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Bob Weir & Bill Kreutzmann Present Inaugural ‘Rising Up To Paradise’ Concert In Hawaii [Full Show Audio]

first_imgBob Weir and Billy “The Drummer” Kreutzmann were in Hawaii to help fans and music-loving local island dwellers celebrate the arrival of 2019 with a guest-filled performance at the Crazy Rooster Ranch on Monday night. Rising Up To Paradise – 12/31/18[Audio: Jay H. Taylor] Bob Weir and Bill Kreutzmann – Ripple – 12/31/2018[Video: Grateful Dead Kauai Hawaii 2018/19 Concert] Setlist: Rising Up To Paradise | Crazy Rooster Ranch | North Shore, HI | 12/31/2018 Set One: Sugar Magnolia$* (Grateful Dead cover), Cassidy*#!, Franklin’s Tower$*# (Grateful Dead cover), Tennessee Jed$*# (Grateful Dead cover), Deep Elm Blues%! (Traditional), I’ve Been All Around This World%! (Grateful Dead cover), Weather Report Suite*#! (Grateful Dead cover) > Let It Grow$*#! (Grateful Dead cover)Set Two (feat. Jeff Chimenti, Steve Kimock, and Robin Sylvester): Help On The Way (Grateful Dead cover) > Scarlett Begonias (Grateful Dead cover) > Fire On The Bayou^ (The Meters cover), Sugaree^ (Jerry Garcia Cover), Iko Iko^ (The Dixie Cups cover) > Drums > Estimated Prophet (Grateful Dead cover) > Eyes of the World (Grateful Dead cover) > 2019 Celebration with Hula DancersEncore: The Music Never Stopped (Grateful Dead cover) > Touch of Grey (Grateful Dead cover), Ripple (Grateful Dead cover)Notes:$ w/Robin Sylvester^ w/George Porter Jr* w/Steve Kimock# w/Jeff Chimenti! w/Don Was% w/Taj Mahal The event may not have had as many wild LSD stories as some of the Dead’s NYE performances from the past, but the inaugural Rising Up To Paradise did give Deadheads an excuse to ditch the chilly mainland for a much-needed holiday vacation. Dead & Company will keep the tropical vibes going when they return to Riviera Maya, Mexico for their annual Playing In The Sand destination event later this month on January 17th-20th, which is sold out. Celebrating New Year’s Eve on the island of Kauai acted as a change of scenery for the two former Grateful Dead members, as they had hosted plenty of infamous NYE concerts around the Bay Area of California during their time in the well-known jam band. The two musicians were joined at the inaugural Rising Up To Paradise event by a mix of rotating musicians including George Porter Jr., Steve Kimock, Weir’s Dead & Company bandmate Jeff Chimenti, Robin Sylvester, and Wally Ingram. The night also included performances from The Dirty Knobs with Mike Campbell, Taj Mahal, and Island Grass, with a DJ set from DJ Logic which kept the party going well into the early morning hours of the new year. The show began with Robin Sylvester and Steve Kimock joining the two for a lively cover of “Sugar Magnolia” to help get the audience into the right state of sunshine-drenched energy for their island party. Next came a cover of “Cassidy” from the Weir solo catalogue, which also featured Chimenti and bassist Don Was from the Wolf Bros trio. Sylvester returned to the stage for a few more Dead favorites in “Franklin’s Tower” and “Tennessee Jed”. Don Was returned to the stage with guitarist Taj Mahal to play the traditional blues tune, “Deep Elem Blues”, followed by “I’ve Been All Around This World”. The set came to a close with Kimock, Chimenti, and Was helping out with a cover of “Weather Report Suite” and “Let It Grow”. Set two kept the island energy going with Chimenti, Kimock, and Sylvester remaining on stage throughout the entire second half of the show. They began with a trio of jam-friendly tunes in “Help On The Way” > “Scarlet Begonias” > The Meters’ “Fire On The Bayou”, with the latter welcoming George Porter Jr. to help sing the song’s refrain. Porter stayed on stage to help perform Jerry Garia‘s solo ballad, “Sugaree” before going right into “Iko Iko”. Next came Drums, “Estimated Prophet” and “Eyes of the World” before the band and fans celebrated the arrival of 2019 with some culturally fitting hula dancers to close out the set. They would return for a three-song encore of “The Music Never Stopped” into “Touch of Grey”, before ending the night with “Ripple”. Setlist: Rising Up To Paradise | Crazy Rooster Ranch | North Shore, HI | 12/31/2018 Set One: Sugar Magnolia$* (Grateful Dead cover), Cassidy*#!, Franklin’s Tower$*# (Grateful Dead cover), Tennessee Jed$*# (Grateful Dead cover), Deep Elm Blues%! (Traditional), I’ve Been All Around This World%! (Grateful Dead cover), Weather Report Suite*#! (Grateful Dead cover) > Let It Grow$*#! (Grateful Dead cover)Set Two (feat. Jeff Chimenti, Steve Kimock, and Robin Sylvester): Help On The Way (Grateful Dead cover) > Scarlett Begonias (Grateful Dead cover) > Fire On The Mountain^ (Grateful Dead cover), Sugaree^ (Jerry Garcia Cover), Iko Iko^ (The Dixie Cups cover) > Drums > Estimated Prophet (Grateful Dead cover) > Eyes of the World (Grateful Dead cover) > 2019 Celebration with Hula DancersEncore: The Music Never Stopped (Grateful Dead cover) > Touch of Grey (Grateful Dead cover), Ripple (Grateful Dead cover)Notes:$ w/Robin Sylvester^ w/George Porter Jr* w/Steve Kimock# w/Jeff Chimenti! w/Don Was% w/Taj Mahallast_img read more

