Watch Derek Trucks’s Spellbinding Sit-Ins With Lettuce From Bear Creek In 2008 And 2009

first_imgOne year later, some more of the same magic went down. Trucks and Burbridge joined Lettuce for four songs, starting with “By Any Shmeeans Necessary.” Nigel Hall then joins the party for “Making My Way Back Home” and “We’re A Winner,” before the grand finale of “Move On Up.” Listen to taped audio of that whole show below, courtesy of Nick Burlison:And some video footage: There’s no denying that Bear Creek Music Festival was a magical place. Though the festival is no more, its past iterations left us with an enormous supply of musical memories. One particular collaboration comes to mind, from both the 2008 and 2009 festivals, when guitarist Derek Trucks joined funk band Lettuce for a jam session of epic proportions.It all started in 2008, when Trucks and his bandmate Kofi Burbridge joined Lettuce for a rip-roaring rendition of “King Of The Burgs” and “Move On Up” Tune in below: It goes to show that Lettuce is an absolute titan of the festival game. That’s why we couldn’t be more excited for their inaugural Fool’s Paradise destination festival event, happening from April 1-2 in St. Augustine, FL. With a lineup that features Vulfpeck, Chris Robinson’s Soul Revue, Goldfish, The Nth Power, Cory Henry and more, including the first ever collaboration between GRiZ and Lettuce, this is one party you won’t want to miss. Tickets and more information are available here.last_img read more

Sharp flipper quick to seal deal and start revamp

first_imgThe home at 48 Vansittart Rd, Regents Park.A LOW-SET home in Regents Park has been snapped up by a savvy flipper less than two weeks after being listed for saleMarketing agent Claudia Escobar of Natgroup Real Estate said 48 Vansittart Rd sold for $295,000 to a cash unconditional buyer. “It was not a property suitable to everyone but we did have a good amount of people look at it,” she said. “It had severe termite damage and needed work, so it sold for basically land value.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The home at 48 Vansittart Rd, Regents Park.“It’s not often properties like this come on to the market in Regents Park.” According to CoreLogic data, the median house price for the suburb is $395,000. Ms Escobar said the home settled on August 14 and the new owner already had a team of workers in the property overhauling it from top to bottom, inside and out. The property will be relisted for sale next week. Ms Escobar said the renovated property would do well in the local market. “Regents Park is mostly young owner occupiers and the home is in one of the best locations, walking distance to almost anything,” she said.last_img read more

Remorseful Kano Pillars’ Captain, Ali, Performs Community Service

first_imgRabiu Ali Ali in an interview with expressed regrets for his action on that day which led to his suspension, revealing that it has been troubling his mind since then.“My wish is to turn back the hand of the clock and every wrong scenario will be revised for good, I am sincerely sorry for my deeds as I intend to be a role model next time,” Ali submitted.As part of his sanction by the League Management Company (LMC), Ali was involved in community service during the 3rd edition of Ahlan Pre-season Tournament in Kano, where he visited Government Boys Secondary School Stadium.The midfielder coached the students in football and preached the need for discipline before proceeding to control traffic as Road Marshal for three hours on Airport Road junction in Kano City.On the team’s prospects this season, Ali believes that Pillars made the right additions to the squad to compete for the top in the 2019/2020 NPFL season which gets underway this Sunday.He said that the reputation of the team has made them attractive to some quality players who have joined to be part of the seasonal high performing side.“We are Kano Pillars and that name has a strong reputation in the league considering our mega fan base and where the team is coming from. So we can not slack or leave any stone unturned at this stage,” declared Ali.“I think the Club had done the needful, having offloaded some players who are surplus to requirements and shipped-in some fresh legs that are capable of withstanding the task ahead, overall, we are ready for the new season’”, Ali said with a measure of assuranceAsked if his absence would affect the team’s performances, Ali said there are quite a number of quality players in the team.In preparation for the new campaign, Sai Masu Gida have bolstered their squad with Abdullahi Musa (Defender), Chijoke Alaekwe (Striker), Stone Onukwube (Striker), Joshua Enaholo (Goalkeeper), Kelly Kester (Midfielder), Dosso Saib Junior (Midfielder), Adelani Yusuf (Striker) and Achibi Eweke (Midfielder).The likes of Goalkeeper Danladi Isa, Nzube Anaezemba, Sikiru Kamal and Ikenna Paul Hillary have since left the club during the off season.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram NPFL NEWS  Regrets conduct that landed him 12-match banSuspended Kano Pillars Captain, Rabiu Ali, has expressed regrets for his unruly actions that led to his being banned him from 12 games of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL).The former champions, Pillars will start the new season with a fixture in Kano against Rivers United without Ali, who is serving suspension following his angry confrontation with a referee in a 2018/19 NPFL Championships Playoff against Rangers International in June.His conduct was adjudged to have instigated the Kano Pillars fans to encroach the pitch, which subsequently attracted a 12-match ban for the Pillars’ Skippo.last_img read more

