Bob Weir Joins Lukas Nelson & Promise Of The Real For Three Songs In San Fran [Video]

first_imgLast night, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real got some help from Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir at the second night of their two-show stand at San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall. The performance came as part of Promise of the Real’s stretch with singer-songwriter Tyler Childers on the ongoing “Stagecoach Spotlight Tour.”Following sets by Childers and tour supporting artist Lillie Mae, Nelson and Promise of the Real came out for their headlining performance with Weir in tow. The band opened with a rendition of the Dead’s “Althea” sung by Nelson, before Bobby took over on vocals for “West L.A. Fadeaway”. Finally, Bobby stayed at the mic for a rendition of Bob Dylan‘s “Maggie’s Farm”, a latter-day live Dead cover and a staple of various post-Jerry Garcia projects. While Weir battled sound issues with his instrument throughout the sit-in, his presence at the Bay Area performance was nevertheless appreciatively received.As JamBase notes, Weir and Nelson first performed together at a pair of recent tributes to Weir’s longtime friend and songwriting partner, John Perry Barlow, including Barlow’s free “Graduation From Meatspace” at The Fillmore and an additional event at Weir’s SweetWater Music Hall.You can watch full crowd-shot video of Weir’s sit-in below, via Facebook user Doug Clifton:Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real w/ Bob Weir – “Althea”, “West LA Fadeaway”, “Maggie’s Farm”Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real continue their leg of the Stagecoach Spotlight Tour tonight in San Luis Obispo, CA. From there, they head to the Big Easy, where they’ll play the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival on Friday, April 27th, followed by a set a Stagecoach Festival in Indio, CA on Sunday, April 29th. For more information on Lukas Nelson & Promis of the Real’s upcoming tour dates, or to grab tickets to any of the shows, head to the band’s website.[H/T JamBase]last_img read more

Arsene Wenger would be great choice as Chelsea’s next manager, says David Seaman

first_img Comment Phil HaighWednesday 20 Feb 2019 11:22 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Arsene Wenger would be great choice as Chelsea’s next manager, says David Seaman Maurizio Sarri is unlikely to last much longer at Chelsea (Picture: Getty Images)‘It looks like there could be a vacancy at Chelsea quite soon, depending on their next three games which are three big games for Chelsea,’ Seaman said on talkSPORT.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘He’d be great there, I think. He’d be great anywhere, he’s a fantastic manager.‘Arsene always said he wouldn’t come back to the Premier League because of his love for Arsenal , that he wouldn’t feel right competing against Arsenal.‘But obviously time’s a healer and he could think, “I want to go back there and prove a few people wrong”‘I would love to see him back, but I don’t think it would happen.’ Could  Arsene Wenger make a stunning Premier League return? (Picture: Getty Images)Arsene Wenger would be a great choice to replace Maurizio Sarri as Chelsea manager, according to his former player David Seaman.Sarri is under huge pressure at Stamford Bridge with his side sixth in the table and having been dumped out of the FA Cup by Manchester United on Monday night.Rio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starThe Italian is the odds-on favourite to be the next Premier League manager to lose his job, with the Chelsea owners losing patience with his poor results.The likes of Zinedine Zidane, Gianfranco Zola and Frank Lampard are among the favourites to replace Sarri, but Seaman believes Wenger would be an excellent appointment.ADVERTISEMENTcenter_img David Seaman remains a huge fan of Arsene Wenger (Picture: Getty Images)Wenger has admitted that he is unsure over what is to come in his career, but does feel the pull of a return to management.‘My future is unknown. Even for me,’ the Frenchman said at the Laureus Sport for Good presentation.‘I enjoy daily life now and I have been travelling a lot recently all over the world.‘I am enjoying a little bit less pressure. And more freedom as well. But I miss the competition.’MORE: Why Unai Emery will consider shock deal to sell Arsenal star Alexandre LacazetteMORE: Jose Mourinho made Paul Pogba feud public because he was ‘satisfied’ at negative press midfielder was subjected to Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more