Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Shares Pro-Shot Video Of Bob Weir’s “Gonesville” Debut And “Shakedown Street”

first_imgIn the beginning of June, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead released the official soundboard of their 1st Bank performance. You can take a listen to the entirety of the show here, and check out the setlist from the night below.[Photo: Andrew Rios]Setlist: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead | 1st Bank Center | Broomfield, CO | 4/29/2017Set One (8:39PM – 10:17PM): Shelter From The Storm @ (TH) -> Bertha > Let It Grow -> No Quarter Jam # -> Help On The Way > Slipknot! $ > Throwing Stones, Must Have Been Roses, Gonesville % (SM) -> Shakedown Street ^Set Two (10:45PM – 12:53AM) &&: Morfbeats & -> Space *-> Dark Star + -> Half Step -> Estimated Prophet -> Terrapin Suite > The Other One > Eyes Of The World @@Encore One: One More Saturday Night -> Cold Rain & Snow Jam ## -> One More Saturday Night Reprise ##, Not Fade Away $$ -> Tequila Jam -> Not Fade Away RepriseEncore Two: Ripple, Born To Run %%Notes:@ – Bob Dylan Cover, First Time Played by Almost Dead# – Not played by Almost Dead since The Belly Up, Aspen, CO, 2016-07-02, a gap of 32 shows$ – With a “Duo Jam”% – Bob Weir cover, from “Blue Mountain”, First Time Played by Almost Dead^ – With short China Cat & Cold Rain & Snow Jams (Band)& – Kind of a Drums -> Space Hybrid, with Joe, Adam Morford, Billy Martin & John Medeski, playing crazy percussion instruments created & built by Adam Morford on a riser behind Joe’s kit. Eventually Marco, Tommy, Dave & Scott joined in & the segment evolved into Space. First Time Played by Almost Dead.&& – Entire second set from Space on & encore with Stuart Bogie on Sax, flute & clarinet.* – With John Medeski on percussion & then Hammond Organ and Billy Martin & Adam Morford on Percussion+ – With John Medeski on Hammond Organ and Billy Martin & Adam Morford on [email protected]@ – With a tease of what I think was a Tears for Fears tune (TH)## – First Time Played by Almost Dead$$ – With Black Throated Wind teases (SM), Chuckles (WOLF) Teases (SM) and a “Duo Jam”%% – Played with the house lights on On April 29th, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead performed at 1st Bank Center in Broomsville, Colorado, along with supporting act Medeski, Martn & Wood. The show was originally scheduled as the Grateful Dead-inspired ensemble’s headlining Red Rocks Amphitheatre debut, though the performance was rescheduled to the end of August due to weather concerns. Despite these last minute changes, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead put on a fine performance at the sold-out indoor arena, which saw the act offer a number of all-star collaborations, multiple song debuts, and stellar renditions of classic Grateful Dead tunes.Now For Something Completely Different: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead’s Spectacular Arena Debut [Full Audio]Today, the band released pro-shot video of their takes on Bob Weir’s “Gonesville” and “Shakedown Street,” which closed their first set of the night. “Gonesville” is a cover off of Bob Weir’s recently released solo album, Blue Mountain, and Almost Dead’s rendition of the classic-sounding number heavily featured Marco Benevento on the grand. From there, the group closed out the first set with “Shakedown Street,” making for a high-energy climax ahead of set break, featuring teases of “China Cat Sunflower” and particularly interesting rhythmic counterpoint offered by Scott Metzger. You can watch the pro-shot video of the group’s first-set closer at 1st Bank Center, below courtesy of the band.last_img read more

