Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Plays “Standing On The Moon” After 2-Year Gap [Videos]

first_imgOn Saturday night, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead closed out their two-night run at Boston’s House Of Blues, marking the group’s final performances of 2017. Characteristic of the innovative Grateful Dead-inspired act, the final Boston show saw the group in proper form, offering up an energized mix of Dead tunes and other choice covers along with countless teases of other artists ranging across Michael Jackson (“Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough”), Herbie Hancock (“Tell Me A Bedtime Story”), Steve Miller (“Fly Like An Eagle”), Rod Stewart (“Do You Think I’m Sexy”), Suzanne Vega (“Tom’s Diner”), John Coltrane (“Love Supreme”), Bobby Brown (“My Prerogative”), and more.Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Shares Full Audio Of LOCKN’ Set Featuring Bob Weir [Stream]Obviously a huge night for the band considering its placement as the group’s last shows of the year, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead managed to mix in a number of special songs into the setlist among tunes that more frequently see rotation during performances. After a show-opening cover of Chuck Berry’s “Promised Land”, the group hit a rousing rendition of “Shakedown Street” ahead of a jam built around John Coltrane’s “A Love Supreme”. During this first set, the band also performed Jerry Garcia’s “Cats Under The Stars” for the third time ever and allowed Marco Benevento and Dave Dreiwitz to team up for an extended duo section during “Viola Lee’s Blues”.During the second set of the night, the band offered up the majority of its high-profile and sometimes hilarious teases. From the set-opening slinky rendition of “Feel Like A Stranger”, the band worked in tastes of Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song” and Suzanne Vega’s “Tom Diner” as well as a more traditional “Slipknot!” tease. From there, the band was off and sprinting toward the finish, with the second set also seeing a “flipped” version of “Eyes of the World”—the band started with the song’s ’73 ending played in the key of the song before it, “Dancing In The Streets”—as well as a rendition of “Standing On The Moon”, marking the first time the band has the 1989 Grateful Dead tune since October 2nd, 2015 at Brooklyn Bowl in New York City.“Viola Lee Blues” > “Cats Under The Stars”[Video: Brosef Wilson]“Standing On The Moon” > “Truckin’”[Video: monihampton]“Feel Like A Stranger”[Video: Jamey Klein]“Franklin’s Tower”[Video: Jamey Klein]You can check out the setlist for yourself below, plus stay tuned for announcements about Joe Russo’s Almost Dead’s highly anticipated performances in 2018!Setlist: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead | House Of Blues | Boston, MA | 12/9/2017Set One: Promised Land > Shakedown Street @ -> Jam # -> The Other One $ > Viola Lee Blues % > Cats Under The Stars ^, One More Saturday NightSet Two: Feel Like A Stranger & -> Franklin’s Tower > Dancing In The Streets * > Eyes Of The World + -> Jam @@ -> Let It Grow ## > Standing On The Moon $$> Truckin’ -> Music Never Stopped Jam -> Truckin’ Reprise -> Born Cross Eyed JamEncore: GDTRFB %% > WBYGN (Instrumental)@ – Unfinished# – With a “Love Supreme” (John Coltrane) Tease (TH or SM)$ – With a Playin Tease (Band)% – With a Throwin Stones Tease (Band), a China Cat Tease (TH), a DD/MB Duo Jam, with TH on Drums, & a “Shortnin’ Bread” (James Whitcomb Riley) Tease (MB)^ – With a “Walk Like An Egyptian” (The Bangles) tease (MB), a China Cat Tease (SM), a “Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough” (Michael Jackson) Tease (SM) & a “St. Thomas” (Sonny Rollins) Tease (SM)& – With an Immigrant Song” (Led Zeppelin) Tease, a “Tom’s Diner” (Suzanne Vega) Tease (SM) and a Slipknot! Tease (Band)* – With a DD Bass Solo, “Tell Me A Bedtime Story” (Herbie Hancock) Jam (MB) & Eyes Teases (Band)+ – “Flipped” Version – Started with the “’73 Ending” Changes played in the key of Dancin’, and a DD Bass [email protected]@ – With a “Fly Like An Eagle” (Steve Miller) Tease (MB)## – With an “Amazing Grace” (Traditional) Tease (TH), an “If You Think I’m Sexy” (Rod Stewart) // “My Prerogative” (Bobby Brown) Jam that included audience vocals, and a Slipknot! Tease (Band)$$ – Not played since Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn, NY, 2015-10-2, a gap of 88 shows%% – With a Not Fade Away Tease (Band)[Photo: Rob Chapman]last_img read more

