Bruce Hornsby and Bon Iver collaborated once again last night during a performance at Richmond, Virginia’s The National. Bon Iver’s frontman Justin Vernon and the former unofficial Grateful Dead keys player teamed up for Bonnie Raitt’s “I Can’t Make You Love Me” as well as the Bon Iver original “Beth/Rest”. Ahead of “Beth/Rest”, Vernon told the crowd, “This is a song that’s coming from all my Bruce listening over the decades.”Watch Bruce Hornsby And Jenny Lewis Sit-In With Bon Iver At CoachellaHornsby and Vernon have collaborated in the past, with Vernon being featured in “Over The Rise,” a song by Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers that was debuted last year. Hornsby also sat in with Vernon and The National’s Aaron Dessner during their special Grateful Dead tribute, Day of the Dead, at Wisconsin’s Eaux Claires festival last summer for a cover of “Black Muddy River”, as well as during Coachella this year. Vernon has been open about his admiration for the legendary keyboard player, noting to Pitchfork last year that most of the material he was working on for his self-titled EP “sounds like a Bruce Hornsby song.”You can watch video of Bruce Hornsby and Bon Iver’s collaboration at The National in Richmond, Virginia, below, courtesy of C. T. B.“I Can’t Make You Love Me” “Beth/Rest” [H/T Jambase; Photo: Jenny Dove]
Photo courtesy of Lazy Otter Outfitters. MORNING EVENING Jump Off Rock, only 15 minutes from downtown, offers stunning sunset views. Peer into four states as the sun sinks behind the Blue Ridge. AFTERNOON Get an early start at North River Farms where DB bar D Outfitters leads half-day and full-day guided trout fishing trips on the 1,450-acre farm along the north fork of Mills River. Rainbow, brook, and brown trout are plentiful in the catch-and-release waters. Afterward, enjoy a streamside lunch. MORNING DAY ONE Next door to the Riveter, the East Coast headquarters of Sierra Nevada Brewing Company beckons beer enthusiasts. The palatial brewery combines good beer, environmental stewardship, culinary creativity, and fun times. Sign up in advance for a brewery tour or take a self-guided stroll down hallways filled with memorabilia from the company’s 40-year history. Circle around the fire pit in the expansive beer garden out back and toast your time in Hendersonville. Stop by The Baker’s Box and grab a freshly made sandwich, wrap, or salad to go. Enjoy a picnic lunch at DuPont State Recreational Forest. A short hike leads to Hooker Falls or take a longer trek up to Triple and High falls. AFTERNOON Book a room at The Charleston Inn or 1898 Waverly Inn for a downtown lodging experience. The side-by-side bed and breakfasts both include historical charm and modern amenities. Walk to dinner on Main Street and choose from 25 independently owned restaurants. Don’t miss cocktails at Shine, Hendersonville’s first rooftop bar. Start the day with a relaxing paddle along the French Broad River, one of the oldest in the world. Lazy Otter Outfitters rents all the gear necessary to tube, kayak, canoe, or stand-up paddleboard. This section of the French Broad remains largely untouched by development, so paddlers will enjoy wildlife and vegetation along the banks. DAY TWO A WEEKEND IN… Feature Image: Sierra Nevada Brewery is one of 16 craft producer on the Henderson County Cheers! Trail. Photo by Sam Dean. Dupont Triple Falls. Photo by Bill Russ. Surrounded by Pisgah National Forest and minutes from the Blue Ridge Parkway, Hendersonville beckons travelers looking to disconnect from daily worries and reconnect with each other and the natural world. Just south of busy Asheville, the vibrant mountain town of Hendersonville delivers its own blend of arts and culture, outdoor adventure, and creative craft beverage producers. Hendersonville, North Carolina EVENING Facebook: VisitHendersonvilleNC | Instagram: VisitHendersonvilleNCVISITHENDERSONVILLENC.COM The new Riveter gym combines an extensive climbing facility and bike park under one roof. With more than 16,000 square feet of climbing terrain, a multi-feature covered bike track, yoga studio and fitness area, Riveter accommodates whatever exercise gets you moving.
