89, of Bayonne, entered into eternal rest on January 21, 2018, at Bayonne Medical Center with her niece Barbara by her side. “Ceily” as she was known by her family and friends, was born and raised in Bayonne and was a lifelong resident. She was employed by the Western Electric Company of Kearny, NJ, as a layout operator, a position she held for more than 39 years before her retirement many years ago. Ceily was predeceased by her parents, Andrew and Helen (nee: Orzechowski) Rajkowski; her four sisters, Stella Rajkowski, Lottie Morgan, Jean Olszewski, and Sophie Wasielewski; and her two brothers, Walter and Theodore. Left to cherish her memory are her three nieces, Barbara Kopacz, Carol Sokola, Gigi Diaz, and one nephew, Raymond Rajkowski. Also survived by nine grandnieces, and grandnephews, and six great-grandnieces and great-grandnephews. Funeral arrangements by DWORZANSKI & SON Funeral Home, 20 E. 22nd St.
This past August’s LOCKN’ Festival in Arrington, VA was a highlight of the summer of thousands of music fans. The festival put together a truly unbelievable lineup for 2016, including headliners Phish, Ween, and My Morning Jacket, sets from Umphrey’s McGee, Vulfpeck, Charles Bradley, Turkuaz, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Circles Around The Sun, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Twiddle, Lettuce, Keller Williams, Gary Clark Jr. and many more, as well as two Phil & Friends performances that saw the Grateful Dead bassist play with Phish’s Jon Fishman and Page McConnell, Anders Osborne, Joe Russo, and the Infamous Stringdusters one night and Chris Robinson Brotherhood with Gary Clark Jr. the next.Bask In The Glory Of These Precious LOCKN’ Moments [Full Gallery]Today, LOCKN’ released their official recap video, providing a glimpse of the magic that occurred on the scorching summer weekend. You can check it out below:Virtually the entire Live For Live Music team made their way to Arrington for this year’s festivities, and LOCKN’ most definitely did not disappoint. Thanks to everyone involved for putting on a great show. We’ll see you next summer![Group photo – Patrick Hughes // Cover photo – Sam Shinault]
Former Allman Brothers Band guitarist Dickey Betts has revealed plans to release a new live album and DVD, Ramblin’ Man: The Dickey Betts Band Live at the St. George Theatre, due out on July 12th via BMG.Betts’ forthcoming live album and concert film document a 90-minute performance by the Dickey Betts Band at Staten Island, NY’s historic St. George Theatre from July 21st, 2018. Betts’ band includes his former Great Southern bandmates—son Duane Betts (guitar), Frankie Lombardi (drums, backup vocals), Mike Kach (keyboards and lead vocals) and Pedro Arevalo (bass)—as well as equally talented new additions Damon Fowler (lead/slide guitar and vocals) and Steve Camilleri (drums).Related: How The Peach Music Festival Continues To Keep The Allman Brothers Spirit Alive [Videos]The 2018 performance, which will be available on Blu-ray, DVD, CD and vinyl, features a number of Allman Brothers Band favorites, including a special “Midnight Rider” tribute to Gregg Allman featuring Gregg’s son Devon Allman on lead vocals. Later in the show, Dickey paid his respects to Gregg again with an electric take on “Whipping Post”.See the full tracklist for Betts’ forthcoming Ramblin’ Man: The Dickey Betts Band Live at the St. George Theatre release below.expanding more-text=”View Tracklist”]Ramblin’ Man: The Dickey Betts Band Live at the St. George Theatre Tracklist:1. “Hot ’Lanta”2. “Blue Sky”3. “Statesboro Blues”4. “Midnight Rider” with special guest Devon Allman5. “My Getaway”6. “Nothing You Can Do”7. “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed”8. “Whipping Post”9. “Ramblin’ Man”10. “Jessica”[/expanding]
NORTHWOOD — An Osage man is under arrest after a high speed pursuit through Worth County.The Worth County Sheriff’s Department says a deputy attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a vehicle on Pheasant Avenue just south of Highway 105 just outside of Northwood on Tuesday. A pursuit then started heading south on Pheasant then east on 458th Street, south on Quince Avenue, and then east on 450th Street, with speeds exceeding 80 miles per hour. The pursuit ended with the truck being blocked in on Vine Avenue just north of 420th Street. 25-year-old Kaleb Sellers was arrested and faces numerous traffic violations including eluding, speeding and multiple counts of failing to obey a stop sign. He was transported and booked into the Worth County Jail.