Where to find the best value for money when it comes to land

first_img Off-grid escapes for preppers Work underway at Hayfield estate at Ripley. Picture: Peter Wallis.This is where home buyers wanting more bang for their buck should head, with new research uncovering where to secure the most affordable land in southeast Queensland.New research has revealed Ipswich as the best valued dirt in southeast Queensland.Property services group Oliver Hume ranked each of the region’s local government areas (LGAs) based on the average price of a square metre of land sold during the three months to the end of June. Estates for first home buyers: Brisbane home values on the rise SEQ LGAs & Average Value Rate ($/sq m) The relative value of Ipswich land has seen prices experience solid growth with average lot prices increasing 12 per cent over the last five years and 3 per cent over the last two years.Ipswich buyers are paying an average of $507/sq m, nearly half the price of land within the boundaries of Brisbane City Council. Logan ($523/sq m) was the second most affordable area, followed by Moreton Bay ($629/sq m), Gold Coast $709/s qm) and Redlands ($741/sq m). North Brisbane – Griffin, Upper Caboolture (River Parks) Logan – Logan Reserve (Middleton Park), Park Ridge Ipswich – Ripley (Hayfield) / Bellbird Park Gold Coast – Ormeau (The Avenue, Elevate) / Pimpama (Source: Colliers International) 1 Ipswich $507 2 Logan $523 3 Moreton Bay $629 4 Gold Coast $709 5 Redland $741 6 Brisbane $970 South East Queensland average $575 Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:29Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:29 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenWays to get into the property market for less00:29center_img Oliver Hume’s Julian Coppini said the southeast Queensland market was placed to out-perform the rest of the country over the next couple of years.He said the expected increase in demand for new land following changes to lending standards and lower interest rates had begun to materialise.“We are coming out of quite a difficult period due the constraints placed on lending and the uncertainty of the federal election,” he said.Research by Colliers International indicates North Brisbane, Logan, Ipswich and the Gold Coast as in-demand areas for first homebuyers. (Source: Oliver Hume Research) More from newsNoosa unit prices hit new record high as region booms: REIQ12 hours agoParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus12 hours ago“Corey and I are looking to start a family in the next few years, so we wanted to ensure we had a reasonably large house, as well as a backyard big enough to put in a cubby, sandpit, trampoline and maybe even a pool”.Mr Ebert said the land, which they paid $265,000 for, would be perfect for their husky cross malamute, Ellie.The young Carbrook couple spent almost eight months researching their first home purchase, and realised they could either sacrifice their ‘future-proofing’ approach by purchasing a little closer to town, or move slightly further out and grow their family comfortably.The plan to build a four-bedroom, four-bathroom home on the site. About 60 per cent of buyers to date within Hayfield’s Ripley development have been first home buyers with land currently starting from $207,000 for a 438sq m lot, and house and land packages selling from $403,000 for the same lot size. Most buyers come from within the 10-15km radius of the estate.Clinton Trezise from Colliers International who is marketing Hayfield said first home buyers are attracted to the estate value for money received when compared to other estates in the area. “Buyers are attracted to Hayfield not just due to its affordability but the fact that it is set among tree lined streets, laneway, parklands and native bushland. As a bonus, every purchaser gets free front garden landscaping designed by an award-winning landscape designer,” he said. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK Corey Ebert and Stephanie Hostland looking over the estate where they have purchased their house block. Picture: Peter Wallis.Oliver Hume national head of research George Bougias said Ipswich’s value proposition was built on having the second largest median lot size and the lowest median price.“If pure bang for your buck is your priority, Ipswich is the place to buy right now,” he said. “There has been a massive investment in infrastructure, there is an increasing number of jobs and the range of options for first and second home buyers are exceptional.”Official land valuations for Ipswich that were released in March (used for determining council rates) saw valuations increase by up to 8.8 per cent in 2018.Stephanie Hostland, 26, and Corey Ebert, 24, recently bought a block of land for under $300,000 at Hayfield, Ripley.“It has enabled us to secure a really spacious home site, particularly compared to other options that tended to be smaller and much less affordable,” Ms Hostland said. (Where land, house & land is in demand) MORE: Australia’s coolest backyardlast_img read more

