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Happy Birthday, Duane Allman: Butch Trucks, Jaimoe, More Reflect On His Legacy [Videos]

first_imgButch Trucks Reflects On Duane Allman’s Lifelong Influence[Video: Music Masters Collective]Rest in Peace, Duane (and Butch).[Originally published 11/20/16] Today (November 19th) would have been the 74th birthday of late guitarist Duane Allman.With only 24 years of life, Duane Allman contributed a legacy beyond just co-founding the Allman Brothers Band. A true pioneer of slide guitar, and an avid session musician for many (including Aretha Franklin, Wilson Pickett, Otis Rush, Eric Clapton, and countless others), Duane was taken too soon in a motorcycle accident nearly fifty years ago.From Muscle Shoals to Capricorn Records, the southern-rock guitar hero brought his southern rock roots to the R&B scene on recordings like Wilson Pickett’s version of ‘Hey Jude’, Boz Scaggs’ ‘Loan Me A Dime’, and, most-notably, lays down the illustrious final solo in Derek and The Dominos ‘Layla’. No one played guitar like “Skydog” did.“He has had probably the greatest impact on my life of anyone I have ever known,” former ABB bandmate Butch Trucks told Live For Live Music in a 2015 interview. “Have you heard the story about the day he reached into me and turned me on? If it wasn’t for that moment of epiphany I would have spent my life teaching math in some high school. That’s ok, but I’ll take the life I’ve had any day. Duane was the type of person who, once you met him, changed you for the better. I’ve never met anyone so powerful and positive. I still, after 45 years, have dreams that I run into him somewhere. There is a piece of me that will never let him go.”Related: Duane Allman’s 1957 Gibson Les Paul Played On “Layla” Sells For $1.25 Million At AuctionIn memory of Duane Allman, hear some of these great stories on how he affected the lives of many…Jaimoe, Tommy Talton, & Scott Boyer Wish Duane Allman A Happy Birthday[Video: The Big House Museum]Dickey Betts on Duane Allman[Video: Devon Strolovitch]Muscle Shoals Session Drummers Roger Hawkins & David Hood Describe Duane Allman’s Early Days[Video: LuckieVideos] Boz Scaggs Talks Beginning Of The Allman Brothers Band[Video: moogisvideo]last_img read more

Cain, Bryan Lady Lions win and move on in national tournament

first_imgSIOUX CITY, IA (WLAF) – Former Campbell County Lady Cougar Sarah Cain’s Bryan Lady Lions remain on the national stage after Wednesday’s opening round win over Siena Heights.  Bryan (29 & 2) came from behind in the 4th quarter to defeat Siena Heights 72 to 68 in the NAIA Women’s National Basketball Tournament. (PHOTO COURTESY OF MARK CAIN)Siena Heights (Mich.) had a big third quarter scoring 26-10 giving them a nine point lead going into the fourth quarterBryan answered in the fourth quarter scoringThis is Bryan second tournament win in program history and their second time in nine appearances advancing to the second round.Peyton Banks of Siena Heights (Mich.) had a double-double with 19 points and 11 reboundsShayla Ludy of Bryan (Tenn.) also had a double-double with 12 points and 12 reboundsBryan turnovers left the door open for Siena Heights as they were able to capitalize on their miscuesBryan’s defense and rebounding helped to limit second chance opportunities and their sharp shooting 49% from the field held off the persistent efforts of the Saints.Siena Heights weren’t hot from the outside but continued to keep it close by attacked the paint and getting to the free throw line where they were 79% on 19 of 24 attempts (12 of 13 in the second half)Bryan (Tenn.) will play Marian (Ind.) on Friday morning at 11:15 AM ETSIOUX CITY, IOWA (WLAF)  — The 5th-seed Siena Heights women’s basketball team fell to 4th-seed Bryan College 72-68 in the first round of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) National Championship in the Tyson Event Center in Sioux City, Iowa on Wednesday night. Peyton Banks (Wadsworth, Ohio) scored 13 of her 19 points in the second half as she led the Saints with a double-double in points and rebounds (11) in the losing effort.THE BASICSFinal Score: Bryan 72, Siena Heights 68Location: Sioux City, Iowa (Tyson Events Center)Records: Bryan (Tenn.) (29-2), Siena Heights (27-6)HOW IT HAPPENEDDemi Russell (Toledo, Ohio) got things going with a layup in the opening minute for the 2-0 lead. The Lions knotted things up at the 8:05 mark before Banks hit a three to spark 5-0 run that put the Saints on top 7-2. Bryan cut the five-point deficit to two after a three-point jumper put the score at 11-9 in favor of Siena Heights. Kelsey Wyman (Blissfield, Mich.) responded with a jumper behind the arc to push the lead to five, 14-9, with 4:13 left in the first. The Lions used a 10-0 run to finish the first quarter with a 22-15 advantage.Russell hit a free throw in the opening 60 seconds of the second quarter and Allye Minor (Bryan, Ohio) made a jumper at the 6:09 mark of the quarter to put the score at 24-18 in favor of Bryan. Both teams would go into a scoring drought as the only points scored for the next three, plus minutes came off two free throws by the Lions at the 3:49 mark of the second. Minor hit a layup with 2:20 remaining in the half and the Lions responded with back-to-back shots to give the game its first double-digit point margin, 30-20, with 1:46 left before the half. The Saints would outscore Bryan 5-2 in the final minutes of the second to put the score at 32-25 as both teams entered the locker room at half time.The Saints began the third quarter with a 6-0 run that cut the deficit to 32-31 and forced a Lions timeout with 9:11 on the clock in the third stanza. With the score at 38-34, Banks would score and Russell would hit three of four free-throw attempts to give the Saints a 39-38 lead with 5:19 left in the third. The score would tie once more at 40 before Siena pulled ahead by nine, 51-42, as the third quarter ended.The Lions began the final quarter with a 15-5 run that spanned the first four minutes of the quarter to take a 57-56 lead. The teams traded baskets to a 62-61 score in favor of Bryan College with 3:42 remaining in regulation. A 6-0 run by the Lions extended their lead to seven points and forced a Saint timeout with 1:13 remaining on the clock. Banks hit a bucket to cut the deficit to five, 68-63, with just 41 ticks left. The Saints missed some shots down the stretch and were forced to foul late to stop the clock. Votava hit a three-point jumper with a second left, but it wasn’t enough to catch the Lions as the clock expired.TOP SAINTS• Banks finished 8-15 from the floor for her game-high 19 points.• Russell shot 5-8 from the floor and 6-9 from the charity stripe for 16 points. She pulled down three boards also.• Minor completed the game with nine points and six rebounds.• Tomczak scored eight points, six of which came from the free throws.• Votava and Wyman each finished with seven points.• Anaya Powell (Grand Rapids, Mich.) led with a game-high eight assists.BRYAN COLLEGE• Tristan McClellan led the Lions with 18 points.• Shayla Ludy had a game-high 12 rebounds.SEASON WRAP UPWith the loss, the Saints are eliminated from the NAIA tournament and their season comes to an end a 27-6 overall record. Siena Heights had a 17-3 mark in conference play to finish second in the league standings.Share this:FacebookTwitterlast_img read more