After six great performances from rock and roll icons over three packed nights, fans certainly left Desert Trip smiling. Check out a few more videos from The Who & Roger Waters’ final night, as well as their full setlists below.The Who: Roger Waters: Classic rock fans were treated to two amazing performances last night, as Desert Trip came to a close with sets from The Who and Roger Waters. Each artist dove into their repertoires, bringing out hit songs from all eras of their tenure. Any rock music appreciator was certain to be singing along the whole time, basking in the powerful music that both The Who and Pink Floyd have shared over the years.The night started with The Who, fronted by founding members Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend. With a stellar backing band that includes bassist Pino Palladino, drummer Zak Starkey (son of Ringo Starr), keyboardist John Bundrick and rhythm guitarist Simon Townshend (the younger brother of Pete), The Who seemed to lock in early with their earliest hit, “I Can’t Explain.” The show took fans on a saga through the band’s career, including segments of songs from the band’s two rock operas, Quadrophenia and Tommy. They ended with two of their most energetic and well-known songs, “Baba O’Riley” and “Won’t Get Fooled Again.”Watch those two final songs below, courtesy of Fake Fan. Next up was Roger Waters, who had been warming up for Desert Trip with setlists spanning the career of Pink Floyd. His performance at Desert Trip followed suit, opening with the famed “Speak To Me/Breathe” introduction of Dark Side Of The Moon. Waters would ultimately play the entirety of Dark Side during his performance, excluding the instrumentals “On The Run” and “Any Colour You Like”, mixed in with other classic numbers through the band’s career. He played the majority of Wish You Were Here and Animals, as well as tracks from Meddle, A Saucerful Of Secrets and, of course, The Wall.Watch some Dark Side highlights, courtesy of Fake Fan on YouTube. Setlists: Edit this setlist | More The Who setlists Edit this setlist | More Roger Waters setlists
Español, Holidays, Press Release Este viernes Pennsylvania celebra el primer aniversario de la declaración del 19 de junio como el Día Nacional de la Libertad Juneteenth en Pennsylvania. El Gobernador Wolf está alentando a los residentes de Pennsylvania a reflexionar sobre la importancia del feriado estatal y la necesidad permanente de una sociedad justa y equitativa.“Este Juneteenth, las personas de todo Pennsylvania y del mundo celebrarán este importante día de la independencia”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “Es un momento para honrar la historia afroamericana y reflexionar sobre la manera en que cada uno de nosotros puede promover la igualdad, la libertad y la justicia para todas las personas”.El 19 de junio de 2019, el Gobernador Wolf firmó una legislación que designaba al 19 de junio como el “Día Nacional de la Libertad Juneteenth” en Pennsylvania. Juneteenth, un acrónimo de junio y diecinueve, marca al 19 de junio de 1865, cuando los soldados de la Unión llegaron a Galveston, Texas, el punto más extremo del sur, con noticias sobre fin de la Guerra Civil. Los esclavos no sabían que habían sido liberados más de dos años antes cuando el Presidente Lincoln firmó la Proclamación de la Emancipación, o que el General Confederado Robert E. Lee se había rendido en Virginia dos meses atrás.“En las últimas semanas, personas de toda la nación se han unido para exigir el fin de la opresión y el racismo sistémicos de los afroamericanos”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “La libertad para todos no se realiza plenamente hasta que cada persona es verdaderamente libre. Este Juneteenth tenemos la oportunidad de unirnos contra la injusticia y crear un cambio duradero que haga de Pennsylvania y nuestra nación un lugar mejor para todos”.En conmemoración de Juneteenth, el 19 de junio será un feriado no laboral especial para los empleados estatales bajo la jurisdicción del Gobernador.View this information in English. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter El Gobernador Wolf conmemora al Juneteenth como el día nacional de la libertad June 18, 2020
Arthur Zane Williams, 45, of Lawrenceburg, IN, passed away Sunday, February 7, 2016 in Fairfield, OH.He was born Monday, January 11, 1971 in Cincinnati, Ohio, son of the late Noel Zane Williams and the late Marge Ellington Williams.He worked as an audio operator for Fox 19 News.Arthur graduated from Ohio Center for Broadcasting. He loved his job and was always working on a project for work. His faith was very important to him and he loved his church family. He was involved in puppet ministries at church and had a passion for Vacation Bible School. Arthur had a great sense of humor and loved to pull practical jokes on people. He was a movie buff, and enjoyed Sci-fi and Star Wars. Arthur loved his dog, Archie and he absolutely loved Christmas, he would listen to Christmas music all year long.Surviving are sisters, Tabetha J Williams of Lawrenceburg, IN, Michelle (Robert) Williams Lewis of Ft. Meyers, FL; nephew, Cole Lewis of Ft. Meyers, FL; several cousins.Memorial Visitation will be held at the Aurora Church of Christ, 814 Sunnyside Ave, Aurora, Indiana 47001, Saturday, February 20, 2016 at 10:00 – 11:30 am. Memorial services will begin at 11:30 am, with Pastor Bryan Dunaway officiating.Contributions may be made to the Family to defray expenses. Please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
Black Stars vice captain Kwadwo Asamoah will start in Kwesi Appiah’s team against Cameroon in their Group F clash on Saturday evening, Citi Sports’ Fentuo Tahiru reports from Egypt.The Inter Milan midfielder will start as part of a midfield 3 along with Thomas Partey and Mubarak Wakaso.Asamoah’s exclusion from the team’s 2-2 draw against Benin in the Stars’ opening game had many people questioning the decision.Appiah has now decided to throw in Asamoah to bring creativity into the midfield.Baba Rahman is also expected to start ahead of Lumor Agbenyenu at left back with captain Andre Ayew expected to reprise his role playing off his brother Jordan at the tip of Ghana’s attack.Jonathan Mensah will start in central defense alongside Kassim Nuhu. Mensah came off the bench after John Boye got sent off against Benin.The rest of the team picks itself and Appiah is not expected to make any further changes barring any last minute injuries.Ghana must avoid defeat against Cameroon to stand a chance of making the round of 16.