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Greensky Bluegrass Delights For Two Nights In Michigan [Gallery/Recap]

first_imgGreensky Bluegrass pulled double duty at The Intersection over the weekend, playing two shows on Friday and Saturday nights to a Grand Rapids, MI crowd with support from The Shook Twins and Billy Strings. The two-night run was filled with the soul-stirring songs from Greensky, who have been picking up new fans by the scores on a nightly basis. The forward momentum caught fire, as the group opened the run with “Worried About The Weather” and never looked back.The band was loose on the first night, welcoming Luke Winslow King for a version of the traditional “Will The Circle Be Unbroken?” Some teases during the second set, including “Happy Birthday” and “Makisupa Policeman” in the second set “Fo Sho Uh Huh” made this great show even more fun. Sandwiched in the midst of a “Broke Mountain Breakdown,” the band was absolutely cooking. Their encore version of Grateful Dead’s “Eyes Of The World” was the icing on the cake!Day two kept things right on rolling, as the band opened up with “Feeling Alright” by Traffic (popularized by Joe Cocker). The show also saw Billy Strings sit-in on the classic blues number, “Workin’ On A Building.”The show featured a Travelin’ Wilburys tune, “Handle Me With Care” and a ton of great Greensky originals (throughout the entire run), proving their versatility and craftsmanship as musicians. The run closed out with a double encore of “Heaven Sent” and “Frederico”; Some great performances from the Greensky boys!All photos courtesy of Kristine Condon Photography, and a full gallery of night two appears below. Check out the setlists as well, thanks to Andrew Sturtz/Camp Greensky:Setlist: Greensky Bluegrass at The Intersection, Grand Rapids, MI – 3/11/16Set One: Worried about the Weather, I’d Probably Kill You, Tied Down, Don’t Lie (1), Middle Mountain Towns, White Freightliner Blues, Will the Circle Be Unbroken (2), King of the HillSet Two: A Day in the Life, Take Cover, Jaywalking (3) > Burn Them, Old Barns, Broke Mountain Breakdown > Fo Sho Uh Huh (4) (5) > Broke Mountain Breakdown, Letter to Seymour > In Control > Can’t Stop Now (6)Encore: Eyes of the World(1) “Living Over” teases(2) With Luke Winslow King(3) “Foxey Lady” teases Anders(4) Happy Birthday to Luke Winslow King(5) “Makisupa Policeman” tease(6) “Before Bring Out Your Dead” teasesSetlist: Greensky Bluegrass at The Intersection, Grand Rapids, MI – 3/12/16Set One: Feeling Alright, Windshield, Living Over, Hit Parade Of Love, Reverend, Wings For Wheels, Kerosene, Just To Lie, Handle Me With CareSet Two: Workin’ On A Building* Fixin’ To Ruin, Bring Out Your Dead, Reuben’s Train, Forget Everything, Out & Under, Breadbox, Demons, Leap YearEncore: Heaven Sent, Frederico* = w/ Billy Strings Load remaining imageslast_img read more

Cardinals Participate In 4-Way Golf Meet

first_imgThe St. Louis golf team participated Monday night in a 4-way match against Batesville Middle School, Shelbyville, and Madison schools. There were enough players that a varsity match and a junior varsity were played. For the varsity match, Madison came out on top with a score of 231, followed by BMS with 237, Shelbyville with 256 and St Louis with 295.Scoring for the Cardinals were Jackson Wanstrath, Cody Mohr, Eli Vogelsang, Lucas Anderson, and Abe Streator. The junior varsity match was between St Louis, BMS, and Shelbyville with BMS finishing on top with a 161, Shelbyville 182, and St Louis with a 203. Scoring for St Louis included Rhea Miller, Catherine Streator, and Steven Kestler.The team’s next match is Monday at Dearborn Country Club.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Randy Streator.last_img read more