Last night marked the first of Phil Lesh’s “From Darkness To Light” series, with a show that has a “darkness” theme to open the two-night run. Playing with a group of friends that included Neal Casal, Jackie Greene, Cass McCombs, Adam MacDougall, and Mark Levy, the show featured a number of classic Grateful Dead tunes and rock covers, all centered around a theme of darkness.The show opened, naturally, with “Dark Star,” and segued into Pink Floyd’s “Eclipse” on the Dark Side of the Moon album. “Mountains of the Moon” and CCR’s “Bad Moon Rising” came next, plugging away at the moon themed tunes before the Stones classic “Paint It Black.” The show featured a number of great songs throughout the night, as well as an acoustic encore, and you can see the setlist below, courtesy of Osty Gale.Setlist: Phil Lesh & Friends “Darkness Show” at Terrapin Crossroads, San Rafael, CA – 7/5/16Set: Dark Star > Eclipse > Mountains of the Moon > Bad Moon Rising > Paint It Black, Comfortably Numb, I Never Asked To Be Your Mountain, Hurricane, Black Peter, Darkness Darkness, China Doll, Terrapin Station, Black Muddy River, Who Knows Where The Time Goes?Encore (acoustic): Box Of Rain, I Shall Be Released, Bird Song, Uncle John’s Band
7 7 Juan Mata – With Jose Mourinho arriving at Old Trafford this summer, its not a daft thing to assume the Spaniard will be leaving the Red Devils in the near future. Hell have plenty of suitors and West Ham are reportedly after the playmaker, according to El Confidencial, although the Hammers may face competition from La Liga sides. As the days pass by, it seems more and more players are being linked with moves to Manchester United.Interest in the Red Devils is high after confirmation of Jose Mourinho as their new manager – replacing Louis van Gaal.And a new boss means new players, so it’s no surprise to see them linked with a whole host of talented stars.But what is the latest news surrounding their summer business?Click the right arrow above to find out the latest Manchester United transfer news… 7 Bastian Schweinsteiger – The German midfielders time at Old Trafford may be over already if reports in the Daily Mirror are to be believed. They claim the player will be sold following an injury hit spell with the club, which saw him start just 13 Premier League games. Ashley Fletcher – It could have been a different story for Marcus Rashford had Fletcher still been at Manchester United and not on loan at Barnsley for the second half of the season. Fletcher will have no regrets though, winning the Johnstones Paint Trophy and promotion to the Champions with Barnsley, via the play-offs. The Tykes want the 20-year-old back again next year but, so do rivals Leeds United with owner Massimo Cellino keen on the player after watching him in Barnsleys triumph over Millwall at Wembley. 7 7 7 Zlatan Ibrahimovic – A move to the Red Devils is edging ever closer with several outlets running stories about the strikers transfer. The Daily Mail believe the player will be allowed to leave Swedens Euro 2016 training camp to complete a deal, while The Guardian reveal agent Mino Raiola has concluded talks over Ibrahimovics salary, which means the move can be completed once Jose Mourinho ratifies the transfer. Eric Bailly (Villarreal) – Click the right arrow above to find out all the latest Manchester United transfer news… – According to AS in Spain, Manchester United are making a £31m move for the Ivory Coast centre-back, which could be completed in the coming days. He will bolster a backline that could lose Daley Blind in the summer, if reports about Jose Mourinhos transfer plans are to be believed. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Borussia Dortmund) – An exclusive report from the Daily Star suggests Manchester United and rivals Man City will battle for the £65m-rated striker this summer. Pep Guardiola knows all about the player from his time in the Bundesliga, but Jose Mourinho will want to trump his rival in the chase. 7 Andre Gomes (Valencia) – You can expect to hear the name Jorge Mendes a lot this summer. The agent, who represents Jose Mourinho, also looks after Gomes and could unite his clients at Old Trafford. The Red Devils, according to reports in Italy, have bid around £35.2m, plus £11.7m in bonuses for the player as they look to get business done ahead of Euro 2016.