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Listen To Full Audio Of Gov’t Mule’s Tribute To The Allman Brothers At Peach Fest

first_imgWith the unexpected cancellation from Gregg Allman, it was Allman Brothers’ guitarist Warren Haynes that stepped in and filled the Sunday night headlining spot at last weekend’s The Peach Music Festival. The band was given an extended time slot and made the most of it, playing a rocking Mule set before reaching into their catalog and playing an extended encore tribute to the Allman Brothers Band.The main set was no slouch, as the band worked in numerous ABB and classic rock teases through hits like “Mule,” “Thorazine Shuffle” and more. The band also welcomed out Rich Robinson for “Sometimes Salvation,” and closed out the set with “Blind Man In The Dark.”The encore saw the band welcome out Blackberry Smoke members Charlie Starr, Brandon Still and Brit Turner, opening up with “Come And Go Blues” to kept people rocking. From there, Haynes playfully called upon bassist Oteil Burbridge to sit in with the band. Burbridge was a last-minute addition to the festival, as he joined The String Cheese Incident for their Allman Family Incident set earlier in the weekend, and made his debut as part of Russo, Benevento & Burbridge. Let’s hope RB&B is here to stay. Burbridge joined the Smokin’ Mule gang for a rendition of “Dreams.” Finally, Burbridge left the stage and the band closed out the show with an energetic rendition of “Whipping Post.” Good lord!Check out full audio of the Mule set below, courtesy of Chris from Jam Buzz.Mule continues their summer tour tomorrow night, August 16th, at the Saranac Brewery in Utica, NY. You can see the full Peach Fest setlist below, courtesy of the band.Setlist: Gov’t Mule | The Peach Music Festival | Scranton, PA | 8/14/16Set: Mule with Les Brers In A Minor teaseThorazine Shuffle with Oye Como Va teasesGame Face with Birdland, Mountain Jam & Norwegian Wood teasesCapturedKind Of BirdSometimes Salvation with Rich RobinsonRocking HorseBlind Man In The DarkEncore:Come & Go Blues with Charlie Starr, Brit Turner & Brandon StillDreams with Charlie Starr, Brit Turner & Oteil BurbridgeWhipping Post with Charlie Starr & Brit Turner[Setlist and cover photo via Gov’t Mule FB page – Photo Credit: Heath Robson]last_img read more

Syracuse’s Justyn Knight and Freddie Crittenden win ACC Titles at 2017 indoor championships

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 25, 2017 at 11:10 pm Contact Eric: [email protected] | @esblack34 Syracuse’s Justyn Knight and Freddie Crittenden took home individual titles at the 2017 ACC Indoor Track & Field Championships Saturday afternoon at Notre Dame.Knight captured his second win of the weekend, taking first in the 3,000 meters with a time of 8:05.05. Fellow All-American Crittenden won the 60 meter hurdles for the second straight year with a time of 7.65 seconds.The 3,000 meters win marked the second straight championship at the distance for Knight. It was the second back-to-back victory of the weekend for the junior, who won the 5,000 meters the day before, also his second consecutive championship in the event. The Vaughan, Ontario, product finished just under two seconds ahead of the second-place finisher.Crittenden finished only 0.01 seconds behind his career best of 7.64, set during the 2016 NCAA Championships, when he took silver. The senior’s title comes nearly a month after winning the same event in the Villanova Open.Winston Lee earned points for the Orange on Saturday,too. He placed fourth in the men’s 60-meter championship. The senior finished with a time of 6.75, just one-thousandth of a second behind the third-place finisher. Additional points for the men came from Iliass Aouani, who placed seventh in the 3,000 meters, four seconds behind his teammate Knight.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textFor the women, sophomore Kadejhia Sellers used a personal-best run of 52.97 seconds in the 400-meter dash to take a third-place finish for Syracuse. The time set a new school record for the Orange, breaking the previous record of 53.39 set by Sellers earlier this month. Syracuse nearly added points in the women’s mile, as senior Sydney Leiher finished just over three seconds out of eighth place.With 47 points as a team on the men’s side, the Orange earned a fifth-place tie with Louisville on the weekend. The Syracuse women finished with 12 points, good for 14th. Commentslast_img read more