On Friday night, the wonderful worlds of The Allman Brothers Band and The String Cheese Incident collided into an epic set of southern rock ballads. “The Allman Brothers’ Family Incident” came together at the very last minute, when Gregg Allman had to cancel his co-headlining set with the band, and members of Les Brers stepped in.The 2016 incarnation of the Allman Brothers Band, touring as Les Brers, includes founding members Jaimoe and Butch Trucks on drums, recent bassist Oteil Burbridge (Dead & Co.) and percussionist Marc Quiñones, and slide guitarist Jack Pearson (from 1997-99). In addition to these mushroom-official members, are vocalist Lamar Williams Jr. (son of bassist Lamar Williams who played in ABB after Berry Oakley) and keyboardist Bruce Katz, known as a regular member of Gregg Allman and Friends, Jaimoe’s Jasssz Band, and a frequent collaborator with ABB — making him the perfect fit for the B3 seat. In addition to these seven members of Les Brers, guitarist Scott Sharrard stepped in to help SCI perform the ever-expansive catalogue of the Allman Brothers Band, and has been assisting in the learning process over the past several weeks leading up to the epic tribute performance.The music of the Allman Brothers was both respected and enjoyed in a professional manner. The bluegrass-infused touch of the Cheese on an already southern book of songs made for a perfect cocktail to fans of either. The energy was at an all time high, with gratitude that the Peach Festival was able to pull off such a stellar replacement for Allman.Thanks to Rock, Roots, & Blues – Live! we can enjoy these high-definition videos below:Jessica w/ Butch Trucks, Oteil Burbridge, Jack Pearson, Bruce KatzTrouble No More w/ Jaimoe, Lamar Williams Jr., Bruce KatzAin’t Wastin’ Time No More w/ Butch Trucks, Oteil Burbridge, Jack Pearson, Bruce Katz Midnight RiderThe Allman Brothers’ Family Incident @ Peach Music Festival 8/12/16:Statesboro Blues w/ JaimoeMidnight Rider w/ Jaimoe, Marc QuiñonesTrouble No More w/ Jaimoe, Lamar Williams Jr., Bruce KatzSweet Melissa w/ Bruce KatzOutside And Inside w/ Marc QuiñonesAin’t Wastin’ Time No More w/ Butch Trucks, Oteil Burbridge, Jack Pearson, Bruce KatzQuinn The Eskimo w/ Butch Trucks, Jack Pearson, Bruce KatzJessica w/ Butch Trucks, Oteil Burbridge, Jack Pearson, Bruce Katz
“Obviously it’s a massive boost. Even when he comes to watch the games, it’s a boost. He’s always speaking, trying to motivate every one which is good. He’s a real leader. As a player who has had a few hamstring injuries, it’s a weird one because I don’t want him to rush it because I know how much it can come back, but at the same time, we need him. Read Also:Harry Kane steps up recovery from injury as Tottenham get huge boost “As long as he does his recovery properly and comes back strong I’ll be happy.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Dele Alli is happy seeing Harry Kane back in training at Tottenham. injured Spurs captain Harry Kane intensifying recovery Kane trained outdoors with the ball on Monday and hopes to return to action in early to mid-April after tearing his right hamstring tendon at Southampton on New Year’s Day – an injury which later required surgery. “It’s very good [to see him training],” Alli said. “Harry’s an amazing athlete and professional. He’s picked up a few injuries since I’ve been here and every time he’s recovered very well. You can see how motivated and dedicated he is. I wasn’t surprised to see him out there. He works so hard on his game.Advertisement Loading… Promoted Content12 Flicks That Almost Ended Their Stars’ Careers5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our Planet6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black HolesTop 10 Must-Know Facts About Ivanka TrumpThe Most Clever Uses Of CGI In CinemaCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?
Dyche said: “We have had ongoing communication with him and his agent as we do with every other player – Danny is just one of those we talk to freely. “Danny has assured everybody that he will be here so I don’t need to speak on his behalf. “It is an ongoing situation that we have had many times since I have been here. It is tough in the Premier League but we are making a good fist of it at the moment and if there is interest in your players it usually means there is life in the club. “I only speak to him (Ings) about his performances and how he is doing. The signs are good about him learning and adapting to the top level of football and even more so as a striker who has top international defenders against him. “Every manager wants players who are settled where they are and ours are settled as a group and they want to play well at this level.” Press Association The 22-year-old’s fine form for the Clarets this season has prompted speculation of a move elsewhere with his current deal set to expire at the end of the current campaign. But Ings reportedly stressed his desire to stay at Turf Moor earlier this week and Dyche is also resolute that the England under-21 front man is not for sale. Burnley boss Sean Dyche has revealed the club are involved in “ongoing communication” with striker Danny Ings over a contract extension.
