Eric Lindell Debuts First Live Grateful Dead Cover At Holiday Roots Music Show [Watch]


first_imgLast night, Eric Lindell played the first of two nights at Hill Country Live for his Holiday Roots Music Show in New York City. The New Orleans-based singer/songwriter debuted his first live Grateful Dead cover, bringing “Casey Jones” to the forefront of his soul-soaking blues-rock performance.Thankfully, Marc Millman was on the scene to record this special moment, along with a stand-out reggae medley that kept the groove going for all those in attendance. Check it out: Tonight, Eric Lindell returns to the stage to close out his two-night Holiday Roots Music Show at Hill Country BBQ, then will head to The Saint in Asbury Park, NJ before heading home to New Orleans to close out the year at the Carrollton Station.last_img read more

Troopers make felony drug arrest in Cortland County


first_imgPolice say Bucanelli traveled down “several” streets in the village of Homer before coming to a stop. State Police say Bucanelli will be arraigned in court at a later date. VILLAGE OF HOMER, N.Y. (WBNG) — New York State Police say troopers made a felony arrest in the village of Homer early Tuesday morning. Bucanelli was also charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs, criminal possession of a controlled substance in the 7th degree and criminal possession of a weapon in the 4th degree. All are misdemeanors.center_img They say troopers found drugs and meth making materials in Bucanelli’s vehicle. State Police say 32-year-old David M. Bucanelli was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine in the 3rd degree after Bucanelli failed to comply with a traffic stop on State Route 11.last_img read more

SpaceX Crew Docks at the International Space Station


first_img– Advertisement – The crew overcame iffy weather and launched Sunday at 7:27 p.m. Eastern time from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. The journey lasted 27 hours.When the Dragon’s commander, Mike S. Hopkins, made radio contact, Kate Rubins, an astronaut aboard the space station, called out, “Oh, what a good voice to hear,” The Associated Press reported. The Crew Dragon spacecraft, a privately built and operated vessel carrying four NASA astronauts, successfully arrived at the International Space Station on Monday night. “Docking confirmed — Crew Dragon has arrived at the @space_station!” the rocket company SpaceX, started by Elon Musk, announced on Twitter. – Advertisement – The trip is a milestone in the effort to bring private spaceflight to reality. – Advertisement –center_img “For the first time in history, there is a commercial capability from a private sector entity to safely and reliably transport people to space,” Phil McAlister, director of commercial spaceflight development at NASA, said in a telephone interview with reporters on Thursday.In the future, instead of relying on government-operated spacecraft, NASA astronauts and anyone else with enough money can buy a ticket on a commercial rocket.The four astronauts on this flight are Mr. Hopkins, Shannon Walker and Victor J. Glover of NASA and Soichi Noguchi, a Japanese astronaut. They are to stay at the space station for six months. – Advertisement –last_img read more

Giroud important to Arsenal, says Wenger


first_img0Shares0000Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud celebrates after scoring against Southampton during the English Premier League match at St Mary’s Stadium in southern England, on December 10, 2017LONDON, United Kingdom, Dec 11- Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger stressed that Olivier Giroud remains an important member of his squad after rescuing a point against Southampton on Sunday.The France international stepped off the bench to clinch a 1-1 draw for the Gunners with an 88th-minute header, after Charlie Austin had opened the scoring in the third minute at St Mary’s. It was Giroud’s fourth Premier League goal of the season in his 13th appearance as a substitute, and Wenger admits the striker will be rewarded with his first top-flight start soon enough.The 31-year-old was heavily linked with a move to Everton during the off-season and his future is likely to be the subject of speculation once more in January, but his manager is counting on him.“He is important – why should we lose an important player? It is up to us [and not Giroud],” Wenger said after the match.“He will start more games. I believe as well it’s always the same when you have many good players, some of them cannot play.“The question you get is always why does the guy who is good not play? Because if you take him on you have another guy who is good who will not play, it is as simple as that.”The French coach was seen complaining to the fourth official on a number of occasions at apparent time wasting from the Saints after the break.And he said afterwards: “I must say I am very frustrated as in the second half there was a lot of time-wasting.“Especially on the final ball on the counter-attack, it is very frustrating to give the advantage to the guy who had the foul because we were not only called back.“We were three against one but we played it quick and the referee called the ball back without any reason and that was a huge advantage for Southampton in the final minute.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more