In March, up-and-coming guitar prodigy Billy Strings made his debut at Nashville, TN’s historic Country music radio program, The Grand Ole Opry. The evening also saw brief performances by Alison Krauss, Old Crow Medicine Show, Brandon Lay, Smithfield, Gary Mule Deer, Jesse McReynolds and more.The Grand Ole Opry is the show that made country music famous, featuring a dynamic lineup of new stars, superstars, and legends of country music. Unlike a typical concert, the Opry presents eight or more artists on each show, giving the audience a sample of each artist’s musical style.Billy Strings and his band stepped up for one of the final performances of the evening, first offering up a high energy take on “Dust In A Baggie”, off of Strings’ 2016 self-titled EP. To round out their brief performance, Strings and company worked their way through “While I’m Waiting Here”, off of Strings’ 2017 Turmoil & Tinfoil LP.Watch Billy Strings’ “Dust In A Baggie” performance from The Grand Ole Opry below:Billy Strings – “Dust In A Baggie” (Pro-Shot)[Video: Grand Ole Opry]Next up for Billy Strings is an appearance at Las Vegas, NV’s Bender Jamboree. For ticket information and a full list of Billy Strings’ upcoming tour dates, head to his website.
“This terrorist, who has been part of the FARC for 24 years, is responsible for extortions and terrorist actions,” Pinzón explained. “He perpetrated extortion against people and companies in Meta, Guaviare and Bogotá. He is the 44th major leader to be neutralized by the government of President Juan Manuel Santos.” The minister added that 10 members of the criminal gang “Los Urabeños,” responsible for extortion and drug trafficking, were captured in several raids conducted in the Valle del Norte and Antioquia departments. By Dialogo August 06, 2013 In addition, a wounded guerrilla aka ‘Pilar’, age 22, was captured during the Army operation conducted in Mesetas (Meta) jurisdiction. I hope they eliminate drug dealers like the one captured by the government of President Santos. “These operations demonstrate the ongoing offensive headed by the Armed Forces and Police. These are great news for the country, and are part of the results the public forces consistently deliver,” the National Defense Minister said. Minister Pinzón revealed from Manizales, where he participated in the Meeting of the Colombian Chambers of Commerce, that the troops of the National Army had neutralized Ferley Rondón Marín, aka ‘Robin’, in the last hours. Rondón Marín was the main leader of the 52nd Front, which operated in Meta department. The Colombian Minister of National Defense, Juan Carlos Pinzón, stated that the neutralization of aka “Robin”, the main leader of the FARC’s 52nd Front, and the capture of 10 members of the criminal gang “Los Urabeños”, were major hits to improve the security of Colombian citizens.