Watch Chris Robinson Brotherhood Play “Come Together” On The Anniversary Of John Lennon’s Death

first_imgKicking 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]last_img read more

Ørsted: The Netherlands Might Become One of the Largest Offshore Wind Markets (Expertise Hub Video)

first_imgThe Netherlands is serious about renewables and has ambitious plans for the development of offshore wind capacity which could lead to the country becoming one of the largest markets for offshore wind, Jasper Vis, Country Manager for Ørsted Netherlands (formerly DONG Energy Netherlands), said.The Dutch government has shown that it counts on offshore wind by introducing a rollout map until 2020 which includes five tenders, and that gives a lot of confidence to investors and the supply chain, Vis said on the sidelines of the Offshore WIND Conference in Amsterdam, where he was one of the speakers.‘’The current government has already taken the next step and proposed to do 1,000MW a year post-2020, and I think that is really a roadmap you need to develop a renewable energy source like offshore wind,’’ Vis said.Watch our Expertise Hub interview to find out more on Ørsted’s activities and future plans in the Netherlands.NOTE: The interview was carried out prior to the company’s official name change from DONG Energy to Ørsted.For more Expertise Hub interviews, visit Navingo’s Offshore WIND channel on Vimeo.last_img read more