The recently-formed supergroup The New Stew, featuring all-star members from Living Colour, The Lee Boys, The Aquarium Rescue Unit and more, has been captivating audiences with their soul drenching, funk heavy tribute to the great music of Bill Withers by performing the 1972 album Live At Carnegie Hall in its entirety! The band made its way to the Brooklyn Bowl on Monday, May 9th, and have two more shows coming up in Asheville, NC and Atlanta, GA.Watch All-Star Musicians Join Forces For ‘Lean On Me’ At Bill Withers Tribute ShowThe New Stew includes Corey Glover (Living Colour, Galactic) on vocals, Roosevelt Collier (The Lee Boys) on Lap Steel/ Pedal Steel, Yonrico Scott (Derek Trucks Band, Royal Southern Brotherhood) on percussion, Dave Yoke (Susan Tedeschi Band, Dr. John, Scrapomatic) on guitar, Jared Stone (Stone’s Stew) on drums, and Matt Slocum (Oteil and the Peacemakers, Col. Bruce Hampton & Aquarium Rescue Unit, The Lee Boys) on piano. Enjoy full audio from the rockin’ Brooklyn show, thanks to taper Eric McRoberts:Here’s a fan-shot video of “Better Off Dead”:The New Stew Tour Dates5/11 Wed- The Orange Peel – Asheville, NC5/12 Thu – Center Stage – Atlanta, GA
Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Image by the CCIDA.ELLICOTT – A California based designer and manufacturer of architectural systems is expanding from the west coast to Chautauqua County. The County of Chautauqua Industrial Development announced Tuesday that Arktura plans to invest $7.3 million to expand its existing Los Angeles, California-based operations.This new plant is projected to facilitate expedited lead times to the U.S. market for its products, provide local services to east coast markets, and increase its overall production capacity.Arktura plans to hire 50 full-time employees during the first three years of operations. The company is in the process of purchasing a 134,858 sf facility located at 1 Precision Way in the Town of Ellicott, which was previously home to Acu-Rite/Heidenhain.At its February 25, 2020 board meeting, the Board of Directors for the County of Chautauqua Industrial Development unanimously voted in favor of the CCIDA authorizing the execution and delivery of a preliminary agreement with respect to Arktura’s application for financial incentives, which includes: real property tax abatements (PILOT); sales and use tax exemptions; and a mortgage recording tax exemption.Arktura has also applied for benefits/incentives through New York State Empire State Development (ESD) and Office of Community Renewal (OCR).