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All-Star Tributes To Jerry Garcia & Dr. John To Be Released On CD/DVD

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first_imgLast year marked the beginning of a new and exciting tradition, as all-star tribute concerts popped up across the country for a number of beloved artists. Put on by the group Blackbird Presents, tributes to Jerry Garcia, Dr. John and Emmylou Harris captured the imaginations of musicians everywhere, and entranced fans with creative interpretations of legendary songs.Today we’ve learned that all three of those tributes will be released on CD and DVD, though the dates of these releases have yet to be revealed. The Dear Jerry tribute was easily one of the most exciting evenings of music, with all four surviving members of the Grateful Dead on hand, as well as performances from Widespread Panic, moe., Bruce Hornsby, Grace Potter, Jimmy Cliff, David Grisman, Jorma Kaukonen, Railroad Earth, The Disco Biscuits and more. For more about the releases, head to Blackbird’s website. You can also relive “Dear Jerry” through Erik Kabik’s photo gallery below: Load remaining imageslast_img read more

Prosecutors file to appeal ruling blocking video of Robert Kraft in prostitution case

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first_imgPalm Beach Prosecutors have filed an appeal to a ruling which blocked video evidence of New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft in the Jupiter prostitution case.Kraft was one of 25 men charged by Jupiter police in January as part of an investigation into human trafficking and prostitution in the beach community.Investigators used surveillance cameras secretly installed in the Orchids of Asia Day Spa to gather evidence, but no evidence of human trafficking was found, according to prosecutors.In April, a judge granted Kraft’s motion to suppress the surveillance video gathered by police because no evidence of human tracking was found.The case has reportedly been stalled for months, and at one point prosecutors were expected to drop the charges after video evidence from inside the spa was deemed inadmissible in court.But as of Tuesday, Palm Beach County prosecutors are still going after Kraft.In the 63-page report filed with the Fourth District Court of Appeal of Florida, the state of Florida argued the County Court erroneously suppressed the video evidence of Kraft’s prostitution offenses, the warrant complied with the Warrant Clause, and any Fourth Amendment minimization requirements were satisfied.Kraft is facing two misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitution.This story is developing.Related content:Prosecutors offer deal to Robert Kraft in local prostitution caselast_img read more