Kicking off a three-show run at San Francisco, CA’s The Fillmore last night, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood paid tribute to fallen Beatle John Lennon on the anniversary of the his death with a cover of “Come Together.”The two-set show featured CRB originals such as “Roan County Banjo,” “Burn Slow,” and “Sweet Sweet Lullaby,” as well as additional covers of Leon Russell‘s “Stranger in a Strange Land,” Bob Dylan‘s “Tough Mama,” and a show-closer of The Velvet Underground‘s “Rock & Roll.” Take a listen to “Come Together” below, courtesy of Stuart Levine.Setlist: Chris Robinson Brotherhood | The Fillmore | San Francisco, CA |12/8/16\Set 1: Let’s Go, Let’s Go, Let’s Go, Roan County Banjo, Tornado, Precious, Precious, Tulsa Yesterday, California Hymn, Burn Slow, Poor Elijah / Tribute to JohnsonSet 2: Stranger in a Strange Land, Forever as the Moon, Clear Blue Sky & The Good Doctor, Never Been to Spain, Tough Mama, Sweet Sweet Lullaby, Leave My Guitar Alone, RideEncore : Come Together, Rock & Roll[via JamBase]
Police on Arlington Avenue on Friday evening.Police put two in jail following a tip on Friday evening.Several Indiana State Police troopers went to Canterbury Apartments in Batesville after a tip that 20-year-old Kayla McGovern of Milan was in a specific apartment.McGovern was wanted in Jefferson County on a warrant for Possession of Cocaine and Theft.Officers arrived at the apartments and an occupant said McGovern had just left and was on her way to Oldenburg in a black 2003 Ford Focus. Officers searched the area and located the vehicle near Arlington Avenue and State Road 229. Indiana State Tpr. Kyle Stovall initiated the traffic stop and was assisted by several other troopers.McGovern was a passenger in the vechile and during the course of the traffic stop, the driver, 20-year-old Vanessa Erfmeier of Batesville was found to be in possession of drugs and marijuana.Bother were taken into custody without incident and McGovern was transported to Jefferson County.Erfmeier went to the Franklin County Jail and is currently charged with Posession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance (Class D Felony), Possession of a Schedule III Controlled Substance (Class D Felony), and Possession of Marijuana (Class A Misdemeanor).