EPL: Ayew fires Palace past Watford

first_imgRelatedPosts EPL: Crystal Palace stun sloppy Man U EPL: Red Devils attack Palace Townsend: Eze’s an incredible talent Crystal Palace extended their winning run in the Premier League and moved into the top half of the standings with a 1-0 win over Watford, thanks to a first-half strike from Jordan Ayew at Selhurst Park on Saturday. It was Palace’s third consecutive league win after a winless seven-game run and it moved Roy Hodgson’s side up to 10th in the standings — 12 points clear of the relegation zone. “From 30 (points) to 39 in three games is a fantastic lift,” Hodgson, who this week signed a one-year contract extension, told reporters. “I have such faith and confidence in this team and I really can’t see us letting that go and catapulting down the league, but you never know. Things do happen in football that no one can understand.” Ayew gave Palace the lead with their first shot on goal when James McArthur created an opportunity for him to take a shot from the edge of the box, beating the outstretched arm of Ben Foster in Watford’s goal. It was the second time in as many games that Ayew had scored the winner and he took his goal tally to eight goals this season. “We signed him in the summer, but we paid money to loan him last season and he has shown his worth,” Hodgson added. “I think he has got stronger and we saw signs last season. I’m delighted for him.” At the other end, Vicente Guaita denied Watford twice in the space of three minutes in the second half, first tipping a stinging long-range effort from Troy Deeney over the bar before keeping out Abdoulaye Doucoure’s looping header. Christian Benteke came close to doubling the lead when he attempted one of his trademark bicycle kicks, but despite making good contact with the ball he could only find the side netting. Watford won a corner in stoppage time to make for a nervy ending for the home support but Palace were able to hold firm to leave the visitors in 17th place in the standings.Tags: Billy SharpCrystal PalaceJames McArthurRoy HodgsonSelhurst ParkWatfordlast_img read more

Want to fulfill my dream through ISL: Nabin Rabha

first_imgOur Sports ReporterGUWAHATI: He got the offer last year too but didn’t join because of prior official assignment. However Nabin Rabha, the Centre back, is ready to turn up for ISL outfit Northeast United FC (NEUFC) this season. In an interaction with The Sentinel the former member of Lajong FC and the employee of AG, Assam shared his plan for the coming season and his future goal. Here is he excerpt. The Sentinel (TS): You will turn up for ISL outfit NEUFC this season. Nabin: Yes. Actually I got offer during the middle part of the last season also but due to some prior official engagement I was not able to join the side. This time I accepted the offer and ready to turn up for them. (TS): What’s the reaction of your family members? Nabin: All are very happy. I don’t belong to a family which is financially very sound. We stay at Bonda, near Boko and sometimes I had to struggle to continue my football. But I always received good support from my family and they never told me to stay away from the game. Hope you have understood their feeling. (TS): What is your plan for the coming season? Nabin: I will try my best to play my natural game. ISL is a big league and coach has a lot of say in the team’s strategy. I will try to fulfill the responsibility that will be entrusted to me by the coach. (TS): Share your football journey… Nabin: I started to play football at Kamrupa Football Coaching Centre at Boko under coach Ranjit Das and later shifted to SAI, Guwahati Centre. I represented state team for the first time in U-14 national (at Goa) and also selected for U-17 national team and played in AFC Cup and SAF Cup respectively. In the SAF Cup, held in Nepal, we finished at the second spot. Later I turned up for OILFC, Lajong FC and Fateh Hyderabad. (TS): What is your future goal? Nabin: I want to represent India in the senior category and I feel ISL can fulfill my dream. ISL is now the best league in India and all the top players of the country take part in it. If I can perform well here I believe it won’t take too much time to get the call in the senior national team.Also Watch: #LetsTalk: Mobile Theater & Lockdown Challengeslast_img read more

