Watch Bob Weir’s Acoustic “Bird Song” On Night Two Of His Campfire Tour

first_imgGrateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir kicked off his brief, country-spanning “Campfire Tour” last Friday, and stopped at the Fox Theater in Oakland, CA for a great performance last night. Weir recently released Blue Mountain, his first full batch of solo songwriting in over 30 years. The album itself paints a beautiful picture of cowboy living, but the music truly comes to life witnessing Weir with a guitar in hand.At times Weir would play by himself, at others he would perform with his newly-arranged ensemble that includes Steve Kimock, Bryan Devendorf, Scott Devendorf, Jon Shaw and Josh Kaufman. While the show focused on the music of Blue Mountain, there were plenty of treats for Weir’s longtime fans. He even opened the show with a cover of Bob Dylan’s “When I Paint My Masterpiece,” and included “Big River,” “Friend of the Devil,” “Bird Song,” “Cassidy,” “Ship Of Fools,” “Standing On The Moon” and “Going Down The Road Feelin’ Bad” throughout the performance. The encore saw Weir and his band play “Ki-Yi Bossie” and “Peggy-O,” closing out the night with the emotional two-song pairing.Thanks to YouTube user gridlifeTV, we can watch a handful of videos from the performance, including the great 14-minute version of “Bird Song”. Tune in below and enjoy.GonesvilleBird SongKi-Yi BossieThe full setlist can be seen below. [Photo courtesy of mattbusch28 // Instagram]last_img

Cyber actors continue to exploit enterprise vulnerabilities

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » Exposing the Fraud Techniques Currently Favored by Cyber CriminalsCybercrime isn’t much different from traditional crime. More often than not, the motive is purely financial. That objective drives cyber criminals to continuously evolve their tactics and techniques to ensure they are always making money and increasing their take.Their gain leads to your loss—financial, operational and reputational. Moreover, it can result in a harsh regulatory enforcement action that further exacerbates such losses. For Equifax, this amounted to a $700 million settlement with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and the Federal Trade Commission.Financial institutions defending against yesterday’s methods put themselves at greater risk of such loss. Instead, they need to be as nimble in their cyber defenses as their adversaries are in their cyber offense.How do you get there? To begin, you need to understand the latest cybercrime trends.last_img