Last weekend marked the return of Jungle Jam, a jam scene oriented destination festival held in Jaco Beach, Costa Rica. Among the many performers on the full lineup, the headlining set certainly stood out; a collaboration between Oteil Burbridge, Jeff Sipe, Scott Murawski, John Kadlecik and Jason Crosby. If the recording is any indication, this “Oteil & Friends” set went off better than we ever imagined. The group performed a tribute to Bob Marley, playing reggae favorites like “Could You Be Loved?” and “Three Little Birds.”Thanks to taper Phil Simon, we have full audio of this crazy fun set. Tune in below:Oteil Burbridge heads out on tour with Dead & Company for a number of dates this summer. Check out the newly-updated schedule here.
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B&H tennis player Jasmina Tinjić has qualified in the second round of the ITF tournament in Antalya. This ITF tournament which is held in Antalya is worth 10.000 dollars.In the first round of the tournament, Jasmina Tinjić has won against Marija Bogičević from Serbia with the result 6:0, 6:3. For the qualification in the quarter finals of the second round of this tournament, Tinjić will play against Martina Caregaro from Italy.
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