Robert Randolph & The Family Band recently performed for traveling live music video series Jam In The Van during the 2019 Americanafest in Nashville.Robert Randolph and his soulful band performed three songs for their Jam In The Van session: “Don’t Fight It,” “Cut Em Loose,” and “Never Stop Never Change.” Watch all three performances below:Robert Randolph & The Family Band – “Never Stop Never Change”Robert Randolph & The Family Band – “Cut Em Loose”Robert Randolf & The Family Band – “Don’t Fight It”[Videos: Jam In The Van]Jam In The Van is a solar-powered mobile recording studio and Youtube Channel, providing a unique way for the world to discover new music. Originally started as a means of transportation to the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Tennessee, it has turned into a full-blown business venture for Jake Cotler, Dave Bell, and Louis Peek. Since then, Jam in the Van has filmed over 1,000 bands in many different locations across the United States.Related: Tedeschi Trucks Band Welcomes Eric Krasno, Robert Randolph, More On Night Four Of Beacon Residency [Photos/Videos/Audio]Robert Randolph and company are coming to the end of their 20-date fall tour in support of their latest album, Brighter Days. The run of shows through the Eastern and Midwestern U.S. wraps up on October 27th. Head to the band’s website for more info.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Fire officials say three people are in the hospital after they were seriously burned during an Easter Vigil Mass at a church in Knoxville.Fire Department Capt. D.J. Corcoran said two men and a woman were burned Saturday night outside Immaculate Conception Catholic Church downtown during the blessing of the Easter fire.The fire was burning in a bowl filled with a mixture of alcohol and mineral salts. Corcoran says the fire had started to die down, and when more fluid was added, it flashed up and caught their robes on fire.An ambulance took the victims to a hosptial. Corcoran says most of the burns were to the victims’ faces and upper bodies.The service continued inside the church.
Oct 3, 2015; Lexington, KY, USA; Kentucky Wildcats wide receiver Jeff Badet (13) drops a pass against Eastern Kentucky Colonels defensive back Tyrell Curry (31) in the first half at Commonwealth Stadium.LEXINGTON, Ky. – Even Kentucky offensive coordinator Shannon Dawson was left looking for answers after Jeff Badet’s fumble against Eastern Kentucky marked the team’s third turnover on an opening drive in five games.“It’s not that we’re doing a terrible job with ball security,” Dawson said. “I think that’s the first fumble we lost all year. It’s just those situations are just, you know — It deflates you. It hurts our whole team.”At South Carolina Kentucky quarterback Patrick Towles threw an interception on Kentucky’s third offensive play of the game, two plays after a drop by wide receiver Dorian Baker on a potential long gain. A week later against Florida Towles threw another interception on the offense’s opening drive – this time two plays after Baker dropped a possible touchdown pass in the end zone.The Wildcats made it through the first drive against Missouri without any drops or turnovers, but against Eastern Kentucky the problem returned when Badet fumbled on a 9-yard gain while trying to stretch for a first down.UK backup receivers looking for more snaps“It’s not like the kid was trying to fumble,” Dawson said. “The kid was trying to get extra yards. He was playing hard. There’s times where the ball just gets hit perfectly and gets knocked out. Obviously we’re going to teach ball security and we do. We teach and preach and coach ball security. It sucks when it happens at that time.”Badet’s reception marked the third consecutive 9-yard gain for a Kentucky offense that appeared to find an early groove before the fumble. After that turnover much of the offensive success disappeared with the Wildcats punting on each of the next two offensive drives.Asked if he felt snake bit after the third opening-drive turnover in five games, Dawson said he didn’t think much of anything after the play.“I’m just like, ‘Well, that’s interesting,’“ Dawson said with a laugh.He did admit the early mistake affected his play-calling on subsequent drives and could have contributed to Towles’ early struggles against EKU.“The first drive we’re being patient, we’re getting 10-yard chunks and we fumble, and the second drive I say, ‘All right we’re going to get big and be big boys out here.’“ Dawson said. “Then we get like a yard. So then I just start throwing it down the field. It probably has to do with my patience”Email Jon Hale at [email protected] . Follow him on Twitter @JonHale_CJ .
Loveth Howell national Open Judo Championship will kick-off at the Ogbe Stadium, Benin, Edo State from the 13th of December 2017 with bouts in the Senior, Junior and Cadet Categories for Males and Females.The Championship named after Loveth Howell, a former National Champion will serve as a National Ranking event for both Judoka and Referees. The former Champion who represented Nigeria at several International meets before retiring and moving to the United States. She is currently the Philanthropist on the Board of the Nigeria Judo Federation.However, Prince Timothy Nsirim, President, Nigeria Judo Federation (NJF) has promised that the current board will reorganize the sport in line with the International best practice module. Prince Nsirim averred that the last forty five years have not been good for Judo, but promised that Judo will take a new turn in the coming years.The President also described Winnie Gofit as the shining light of Nigeria Judo after she bagged a Gold Medal in the 70kg female category at a recent African Judo Invitational. “Gofit has been consistent in the last two years or thereabout and she has done us proud every time she steps on the mat. She is the shining light of Nigerian Judo and we hope she will be an inspiration to the younger generation of judokas”.Winnie Gofit of the Nigeria Army had earlier in the year represented Nigeria at the World Judo Championships at Budapest, Hungary before winning Gold at the Africa Judo Open in Senegal. She is currently ranked 79th Worldwide in her weight category for women.RelatedNJF: Prince Nsirim Calls For Calm As Port Harcourt Set To Host National ChampionshipMarch 31, 2018In “Africa””Aside Football, Sports Is Not Working In Nigeria” – NJF President (AUDIO)June 27, 2020In “Sports”Edo State Host Final Judo Trials Ahead of All Africa GamesJune 28, 2019In “Sports”
Related iStock/Thinkstock(NEW ORLEANS) — For Kris and Sarah Gerig, their trial has ended in a life sentence of love.The New Orleans couple, who met on jury duty in a theft trial in August 2015, were married March 14 in the same courtroom where they met. Their ceremony was presided over by the same judge who heard the trial they served on the jury for.Kris Gerig felt it was meant to be. “First there were 200 potential jurors, ” he told “Good Morning America.” “Then it was down to 30. Then just six people on the jury, with one alternate. Sarah was the alternate.”“Each step of the way almost missed out on getting to know each other,” he said.Sarah Gerig recalled that Kris was, “well-dressed and cute and was pretty funny. He was the only one with a notebook and pencil.”The two-day trial ended before they got to say goodbye, Sarah Gerig said. But the jury had to return to the courtroom the next week to potentially be selected for another trial.That’s when Kris took his opportunity. He asked Sarah out, and they had lunch that day near the courthouse.The couple were engaged a year later, and Sarah Gerig said the idea to get married in the courtroom where they met was something they had joked about.“I had written a note to Judge Robin Pittman in the meantime letting her know we had met on the trial and were now together and very happy. She [Pittman] wrote back she was so happy for us.”So it was not surprising that the judge, who Sarah described as “no nonsense” during the trial, granted the couple’s request to get married in her courtroom. She also invited them to invite whoever they wanted.“That was so nice,” Kris Gerig said. “We had thought it would be like a four-person wedding, but all of our family got to be there.”The courtroom, which Sarah Gerig had recalled feeling “bigger and scarier” during the trial, was “warm and welcoming” the day of the wedding. “The judge really excited her whole staff, they were so excited taking so many pictures.”And now, according to the couple, Judge Pittman has a heartwarming story to tell her possible jurors: “Don’t dread jury duty, you may meet the love of your life.”Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico