This past week, The Chris Robinson Brotherhood kicked off their extensive fall tour with a string of shows across the South. The tour started off with a two-night stand at the Variety Playhouse in Atlanta, Georgia on Thursday and Friday before the group hit Macon, Georgia, on September 16th and New Orleans last night. During the group’s second night at the Variety Playhouse, the band was in proper form, playing a characteristic mix of covers and originals, including from their recently released album, Barefoot In The Head. During Friday’s performance, one of the highlights of the evening was The Chris Robinson Brotherhood’s debut of “Only Daddy That’ll Walk The Line”, a cover written by Jimmy Bryant and made popular by Waylon Jennings in 1968.EXCLUSIVE: Betty Cantor-Jackson Rekindles Her Love Of Taping Through The Chris Robinson BrotherhoodAhead of their fall tour that kicked off on September 14th, The Chris Robinson Brotherhood also appeared on PBS’ beloved bluegrass program, Bluegrass Underground. The show is recorded in the Volcano Room of the Cumberland Caverns in McMinnville, Tennessee, and the Brotherhood’s segment was recorded back in March. Like the majority of their touring this year, the program served as promotion Barefoot In The Head, with the group opening their Bluegrass Underground set with “Behold The Seer” off their latest album—at the time, it was the live debut of the tune, though now the number has become a staple of their recent live shows. After moving through “Shadow Cosmos” and another live debut, this time of “Good To Know” also off Barefoot In The Head, the band wrapped up their mini television appearance with the fan-favorite “Rosalee.”Bluegrass Underground Finds Permanent Home In Monteagle’s CavernsYou can watch The Chris Robinson Brotherhood’s segment on Bluegrass Underground below, plus check out a gallery of photos from the second night of their Variety Playhouse run over the weekend, courtesy of Emily Butler. Setlist: The Chris Robinson Brotherhood | Variety Playhouse | Atlanta, GA | 9/15/2017 Set One: Lazy Days (The Byrds cover), High Is Not the Top, Reflections on a Broken Mirror, Only Daddy That’ll Walk the Line, (Waylon Jennings cover), Star or Stone, Clear Blue Sky & The Good Doctor (sans ‘The Good Doctor’ verse), Rosalee, Hello L.A. Bye Bye Birmingham (Delaney Bramlett cover)Set Two: Behold the Seer, Hark The Herald Hermit Speaks, She Shares My Blanket, Forever as the Moon, Little Lizzie Mae, Little by Little (Junior Wells cover), Good to Know Narcissus Soaking Wet, I Ain’t HidingEncore: Bye and Bye (Charles Albert Tindley cover) Load remaining images Photo: Emily Butler The Chris Robinson Brotherhood | Variety Playhouse | Atlanta, GA | 9/15/2017 | Emily Butler
Jack White has announced he will release a concert film/live EP, Jack White: Kneeling At The Anthem D.C., due out Friday, September 21st, exclusively via Amazon.The film, directed by Emmett Malloy, documents Jack White’s May 30th performance at The Anthem in Washington, D.C., in addition to featuring footage from a surprise performance Jack White gave at Washington D.C.’s Woodrow Wilson High School between gigs at The Anthem. Malloy is no stranger to White, having worked with him in the past on The White Stripes‘ 2009 documentary, Under The Great White Northern Lights.In addition, a six-song Amazon Music will release a live EP with highlights from White’s Washington, D.C. performance will also be released on September 21st as part of their new Amazon Original push. Check out the track listing below and listen to “Connected By Love”.There will be a special theatrical premiere screening at Los Angeles’ Ace Hotel on Tuesday, September 18th. More information on the special screening is available here.Watch a trailer for Jack White: Kneeling At The Anthem D.C., below:Jack White: Kneeling At The Anthem D.C. – Trailer[Video: Jack White]Jack White – “Connected By Love” Jack White: Kneeling At The Anthem D.C. Track List1. Corporation (Live)2. Over and Over and Over (Live)3. Blunderbuss (Live)4. Ice Station Zebra (Live)5. Connected By Love (Live)6. Icky Thump (Live)View Track ListJack White has a busy fall ahead of him, opening a brief U.S. tour in Shreveport, LA, with additional shows on September 17th at Tulsa, Oklahoma’s OneOK Field; September 18th at Lubbock, Texas’ Lonestar Amphitheater; and September 19th at El Paso, Texas’ El Paso County Coliseum. As for the rest of Jack White’s tour, the rock star will round out his September with festival appearances at Las Vegas’ iHeartRadio Music Festival and Franklin, Tennessee’s Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival. The