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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

From homeless to hero: One dog’s journey to join the Owego Police Department

first_imgFor Maggie, she’s now found a lifelong partner, family, and a purpose. To follow Maggie’s journey as a police dog, you can check out her social media on Facebook and Instagram. OWEGO (WBNG) — Most police dogs are born and bred to join the force, but for Maggie, her story is a little more unique, starting her life as a stray. “You’ve got a partner that’s with you 24/7, man’s best friend, who wouldn’t want that?” Said Pike. Maggie went from being a stray to passing her narcotics and tracking tests. The Southern Tier Canine Association then donated her to the Owego Police Department, along with $6,000 in equipment for her daily job. That’s where she met her new co-worker, Officer Pike. “She was set up to go with someone who had a paid kennel, and she was at that kennel for a little,” said Andrew Pike, an Owego police officer and Maggie’s handler. “Her owner never picked her up, so she got sent back to the shelter.” “High drive, a lot of energy, very sweet, she’s a good combination,” said Pike. “She’s almost connected at my hip. I went out to the garage the other day from the house, and my family said she was standing at the glass door the whole time watching, waiting, waiting for me to come back,” said Pike. After being adopted a second time, that family left her behind as well. That’s when the Southern Tier Canine Association stepped in, seeing potential in the pitbull and Belgian malinois mix. last_img read more

Golden Bucks withstand toughest test of the season

first_img Latest Posts Bio Fitness trainer is now cancer-exercise expert – October 12, 2014 In a battle of unbeaten teams, the Bucksport Golden Bucks built a 35-14 lead and held off the rallying Huskies of Maine Central Institute in the fourth quarter to notch their seventh win of the season in Pittsfield Friday night.Jack Cyr and Josh Gray each scored three touchdowns and Gray booted six extra points as the Golden Bucks prevailed 42-35 over the Huskies.The Golden Bucks will close out the regular season at home Friday at 7 p.m. against the still unbeaten Mattanawcook Academy Lynx.Find in-depth coverage of local news in The Ellsworth American. Subscribe digitally or in print. Latest posts by Fenceviewer Staff (see all) Schoodic Grange hosting sale – October 30, 2014 This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text Fenceviewer Staff Town report wins award – October 11, 2014last_img read more

Six Trojans selected so far in MLB draft

first_imgUSC baseball may have only logged a 28-28 season in 2009, but six Trojans have already been selected in this week’s MLB draft.Highly touted junior shortstop Grant Green was the first to go, in the first round at 13th overall to the Oakland Athletics.Green hit .374 with four home runs and 32 RBI this season for the Trojans. In his three years, his .359 career average places him sixth on USC’s all-time list.Under baseball rules, Green still retains his eligibility to return to USC for his senior season if he wishes, but the 21-year-old has stated in the past that he feels ready to sign and go to the minor leagues.Last year’s No. 13 selection, former Pac-10 player of the year Brett Wallace, signed for a 1.84 million signing bonus with the St. Louis Cardinals.Green’s advisor, Scott Boras, has a history of holdouts and long negotiations with top prospects.Two other top USC juniors made waves on the first day of the draft, as righthander Brad Boxberger was selected 43rd overall by the Cincinnati Reds and catcher Robert Stock was taken with the 67th pick by the St. Louis Cardinals.Boxberger started his college career on the right track, earning second-team All-America honors and posting a 3.20 ERA as a freshman, but he slipped in 2008 and went 2-4 with a 6.14 ERA. He then spent the summer in the Cape Cod Baseball League and shined as a closer for the Chatham A’s before establishing himself as USC’s ace in 2009. In 14 starts, he went 6-3 with a 3.16 ERA and garnered All-Pac-10 honors.Boxberger’s father, Rod, was a first-round pick of the Houston Astros in 1978 out of USC. Rod Boxberger pitched six minor league seasons but never made a big-league appearance.Stock enrolled in USC after his junior year at Agoura High— where he was named Baseball America Youth Player of the Year — but failed to improve much at the plate in his three years as a Trojan. He never hit above .300 and recorded only a .226 average this season. Stock began the season as the Trojans’ closer but moved to the rotation mid-season. He became the Saturday starter for USC, going 5-4 and registering a 2.90 ERA. Stock struck out 66 hitters in 59 and two-thirds innings, but he has voiced a desire to play catcher at the next level and the Cardinals drafted him as a backstop.On the second day of the draft, three more Trojans were picked.Senior lefthander Anthony Vasquez and junior catcher Hector Rabago were each picked in the 18th round, by the Seattle Mariners and New York Yankees, respectively.Vasquez went 4-6 with a 4.33 ERA in his final year with USC after transferring from Texas A&M prior to his sophomore season. He also served as a middle-of-the-lineup bat for the Trojans, hitting .307 with six home runs in 2009, but he was selected as a pitcher by the Mariners.Starting the season at second base Rabago hit only .257 in 183 bats but showed improvement defensively when he played primarily at catcher as the season went on. College catchers are often looked at as a valuable commodity in the draft.Senior righthander Daniel Cooper marked the final Trojan selection of the day, going in the 21st round (623rd overall) to the Mariners. Before 2009, Cooper had pitched just 18 and two-thirds major college innings, allowing 14 earned runs. This season, though, Cooper became USC’s most effective reliever, recording 34 and two-thirds innings pitched with a 2.08 ERA. The six-foot-three, 203-pound Cooper transferred to USC from Rice before his junior season.With the third day of the draft — meaning rounds 30-50 — yet to come, there are other Trojans who could hear their names called: namely junior righthander Kevin Couture.last_img read more