This year’s third annual Hillberry: The Harvest Moon Festival lineup is chock full of bluegrass, funk, and americana/folk acts and is set to take place from October 13th-16th at “The Farm” in Eureka Springs, AR. The festival site rests with its back to the majestic Mark Twain National Forest, boasting 360° panoramic views in the hills of the Ozarks ; essentially the perfect setting for a lineup that includes festival hosts Railroad Earth (2 nights), Greensky Bluegrass, The Infamous Stringdusters, The Travelin’ McCoury’s, The New Mastersounds, Turkuaz, Larry Keel (Larry Does Jerry), Fruition, and many more (purchase tickets here).Festival organizers, Deadhead Productions, who also put on Highberry Music Festival at the Ozark National Forest’s Mulberry Mountain, are excited for this year’s lineup and festivities, during what is one of the most beautiful times of the year in the area. With attendance capped at 3000, attendees can expect a truly intimate festival and camping experience. There isn’t anything much better than the opportunity to enjoy some bluegrass and funk, surrounded by nothing but nature, while enjoying some barley-laced ales and libations.Beyond the music, Hillberry offers art installations, a wide spectrum of activities and workshops for children and adults alike, including tie-dying, yoga, rock balancing, and open forum discussions with headlining performers, and much more. Additionally, attendees can take a short hike to the top of The Farm to enjoy a beautiful shrine constructed in memory of the late Grateful Dead legend Jerry Garcia. A Eureka Springs based artist, known as ‘Ralph Shrine,’ and his team built the “Jerry Shrine” to commemorate one of the most inspiring musical artists of the 20th century; an artist whose band and musical legacy left an impact on literally hundreds of thousands of loyal fans that still resonates today.We decided to make a Hillberry Festival playlist on Spotify to help whet your appetites (and for your listening pleasure) with some tracks from the various artists appearing on this year’s lineup. Take a listen below and enjoy!For tickets and additional information about Hillberry, click here.Hillberry Harvest Moon 2016 Festival Full Artist LineupRailroad Earth (2 Nights)Greensky BluegrassThe Infamous StringdustersThe Travelin’ McCourysThe New MastersoundsElephant RevivalTurkuazLarry Keel (Larry does Jerry)FruitionThe Ben Miller BandSplit Lip RayfieldDirtfootThe HatrickArkansauceMountain SproutFriends of the PhamilySad DaddyThe Crescent City ComboJohn Henry & FriendsOpal Agafia & The Sweet NothingsThe Ozark TravelersSquarshers
It’s been one year since we lost Col. Bruce Hampton, the celebrated “grandaddy of the jam scene” who raised contemporary heroes like Derek Trucks, Jimmy Herring, Oteil Burbridge, Brandon “Taz” Niederauer, and many, many more as his musical children. Almost exactly one year after Hampton 70, the Colonel’s 70th birthday celebration and final gathering, a group of musicians banded together for a tribute show at The Maple Leaf Bar in New Orleans during Jazz Fest.Starting around 2 in the morning, the core band was made up of drummer Duane Trucks (Widespread Panic), bassist Dave Schools (Widespread Panic), keyboardist/flutist Kofi Burbridge (Tedeschi Trucks Band), and guitarist/vocalist Jake Eckhart (Dirty Dozen Brass Band). During the late-night show, special guests rotated throughout center stage of the tiny room, which was roaring with energy and celebration. Young guitarists Brandon “Taz” Neiderauer and Marcus King were on hand, as well as guitarists Papa Mali and Eric McFadden, and Lettuce saxophonist Ryan Zoids. The setlist featured songs from Col. Bruce Hampton and Widespread Panic’s rotations, including Hampton originals and covers of Bukka White, Skip James, Howlin’ Wolf, Bobby Blue Band, and more.Thanks to Picklemic, you can listen to the full show audio below:Setlist: Colonel Bruce Tribute | The Maple Leaf Bar | New Orleans, LA | 5/3/18Fixin’ To Die*, Time Is Free*, I’m So Glad*, Smokestack Lightning%, There Was A Time%, I Got My Mojo Working%$, Yield Not to Temptation&, Compared To What&, Spoonful&ß, Basically Frightened>*&%, Lovelight*&%$*Brandon “Taz” Neiderauer&Marcus King%Papa Mali$Eric McFadden$Ryan ZoidsOne of Col. Bruce Hampton’s final products, before he passed, was an independent film, Here Comes Rusty, which officially debuted at film festivals in 2016, but never actually released to the public. Now, the film producers and cast want to bring that film to the finish line and give Here Comes Rusty the completion it deserves for the family, friends, and fans of Col. Bruce Hampton. Click this link to donate, and #DoItForBruce. Learn more about the film here.
