Watch Fruition Perform “Boil Over” At Last Year’s Northwest String Summit [Pro-Shot]

first_imgThe Northwest String Summit at Horning’s Hideout in North Plains, Oregon, has become somewhat of a mecca for bluegrass musicians and fans alike, consistently bringing together big names and small across the bluegrass scene to join together in collaboration and celebration. One such regular at the festival is Fruition, the five-piece jamgrass outfit from Portland, Oregon, who will be returning to the bluegrass festival slated for July 13th through 16th this summer.Watch Greensky Bluegrass Tear Up “Reverend” At Last Year’s Northwest String Summit [Pro-Shot]The folks over at Jamgrass TV have just released a new pro-shot video of the Oregon band’s performance last year at the Northwest String Summit ahead of this year’s festival. In this latest video, Fruition goes into a fiery rendition of “Boil Over,” a song off their 2013 release Just One Of Them Nights. You can watch the group’s performance below as a way to get stoked on Fruition’s return to Horning’s Hideout this summer.Fruition Bares Their Hearts And Souls On A Monday Night In Bloomington [Videos/Full Audio]Just like in 2016, Fruition is slated to perform two sets across the duration of the Northwest String Summit, along with Greensky Bluegrass, Yonder Mountain String Band, Del McCoury Band, JJ Grey & Mofro, Elephant Revival, Todd Snider & Great American Taxi, Turkuaz, and more. The festival this year will also see a performance by a new all-woman group dubbed Sideboob, which features Fruition’s Mimi Naja along with Allie Kral of Yonder Mountain String Band and Katelyn and Laurie Shook, also known as the Shook Twins. You can head over to Northwest String Summit’s website to get more information about the festival as well as to purchase tickets, as we can tell already that you’re not going to want to miss out this year.Frution, “Boil Over,” Northwest String Summit 2016last_img read more

Van Persie treble fires United to title

first_img Press Association Long since accepted as the summer signing that made the difference, Van Persie underlined his value by ensuring there was never a chance Aston Villa might prevent their hosts from collecting the victory required to celebrate championship number 20 in front of their own fans at Old Trafford. Van Persie took 81 seconds to sweep home Ryan Giggs’ knock-back. Twelve minutes from the break he profited from more unselfishness from Giggs to complete the second three-timer of his United career. In between he scored one of his best goals as he followed Wayne Rooney’s long ball, waited for it to drop then smashed a first-time volley into the corner. The Dutchman’s contribution took his tally for the season to 24, ahead of major rival Luis Suarez in the hunt for the Golden Boot. But Villa did not just have Van Persie to look after, they also needed to subdue Wayne Rooney. And in that task, they failed miserably. Again slotted into central midfield alongside Michael Carrick, Rooney took control, spraying passes around in a manner befitting Paul Scholes. The first went arrowing to the corner for Antonio Valencia to hunt down after barely a minute. Valencia held the ball up and rolled it back to Rafael, whose deep cross found Giggs, and Van Persie did the rest. It was part of a blistering start from the champions-elect, in which Van Persie almost scored again and nearly set up Shinji Kagawa and Rafael smashed a shot against the post from 20 yards. Villa were simply unable to resist. On his 400th United appearance, Rooney launched a rocket from inside his own half which Van Persie’s perfect technique allowed him to belt into the visitors’ goal before it bounced. Van Persie completed his second United hat-trick when Giggs broke through and elected to slip a pass inside rather than go for goal himself. The visitors, acutely aware of the damage to their own relegation battle a heavy defeat could inflict, gamely went hunting a consolation in the second half. Yet even here, Van Persie was the prominent figure, heading a goalbound Andreas Weimann effort off the line. Christian Benteke should have scored but David de Gea repelled that attempt. United briefly roused themselves only for Rooney to fire over from 20 yards. Kagawa also failed to find the target when he only had Brad Guzan to beat after a superb first touch. Really though, the hosts were counting down to the final whistle, as were their supporters, who spent the second half paying homage to a succession of past players. Their focus switched when referee Anthony Taylor brought the evening to an end though, and Van Persie was the man they owed most thanks to. center_img Robin van Persie bagged a magnificent first-half hat-trick to fire Manchester United to Barclays Premier League title glory with a 3-0 win over Aston Villa.last_img read more