Gov’t Mule held court at The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater in Miami, Florida on Sunday night. The evening was marked by a spectacular sit in by Jason Bonham, son of legendary drummer John Bonham of Led Zeppelin, to open the second set with a pair of Zeppelin classics “Since I’ve Been Loving You > No Quarter”. Sunday marked the 36th anniversary of Bonham’s untimely death.The first set was pure Mule thru and thru – the band stuck to its roots and played a full set of original music, highlighted with the likes of “Banks Of The Deep End” and “I’m A Ram” to close the set. As noted in the tapers section, “there were several hints of Zeppelin teases throughout the first set.”The second set opened with the aforementioned “Since I’ve Been Loving You > No Quarter” featuring Jason Bonham on the drum kit. Other set highlights included Mule’s take on Bob Marley’s “Lively Up Yourself” as well as a jam on the Grateful Dead’s “The Other One” with the Rolling Stones’ “Gimme Shelter” lyrics segued into the Mule classic “Thorazine Shuffle” featuring some Santana “Oye Como Va” teases.Check out full audio, highlight videos, setlist and more below, all courtesy of CHeeSeHeaDPRoDuCTioNS!Banks Of The Deep EndI’m A RamSince I’ve Been Loving You / No Quarter (with Jason Bonham replacing Matt Abts)Lively Up YourselfThe Other One Jam/Thorazine ShuffleFull AudioSetlist: Gov’t Mule at The Fillmore, Miami, FL – 9/25/16Set 1:World Boss >Mother EarthMr. ManLarger Than Life >Monday Mourning MeltdownDevil Likes It SlowBanks Of The Deep EndLife Before InsanityI’m A RamSet 2:Since I’ve Been Loving You with Jason Bonham, without Matt AbtsNo Quarter with Jason Bonham, without Matt AbtsFool’s MoonLively Up YourselfFallen Down >The Other One Jam with Gimme Shelter lyricsThorazine Shuffle with Oye Como Va teaseEncore:Child Of The Earth
The state winners will represent Georgia at the 1997 National 4-H Congress Nov. 28-Dec. 2 inMemphis, Tenn. Dade: Brandon Clark, electric/electronics, Georgia EMC. Irwin: Rachael Ellis, general recreation, Georgia Recreation and Parks Association; JorjanneZorn, communications, Georgia 4-H Foundation. Montgomery: Henry Price, petroleum power, Chevron USA. Haralson: Jared Eaves, vocal performing arts, Six Flags. The 1997 state winners, listed by counties with their project areas and sponsors: Pulaski: Lesley Jennings, clothing and textiles, Apparel Education Foundation. Georgia 4-H honored its top members during the 55th annual State 4-H Congress in AtlantaJune 16-19. Bleckley: Trayvis Manuel, sports, White Water. “Teenagers have so many activities to choose from these days,” Ryles said. “We are constantlyreminded of the value of Georgia 4-H by the huge number who work year-round through theirhigh school careers to be the best in our program areas.” Bulloch: Carole Hicks, beef, Winn-Dixie and the Georgia Cattlemen’s Association. The 253 teens in the State Congress each won earlier county and district competitions. Theygave illustrated talks on what they learned in their projects. They prepared portfolios of theirproject work. And they answered questions about their work in interviews. Morgan: Kristy Malcom, health, Egleston Children’s Hospital; Beth Webb, conservation ofnatural resources, Georgia Water Wise Council. Coweta: Sherry Wilson, horse, Gold Kist. Harris: Julie Johnson, safety, Georgia 4-H Foundation; Jennifer Morgan, sheep, Georgia StateFair. Gilmer: Matthew Newton, photography, Georgia 4-H Foundation. Georgia 4-H started in 1904 as a 150-member boys’ corn club. It now has 170,000 membersin Georgia. Nationwide, about 5.5 million are members. They compete in projects rangingfrom poultry to electronics. Pickens: Julie Byers, food preservation and safety, Savannah Foods & Industries; SylviaChilders, food fare, Savannah Foods & Industries; Rachel Lovern, human development,Kilpatrick & Cody; Joe Morgan, poultry and egg science, Georgia Poultry Federation;Jennifer Reeves, computers, Georgia Power; Will Tate, wood science, Georgia DevelopmentAuthority; Kanyon Warden, arts and crafts, Georgia Recreation and Parks Association. Clarke: Jocelyn Bright, resource management, Georgia 4-H Foundation. Effingham: Brooke Burns, forestry, Union Camp; Sharon Knight, consumer education,Atlanta Gas Light; Jessica Redmond, swine, Georgia Pork Producers Association; SayraStone, housing, furnishings and design, Georgia Manufactured Housing Association; HaleyWatkins, instrumental performing arts, Six Flags Over Georgia. Tift: Kristy Baker, bread, White Lily Foods; Kim Grisson, food funds, Georgia 4-HFoundation; Tara Douce, outdoor recreation, White Water. Oglethorpe: Katie