Edit 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:
Chester Robert Baylor 97, of Milan, Indiana passed away Tuesday evening, January 24, 2017. Chester was born September 25, 1919. Chester was drafted as part of the first troop from Indiana in 1941 to serve our country in WWII. After serving in the South Pacific, Chester returned to Milan and married Ruth Hamilton on December 20, 1945. Chester Baylor is the founder of Baylor Trucking, Inc. He started the family business hauling furniture from the Milan Furniture Factory. Chester and his wife Ruth developed the company with an entrepreneurial spirit and hard work hauling freight throughout the Midwest and to the East Coast. Chester was a proud member of the American Legion, the United Methodist Church, Masonic Lodge and Shriner’s Club. He enjoyed being active in the community; supporting local activities, dancing at the Legion, golfing with friends, driving a semi-truck in parades and creating a scholarship fund. Chester is preceded in death by his wife Ruth and his son, Robert (Bob). Surviving are his daughter, Bonnie Hammond, son, Steve (Judy) Baylor, and daughter in law, Beth Baylor. Chester was blessed with five grandchildren; Cari Baylor, Ben (Suzy) Hammond, Kelly (Bill) Shelton, Katie (Dan) Petrossi, Jenny (Chris) Swisher, and Adam Baylor. He often smiled in adoration at his eight great grandchildren. Funeral Information: Visitation will be held Saturday, January 28, 2017 from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm at Milan United Methodist Church located at 306 S Main Street, Milan IN 47031. Funeral Services will be held at the church immediately following the visitation with Reverend Pamela Wooden officiating. Burial will be in St. Paul Lutheran Church Cemetery following the funeral service. Donations Information: In lieu of flowers, Memorials may be made to the Milan Legion Post 235, 385 E Indian Trail Milan IN 47031 or the Milan United Methodist Church.
When asked to describe the team with one word based on what he’s seen in practice this week, Clothier responded, “committed.”As usual, the game will be held at the dog pound (the North Peace Arena), with the puck scheduled to drop at 8 p.m. Along with a first glimpse of this year’s potential team, fans in attendance will also get a look at the NWJHL’s newest team, the Fairview Flyers, which was voted into the league over the summer.Friday’s game will be the first of a home-and-home series between the Flyers and the Huskies, with game two taking place in Fairview Saturday, September 15.Huskies assistant coach Jeremy Clothier, says there somewhat of a level of unfamiliarity with the leagues newest team.- Advertisement -“We know absolutely nothing about them. We know their head coach was over in Germany playing pro and from seeing them play minor hockey, they are going to be big.”The Huskies have been on the ice a few times this week during team practices, giving coaches an opportunity to not only work off some of the players’ off-season rust, but also to evaluate their team.Final cuts will be made following the scheduled exhibition games, and Clothier says players’ performances in these games can determine whether or not they will make their way onto to roster.Advertisement
The Daniel O’Donnell Visitors Centre has been declared a huge success after more than 5,000 people paid to see the star’s memorabilia just a few weeks after it first opened.The centre, which is the brainchild of local businessman Pat Nora Gallagher, opened at the beginning of May in Dungloe.The star has revealed he had no idea how popular his old memorabilia would be. “The centre is doing really well! It has surpassed all of our expectations with over 5,000 visitors through the centre already.“I never expected that people would be that interested in seeing all my memorabilia! Thank you to everyone who has made the effort to come along. It really has benefited the community to no end,” he said.The centre features a catalogue of the singer’s private memorabilia including his wedding suit, his old schoolbag and dozens of his gold disks.The star, who has taken a break long tours, often pops into the centre to the delight of fans. The centre’s visitors book reveals the name of fans who have travelled form as far as America and Australia to see Daniel’s private collection.Despite the miserable summer weather the Donegal star revealed he has been busy learning Irish and improving his golf game.“Apart from the weather, I have been enjoying my time off. I went to Irish college to brush up on my Irish language skills. It was really interesting but very difficult. I was amazed at the number of foreigners that were able to speak Irish fluently! I will definitely go again next year.“I also took some golf lessons which I found really helpful at the time. Unfortunately, since then, I can’t seem to play the new way or the old way,” admitted Daniel.Ends DANIEL’S CENTRE DECLARED A HUGE SUCCESS AFTER 5,000 VISITORS IN JUST WEEKS was last modified: August 1st, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Daniel O’Donnell Visitor’s Centre