Dead & Company, the newest group featuring members of the Grateful Dead, made their debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night. The group performed at the show’s outdoor space, playing a set that featured a bounty of Dead classics. In total, the band played five songs: “Bertha,” “Scarlet Begonias,” “Fire On The Mountain,” “Althea” and “Not Fade Away.”While only “Bertha” aired during the program, Kimmel has released four of the five songs for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy! The only one they didn’t share, for whatever reason, is “Althea.” Watch some fan-shot footage of the classic, courtesy of Ed Congdon: It was so nice to see these guys back in action! Dead & Company’s tour kicks off in one month, beginning in Charlotte, NC before hitting Bonnaroo and venues nationwide. You can see the tour schedule here.Setlist: Dead & Company at Jimmy Kimmel Live, Los Angeles, CA – 5/10/16Set: Bertha, Scarlet Begonias > Fire On The Mountain, Althea, Not Fade Away
Load remaining images Bloomington, Indiana’s own The Main Squeeze came to Boulder, Colorado to celebrate the release of their new album Without A Sound. The band came strapped with new tricks, ultimately throwing down one of the most energetically lifting shows of 2017 at the Fox Theatre to date.The Fox was packed shoulder-to-shoulder on this snowy Friday night to seek out the hype about what is undoubtedly one of the most talked-about, up-and-coming bands in the scene right now. Right out of the starting gates, the band played “One,” “Sweat,” and “405” off the just-released Without A Sound, and the one-two-punch got the nearly packed-to-capacity crowd attentively on their feet.Read More About Without A Sound In This Exclusive Interview With Guitarist Max NewmanAfter giving us a sweet taste of their newest material, the band hopped into Main Squeeze classics “Ebaneezer,” “I’ll Take Another,” “WWC,” and “Dr. Funk,” then brilliantly decided to close the set with two more new tunes, “Get At Me” and “Only Time.” Lead singer Corey Frye’s vocals and lyrics provided such a soulful and powerful structure to work with, while guitarist Max Newman took full advantage of this strength by absolutely annihilating his guitar solos.Along with keyboardist Ben “Smiley” Silverstein, bassist Rob Walker, and the man on the skins Reuben Gingrich, the Main Squeeze walked back out onto the stage for an unexpected and extended encore.Before returning to the music, the band made sure to thank all of their Madison House management (based in Boulder), old friends, new friends, family, recording extraordinaire, crew, and “every single person who has came out and shown this band from a small town in Indiana more love than we could ever imagine.” Corey Frye was speechless to the crowd’s overwhelming response, and took a minute to soak it in, with his jaw dropped to the mic-stand. The band’s heavy-hitters “Love Yourself Somebody” and “Return of the Mack” were executed perfectly to end a night that will go down in Main Squeeze history.Check out the full gallery below.Setlist: Main Squeeze | Fox Theatre Album Release Party | Boulder, CO | 4/28/2017Set: One>Sweat, 405>Spirits>Angelus> Ebaneezer, Miss That Feelin, In a Funk, Rule the World, I’ll Take Another, WWC, Dr. Funk>Get At Me, Only TimeE:: Love Yourself Somebody>Return of the Mack
This renovator’s delight at 47 Pinecroft Street, Camp Hill, sold at auction for just under $1 million. Picture: realestate.com.auMarketing agent Cameron Woods of LJ Hooker said the property had attracted interest from young and growing families in the area looking to upsize.“810 sqm blocks are very hard to get in this area,” he said. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE Camp Hill is 5km from Brisbane’s CBD and has a median house price of $855,000, according to the latest CoreLogic figures.Nearly 250 houses were sold in the suburb in the 12 months to the end of March. This renovator’s delight at 47 Pinecroft Street, Camp Hill, sold for nearly $1 million at auction. Picture: realestate.com.auA RENOVATOR’S delight on Brisbane’s southside has sold under the hammer for just shy of $1 million.A three-bedroom, pre-war home at 47 Pinecroft Street, Camp Hill, fetched $992,000 — setting a new record in the tightly held street. The home had been held by the same owner for nearly 40 years. The kitchen inside 47 Pinecroft Street, Camp Hill. Picture: realestate.com.auSix bidders battled it out, with the starting bid of $700,000 soon climbing to $960,000 before stalling at $980,000.In the end, it sold to a phone bidder.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor3 hours ago DEVELOPERS NEED TO RETHINK STRATEGY RINEHART RENTS OUT RIVERSIDE PAD 1936 ART DECO BUILDING FOR SALE The house is on a double block spanning 810 sqm and close to the suburb’s cafe and shopping precinct and good schools.It needs some serious TLC, but big blocks in the popular suburb are hard to come by.
RelatedNew Manager Announces First Squad Ahead Of France FriendlyOctober 11, 2017In “Features”Nigerian-Born Player To Give Evidence On English FA At An InquiryOctober 4, 2017In “England”Everton New Owners Wants Diego SimeoneNovember 8, 2017In “Europe” England women U-19 coach, Mo Marley, is set to be appointed as the interim manager for the Three Lionesses of England on Friday as replacement for the sacked Mark Sampson.Marley, a former captain for both England and Everton, will oversee the team’s next three games. The matches include next month’s friendly with France and the World Cup qualifiers against Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kazakhstan in November.50-year old Marley had earlier assisted former England manager Hope Powell and also previously had a spell as Everton Ladies coach.Immediate past manager Mark Sampson paid the ultimate price with his job after he was dismissed on September 20 following the emergence of evidence that showed “inappropriate and unacceptable” behaviour with female players in a former role.