Trey Anastasio Band Dusts Off “Will It Go Round In Circles”, Debuts Ghosts Of The Forest’s “About To Run” In Atlanta [Videos]

first_imgOn Friday night, Trey Anastasio Band continued their four-night run in the Southeast with their first of two performances this weekend at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA. The show was webcast via LivePhish for fans everywhere to enjoy.After kicking off with a chugging “Set Your Soul Free”, the band continued with “Burn That Bridge” in the second slot for the second straight show. A rocking “Cayman Review” was up next, followed by a run through classic Phish instrumental “Magilla”. Another Phish crossover song, “Everything’s Right”, came next followed by Hands On A Hardbody track, “My Problem Right There”, making its second appearance of this 4-night run after having sat on the shelf since 2011. The set was rounded out with a lively “Money, Love and Change”, a rare rendition of “Greyhound Rising”, and TAB’s second-ever full-band rendition of funky Phish favorite “Camel Walk”.After starting set two with “Mozambique” and “Gotta Jibboo”, the band slid into funky TAB vamp “The Way I Feel”. Next, the band surprised the audience with their first cover of Billy Preston‘s “Will It Go Round In Circles” since December 2006. After a well-played “Night Speaks To A Woman”, the band dipped into the Ghosts of the Forest playbook for the first-ever TAB rendition of blues-rock scorcher “About To Run“, one of the strongest songs to come out of the recent TAB/Phish side project (get ready for some monster versions of this song on Phish tour this summer). The set closed from there with “Last Tube”, the second-ever TAB version of Ghosts of the Forest’s “A Life Beyond The Dream”, and a sing-along “Blaze On”.Finally, Trey Anastasio Band returned for a three-song encore consisting of “Brief Time” (in the same encore-opening slot it occupied for Ghosts of the Forest), “Ether Sunday”, and a celebratory “Push On Til The Day”.You can watch a selection of videos from the show below:Trey Anastasio Band – “Set Your Soul Free” [Pro-Shot][Video: Trey Anastasio]Trey Anastasio Band – “The Way I Feel” [Pro-Shot][Video: Trey Anastasio]Trey Anastasio Band – “Will It Go Round In Circles” [Billy Preston cover][Video: rdeal1999]Trey Anastasio Band – “Brief Time”[Video: Richard Vining]Trey Anastasio Band’s four-night run will wrap up tonight, Friday, June 1st with the band’s second of two performances at The Tabernacle. From there, Anastasio will link up with Phish to prepare for their summer tour which kicks off with a two-night run in St. Louis, MO on June 11th and 12th. For a full list of upcoming Phish tour dates, head here.Setlist: Trey Anastasio Band | The Tabernacle | Atlanta, GA | 5/31/19Set One: Set Your Soul Free, Burn That Bridge, Cayman Review, Magilla, Everything’s Right, My Problem Right There, Money Love & Change, Greyhound Rising, Camel WalkSet Two: Mozambique, Gotta Jibboo, The Way I Feel, Will It Go Round In Circles (Last Played – 12/30/06), Night Speaks To A Woman, About To Run (TAB debut), Last Tube, A Life Beyond The Dream, Blaze OnEncore: Brief Time, Ether Sunday, Push On ‘Til The Daylast_img read more

