Listen To Turbine Combine Radiohead & Grateful Dead Tunes For “Radiodead” Set

first_imgCatskill Chill has always been known for unique sets, whether its super jams, tributes, or just interesting concepts from bands on the bill. NYC-based rockers Turbine took that to heart last month, when they debuted their Radiodead concept at the festival!Radiodead combined the music of Radiohead and the Grateful Dead in unique ways, pairing tunes like set opener “Brown Eyed Women” with Amnesiac hit “I Might Be Wrong.” The show also featured some lengthy jams on tunes like “West L.A. Fadeaway” and “The National Anthem,” only upping the ante of this great performance.Fortunately, thanks to Turbine, we can share full audio from this powerful set. Tune in to the band’s Chillfest “Radiodead” performance, below.While Turbine is off the road for a little while, guitarist/vocalist Jeremy Hilliard will still be at it with his new band Peak. Hilliard and Peak have been touring regularly, treating fans to an interesting blend that captures elements of funk, psychedelia and EDM.Says Hilliard, “I wanted to do something a little different. As a compulsive songwriter I have plenty of songs to go around.  I also wanted a little more room for the guitar, to see where I can take it, and I’ve always wanted to do that guitar/ organ thing that I love so much going all the way back to Wes Montgomery and Jimmy Smith, but with modern elements.”You can see Peak’s tour dates below, and listen to their debut performance here. More info can be found on their Facebook page as well.Peak Tour Dates10-18 American Beauty, NYC10-29 Sally O’Brien’s, Boston, MA11-1 American Beauty, NYC11-5 Penuche’s, Manchester, NH11-12 B.R.Y.A.C. Bridgeport, CT11-15 American Beauty, NYC11-18 Bishop’s Lounge, Northampton, MA11-19 Souper Groove Jamsgiving, Paul’s Tavern, Lake Como, NJ12-2 Pacific Standard Tavern, New Haven, CT12-3 Keystone Lounge, Cedars, PA12-16 Velvet Lounge, East Setauket, NY12-17 Red Door, Watertown, CTlast_img read more

Alabama One Credit Union sues state officials, regulators and attorneys

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by: Natasha ChilingerianThe $602 million, Tuscaloosa, Ala.-based Alabama One Credit Union filed a federal lawsuit Monday against Alabama public officials – including Sen. Gerald H. Allen (R-Ala.), Gov. Robert Bentley’s chief legal advisor David Byrne and local attorneys – alleging conspiracy and abuse of power from Gov. Bentley’s office.The suit, filed in federal court in Tuscaloosa on behalf of Alabama One and its CEO, John Dee Carruth, alleged the defendants attempted to coerce tens of millions of dollars in legal settlements out of the credit union despite state and federal regulators deeming it a safe and sound institution. The credit union stated in the suit that the public officials’ abuse of power began in November 2013 and stemmed from their desire to benefit their political and personal friend, attorney Justice D. “Jay” Smyth, III, whom Alabama One states put pressure on the credit union to settle five frivolous lawsuits filed by Smyth and others affiliated with him. continue reading »last_img read more