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Listen To Kofi Burbridge’s Solo Set From LOCKN’ 2018 [Full Audio]

first_imgIt’s been a difficult few days for the jam band community as they try to wrap their heads around the passing of multi-instrumentalist Kofi Burbridge. The Tedeschi Trucks Band keyboardist/flautist/vocalist passed away on Friday at the age of 57 following years of ongoing cardiac issues. Musicians and fans alike have been sharing stories, photos, and other media in memory of Kofi to spread joy amidst an otherwise difficult time.Read Oteil Burbridge’s 2013 Tribute To His Big Brother Kofi BurbridgeToday, we’re going back in time to August 26th, 2018 at the LOCKN’ Music Festival in Arrington, VA, when Kofi Burbridge performed a solo set in Garcia’s Forest. For his “Piano on the Porch” set, Burbridge paid tribute to a number of artists including Aretha Franklin, Paul Simon, Stevie Wonder, Frank Sinatra, Prince, The Beatles, and more. Listen below to hear Kofi perform keys and vocals for his own solo set last year:Kofi Burbridge – LOCKN’ Music Festival – 8/26/18[Audio: Erin Lunders]The 2019 LOCKN’ lineup features two sets by Trey Anastasio Band (second set featuring Derek Trucks), two sets by Tedeschi Trucks Band (second set featuring Trey Anastasio), and two sets of Bob Weir and Wolf Bros (second set featuring Susan Tedeschi), as well as Joe Russo’s Almost Dead (two sets), Gary Clark Jr., The Revivalists, Vulfpeck, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Khruangbin, Old Crow Medicine Show, Oteil & Friends with Bob Weir, Devon Allman, Duane Betts, and more, moe., Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Twiddle, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Steel Pulse, Andy Frasco & The U.N., Edie Brickell & New Bohemians, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Nahko and Medicine For The People, Melvin Seals & JGB, The Allman Betts Band, The Soul Rebels, Moonalice with The Chambers Brothers, Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles, Deva Mahal, Keller Williams’ Grateful Gospel, Liz Cooper & The Stampede, Greg Humphreys Electric Trio, Jerry Party, and more to be announced. For more information, head here.last_img read more

Reed Overtakes Fowler to Win The Barclays at Bethpage Black

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York By John Dundon Texan Patrick Reed secured his fifth PGA Tour win Sunday, overtaking weekend leader Rickie Fowler to win The Barclays tournament at Bethpage Black golf course. The front nine was a classic back and forth between two great golfers giving every shot their all. For Reed, a player who’s come so close to getting a win in so many tournaments this summer, the win felt good.“It feels amazing; I haven’t had that feeling in a while coming down the last couple with the lead,” Reed said after his championship round. “I felt like I did a lot of things well, it’s just great to finally be able to close one off.” Reed’s jubilation makes the disappointment Fowler was feeling, after squandering a one stroke lead, seem all the more real. He finished the day three strokes over par and ended the tournament tied for fourth. The start of the round wasn’t particularly bad for Fowler. It all unraveled on the back nine, starting with a bogey on the par 4 11th hole. Fowler then bogeyed on 15, and followed that up with a double-bogey on 16. At that point, it was game, set, match. “I don’t know, I just made some bad swings at the wrong time,” a dejected Fowler told reporters after the round. “Disappointing back nine. I didn’t drive it the way I needed to. It was just a little off here and there; you had to be playing out of the fairway. So yeah, just a little disappointing,” Fowler said.It’s obviously a disheartening result for Fowler, as a win would’ve locked up a spot on the United States Ryder Cup team this coming September. Now, he’ll have to rely on being a captains pick—of which he remains in good standing for. World No. 1 Jason Day played well enough but couldn’t quite conquer Bethpage Black. He finished tied for third place.The world’s No.1 golfer Jason Day, despite his best efforts, couldn’t quite put together a late charge to get back in the thick of things on Sunday. “This week, I Don’t think there was a tee shot where I felt comfortable over the ball to be honest,” Day said after his round. “Every time I was standing over the ball, I couldn’t feel like it was going to be a good shot.” His struggles at Bethpage aside, Day remained positive and said he relishes the chance to come back to Bethpage Black again for the PGA Championship in 2019. “I love playing in front of New York crowds,” Day added. “It’s really cool to see how much they embrace golf here. They enjoy themselves here, very rowdy.” While Day enjoyed the boisterous crowds, the tournament champion Reed called them “obnoxious” earlier this weekend. He would go on to change his tone after his win was wrapped up, though. “The crowds are crazy, but they’re awesome. You don’t go to golf tournaments very often and hear chants,” Reed said. “You can feed off of that energy that’s going on, then when people are starting to heckle you, you can try and prove them wrong.” It seems Bethpage Black has left an impression on the world’s best, a good sign for the future of the PGA on Long Island.last_img read more

It Was Amazing, Couldn’t Have Dreamt of Better Grand Slam Debut: Sumit Nagal

first_img first roundfirst setRoger FedererSumit Nagal First Published: August 28, 2019, 7:24 AM IST New Delhi: India’s Sumit Nagal received a masterclass from Roger Federer after a first-set stunner. No wonder he is on cloud nine following an impressive Grand Slam debut where he stretched the legend to four sets in the opening round of US Open.Nagal won the first set 6-4 before Federer upped the ante, winning 4-6 6-1 6-2 6-4 against the 190th ranked Indian. “It felt amazing, could not have asked for a better matchup on my debut Slam and on one of the biggest tennis courts I guess,” the 22-year-old Nagal told PTI from New York on Tuesday.While the capacity crowd at the Arthur Ashe Stadium were rooting for Federer, by the end of two and half hours, Nagal was seen enjoying a bit of fan following as he was asked for autographs and selfies while leaving the arena.”The crowd was amazing. I enjoyed every moment out there,” said Nagal, who came through the qualifying rounds.On a learning curve, a match against Federer is stuff that dreams are made of, and Nagal is taking away a lot of positives in defeat.”I learnt a lot from him last night. How to carry yourself, how to control emotions, mixing it (strokes) up,” the youngster said. Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time.last_img read more