Watch Tedeschi Trucks Band Scorch “Elizabeth Reed” With Luther Dickinson

first_imgBack in the Allman Brothers Band days, guitarist Derek Trucks was playing “In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed” on a regular basis. While that band no longer tours, Trucks found himself in familiar territory when Tedeschi Trucks Band busted out their rendition of the ABB classic at The Beacon Theatre last night.The band is now four shows deep into their six-night Beacon residency, and the special moments are quite plentiful. Tedeschi Trucks brought out Luther Dickinson for an extended sit-in during last night’s show, and the guitarist made his way through “Get Out Of My Life Woman,” “Angel From Montgomery” and “I Got A Feelin” with the band. Finally, they let loose on this extended version of the Allmans classic, which was captured by Marc Millman in the video below.The show also featured a sit-in from opener Jorma Kaukonen, who accompanied the band on their two-song encore of “Rollin’ And Tumblin’” and “Let’s Go Get Stoned.” Check out the video below, courtesy of Sean Roche. A full gallery of images can be seen below, courtesy of Andrew Scott Blackstein Photography.Setlist: Tedeschi Trucks Band at the Beacon Theatre, New York, NY – 10/5/16Set: Anyhow, Don’t Know What It Means > The Letter, Until You Remember, Crying Over You, Right On Time, Wade In The Water, Bound For Glory, How Blue Can You Get, Get Out Of My Life Woman, Angel From Montgomery > Sugaree, I Got A Feelin’, In Memory Of Elizabeth ReedEncore: Rollin’ And Tumblin’, Let’s Go Get Stoned Load remaining imageslast_img read more

MDI girls’ basketball team pulls away late to beat Ellsworth

first_img Bio Latest posts by Mike Mandell (see all) Ellsworth runners compete in virtual Boston Marathon – September 16, 2020 MPA approves golf, XC, field hockey, soccer; football, volleyball moved to spring – September 10, 2020 Mike MandellMike Mandell is the sports editor at The Ellsworth American and Mount Desert Islander. He began working for The American in August 2016. You can reach him via email at [email protected]center_img Latest Posts ELLSWORTH — The Mount Desert Island girls’ basketball team has a single blip on its 2017-18 schedule, but that speed bump has been driving the Trojans ever since.A loss on the annual road trip to Aroostook County is far from unheard of for any visiting team, but it was the way his team lost its Dec. 27 contest against Caribou that bothered head coach Brent Barker. The Trojans led most of the game before falling to an 11-point defeat.“We were up six points in the fourth quarter and let it slip away,” Barker said. “After that, I told them, ‘Hey, we need to do a better job of finishing games.’”Since then, MDI has done exactly that, controlling games late in three straight road wins. With the midway point of the season one game away, the Trojans have shown a resolve expected of a state title contender.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textMDI defeated Ellsworth 51-32 in Tuesday’s encounter at Katsiaficas Gymnasium. The win further solidified MDI’s place as a Class B North title contender and gave the Trojans yet another win in the rivalry.Ellsworth won the opening tip and held the ball for almost a minute before MDI’s Maddy Good blocked a shot and gained possession. After both teams turned the ball over, the Trojans took a 4-0 lead over the Eagles with 6:05 to play. MDI extended its lead to 6-0 minutes later before Trinity Montigny scored Ellsworth’s first points with a 3-pointer from the corner.Ellsworth’s Trinity Montigny (right) defends against MDI’s Alexis Clarito during the first half of a high school girls’ basketball game Jan. 9 in Ellsworth. The Eagles and Trojans remain in the thick of the playoff race at the midseason mark. ELLSWORTH AMERICAN PHOTO BY MIKE MANDELLAlthough MDI (7-1) led 12-5 after one quarter of play despite two early foul calls against Good, Ellsworth scored two quick baskets in the second quarter and locked down on defense to pull within three points. The Trojans extended that lead to five points in the final two minutes and were ahead 20-15 at halftime after Hannah Sargent’s last-ditch 3-pointer grazed the rim as time expired.MDI opened up the second half on a tear and extended its lead to 26-15 after three baskets in the first two and a half minutes. Katelynn Bagley then made a layup for Ellsworth (5-4), but MDI responded with a pull-up jump shot from Candage and an Emily Banks layup to take a 30-17 lead. The Trojans extended that advantage to 36-21 entering the final frame.“Getting a lead like that helped us build confidence and kept them [Ellsworth] on their heels,” Barker said. “When you can get into the driver’s seat like that in the second half, it’s going to put you in a good position to win.”The Trojans held Ellsworth scoreless for the first four minutes of the fourth quarter and pulled away further with key baskets from Good and Candage on the offensive end. Sargent had five points for Ellsworth in the closing minutes, but it wasn’t enough as MDI coasted to victory.Candage had 12 points for MDI, and Julia Watras scored 10. The Trojans’ other scorers were Banks with nine, Good with seven, Lindsey McEachern with five, Hannah Chamberlain with four and Alahna Mild and Rachelle Swanson with two each.“It’s exciting when you come here because it’s a rivalry game and a chance to get an important win,” Candage said. “Both teams are playing really hard, and you have to bring your best.”Bagley’s 10 points were the most for Ellsworth, which got six from Kylie Robidoux, five from Montigny and five from Sargent. Sierra Andrews and Samantha Carter combined for the Eagles’ remaining six points.Both teams remain in the playoff hunt at the midseason mark. With MDI in fifth place and Ellsworth in eighth, both teams are on track to play home games in next month’s preliminary round.Before that, though, the Trojans and Eagles will have to finish off their remaining schedules. Ellsworth hosts Belfast (0-9) at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 13, before beginning a difficult stretch that includes a road game against John Bapst (7-0) and home games against Presque Isle (5-2) and Caribou (6-5).“This was a hard loss for us, but I think we’re about where we expected to be at this point of the season,” Ellsworth head coach Andy Pooler said. “We’ve shown a lot of growth, and we have an opportunity to climb back up the standings over the next few weeks.”As for MDI, the Trojans face Orono (2-5) at 3:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 15, and John Bapst at 7 p.m. Jan. 17. After that, Barker’s team will play six of its final eight games at home.“It’s hard to play nearly a month away from home like we have, but our kids don’t quit and don’t complain when the going gets tough,” Barker said. “If we can keep winning like we have, we’ll be right where we want to be come tournament time.” Hospice volunteers help families navigate grief and find hope – September 12, 2020last_img read more