party guy? I know a lot of guys who are dead staying party guys. Or you wanna take this shit seriously?” I’m like, “I wanna take it seriously,” and he just kinda fucking slapped me and put some holy water on my face and learned me how to jam on the one and said, “Alright, get out there.” These songs just are a little more mature … I’m really proud of it. I’m not just like, writing songs for a groove or a funny line, like “Blame It on the Pussy“, you know? I’m writing songs to write a fucking full meaning … A full story.Check out Andy Frasco & The U.N.’s new album, Change of Pace, below, and keep check out Live For Live Music‘s full interview with Frasco here.Andy Frasco & The U.N. – Change of Pace – Full Album Fans heading down to New Orleans during Jazz Fest can catch Andy Frasco & The U.N. on Sunday, May 5th at The Maison for an evening of music, unexpected special guests and assured debauchery in its highest form. For more information, head here.Grab your tickets today and secure your place at what is sure to be a late night party for the ages.Date: Sunday, May 5, 2019Show: Live For Live Music Presents: Andy Frasco & the U.N.Venue: The Maison – 508 Frenchmen St, New Orleans, LA 70116Tickets: $20 GA / $50 VIPTime: Doors –  10:00 PM / Show – 11:00 PMlast_img read more

North Macedonia reach Euro 2020 – first major tournament in 27-year history | Football News

first_imgEljif Elmas broke down the left and slipped the ball to Ilija Nestorovski inside the penalty area and he found Pandev, who beat Giorgi Loria for his 36th international goal.The former Yugoslav republic will face Austria and Ukraine in Bucharest in Group C before taking on the top-seeded Netherlands in Amsterdam.Currently No. 65 in FIFA’s world rankings, North Macedonia will be the biggest outsider at Euro 2020 and the second newcomer, joining Finland.- Advertisement – The game was perhaps the biggest in the history of two young soccer nations, but no fans were allowed into the 54,000-seater national stadium in Tbilisi because of coronavirus restrictions in Georgia.With so much at stake, the match was predictably cagey and it took 28 minutes before either goalkeeper had to make a save when Georgian playmaker Tornike Okriashvili tested Stole Dimitrievski with a long-range shot.There were 29 fouls in a stop-start match and only four shots on target but the neatly-worked winning goal was in contrast to the general scrappiness.- Advertisement – Veteran forward Goran Pandev scored the decisive goal to send North Macedonia to Euro 2020 – the major tournament in their 27-year history. The 37-year-old – North Macedonia’s most capped player and all-time leading scorer – flicked the ball home in the 56th minute to see off Georgia in Thursday’s play-off final.- Advertisement –center_img – Advertisement –last_img read more