Walker, dog care, Georgia Veterinary Medical Association. Echols: Sara Corbett, flowers, shrubs and lawns, Georgia Development Authority. “State Congress is our time to showcase some of the most outstanding young people inGeorgia,” said Roger C. “Bo” Ryles, state 4-H leader for the University of Georgia ExtensionService. “It culminates the 4-H year.” Macon: Laura McLendon, wildlife, Georgia Power. Newton: Amanda Eaton, general performing arts, Six Flags Over Georgia. Mitchell: Mary Frances Sellers, fruits, vegetables and nuts, Griffin Corporation. Evans: Melissa Daniel, public speaking, Georgia Farm Credit Associations. Coffee: Tino Johnson, food for fitness, Savannah Foods & Industries; Casey Merritt, shootingsports, Georgia 4-H Foundation; Justin Paulk, dairy foods, Georgia 4-H Foundation. Madison: Amanda Bridges, environmental science, Georgia Propane Gas Association; ArtRyder, entomology, Georgia Pest Control Association. Bartow: Paul Pugliese, plant and soil science, Georgia Plant Food Education Society. Butts: Annette Wilson, fashion revue, Georgia 4-H Foundation. Houston: Lindsey Etheridge, veterinary science, Georgia Veterinary Medical Association. Hall: Jordan Haynes, dairy and milk science, Georgia Department of Agriculture.
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Haaland continued his incredible run of form since signing for the Bundesliga title chasers when he tapped home in the 67th minute to pull one back for the away side after Davie Selk and Leonardo Bittencourt had put Werder two ahead in the first half-an-hour. The strike means the 19-year-old has scored in each of his appearances for Dortmund despite only making one start and playing barely two matches’ worth of football in the few weeks since his arrival in Germany.On this occasion he entered the field as a half-time substitute, but three minutes after his goal Milot Rashica put the hosts 3-1 up and put his side through to the next round, despite Giovanni Reyna pulling one back with 12 minutes remaining.Werder will be joined in the next round by Fortuna Duesseldorf and Eintracht Frankfurt after their wins over Kaiserslautern and RB Leipzig, and Schalke, who squeezed past Hertha Berlin 3-2 thanks to Benito Raman’s extra-time winner.Erling Braut Haaland has scored eight goals in four appearances for Dortmund since arriving in DecemberRead Also: Pogba tells Man United pals he still wants to leave in summerKrzysztof Piatek thought he had made a dream full debut for Hertha following his move from AC Milan when he put the away side two ahead six minutes before the break.But Schalke struck back in the second half through goals from Daniel Caligiuri and Amine Harit before Raman finished off a lightning counter-attack in the 115th minute to send the home fans into raptures.Bayern Munich take on Hoffenheim in one of four matches on Wednesday as the last eight line-up is decided.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… An astonishing eighth goal in four appearances for teenage striking sensation Erling Braut Haaland couldn’t help Borussia Dortmund into the German Cup quarter-finals after they were knocked out 3-2 at Werder Bremen on Tuesday.Advertisement Promoted ContentPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World18 Beautiful Cities That Are Tourist MagnetsThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love WithWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Some Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That Exist10 Awesome TV Series That Got Cancelled Way Too Soon5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year
Murray, who at 22 is the youngest member of the squad, won his two caps as a second-half substitute against France and England last month. It is a bold selection by coach Declan Kidney given that Murray only broke into Munster’s first team this year and has yet to play in the Heineken Cup. Conor Murray will make his full Test debut when Ireland open their World Cup campaign against the USA on Sunday. But he did enough in the warm-up Tests and during his time in camp this summer to secure a place alongside Jonathan Sexton at half-back, with Eoin Reddan dropping to the bench. “Conor’s been going well in training and we said we’d judge it off that. If we’re to know more about him, now’s the time to know,” said Kidney. “He deserves a go and we think he’s good enough to start. It’s a big call given it’s our first game in the World Cup, but what he’s been doing merits his inclusion.” Flanker Sean O’Brien and full-back Rob Kearney have been omitted from the 22 as a precaution. The Leinster duo have been passed fit from their respective knee and groin injuries but Kidney, mindful of the clash with Australia next Saturday, has given them another week to recuperate. Ireland team: Geordan Murphy; Tommy Bowe, Brian O’Driscoll, Gordon D’Arcy, Keith Earls; Jonathan Sexton, Conor Murray; Tom Court, Rory Best, M Ross, Donnacha O’Callaghan, Paul O’Connell, Stephen Ferris, Shane Jennings, Jamie Heaslip. Replacements: Jerry Flannery, Tony Buckley, Donnacha Ryan, Denis Leamy, Eoin Reddan, Ronan O’Gara, Andrew Trimble. Press Association
