Tedeschi Trucks Band is heading back to LOCKN’ Festival this summer, alongside Dead & Company, Widespread Panic, Umphrey’s McGee, and many more. Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi will lead their twelve-piece ensemble through two sets over two days, marking their fourth LOCKN’ to date.In 2016, the husband-and-wife duo brought their powerhouse show to the farm directly after Phil & Friends, which featured drummer Jon Fishman and key-master Page McConnell of Phish, drummer Joe Russo, guitarist Anders Osborne, and virtually all of The Infamous Stringdusters. In true LOCKN’ fashion, fans were treated to special guest appearances from Derek and Susan when they joined the cast of characters for an unforgettable “Mr. Charlie” and “Sugaree”, leading straight into the highly anticipated return of the festival veterans.Tedeschi Trucks Band’s 2016 LOCKN’ set featured an exciting mix of originals and covers, including an exceptional version of Derek and the Dominos’ “Keep On Growing”. Now, you can watch the pro-shot video of the performance, courtesy of LOCKN’ Festival and Jonathan Healey, below.Setlist: Tedeschi Trucks Band | LOCKN’ Festival | Arrington, VA | 8/29/16Don’t Know What It Means, The Letter (The Box Tops), Laugh About It, Within You Without You (The Beatles), Just As Strange, I Want More, Color of the Blues (George Jones), Leaving Trunk (Sleepy John Estes), Keep On Growing (Derek and the Dominos), Sticks and Stones (Titus Turner), I Pity The Fool (Bobby “Blue” Bland), Bitches Brew (Miles Davis), Let Me Get By
The Scottish Offshore Wind Energy Council (SOWEC) has officially launched, calling for the goal of having at least 8GW of offshore wind in Scottish waters by 2030.The council, launched on 29 October, said it aims to lead and support the industry, boost the local content of projects and increase jobs in line with the UK Offshore Wind Sector Deal signed in March.It is co-chaired by Scottish Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse and Brian McFarlane, Head of Projects, Offshore Development at SSE Renewables, and will work with the DeepWind and Forth & Tay Offshore offshore wind clusters.The membership includes Scottish Renewables, Scottish Enterprise, Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult, Crown Estate Scotland, Red Rock Power and the Energy Skills Partnership.The council is committed to developing a plan for offshore wind’s contribution to achieving Scotland’s climate change ambition of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2045.It said it is dedicated to creating a competitive sector that can deliver both domestically and globally, with a focus on project development, deeper water capability and innovative technology solutions, as well as working to increase local content in line with the ambitions set out in the Sector Deal, developing a sustainable supply chain in Scotland.SOWEC also seeks to boost the number of offshore wind jobs in Scotland to more than 6,000, which is an increase of 75% on 2019 figures.“The Council’s goals are aligned around the need to capture Scotland’s offshore renewable energy resource in a way which delivers maximum economic and environmental advantage,” said McFarlane.“Offshore wind will play a key role in our efforts to tackle the climate emergency and achieve Scotland’s ambitious net-zero emissions target, and the members of the Council are committed to ensuring that Scotland makes the most of this most innovative of technologies as we seek to further decarbonise our energy system.”
Loading… Arsenal new boss Mikel Arteta is close to finalising the signing of Flamengo defender Pablo Mari his first signing since arriving the Emirates Stadium The 6ft 3ins centre back, who was formerly on Manchester City’s books, flew to London on Saturday with Arsenal technical director Edu for his medical after a £7.5million deal was put in place on Friday. The 26-year old had a series of loans while at City with Girona, NAC Breda and Alaves. Mari signed for Flamengo last year for just £1m, having failed to make a single appearance for City during his three years at the club. He impressed and had interest from other English clubs but was given the chance to move to Flamengo where he went on to win the Brazilian League and Copa Libertadores. The Spaniard played against Liverpool in the World Club Championships and is now poised to link up with former City coach Mikel Arteta at Arsenal.Advertisement FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?7 Worst Things To Do To Your PhoneWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Incredible Discoveries That Puzzled The Whole WorldThese Are The Best Stargazing Locations You Can Find On Earth10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?The Most Exciting Cities In The World To VisitA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This Day8 Weird Facts About Coffee That Will Surprise YouWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There? Arteta joined City as Pep Guardiola’s assistant the same year as Mari joined the club and would have seen the player up close during their time together. Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta set to bring Pablo Mari in The Arsenal boss is desperate to bolster his defence this month with an injury crisis depleting his options and will be delighted the deal for Mari is almost over the line. Calum Chambers, Kieran Tierney and Sead Kolasinac are all currently out injured, and Arteta is still hopeful of bringing in a full-back despite Bukayo Saka impressing as an emergency left-back. Read Also Martnelli set to treble Arsenal wages to ward of Real Madrid Paris Saint-Germain’s Layvin Kurzawa was an option but the Frenchman now appears set to join Juventus with Mattia De Sciglio going in the other direction.