“[Bulis and Smith did an] exceptional job, [we are] very proud of them,” Masi said. “Unfortunately, we just came up short.” USC turns its focus to Tuesday’s match against Wisconsin in Madison, Wis., and the ITA National Team Indoor Tournament, also set in Madison, Friday through Monday. The No. 1 USC men’s tennis team traveled to Columbus, Ohio to take on No. 2 Ohio State Sunday, falling 4-2 to the Buckeyes in a tightly contested matchup. The Buckeyes started off strong, winning two of their three doubles matches against USC. Ohio State’s partnership of No. 70 sophomore James Trotter and freshman Justin Boulais narrowly beat the team of Bulis and Holt 7-6 in a tiebreaker. Additionally, No. 31 redshirt senior Kyle Seelig and No. 22 freshman Cannon Kingsley also beat the Trojans’ pair of Dostanic and Frye, 6-4. Masi attributed some of the issues the Trojans faced in Columbus to the fact that the matches were played indoors. USC has tended to play better on outdoor courts like those at David X. Marks Tennis Stadium, the Trojans’ home courts. Down 0-1, the Trojans tried to bounce back in singles play with Cukierman set to face off against Kingsley. However, the nation’s top player was upset by the freshman Buckeye, losing in straight sets 6-4 and 6-2. Building off the surprising win, No. 19 junior John McNally defeated Holt in 6-3 and 6-4 sets. It was Holt’s first loss of the season as the senior entered the weekend at 11-0 in doubles play and 7-0 in singles play on the season. Smith kept the Trojans alive by knocking off Seelig in a tough match, winning 3-6, 6-1 and 6-4. Masi also praised Smith for his work against the ranked opponent. “Riley obviously coming back from a set behind … winning in three sets — that was awesome,” Masi said. However, the Trojans’ comeback attempt fell short there. Dostanic fell to Trotter 6-4, 6-7 (4) and 6-2 win to put USC away. Senior Riley Smith was one of two Trojans to win their match at Ohio State. Smith defeated Ohio State redshirt senior Kyle Seelig. (Daily Trojan file photo) USC brought their top players to the contest: No. 1 junior Daniel Cukierman, No. 15 sophomore Mor Bulis, No. 24 senior Brandon Holt, No. 33 senior Riley Smith, No. 65 freshman Stefan Dostanic, No. 69 freshman Ryder Jackson and sophomore Bradley Frye. Ohio State was coming off a big win against then-No.1 Texas Feb. 1 and now looked to challenge the Trojans on their home courts. However, USC fought back. First, Bulis was able to win easily against Boulais in two straight 6-2 sets. Head coach Brett Masi applauded Bulis’ impressive performance. Despite the disappointing outcome and USC likely losing its top seed, Masi had some positive takeaways from the weekend. Overall, he was impressed by both Bulis and Smith and their contributions to the team effort. “They struggled with the [climate] elements — I think everybody did,” Masi said about the indoor setting. “It is just getting used to the elements of playing in different environments. Like indoors, as opposed to playing outdoors, is just a different type of tennis, and [we] got to get acclimated to it.” “Mor did a really good job in his singles match,” Masi said. “[He] played a great match, beating [Boulais], two in two [sets].”
International betting operator Parimatch strengthened its commitment to esports after it teamed up with ESforce Holding to host the Dota2 Parimatch League Season 1. The tournament, which had a prize pool of $75,000, attracted over 1,000 spectators to the Yota Arena in Moscow. It marked the first time that a betting operator had organised its own esports competition. Stepan Shulga, Head of esports at Parimatch commented; “We managed to create a unique Russian-language league for players, which has become an excellent base for rivalry in the CIS region. I hope that our tournament has pleased the esports community and will further develop the Russian-speaking scene of Dota 2. In the competition’s inaugural season, broadcasts of the tournament have accrued over 6 million views across its Twitch platform, with the average number of viewers for the league reaching 36,000. The finals of the Parimatch Leagues saw a number of CIS esports teams compete against one another, and included Virtus.Pro, HellRaisers, Team Spirit and jfshfh178 of which Virtus.Pro took the $40,000 winning prize.Maxim Maslov, Epic Esports Events CEO, added: “We saw a very impressive level of play in the first season. We are sure that the fans were entertained. We want to develop the Dota 2 community throughout the CIS, and League Parimatch helps us a lot in this. “In addition, we strive to give talented players the opportunity to develop – and we believe in the next season we will see new future stars.”Parimatch plans to continue to support esports by confirming plans to develop its own esports league, with a prize pool of $100,000.Shulga continued: “We are excited to announce the second season of Parimatch League, where the best teams from the CIS region will now fight for a $100,000 prize pool. It will be worth following.” Ukraine gambling bill enacted by President Zelensky August 11, 2020 Parimatch hails top talent of inaugural ‘Universal Sports & Games Hackathon’ August 14, 2020 Share Parimatch named official betting partner of OMEGA league August 3, 2020 Related Articles Submit Share StumbleUpon