Watch Eric Krasno & Marcus King Team Up For Grateful Dead’s “Sugaree”

first_imgLast weekend, Eric Krasno Band and The Marcus King Band brought their double billed tour together to The Hamilton in Washington, DC. Between King’s blues-based rock and Krasno’s funky rhythmic displays, the two guitarists are a perfect pairing for a performance. Fortunately for us, the two are big fans of collaborations, and have been teaming up for fun takes on original and cover tunes throughout the tour.Last Sunday night at The Hamilton, Krasno welcomed out King and saxophonist Ron Holloway for a pair of songs, “Sweet Little Angel” and “Unconditional Love.” You can see them jamming out in the videos below.The musical collaboration didn’t end there, as members of The Marcus King Band joined in on stage for the finale of the night, a cover of Grateful Dead’s “Sugaree.” A jubilee indeed! Check it out below.For more from this show, you can check out the full audio recording of Krasno’s set, provided by taper Alex Leary.last_img read more

World Cup 2019 semi-finalists: Australia, India, England, New Zealand

first_imgThe 4 semi-finalists of the 2019 Cricket World Cup have now been confirmed. Australia, India and England had already qualified for the last four while New Zealand made it to semis after Pakistan’s chances were dashed by Bangladesh when they reached 8 in the 2nd over.Pakistan needed an improbable but not impossible margin of victory in their final group match of the 2019 Cricket World Cup to qualify for the semi-finals ahead of New Zealand.However, after Pakistan managed 315 for 9 off their 50 overs, they needed to bowl Bangladesh out for 8 or less.Australia have so far won 7 out of 8 matches and top the points table. India have won 6, lost 1 while the game against New Zealand was washed out.England, the 2019 World Cup hosts, reached the semi-finals of the World Cup for the first time since 1992. New Zealand, who were the table toppers for most of the tournament, finished with 5 wins from 9 matches.Australia and New Zealand are in the World Cup semi-finals for the 8th time while India have reached their 7th World Cup semi-final.New Zealand and England are yet to win the World Cup unlike Australia who have won it 5 times and India who have lifted the trophy twice.The semi-finals line-up will be decided on Saturday after India and Australia play their final league matches.If India beat Sri Lanka and Australia lose to South Africa, India will finish on top of the table and play New Zealand. In that case, Australia will play England for a spot in the final.advertisementAssuming Australia finish 1st and India remain 2nd in the points table, this is how the semi-finals line-up will look like:1st semi-final: Australia vs New Zealand at Manchester on July 92nd semi-final: India vs England at Birmingham on July 11.Also Read | Babar Azam breaks a 27-year-old World Cup record for PakistanAlso Read | World Cup 2019: Fans amused as Sarfaraz Ahmed says Pakistan will try to post 500 vs Bangladeshlast_img read more