Running back Devante McFarlane leaves Syracuse football program

first_imgFifth-year running back Devante McFarlane has decided to leave the Syracuse football program, SU Athletics confirmed on Tuesday. first reported the news.Entering the 2015 season, McFarlane was slotted as the starting running back but fell behind then-freshman Jordan Fredericks within the first few weeks. McFarlane rushed for 563 yards on 111 attempts and scored one touchdown in 34 games during his SU career. His rushing yards decreased each of his three seasons at Syracuse. McFarlane ranked sixth on the team with just 35 rushing attempts in 2015.Syracuse returns Fredericks, a sophomore, senior George Morris and sophomore walk-on Jacob Hill. Sophomore Dontae Strickland has spent the beginning portion of spring practice with the running backs and Class of 2016 signee Jo-El Shaw is also expected to join the group.McFarlane is the sixth player to leave the program since Dino Babers became the Orange’s new head coach and the second to do so voluntarily, joining wide receiver Ben Lewis. Defensive linemen Amir Ealey, Qaadir Sheppard, Kenny Carter, and offensive lineman Alex Hayes were dismissed for a violation of team rules. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Published on March 1, 2016 at 12:45 pm Contact Paul: [email protected] | @pschweds Related Stories Syracuse football recruiting: 3-star running back Jo-El Shaw becomes 16th member of 2016 classcenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Trump applauds farright provocateurs during social media summit

