Full Audio From Gov’t Mule & Friends’ Star-Studded Set At The Peach Has Emerged [Listen]

first_imgSETLIST: 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:last_img

Bronze for Cunningham and Cameron

first_img In the final, England’s Jamie-Lea Winch and Natalie Melmore suffered a 20-17 defeat against South Africa. England were 16-11 ahead but had to force the game into an extra end, and Tracy-Lee Botha and Colleen Piketh went on to claim gold. Northern Ireland bowlers Mandy Cunningham and Barbara Cameron won bronze in the women’s pairs with a 15-14 victory over Jersey’s Katie Nixon and Lindsey Greechan. Northern Ireland’s medal was only their third so far of the Games, although they are guaranteed nine more in the boxing, and their win in a close match prevented Jersey claiming their first medal in any sport since 1990. And for Cameron, it was her first medal in five Games. The 52-year-old Ballymena bowler said: “I’ve been close to this position on a few occasions but this is it now. It’s brilliant, I can’t really explain how it feels, it’s unbelievable. “It’s a dream come true. You never give up on your dreams.” Cunningham added: “I’m still in shock. I’m absolutely delighted for Barbara. She has said she is bowing out but I think we might try to talk her round.” center_img Press Associationlast_img

Major Changes in Gov’t

first_imgNational Commission on DisabilitiesMrs. Ricardia Dennis, Executive DirectorRev. Fallah Boima, Deputy Director for AdministrationMr. Joshua Bull, Deputy Director for Technical Services Ministry of Health Dr. Bernice Dahn, MinisterDr. Francis Kateh, Deputy Minister of Health/Chief Medical OfficerMr. Edward B. Tolbert, Deputy Minister for AdministrationMr. Tolbert Nyenswah, Head of the Incident Management System and the (with the rank of Deputy Minister) Emergency Operation Center Ministry of EducationMr. George Werner, Minister Mr. Aagon Tingba, Deputy Minister, AdministrationDr. Romelle A. Horton, Deputy Minister, Instruction Mr. Gbovadeh Gbilia, Assistant Minister, Fiscal Affairs & Human Resource DevelopmentMr. Seklau Dukuly, Assistant Minister, Science, Technology, Vocational and Special Education Mrs. Felicia Doe-Sumah, Assistant Minister, Basic and Secondary Education Mr. Augustine Martin Kuleh, Asst. Minister, Student Personnel Services Mrs. Yukhiko D’Lovette Amnon, Assistant Minister, Early Childhood Education Mr. Advertus O. Wright, Assistant Minister, Teacher Education Ministry of Youth and SportsMr. Lance Gbagonyon, Assistant Minister for Youth Development (replacing Mr. Teeko Yorlay, who goes away for further training) Additionally, she has constituted the National Education Advisory Board which comprise of:Five Members of the County School Boards (to be provided by MoE)Chairperson of the Monrovia Consolidated School System (to be provided by MCSS)The President of the Principal Association of Liberia; (to be provided by MoE)The President of the National Teachers Association of Liberia (MoE)The President of the Parent Teacher Association of Liberia (MoE)Dr. Elizabeth Davis-Russell (the President)The Executive Secretary of the Association of Liberian Universities (MoE)One Representative of the Federation of Labor Union (MoL)The President of Liberian National Students Union (MoE)One Representative from the Civil Service Association; (Civil Service)One Representative from the Chamber of Commerce; (Chamber of Commerce)One Representative from the Association of Private School Operators (MoE)The National Head of the West Africa Examination Council (MoE)One Representative from the Technical and Vocational Education Training Institute (MoE & MY&S) President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has made major changes in government affecting the ministries of Education, Health, LPRC, among others.Those appointed are subject to confirmation where applicable.The exercise, according to an ELBC exclusive late news yesterday, became necessary to bring more effectiveness into government.Some of those appointed include Dr. Bernice Dahn, Minister of Health and Social Welfare (MOH/SW). Until her appointment, Dr. Dahn served as Chief Medical Officer (CMO).Others appointed at the MOH/SW are Dr. Francis Nah Kateh, Deputy Minister and CMO, succeeding Dr. Dahn. Dr. Kateh previously served as Chief Medical Officer in-charge of the Jackson Fiah Doe (JFD) Memorial Hospital in Tappita, Lower Nimba County.At the same time, President Sirleaf has named Mr. Tolbert Nyeswah, head of Ebola Incident Management Team, with the rank of Deputy Minister and Emergency Operations, MOH/SW.Others: Lofa County former Senator, Prof. Sumo Kupee, Managing Director, LPRC replacing T. Nelson Williams; while George Werner has meanwhile replaced Education Madame Etmonia David Tarpeh, as Minister of Education. He too has remained as the director general at the Civil Service Agency (CSA) when he was rejected by the Senate following his designation last year as Minister of Health to replace Dr. Walter T. Gwenigale, who has retired.President Sirleaf also named Dr. Puchu Leona Bernard as the new CSA Director-General, while former Cuttington University president, Dr. Henrique Tokpa becomes Chairman of the Board of Directors, National Port Authority (NPA).Meanwhile, President Sireaf has dissolved the entire board of the Liberia Airport Authority to be reconstituted subsequently.  Ministry of Internal AffairsMr. Stephen Neufville, Deputy Minister for Urban Affairs Ministry of Public WorksMr. Ousman Kamara, Assistant Minister for Administration Mr. William Slour, Assistant Minister for OperationsMr. N. Pawon Baoyue, Assistant Minister for Planning and ProgrammingMr. Sumoiwuo Zizi Harris, Assistant Minister for Rural Development National Port AuthorityDr. Henrique Tokpah, Chairman of the Board of Directors The President has also reconstituted the Monrovia Consolidated School System Board:Mrs. Hester Williams Catakaw Cllr. Rosemarie JamesMrs. Christine NormanMs. Alveria Morris-RaynesMr. Charles S. N’TowMs. Hawa NorrisMr. Emmanuel O. KparhMother Mary N. Brownell – Advisor Paynesville City CouncilMr. Abel VokerMr. Nowai GorlorwuluMr. Massaquoi KamaraMr. James DaviesMs. Alice BaysahMr. Formbah TrawallyMrs. Lorpu KandakaiMrs. Zoe BakerMs. Cyvette Gibson Ministry of JusticeCllr. Emmanuel Tulay, Deputy Minister for Economic AffairsCllr. Harriette read more