Keller Williams Treats Charleston To Solo & KWahtro Performances Back-To-Back [Videos/Gallery/Setlist]

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first_imgSetlist: Keller Williams Solo at The Pour House, Charleston, SC – 10/20/16Set 1 – Mental instrumental : Bounty hunter(dead or alive>midnight rider) :Tubeless; She Rolls: Mountains of the Moon: More a Little: Positive: Short Show: People WatchingSet 2 – Cookie’s: Caddy>Return to Sender>Caddy; Job; Dobbie in pocket; Mantra; Gate Crashers; Shakedown StreetE: Making it RainSetlist: Keller Williams KWahtro at The Pour House, Charleston, SC – 10/21/16Set 1 – 2 minute jam; Moving Sidewalk; High; Baby Mama; Best Feeling; Song for Fela; Hategreedlove ; 6 Pack; Cheaper by the bail; Eyes of The WorldSet 2 – Off Time: Breathe>Drop>Breathe; Victory Song; Buena; Drum solo; Put another log on the fire (KW solo); Running on Fumes; In the Middle; ApparitionE: Scarlet Begonias The soulful styles of Keller Williams was on full display in Charleston, SC last weekend, as he sat down for two great shows at The Pour House on October 20th and 21st. With two nights to work his charm in Charleston, Keller delivered two totally unique performances. The first night saw him perform solo, backed by his typical and impressive display of multi-instrumental tape loops. The second night was a more traditional concert affair (though perhaps less traditional for Keller himself), as the guitarist was backed by his tight-knit KWahtro ensemble featuring Gibb Droll, Danton Boller, and Rodney Holmes.The first night of the run saw Keller mix his classic originals with unique covers, delighting fans with his one-of-a-kind solo performing style. The Grateful Dead’s music was on full display in the run, as Keller picked on “Mountains of the Moon” and “Shakedown Street” during the first show, and would bring out “Eyes Of The World” and “Scarlet Begonias” in the second. There were also a number of familiar favorites, like “She Rolls” and “Gate Crashers,” as well as “Best Feeling” and more with the full band.Thanks to yuforic on YouTube, we can watch a series of videos from the solo performance below. The full setlists from the two night run, as well as photos of KWahtro by Ellison White Photography, can be seen below as well. Load remaining imageslast_img read more


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first_imgSyracuse was already out to its quickest lead of the season and Liam Callahan kept pressing. With a Seattle defender tagged to his right shoulder, he created separation by breaking his stride in the box and stopping the ball.He stutter-stepped to reverse his direction and threaded the ball 25 feet across the box to Noah Rhynhart, who spun around a defender and netted Syracuse’s second goal in the opening 20 minutes.On the ensuing possession, Callahan sent a cross toward the box that was deflected off the head of Seattle’s Michael Roberts. Despite his immediate efforts to inject more life into SU’s offense, it was silenced for the next 50 minutes.“We actually then … almost took our foot off the accelerator after that second goal,” head coach Ian McIntyre said. “It was a great start.”No. 6 seed Syracuse (15-5-3, 3-4-1 Atlantic Coast) held on though, and skirted past 11th-seeded Seattle (18-4-1, 9-1 Western Athletic) with a 3-1 win at SU Soccer Stadium on Sunday afternoon to advance to the Elite Eight. The Orange will host Boston College on Saturday at 2 p.m. at SU Soccer Stadium.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAfter orchestrating the Orange’s early attack with assists on both first-half goals, Callahan emerged as the liaison from Syracuse’s defensive side of the field to get balls up to forwards Chris Nanco and Ben Polk.He switched gears throughout the game after pushing the offensive side of the ball early and led SU’s defense in consistently shooing away errant crosses and headers from the Redhawks.“Just a back and forth player,” Callahan said of how he views his role. “I’m one who can see both sides of the field, both defensively and offensively.