The Whole SpectrumQueer L.A.: Culture, Art and Activism (Panel 1142)Saturday, 12 p.m., Hoffman HallPanelists largely drawn from USC’s faculty will consider the role of queer culture, art and activism in the City of Angels. Moderated by English and gender studies professor Chris Freeman, the panelists plan to cover the years from 1950 to the present, a groundbreaking period for the LGBTQ community, by any measure.Nighty-night Go the F**k to Sleep (Panel 1112)Saturday, 12 p.m., Taper Hall 101Ever dealt with a child who remained wide-awake even after being read his or her favorite bedtime story or sung an allegedly sleep-inducing lullaby? Ricardo Cortes and Adam Mansbach can relate. The pair will discuss the sometimes painful nighttime ritual as described in their book, Go The F**k To Sleep. The New York Times hailed the best-seller “a new bible for weary parents,” but beware: This lighthearted take on parenting might not be suitable for young children.“Top Chef” Invades Cooking StageSaturday, 12:30 p.m., Cooking StageHungry to learn more about Gail Simmons, one of the most recognizable faces of Bravo’s Top Chef franchise? The judge of the Emmy Award-winning cooking competition will whip up a delicious dish and share details about her childhood from her memoir Talking with My Mouth Full. Featuring the best and worst dishes she’s ever tasted and old photos of a young Simmons’ early days in the kitchen, the culinarian’s memoir should be a treat for any cooking fan.Are You There ’SC? It’s Me, JudyJudy Blume in Conversation with Mary McNamara (Panel 1093)Saturday, 2:30 p.m., Bovard AuditoriumCelebrating the 40th anniversary of her beloved children’s novel Tales of A Fourth Grade Nothing, Judy Blume will discuss her career, which has yielded numerous titles with cumulative sales totaling more than 80 million. Perfect for both elementary school students as well as adults reminiscing over their childhoods, Blume’s sit-down with Los Angeles Times television columnist Mary McNamara will involve discussion of Blume’s best-known and best-loved works, including Double Fudge and Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret.Higher ThoughtE Cannabis Unum (Panel 1115)Saturday, 4:30 p.m., Taper Hall 101The Los Angeles Times’ own Dean Kuipers moderates a discussion of the shifting narrative that has shaped the representations of and discourses about marijuana in America. Considering its history of criminalization, it’s no great surprise that much of the writing emerging about pot frames its use as an outlaw act, but that flat representation is complicated by its medicinal applications, its Hollywood heyday (Pineapple Express, Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle) and the fresh wave of activist support that it seems to receive from every generation.America’s GrannyBetty White Interviewed by Karen Grigsby BatesSunday, 1:20 p.m., Los Angeles Times StageBesides her love for acting and television, Betty White’s other passion is animals. The Golden Girls and Hot in Cleveland actress will speak Sunday about her love for all kinds of animals including her Golden Retriever, Pontiac. White’s greatest devotion just might be the creatures at the Los Angeles Zoo since, after advocating for many of the zoo’s exhibits, Los Angeles has named White “Ambassador to the Animals.” Her appearance is a must-see for pet lovers.Michael Ian BlackSunday, 2:30 p.m., Los Angeles Times StageComedian, actor, husband and father Michael Ian Black has had quite the career and family life. In his debut memoir You’re Not Doing it Right: Tales of Marriage, Sex, Death, and Other Humiliations, Black shares life stories, including his childhood with a lesbian feminist mother and how he eventually married his wife despite breaking up with her first. The Ed actor and I Love The… series contributor is likely to say things on Sunday that you are too afraid to admit — sounds like he’s doing something right.From Laker Nation to Children’s Author Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Raymond Obstfeld, What Color is My World?Sunday, 4:15 p.m., Target Children’s StageFans of the Los Angeles Lakers know Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as the NBA’s all-time leading scorer. Soon, parents will know the basketball great as a children’s author. Sharing his first kid’s book What Color Is My World? with Festival of Books visitors Sunday at the Target Children’s Stage, the NBA all-star hopes to educate children about black inventors’ greatest contributions to science.