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Trey Anastasio Band Breaks Out Ghosts Of The Forest Material On First Night In Brooklyn [Photos/Videos]

first_imgTrey Anastasio Band continued their extended weekend run on Sunday with their first of two performances at Brooklyn Bowl in Brooklyn, NY. One of the smaller rooms in which you’ll see TAB play, the Bowl was packed to the brim when Trey Anastasio‘s eight-piece solo outfit took the stage at the beloved concert venue/bowling alley for just the second time ever.Much like the previous two nights at New York’s Beacon Theatre and New Haven’s College Street Music Hall, this show saw Trey continue to blur the lines between the repertoires of his various different projects. On Friday and Saturday, respectively, Trey introduced Phish staples “Blaze On” and “Ghost” into the TAB lexicon. At Brooklyn Bowl, he looked to Ghosts of the Forest for setlist additions, offering the TAB debuts of “A Life Beyond The Dream”, “Brief Time”, and “Stumble Into Flight”.The show began with a pair of Trey Anastasio Band favorites including “Cayman Review” and “Mozambique”, followed by a pair of songs that appear at both Phish and TAB shows, “Everything’s Right”, and “Pigtail”. A Picture of Nectar instrumental “Magilla” came next, followed by Trey Anastasio Band’s first-ever full-band rendition of Phish’s “No Men In No Man’s Land”. The smokey, slow-burn “The Way I Feel” gave Trey a chance to flex his blues chops before excellent renditions of “Gotta Jibboo” and Charlie Daniels Band‘s “The Devil Went Down To Georgia” closed out set one.Trey Anastasio Band looked to an old reliable vehicle in “Sand” to kickstart the second set. “Valentine” and “46 Days” were up next, followed by “A Life Beyond The Dream”, the first the three Ghosts of the Forest tunes to make an appearance on the evening. The set continued with “Simple Twist Up Dave” and the relatively uncommon “Ether Sunday” before the band moved into a bouncy “Ocelot” and a cathartic “Tuesday” to bring the second set to a close.Much like the previous night, Trey emerged solo for the encore for a trio of acoustic songs. However, rather than pulling solely from the Phish catalog for his acoustic mini-set, Trey slipped emotional Ghosts of the Forest tune “Brief Time” in between “Water In The Sky” and “Brian and Robert”. Finally, the band rejoined their frontman for the TAB debut of “Stumble Into Flight” and a set-closing “Set Your Soul Free”.Trey Anastasio Band will be back in action tonight, Monday, April 29th, for their second and final show at Brooklyn Bowl. For a full list of Trey Anastasio Band’s upcoming performances, head here.You can stream a full soundboard audio recording of the show via LivePhish. You can also watch a selection of crowd-shot videos from the performance below:Trey Anastasio Band – 4/28/19 – Set 1 – Full Crowd-Shot Video[Video: rdeal1999]Trey Anastasio Band – “Sand” [Partial] Load remaining images Check out a gallery of photos from the show below courtesy of photographer Andrew Blackstein.Setlist: Trey Anastasio Band | Brooklyn Bowl | Brooklyn, NY | 4/29/19Set One: Cayman Review, Mozambique, Everything’s Right, Pigtail, Magilla, No Men In No Man’s Land, The Way I Feel, Gotta Jibboo, The Devil Went Down To GeorgiaSet Two: Sand, Valentine, 46 Days, A Life Beyond The Dream^, Simple Twist Up Dave, Ether Sunday, Ocelot, TuesdayEncore: Water In The Sky*, Brief Time*^, Brian and Robert*, Stumble Into Flight^, Set Your Soul FreeNotes: *Trey solo acoustic; ^ TAB debutTrey Anastasio Band | Brooklyn Bowl | Brooklyn, NY | 4/28/19 | Photos: Andrew Blacksteinlast_img read more

PNP assures no human rights abuses under Anti-Terror Bill

first_imgAny person who shall threaten to commit any act of terrorism, propose any terroristic acts or incite others to commit terrorism shall suffer the penalty of 12 years in prison under the bill. “May mga pangamba ang ating kababayan sa batas na iyan pero ito po ay para sa mga pinaghihinalaang terorista,” Banac said. “Hindi naman po agad agad isasailalim sa surveillance ang isang indibidwal. Dadaan pa po ‘yan sa masusing pag aaral.” “Magsasagawa po tayo ng information campaign para lahat ng ating pulis ay aware sa provisions ng panukalang batas,” Banac said in aninterview with DZBB. PNP spokesperson Bernard Banac said in a radio interview on Sunday that they will conduct information campaign on their police officers to ensure that the proposed measure will be implemented properly. MANILA – The Philippine National Police (PNP) has assured that policemen won’t abuse the powers under the controversial Anti-Terrorism Bill, which is now up for President Rodrigo Duterte’s signature. “Ang nais lamang po ng pamahalaan, maging ang PNP, ay mabalanse ang ating karapatan at ang pagkakaroon ng kaayusan. Kailangan mabalanse ang rights at order,” he added. The bill also removed the provision under the Human Security Act that orders the payment of half a million pesos in damages for each day that a person wrongfully accused of terrorism is detained. The proposed measure wants to extend the number of days suspected terrorists can be detained without a warrant of arrest – from three days under the current law to up to 14 days. The PNP spokesperson added that it is just right to pass the Anti-Terrorism Bill now to prevent the further prevalence of terrorism. The Senate has approved on February the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020, which seeks to repeal the Human Security Act of 2007 with stronger measures to allow the government to curtail supposed acts of terror. A counterpart measure was approved by the House of Representatives on third and final reading on Wednesday night clearing the way for President Duterte’s signature./PNlast_img read more