The last day of Summer Camp Music Festival brought even more big names in the jam scene to patrons at Three Sisters Park. With an influx of people that came for Sunday only, fans were treated to great music all day long.After two nights of performances, Umphrey’s McGee had a daytime set that featured a raging “August.” Railroad Earth brought their flavor of Americana to the main stage. Surprisingly, they were without their jack-of-all-trades member Andy Goessling. They did have keyboardist Matt Slocum play with them, perhaps in his stead. It was unique hearing RRE with keyboard parts. The highlight of their set was undoubtedly the debut of their cover of “Melissa.” The nods to Gregg Allman thus continued.Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee| Summer Camp Music Festival | 5/28/17Glory, Conduit, Educated Guess, Day Nurse, August, The Linear, Walletsworth, Dump City, Life During Exodus, Attachments, Crucial TauntIn what was one of the most anticipated sets of the weekend, Phish frontman Trey Anastasio brought his eclectic stylings with his all-star band. Over the past four years, TAB and Summer Camp have an association of disastrous weather. A few years ago, his set was canceled mid-set due to thunderstorms. This year, TAB played two great sets in absolutely gorgeous weather, opening with a funky “Gotta Jibboo” that many Phish fans appreciated. Other staples included “Mozambique,” “Soul Rebel,” “Cayman Review,” and a sensational cover of “Clint Eastwood” by the Gorillaz, featuring Jen Hartswick on vocals. The band also debuted a cover of “Midnight Rider” in honor of Gregg Allman.Watch “Sand” below, courtesy of Greggory Marcus:Setlist: Trey Anastasio Band | Summer Camp Music Festival | 5/28/17Gotta Jibboo, Mozambique, Sand, Soul Rebel, Drifting, Burlap Sack and Pumps, Cayman Review, Curlew’s Call, Magilla, Money, Love and Change, Night Speaks to a Woman, Ocelot, Valentine, Plasma, Liquid Time, Midnight Rider, Dark and Down, Simple Twist Up Dave, Goodbye Head, Mr. Completely, First Tube, Clint Eastwood, Push On ‘Til the Day, The Parting GlassAnother very hyped set came from the Disco Biscuits. Not having played at Summer Camp since 2006, they were long overdue. Except for the “Story of the World” opener, their set was basically one long “Basis for a Day” sandwich. True to their style, they played their set straight through, segueing from one song to the next for the entirety of the seventy-five minutes. The peak of the jams was the epic “Tricycle” in the middle of the set.Setlist: The Disco Biscuits | Summer Camp Music Festival | 5/28/17Story of the World, M.E.M.P.H.I.S.-> Basis for a Day-> Tricycle-> Aceetobee (inverted)-> Basis for a Day-> I-Man-> Basis for a DayAs per Summer Camp tradition, moe. closed out the festival. Playing two sets at the Moonshine Stage, they absolutely crushed it. Donning their white outfits from the previous night, they played tunes from all ages of their decade-spanning career. They even brought out Yonder Mountain violin player Allie Kral to help them out for a good jam session.Watch moe.’s first set and part of their second set below, courtesy of Summer Camp Photo: Phierce Photo With Summer Camp now over, summer is right around the corner. Happy Memorial Day folks! You can check out photos from Sunday’s festivities below, courtesy of Phierce Photo.Summer Camp | Sunday | Photos by Keith Griner Load remaining images
Show Closed This production ended its run on Dec. 31, 2016 View Comments Fiddler on the Roof Judy Kuhn Related Shows Miracle of miracles! Tony nominee Judy Kuhn will start performances in Fiddler on the Roof on November 22. She takes over for Jessica Hecht as Golde in the the Main Stem revival, which is helmed by Bartlett Sher and stars Danny Burstein. The production is scheduled to play its final performance at the Broadway Theatre on December 31.Kuhn earned her fourth Tony nomination for her performance as Helen Bechdel in Fun Home, which concluded its Broadway run on September 10. She also received nominations for She Loves Me—Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick’s predecessor to Fiddler—Les Miserables and Chess. Her additional Broadway credits include The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Rags and King David on stage and the singing voice of Pocahantas in the 1995 Disney animated film.In addition to Burstein, the current cast of Fiddler on the Roof includes Alexandra Silber as Tzeitel, Samantha Massell as Hodel, Melanie Moore as Chava, Adam Kantor as Motel, Ben Rappaport as Perchik, Nick Rehberger as Fyedka, Adam Dannheisser as Lazar Wolf, Alix Korey as Yente and Dee Roscioli as Fruma Sarah.
Kompany turned home a Gareth Barry strike at the start of the second half to snuff out any hope of a Newcastle revival after Carlos Tevez – with his seventh in six games – and David Silva had put the hosts in command before half-time. Yaya Toure increased City’s lead before the end and with Sergio Aguero also returning from a knee injury, the Blues will head into their April 8 Manchester derby meeting with United at Old Trafford in confident mood, even if their Premier League title defence is almost over. “It is impossible we can win the title but it is important to finish the season well,” said Mancini, whose side will discover their FA Cup semi-final opponents on Monday when Chelsea entertain United. “If we play like this we won’t have a problem in the last couple of months of the season. We want that second place and to win the FA Cup semi-final.” Mancini confirmed defender Matija Nastastic had been ruled out by a foot injury sustained on international duty, although the Serbian is not expected to be missing for long. Newcastle manager Alan Pardew admitted his side were second best, a situation that would have been the same even if they had been at full strength. “I think we might have struggled against that Manchester City side even with my best team,” he said. “Kompany gives them an assurance and a presence at the back that they might have been missing in other games. I don’t think City are going to win the league and in the first half they had an assurance about them that comes from playing with no pressure.” Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini hailed the influence of captain courageous Vincent Kompany after the Blues romped to their biggest Premier League win since November. On his first appearance after two months out with a calf problem, Kompany netted City’s third in a 4-0 triumph over Newcastle that consolidates their second-placed position in the table. Little wonder Mancini was so concerned at Kompany being called into World Cup action for Belgium last week, given his obvious importance to the Blues. “Vinnie is important for us,” said Mancini. “We played without him for 60 days, which was very bad for us, like when we lost Yaya Toure for a month. There are some players that are very important and if they don’t play for three, four, five games it is a big problem.” Press Association