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

Coaches Corner Monday Night On WRBI

first_imgListen Monday Night (9-16) for Southeastern Indiana’s Top Local Sports Show, Coaches Corner, with Hall of Famer, Ron Raver at 6 at Ison’s Family Pizza.Guests include Mike Meyers-Greensburg Girls Soccer, Troy Davis-Greensburg Cross Country, and Eric Heppner-Batesville Football.A big thanks to The Crew at Ison’s Family Pizza for hosting Coaches Corner.last_img

Jesse P. Elsner, 25

first_imgJesse P. Elsner, 25 of Greensburg passed away on Friday, August 9, 2019. Jesse was born in Batesville on December 7, 1993, the son of John and Vonda (Mozingo) Elsner. He was a 2012 graduate of North Decatur High School. He continued his education at Purdue University where he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree to become a commercial pilot and CFI. After graduation he was a flight instructor at Purdue for one semester until he began working at Plane Sense, flying private jets for wealthy club members up and down the East Coast. Unfortunately, six weeks after taking his job, Jesse developed a very painful and incurable disease called Neuromyelitis Optica where he lost feeling in his legs and eventually his entire body, forcing him to give up his dream of flying.Jesse was a member of the St. Mary’s Catholic Church and loved his family, especially his nieces and grandparents.Survivors include his parents – John and Vonda, his sister – Danielle (Jason) Bell of Marietta, GA, his three nieces – Diana, Avery and Aliya Bell, and several aunts and uncles. He was preceded in death by his grandparents – Paul and Betty Elsner and Bud and Shirley Mozingo.A Rosary Service will be prayed at 3pm on Wednesday, August 14, 2019 with visitation following from 4PM – 8PM at the Gilliland-Howe Funeral Home. A Funeral Mass will begin on Thursday at 10AM at St. Mary’s Catholic Church with Fr. John Meyer officiating. Burial will follow at St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Guthy-Jackson Charitable Foundation, which funds research for NMO. Online condolences may be made to the family at read more