“… I still have my defensive responsibilities.”With Seattle midfielder Sergio Rivas bearing down on Callahan trying to create a fast-break situation, the Syracuse midfielder deked out Rivas and dribbled through him. Right as Rivas tried one last jab at the ball, Callahan booted it ahead the left sideline and into the open field for the speedy Nanco to retrieve.The possession resulted in an Orange corner kick attempt, and encapsulated Seattle’s desperate offensive mentality that never materialized. The constant acceleration on offense didn’t lend itself to Seattle deftly nabbing balls away like Rivas tried to.The Redhawks sent most kicks too far forward, and crosses in dangerous areas often overshot their target. Callahan ensured the pattern remained status quo.“We had a hard time getting a rhythm,” Seattle head coach Pete Fewing said. “ … We never could quite get our head up, look forward, play balls because everywhere we went we had a Syracuse player on top of us.”Five minutes after his ball up to Nanco didn’t result in a shot on goal, he instead took the ball up the left sideline himself. Having already converted a corner kick to an assist on Syracuse’s first goal of the game, Callahan mimicked the situation as he dribbled freely deep into Redhawks’ territory.He shot an ambitious cross over the penalty box and past forward Ben Polk. Callahan threw his hands up in the air in frustration, but he kept Syracuse on the precipice of its third goal before Seattle had its first.The SU midfielder was supposed to be guarding the Redhawks right back, but Callahan said the lack of offensive opportunities didn’t allow any Seattle defenders to enter SU’s territory.“It was a little easier for me to stay up top and try and get those balls in,” Callahan said.As the final buzzer sounded to seal the Orange’s win, Callahan put his hands on his knees and stared into the ground. The accepted vocal leader of the team who delivers his pregame speeches with vigor silently stood away from SU’s immediate celebration.He contributed to the win as much as any of Syracuse’s three goal-scorers and knows much of the public praise will fall on them. That’s just how he likes it.“(I’m) just kind of a rock for the team,” Callahan said. “Just doing the dirty work and the hard work if it needs to be done.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 29, 2015 at 6:21 pm Contact Connor: [email protected] | @connorgrossmanlast_img read more


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first_imgAlexander: Our beta launched happened at the end of August – we we are quite new. Our main goals are to bring awareness to our platform and to continue to collect valuable feedback from our fans – partnering with ESL at IEM Oakland is the perfect place for both.  ESI: What is the ultimate aim for DreamTeam?  Alexander: I think there 90% of the esports ICO’s will fail to deliver in upcoming 8-12 months, but dozens of ICO’s will deliver amazing product, and DreamTeam will be one of those. We have a very experienced team, an all-star advisory board that will will reveal shortly, and a platform where tokens actually make sense. Esports Insider says: Alexander is an extremely experienced man in the world of esports – his C.V. speaks for itself. The intentions behind this new platform are most definitely in the right place and when compared to other ICOs which seem, at best, clutching at straws, this looks a lot more astute. Good luck to the team and congratulations on the partnership. ESI: DreamTeam is based on blockchain from start to finish and creating an ecosystem that is entirely trustworthy for players and all involved. How does partnering with an event like Oakland feed into the ambitions of DreamTeam? Is it a chance to sign players up to the platform? Alexander Kokhanovskyy: ESL and DreamTeam’s partnership involves educating fans and aspiring pros about DreamTeam’s easily accessible world-class management tools. The marketing angle is that DreamTeam wants to engage fans as early as possible to get them involved in teams, and to get rid of the high barrier to entry when it comes to building a team, which is the first problem the DreamTeam platform plans to solve.center_img Alexander: Our ultimate vision is to build a multi-billion-dollar ecosystem on the DreamTeam platform thorough media right sales, sponsorships, players salaries, and prize money, all of which will be paid in DreamTeam Token. Blockchain technology, specifically smart contracts will ensure the highest possible security, on-time payments, automated obligations control, and anti-fraud system enforcement. This is an ambitious vision, but I believe we are the team to make this happen. The first step is to provide an all-in-one solution for gamers who want to build, grow, manage and monetize their team. ESI: We’ve seen a lot of activity around the ICO, blockchain and esports space in recent months. Do you think it’s dangerous the amount of ICO and crypto we’ve seen emerging?  