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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Bush calls on Bar for assistance

first_imgBush calls on Bar for assistance September 15, 2005 Regular News Bush calls on Bar for assistance Help needed in locating housing for Katrina’s refugees Gov. Jeb Bush has asked The Florida Bar to help find property owners in Florida willing to provide temporary shelter for refugees left homeless by Hurricane Katrina.Last year, a number of Florida land owners offered their properties as temporary shelters under certain terms and conditions. Again, the State of Florida is working closely with FEMA and volunteer organizations to do the same for Katrina’s victims who have been displaced and are seeking refuge in Florida.“We are trying to identify like-minded individuals and corporate citizens who are willing to step forward similarly now,” said Bar President Alan Bookman.“The governor’s office has asked that I encourage Florida Bar members to contact your clients and others you know who own property in Florida to ask that they participate in these efforts,” Bookman said.“Time is critical for assembling this relief program. Gov. Bush and his staff appreciate all of our efforts and any assistance you can identify.”Once you have identified a possible participant in this program, send contact information — name, name of organization (if applicable), address, telephone and fax numbers, e-mail address—to Jill Igert, of the Florida Department of Community Affairs, by e-mail to [email protected]last_img read more

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