It’s a good time to be Elephant Revival. With their new album Petals on the charts, their first-time headlining show at Red Rocks coming up this Sunday and an ever-growing fan base, the band is seeing years of hard work pay off in spectacular style. On tour last month to promote their newest release, Elephant Revival gave their Portland, Oregon fans a night to remember by delivering a stunning show at the Wonder Ballroom on April 19th. Playing a wide range of songs from throughout their catalog, including several selections from their new release, the band showed off their amazingly powerful mixture of restraint and abandon.Our own Rex Thomson was on hand to film the evening’s events, and what a spectacular night to record for posterity! The sold out crowd was entranced by the band and their special guests, including members of show opener Mandolin Orange and even the band’s tour bus driver on drums for one tune. Between multi-instrumentalists Bonnie Paine and Charlie Rose, fiddler Bridget Law, guitarist Daniel Rodriguez and bassist Dango Rose, Elephant Revival has shown themselves to be more than capable of creating some truly magical music.Watch the whole show below and see the wonder for yourself!You can also check out individual tracks from the show below:Hello You WhoHomeRemembering A BeginningBirds And StarsTam Lynn SetStolenSea MonsterSing To The MountainRing Around The MoonFlight PatternsWhen I FallPetalsSingle Beds Are Made For OneDropThe GardenRogue RiverGrace Of A WomanFurthest ShoreI Won’t Die LonelyWhat Is Time?
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On Thursday, October 26th, Phil Lesh hit the Asbury Park Convention Center, marking his return to the tri-state area (save occasional visits to New York City) for the first time since his 2013 East Coast tour. Phil Lesh and the Terrapin Family Band was joined by singer Nicki Bluhm and steel pedal virtuoso Robert Randolph, with the ensemble coming on stage about 8:30 pm to a loud and thunderous roar from over three-thousand energetic fans. With the opening beat and guitar riffs of Johnny Cash’s “Big River”, this old building started shaking and swaying with each passing note. Grahame Lesh, on vocals and guitar, wove the song to a scenic vista with Ross James and Grahame trading guitar solos throughout.“Big River” [Video: Borrowed Tune]Nicki Bluhm and Robert Randolph led the band on an energetic and passionate “To Rise you Fall”, and half-way through the song, Randolph kicked his chair out of the way to stand and wail on his steel pedal guitar. “Ramble on Rose” was up next, featuring soaring guitar and vocals and triumphant lighting. “Girl from North Country” featured the beautiful harmonies of Nicki, Grahame, and Alex ahead of a soulful “West LA Fadeaway” and set closer “Scarlet Begonias”.Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band, Nicki Bluhm, Robert Randolph, Preservation Hall Jazz Band In DC [Audio]The second set started out with a powerful “Jack Straw”, during which the fierce jamming led to Robert Randolph breaking one of his strings, though the seasoned musician continued on without a hitch. Traffic’s “Dear Mr. Fantasy” brought out the soul in the band, while the iconic Grateful Dead masterpieces “St. Stephen” and “Eleven” saw thunderous booms from Phil’s bass, towering guitar solos from both Grahame and Ross, and continuous sing-alongs from the crowd.Preservation Hall Jazz Band (PHJB), a 50-plus-year-old institution out of New Orleans, gave Phil and Family a mid-set break and they did not disappoint! Ben Jaffe (Bass/Tuba), Clint Maedgen (Sax), Ronell Johnson (Trombone), Water Harris (Drums), Kyle Roussel (Piano), and Branden Lewis (Trumpet) kicked it old school during their 20+ minute set. High energy, flashy showmanship, and smiles abounded throughout their set. The mutual appreciation and love of the music, each other, and the crowd was very genuine and apparent. Phil Lesh and Family joined PHJB on stage for the transition into “Dark Star v2” which was a treat to see. As the song wound down, most of PHJB the band left the stage, though the horn section remained for the rest of the night.Phil Lesh Announces “Phriendsgiving” With Tom Hamilton, Holly Bowling, & MoreNext up was the iconic triple-play Grateful Dead classic “Help on the Way” > “Slipnot” > “Franklin’s Tower”. This seamless three-song segue alone is already amazing, but with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band horns, the combination was magic in its truest form. The last song of the evening was Buddy Holly’s “Not Fade Away”, a virtual Deadhead sing-a-long that lasted longer than the actual music and closed out the magical show on a wonderful high. With a final bow from everyone in both bands, the happy crowd filtered out to a beautiful star-filled night with the moon hanging brightly in the sky.“Not Fade Away” [Video: rdeal1999]The “Big River” moved into the sweet and mysterious “Rubin and Cherise”. Jason Crosby’s keys provided a funkadelic groove as Alex Koford provided a solid rhythm with vocals reminiscent of a young Jerry Garcia. With the first few notes, the crowd went wild for “Friend of the Devil”. Phil’s passionate vocals alongside the background vocals of every single person in the crowd turned up the energy to another level.“Rubin & Cherise” Photo: Bob Schultz [Video: rdeal1999]Setlist: Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band with Nikki Bluhm, Robert Randolph, and Preservation Hall Jazz Band | Asbury Park Convention Center | Asbury Park, NJ | 10/26/2017Set One: Big River, Rubin & Cherise, Friend of the Devil, To Rise you Fall, Ramble on Rose, Girl from North Country, West LA Fadeaway, Scarlet BegoniasSet Two: Jack Straw, Dear Mr Fantasy, St Stephen > Eleven > St Stephen, Dark Star v1, Preservation Hall Jazz Band Set, Dark Star v2*, Help on the Way* > Slipnot* > Franklin’s Tower*, Not Fade Away **with Preservation Hall Jazz Band HornsPhil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band | Asbury Park Convention Center | Asbury Park, NJ | 10/26/2017 | Photo: Bob Schultz Load remaining images
Google LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here In a city with an ingrained littering habit, urging people to bring their own shopping bags or basket for shopping will raise brows.But the residents of Kampung Muka in Ancol, North Jakarta, are familiar with such calls, which have motivated them to spread the habit. One such resident is Maonah, 47.Speaking at a sharing session on Saturday at the unfinished community unit (RW) 04 office, Maonah said that she always brought her own basket with her when shopping for vegetables and other daily necessities from street vendors.“At first, my neighbors thought the practice odd. But as time passed, they started to see it positively,” she told The Jakarta Post on Sept. 15.Maonah added that she also saved money, since it helped her to stop buying packaged products.“When I caught a cold, I made a cup o… Forgot Password ? Topics : Linkedin Log in with your social account Facebook WasteManagement household-consumption waste-reduction recycle