Widespread Panic delivered more archival content on Monday with a video of “Protein Drink” into “Sewing Machine” from Oak Mountain Amphitheatre. The video of the eternal pairing was taken from Panic’s 4/16/11 show at the Pelham, AL venue.This video comes as the latest in an ever-flowing stream of archival live content from the southern rock jam band. Since unceremoniously beginning a continuous–almost daily–barrage of live videos at the start of 2021, the band has released clips from its 2002 documentary, 25th anniversary run of shows, concert films, interviews, vintage TV appearances, and more.The pair of songs come from brute.‘s 1995 album Nine High a Pallet, which found members of Widespread Panic—specifically John Bell, Michael Houser, Todd Nance, Dave Schools, and JoJo Hermann—teamed up with guitarist Vic Chesnutt, a frequent collaborator. Four out of five songs on the album, including “Blight”, “Protein Drink”, “Sewing Machine”, and “Let’s Get Down To Business”, found their way into Panic’s regular live repertoire. brute. would go on to release one more studio album, 2002’s Co-Bait.Related: Widespread Panic’s JoJo Hermann To Revive ‘Shut Up And Play’ Livestream Solo ShowsIn this live cut, guitarist Jimmy Herring sounds off the track with the earworm guitar riff. JB grabs a seldom-seen hybrid acoustic guitar to get in on the action as they weave through the stop-start structure of “Protein Drink”. The first half of the movement rolls on like a big tease as Widespread Panic picks up momentum, only to pump the breaks. This makes the payoff of “Sewing Machine” all the more gratifying, however, as Herring is finally let loose and able to run wild on the song to close the first set.Watch Widespread Panic pair up “Protein Drink” and “Sewing Machine” at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in 2011.Widespread Panic – “Protein Drink” > “Sewing Machine” – Pelham, AL – 4/16/11[Video: Widespread Panic]
International firm DWF has confirmed that it will become the latest member of the growing cohort of legal services businesses to float on the London Stock Exchange. It is understood to be hoping to raise between £400m and £600m from an initial public offering (IPO), by far the sector’s most ambitious share placing.DWF will be the first law firm listed on the main market of the London Stock Exchange rather than the AIM secondary market. In an update posted today, DWF Group Limited announced its potential intention to undertake an IPO. It said that a registration document has been submitted for approval to the UK Financial Conduct Authority. DWF revealed in June last year that it was considering a public offering as ‘one of a number of strategic offerings’. Gordon Dadds Group is currently the largest listed law firm. Manchester-based DWF has announced a series of international ventures over the past 18 months including an ‘exclusive association’ with Los Angeles-headquartered firm Wood, Smith, Henning & Berman (WSHB). In the year ending 30 April 2018, DWF opened offices in Singapore, Italy and Qatar, as well as adding new offices in Australia and forming a ‘strategic alliance’ in Turkey.DWF would be comfortably the biggest law firm so far to have chosen to list on the stock exchange, and its decision could spark other top 50 firms to advance their plans for a similar move. Firms were allowed to go public as a result of the Legal Services Act 2007, although take-up was slow initially until a handful listed in the last year.
AMHERST, OHIO– The Amherst Comets (4-1, 3-1) and Olmsted Falls Bulldogs (4-1, 3-1) are set to do battle at 7 p.m. on Friday at Amherst Steele High School.Last week the Comets toppled Berea-Midpark, 51-41. Amherst is off to its best start since the 2010 season. The Comets also proved that they can bounce back, considering their first loss of season came in Week 4 against the Midview Middies.Running back Khennedy Scagliozzo once again led the way for Amherst with three touchdowns and 294 yards on 32 carries.The Bulldogs are coming off of a 42-35 win over North Ridgeville in Week 5. Jack Spellacy ran for three touchdowns and 69 yards on 11 carries. Luke Lombardo also had 78 yards on 15 carries and two TDs. Ashley Bastock Related TopicsAmherst CometsOlmsted Falls Bulldogs Ashley is a former basketball player who covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Indians and high school sports for NEO Sports Insiders. She also covers the Cavs for SB Nation’s Fear The Sword. Ashley is a 2015 graduate of John Carroll University and previously worked in political journalism. You can follow her on Twitter @AshleyBastock42