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

Barbados Pride finishes atop Group B after win over CCC Marooners

first_imgBARBADOS Pride secured first place in Group B with a 143-run win over Combined Campuses and Colleges Marooners at Kensington Oval on Saturday evening.The Group B host finished 7-1 in pool play with their only loss coming to Jamaica. Barbados’ opponent in the semi-final stage will be the loser of yesterday’sLeeward Islands v Trinidad & Tobago Group A match at Coolidge.The win was set up by a trio of fifties from Kraigg Brathwaite (51), Shai Hope (62) and Jonathan Carter (79) as Barbados posted 294 for 8 after choosing to bat first. The bulk of the damage was done during a brisk third-wicket stand between Hope and Carter in which they added 119 in just 13 overs after coming together in the 29th over.CCC’s chase struggled to get momentum early after Jason Holder struck twice in the Powerplay. Ashley Nurse, the tournament’s leading wicket-taker, and fellow spinner Sulieman Benn took three wickets apiece to rip through the middle order and CCC were eventually bowled out for 151 in the 45th over.last_img read more