PREMIERE: Neville Jacobs Release Groovy New Song, “Wasted”

first_imgYou can check out the Live For Live Music premiere of Neville Jacobs “Wasted” below. The song will appear on the duo’s upcoming debut LP, which is due out September 28th via Harmonized Records. If you like what you hear, you can pre-order the new album on Neville Jacobs website. Neville Jacobs–”Wasted”Neville Jacobs LP Tracklisting:1. Wasted2. Makeup Of A Fool3. The Stakes4. City Rain5. I Wanna Know6. River Behind Me7. Dance For Me Mama8. Money Talks9. Good To YouFor more info on Neville Jacobs upcoming debut LP, due out September 28th, head here! This song came out of a writing session we did in Baltimore. I remember I started that riff on the cigar box guitar, and Ivan just started singing the “wasted” chorus and improvising some vocal melodies. I ended up taking that and writing some lyrics – thinking back on time wasted, being wasted, and time wasted while being wasted! I love the raw feel that we got when we cut the tune, with Brady Blade and Tony Hall laying down a super nasty groove, made even funkier by Ivan on some wah wah guitar. This is one of my favorites for us to play live.”center_img The Neville Jacobs incarnation was a matter of fate and unlikely connections, as Ivan Neville and Cris Jacobs formed a strong friendship after playing a poker game side-by-side, during some leisurely time at New Orleans Jazz Fest. New Orleans bred Ivan Neville has strong familial ties to the music world, being the son of funkster Aaron Neville and nephew of the legendary Neville Brothers. Baltimore-bred Cris Jacobs is an extremely accomplished songwriter and bandleader, bringing flavors of soul and country to his tunes. Together, after realizing the potential the two had beyond the poker table, the duo quickly started writing material together, wasting no time to jump in the studio to record.On September 28th, Neville Jacobs will release their self-titled debut LP via Harmonized Records. To round out the band, the duo tapped Dumpstaphunk bassist Tony Hall and drummer Brady Blade, who have a significant amount of on-stage history together. Hall and Blades have played together as a rhythm section for Emmylou Harris, Dave Matthews, Jewel and several other talented musicians over the years. The album also contains guest appearances from Shreveport, LA-based singer and violinist, Theresa Andersson, as well as Neville’s iconic father, Aaron Neville, lending his soulful vocals on “Makeup Of A Fool”.Today, Live for Live Music is excited to premiere “Wasted”, the first single released to fans off of Neville Jacobs debut LP. “Wasted” is a catchy, feel-good tune, compiling the duo’s diverse musical backgrounds and history. The tight groove held down by Hall and Blade allows Neville and Jacobs’ soulful, soothing vocals, to soar, as their harmonies melt back together into the chorus. “Wasted”‘s mellow, yet groovy complexion, points any listener in the direction of begging for more.As Ivan Neville explained to Live for Live Music in a statement,I’m very excited for this to drop. Any time I get to play some funky Wah Wah Guitar it’s a very happy place for me. On top of that, I got to listen to Cris Jacobs’s nasty cigar box guitar riffs & groove along with the very funky Brady Blade/Tony Hall rhythm section. It doesn’t get much better than this.”Cris Jacobs added:last_img read more

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Survey for private renters on the impact of the Corona virus on business

first_imgYou can fill out the survey until 14.07.2020. You can access the survey via the link https://www.hgk.hr/forms/anketni-upitnik-poslovanje-obiteljskog-smjestaja-u-vrijeme-koronavirusa  The Family Tourism Association of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce has published a survey for private renters on the impact of the Corona virus on their business.center_img The survey aims to gain insight into how the current situation regarding the Corona virus (COVID-19) affects the non-business of catering service providers in the household and on the family farm.last_img read more

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Beat writers split on No. 5 Syracuse’s outcome against No. 7 Army

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ No. 5 Syracuse takes on No. 7 Army in the Carrier Dome this Sunday at 1 p.m. This will be the Orange’s first top-10 test of the season after beating Colgate and Binghamton by a combined score of 38-18. Army already has two top-20 wins this season and shot up to No. 7 in the rankings, but the Black Knights were upset by Marist this past Tuesday in Poughkeepsie, New York. Here’s what our beat writers think will happen at the Dome this Sunday. Mitchell Bannon (2-0)Good KnightSyracuse 16, Army 13Army defeated its first three opponents 51-9. They outshot then-No. 19 UMass, NJIT and then-No. 20 Rutgers by 46. The Orange and Black Knights were headed for a battle of undefeated teams, two of the nation’s top ten and the best teams in New York state. Then, Marist — 5.5-goal underdogs — shocked Army Tuesday afternoon and handed the Knights their first loss of the season. Before their loss to the Red Foxes, the Army game looked like it would give the Orange an opportunity for a resume-building win early in the 2020 season. Now, a win seems mandatory for Syracuse to legitimize themselves as championship weekend contenders. And it must come against a team looking to prove Tuesday’s loss was merely an anomaly.Andrew Crane (2-0)UnarmedArmy 17, Syracuse 14AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMany in the lacrosse world gasped on Tuesday when Army rose six spots to No. 7 and then lost to unranked Marist by eight goals in less than 36 hours. But Marist isn’t half-bad and will likely be ranked next week. Maybe Army isn’t a road team and will drop a second-straight game outside of West Point. Maybe Syracuse is better than I predicted and can crack a defense that held then-No. 18 UMass scoreless in the first half. The Orange won’t, though, and I’ll stand by my prediction on the D.O. Sportscast earlier this week. This is their first test of 2020 — the Black Knights being leaps ahead of Colgate and Binghamton. When SU played the Raiders, 14 goals against caused head coach John Desko to harp about defensive problems. Close defender Nick Mellen’s knee injury was mitigated last week by an awful Bearcat offense, but that continued “week-to-week” absence will start to sting Sunday.Arabdho Majumder (2-0)Falling in lineSyracuse 18, Army 12Marist exposed Army’s flaws this past Tuesday, and Syracuse will likely do the same. A lot of the looks Marist got against the Black Knights were similar to what the Orange got against Colgate in their season opener. Marist’s Jojo Pirreca scored a pair from the left wing in the first quarter on Tuesday. That’s Chase Scanlan’s avocado toast. From watching back the Marist film, I have doubts on Army’s one-on-one defense, and Syracuse has about five options to pick from to exploit that. The worry is defense, especially without Nick Mellen. Army loves sitting a player backside or right in front of the crease to try and feed. The Knights also love to run pick plays. That’s where I see the similarities to Colgate, and SU handled that well, even without Mellen in the second half. This weekend will be the first of multiple top-10 wins Syracuse earns this season. Comments Published on February 22, 2020 at 8:08 amlast_img read more

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