Relive The Magic Of Lettuce’s Star-Studded JGB Tribute At LOCKN’ With This Pro-Shot Video

first_imgOn Saturday night, the funk gurus of Lettuce performed their second and final set at LOCKN’ Festival in Arrington, Virginia. Following up their Thursday night performance, which saw them and Thursday’s headliners, Umphrey’s McGee, offer up one of the most buzzed-about transitions of the weekend, for their late-night Saturday set, Lettuce played a late-night tribute to Jerry Garcia Band with a truly all-star cast. In addition to former Lettuce guitarist Eric Krasno, the funk act also welcomed out a number of special guests, including members of Dead & Company, Tedeschi Trucks Band, and more.You can watch the first few songs from this already-legendary set below. To open up the show, Lettuce kicked off the JGB celebration at the Relix Stage with the instrumental “Finders Keepers”, an instrumental tune written by Merl Saunders that was frequently recorded and performed by Saunders and Jerry Garcia, followed up by a take on Smokey Robinson‘s “I Second That Emotion”, led by keyboardist Nigel Hall. For their first guests of the night, Dead & Company bassist Oteil Burbridge (who was celebrating his birthday) and Tedeschi Trucks Band keyboardist (and Oteil’s brother) Kofi Burbridge and vocalists Alecia Chakour (who formerly sang with Lettuce) and Mark Rivers joined the set for a dub-heavy rendition of Peter Tosh‘s “Stop That Train”. Opening and closing with Oteil scatting, eventually, Eric Krasno took the lead vocals on the song, highlighting his vocal abilities, which he began showing off on his debut solo album, Blood From Stone.You can also listen to the full performance below, courtesy of Randy Bayers and Funk It, which saw Lettuce also welcome out Bob Weir and John Mayer, and some unexpected lead vocals from Adam Smirnoff, Benny Bloom, and Jesus Coomes. Enjoy![Video: Nick Kosot/Relix][Audio: Randy Bayers and Funk It]Setlist: Lettuce with Eric Krasno | LOCKN’ Festival | Infinity Downs Farm | Arrington, VA | 8/25/2018Set: Finders Keepers, I Second That Emotion, Stop That Train$*+, After Midnight*#, Sugaree*#%, Tangled Up In Blue*#%, That’s What Love Will Make You Do*#%, How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)*#%, Cats Under The Stars*#, They Love Each Other*#$ with bassist Oteil Burbridge | + keyboardist Kofi Burbridge | * vocalist Alecia Chakour and vocalist Mark Rivers | # with John Mayer | % with Bob Weirlast_img read more

NASCAR lineup at Michigan: Starting order, pole for Sunday’s race without qualifying

first_imgMORE: Updated 2020 NASCAR Cup Series scheduleAs for pit stall selection for the NASCAR Cup Series races being run without qualifying, it is ordered based on finishing positions from the series’ previous points race, followed by new entries in order of points. That means Kevin Harvick, the winner of Saturday’s race at Michigan, will have the first stall for Sunday’s race.Below is the starting lineup for Sunday’s NASCAR race at Michigan, the Consumers Energy 400, and how it was set.Who won the pole for the NASCAR race at Michigan?The 20th-place finisher in Saturday’s race, Chris Buescher, will start on the pole for the weekend’s second race Sunday. With him on the front row will be 19th-place finisher Clint Bowyer.Two Chevrolet drivers will be behind Buescher and Bowyer as Tyler Reddick and Matt Kenseth start third and fourth, respectively.NASCAR’s inversion of the field also means Saturday’s race-winner, Harvick, will start 20th and runner-up Brad Keselowski will start 19th.Below is the protocol for how the Cup Series field was set at Michigan:Positions 1-20: Inverse order of the top 20 finishers in Saturday’s FireKeepers Casino 400Positions 21-39: Order of finish in Saturday’s FireKeepers Casino 400 NASCAR starting lineup at MichiganSaturday’s Michigan race was the last to use the old protocol for setting lineups without qualifying sessions this season amid the COVID-19 pandemic. NASCAR is moving to a new formula beginning with the Daytona road course race Aug. 16. The exceptions will be the second legs of doubleheaders like Sunday’s race at Michigan, for which the field will be set by the results of the first leg, with the top 20 finishers inverted.The new procedure will replace the random-draw element with a performance-based formula with three metrics — finishing position from the previous race (weighted 50 percent), ranking in team owner points standings (35 percent) and fastest lap from the previous race (15 percent).The starting lineup for Sunday’s NASCAR race at Michigan, based on where drivers finished in Saturday’s NASCAR race at Michigan. Below are the starting positions:StartDriverCar No.Team1Chris Buescher17Roush Fenway Racing2Clint Bowyer14Stewart-Haas Racing3Tyler Reddick8Richard Childress Racing4Matt Kenseth42Chip Ganassi Racing5Aric Almirola10Stewart-Haas Racing6Matt DiBenedetto21Wood Brothers Racing7William Byron24Hendrick Motorsports8Christopher Bell95Leavine Family Racing9Jimmie Johnson48Hendrick Motorsports10Erik Jones20Joe Gibbs Racing11Kurt Busch1Chip Ganassi Racing12Bubba Wallace43Richard Petty Motorsports13Joey Logano22Team Penske14Chase Elliott9Hendrick Motorsports15Denny Hamlin11Joe Gibbs Racing16Kyle Busch18Joe Gibbs Racing17Ryan Blaney12Team Penske18Martin Truex Jr.19Joe Gibbs Racing19Brad Keselowski2Team Penske20Kevin Harvick4Stewart-Haas Racing21Alex Bowman88Hendrick Motorsports22Corey LaJoie32Go Fas Racing23Ty Dillon13Germain Racing24Daniel Suarez96Gaunt Brothers Racing25Ryan Preece37JTG Daugherty Racing26JJ Yeley27Rick Ware Racing27Quin Houff00StarCom Racing28Ryan Newman6Roush Fenway Racing29Michael McDowell34Front Row Motorsports30Reed Sorenson74Spire Motorsports31Austin Dillon3Richard Childress Racing32Ricky Stenhouse Jr.47JTG Daugherty Racing33Timmy Hill66Motorsports Business Management34Cole Custer41Stewart-Haas Racing35Garrett Smithley53Rick Ware Racing36John Hunter Nemechek38Front Row Motorsports37Brennan Poole15Premium Motorsports38James Davison51Petty Ware Racing39Josh Bilicki7Tommy Baldwin Racing The starting lineup and pole for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway, the second of a doubleheader this weekend, were set based on how drivers finished in Saturday’s Cup Series race at the track.The starting grid for Sunday’s race at Michigan, scheduled to start at 4:30 p.m. ET and broadcast live on NBCSN, features two Fords in the front row and two Chevrolets in the second row based on the results of the weekend’s first leg, with the top 20 finishers inverted..last_img read more