Cardinals Basketball Results

first_imgThe 5th Grade SLS Basketball Cardinals defeated St. Paul’s Monday, December 8 by the score 42-15.Abe Streator and Hunter Laudick led the team in scoring while Kyle Salatin played an “all-around” good game.The Cardinals will play St. Paul’s again, Wednesday, December 10 at SLS Activitiy Center.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Dale Amrhein.The St. Louis 6th grade boys basketball team had their undefeated record broken last night by the SEI Tigers 34-29.The game was hard fought by both teams. St Louis led at half 18-15 but the Tigers came back in the second half to tie the game at 29 and with less 2 minutes to go in the game forced a turnover and turned it in to two points to take the lead. St. Louis was unable to score on their next possession and the Tigers made key free throws down the stretch to win the game by the score of 34-29.The Tigers were led by Elisha Moore 20 points. The Cardinals were led defensively by Sam Voegele and Riley Schebler and offensively were led by Andrew Oesterling, Max Giesting, Wil Freeland, Kurt Siefert, Sam Voegele and Michael Wanstrath.St. Louis plays St. Michael’s on Thursday with the 5th starting at 6:00 and the 6th at 7:00.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Jim Oesterling.last_img read more

Coach Doc Rivers a ‘fan’ of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson from way back

first_imgCALL HIS NUMBERThe work hasn’t exactly been steady, but Patrick Patterson is OK with that.With 8.8 million viewers tuned in on Christmas Day, the 30-year-old forward joined the superstars on the court at the start of the high-profile proceedings, and he wound up playing 14 minutes and scoring four points in the Clippers’ victory over the Lakers.Patterson also started the previous game, a loss to Oklahoma City in which he logged 18 minutes and finished 5 for 7 from the floor. But before that, he hadn’t started since Dec. 9.In his first season with the Clippers, Patterson’s minutes have fluctuated from as many as 30 to fewer than three. There have been five games that he’s gotten just one shot and two games that he’s taken 10 or more. He’s started 11 games and been relegated to the bench on two other occasions.At shootaround Thursday, he described tapping into nine-plus NBA seasons to help him cope effectively with such an ever-shifting role.“From being a starter, being a guy who’s a focal point of a team, to being one of the guys who comes off the bench, to being a role player shooting 3s, I’ve just had different roles, different systems in my career and I’ve just been able to adapt,” Patterson said.“So credit to the coaches I’ve had, the players, the vets alongside who I’ve been able to talk to. It’s tough to accept certain roles — lesser roles — than what you want, but if the ultimate goal is to win and be successful, that should (be enough).”Patterson — who is averaging 5.5 points and 3.2 rebounds and shooting 40.4 percent from 3-point range, in 14.9 minutes per game — said he values straight talk from coaches to help him stay prepared for, well, anything.“The coaches are very black and white, which is something I appreciate,” he said. “If I’m not playing well, they tell me. If I need to work on something, they tell me. If I’m playing good, they tell me. So I think open communication is key, being able to accept and take constructive criticism and build off of that. We have that on this team.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error For his part, Clarkson’s earliest recollections of Rivers are fuzzier, though they’re also fond: “My dad was coaching over there, so they used to come play, we used to go to their house, chill. He always been a good person, that’s all I can really remember.”He has a more concrete memory of working out for the Clippers before his rookie season, and that it was helpful to have an old family friend involved with the process.“It was crazy, I went to work out for them as a rookie coming into the league, he was talking all them stories and stuff,” Clarkson said. “It’s just cool being on this stage, being able to him see me grow into who I am today.”Rivers said he thinks Utah will suit Clarkson, who has never experienced a winning season in the NBA; his 40-41 mark — split between the Lakers and Cavaliers in 2017-18 — is the closest he’s come to breaking even.“I’ve been a big Clarkson fan for a long time,” said Rivers of the offensive-minded guard, who is averaging 14.4 points per game this season. “I think he’s a great pickup, I really do, he can add scoring. And we’ll see, ’cause he hasn’t been in a lot of winning situations, but I think he’s with the right group, a very serious group on the floor. I think that’ll help him.”center_img LOS ANGELES — Doc Rivers is pulling for Jordan Clarkson.The Clippers coach has known Clarkson — who on Monday was traded from the Cleveland Cavalier to the Utah Jazz for Dante Exum and a pair of second-round draft picks — since he was 3 years old. He’s even got a photo somewhere to prove it, Rivers said.Mike Clarkson, Jordan’s dad, was active in the local sporting scene in San Antonio, where Doc Rivers played from 1994-96.“Just living in San Antonio, his dad would come over the house. His dad washed cars, did youth basketball and football. He was very popular in the San Antonio area, and I think he worked with some of my kids,” Rivers recalled before Saturday’s game against Clarkson’s new team.last_img read more