Christian Benteke’s second-half hat-trick lifted Aston Villa’s hopes of Premier League survival and brought Sunderland’s revival under new manager Paolo Di Canio to an abrupt halt as the Black Cats were thrashed at Villa Park.Di Canio described this vital meeting of the strugglers as Sunderland’s “Champions League Final” – but it turned into a nightmare as they were dragged right back into the relegation fight along with north-east neighbours Newcastle.The home victory, and emphatic winning margin, also made it a bad night for Wigan as they now lie five points adrift of Villa, albeit with a game in hand.Villa’s goals, coupled with Newcastle’s 6-0 home defeat by Liverpool, also mean the Midlanders leapfrog Alan Pardew’s side on goal difference.And to make matters worse for Sunderland, the influential Stephane Sessegnon was given a straight red card in the second half for a challenge on Yacouba Sylla, prematurely ending his season at this vital time.Ron Vlaar’s thumping shot gave Villa the lead on the half-hour only for Danny Rose to equalise almost instantly for Sunderland. Andreas Weimann restored Villa’s advantage before half-time to set the stage for the powerful Benteke to demonstrate once more the quality that has made him such an outstanding purchase by manager Paul Lambert following his £10m summer arrival from Belgian side Genk.The 22-year-old striker tormented the Sunderland defence with a 17-minute hat-trick and Gabriel Agbonlahor added further polish to Villa’s goal difference with the sixth two minutes from time.The joy around Villa Park at the final whistle in recognition of this crucial win was in sharp contrast to the desolation of Di Canio and his players.After the tedious surrendering of Premier League status offered up by Reading and Queens Park Rangers on Sunday, Villa and Sunderland approached this game with refreshing attacking intent.A rainstorm was slanting across Villa Park as a frenetic first half unfolded, with Villa creating the first clear opening as Agbonlahor rolled his effort inches wide after a slick exchange with Benteke. When the first goal arrived after 31 minutes, it came from an unlikely source. Sunderland struggled to clear under sustained Villa pressure and when the ball came to Vlaar 25 yards out, the powerful defender sent a low drive beyond the grasp of keeper Simon Mignolet with the help of a slight deflection off Carlos Cuellar.Villa barely had time to celebrate before the visitors were level. Rose, as he had done previously, moved forward at speed and took Danny Graham’s pass perfectly in his stride before sending a composed finish past Brad Guzan.The positive attitude of both sides was to be admired, if not their defending, and Villa were back in front seven minutes before the interval.Sunderland were caught short at the back as Villa struck on the counter-attack, Matthew Lowton’s perfect pass inviting a superb first-time touch and finish from Weimann.The second half belonged to Benteke as he took Sunderland’s defence apart and may just have opened up the route to safety for Villa. He scored his first 10 minutes after the restart, stooping to head home after Mignolet had failed to deal convincingly with Agbonlahor’s shot. He then demonstrated his power in the air with a towering far post header from Ashley Westwood’s corner.The early good impression the Black Cats have made under Di Canio’s guidance had been replaced by a ragged, disjointed display. And it got even worse with 20 minutes left when Sessegnon was shown a red card for leaving his foot in on Sylla.It was turning into a dreadful night for Di Canio and and Benteke was the tormentor-in-chief. He scored his third with 18 minutes left, collecting another deflection off Cuellar to fire in from the angle.Benteke’s name rang around Villa Park and he was given a deserved standing ovation – and a flamboyant embrace from Lambert – when he was replaced by former Sunderland striker Darren Bent late on.With Sunderland in complete disarray, Agbonlahor got the goal his industry and endeavour deserved as he raced clear to round Mignolet and complete the almost perfect night for Aston Villa.