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Ghost Light, Featuring Tom Hamilton & Holly Bowling, Makes East Coast Debut In Brooklyn [Photos/Video]

first_imgLoad remaining images On Wednesday evening, Ghost Light, the new project featuring Tom Hamilton, Holly Bowling, Steve Lyons, Raina Mullen, and Scotty Zwang, made their highly anticipated East Coast debut at Brooklyn Bowl with support from Colorado jam quartet Magic Beans. Hamilton, in particular, is no stranger to the Brooklyn, NY venue, having played there dozens of times with Joe Russo’s Almost Dead and other acts. That comfort with the room coupled with the excitement each of the players clearly feels toward this new project was readily apparent throughout the show.EXCLUSIVE: Tom Hamilton & Holly Bowling Talk New Band, Ghost Light, & The Grateful DeadGhost Light’s two-set headlining show was excitedly received by a particularly eager Wednesday crowd, as the band worked through various composed pieces (both instrumental and with vocals) as well as deep, exploratory stretches of improv. They even threw in a cover of The Grateful Dead‘s “Jack Straw” as the encore for good measure. Watch the cover below:Ghost Light – “Jack Straw” (Grateful Dead cover)[Video: Stand For Jam]While Hamilton (lead guitar) predominantly led the charge, each of the band’s talented members had their moments to shine. Both Bowling (keys) and Mullen (rhythm guitar) offered multiple “wow” moments, and the rock-solid rhythm section of Zwang (drums) and Lyons (bass) provided a sturdy foundation all evening.From here, Ghost Light begins an East Coast run that will last through next weekend before heading back out on the road again in May. They will also perform at large-scale festivals like LOCKN’, The Peach Music Festival, and more this summer. You can a list of Ghost Light’s upcoming April and May dates below. For a full list of upcoming Ghost Light tour dates, head to the band’s website. Below, you can see a gallery of photos from Ghost Light’s Brooklyn Bowl show with Magic Beans via photographer Andrew O’Brien.Setlist: Ghost Light | Brooklyn Bowl | Brooklyn NY | 4/11/18Set 1: untitled d-riff, Simple Gift of Man *, Streets of BrooklynSet2: If You Want It (title unconfirmed) > Sway > ** Lead Weight > Bullseye BluesE: Jack Straw **** Ghost Light Debut (Brothers Past)** Ghost Light Debut (Rolling Stones)*** Ghost Light Debut (Grateful Dead)Ghost Light April/May 2018 Tour Dates:April 12th – Ardmore Music Hall – Ardmore, PAApril 13th – The Acoustic – Bridgeport, CTApril 14th – Thunder Road – Boston, MAApril 17th – Gypsy Sally’s – Washington, DCApril 18th – Lincoln Theater – Raleigh, NCApril 19th – 5 Points Sanctuary – Roanoke, VAApril 20th – Asheville Music Hall – Asheville, NC^May 10th – Aggie Theatre – Fort Collins, CO^May 11th – Fox Theatre – Boulder, CO^May 12th – Globe Hall – Denver, CO^May 16th – City Winery – Chicago, IL^May 17th – Founders Brewery – Grand Rapids, MI^May 18th – Blind Pig – Ann Arbor, MI^May 19th – Grog Shop – Cleveland, OHView Tour DatesPhotos: Ghost Light with Magic Beans | Brooklyn Bowl | Brooklyn, NY | 4/11/18 | Credit: Andrew O’Brienlast_img read more

Lukaku eager to prove worth

first_img Press Association “This year, I have a point to prove first to myself, that I can do it again, and then to Chelsea, to show that I can be number one over there as well. “I had a few talks with the manager (Mourinho) about playing regularly and the importance of it, because I couldn’t afford another season on the bench or maybe playing one time out of three, at my age and especially with the World Cup coming up. “So I spoke with him a few times to see his vision and at a certain point I thought going on loan again was the best thing to do. “It was my choice. I want to play as much as possible. “I don’t want people to just remember the Romelu Lukaku of West Brom and for me to be in the background again.” Asked if he still saw a future for himself at Chelsea, Lukaku said: “I don’t know. “I think if I can do similar to last year, but for a club like Everton and with better statistics, why not? But we’ll see at the end of the season. “It was always my main ambition to go back to Chelsea, but the end of the season is when you can have a balanced view of how things have gone and make a final decision.” “You always need confirmation after a good year,” Lukaku said. “After only one good year, if you then have a down year the next year, people never take you seriously. “I want to become a better player – a much better player, not just the same player as people know from last year. “I hope that at the end of this season people say, ‘Romelu Lukaku is one of the best in this league’.” It had been widely expected Lukaku would feature prominently this season for Chelsea, whom he signed for from Anderlecht in August 2011. But Lukaku says conversations he had with the London outfit’s manager Jose Mourinho about his first-team prospects helped convince him he would be best off going out on loan again. And asked if he felt he had a point to prove, Lukaku said: “Yes, because I think after last year, I deserve a chance – like I did the year before, before I went to West Brom. “I thought I deserved that chance, I went to West Brom on loan and did well. Everton’s new on-loan striker Romelu Lukaku is determined that he will not go down as a one-season wonder in English football. Lukaku emerged as a real force in the Barclays Premier League last term, scoring 17 goals while on loan at West Brom from Chelsea for the campaign. The 20-year-old Belgium international joined the Toffees in a similar deal on transfer deadline day earlier this month and is looking to make a major impact once again in 2013-14. last_img read more