Jimmy Herring, Col. Bruce & More Join Tedeschi Trucks Band [Full Audio]

first_imgTedeschi Trucks Band has been on a roll this summer, capitalizing on their Wheels of Soul tour to collaborate with some very special guests on a nightly basis. With North Mississippi Allstars and Los Lobos performing at each show as support, members of both bands – including Luther Dickinson, David Hidalgo and more – continue to find a home within the magic of Tedeschi Trucks Band. Last night’s stop at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Alpharetta, GA took that to a new level, as even more special guests joined in the fray.The first was the legendary Col. Bruce Hampton, who came out for a cover of the blues standard “Spoonful” with Luther Dickinson. Dickinson stayed on stage, and lent his hand to “Leaving Trunk” and “Midnight In Harlem.” Perhaps the biggest surprise was the appearance of Jimmy Herring, as the Widespread Panic guitarist linked up with Tedeschi Trucks for a version of Doyle Bramhall’s song, “I Want More.” The crowd was in utter appreciation of the musical fusion, and the guest appearances weren’t over! David Hidalgo, Cody Dickinson, and Steve Berlin all added their talents to “The Storm” to close the set. Luther Dickinson also rejoined one last time, adding some guitar to the fitting choice cover of The Beatles’ “With A Little Help From My Friends.”With all of that love from the music community, this was surely a great musical experience. Fortunately we can relive it from home, as taper Dillon Fries has provided a full audio recording of the set. Tune in below and enjoy!Setlist: Tedeschi Trucks Band at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, Alpharetta, GA – 7/23/16Keep On Growing, Don’t Know What It Means > The Letter, Isn’t It A Pity?, Laugh About It, Spoonful*, Leaving Trunk**, Midnight In Harlem**, I Want More***, I Pity The Fool, The Storm****Encore: Never Gonna Let You Go, With A Little Help From My Friends**Notes:* Col. Bruce Hampton (Vox), Luther Dickinson (Guitar)** Luther Dickinson (Guitar)*** Jimmy Herring (Guitar)**** David Hidalgo (Guitar)Cody Dickinson (Percussion)Steve Berlin (Saxophone)last_img read more

Mets legend Tom Seaver dies at 75

first_imgThe Mets released the following statement: Known as “The Franchise” and “Tom Terrific,” Seaver pitched in the big leagues for 20 seasons. He won 311 games and was an All-Star 12 times. Seaver is known as one of the best pitchers in the history of baseball and the Mets’ greatest player of all time. His all-time strikeouts (3,640) rank sixth in baseball. center_img (WBNG) — Mets legend and Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver has passed away at the age of 75. According to the Baseball Hall of Fame website, Seaver passed away in his sleep due to complications from Lewy body dementia and COVID-19.last_img

Costa gets three match ban

first_imgDiego Costa will miss tomorrow’s crucial clash between Chelsea and Manchester City at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea will be without their hugely-influential striker for the top-of-the-table clash after his suspension for stamping was upheld.The Spanish international has lost his appeal against a three-match ban for violent conduct after being found guilty of stamping on Liverpool’s Emre Can.last_img

Baldwin Park’s first female mayor dies in Temecula

first_img“The greatest thing about her was her elegance and her supportive and encouraging way,” Hastert, 53, said. “People loved her. She was just so nice.” Gregory Mesias lived in Baldwin Park for more than 40 years and worked to develop better parks and recreation services throughout the city. Hastert said Gregory Mesias’ passion for public service began when she was a young girl. “There was a street she’d walk down where she used to live, and she thought it would be safer with a traffic light so she wrote a letter to the city about it and a light was installed,” Hastert said. “That’s when she was only in high school. I think that’s what started her in public service.” Covina resident Laura Brady was friends with Gregory Mesias during her first campaign. BALDWIN PARK – Adelina Gregory Mesias, who was the first female mayor of Baldwin Park, died Wednesday at her home in Temecula. She was 92. Family members said she underwent surgery for breast cancer in February and had been at her home ever since. In 1964, Gregory Mesias was elected to the City Council and in 1971 made local history when she became mayor. She held the position for one year. Donna Hastert, Gregory Mesias’ step-daughter, said she will always remember her mother’s kind heart. “She had the most wonderful personality of anyone you’ve ever met,” said Brady, 82. “We would still send clippings to each other from our newspapers, and she was always very proud to be Baldwin Park’s first female mayor.” Funeral services for Gregory Mesias will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday at Rose Hills Memorial Park and Mortuary in Whittier. [email protected] (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2109 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more