Tedeschi Trucks Band Kicks Off 4-Night Run In Nashville [Videos]

first_imgOn Friday night, Tedeschi Trucks Band continued their tour with the first of four performances at Nashville Tennessee’s Ryman Auditorium. With the band hot off a standout two-night run at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York, the powerhouse twelve-piece laid out a stellar two-set show (marketed as “An Evening With TTB”). Across the evening, the group laid out their characteristic mix of originals, both from Tedeschi Trucks Band, as well as a number of choice covers.The first set opened with a four-song string of original Tedeschi Trucks Band tunes, including “Anyhow” and “Laugh About It” off 2016’s Let Me Get By, “Part Of Me” off 2013’s Made Up Mind, “Laugh About It”, and the recently debuted “All The World”. After digging through their original catalog, the band then turned to a string of covers—Elmore James’ “The Sky Is Crying”, Toots & The Maytals’ “Sailing On”, and Derek Trucks Band’s “Mahjoun”—before landing in an extended drum segment featuring Tyler Greenwell and JJ Johnson and the set-closing original “Let Me Get By”.Returning for set two, the group offered up their beloved rendition of “Statesboro Blues” and a take on their relatively new song “Shame”. Following a cover of “Goin’ Down Slow” and the group’s own “Do I Look Worried?”, Derek Trucks led the band in a cover of Derek and the Dominos’ “Anyday”, which featured teases of the Allman Brothers Band’s “Blue Sky” throughout. As Tedeschi Trucks Band barrelled through to the close of the second set, the band laid out pristine versions of Bob Dylan’s “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right” and Johnny Moore’s Three Blazers’ “How Blue Can You Get?” before ending the frame in full with “Idle Wind”. The show’s encore first saw Susan Tedeschi and Kofi Burbridge come out for a standout take on Leon Russell’s “A Song For You” before the band closed out the night in full with Derek Trucks Band’s “Get What You Deserve”.Setlist: Tedeschi Trucks Band | Ryman Auditorium | Nashville, TN | 2/23/2018Set One: Anyhow, Part Of Me, Laugh About It, All The World, Sky Is Crying, Sailing On, Mahjoun, Let Me Get BySet Two: Statesboro Blues, Shame, Goin’ Down Slow, Do I Look Worried?, Anyday, Don’t Think Twice It’s All Right, How Blue Can You Get?, Idle WindEncore: A Song For You, Get What You DeserveYou can check out a number of clips from last night’s show below, courtesy of Heidi Burson and Neil Devine.“Shame”“Anyday”Derek Trucks Sololast_img read more

CPL organisers, CWI agree on August start date for 2020 tournament

first_imgGROS ISLET, St Lucia (CMC) – Caribbean Premier League (CPL) organisers have struck an agreement with Cricket West Indies (CWI) which will see the popular domestic Twenty20 tournament revert to the August start date.The tournament, the eighth edition, will be played from August 19 to September 26, ensuring the availability of all West Indies contracted players.“We are very pleased to be playing our tournament in August and September, a time of year that is perfect for us and our fans,” said CPL’s chief operations officer, Pete Russell.“Having the best Caribbean cricketers and the world’s best overseas players is the foundation of our tournament and this period gives us that.“We may be just days away from the 2019 tournament, but we are already making plans for next year to ensure that we continue to see the phenomenal growth and economic impact that CPL has seen over the years.”This year’s tournament was initially carded for August 21 to September 27 but had to be pushed back to accommodate India’s tour of the Caribbean which concluded on Monday.The campaign bowled off yesterday in Port of Spain and will run until October 12.CWI chief executive Johnny Grave said it would be even more critical that all marquee West Indies players were available for the 2020 tournament, especially with the Caribbean side defending their T20 World Cup title in Australia next year.“The Hero CPL has developed into one of the best and most exciting T20 competitions in the world and we look forward to hosting another successful tournament next month,” he said.“We are pleased that we have once again found a window in our international calendar for the 2020 season to ensure that the best West Indian cricketers can take part, as the tournament plays a crucial role in our preparations and planning for the ICC T20 World Cup in 2020.”last_img read more

Now You Can Bargain Hunt On Pinterest

first_imgRelated Posts Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… Tags:#e-commerce#Fancy#Pinterest The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos At its inception, savings alerts only work with retailers that are already part of Pinterest’s Rich Pins, a program in which companies add code to their sites so Pinterest can scrape them for additional information about pinned products—including when that information changes. According to Pinterest’s business blog, any company that wants into the program can find the necessary code on its developer site.Pinterest isn’t at its heart a retail network, but it does drive more e-commerce traffic than Facebook, giving its investors high hopes. This latest rollout is an effort to get even the most passive users to consider turning pins into purchases. More retail oriented competitors, like Fab and Fancy, have slept with one eye open waiting for Pinterest to turn on the cash spigot. Although Pinterest is a site primarily for collecting and curating, not buying, it does have 70 million user accounts. If it chose to turn commercial, it’d instantly be the biggest player in the field. Savings alerts appear to be a step in that direction, although even if it causes a huge upsurge in purchases, Pinterest won’t profit directly. Instead, it might give the companies pinned there more incentive to drive  Pinterest’s already substantial traffic. Jon Jenkins, lead engineer at Pinterest, said the company currently has no plans to make money off its users. But that doesn’t mean it’s not above throwing an elbow or two at its rivals. lauren orsini Pinterest has just given users a new reason to lighten their wallets. On Thursday, the image-curating community introduced savings alerts, so you can be notified when a product you’ve previously pinned is suddenly available for a lower price.  A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Auditlast_img read more

10 months ago​Liverpool in Champions League because of Alisson – Robertson

first_imgAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say ​Liverpool in Champions League because of Alisson – Robertsonby Freddie Taylor10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool defender Andy Robertson is still grateful to goalkeeper Alisson.The Brazilian slipped up against Manchester United, fumbling a cross that led to an equalizer. But the Reds managed to get two goals in the second half to win 3-1.And Robertson knows that Alisson has saved Liverpool already this season, which means the odd mistake is forgiven.”He has been unbelievable this season and we all make mistakes,” the Scot said to the Evening Standard.”It is just if Mo Salah or Firmino make a mistake it maybe doesn’t get punished because it is up the other end, but that is unfortunately what a keeper has to put up with, if they make a mistake it usually turns into a goal.”Of course, he will be disappointed with it but he bounced back and we can’t moan about it, he has dug us out Tuesday night and we are still in the Champions League because of him.”We have not dug him out of a hole but we have put in a performance and his error hasn’t been highlighted because we have won the game and that is what a good squad does.” last_img read more