Ghost Light made serious waves in 2018. The newly formed project from Tom Hamilton, Holly Bowling, Raina Mullen, Scotty Zwang, and Steve Lyons is a force to be reckoned with, wowing audiences across the country with their next-level improvisations and already-stellar catalog of originals. With only 10 months as a band under their belts, Ghost Light impressively sold out multiple shows on their inaugural spring tour, based off of word-of-mouth buzz alone. The five-piece also had the pleasure of opening up a number of shows for jamgrass quintet Greensky Bluegrass this fall.In March, Ghost Light made a stop at Phil Lesh’s Terrapin Crossroads venue in San Rafael, CA, offering up a standout two-set performance amidst their extensive inaugural tour. The quintet opened their improv-heavy four-song first set with “Don’t Come Apart Just Yet”, before moving into a cover of American Babies’ “Old Time Religion”. Ghost Light then invited up guitarist Grahame Lesh for “Keep Your Hands To Yourself”, before closing the set with a cover of the Grateful Dead’s “Deal”.Following a brief set break, Ghost Light came back out to open their second set with an improvisational jam, before working through a length take on “Lead Weight”. The second Grateful Dead cover appropriately came next with “Tennessee Jed”, before bringing the second set to a close with a 13-minute take on David Bowie’s “Lazarus”. The American Babies tune “Bullseye Blues” served as the evening’s encore.Luckily for fans, Ghost Light has released another edition of their “Full Show Friday,” featuring their performance from San Rafael, CA’s Terrapin Crossroads on March 23rd, 2018. Listen to the full-show audio below:Ghost Light – 3/23/2018 (Full-Show)[Audio:Jon Hart]Ghost Light doesn’t have any shows planned for the first few months of 2019, aside from their appearance at the 10 Mile Ride Deadhead Ski Trip event in Frisco, Colorado in late March, as well as a performance at Crested Butte, CO’s Center For The Arts. They’re also scheduled to appear at both Electric Forest and Peach Music Festival this summer.For more information and ticketing, head to Ghost Light’s website here.Setlist: Ghost Light | Terrapin Crossroads | San Rafael, CA | 3/23/2018Set One: Don’t Come Apart Just Yet, My Darling, Old Time Religion (American Babies) Keep Your Hands to Yourself *> Deal* (Grateful Dead)Set Two: Jam > Lead Weight > Tennessee Jed (Grateful Dead), Diamond Eyes, Lazarus (David Bowie)E: Bullseye Blues (American Babies)* w/ Grahame Lesh on guitar & vocals
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Greensburg, In. — Residents are invited to celebrate the memory of former Special Olympic athlete Caleb Brown with a 5k on September 22. Caleb was a basketball player that died in March of 2018 suddenly following a tournament in Terre Haute. Caleb also was on the bowling team and a co-owner of Port-O-Lets Sanitation.Registration for the 1st Annual Caleb Brown Memorial 5k begins at 7 a.m. and the run/walk begins at 8 a.m.Here is the route for participants:Route for the 5K through the streets of Greensburg:-Begins at the Tree City Fall Festival stage going east to Franklin Street-Turn left at Franklin Street-At Walnut Street turn right-Turn left onto East Street-Take the small right hand jog at First Street to remain on East Street-Head to Fourth Street and make a small right hand jog to Barachel Lane-Turn left onto Broadway Street-Go Straight across into the industrial drive by KB Foods-Do a quick horseshoe turn to get back onto Broadway Street-Turn right onto Fifth Street-Go around the curve to Fourth Street-Turn right to Anderson Street and then turn left-Take Anderson Street to First Street and turn left-Turn left on Ireland Street and then right on Second Street to Broadway Street.-Turn right on Broadway to complete race just short of the Tree City Fall Festival stageThe entire route will be marked and volunteers will direct participants when needed. Register online here.