Watch Stephen Stills Join Tom Petty At Mudcrutch Show In Hollywood

first_imgRocker Tom Petty has been touring extensively this summer with Mudcrutch, his formative band that recently reunited to release their second album. Mudcrutch is a whole new outfit for Petty, with a number of original songs that you won’t find at a Heartbreakers concert. Still, the veteran musician can call upon a friend or two to help get the job done.Last night on June 26th at The Fonda Theatre in Hollywood, CA, the band rocked through an awesome set before bringing out a big surprise… Stephen Stills. Stills joined in for two Mudcrutch originals, including the set-closing version of “The Wrong Thing To Do” and the encore “Crystal River.”Check out fan-shot footage of the show from Ed Congdon, streaming below.You can also watch their take on Bob Dylan’s “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door” from earlier in the set, below.The full setlist can be seen courtesy of this setlist | More Mudcrutch setlistslast_img read more

Four Syracuse players named to All-ACC team

first_img Published on April 26, 2018 at 11:46 am Contact Charlie: [email protected] | @charliedisturco No. 12 Syracuse’s Nick Mellen, Brett Kennedy, Jamie Trimboli and Nate Solomon were named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference team, the league announced Thursday morning. It was the first time each of the four players earned conference honors.Mellen, a redshirt sophomore close defender and preseason All-American, is assigned the opposing team’s top attack each game. He has held his own, limiting all 12 of his opponents to a point below their season averages. Mellen leads the Orange with 15 caused turnovers, ranks third with 24 ground balls and is the only close defender to have started in all 12 games this season for SU.Kennedy, who is primarily a long-stick midfielder, filled in at close defense when Tyson Bomberry missed four games earlier this season with injury. In his first career start he scored two transition goals in a narrow 12-11 win over Virginia on March 4. Kennedy is also often slotted on the wing during faceoffs. The redshirt freshman ranks second on the team with 33 ground balls and third with nine caused turnovers.Trimboli is the veteran on the first midfield line alongside two freshmen despite being a sophomore. He has become the go-to option from up top, scoring 16 goals and adding nine assists. Trimboli scored the game-winner against Duke this season.Solomon, a junior attack, ranks second on the team with 19 goals and 31 points. He is the most experienced starter on Syracuse’s offense having played in head coach John Desko’s system for two seasons before 2018. Solomon has scooped 19 ground balls and posts a 43.2 shooting percentage for the Orange.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textNo. 1 seed Syracuse will play No. 4 seed Virginia on Friday at 8:30 p.m. in the second game of the ACC tournament. The Orange (7-5, 4-0 ACC) will look to avoid an early exit from the Tournament, as it fell in the opening round to North Carolina last year.2018 ACC Men’s Lacrosse All-ACC TeamA – Justin Guterding – DukeA – Chris Cloutier – North CarolinaA – Brendan Gleason – Notre DameA – Nate Solomon – SyracuseA – Michael Kraus – VirginiaM – Brad Smith – DukeM – Bryan Constabile – Notre DameM – Jamie Trimboli – SyracuseM – Dox Aitken – VirginiaD – Cade Van Raaphorst – DukeD – Nick Mellen – SyracuseD – Brett Kennedy – SyracuseSSDM – Carlson Milikin – Notre DameSSDM – Drew Schantz – Notre DameLSM – John Sexton – Notre DameLSM – Jack Rowlett – North CarolinaF/O – Joe Stein – DukeG – Danny Fowler – Duke Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more