On Friday night, Primus continued their tour with a performance at The Stone Pony Summer Stage in Asbury Park. To end their show, the trio invited frequent collaborator and friend Dean Ween—also known as Mickey Melchiondo—of Ween fame to join them for their encore of “Southbound Pachyderm.” Ween, who was already in attendance of the performance, hopped on stage for this final number, shredding through the heavy, thirteen-minute show-closing jam.Ween Plays Their 1997 Album “The Mollusk” In Full For Oregon Crowd [Videos] [H/T JamBuzz] The collaboration was a surprise though certainly not unprecedented. In the past, Les Claypool and Deaner have frequently traded sit-ins, with last year alone seeing Melchiondo guesting with The Claypool Lennon Delirium in August while Claypool joined The Dean Ween Group back in June. Outside of the realm of music, Claypool and Gene are also known for their long-standing friendship, including their love of fish (no “Ph”).Take a listen to Friday’s collaboration between Primus and Dean Ween below, courtesy of Beavis.
Callie Billingsley, 100 of Aurora passed away peacefully Thursday July 21, 2016 at Ripley Crossing at Milan. Callie was born Tuesday June 13, 1916 in Owsley County, Kentucky the daughter of George Green and Addie Ruth (Hutcheson) Gabbard. She married her husband of 55 years Robert Lee Billingsley August 28, 1935 and he preceded her in death August 30, 1989. She attended Holman Christian Union Church and retired from Hill Rom in 1981. Callie enjoyed gardening, reading, playing cards camping, and the family and family gatherings.Callie is survived by daughters Phyllis J. Siekerman and Carol (Ed) Russell both of Manchester, 14 grandchildren, 28 great grandchildren and 29 great great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by parents, husband, sons James and Robert (Sonny) Billingsley and daughter Jo Ann Billingsley Young.Funeral services will be 11AM Tuesday July 26 at Sibbett-Moore Funeral Home with Pastor Tom Holt officiating. Burial will follow in Mt. Sinai Cemetery. Visitation will be 5-8PM Monday July 25 at the funeral home. Memorials may be given to the family. The family wishes to thank everyone at Ripley Crossing for the wonderful care they provided to Callie. Sibbett-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, Box 156, 16717 Manchester Street, 47032; (812)744-3280. Go to www.sibbettmoore .com to leave an online condolence message for the family.
Malboum said six African countries, including Kenya, are capable of hosting the event.The Qatari capital of Doha is set to host the 2019 IAAF World Championships before Eugene, Oregon, stages the 2021 edition. Kenyan sports minister Hassan Wario said Kenya had shown its capability when it brought together athletes from 130 countries.Nairobi, Kenya | AFP | Kenya is to launch a bid to host the athletics world championships in 2023 after successfully staging two other international competitions in the last 10 years.No African nation has ever staged the sport’s flagship event, but Kenyan sports minister Hassan Wario said Kenya had shown its capability when it brought together athletes from 130 countries to compete in the IAAF World Under-18 Championships in Nairobi in July.“We have shown that we are capable to host smaller events, and it has now reached a time when we should host big competitions,” said Wario at a welcome reception for Kenyan athletes who finished second overall at the just-concluded world championships in London, beaten only by the United States.“Kenya became the first African nation to win the world championship in Beijing in 2015, it is only fitting that we should be the first country to bring the championships to Africa,” Wario said.“We have a plan to build three big stadiums in Nairobi, Mombasa and Eldoret and seven additional new ones in other parts of the country.”Wario echoed the recent call by Confederation of African Athletics (CAA) president Hamad Kalkaba Malboum for Africa to be awarded the World Championships by 2025. Share on: WhatsApp