Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band Honor Nirvana & Jimi Hendrix In Seattle [Video]

first_imgOn Sunday, Phil Lesh and the Terrapin Family Band wrapped up their three-night weekend run with a stop at Seattle, WA’s Showbox. Phil Lesh and his son Grahame (Lesh), along with Ross James, Alex Koford, Jason Crosby, and Elliot Peck paid their respects to Seattle’s beloved punk band Nirvana, by mashing up a Grateful Dead and Nirvana song to close the band’s second set.The sextet opened up their first set with “Me & My Uncle”, before moving forward with “Pride Of Cucamonda” led by Phil Lesh on vocals. The TFB honored another famous Seattle native, Jimi Hendrix, with a cover of “The Wind Cries Mary”, allowing Ross James to step up in the spotlight for the first time of the evening. Alex Koford then led his bandmates through a feel-good rendition of “They Love Each Other”, allowing Grahame Lesh and James to dig deep into some intricate guitar solos. “TLEO” led way to a cover of Crosby, Stills & Nash’s “Teach Your Children”, highlighted by some delicate vocal harmonizing between Grahame, Koford, and Peck. The band kept on chugging forward with a hard-hitting “Samson & Delilah”, before delivering an interesting cover of Lucinda Williams’ “I Lost It” led by Peck. Peck showed the Emerald City what she was made of, belting out the vocals with tenacity and soul, before the six-piece brought their first set to a close with “Uncle John’s Band”.Phil Lesh and the Terrapin Family came back out to open their second set with a take on “How Sweet It Is”, before continuing in their sweet theme with a cover of Velvet Underground’s “Sweet Jane”. Captain Phil took the lead, powering his young band full-steam ahead with a “Mason’s Children” sandwich, tossing in the middle a cover of The Chantay’s “Pipeline. The most improv-heavy segment of the show came next with a spacey “Terrapin Suite”, which featured the closing “Jack O’ Roses” segment. The dynamic trio of Grahame, Alex, and Elliot stepped up to their mics to share vocal duties on “Scarlet Begonias”, which was followed up by a cover of The Band’s “Up On Cripple Creek”.  A tender take on “Comes A Time” worked its way into “Turn On Your Love Light”, before the Terrapin Family Band brought the second set to a close with the indefinite highlight of the evening. Multi-instrumentalist Jason Crosby picked up a guitar as he stepped up to his mic to lead his bandmates through a mashup of Nirvana’s “Lithium” and the Grateful Dead’s “Friend Of The Devil”. A lone encore of “Not Fade Away” was the perfect way to cap off a stellar Phil Lesh and the Terrapin Family Band show in the Emerald City.Phil Lesh and the Terrapin Family Band – “Sweet Jane”[Video: Mark Konings]Phil Lesh and the Terrapin Family Band – Nirvana/Grateful Dead mashup[Video: Mark Konings]For a full list of Phil Lesh’s upcoming shows and ticketing information, head to his website.Setlist: Phil Lesh and the Terrapin Family Band | Showbox | Seattle, WA | 2/3/2019Set One: Me & My Uncle, Pride Of Cucamonga, The Wind Cries Mary, They Love Each Other, Teach Your Children, Samson & Delilah, I Lost It, Uncle John’s BandSet Two: How Sweet It Is, Sweet Jane, Mason’s Children > Pipeline > Mason’s Children, Terrapin Suite > Jack O’ Roses, Scarlet Begonias, Up On Cripple Creek, Comes A Time, Turn On Your Love Light, Lithium/Friend Of The Devil MashupEncore: Donor Rap, Not Fade Awaylast_img read more

Tickets Now Available for Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science

first_img Related Shows Alton Brown Tickets are now on sale to catch culinary guru Alton Brown on Broadway. The TV personality will bring his variety show, Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science to the Barrymore Theatre for eight performance beginning November 22.Brown is the author of the James Beard Award-winning I’m Just Here for the Food and the upcoming cookbook Every Day Cook. He is a regular on Food Network and Cooking Channel, having created, produced and hosted the series Good Eats. He can currently be seen as the host of Cutthroat Kitchen.Eat Your Science is a live culinary variety show, in which Brown incorporates songs, comedy, puppets and interactive food demonstrations to explore the intersection of science and cooking. “You’ll see things I’ve never been allowed to do on TV,” he teases. Show Closed This production ended its run on Nov. 27, 2016center_img Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science View Commentslast_img read more

RCMTC&SF race meet rescheduled to October 30

first_imgORGANISERS of the Ryan Crawford Memorial Turf Club and Sports Facilities (RCMTC&SF) have rescheduled the club’s horse race meet to October 30.The meet was originally planned for this Sunday at the club’s track Alness, Corentyne Berbice.However, chief organiser Marcel Crawford Jr indicated that the race meet has been postponed due to a number of unforeseen circumstances.Crawford Jr further indicated that the original programme remains the same, but with the club moving to regulate the level of racing in Guyana, a number of new initiatives will be introduced by the new date.Eight races are planned, where over $3M in cash, trophies and other incentives are up for grabs.The feature race is the classified Alness Classic over 1600 metres for a first prize of $600 000.Other races planned for the day are: G and Lower, Two-year-olds race for Guyana-bred horses, H and Lower, K and Lower, J’1’, L ‘1’, and there is an event for unclassified horses.Interested persons can make contact with Marcel Crawford Jr on 678-5342 or Compton Sancho on 602-1567 for any clarifications.last_img read more