Dead & Company played their first rendition of “Mr. Charlie” when they returned to one of America’s most beautiful venues—Washington State’s Gorge Ampitheatre—on Friday evening. John Mayer handled lead vocals on the tune, which you can see a clip of below. The early Dead staple, penned by founding keyboardist Ron “Pigpen” McKernan and lyricist Robert Hunter in 1971, made its appearance during the middle of the night’s first set. That first set featured plenty of other favorites, including an opening “Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo” that gave way to “Bertha,” and a “Crazy Fingers”/“Cumberland Blues” combo that closed things out.Set two got started with an expansive “Playing In The Band” that took some interesting turns before abruptly arriving at “Eyes Of the World”. The set also featured a big “Terrapin Station” that preceded the night’s iteration of “Drums”/“Space” before the band moved on “New Speedway Boogie”. The set then wrapped up with a “Black Peter” that moved on to a reprise of “Playing In The Band”, with the group returning for a final “U.S. Blues” to end the show.As usual, Dead & Company promoted their nugs.tv webcast with quality videos of both of Friday’s set-openers. Check out the “Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo” and “Playing In The Band” below.Dead & Company – “Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo”[Video: nugs.tv]Dead & Company – “Playing In The Band”[Video: nugs.tv]Setlist: Dead & Company | The Gorge | George, WA | 6/29/2018Set One: Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo > Bertha, Tennessee Jed, Mr. Charlie*, Loser, Crazy Fingers > Cumberland BluesSet Tw0: Playing In The Band > Eyes Of The World, Comes A Time, Terrapin Station > Drums > Space > New Speedway Boogie, Black Peter > Playing In Ihe Band RepriseEncore: U.S. Blues*Debut
WARAMADONG and defending champions Shiva Boys Hindu College registered wins as day two of the ongoing KFC goodwill football series continued yesterday. The tournament, which is being played at the Guyana Football Federation’s training ground in Providence saw two more matches on Monday.Shiva tossed aside crowd favorite Annai Secondary, while Waramadong made light work of Lodge Secondary.In the first game, the Lodge side, riding high off their opening wins on Saturday were left with their jaws dropped as they were out-run by the Hinterland side.The game started slowly as both teams were conservative with the ball but when they found their footing, the eventual winners were locked on target. Ovid Andrews was the first to find the back of the net in the 35th with Trailing closely behind, Whitaker Paul made it a double with a goal in the 35th to put Lodge under serious pressure.A Lodge Penalty, skilfully converted by Dorwin George in the 53rd made sure that Lodge had a footing in the game but Ovid Andrews 67th minute strike ended all hopes.The Shiva Boys picked up where they left off last year, thumping Annai 3-0.Heavily reliant on their wing play during the first day win, Annai was quickly shut down by the Trini’s, the Shiva boys controlling the game.Captain Adica Ash led by example, netting a hat trick in the 23rd, 66th and 89th minutes for his team’s 3-0 win.The final preliminary games will be contested tomorrow when Annandale Secondary takes on Shiva Boys Hindu College at 13:00 hrs and Waramadong battles Marian Academy at 15:00.
Published on November 24, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Debbie: [email protected] | @debbietruong Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments UPDATED: Nov 26, 2011 at 11:07 p.m. Police searched the DeWitt home of Syracuse men’s basketball associate head coach Bernie Fine on Friday afternoon, according to an article published by The Post-Standard. State troopers stood in the driveway to Fine’s home, located at 7001 Tiffany Circle at 2:25 p.m., according to the article. Three officers were seen looking through Fine’s garbage bins, and six or more police vehicles lined the street. Fine is accused of molesting two former Syracuse ball boys and is currently on administrative leave from the university. The search began at approximately 1:45 p.m. A state police officer told The Post-Standard that police from several agencies were carrying out a search warrant. Police were spotted speaking to Fine at the doorway to his house a little past 3 p.m., according to the article. An officer wearing a vest that read ‘Police Secret Service’ was seen moving several boxes and envelopes to a vehicle parked near the front door.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Just before 8 p.m., officers rolled out three filing cabinets, which were covered in tape that read ‘Evidence,’ and loaded them onto the back of a truck, according to the article. All of the officers left Fine’s home by 9:10 p.m. Earlier in the day, a state trooper at the scene directed questions to the U.S. Attorney’s office in Albany. Assistant U.S. Attorney William Pericak in Albany said the U.S. Attorney’s office could neither confirm nor deny a search took place at Fine’s residence until public proceedings take place. [email protected]
Leyton Orient manager Russell Slade 1 Leyton Orient have rejected an approach from Championship strugglers Cardiff City to sign O’s boss Russell Slade.The Bluebirds have been without a manager since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer left the hotseat last week.Slade, 53, emerged as a surprise favourite to fill the vacant position, but the League One side revealed on Monday evening that they refused the Welsh outfit’s advances.A club statement read: “On Friday morning we were contacted by a lawyer close to Cardiff City and Russell Slade, who asked us to give permission for Cardiff to talk to Russell.“That evening Russell asked the club for permission to talk to Cardiff. On Saturday the general manager of Cardiff approached us in order to again ask permission to talk to Russell.“In all cases, we denied Cardiff the permission and we did not authorise Russell to talk to Cardiff.”Slade, who met with Orient owner Francesco Becchetti regarding his own position last week, has been in charge at Brisbane Road since 2010 and on Saturday said he was “proud” to be linked with Cardiff.