Mendoza dean emeritus, John Gorman Keane, dies

first_imgJohn “Jack” Gorman Keane, who served as Martin J. Gillen dean emeritus and Korth professor of strategic management in the Mendoza College of Business, died Thursday at the age of 89, the University announced in a Monday press release.Keane served in the former role from 1989 – 1997 and in the latter from 1989 – 2010. According to the release, his key priorities as dean were “strengthening the college’s academic reputation” with an emphasis on “business ethics and international business” and increasing the diversity of the student body and faculty of the business school.University President Emeritus Fr. Edward Malloy said Keane’s work centered on ethics and synthesizing the “theoretical and practical” elements of a business career.“Jack Keane was a devoted Notre Dame dean and a consummate professional who always emphasized the moral dimension of business and the need for creative and effective leadership,” Malloy said in the release. “He sought to integrate the theoretical and practical as manifest in government service and the world of business.”Keane graduated with undergraduate degrees from Notre Dame and Syracuse University, the release said. He earned his MBA from Indiana University and his Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh. He also studied at Sophia University in Tokyo.Before joining the Notre Dame faculty, Keane served as the 18th director of the Census Bureau during the administration of former U.S. President Ronald Reagan from 1984 – 1987. During his time as director, Keane testified before Congress more than 40 times and signed agreements with a number of different nations, including the Soviet Union, China, Mexico and Canada, among others.Keane was also an Air Force veteran who served in the Korean War with private sector experience at J. Walter Thompson, Booz Allen Hamilton and Managing Change Inc., the latter of which he founded. His academic areas of expertise “included corporate strategy, strategic management, family enterprise, business history and international management.”Professor emeritus of finance Frank Reilly praised Keane’s dedication to his family and his efforts to obtain a new building for the College of Business.“In his personal life, Jack was a fabulous family person who was an incredible husband and loving father,” Reilly said in the release. “During his professional career as the dean, he was devoted to the construction of a new building that enhanced the teaching environment for a rapidly growing student body and attracted outstanding faculty from nationally renowned universities. Clearly, this building has contributed to our growth in prestige among major business schools, and for that we will be forever grateful.”Keane is survived by his wife, Rosemarie, as well as his children John W. Keane, Janmarie Keane Schnabel and Sharon Keane.A visitation will occur from 1 – 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday at South Bend’s Kaniewski Funeral Home. A Mass of Christian Burial will take place the same afternoon at 3:30 p.m. in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart on campus. Keane will then be buried in Notre Dame’s Cedar Grove cemetery.Tags: Basilica of the Sacred Heart, Fr. Edward Malloy, mendoza college of businesslast_img read more

UHPA members generate more than 50 percent of the total organized turnover

first_imgThe annual gathering of travel agencies, members of the Association and their guests at the UHPA Days will be held from 22 to 24 March 2018 at the Hotel Omorika in Crikvenica, UHPA’s domestic destination of the year 2017/2018. yearsThe third Days of UHPA gathered more than 150 participants, travel agencies members of UHPA, representatives of the Ministry of Tourism, the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, the Croatian Tourist Board, professional associations, media representatives and others.As part of the UHPA Day, the Assembly of the Association was held, where the President of UHPA Tomislav Fain pointed out that this year one of the biggest challenges for agencies is adapting and implementing new legal provisions and presented what activities UHPA will undertake to facilitate agencies adaptation to new legislation. Minister Cappelli stressed the importance of cooperation between the private and public sectors, emphasizing the quality of cooperation with UHPA, which is an important and reliable partner of the Ministry of Tourism in the creation, preparation and implementation of the tourist season. “Members of the Croatian Association of Travel Agencies realize more than 50 percent of the total organized traffic in Croatia and are extremely important for Croatian tourism; not only due to the fact that they are very often the first contact with our guests and thus represent Croatian tourism, but they are also an important factor in connecting stakeholders in tourism and destination development. Through the creation of quality and meaningful tourism products, especially in the domains of selective forms of tourism available throughout the year, travel agencies have the opportunity to specialize in certain niches in the markets that represent the future of tourism. Added value has become more important than accommodation. Today’s guests are looking for an experience, and that’s exactly what you’re offering them. “, Said Minister Cappelli.Members of the Croatian Association of Travel Agencies realize more than 50 percent of the total organized traffic in CroatiaThe two-day program included meetings of UHPA specialists and numerous presentations by partners at which the special benefits provided by UHPA for its members were presented. There was also a panel discussion on the topic “Legislation in the business of travel agencies – what awaits us in 2018.” “This year will be marked by changes in laws and regulations concerning the operations of travel agencies. It will certainly be the most demanding adaptation to European legislation (Directive (EU) 2015/2302 on travel in package and related travel arrangements and the Regulation on personal data protection). UHPA will provide its members with timely and quality adaptation to them.˝ pointed out Fain.The UHPA Days officially end on Saturday with a meeting of UHPA members with the directors of the Croatian National Tourist Board’s representative offices in the markets of Austria, Belgium (Benelux), France, Germany, Slovenia and Sweden. The aim of the meeting is to get to know each other, exchange experiences and information in order to ensure better cooperation in terms of bringing more guests from these emitting markets.last_img read more