Hinson wins with 78% of GOP Primary vote

first_imgMARION — State Representative Ashley Hinson of Marion easily won the GOP Primary in Iowa’s first congressional district, which includes Worth and Mitchell counties in our immediate listening area. She defeated fellow Republican Thomas Hansen with 78 percent of the vote.“It’s been a trying several months for all of us as we’ve been making our way through the COVID-19 pandemic and the chaos and dysfunction in Washington, D.C. hasn’t helped,” Hinson said in an online news conference Tuesday evening, “and and I think and voters are very clearly asking for change.”Hinson said one of the lessons from the pandemic is that the U.S. needs to protect its own.“China is a bad actor, as we’ve seen. There’s been some challenges there in dealing with this pandemic, not to mention the trade challenges we face with China,” Hinson said, “so I look forward to making sure we’re focusing on America First policies and, most importantly, Iowa First policies.”Hinson, a former television anchor and reporter, has been a member of the Iowa House since 2017. She’s challenging incumbent Abby Finkenauer of Dubuque, a Democrat who’s serving her first-term in the U.S. House. In a written statement, Finkenauer praised Iowans for record voter turnout under very difficult circumstances and she pledged to work to ensure Iowa is a place where everyone can earn a good living and live a good life.In Iowa’s third congressional district, there’s a rematch. First-term congresswoman Cindy Axne of West Des Moines, a Democrat, will face former Republican Congressman David Young of Van Meter this fall.last_img read more

Farah shock winner of BBC award

first_img“It is pretty amazing and hard to think about,” Farah, who was not present at the awards ceremony in Liverpool, told those in attendance via video link.“I didn’t imagine I was ever going to win this but anything can happen. If you work hard you can achieve your dreams.“I just cannot believe I have won.”Roger Federer was voted BBC overseas sports personality of the year for a record fourth time earlier in the week after an astonishing season during which he picked up two more Grand Slam titles.Share on: WhatsApp Paris, France | AFP | Britain’s four-time Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah was named BBC sports personality of the year for the first time on Sunday, edging out motorcycling champion Jonathan Rea to the award.Farah, 34, successfully defended his 10,000-metre title at the World Championships in August, although he missed out on another distance double after taking silver in the 5,000m.He retired from the track later that same month to focus on road racing and has said he could run the marathon at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.Farah earned 83,524 votes — 2,957 more than Northern Irishman Rea, who became the first rider to win three consecutive World Superbike titles, while double Paralympic champion Jonnie Peacock came third.Heavyweight boxer Anthony Joshua, the bookies’ favourite to land the prize, finished fourth in a year that saw the 28-year-old defeat Ukraine’s Wladimir Klitschko in an epic world title fight.last_img read more

BSO Searching For Driver of White Dodge Ram Who Shot Motorist on I-95 in Hollywood

first_imgThe GMC driver then sideswiped another car and this morning is in stable condition. Broward Detectives are searching for the driver of a white Dodge Ram pickup truck who was involved in a shooting on I-95 that left a man wounded this weekend.FHP says someone opened fire on the driver and two passengers traveling inside a GMC on I-95 northbound near Hollywood Boulevard Sunday morning.The shooter, who was driving a white Dodge Ram, fled the scene after wounding the driver of the GMC, according to FHP.last_img read more