The Wisconsin volleyball team brought their shovels to Wednesday’s match at the UW Field House against Michigan.The Badgers accumulated 70 kills over three periods, with four players reaching double-digit dig marks.Leading the way for UW was Taylor Morey, who had a team-high 21 digs. This doesn’t come as a surprise for the junior libero, as she leads the Big Ten with 5.15 digs per set and is the frontrunner for Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year.Last Friday, also against Michigan, sophomore setter Lauren Carlini led the Badgers with 14 digs. She outdid herself Wednesday, by piling up 15 digs.Michigan tried to neutralize the Badgers by keeping the ball away from the back-line and hitting at Carlini, making it more difficult for her to set the ball. However, senior right side hitter Courtney Thomas was able to set the ball after Carlini digs.Thomas finished with three assists and added to the dig total with 11.Freshman outside hitter Kelli Bates was impressive in the back row for the Badgers Wednesday night. She wracked up 10 digs and said that as the season goes on, the more comfortable she feels defensively.“I’ve gotten a lot more training [in the back court] since preseason,” Bates said. “Adjusting to the speed of the game was gonna be the toughest thing for me defensively just because there’s so many talented players that have so many shots and it’s obviously a lot harder than in club and in high school. But I’ve gotten a lot really good training, so that’s definitely become more of a comfortable skill and I’m actually starting to enjoy it a lot more too.”Nelson added five digs, while seniors Ellen Chapman and Deme Morales added four of their own. Michigan’s libero Taylor Morales had a match-high 22 digs for the Wolverines.Neither team served particularly well in the first two sets of the match, especially Michigan. The Wolverines had five service errors in the first set and eight on the match. The Badgers had six times errors from the serving line throughout the match.In addition to the poor serving display, both squads had weak hitting percentages, although the numbers improved as the match progressed. In the first set, Wisconsin hit .171 while Michigan hit .116. In the third, UW hit .294 compared to Michigan’s .150.“It was a defensive struggle for both teams,” head coach Kelly Sheffield said. “Neither team hit for a really high percentage and neither team hit for a very high percentage a few days ago either.”Michigan finished the match with a .130 hitting percentage, while Wisconsin hit at a .220 clip on the match.After lighting the Badgers up for 20 kills on Friday, the UW defense held Michigan’s Abby Cole to 12 digs, which was still a match-high. The Badger block made it more difficult for the sophomore middle blocker this time out.“We had a couple of defensive strategies we needed to make sure we stuck to the second time around,” Nelson said. “We cleaned up our block a lot. The pin blockers did a great job of shutting down the line. We just really worked on sticking to our game plan and fixing what we didn’t really do right the first time.“The block and the back-court worked really well together tonight and that was what we were hoping for.”Michigan’s Caroline Knop added 11 kills for the Wolverines. Her and Cole accounted for 22 of Michigan’s 38 kills.Those top-heavy numbers didn’t translate to the other side of the court, as the Badgers had a much more balanced attack.“It’s a great problem to have,” Carlini, who finished 37 assists and her thirteenth double-double of the season, said. “Being able to set any of my hitters and them having the ability to get kills makes my job way easier.“Setting the middle of the court, forcing the ball there, was really one our big strategies this game and I was able to do that with good passing and great defense by our team.”Thomas led the Badgers offensively with 11 kills, while Nelson was right behind her with 10. Senior middle blocker Dominique Thompson hammered nine kills of her own, including a brutal spike to close out the second set. Outside hitters Bates and Chapman added six kills each.Wisconsin upped its winning-streak to 14 in-a-row with the win, although the team’s approach to each match impresses Sheffield more than the wins.“I think our team has been really good at being consistent with their approach and taking each match as it comes,” he said.