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Tedeschi Trucks Band Opens Beacon Theatre Run With New Songs, Guests & MoreTedeschi Trucks Band Opens Beacon Theatre Run With New Songs, Guests & More

first_imgWith summer over and fall settling in, that can only mean one thing: Tedeschi Trucks Band is back in New York City. The elite soul ensemble made their triumphant return to the Beacon Theatre in New York, NY last night, starting a run of six shows with a soul-stirring performance.The band treated fans to an impressive array of covers and originals, pulling from the blues catalog as well as from their own albums. The show featured two debuts in Howlin’ Wolf’s “I’ve Been Abused” and Nina Simone’s “I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free,” the latter of which featured a guest appearance by vocalist Amy Ray, who opened the show. Amy Ray also remained for the finale, a cover of Bob Dylan’s “You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere.”There were also great versions of classics by Derek & The Dominoes, Santana, Allen Toussaint, George Harrison, and more scattered throughout the performance. Check out a series of videos from the show, courtesy of Sean Roche.Don’t Know What It Means > Keep On GrowingGet Out Of My Life WomanIsn’t It A PityHow Blue Can You GetSticks And StonesHad To Cry TodayI Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be FreeYou Ain’t Goin NowhereYou can see the full setlist below. The missing song on the setlist.fm copy is actually two tracks, “Don’t Drift Away” from TTB’s 2013 album Made Up Mind and “Sticks & Stones” by Titus Turnet, popularized by Ray Charles. Edit this setlist | More Tedeschi Trucks Band setlistslast_img read more

Arsenal legend Cesc Fabregas slams Man Utd duo Gary Neville and Wayne Rooney over infamous Pizzagate clashArsenal legend Cesc Fabregas slams Man Utd duo Gary Neville and Wayne Rooney over infamous Pizzagate clash

first_imgAdvertisement Read More 1/1 The Spaniard is still annoyed with the nature of Arsenal’s defeat (Pictures: FIVE / Rio Ferdinand / Getty)Cesc Fabregas has taken a pop at Manchester United legends Gary Neville and Wayne Rooney for their roles in the infamous pizzagate game against Arsenal, where the Invincibles were finally beaten.The Gunners travelled to Old Trafford in October 2004 on a 49-game unbeaten run but were beaten 2-0 in controversial fashion, with referee Mike Riley ignoring a string of hugely cynical fouls from the home team before awarding a very soft penalty to Rooney late in the game.Afterwards, the players scrapped in the tunnel with Fabregas rather infamously lobbing a slice of pizza at United boss Sir Alex Ferguson. Arsenal legend Cesc Fabregas slams Man Utd duo Gary Neville and Wayne Rooney over infamous Pizzagate clash / Tempers flared in a bruising clash at Old Trafford which United won 2-0 (Picture: Getty)The Spaniard had only just broken into the first-team squad at the time and was an unused substitute that day at Old Trafford, though says the whole squad were livid with the circumstances of such a pivotal defeat.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT Full Screen Cesc continued: ‘But every single time he had the ball. You know Wayne dived for the penalty against Sol [Campbell].‘So we felt [emotional]. The emotion was that we lost against a great team, which can happen, but we didn’t feel we should have lost. We didn’t think it was the right time to lose our Invincible run.‘So yeah that was the main thing to be honest. Everyone was really, really upset.’MORE: ‘It’s like a training session!’ – Cesc Fabregas unimpressed with Bundesliga returnMORE: Thierry Henry reveals what he said to Arsene Wenger during Cesc Fabregas’ first training session at ArsenalFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Manchester United captain Harry Maguire About Connatix V67539 by Metro Comment Read More Read More Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 23 May 2020 12:47 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link745Sharescenter_img Video Settings Skip Read More Advertisement SPONSORED PLAY Top articles 1 min. story Coming Next Skip Ad Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Fabregas was speaking with Rio Ferdinand – who himself got away with a nasty challenge on Freddie Ljungberg – on FIVE’s new Locker Room YouTube series and the former United defender could not resist re-living that game.‘Well I can’t finish this without asking what happened at Old Trafford,’ said Rio. ‘I remember we were scuffling in the changing rooms and in the tunnels and stuff, and obviously pizzagate happened, how was it for you guys in your changing room?’Fabregas replied: ‘We were so disappointed, we were angry, we were upset – for the way it went.More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errors‘Don’t get me wrong, it had to come to an end the Invincibles, the 49 games, and it can happen. It was at Old Trafford, against a great team, against a great Manchester United team.‘But I think it’s the way it happened. First of all, Gary Neville, what he did to [Jose] Antonio Reyes, mamma mia!’Ferdinand burst out laughing at this point, saying ‘Bang! Bang! Bang!’ and hitting his fist against the palm of his hand. Read More Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE last_img read more

Ighalo desperate to amend for FA Cup heartbreakIghalo desperate to amend for FA Cup heartbreak

first_imgRelatedPosts Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ EPL: Crystal Palace stun sloppy Man U EPL: Red Devils attack Palace Odion Ighalo is desperate to make up for his FA Cup semi-final heartbreak with Watford in 2016.Ighalo was crushed when Watford lost 2-1 to Crystal Palace, missing out on the chance to face Manchester United in the final. Now the 31-year-old striker, on loan at United until January, has a chance to erase that disappointment by making the final with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side.“It was a difficult one to take against Crystal Palace,” said Ighalo ahead of Sunday’s semi-final against Chelsea.“If we’d have won, we’d have played United in the final. Unfortunately, we lost.“It was a bitter one to take but this is an opportunity again in an FA Cup semi-final to make it right and go forward to the final.“To get to the final would be great for me in my life and my career.” Ighalo, speaking to United’s official website, added: “Now I have the opportunity to get to the final with the club I’ve supported all my life.“It would make my dreams perfect. It will be tough, but we have what it takes.”United can still do a silverware double this season, with Solskjaer’s side in the last 16 of the Europa League as well as the FA Cup semis.And club legend Bryan Robson said his former club must win a trophy to prove they are a major force once again.The ex-United skipper said: “In my last couple of years at the club, when we won the first Premier League, then the double the next season, we’d look at each other and think ‘Nah, we’ll not get beat today’. “That’s how you get that confidence and belief in each other to go on and win things.“I think United are getting close to that, but what they have to do is win something to get that belief that they can really challenge Liverpool and Manchester City next season.”Tags: FA CupManchester UnitedOdion IghaloOle Gunnar SolskjaerWatfordlast_img read more