Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds Close Out Mexico Event With Bust Outs Galore

first_imgThough 2017 is an off year for the Dave Matthews Band, its two leading guitarists – Dave Matthews and Time Reynolds – will sure be keeping busy. The duo just wrapped up a three night destination event at the Riviera Maya in Mexico, where they’ve contributed acoustic sets with big bust outs, debuts, and more for each night.Night three was no exception, with Dave & Tim bringing out songs that hadn’t been in their duo repertoire since the 90’s! Through a twenty song set and a double encore, the duo kept the fans in awe with great performances all night long. The show included so many bust outs for a Dave & Tim show, including “The Song That Jane Likes” (first since 3/14/99), “Raven” (7/15/12), “Dive In” (11/18/11) and more! They also played “You Might Die Trying” for the first time as a duo, and welcomed South African guitarist Vusi Mahlasela for the debut performance of a song called “Mother of Africa” as well.There were also plenty of Dave classics to go around, including “Gravedigger,” “#41,” “Typical Situation,” and “Tripping Billies,” the latter of which ended a Dave & Tim set for the first time since 1999. They would return for two encores, including a grand finale of “Stay (Wasting Time),” which was also the song’s first encore appearance at a Dave & Tim show ever! After all these years, it’s certainly inspiring to see Dave Matthews trying new things, and completely rocking them in the process.Check out a video of “Gravedigger” below, courtesy of 2002chow.You can see the show’s full setlist below, as annotated by DMB Almanac.Setlist: Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds | Riviera Maya, Mexico | 2/25/17Set: Little Thing, Funny the Way It Is, The Song That Jane Likes, You Might Die Trying, Too Much, Where Are You Going, Raven, Dive In, Manfood, Gravedigger, Spaceman, Death on the High Seas, #41, Mother of Africa*, Everyday*, Squirm, Wing It, Help Myself, Typical Situation, Tripping BilliesEncore 1: Rye Whiskey, All Along The WatchtowerEncore 2: So Much to Say, Stay (Wasting Time)First time The Song That Jane Likes has been played by Dave & Tim since 3.14.99.First time Raven has been played by Dave & Tim since 7.15.12.First time Dive In has been played by Dave & Tim since 11.18.11.First time Help Myself has been played since 6.29.13 and first time by Dave & Tim since 12.9.10.First time Tripping Billies has been played as a closer at a Dave & Tim show since 1.20.99.First time Stay (Wasting Time) has been by Dave & Tim since 3.13.99 and first ever time in the encore at a Dave & Tim show.First time You Might Die Trying has been played by Dave & TimeFirst time Mother of Africa has been played ever* = with Vusi Mahlaselalast_img read more

Mass honors firefighters, police

first_imgBy CATHERINE OWERS News Writer University President Fr. John Jenkins celebrated a Blue Mass at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart on Thursday in honor of firefighters and police officers.  The Blue Mass honors not only Notre Dame Security Police and Notre Dame Fire Department, but also personnel from local and nationwide departments, fire chief Bruce Harrison said.  “Notre Dame Security Police and the Notre Dame Fire Department are the hosts and represent the University, and then [they] encourage anyone who wants to participate to come,” Harrison said. “Particularly [police and fire personnel] in the region – St. Joseph County and beyond – we try to invite in.” Harrison said the Mass especially honored police officers and firefighters who have passed away in the last year, both in the line of duty and after their retirement.  “We like to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice, as well as the passing of all the retirees in our ‘family,’ so to speak,” he said. According to the Notre Dame Fire Department website, the Blue Mass is named for the color of uniforms that many police officers and firefighters nationwide wear. The Mass was first celebrated at Notre Dame as the traditional ‘month’s mind’ Mass for victims of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. The Blue Mass continues for them and for the police officers, firefighters and rescue workers who have died while serving and protecting others.  The guest speaker at this year’s Blue Mass, George Hernandez, is a firefighter from the Los Angeles County Fire Department and was a member of the United States Forest Service as a hotshot firefighter, Harrison said. He said hotshot firefighters gained recognition last summer when 19 members of an elite group in Arizona died. “They were out trying to protect property and got caught in what they call a burn-over,” Harrison said. “The number of loss of life is particularly astounding.”That was a very tragic event for our wildlife community. And see how quickly it has lost focus” “We like to think that since we are common in cause, we provide an opportunity to remember [the hotshot crew] and understand the hardships their families are going through without them.” Harrison said he hopeseNotre Dame will continue to host an annual Blue Mass.  “It is a somber occasion, but it is meaningful to try and capture that spirit of remembrance, and I think that this is what it’s all about,” he said. Contact Catherine Owers at cowers@nd.edulast_img read more

The mobile front door to your credit union

first_img 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Implementing on-the-go banking can serve your members–and your CU.by: Brooke StrohmanHave you ever left home without your phone? The fact that it is normally in use makes that hard to do, but when it happens, do you feel an overwhelming rush to turn around and go get it?Mobile devices, including smartphones, have become a staple in everyday activities. According to Flurry Analytics, in 2014, overall app usage grew by 76 percent and time spent on mobile devices grew by 9.3 percent. In fact, last year the average person spent almost three hours a day on their mobile device.Where years past have seen massive growth in games and entertainment, according to Flurry, 2014 was the year apps got down to serious business. The biggest increase in usage was for utilities and productivity apps. These apps help keep lives organized; they help with on-the-go shopping, working, and communication. This confirms that phones and tablets have become indispensable devices that help us work and keep our lives organized.So, out of those three hours a day, how much time did you connect with your members and prospective borrowers via mobile devices? continue reading »last_img read more

Navy FCU sails past asset record

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr For the first time in world history, a credit union has surpassed $100 billion in assets—and it continues to grow at a record pace.In the process, Navy Federal Credit Union has also entered the “Too Big To Fail” category, according to one economist.Navy Federal has for decades been a statistical outlier in the U.S. credit union community, and recent years have only seen it continue to sail far ahead of the rest of the CU fleet. Indeed, Navy FCU’s net income during just the first quarter of this year alone exceeded the individual assets of more than 85% of all U.S credit unions.As of March 31, Navy FCU reported it now has $103.2 billion in assets, up from the nearly $97 billion in assets reported at year-end 2018. continue reading »last_img read more

Relocating Sydneysider snaps up bayside beauty

first_imgThe kitchen at 14a Palmtree Ave, ScarboroughMr Cattanach said having a sole bidder at the auction was not indicative of the interest in the home. “We had about 35 groups come through the property and there were other buyers, but they weren’t in the position to bid at auction,” he said. “There is not a lot available in Scarborough at the moment so people are waiting for quality listings in the area.“That’s why we had so many groups come through Palmtree Ave in two weeks. “Properties that are listed predominantly sell within two to three weeks.” The Scarborough-based agent said buyers were looking for blocks of 500-600sq m. “Most buyers aren’t interested in anything that would require too much work,” he said. The home at 14a Palmtree Ave, Scarborough sold under the hammerONE bidder was all it took for a renovated home in Scarborough to sell last weekend. The property at 14a Palmtree Ave went under the hammer on February 11 and sold for $690,000. Forty20 Property marketing agent Trent Cattanach said a group of about 20 people attended the auction, despite the heat. The open-plan living area at 14a Palmtree Ave, Scarborough“We had one registered bidder,” he said. “Bidding started at $650,000 and progressed from there. More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019“The vendors were happy with the result, having already bought a home in Brighton. “And the new owners were pretty happy as well. “They’re from Sydney and are moving to Scarborough to be closer to their adult children.” last_img read more