rest of 2018 will see White touring Europe, with dates in Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, and the United Kingdom.For ticketing and more information, head to Jack White’s website.Jack White 2018 Upcoming Tour Dates:September 15: Municipal Auditorium – Shreveport, LASeptember 17: OneOK Field – Tulsa, OKSeptember 18: Lonestar Amphitheater – Lubbock, TXSeptember 19: El Paso County Coliseum – El Paso, TXSeptember 21: Las Vegas, NV – iHeartRadio Music Festival *September 22: Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival – Franklin, TN *October 1: Adrenaline Stadium – Moscow, RussiaOctober 3: Palladium Riga – Riga, Latvia (SOLD OUT)October 4: Siemens Arena – Vilnius, LithuaniaOctober 6: Gdynia Arena – Gdynia, PolandOctober 7: MTP2 – Poznan, PolandOctober 9: Torwar – Warsaw, PolandOctober 10: Tauron Arena Kraków – Kraków, PolandOctober 12: Verti Music Hall – Berlin, GermanyOctober 13: Zenith – Munich, GermanyOctober 14: Warsteiner Music Hall – Dortmund, GermanyOctober 16: Brighton Centre – Brighton, UKOctober 17: Birmingham Academy – Birmingham, UKOctober 18: Hull Venue – Hull, UKOctober 20: Liverpool Space By Echo Arena – Liverpool, UKOctober 21: Usher Hall – Edinburgh, UKNovember 2: Rogers Place – Edmonton, CanadaNovember 3: Stampede Corral Arena – Calgary, CanadaNovember 5: Brandt Centre – Regina, CanadaNovember 6: Bell MTS Place – Winnipeg, CanadaNovember 8: Budweiser Gardens – London, CanadaNovember 9: The Arena at TD Place – Ottawa, CanadaNovember 10: Place Bell – Laval, CanadaNovember 12: Videotron Centre – Quebec, CanadaNovember 13: Moncton Events Centre – Moncton, CanadaNovember 14: Scotiabank Centre – Halifax, Canada* FESTIVAL PERFORMANCEView All Tour Dates[H/T Consequence of Sound]
The number of units in Bulimba has increased in the last two years, and there is more on the way.“And there is always the option to go further out to get cheaper rent,” she said.Increasing supply is a big cause of the drop, and in Bulimba the number of units has increased to 1525 from 1454 two years ago.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market18 hours ago“And directly across the road from me they are building another big unit complex,” Ms Knight said.The increase in supply was modest compared to some suburbs such as Newstead where the number of units increased from 1050 to 1871 in the same period.Business development manager at Place — Bulimba Lisa Perruzza said the cheaper rents had not changed the character of the suburb. Stock has increased across many inner-Brisbane suburbs.“It’s always been a popular suburb for its schools, and great restaurants,” Ms Perruzza said.While it may be a renter’s market, the drops had hit investors hard, according to Propertyology’s Simon Pressley.“The softening of rents in Brisbane is not new unfortunately,” Mr Pressley said.“It has been progressively unfolding for three odd years, and the main cause of it is way too many apartments.” Fears of a market oversupply of units has seen rents fall.Rents for houses had also taken a dive across many popular Brisbane suburbs over the past two years.The median rental price in West End was $550 in March, down from $605 at the same time two years ago, despite the number of houses not changing greatly.“If you have too many of any dwelling type it can often have a knock-on effect to all dwelling types,” Mr Pressley said.“Someone may want to rent a house then they realise they can get something close to town in a modern apartment.” Real Estate — Zoe Knight and her partner Luke Leaman and dog Daisy have benefited from Bulimba’s falling rents. Pic Mark Cranitch.Tenants are the big winners of the apartment building boom as median rents across many popular suburbs go backwards.Figures from CoreLogic reveal that tenants across a number of trendy riverfront and inner-city suburbs are actually paying less than two years ago.Weekly median rents in Newstead, Bulimba, Milton and Fortitude Valley have all dropped by between 9 per cent and 10.6 per cent over two years.Bulimba renter Zoe Knight rents a two-bedroom unit with her partner Luke Leaman, and together they pay the exact median for their neighbourhood, $450 a week.With the median rent having dropped from $495 just two years ago, and with her two-bedroom apartment a quick walk from dozens of shops and cafes, she thinks they get pretty good bang for their buck.“It is such an amazing suburb,” Ms Knight said. When she compared what she paid with a friend from Sydney, who paid $675 for a one-bedroom apartment in Bondi, she said Brisbane currently was pretty good for renters.
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