SETLIST: Gov’t Mule & Friends | The Peach Music Festival | Montage Mountain | Scranton, PA Traveling Tune > Stone Cold Rage, Revolution Come, Revolution GoCan’t You See#Soulshine* >Night Time Is The Right Time*Devil Likes It Slow+Which Way Do We Run+Hottentot^Kind Of Bird^Traveling Tune >Cortez The Killer%# w/ Marcus King & Jack Pearson* w/ Chuck Leavell & John Scofield+ w/ John Scofield^ w/ John Scofield & Marc Quiñones% w/ Jimmy Herring & John Bell[h/t – JamBuzz][Cover photo via Heath Robson/Gov’t Mule Facebook] This past Saturday, August 12th, following his appearance in The Peach Music Festival‘s all-star tribute to Gregg Allman and Butch Trucks, Warren Haynes took the stage with Gov’t Mule and a slew of special guests for an equally talent-packed “Gov’t Mule & Friends” set.Peach Fest Hosts Legendary Tribute To Gregg Allman And Butch Trucks, Widespread, Mule, And MoreAfter opening with three cuts off latest album, Revolution Come, Revolution Go, Gov’t Mule moved into a cover of The Marshall Tucker Band‘s “Can’t You See”, which featured sit-ins by Marcus King and Jack Pearson. Once King and Pearson had left the stage, Warren’s fellow Allman Brothers Band vet Chuck Leavell and guitar legend John Scofield joined the band for a heartfelt rendition of “Soulshine,” which segued into “Night Time Is The Right Time.”Revolutions Come And Revolutions Go, But Warren Haynes Is Here To Stay [Interview/Album Stream]Leavell then left the stage, while Scofield remained for renditions of “Devil Likes It Slow” and “Which Way Do We Run.” Next, former Allmans percussionist Marc Quiñones joined the Sco-Mule configuration onstage for performances of “Hottentot” and “Kind of Bird.” The band followed that up with a reprise of “Traveling Tune,” the road-weary Revolution Come…Revolution Go lament that opened the set. Finally, Mule pulled out their final surprise of the evening–Widespread Panic guitarists John Bell and Jimmy Herring–who helped lead the band through an incredible cover of Neil Young classic “Cortez The Killer” to close the show.You can listen to the full Gov’t Mule & Friends set from The Peach 2017 below courtesy of taper Ted Gakidis (uploaded by JamBuzz):You can also check out footage of Marcus King and Jack Pearson joining Mule for “Can’t You See” below, via YouTube user Sean Roche:
The property at 20-74 Noosa River Drive Noosa, North Shore.The two-bedroom, two-bathroom home is 20 minutes away from the popular Hastings St restaurants and cafes, and a quick ferry ride from Tewantin.David and Roslyn Grant purchased the freehold Noosa North Shore property more than 30 years ago after seeing it advertised in a window of the local real estate agency.“Nothing much has changed there over the years,” Mr Grant said.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investorless than 1 hour ago“We built the holiday home around 2002 or 2003 and it’s a lovely, peaceful place.” 20-74 Noosa River Drive Noosa, North Shore.Mr Grant realised the development potential in the land, which has 180m Noosa River frontage and is located adjacent to Sir Richard Branson’s Makepeace Island resort.“We’ll miss it greatly,” Mr Grant said.“You can walk straight across the road and throw a crab pot into the water or fish off the esplanade.“There’s no noise, despite the proximity to Noosa Marina and Noosaville.” Imagine waking up to this view at 20-74 Noosa River Drive Noosa, North Shore.Ray White — West End selling agents Clive O’Kelly and Ludo Perrier said they had received interest from people keen buy the property as their personal hideaway.“Land of this quality and size in the heart of one of the world’s most beautiful holiday destinations rarely becomes available,” Mr O’Kelly said. The auction of 20-74 Noosa River Drive, Noosa North Shore is part of the Ray White Auction Spectacular event at Brisbane’s Sofitel Hotel on Sunday, October 22. There’s plenty of space at 20-74 Noosa River Drive Noosa, North Shore.A SOUTHEAST Queensland home neighbouring Sir Richard Branson’s Makepeace Island Resort has hit the market, and there’s plenty of room to spread out.The property, on 24.51ha, is at 20-74 Noosa River Drive, Noosa North Shore and has been held by the same owners for more than 30 years, however their situation has changed and they need to sell.
