Watch Bob Weir & Grace Potter Sing “Friend Of The Devil” In New Official Dear Jerry Video

first_imgGrateful Dead fans are sure to remember Dear Jerry, the all-star tribute to Jerry Garcia that featured all members of the Dead’s surviving Core Four and pretty much everyone else from the jam scene as well. The creators of Dear Jerry recently announced an official audio/video release for fans everywhere, and celebrated that announcement with a video of “Touch Of Grey” from the performance.Today, the Dear Jerry folks have returned with a new video. Ahead of the October 14th release is a new video of “Friend Of The Devil,” featuring Bob Weir and Grace Potter singing the Garcia & Hunter classic. Thanks to Entertainment Weekly, we can watch the emotional performance in the stream below.Says Potter of the performance, “The skeletal body of that song will never change, and the way that it makes you feel will never change, but you can play it a million different ways… We’re going to tweak it out a little bit, get a little weird.”For more on the new Dear Jerry release, head here. The full tracklisting can be seen below.Tracks:“The Wheel” / “Uncle John’s Band,” Phil Lesh & Communion“Shady Grove,” David Grisman“(I’m A) Road Runner,” Peter Frampton“Deal,” Buddy Miller“Sugaree,” Jorma Kaukonen“The Harder They Come,” Jimmy Cliff, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann“Fire On The Mountain,” Jimmy Cliff, Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann“Help On The Way” /” Slipknot” / “Franklin’s Tower,” Bill Kreutzmann’s Billy & The Kids“Scarlet Begonias” / “I Know You Rider,” The Disco Biscuits, Bill Kreutzmann’s Billy & The Kids“Loser,” moe.“St. Stephen,” O.A.R.“Bertha,” Los Lobos & Bob Weir“Brown-Eyed Women,” Trampled By Turtles“Shakedown Street,” Yonder Mountain String Band“Friend Of The Devil,” Bob Weir & Grace Potter“Tennessee Jed,” Eric Church“Morning Dew,” Widespread Panic“Touch of Grey,” Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann“Ripple,” Full Ensemblelast_img read more

Bar board proposes to alter ad rules to allow spokespersons

first_imgBar board proposes to alter ad rules to allow spokespersons Bar board proposes to alter ad rules to allow spokespersons A dvertising attorneys could use nonlawyer spokespersons in their broadcast ads and also use some illustrations in all ads under new Bar rules being proposed by the Board of Governors.The board, at its February 1 meeting in Tampa, also okayed a minor change to the Clients’ Bill of Rights, clarifying that the lawyer may not pay the client or lien-holders from settlement funds without the client’s approval or an appropriate court order.All of the rule changes will be submitted later this year to the Florida Supreme Court as part of the Bar’s annual rule amendment package.The advertising alterations came at the request of the board, which asked the Standing Committee on Advertising to review the rules on television advertisements. While reviewing the rule on television advertisements, the committee also considered changes to the rules on illustrations and visual or verbal portrayals.The committee recommended keeping the restriction that only attorneys working for a firm could do the narration in a broadcast ad, that background sound continue to be limited to instrumental music, and that no celebrity image be used in ads, but recommended changing the television rule to allow illustrations permitted in other advertising media. On illustrations, the committee recommended allowing such things as the American flag, the bald eagle, the Statue of Liberty, or a tool box. Prohibited would be shots of accidents, ambulances, and any image that “is deceptive, misleading, manipulative or that is likely to confuse the viewer.”The board’s Disciplinary Procedure Committee accepted those proposals, except that it recommended that non-attorney spokespersons be allowed as long as they are not recognizable celebrities and they are identified in the ads as a non-lawyer.The board approved the DPC package on first reading at its December meeting and gave final approval earlier this month in Tampa.The change to the Statement of Clients’ Rights for Contingency Fees came after a lawyer questioned a provision which told the client, “Until you approve the closing statement you need not pay any money to anyone, including your lawyer.”The lawyer noted there could be valid court-approved liens levied on the winnings in the case.As approved by the board, the proposed new rule would read that until the client approves the settlement agreement “your lawyer cannot pay any money to anyone, including you, without an appropriate order of the court.”On another rule change, the board approved the recommendation of the Program Evaluation Committee, also endorsed by the Standing Committee on the Unlicensed Practice of Law, to extend the term of circuit UPL committee members from one to three years and sets a term limit of two consecutive terms. February 15, 2002 Regular Newslast_img read more

England Aim To Continue Dominance Against West Indies

first_imgSouthampton: Tournament favorites England will look to continue their dominance when they take on power-packed West Indies in their fourth encounter of the ongoing World Cup at The Rose Bowl, here on Friday.England, who started off their campaign in an impressive manner winning comfortably against South Africa, faced a shock defeat at the hands of Pakistan in their second encounter. However, they came back strongly and aced every department against Bangladesh as they first put up 386/6 on board and then bundled them out for 280 in the 49th over.The hosts would want to continue with the crucial form of Jason Roy, Joe Root and Eoin Morgan.In bowling, they have the likes of Jofra Archer who can bamboozle any opposition with his extreme pace and bounce. In Ben Stokes, they have an all-rounder who can give them priceless overs in the middle and score brisk runs whenever required. Also, they have Adil Rashid and Mark Wood who are more than capable of taking wickets at any stage of the game.Meanwhile, wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler has been declared fit to play against the West Indies. Buttler, who scored 64 from 44 balls in Saturday’s win, did not take the field after suffering heavy bruising to his right hip with Jonny Bairstow taking over as wicketkeeper.On the other hand, Windies will hope that their bowlers come with a much improved performance as compared to the one they came out against Australia where they squandered the early advantage and conceded a total of around 300. Their batsmen also need to come to the party and make sure they play with application and concentration. Their shot selection was poor against the defending champions and that would be something which Jason Holder would desperatley want them to work on.England, with two wins in three matches, are sitting at the third spot in the points table whereas West Indies are at the sixth position with three points. And a loss in Friday’s match would make the journey tougher for both the teams in the upcoming matches. IANSAlso Read: World Cup 2019: England ride Jason Roy’s ton to script big win over Bangladeshlast_img read more