Last night, Phil Lesh celebrated his 76th birthday at the Capitol Theatre, backed by a Q-esque lineup of Friends that included Eric Krasno, Warren Haynes, John Molo, and Rob Barraco. The party was a two-set rocking affair at the Port Chester, NY venue, bringing out some of the best Grateful Dead tunes for the occasion.Fortunately, as taping has been a Grateful Dead tradition since the 1960’s, taper Dave Malloy has provided full show audio of the performance. There are a handful of videos that had previously surfaced, but this is the first full-listen for fans who were unable to attend.Tune in below:Also, check out a handful of videos from the show, captured by misteryeager:“Help On The Way”“Just A Little Light”“Shakedown Street”Setlist: Phil Lesh & Friends at The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY – 3/15/16Set One: Help on the Way (RB) > Slipknot! > Just a Little Light (WH), Doin’ That Rag (RB), Let It Rain (WH), Althea (RB, WH), Bertha (RB)Set Two: Shakedown Street (WH) > Viola Lee Blues (PL, RB, WH), Eyes of the World (PL) > Playing in the Band (RB) > Lady with a Fan (PL) > Terrapin Station (PL, WH) > Morning Dew (WH), Happy Birthday to Phil!Encore: Standing on the Moon (WH)
WILLIAM Troost-Ekong scored a dramatic late winner to send Nigeria into the Africa Cup of Nations semi-final at the expense of South Africa.Samuel Chukwueze hit the opener as he controlled Alex Iwobi’s cross, before scoring at the second attempt.Bongani Zungu equalised with a header initially ruled out for offside, before VAR replays showed a free-kick hit a Nigerian player on the way to him.But Udinese’s Troost-Ekong bundled home from close range late on to win it.His finish was into an empty net after goalkeeper Ronwen Williams totally missed Moses Simon’s corner.Nigeria face Ivory Coast or Algeria in Sunday’s second semi-final (20:00 BST).The Super Eagles were deserved winners and led through Villarreal youngster Chukwueze’s first goal for his country. They should have been ahead by more when Williams pushed Peter Etebo’s free-kick onto the bar.Zungu’s goal was the first in the Africa Cup of Nations given by the VAR, which has just been introduced for the quarter-finals. It looked offside initially but Percy Tau’s free-kick hit Nigeria’s Odion Ighalo on the way on to Amiens midfielder Zungu’s head.The game looked set for extra time before Williams flapped at a cross to leave Troost-Ekong with a simple finish.Senegal, who beat Benin 1-0 earlier yesterday, will play either Madagascar or Tunisia in the other semi-final.