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Neil Young and Promise Of The Real Perform ‘Old Man’ Together For First Time [Watch]

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first_imgEdit this setlist | More Neil Young + Promise of the Real setlists[H/T – JamBase] Neil Young continued his current European tour with current backing band Promise of the Real on Thursday night with a performance at AccorHotels Arena in Paris, France. Promise of the Real, which includes Willie Nelson‘s sons Lukas and Micha Nelson, has been touring with Young since last year in support of their collaborative 2015 album The Monsanto Years, their third studio album and Young’s thirty-sixth.While Young had performed his hit song “Old Man” a handful of times on this tour during the solo portion of the performances, Thursday’s show was highlighted by the first live rendition of the song by Young with the full support of Promise of the Real. The band also tackled “Like An Inca” (from Young’s 1982 album Trans) in the encore slot, laying into the band with tight improv for just its second outing since 1982. You can watch fan-shot video of “Old Man” and “Like An Inca” from the Paris show below, courtesy of YouTube users Gerard Rallo and Jean-Paul Pelicant:“Old Man”:“Like An Inca” encore:last_img read more

“I am not giving up my IBF title to Lopez”- Richard Commey

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first_imgIBF Lightweight champion, Richard Commey, says he has no plans of relinquishing his belt when faces Teofimo Lopez on Saturday in New York.The bout is Commey’s second defence of the title he won in February after defeating Isa Chaniev. In June  this year, he defeated Ray Beltran via an 8th round knockout.Commey and Lopez meet at the Madison Square Garden with the winner almost guaranteed a fight with Vasyl Lomachenko in a bid to unify the division.Commey says he wants to leave the arena as champion and his journey to the top of the division is his motivation to succeed against Lopez.“I thank God for a good year. I have worked so hard to get here looking at where I am coming from. How many boxers have come from Ghana to get the chance to fight at the Madison Square Garden?I am grateful to Top Rank for the opportunity. I am ready to for the bout and I am ready to defend my title and there is no way I am letting it go.I take every opponent seriously and I always train hard and live a simple life. On Saturday, I will give it everything I have and I will just do what I always do and be me in the ring.”The bout is part of the main event that will see WBO Welterweight Champion, Terence Crawford taking on Egidijus Kavaliauskas.last_img read more