[Video: Anton van Peppen][Video: Anton van Peppen] Late on Saturday night, Soulive took the stage in LOCKN’ Festival’s Garcia’s Forest following Tedeschi Trucks Band, Trey Anastasio, and Doyle Bramhall II‘s full recreation of the classic Derek and the Dominos album, Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs.Soulive and Peter Shapiro, the co-founder of LOCKN and owner of Brooklyn Bowl (among other venues), have a long history of curating memorable, guest-filled performances by way of their long-running Bowlive residency at the Brooklyn venue. With Soulive’s LOCKN’ late-night positioned in a prime Saturday post-midnight slot on the schedule, expectations were high for similar collaborative fireworks in Garcia’s Forest.The set was billed as Soulive ft. The Infinity Horns, a brass section nobody seemed to know much about ahead of the show. However, this mysterious outfit turned out to be just one of several exciting guests to appear during the set. The core Soulive trio—comprised of guitarist Eric Krasno, keyboardist Neal Evans, and drummer Alan Evans—kicked things off in the Forest with a handful of originals and staple instrumental covers like The Beatles‘ “Eleanor Rigby”.Guitarist Danny Mayer, a frequent Krasno collaborator and current member of Star Kitchen, was the first to join in, helping the band tear through their searing arrangement of Jimi Hendrix‘s “Manic Depression”. Next, guitarist Duane Betts—son of the Allman Brothers Band‘s Dickey Betts—took the stage to link up with Krasno for the classic dual-guitar gymnastics of the Allmans’ “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed”. This rendition of “Liz Reed” had a similarly powerful effect on those in the crowd and those on the stage. As Duane joked when he stepped to the mic to address the crowd after the song, “That was a f*ckin workout.”[Photo: Dave Vann]Finally, Soulive called the Infinity Horns to the stage, and three musicians strode on to join them with their hoods covering their heads and faces. The guest horn section eventually took off their hoods to reveal that they were, in fact, the Trey Anastasio Band Horns: trumpeter Jennifer Hartswick, trombonist Natalie Cressman, and saxophonist James Casey. The horns remained onstage throughout the rest of the performance, which wrapped up just after 3 a.m.[Photo: Dave Vann]Scroll down to watch a selection of clips from the performance:
To this end, investigators with the Division of Corporations, Business and Professional Licensing (CBPL) worked with law enforcement to determine suitable disciplinary action on a case-by-case basis. In each case, the licensee voluntarily agreed to the sanction, and each sanction was ratified by the relevant licensing board. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Following the arrest of Dr. Lavern R. Davidhizar of Soldotna Family Medical Center on October 8, he voluntarily signed over the suspension of his medical license on October 9. In the last two weeks, two health care providers have been arrested for overprescribing narcotics and two health care providers have been arrested for possession of child pornography. The Department of Commerce and Community Development determined additional steps were necessary to appropriately safeguard the public, according to a release issued on Monday. Photo provided by Soldotna Family Medical Center Lavern Davidhizar – Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.)The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) arrested Dr. Davidhizar for prescribing practices on October 8. Dr. Davidhizar signed a voluntary suspension of license on October 9. The Alaska State Medical Board adopted the surrender October 11. Shannon Bell – Clinical Social WorkerMr. Bell was charged with possession and distribution of child pornography. The charges were reported by the media on October 1. He signed a voluntary suspension of license on October 4. The Board of Social Work Examiners adopted the suspension on October 11.Michael Cassista – Registered NurseMr. Cassista was charged with 10 counts of possession of child pornography. The charges were reported by the media on October 2. He signed a voluntary surrender of license on October 7. The Board of Nursing adopted the surrender on October 11.Jessica Spayd – Advanced Practice Registered NurseThe Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) arrested Ms. Spayd for prescribing practices on October 8. Ms. Spayd signed a voluntary surrender of license on October 9. The Board of Nursing adopted the surrender on October 11. Visit professionallicense.alaska.gov for additional information about the professions requiring a CBPL license to practice in Alaska. A thorough explanation of the investigative process is posted on the division’s investigations web page. The division’s cases on the suspended licenses will remain open until new information is obtained, the allegations are disproven in federal court, or the allegations are proven by conviction. Once all facts are gathered, each board can then decide whether license revocation, reinstatement, or another action is applicable.