Donald Trump has made his first public appearance since election night, speaking to media at the White House. The president took no questions from journalists after making a number of serious allegations on voter fraud and “illegal votes”. He did not provide any evidence to back up the claims.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Mr Trump said “if you count the legal votes I easily win. If you count the illegal votes they can try to steal the election from us,” adding that there had been “historic election interference from big media, big money, big tech.” There is no evidence to support either of these claims.It is not “illegal votes” that are now being counted, as the president says, but legitimate mail-in ballots, which are always counted last, following the standard procedure in these states.
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(REUTERSD) – Australia ensured they would retain the Women’s Ashes after a conclusive six-wicket triumph over England in the first Twenty20 international in Sydney on Friday.Beth Mooney delivered a brilliant match-winning innings of 86 not out to guide the home side to victory with 4.1 overs to spare as they chased down England’s 132-9 at the North Sydney Oval with some comfort.The victory extended the holders’ lead to an unassailable 8-4 in the seven-match points-based series comprising one test, three one-day and three T20 internationals.It meant England can only draw the series 8-8 if they win the final two T20s over the next week. Australia won the last series, which was staged in England, 10-6 in 2015.England, knowing they had to triumph to stay in the hunt to regain the Ashes that they had last won in 2013-14 in Australia, made a terrible start, slumping to 16-4 before Dani Wyatt’s 36-ball 50 helped them to a respectable total.Left-hander Mooney, though, played superbly, recording the highest score by an Australian on home soil in women’s T20 internationals, hitting 11 fours and two sixes in a dazzling 56-ball knock.Australia captain Rachael Haynes said afterwards: “It was so nice for the team to come out and play like that. For Beth Mooney to come out and make a statement like that was fantastic.”Her England counterpart Heather Knight conceded: “Credit to Australia. Beth Mooney played an outstanding innings and took the game away. Everything we tried, we couldn’t get her out.”
StumbleUpon Playtech eyes US acceleration following NJ approval June 1, 2020 Related Articles Submit Share Paf pays additional €40m in dividends to ease coronavirus impact April 20, 2020 NYX Gaming Group has unveiled the latest deal regarding its Open Gaming System (OGS), after agreeing to integrate into Finnish operator Paf.The supplier to casino, sportsbook, lottery and bingo operators worldwide will provide content to customers of Paf, who primarily serve players in Finland, Estonia, Sweden and Spain.A variety of proven proprietary content from the four in house game studios are to be provided, including NextGen Gaming, in addition to over 40 third party studios on the OGS network.Andrew Maclean, NYX Commercial Director, said: “NYX is pleased to enter into this agreement and provide our valuable partners at Paf access to our market-leading NextGen Gaming content.“We look forward to working together to bring additional high quality digital content to Paf’s players, from proprietary game studios, as well as the stellar, third-party NYX suppliers, all available by a single, swift implementation of OGS.”As part of the initial launch, titles such as Foxin Wins, Jackpot Jester 50,000 and Witch Pickings are to be incorporated, with the timing of the deal also allowing Paf to launch directly onto NYX’s latest promotional tool.Called Free Rounds 2, operators will be able to run diverse and tailor-made free round campaigns, which are designed to offer an improved player choice and experience. Kim Johansson, Paf Chief Gaming Officer, added: “We are excited to be partnering with such a well-established and respected supplier as NYX. Their wide offering in proprietary games and third-party content will add quality and variety to our current offering.”This deal comes a month after NYX strengthened its position within the United States market, courtesy of a link up with Betfair US.Hundreds of games from a large number of studios are to be made available to Betfair US, who will be granted access to the full suite of NYX OGS content available in the New Jersey iGaming market. Paf CRO Daniela Johansson wins SPER’s Swedish leader of the year June 11, 2020 Share