Eunice F. Miller

first_imgEunice F. Miller, age 84 of Batesville, died Friday, March 20, 2020 at her home. Born November 5, 1935 in Franklin County Indiana, she is the daughter of Bertha (Nee: Geis) and William Metz. She worked 19 years at the Hill-Rom Company as an assembler.Family was most important to Eunice and she dearly loved having her children and grandchildren with her. Very devout, her religion was also important to her. She enjoyed traveling with her brothers and sisters, having visited every state, as well as Canada and Mexico. She also liked going for a leisurely ride in the country. According to her family, Eunice was an exceptional cook and her lasagna, dirt cake and carrot cake will be sorely missed by all. Other activities she enjoyed were trips to the casino, bingo and playing cards at the senior center.Eunice is survived by her daughters Cindy Moody of Cincinnati, Charlene Faust of Batesville, Cathy Hoog of Sunman, Connie Miller of Batesville, Bonnie Krekeler of Batesville; sons Joseph Miller Jr. and Scott Miller, both of Batesville; sister Dolores Bosse of Cincinnati, brothers Thomas Metz of Connersville, Indiana, William Metz of Cincinnati; 19 grandchildren and 26 great grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she is also preceded in death by sisters Roslyn Volk, Lucille Hilbert, Catherine Back, Rosemary Moster; brothers Anthony, James, Harry and Paul Metz and great granddaughter Adalynn Rose Miller.Due to the Governor’s mandate limiting gatherings to 50 people because of the Corona Virus pandemic, a private visitation and funeral service will be held for the immediate family on Wednesday. Burial will be in St. Louis Cemetery. You are encouraged to go to www.weigelfh.com and leave a message for the family on Eunice’s obituary page. The family requests memorials to the St. Anthony’s Haiti Mission Fund (www.gandouministry.com) and may be sent to Weigel Funeral Home, P.O. Box 36, Batesville, Indiana, 47006.last_img read more

Gujarat poll results 2017: As you wait for people’s verdict, a quick look at best-worst exit poll scenarios

first_imgThe wait is over. Well, almost. In an hour or so, at counting centres across Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state, early trends for the Gujarat election results will begin to emerge. The prime minister is sure to be watching closely, as is BJP president Amit Shah, Congress president Rahul Gandhi and the trio of leaders who bolstered the INC’s campaign – Hardik Patel, Alpesh Thakor and Jignesh Mevani.The Gujarat election result is arguably the most-awaited of the year, not least because a Congress win would, in sports parlance, would go ‘against the run of play.’ The BJP has won election after election in recent months – the assembly and civic polls in Punjab being notable exceptions – and a triumph in Gujarat would buoy the Grand Old Party ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.But did Gujarat election result exit polls give the Congress any hope of achieving that? Short answer: No.All exit polls pointed to a BJP win, but Rahul Gandhi may not be completely unhappy with the best case scenario. And the BJP is sure to be disappointed with the worst case scenario, even though it’s a win. As you wait for the people’s verdict, here are some exit poll numbers for you to look at.Gujarat election 2017: Best case scenario for BJP128 seats. That’s how many seats Narendra Modi’s party will get, if News Nation’s exit poll is accurate. (It’s far less than the 150 seats Amit Shah wanted!)Gujarat election 2017: Best case scenario for Congressadvertisement82 seats. The India Today-Axis My India exit poll says the Congress’ seat-share in the Gujarat Vidhan Sabha will increase by 39. That’s a strong Opposition.Gujarat election 2017: Worst case scenario for BJP99. That’s the India Today-Axis My India exit poll’s projection. Still a win. (92 seats is the half-way mark)Gujarat election 2017: Worst case scenario for Congress52 seats – News Nation’s projection.Gujarat election 2017: Average of all exit polls111 for the BJP, and 70 for the Congress.And what about the Himachal Pradesh election (yes, don’t forget , there was an assembly poll there, too!)?BJP best case – 55 (India Today – Axis My India)Congress best case – 32 (ABP CSDS)BJP worst case – 41 (Republic TV)Congress worst case – 13 (India Today – Axis My India, Chanakya)Read this story to learn more. India Today brings you the best coverage of the Gujarat assembly election result 2017 – follow our live blog, watch live TV and read all our stories on the election results. And here’s our Himachal Pradesh assembly election result live blog. WATCH | India Today – Axis My India poll suggests BJP will lead in Gujarat assembly electionslast_img read more