Derek Trucks Appears On Haunting New Wynonna Judd Song [Music Video]

first_imgThe slide guitar work of Derek Trucks can be picked out from a universe away. While most impressionable with his own band Tedeschi Trucks Band, the Allman Brothers Band alum has been appearing more and more on the tracks of others. His most recent guest spot is with country star Wynonna Judd on her single “Keeps Me Alive” from her 2016 release Wynonna & The Big Noise. Now, the song has transformed into a music video, Wynonna’s first full-length concept video in 14 years.The music video of “Keeps Me Alive” features Wynonna Judd standing in a historic Oaklands Mansion in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and is inspired by Johnny Cash’s “Hurt” video. Trucks’ wife and TTB partner Susan Tedeschi also appears on the album, along with Jason Isbell.Watch “Keeps Me Alive” below:last_img read more

May 29, 2017 Police Blotter

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Aussie Open: Djokovic seals 900th career win

first_imgRelatedPosts Djokovic clinches fifth Italian Open title Djokovic zooms to 10th Italian Open final Djokovic fined $10,000 for ‘unsportsmanlike conduct’ Novak Djokovic’s opening contest at the Australian Open wasn’t as straightforward as he would have hoped, but the World No. 2 ultimately secured safe passage into the second round on Monday, 7-6 (5) 6-2 2-6 6-1. Djokovic established a comfortable lead over Jan-Lennard Struff in Rod Laver Arena, clinching the first set in a tiebreak before breaking his German opponent’s serve twice in the second frame to move within a set of an easy victory. But Struff broke the Serbian three times to claim the third set 6-2, giving Djokovic cause for concern – if only briefly. Djokovic returned the favour, breaking Struff’s serve on three occasions in the fourth set, and on his second match point the record seven-time Australian Open champion sealed the win after two hours and twenty minutes on court. The win, which came at 11.30pm in Melbourne, was Djokovic’s 900th on the ATP tour. It saw him progress to the second round of the first major of the year for the 14th consecutive season. “It’s great to be back in this arena that has a very special place in my heart,” the 16-time Grand Slam champion said. “This has been by far my most successful court in my career, and I love coming back to Australia – the land of tennis. “I want to thank everybody for staying almost until midnight and supporting both players.”Tags: Jan-Lennard StruffNovak DjokovicRod Laver Arenalast_img read more