Wayback gets helping hand
Commonwealth Bank Port Lincoln branch manager Julie Lloyd said the bank was delighted to lend its support to Wayback. “It's great to be able to help Wayback Cricket Club because we know they do an excellent job in supporting local cricketers,” she said.
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Personnel: Owen Temple (vocals, guitar); Pat Green, Cory Morrow (vocals); Lloyd Maines (acoustic, slide, pedal steel & electric guitars, dobro); John Inmon (acoustic & electric guitars); Richard Bowden (mandolin, fiddle); Rich Brotherton (mandolin); Stan Smith (clarinet); Bob Livingston (harmonica); Bukka Allen (accordion); Riley Osbourne (keyboards); Michael Tarabay (bass); Mark Patterson (drums, percussion); John Mambo Treanor (rubboard); Paul Lee Jr, Graham Sones, Terri Hendrix (background vocals). Recorded at Cedar Creek Recording Studio, Austin, Texas in July & August 1997. Personnel: Owen Temple (vocals, acoustic guitar); Owen Temple; Cory Morrow, Pat Green (vocals); Lloyd Maines (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, slide guitar, pedal steel guitar, dobro); John Inmon (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Richard Bowden (mandolin, fiddle); Bob Livingston (harmonica); Stan Smith (clarinet); Riley Osbourne (keyboards); Michael Tarabay (bass guitar); Mark Patterson (drums, percussion); John Treanor (rub-board); Rich Brotherton (mandolin); Bukka Allen (accordion). Audio Mixers: Fred Remmert; Lloyd Maines. Recording information: Cedar Creek Recording Studio, Austin, TX (07/1997-08/1997).
GOSPEL TRAIN is specially packaged in a miniature vinyl LP sleeve and features artwork from the original release. Personnel: Sister Rosetta Tharpe (vocals, guitar); Ernest Richardson (guitar); Ernie Hayes (piano); Harry Doc Bagby (organ); George Duvivier, Lloyd Trotman (bass); Panama Francis (drums); The Harmonizing Four (background vocals). Recorded at Mercury Sound Studios, New York, New York in July 1956. Originally released on Mercury (20201). All tracks have been digitally remastered. Personnel: Sister Rosetta Tharpe (vocals, guitar); The Harmonizing Four (vocals); Ernest Richardson (guitar); Ernie Hayes (piano); Panama Francis (drums). Recording information: Mercury Sound Studio, New York, NY (07/02/1956/07/05/1956). Arranger: Sister Rosetta Tharpe. GOSPEL TRAIN consists of sessions cut relatively late in Sister Rosetta Tharpe's career. Though Tharpe's tenure at Mercury coincided with a controversy among her fan base (many considered Tharpe's forays into blues and pop material a betrayal of her gospel roots), recordings like 1956's GOSPEL TRAIN confirm where the singer/guitarist's true allegiances lay. Whether recounting biblical stories (Two Little Fishes, Five Loaves of Bread) or testifying to the power of the spirit (Up Above My Head There's Music in the Air), Tharpe's combination of traditional gospel and blues (with, by this point, dashes of jazz and R & B influences) is impossible to resist. Though Tharpe is usually remembered as a solo performer (her early recordings feature only her voice and guitar), she is equally compelling when backed by a full band. The sound on GOSPEL TRAIN is full and rollicking: guitar, piano, organ, bass, and drums help punctuate surging, downtempo blues (Beams of Heaven) and uptempo rave-ups (Fly Away) alike. Gorgeous, tight-knit backing vocals from the Harmonizing Four perfectly complement Tharpe's dazzling, infectiously enthusiastic singing. Overall, this set is among her best late-period offerings.
Hamilton is coming. Hamilton is coming. Lin-Manuel Miranda’s singular, groundbreaking, multiple-award-winning musical about one of America’s Founding Fathers will run May 22-June 10, 2018, at the Fox Theatre, almost three years after it opened on Broadway. Hamilton is one of nine shows in Broadway in Atlanta’s 2017/18 season and certainly the headliner. It’s part of the subscription series along with Rodgers & Hammerstein’s The King and I , The Color Purple , Love Never Dies: The Phantom Returns , a 20th anniversary tour of Rent and Something Rotten. The Lion King and The Book of Mormon are season options. Among them, the titles have accrued one Pulitzer Prize, 40 Tony awards and an additional 44 Tony nominations. The King and I | SEPT. Fox audiences have seen this Rodgers & Hammerstein jewel before but not this incarnation, created at Lincoln Center in 2015, directed by Tony Award winner Bartlett Sher ( South Pacific ) and featuring Kelli O’Hara, who won a Tony for her work as... Anna and the King of Siam (as Thailand was then called). The score is packed stem to stern with brilliant melodies — “I Whistle a Happy Tune,” “Getting to Know You,” “Hello Young Lovers,” “I Have Dreamed,” “Something Wonderful” and “Shall We Dance,” among them. The New York Times called this staging, which won the 2015 Tony for best musical revival, “breathtaking and exquisite. ” New York Magazine called it “too beautiful to miss. What goes around comes around. This musical, based on the Alice Walker novel, began life at Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre in 2004, had a three-plus-year Broadway run in 2005/08, and was reworked and revived on Broadway in 2015. That production, the one Fox audiences will see, ran... The New York Times called it a. Love Never Dies: The Phantom Returns | NOV. A perfect holiday season balm, perhaps, for audiences that can’t seem to get enough of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s anti-hero. This sequel is set in 1907, about 10 years after Phantom of the Opera ends. An anonymous impresario invites Christine Daaé to perform at Phantasma, a new attraction at Coney Island. Daaé, husband Raoul and son Gustave journey to Brooklyn, not knowing that the invitation does, indeed, come from the Phantom. The show opened at the Adelphi Theatre in London’s West End in March 2010 and was substantially reworked nine months later. It has not yet seen Broadway. The Lion King | JAN. 10-28, 2018. Season package option. This Tony Award-winning best musical features an Elton John-Tim Rice score (“Circle of Life,” “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King”) and the creativity (animal headdresses, puppets and visuals) of director Julie Taymor. The Lion King opened on Broadway in November 1997 and continues to play at 102 percent capacity at the 1,597-seat Minskoff Theatre. It won six 1998 Tonys, including best musical and best director (Taymor). 20-25, 2018. Jonathan Larson’s Tony Award-winning retelling of Puccini’s La Bohème won four 1996 Tony awards, including best musical, and ran for 10 years. Set in New York City’s East Village, Rent reflects the hand-to-mouth world of a group of artists/friends/lovers in the age of AIDS. In its original run, Rent was as groundbreaking as Hamilton is today. Larson died suddenly at age 35 the night before the show’s off-Broadway opening (it later moved to Broadway). He posthumously won Tony awards for best book and score of a musical, with such songs as “Light My Candle,” “Tango: Maureen,” “I’ll Cover You,” “La Vie Boheme” and “Seasons of Love. ” Rent launched the careers of Idina Menzel (who was Tony-nominated) and Taye Diggs. When a soothsayer foretells that the next big thing in theater involves singing, dancing and acting at the same time, the brothers set out to write the world’s first musical. Time Out New York called this “the funniest musical comedy in at least 400 years. ” The Broadway original, led by Christian Borle and Brian d’Arcy James, ran for almost three years and won a 2015 Tony.
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