Just last weekend, beloved classic rockers Little Feat descended on the historic Capitol Theatre for a prized night of dixie-soaked music. The band’s current lineup features a number of long-standing members, including Bill Payne, Paul Barrere, Sam Clayton, and Kenny Gradney. With Fred Tackett joining the band in 1987 and Gabe Ford in 2000, the band serves as a wonderful tribute to an incredible legacy of rock music.With a remarkable catalog of Little Feat music, the band opened up with “All That You Dream” and kept fans on their toes with hits like “Willin’,” “Skin It Back,” “Time Loves A Hero,” “Dixie Chicken” and more. They closed the show with a rousing “Fat Man In The Bathtub” encore, sending fans home happy with the great performance!Taped by Chris Cafiero and David Malloy, and transferred, edited, mixed and mastered by Alex Ford, take a listen to the full audio stream from the show below!
…Johnson hits second consecutive centuryTHE Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) produced a clinical performance to whipped GDF by an innings and 142 runs in the latest round of the GISE/Star Party Rental/Trophy Stall First-Division two-day match yesterday at the Georgetown Cricket Club, ground Bourda.Scores in the match: GDF 87 and 94; GCC 323-4 declared.Earlier, play was delayed by almost three hours due to rain. However, when the second days play resumed, the hosts took their overnight 274-2 to 323-4 declared, an overall first innings lead of 236runs.Overnight batsmen, former West Indies batsman and current Guyana Jaguars Captain Leon Johnson and Mavindra Dindyal took the total to 322, a third-wicket stand of 176 runs during which the left-handed Johnson registered his century. It was his second consecutive century since the tournament resumed.On the other hand, Dindyal, who was one of three Guyanese who toured with the West Indies Under-16 squad recently to the UK, took his overnight, from 60, to 68 before he was trapped leg before to Joshua Jones. Ronaldo Ali-Mohamed was then stumped off Leon Andrews without scoring.His dismissal triggered the declaration, leaving Johnson unbeaten on 108. His innings lasted for 123 balls with seven fours and six maximums.At that point, the visitors’ temperament and mental toughness to perform with the bat was always going to be under pressure. However, against a good bowling attack, GDF batsmen failed for a second time in two days.They succumbed to off-spinner Stephon Wilson, who ripped the heart of their batting lineup, claiming 5-45, to follow up his first innings figures of (3-38).\Damion Waldron (22), former Guyana Under-19 all-rounder, Jones (20) and Randy Lindore (19), reached double figures for the Soldiers. Timothy McAlmont, Johnson and Zachary Jodah all clamied a wicket apiece in the commanding win.
Ghana have been given a massive fitness boost as midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong has boarded a plane in Amsterdam to arrive in Accra tonight for Sunday’s World Cup qualifier.The ex-England youth international’s debut for Ghana on Sunday was in serious doubt after picking up a groin injury late last week.His absence in Fulham’s famous 1-0 victory at White Hart Lane over the weekend cast doubts over availability for the Black Stars.But the midfielder was seen boarding a KLM flight bound for Accra tonight which means Frimpong is arriving in Ghana for the match against the Nile Crocodiles.His arrival in Ghana for the match was also confirmed by his girlfriend Renée Lee Harriott who drove him to the City Airport in London for him the catch the KLM flight to Accra via Amsterdam.She wrote on Twitter: “Morning! 5am en route to the Airport to see my baby off but super excited for him.” Another Ghana fan Danny Boy Lacey: also met Frimpong at the City Airport and tweeted: “Met Frimpong this morning at city airport. Top gent! Where you flying to???”–GHANA.”Frimpong has been named in Kwesi Appiah’s 24-man squad for the must-win clash against the Desert Hawks at the Baba Yara Stadium on 24 March.His availability is a boost for for Ghana after youngster Christian Atsu was ruled out of the game because of injury.