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Nicki Bluhm Joins Phil Lesh & Friends For Powerful ‘Ohio’ Cover On Kent State Shooting Anniversary

first_imgA full audio recording of last night’s performance, including “Ohio” (1:34:00) and more, can be streamed here. The full show setlist can be seen below:Edit this setlist | More Phil Lesh & Friends setlists Last night, Grateful Dead bass legend Phil Lesh hosted a Phil Lesh & Friends performance at Terrapin Crossroads. Not only was the show free (!), but the band welcomed vocalist Nicki Bluhm to add some sensational vocals to the concert.The full band included Grahame Lesh, Scott Law, Ross James, Jason Crosby, and Alex Koford – seasoned veterans of the San Rafael, CA venue owned and operated by Lesh. The group started off with a “Help On The Way > Slipknot!” that found its way into “Shakedown Street.” The show included a cover of Crosby Stills Nash & Young’s “Ohio,” a song written in honor of the shootings at Kent State University. Yesterday was the 46th anniversary of that tragic day in American history.The majority of the show also featured Nicki Bluhm, who joined in for “Desperado” and lent her hand on songs like “The Music Never Stopped,” Scott Law’s “Leave the Leavin’ Up To You,” “Eyes Of The World,” “Ohio,” and the encore “U.S. Blues.” Watch “Desperado” and “The Music Never Stopped,” thanks to nowiknowuryder, below:last_img read more

Former Syracuse football coach Scott Shafer to return to Carrier Dome Sept. 9 as MTSU’s defensive coordinator

first_img Published on January 20, 2017 at 10:06 am Contact Matthew: [email protected] | @MatthewGut21 Facebook Twitter Google+ Former Syracuse football head coach Scott Shafer will return to the Carrier Dome on Sept. 9 as defensive coordinator for Middle Tennessee State.Shafer served as SU’s head coach from 2013-15, finishing 14-23. He was hired to replace Doug Marrone at the end of the 2012 season after the Orange won its second Pinstripe Bowl in three years. Before taking over as Syracuse’s head coach, Shafer served four years as the school’s defensive coordinator. He was fired in November 2015 with one game remaining.center_img AdvertisementThis is placeholder textJust under four months after Shafer was hired as the defensive coordinator at Maryland, he stepped down due to personal reasons. After taking 2016 off from coaching, he will return to the college football landscape this fall.When Shafer returns to the Dome, Syracuse will play its first ever Conference USA opponent, Middle Tennessee State. The MTSU contest is one of four non-conference games Syracuse has scheduled in 2017 and comes one week before the Orange host Central Michigan on Sept. 16 and two weeks before SU visits Louisiana State on Sept. 23. The full 2017 schedule has not yet been released.SU will play Atlantic Coast Conference foes Boston College, Clemson, Pittsburgh and Wake Forest at home in 2017. On the road, the Orange will play Florida State, Louisville, Miami and North Carolina State.In March, Syracuse men’s basketball advanced to the Sweet 16 with a 75-50 win over the MTSU Blue Raiders. Commentslast_img read more