Campbell has a decision to make.Alan CampbellThe Chiswick-based rower is aiming for a gold medal in 2012, but since 2008 he has won world medals in the single scull – arguably rowing’s highest profile event – but failed to take a world title.He must decide whether he has a better chance of an Olympic title in a larger boat, either the double or quadruple scull.Jordan Turner-HallAnother Harlequins player who recently signed a new contract, Turner-Hall is regarded by Quins boss Conor O’Shea as a better all-round performer now than when he was previously involved with the senior England squad. Still only 23, this looks like being a big year for the centre’s club and international aspirations.Ashley Theophane (pictured at top)Theophane’s journey from Feltham Young Offenders Institute to being the British light-welterweight champion is a heart rending tale – and his story could get even better. Another successful defence of his cherished Lonsdale belt will see the Kilburn boxer keep it outright and may pave the way for a world title shot.Armand TraoreDeemed not good enough by Arsenal, the Senegal international is far from the finished article and needs to improve the defensive side of his game. But if he can get regular first-team football at QPR after returning from the Africa Cup of Nations, Traore could be a much improved player 12 months down the line. Ouseph is eyeing Olympic glory.Rajiv OusephOuseph, the country’s number one men’s singles badminton player, is aiming to fulfil his Olympic dream in 2012. The 25-year-old from Hounslow has worked his way back into the world’s top 30 and defends his British title in February.Kerim FreiThe Austrian-born midfielder, who was raised in Switzerland, made his full Premier League debut for Fulham against Chelsea on Boxing Day and looks set for a bright future. With pace and skill in abundance, Frei is good enough to make a name for himself in the months and years ahead.Matthew BriggsBriggs’ performances since breaking into Fulham’s first team suggest he is well worth keeping an eye on. He became the youngest player in Premier League history when he made his debut against Middlesbrough aged only 16. Now 20, the left-back continues to make excellent progress. Reeves impressed during pre-season.Jake ReevesThe young Brentford midfielder’s sparkling pre-season performances suggested he has a bright future. His first-team outings have been limited, partly because of injury, but Reeves has plenty of ability.Shaleum LoganCaptured on a free transfer from Uwe Rosler’s former club Manchester City, Logan is arguably the pick of the German’s signings since he took over as Brentford manager. The right-back has been troubled by injury and needs to work on his defending, but going forward he is already a player to be reckoned with.Sam RobsonThe Australian batsman, 22, was outstanding for Middlesex as they won promotion in 2011. Robson has an English mother and a UK passport and is intent on playing for England in the future.Dean InmanThe 21-year-old Hampton & Richmond defender’s impressive performances suggest he is capable of playing at a higher level. QPR have had Inman on trial and a number of other clubs have him on their radars. 2012 could be a bumper year for sport in west London.As well as our football, cricket and rugby teams, we have boxers with high hopes. And there’s the small matter of the Olympics.Here are some of the local sports stars we think can make their mark over the next 12 months:AdChoices广告George GrovesHammersmith boxing prospect Groves, 23, enjoyed a superb 2011, beating arch rival James DeGale on a majority points decision and destroying Paul Smith in two rounds.He is unbeaten in his 12 professional fights yet has played down his chances of challenging for a world title soon, as has his trainer Adam Booth. But the British and Commonwealth super-middleweight champion will certainly be one to watch this year, which is likely to start with a rematch against rugged Scot Kenny Anderson, who caused him problems when they last met.Will DeGale and Groves meet again this year?James DeGaleThe Harlesden man, who won Olympic gold in 2008, bounced back from his ego-bruising defeat to Groves by capturing the European crown with a victory over Poland’s Piotr Wilczewski.Unlike Groves, DeGale is keen to talk up his chances of quickly securing a world title, which he is keen to achieve in 2012.Daniel SturridgeHaving established himself at Chelsea this season, 2012 could be the year Sturridge makes an impact on the international stage. Many Blues fans believe he should be playing through the middle, but on the right flank he has proved a handful for even the best Premier League sides.David StockdaleThis could be the year the Fulham goalkeeper also makes his mark for England. If he does, the catalyst will have been the injury to Mark Schwarzer that led to Stockdale’s recent recall from a loan spell at Ipswich. Since