Following a successful Tumble Down, with a surprise appearance from United States Senator and 2016 presidential candidate, Bernie Sanders, Vermont jammers Twiddle has announced a new pair of New Year’s Eve shows set to take place on Sunday, December, 30th, and Monday, December, 31st, starting at the Paradise Rock Club, and moving to the House of Blues Boston.As the announcement notes, a very limited number of VIP two-day tickets including sound check viewing and meet and greet for the Paradise Rock Club show on 12/30, early-entry for NYE, VIP-exclusive viewing area on NYE, VIP laminate, commemorative pin, and a signed poster, are available for the two-night run now on the ticketing website. Tickets for the shows go on sale to the public on Friday, August 10th, at 10 a.m. (ET). The band makes a special note that only people that have bought a ticket to the NYE show will be emailed a password to purchase tickets to the Paradise Rock Club show on Friday, August, 10th.The newly announced NYE comes on the heels of a heavy fall tour on the road for Twiddle. The four-piece recently announced a Halloween run at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C., that falls between Twiddle’s two previously announced late-2018 tours. This includes the band’s own headlining fall tour, which spans from the end of August through the beginning of October, and Twiddle’s stretch of dates supporting SOJA, which will take them down the West Coast and into the South throughout the month of November.For a full list of Twiddle’s upcoming tour dates, or for more information, head to the band’s website.
Wyatt Block bested a veteran IMCA Modified field for his career first win in the division Saturday at Shawano Speedway.By Scott OwenSHAWANO, Wis. (May 19) – Rookie Wyatt Block won his first career IMCA Modified feature Saturday at Shawano Speedway.Trevor Spaulding pulled to the early lead with Eddie Muenster in tow. As those two paced the field, Block began to work through the field after starting the race in 10th. By the time Block passed Muenster for second near the midpoint of the race, Spaulding had built up a sizeable advantage.Block continued to reel in Spaulding, though, before a caution after lap 13 bunched the field back up.Block took advantage and grabbed the lead with an inside pass for the lead on lap 15, then never looked back in scoring his first IMCA Modified win. Spaulding finished second. Lance Arneson was the hard charger as he moved from 17th starting to finish third.Jeremy Christians notched another IMCA Sunoco Stock Car win, his first of the 2018 season, while Lucas Lamberies remained unbeaten in the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods as he won his third feature in a row.