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Check Out Pro-Shot Videos From Both Lockn’ Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Shows

first_imgWhen we think back on last weekend’s festivities at Lockn’, there’s no denying that Joe Russo’s Almost Dead was one of the best. The five players of the group – Scott Metzger, Marco Benevento, Tom Hamilton, Dave Dreiwitz, and, of course, Joe Russo – have become totally synchronized in their improvisational efforts. It’s a real treat to watch this band take on the Grateful Dead catalog with their sharp musicianship and eager enthusiasm.Fortunately, we can relive these two great sets thanks to some pro-shot videos that have surfaced on YouTube. Watch a mostly-full video of night one and a completely-full video of night two, streaming below. Setlists to follow. Setlist: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead at Lockn’ Festival, Arrington, VA – 8/25/16Space ->Jam ->Truckin (SM) ->St Stephen # (All) ->The Eleven (TH & JR) ->Brown Eyed Women (TH) >The Wheel $ (All) ->Estimated Prophet (SM) ->Tennessee Jed (TH) >Viola Lee Blues % (All) >He’s Gone (TH) >Terrapin Suite ^ (TH)@ – Technically started on the morning of Friday, 8.26.16# – With a “We’re Gonna Groove” (Led Zeppelin) Jam (Band) & a Dave Dreiwitz Bass Solo$ – With a “Duo Jam”, “Fat Mama” (Herbie Hancock) Teases (MB), a Hell in A Bucket Tease (SM) & probably a bunch more from MB% – With unknown tease (Band) & a “Heartbreaker” (Led Zeppelin) Tease (SM)^ – With “He’s Gone” lyrics sang over the intro, another “Fat Mama” Tease (MB), & another Duo JamSetlist: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead at Lockn’ Festival, Arrington, VA – 8/26/16“Early Comers” Soundcheck #Ruben & Cherise (TH)Uncle John’s Band (All)One Set: 1:[email protected] ish – 3:50AM ishJam ->Good Lovin’ (SM) ->Shakedown Street $ (TH) ->China Cat Sunflower (TH) ->I Know You Rider (All) >Dancin In The Street % (SM & NA)Music Never Stopped (SM & NA)Turn On Your Lovelight * (NA) ->Slipknot! ->Franklin’s Tower (TH & NA) >Throwing Stones (SM)Not Fade Away & (All)NA indicates Nicole Atkins on Lead or Background [email protected] – Technically started on the morning of Saturday, 8.27.16# – There was a small crowd assembled at the stage for soundcheck, so Joe decided to play some songs that they weren’t “Going to play later tonight” for them.$ – With two “Bathtub Gin” (Phish) teases/jams (Band & JR)% – Ok, I think I got most everything here: With a “Fat Mama” (Herbie Hancock) Tease (MB); with a Dave Dreiwitz Bass Solo & a “Shortnin’ Bread” (James Whitcomb Riley) tease from DD during said solo; with a “Good Lovin” Jam (Band) & call & response “Woo”s from the crowd; with a Duo Jam.* – Not played since 12.27.13 at the Capitol Theatre, 79 shows& – With an unknown (but very familiar) tease (MB)[Setlists posted on Almost Dead’s Facebook, as annotated by manager Peter Costello]last_img read more

Clark warns about letting guard down

first_img Press Association Ciaran Clark has warned his Ireland team-mates they will not be able to relax for a second as they attempt to dent Sweden’s hopes of World Cup qualification. He added: “They can score goals, they have shown that, and it’s about us trying to prevent that and for us going out there to get the win. But it’s a game of 90 minutes and you can’t take your foot off the gas at all. “The lads here have been brilliant the last two days in training, and we will work hard now leading up to the game and work hard on ways we can win the game. “All the lads are confident we can go and get something out of the game.” Paris St Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic launched the spectacular comeback in Berlin with his side’s first goal, and his presence in the starting line-up could present Ireland with real problems if he performs to his best. Clark will hope he gets a chance to test himself against the hugely-destructive frontman, whose methods will be drummed into the Aston Villa player and his defensive colleagues in Malahide over the next couple of days. Asked how Ibrahimovic can be stopped, Clark said with a smile: “I don’t know, to be honest. We are going to work on it in the next few days in training and hopefully we can do enough to do it. “It’s a team of 11 players, it’s not just a one-man team. They have got some top-class players, they are all going to be well up for the game and we need to keep an eye on everyone, not just one man.” center_img Giovanni Trapattoni’s men head for the Friends Arena in Stockholm on Friday knowing victory would put them in the driving seat to claim second place in Group C behind favourites Germany. By the same token, defeat four days before they entertain their other main rivals, Austria, at the Aviva Stadium would represent a massive blow to their own hopes. Sweden famously pulled off a stunning fightback in Germany when, after trailing 4-0, they fought back to snatch a 4-4 draw, and Clark said: “The game is 90 minutes-plus, so you can’t take your foot off the gas no matter what is happening.” last_img read more

