Video Of moe.’s First Performance Of Steely Dan’s ‘Bodhisattva’ Since 2003 Has Surfaced

first_imgmoe. came to New York, NY this past weekend, playing three nights at the Big Apple with shows at Stage 48 and the PlayStation Theater. Among hte many highlights from the three days of music were two major bust-out classic rock covers, including a version of Neil Young’s “Down By The River” for the first time since 2002, as well as Steely Dan’s “Bodhisattva” for the first time since 2003.The covers are certainly exemplary of the band’s overall devotion to their fanbase, eager to pull out all the stops for the New York audience so close to their roots. Since celebrating their 25th anniversary in 2015, moe. has been playing some of their best music, including a Star Wars-themed Halloween for the ages.Thanks to Mike Maciunski, we have full video of the encore “Bodhisattva,” following the traditional announcements section from guitarist Al Schnier. Watch “Al.nnouncements-Bodhisattva,” below:You can also check out fan-shot footage of “Down By The River” by following this link. If you can’t get enough of this 3/18 show from the PlayStation, there’s full audio as well, courtesy of taper Brian V. Enjoy:last_img read more

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Loan officer faces fraud charges

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by: Peter StrozniakAn Ohio man will be arraigned April 2 in U.S. District Court in Cleveland for allegedly embezzling more than $436,000 from Taupa Lithuanian Credit Union.Andrew Belzinskas, 45, of Lyndhurst, an eastern Cleveland suburb, is the seventh person to be charged in the $15 million fraud case that led to the insolvency of the Cleveland cooperative in July 2013.He was indicted last week on one count of conspiracy to commit bank fraud and one count of bank fraud, according to court records.Belzinskas worked full-time at Taupa Lithuanian Credit Union in various capacities from 1991 through 2004. He eventually was responsible for originating loans for Taupa for about 10 years. Even though he left his full-time position in 2004, Belzinskas continued to work as a part-time loan officer. continue reading »last_img read more

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