Last night, Twiddle played the second show their four-night Halloween run at Brooklyn Bowls. The run will see the Vermont quartet play three shows at Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg, before they head to the west coast to finish with a bang on Halloween night at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas.After welcoming Brandon “Taz” Niederauer for night one (watch here), the band continued the sit-in trend by bringing in the famed Matisyahu during the second set. Matisyahu and Twiddle guitarist Mihali Savoulidis recently released a single called “Storm Tossed,” and the two played the song for the Brooklyn Bowl crowd. Watch fan-shot videos of Matisyahu’s sit-in below, courtesy of YouTube user Josh: Matiysahu would stay on stage for a cover of Bob Marley’s “Exodus.” Guitarist Aaron Dugan of Matisyahu’s band also joined in on the Marley cover. The band would close the set with “Cabbage Face” and end the night with their classic “Mamunes The Faun.”Thanks to taperchris, you can stream the full audio below!Check out a gallery from the show courtesy of photographer Andrew Scott Blackstein, and check out the full setlist below via PT.Setlist: Twiddle at the Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn, NY – 10/28/16Set 1: Second Wind, Polluted Beauty, Brick Of Barley, JamflowmanSet 2: Gatsby The Great, Storm Tossed*, Exodus*^, Cabbage FaceEncore: Mamunes The FaunNotes: *: with Matisyahu; ^: with Keith Allen (The Mantras) on guitarTwiddle At Brooklyn Bowl, Night 2 Load remaining images
Plans have commenced to make this year’s Agricultural Month a memorable one.This is according to Agriculture Minister Noel Holder who on Monday met with a number of heads of the agriculture sector agencies and held discussions relating to the upcoming month of activities in October.This event will see the Agriculture Ministry showcasing the grandness of all aspects of the agriculture sector.One event already in the pipelines is National Tree Day.Agriculture Minister Noel HolderNational Tree Day, which was launched in 2015, focuses on greening the economy with the aim of winning the battle against environmental degradation and economic decline through the planting of trees.This event is to be held this year in the newly-established town of Lethem.Some of the events that Guyanese can hope to enjoy in Agriculture Month are the World Food Day Fair, inter-faith services, school awareness competitions, the National Agricultural Research and Extension Institute (NAREI) open day, and Agriculture Ministry Healthy Cook-Off.The main aim of the Month is to sensitise citizens on the importance of the agriculture sector to an economy as a whole, considering the needs of all citizens.The activities are also held to attract tourists from all walks of life and are conducted in all regions of Guyana.This event held every year has been a major success in terms of promoting Guyana as a tourism destination.