The Latest: World ski body postpones presidential election

first_imgThat money will go entirely to the company’s affected workers. Crowder is an ISlide investor and says he felt compelled to give because he knows workers there are in need. Crowder says “to see the potential negative business impact from this outbreak compelled me to help in any way I could.”___Turkish basketball team Fenerbahce says one of its players and three members of the technical and administrative personnel have tested positive for the coronavirus. March 27, 2020 Associated Press Atlético Madrid has followed Barcelona’s lead and announced it will reduce its players’ and coaches’ salaries during the stoppage of competition due to the coronavirus crisis. A day after Barcelona had done the same, Atlético said Friday that it will reduce its payroll temporarily “to ensure the future” of the club. Neither Barcelona nor Atlético are saying how much they would slash salaries. The moves will not impact their players’ contracts.___Top-ranked tennis player Novak Djokovic, his wife and their foundation are donating 1 million euros (about $1.1 million) to help buy ventilators and other medical equipment for hospitals in Serbia. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The International Ski Federation (FIS) has postponed its presidential election at a biennial congress for at least three months due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Latest: World ski body postpones presidential election Djokovic says his foundation’s staff “will be monitoring everything” to get the equipment in place.His wife, Jelena, is the global director of the Novak Djokovic Foundation. She says ventilators needed to help COVID-19 patients range in price from 10,000 to 50,000 euros ($11,000 to $55,000).The 32-year-old Djokovic won the Australian Open in January for his 17th Grand Slam title. Among men, only Roger Federer, with 20, and Rafael Nadal, with 19, have won more.___Jae Crowder of the Miami Heat has donated $15,000 to Boston-based custom slide sandal company ISlide. Evian is one of the five majors on the women’s circuit.The decision was made by the LPGA Tour, the Ladies European Tour and Evian organizers.LPGA Commissioner Mike Whan says “this adjustment makes for easier travel for players and assists us as we look to reschedule previously postponed events.”The women’s British Open is scheduled to be held two weeks after Evian.___ The club says it has not decided by how much the salaries will be lowered.___A Russia-based basketball league with teams in five countries has abandoned its season without declaring a champion because of the coronavirus outbreak.VTB United League CEO Ilona Korstin says it’s not appropriate to continue the season “in the current situation when borders are closed, teams can’t train at basketball arenas and clubs have to allow foreign players to go home.”Korstin says the league will start preparing for the 2020-21 season. Russian club BC Khimki was leading the league with an 18-1 record when it was suspended.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 Fenerbahce says none of the four have been hospitalized. They were being isolated and monitored at home.The player and three staff members were not named.___The Evian Masters women’s golf tournament has been moved to August because of the coronavirus outbreak.The event originally scheduled for July 23-26 will now be held on Aug. 6-9 at the Evian Resort Golf Club. Hosts for some world championships, including Alpine skiing in 2025, were also due to be voted on at May 17-23 meetings in Thailand.FIS says it hopes to reschedule “in the autumn (fall) of this year,” possibly at a different location.Candidates to succeed 22-year incumbent Gian Franco Kasper as president, and for seats on the FIS ruling council, must be declared 30 days before the rescheduled elections.The three candidates for Alpine worlds in 2025 are: Saalbach, Austria; Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany; Crans-Montana, Switzerland.___ ___Spanish soccer club Barcelona says it will reduce the salaries of its players amid the coronavirus pandemic.Barcelona says its executive board has decided to temporarily suspend player contracts. That produces a “proportional reduction of the remuneration provided for in the respective contracts.”The players’ contracts will remain intact during the job suspension.Employers in Spain are allowed to reduce labor costs while guaranteeing that workers will return to their jobs once conditions improve. ___The Diamond League has postponed three more track meets because of the coronavirus outbreak.The events in Stockholm on May 24, Naples and Rome on May 28, and Rabat, Morocco, on May 31 have all been postponed with no new dates set.The first six events of the year have been called off and only the Shanghai meet has been given a new date. The Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, Oregon, on June 7 is now the first scheduled event on the calendar.The Diamond League says “the meeting organizers, the Wanda Diamond League and World Athletics remain committed to delivering a structured extensive season in 2020.” The Russian anti-doping agency is suspending all tests for 10 days in response to measures implemented by the government to fight the coronavirus.The move comes after President Vladimir Putin told Russians except those working in essential sectors to stay home next week.RUSADA deputy CEO Margarita Pahnotskaya tells The Associated Press the testing suspension covers a longer period because of the risk of staff being stranded away from home. Tests stopped Friday and will resume on April 6.Pakhnotskaya says the World Anti-Doping Agency has been notified.She says “we studied all the consequences and agreed we should follow the order. And it was agreed with WADA. I wrote them a letter yesterday.”last_img read more

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