first_imgSocial media news Donald Trump used a White House conference on social media to applaud far-right provocateurs, even as he conceded that some of them are extreme in their views.The White House had invited a number of social media pundits and Republican lawmakers to discuss “opportunities and challenges” of the internet.But the Trump administration did not include any representatives from major social media firms – including Facebook, Twitter or Google – instead inviting a mix of inflammatory internet personalities including rightwing Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe, pro-Trump activist Bill Mitchell, college Republican activist Charlie Kirk and Ben Garrison, a rightwing cartoonist who agreed not to attend amid widespread criticism from one of his virulently antisemitic cartoons.During the summit, the president repeatedly bragged about his large Twitter following and congratulated conservative attendees for communicating online “without having to go through the fake news filter”.Trump complained he has stopped gaining as many followers on social media, suggesting a conspiracy without providing any evidence.And he praised some of the most caustic voices on the right. “Some of you guys are out there,” he told them. “I mean it’s genius, but it’s bad,” Trump said.Trump later tweeted: Kari Paul in San Francisco and agencies Share via Email First published on Thu 11 Jul 2019 01.00 EDT Share on Facebook Donald Trump shakes hands with White House social media director Dan Scavino during a social media summit at the White House.Photograph: Evan Vucci/AP Twitter Share on Twitter Social media Share on WhatsApp Share on LinkedIn Since you’re here… Reuse this content Read more Facebook … we have a small favour to ask. The Guardian will engage with the most critical issues of our time – from the escalating climate catastrophe to widespread inequality to the influence of big tech on our lives. At a time when factual information is a necessity, we believe that each of us, around the world, deserves access to accurate reporting with integrity at its heart.More people are reading and supporting The Guardian’s independent, investigative journalism than ever before. And unlike many news organisations, we have chosen an approach that allows us to keep our journalism accessible to all, regardless of where they live or what they can afford. But we need your ongoing support to keep working as we do.Our editorial independence means we set our own agenda and voice our own opinions. Guardian journalism is free from commercial and political bias and not influenced by billionaire owners or shareholders. This means we can give a voice to those less heard, explore where others turn away, and rigorously challenge those in power.We need your support to keep delivering quality journalism, to maintain our openness and to protect our precious independence. Every reader contribution, big or small, is so valuable. Support The Guardian from as little as $1 – and it only takes a minute. Thank you. Share via Email Following the event, Trump tweeted he is directing his administration to explore regulatory and legislative solutions “to protect the free speech rights of all Americans”. The summit was followed by the president’s announcement in the Rose Garden he would abandon his effort to add a citizenship question to the census, but was moving forward with executive action for his administration to collect information on its own.Several of the social media summit attendees appeared in the Rose Garden, with former White House staffer Sebastian Gorka being caught on tape shouting at reporter Brian Karem, calling him “a punk”. Several attendees egged Gorka on, and one person threatened violence. Topics Share on Pinterest Donald Trump Support The Guardian Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe and activist Charlie Kirk attended the event, but no representatives from social media firms Google Share on Messenger Shares1,0331033 Share on Facebook Thu 11 Jul 2019 21.19 EDT The meeting on Thursday was the latest move from the Trump administration in response to its unsubstantiated claims that conservative voices are being discriminated against on social media platforms. In May, the White House launched a tool to allow users to report if they felt they had been censored on websites such as Facebook and Twitter.Because no stakeholders from the social media companies being criticized were invited to the event, it amounts to “more of a press conference than a summit”, said Joan Donovan, the director of the Technology and Social Change Research Project at Harvard’s Shorenstein Center.“Ultimately what is going on here is we are seeing a new form of adversarial media take shape,” she said. “Many of the people who are attending are avowedly partisan, and by banding together they are going to say they should be allowed to remain on platforms even if they break the terms of service.”Trump has repeatedly claimed, without evidence, that policies on major social media platforms and websites such as Google discriminate against conservatives. In May, the president tweeted support of far-right figures banned from Facebook and said he was “monitoring and watching, closely!!” In June, he tweeted that Twitter should let conservatives back on the platform, saying: “It’s called Freedom of Speech, remember.” Senator Ted Cruz is holding a hearing next week centered on allegations that Google censors conservative voices. Facebook’s terms of service ban individuals and organizations that “promote or engage in violence and hate, regardless of ideology”, which the company cited when it removed a number of rightwing pundits in May. Twitter’s terms of service prohibit “hateful conduct”, including threats or harassment on the basis of race, sexual orientation, gender or religion. It also bans “threats, glorifications of violence, bullying, targeted harassment and the incitement of others to harass”.Social justice groups have warned the summit on Thursday could call attention away from these rules and intimidate technology companies into allowing hate speech on their platforms. Muslim Advocates said it is encouraging social media platforms to ignore the summit on Thursday and instead focus on their content moderation strategies.“Enforcing basic standards of decency on social media isn’t censoring conservative speech. After all, countless conservatives continue to use these platforms without spreading bigotry,” the group said.The group is asking people to sign a petition calling on social media companies to ban hate speech. Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)Each of you is fulfilling a vital role in our nation – you are challenging the media gatekeepers and the corporate censors to bring the facts straight to the American People. Together, you reach more people than any television broadcast, BY FAR! #SocialMediaSummit 12, 2019 Trump applauds far-right provocateurs during ‘social media summit’ Share on Twitter Twitter shares surge as Trump accuses it of ‘political games’last_img read more