DreamTeam, the esports and gaming recruitment and management network based on a centralised platform has announced a strategic partnership with ESL, which will kickoff at the Intel Extreme Masters (“IEM”) Oakland. The partnership will see DreamTeam, a platform with lofty ambition have an “active presence” at IEM Oakland, where fans will have the chance to watch both Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and the new title for Oakland, PUBG. The release also teases future collaborations between the two parties which at this moment are not disclosed. “I’ve been a long long-time fan of ESL and we see this collaboration as the cornerstone to establishing and developing an ongoing, solid partnership,” said Alexander Kokhanovskyy, CEO of DreamTeam. “Partnering with a leading esports company like ESL provides a way to tap into the audience of avid gamers at IEM Oakland and highlight how DreamTeam can advance this generation of esports gamers and fans.”“We are thrilled to collaborate with DreamTeam at the upcoming IEM Oakland event,” said Ralf Reichert, CEO of ESL. “Through this strategic partnership we will build the esports industry together as we both invest in current and future esports stars and explore innovative ways to fuel esports growth.”Esports Insider had the chance to ask CEO of DreamTeam, Founder of Natus Vincere and co-owner of ESForce Alexander Kokhanovskyy, about the latest partnership, and the recent emergence of esports ICOs, of which DreamTeam is another in a fast-growing list.ESI: What exactly will the partnership with ESL brings for DreamTeam?last_img read more


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first_imgCOLOMBO, Sri Lanka (CMC):Rahkeem Cornwall secured career-best figures, but West Indies A were slumping towards a heavy defeat after suffering another dramatic batting collapse in the opening four-day Test against Sri Lanka A here yesterday.Trailing by 110 runs on first innings, the Caribbean side ended day three of the game at the Khettarama Stadium on 165 for nine – only 55 runs in front-heading into today’s final day.Left-hander Vishaul Singh top-scored again with 46, tail-ender Gudakesh Motie-Kanhai chipped in with 34, while captain Shamarh Brooks got 28, but West Indies A struggled to put meaningful partnerships together.They were undermined by left-arm spinner Lakshan Sandakan, who claimed three for 47 while seamers Asitha Fernando (2-16) and Asela Gunaratne (2-30), along with off-spinner Charith Asalanka (2-27), all supported with two wickets each.West Indies A never really recovered from losing left-hander Kieran Powell for a first-ball ‘duck’ to the sixth ball of the innings, bowled by Fernando, and they quickly tumbled to 31 for three as opener Rajendra Chandrika (5) and John Campbell (22) also fell cheaply.For the second time in the game, Vishaul and Brooks came together to repair the innings, this time putting on a crucial 44 for the fourth wicket.Vishaul faced 111 deliveries and struck five fours while Brooks failed to find the boundary in his 95-ball innings.When Brooks was caught at the wicket off Gunaratne, wicketkeeper Jahmar Hamilton (8) joined Vishaul to post a further 28 for the fifth wicket before things fell apart.FOUR QUICK WICKETSHamilton’s dismissal – caught and bowled by Asalanka – triggered another slide as West Indies A lost four quick wickets for 29 runs to collapse to 132 for eight.Only a 33-run, ninth-wicket stand between Motie-Kanhai and Keon Joseph (9 not out) saved the tourists from being bowled out late in the day.Motie-Kanhai faced 69 deliveries and counted four fours before becoming Sandakan’s third wicket of a fine spell.Earlier, Cornwall added two more wickets to his six on Wednesday to finish with eight for 108 as Sri Lanka A, resuming on 348 for eight, were dismissed for 386.Gunaratne, unbeaten on 15 overnight, made 38.last_img read more