With Bob Weir‘s Blue Mountain coming out at the end of this month, fans of the Grateful Dead guitarist await patiently to find out what the full-length album of originals will sound like. Following his previous release, “Only A River”, Weir shares a new track, “Gonesville”, from his new cowboy album.You can listen to the song, which premiered on Rolling Stone today, below:“Gonesville” was collaboratively written by Bob Weir and Josh Ritter and will appear on Blue Mountain on September 30th, which marks Weir’s first solo album in over 10 years, and his first batch of songwriting in over 30 years. The record features The National’s Aaron Dessner, Bryce Dessner, and Scott Devendorf as contributors.According to Rolling Stone, the full list of contributing musicians also includes: Ray Rizzo (drums, harmonium, harmonica, backup vocals), Joe Russo (drums), Jon Shaw (upright bass, piano), Rob Burger (keyboard, accordion, tuned percussion), Sam Cohen (electric guitar and pedal steel), Nate Martinez (guitars, harmonium, backup vocals), Jay Lane (drums, vocals), Robin Sylvester (upright bass, vocals, hammond organ) and Steve Kimock (lapsteel). The Bandana Splits – comprising Annie Nero, Lauren Balthrop and Dawn Landes – sing backup on the album.Check out the full tracklist and tour schedule below.Blue Mountain Tracklist1. Only A River2. Cottonwood Lullaby3. Gonesville4. Lay My Lily Down5. Gallop On The Run6. Whatever Happened To Rose7. What The Ghost Towns Know8. Darkest Hour9. Ki-Yi Bossie10. Storm Country11. Blue Mountain12. One More River To CrossBob Weir Tour DatesSan Rafael, CAMarin County Civic CenterOctober 7, 2016Oakland, CAFox Theatre OaklandOctober 8, 2016Los Angeles, CAThe WilternOctober 10, 2016Upper Darby, PAThe Tower TheatreOctober 12, 2016Brooklyn, NYThe Kings TheatreOctober 14-15, 2016Port Chester, NYThe Capitol TheatreOctober 16, 2016Nashville, TNRyman AuditoriumOctober 19, 2016[via Rolling Stone]
StumbleUpon ASA monitoring sweep marks gambling as the worst underage advertising offender August 26, 2020 Related Articles Share Submit Marc Etches to step down as CEO of GambleAware in 2021 August 14, 2020 UK gambling adopts toughest online advertising code to protect underage audiences August 27, 2020 Share Belgian Juliper Pro League football club KAA Gent has urged the Belgium Gambling Commission (BGC) to clarify its advertising conditions related to football marketing conducted on behalf of betting firms.The BGC has launched an investigation of KAA Gent for distributing a promotional email by partner Napoleon Games, which featured a prize titled – ‘Experience a day with the Buffalos’ (KAA’s club nickname).Prize terms saw KAA Gent promote to its fanbase the chance to spend a day training with club’s first-team players. In order to qualify for the competition, KAA Gent fans would have to wager just €1 on Napoleon Games verticals.The BGC has flagged the promotion, stating that KAA Gent had breached conditions of Belgium’s recently installed Royal Decree (July 2019) which sanctioned strict betting advertising conditions on Belgium media operators.CD&V Justice Minister Koen Geens, author of the Royal Decree, has since chastised KAA Gent marketing for ‘clear violations’ in the messaging of Napoleon Games promotion, stating that the football club had failed to meet its social responsibility concerns.“Gamble in moderation! Must stand. “Offering bonuses involve various dangers for the gambler. For example, new players can be encouraged to start gambling or existing players to start gambling again,” Geens told Belgian media outlets.He underlined that KAA Gent’s marketing breach would be utilised as an example of further advertising measures needed when the Belgian ministers review the Royal Decree.Napoleon Games Chief Executive Tom De Clercq responded to Geens’ criticism, stating that the operators marketing department and KAA Gent had developed the prize campaign in-line with the Royal Decree’s advertising standards.He maintains that all requirements had been met with regards to audience targeting and that football club had fulfilled its gambling responsibility checks.