Load remaining images Photo: Mark Raker Delfest 2017 | Photos by Mark Raker Photo: Mark Raker Over Memorial Day weekend, the 10th annual DelFest took over Cumberland, Maryland. The four-day festival hosted by Del McCoury and his respective familial projects The Del McCoury Band and The Travelin’ McCoury’s was one for the books, showcasing the festival’s ability to pull huge names. In addition to the host bands, this year, DelFest saw performances by Trey Anastasio Band, Gov’t Mule, Bela Fleck & Chris Thile, Railroad Earth, Leftover Salmon, Hot Rize, The Infamous Stringdusters, and more.Trey Anastasio Band Covers “Midnight Rider” At Summer Camp The Day After Gregg Allman’s Death [Videos]During the festival, highlights included Del, Ronnie and Rob McCoury’s sit-in with the Trey Anastasio Band on Friday evening, during which the musicians moved through renditions of “I’m Blue, I’m Lonesome” and “Beauty Of My Dreams.” You can watch videos from this sit-in below, courtesy of DCRANGERFAN.Trey Anastasio Band with the McCoury’s, “I’m, I’m Lonesome”Trey Anastasio Band with the McCoury’s, “Beauty Of My Dreams”Other notable sit-ins included Warren Haynes collaboration with Leftover Salmon for their performance of Neil Young’s seminal album, Harvest. The Gov’t Mule guitarist joined the group for their encore of Young’s “Down By The River.” You can watch video of this collaboration below, courtesy of jakstra.During Railroad Earth’s set over the weekend (which featured Matt Slocum on keys in the stead of Andy Goessling), the group invited guitar prodigy Billy Strings to join them during their rendition of “Dandelion Wine.” To close out their performance, the group moved into a “Head” sandwich, which housed “Hot ‘Lanta” in memory of Gregg Allman, who died on Saturday. You can listen to full audio of Railroad Earth’s set below.In addition to these special moments, DelFest 10 abounded with glorious musical moments—as is only appropriate for the long-standing festival that seems to outdo itself every year. Those wanting to relive the magic of this past weekend can check out photos from DelFest 10 below, courtesy of photographer Mark Raker.
Croatia is included in the top 20 most desirable destinations for 2021, according to the results of a survey by the prestigious American association of luxury travel agencies Virtuoso, reported the director of the Croatian National Tourist Board in the USA, Ina Rodin. Along with Croatia, the list of the world’s best destinations next year includes South Africa, Italy, Australia, France, Japan, Great Britain, Greece, Argentina, Kenya, Botswana, Spain, Iceland, Portugal, Mexico, New Zealand, Ireland, Tanzania and Zanzibar, Thailand and California. Namely, users Virtuoso Wanderlist, new platforms for online travel planning, had the opportunity to create their own “wish list” or choose the country they want to travel to next year, and according to the final choice of users, in the period from April to the end of July, Croatia is ranked among the top 20 destinations. Cover photo: pasja1000, Pixabay.com Also, the Lonely Planet is in article highlighted the ten most beautiful Croatian beaches, including Zlatni Rat, Prapratno, Rajska plaža, Stiniva, Zrće, Dubovica, Cape Kamenjak, Sahara, Punta Rata and Lubenice. At the moment, any positive PR is very important.
Read More Comment Full Screen About Connatix V67539 Skip Ad Read More deadline day move to West Ham Advertisement Skip Video Settings Read More The France international has joined Lorient on loan, while Torreira has been recruited by Atletico Madrid, but Edu insists the door still remains open at Arsenal for both players who required moves to kick-start their respective careers. Edu explains why Matteo Guendouzi and Lucas Torreira wanted to leave Arsenal Coming Next Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE 1 min. story PLAY 1/1 SPONSORED Read More Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he rejected Read More Metro Sport ReporterThursday 8 Oct 2020 2:27 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link5.1kShares / Top articles by Metro Edu oversaw his first transfer window as Arsenal’s technical director following the departure of Raul Sanllehi (Picture: Arsenal)Arsenal technical director Edu insists neither Matteo Guendouzi or Lucas Torreira were forced out of the club and insists both players prompted their departures by approaching Mikel Arteta and himself.The midfielders, who were recruited by Arsenal two years ago on the recommendation of former head of recruitment Sven Mislintat, have both fallen out of the first team picture for differing reasons.Torreira featured prominently during the early weeks of Arteta’s tenure but failed to win his place back after suffering a serious ankle injury in a fifth round FA Cup tie at Portsmouth just prior to lockdown.Guendouzi initially benefited from the Uruguay international’s absence by taking his place in the side, but he has been exiled ever since his confrontation with Neal Maupay during a defeat against Brighton back in June.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT He told Arsenal.com: ‘The market situation was really strange. It was difficult to manage well because nobody was 100% comfortable to do the deals.‘Even loan players or to swap players was even more difficult. I think we did it quite well. If you see Lucas Torreira, if you see Matteo I think for them it was really really important to move, play more games, be more comfortable and happier because both came to me and Mikel to talk about the possibility to go to have more game and play more minutes.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal‘When you see the clubs they went to it was brilliant. Lucas went to Atletico Madrid which is a very important club going to play Champions League. ‘They play quite a nice system, the way they are playing for Lucas Torreira then you see Hertha Berlin and it’s a similar situation with Lucas. To play more games, develop his career and of course we are going to be following them because they are still Arsenal players and this is important to mention.’MORE: Mesut Ozil’s intentions after Arsenal Europa League squad snubMORE: Edu reveals how Arsenal’s owners reacted to Thomas Partey transfer moveFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Advertisement
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