Try to describe this video. You can't. You can only sit helplessly as it washes over you and ingrains itself in your mind. Yep, that's Brian Ching on the keyboard, Diesel on the drums. Watch, rinse, repeat.
Required viewing to appreciate context: Alphaville's original music video for "Forever Young," seen below.
Brian Ching calls into the Hot 95.7 morning show to let Sarah Pepper know that she's earned the job for the Dash's in-stadium announcing job, and gives PK some pointers on his audition for the Dynamo job.
Dynamo broadcaster Glenn Davis is back on the air tonight with a new episode of Dynamo All-Access, presented by Houston Community College. The show will air on Yahoo! Sports Radio 1560 AM from 7-9 p.m.
Listen in as Glenn talks with Dynamo midfielder Ricardo Clark and defender Corey Ashe as the team wraps up preseason training in Charleston. Call in and give Glenn your thoughts on what you've seen in preseason and your expecations come March 8!
The call-in number for the show is 713-439-1560.
Steph G checks in from Charleston, S.C., where the Dynamo are wrapping up preseason before the March 8 season opener vs. New England. Get caught up on which guys have made it back onto the pitch and are ready to contribute.
The Dynamo largely stood pat after another deep playoff run in 2013; Steph gets you ready for the start of the 2014 campaign on March 8.
Hear from the man himself, Jermaine Taylor, as he speaks on his return from injury and his excitement leading up to the season opener on March 8.
Over 140 young women from the Houston area and beyond descended upon Houston Sports Park to showcase their abilities in front of Randy Waldrum and Brian Ching in the hopes of earning a preseason roster spot for the inaugural season of the Dash.
The Houston Dynamo are excited to provide opportunities to players outside of the Houston area. The Gonzales Soccer Club in Gonzales, LA, will be the first club in Louisiana to host a Houston Dynamo camp on February 22 and 23 2014.
The weekend camp is for boys and girls of all ability levels from age’s five to twelve. The camp will help to develop skills, connect players to Dynamo and grow the game of soccer. The camp curriculum will be based on age-appropriate training guidelines and will promote ball mastery and familiarity with the “Dynamo Way” through small-sided games and other challenging formats.
When speaking about the camp, Senior Staff Coach Josh Saboe said, “We're very excited to expand our reach outside of the immediate Houston area. Regardless of their location, every kid should have the chance to connect with an MLS team. This is a great step forward in providing that opportunity to these players.”
Each camp registration includes a Houston Dynamo training top, a Houston Dynamo soccer ball, and a companion ticket to a Houston Dynamo soccer game. The Houston Dynamo will also be providing Gonzales S.C. coaches a Friday night clinic to come and observe a Houston Dynamo training session.
The camp registration costs $175/player and is open until February 21. To register for the camp, visit houstondynamo.sportssignup.com.
For general inquiries on all Dynamo Youth Programs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 713-433-3967.