Watch Bob Weir Play “Tennessee Jed” At Nashville’s Famed Ryman Auditorium [Videos/Setlist]

Posted On Mar 2 2021 by

first_imgBy now, everyone should know that Bob Weir was in Tennessee last night. Just one night prior, the Grateful Dead guitarist appeared on stage for an extended performance with the jam band Phish, before making his way over to the Ryman for his scheduled stop on the “Campfire Tour.”Weir has been on a tear of late. The guitarist spent the summer performing with Dead & Company, and followed that up with the release of his solo album Blue Mountain. He’s been on the road for the past couple of weeks, bringing along an all-star ensemble that includes Steve Kimock, Bryan Devendorf, Scott Devendorf, Josh Kaufman and Jon Shaw. Last night was no exception, as they played the penultimate stop on their fall tour at the famed Nashville theater.With the band in Tennessee, naturally the performance called for a rendition of the classic “Tennessee Jed.” Watch a video of the song below, courtesy of YouTube user Bill Magee.You can also watch the show-closing performance of “Ripple,” streaming below.Weir will conclude his tour tonight, October 20th, in Chicago, IL. You can see the full setlist from last night’s performance, below.Setlist: Bob Weir & The Campfire Tour at the Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN – 10/19/16Set I: Loose Lucy (solo), Easy to Slip (solo), Blue Mountain (solo), Only a River, Lay My Lily Down,Gallop On The Run, Ghost Towns, Rosa Lee McFall, GonesvilleSet II: Me and Bobby McGee, Tennessee Jed, West L.A. Fadeaway, Cassidy, Looks Like Rain, Goin’ Down the Road Feeling BadE: Ki-Yi Bossie (solo), Peggy-O, Ripplelast_img read more

Branches: Fading fast?

Posted On Dec 18 2020 by

first_img“If your customer base is aging with you, then eventually you are going to become obsolete or irrelevant. You need to be constantly figuring out who are your new customers and what are you doing to stay forever young,” says Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of might note the impact of these words in consideration of financial institution branches and how this business model is influenced by tech-savvy younger generations.The literature indicates millennials are part of the force at work that currently drives change in how providers make financial services accessible. Branches are not only susceptible to this change, but in a state of it as financial institutions consider—and reconsider—the role of this point of contact.This week, discover how branches are influenced by the younger demographic and ways you can incorporate to evolve your branches in response to changing consumer need. continue reading » 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more