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Aaron Neville Shares New Single Feat. Eric Krasno, Shmeeans, Deitch, And More [Listen]

first_imgBorn in New Orleans, Aaron Neville and his family are of the most influential NOLA musicians of our time. Having been raised and surrounded by the best of the best, Aaron Neville shares his newest song “Stompin’ Ground,” which he describes as a folklore about the “characters who crossed [his] paths.” Ahead of his new album Apache, which comes out July 15, he shares this new single which was produced by Lettuce/Soulive guitarist Eric Krasno, and also features Lettuce’s Adam Deitch, Adam “Shmeeans” Smirnoff, and Gregg Allman keyboardist Peter Levin.A poet at heart, the 75-year-old legend explains, “That’s all about me growing up in New Orleans and a lot of the people that I ran across in my life.” He continues, “You get to the part where I’m calling out names; I start out with Moleface and Melvin; I’m Moleface, and Melvin was my friend. We got tight when we were about five years old. And the line about hanging out at the Dew Drop Inn all night long with Mac Rebennack — that’s Dr. John — it’s just characters who crossed my paths. I’ve got my brothers in there, my uncle John, the [Wild Tchoupitoulas’] Big Chief Jolly. It’s like a testimony, that song.”Shmeeans spoke about the track as well, saying, “I was lucky enough to play guitar on almost every track on this incredible record. However, on this track, I’m on Bass!! So excited that this album produced by Eric Krasno featuring Adam Deitch and Peter Levin, the writing of Dave Gutter for the legendary Aaron Neville, is about to come out.”You can read the full interview exclusively on Billboard, and listen to “Stompin’ Ground” below:last_img read more

Long Dog’s day as Willie Mullins looks to the Future at Leopardstown

first_img Press Association Long Dog led from start to finish to claim the Paddy Power Future Champions Novice Hurdle at Leopardstown. Gordon Elliott’s Tombstone and another Mullins inmate in Petit Mouchoir emerged as the biggest threats on the run to the final flight, but 9-4 favourite Long Dog dug deep to prevail by three-quarters of a length. Tombstone was the same distance in front of Petit Mouchoir at the line. Winning owner Rich Ricci said: “He’s very brave and he clearly wants further – Ruby (Walsh) said he was flat out the whole way. The ground was a bit too heavy for him, but he won that very well. “He’ll definitely go up in trip, but I’m not sure whether he’ll run between now and Cheltenham – he seems to take his races very well. I’d be happy to go straight to Cheltenham, but it’s Willie’s call. “He’s a grinder.” Mullins said: “His experience was a big help, and he’d no trouble staying or jumping. He could come back for the Deloitte, but he’s had a busy time so we’ll have to see. He’s learning all the time and the only reason we ran him in the summer was because he missed last season.” Walsh said: “He’s very tough. I never felt like I was travelling that well and it felt like I as going as fast as I wanted to be going, but he stuck at it really well. “He took one or two chances, as I was having to throw him at a few hurdles just to hold my position. When I caught hold of him at the second-last he seemed to find another gear and from there home he stuck at it really, really well. “He’s won his last six – he started in Sligo and he’s ended up in Leopardstown at Christmas, so that’s brilliant. He’s won over two-five, so he can go up in trip.” center_img The Willie Mullins-trained four-year-old was bidding for his sixth straight victory and his second at Grade One level, having seen off stablemate Bachasson in the Royal Bond at Fairyhouse last month. The two stablemates locked horns once more, with Long Dog narrowly leading Bachasson for much of the two-mile journey, before the latter began to falter from the home turn. last_img read more