PHOTOS: Jaimoe’s Jasssz Band At The Iridium Jazz Club In NYC 12/13/17

first_imgLoad remaining images On Wednesday, December 13, drummer Jaimoe took the stage with Jasssz Band at The Iridium Jazz Club for his monthly residency in New York City. The original Allman Brothers Band member is one of two surviving founders with us today, and any chance to see him is beyond special. During his concert performance, which included Allman Brothers tunes and classic jazz/blues covers, Jaimoe addressed the recent announcement from Dickey Betts that he plans to tour in 2018. While the decision was pending for quite some time, Jaimoe tells the audience how he called the former ABB guitarist/singer/songwriter and urged him to do what he does best: play live music. You can watch that segment of the evening in the video below:Check out the full gallery from photographer Eric Gettler!Jaimoe’s Jasssz Band | The Iridium | NYC | 12/13/17last_img read more

Twin 20 triumphs for Linkenhoker, Worrell in Virginia Sprint Series Shenandoah show

first_imgBy Jim HainesSHENANDOAH, Va. (May 14) – A rain delay on April 30 after the trophy dash meant a changeup format was put into play when Virginia Sprint Series drivers returned to Shenandoah Speedway Saturday night for a pair of twin 20-lap features.Anthony Linkenhoker became the first repeat winner for IMCA EMI RaceSaver Sprint Cars this season in the rescheduled race, Glenn Worrell earned his first pavement win in the night­cap and Bill Rice went home with two runner-up finishes.The first feature had Worrell and Tony Harris on the front row with Harris out first. Rice was strong up high right behind them and got Worrell first and then Harris on lap six, but Linkenhoker was coming on strong as well.Linkenhoker was in second by lap 10 and in the lead for good two laps later. Worrell was pressing Rice as laps ran out.Feature number two had Worrell and Harris on the point as the green waved with Worrell out front on the bottom and Harris mid-track. The two traded the lead lap after lap with Worrell gaining the upper hand on lap eight.Rice moved to second but was no match as Worrell remained smooth and fast out front.Next week it’s back to Eastside Speedway in Waynesboro on Saturday, May 21 for another dirt track show.ResultsRescheduled feature – 1. Anthony Linkenhoker; 2. Bill Rice; 3. Glenn Worrell; 4. French Grimes; 5. Josh Perreault; 6. Jerald Harris; 7. Ron Moyers; 8. Tony Harris.Scheduled feature – 1. Worrell; 2. Rice; 3. Linkenhoker; 4. Jerald Harris; 5. Tony Harris; 6. French Grimes; 7. Perreault; 8. Moyers.last_img read more