On Tuesday night, The Rolling Stones continued their No Filter tour, performing the first of two shows at London’s London Stadium. The iconic rock act will return to the stadium on May 25th before truly digging into their upcoming European tour that spans until July 8th. After this leg of the No Filter tour kicked off in Dublin on May 17th, The Rolling Stones were primed for the performance, offering up a couple surprises for the audience, the biggest of which was a bust out of the Stones’ ballad “Fool To Cry” for the first time since 1999.While this leg of The Rolling Stones’ No Filter tour is relatively new, the tour itself is a continuation of last fall’s inaugural leg, which saw the band perform across Europe from early September through late October. Unlike past performances from the No Filter tour, which saw the rock legends open with their classic hit “Sympathy For The Devil”, for their first night in their hometown of London, the group opened with “Steet Fighting Man”, a tune of 1968’s Beggars Banquet. As noted by JamBase, other change-ups in the fairly solidified tour setlist included an early rendition of “It’s Only Rock & Roll (But I Like It)” and a take on “Under My Thumb”, a tune voted on by fans in an internet poll that won out over other tracks like “Let’s Spend The Night Together”, “Rocks Off”, and “Bitch”.However, the band’s surprise rendition of “Under My Thumb” was the pinnacle of the night, marking the first time the song had been played live in almost 20 years. The tune, which appears on The Rolling Stones’ 1976 album Black And Blue, had last rolled out the ballad live during a show on March 17th, 1999, in Philadelphia. However, the tune’s appearance on the setlist was made all the more special given that the “Fool To Cry” has been rarely played by the iconic group in the years since 1976, when it was a staple in The Rolling Stones’ tour promoting Black And Blue.You can watch The Rolling Stones’ bust out “Fool To Cry” live for the first time since 1999 below.The Rolling Stones – “Fool To Cry” – London Stadium [Video: dnewton98][H/T JamBase]
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The master bedroom has balcony access.Residents can also access a lifestyle centre with swimming pools, gym, tennis courts and a cafe.The Rochedale home is close Redeemer College and is in the Mansfield State High School catchment. It is also minutes from the soon to be built Rochedale Town Shopping Centre. The home is on the market for offers over $930,000. The home at 23 Platypus Cct, Rochedale is on the market for offers over $930,000THIS modern home in Rochedale comes with a host of extras including a three-hole putting green. The two-storey home at 23 Platypus Circuit has four bedrooms with built-in robes and a main bathroom with Caesarstone benchtop upstairs. The main bedroom has a walk-in robe with custom dresser, an ensuite with free standing bathtub and a balcony. The kitchen has quality appliances.The dining and living areas open to the covered alfresco space with timber decking and ceiling fans. The bedrooms are all upstairs along with a gallery space and a second living area. Outside, a putting green with three holes runs along the side of the house. Mr Yamada said the home also had bamboo flooring, high ceilings, ducted airconditioning, solar power and a water tank. The home comes with a putting green.First National Rochedale marketing agent Nick Yamada said the home was seamlessly designed and full of upgrades. “The property has a striking presentation with contemporary finishes throughout,” he said. The open plan kitchen, living area and dining space are on the ground floor along with a study nook, powder room and laundry. More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The kitchen has two pack cabinetry, soft close drawers, stone benches, AEG appliances including steam and pyrolytic ovens, and a butler’s pantry with sink and walk-in pantry.
Dennis Reed Perkins, 72, of Bennington, IN, passed away Wednesday, March 2, 2016 in Lawrenceburg, IN.He was born Saturday, April 10, 1943 in Pine Knot, Kentucky, son of the late Lewis Green Perkins and the late Mabel Z. Murphy Perkins Fitzpatrick.Dennis served his country as a member of the United States Marine Corps. Dennis was very proud of his military service with the marines, “Semper Fi”.He worked as a supervisor for General Electric, retiring after over 33 years of service.Dennis enjoyed woodworking, gardening and growing fruit trees. He loved the outdoors and his dog Delilah. He enjoyed fishing, “sci fi” movies, war movies, playing pool, spending time with his grandkids and especially giving his wife of 47 years a rough time.Surviving are his wife, Sally Perkins of Bennington, IN.; daughters, Wendy Perkins of Mason, OH, Ginger (Jon) Evans of Dillsboro, IN; sister, Shirley (Glenn) Ketron of Harrison, OH; grandchildren, Jacob Beach, Jobi Evans, Hoyt Evans and Sydney Gilbert.He was preceded in death by his parents and stepfather Edward H. Fitzpatrick.Memorial visitation will be held Tuesday, March 8, 2016 from 3:00-6:00 pm at the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, Aurora, Indiana.Contributions, in leiu of flowers, may be made to the Dennis Perkins Scholaraship Fund or Ohio County Life Squad. Please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
By Jerry MackeyFARLEY, Iowa (June 16) – Justin Kay was a double winner Friday at Farley Speedway.The Out-Pace Racing Products IMCA Late Models took the green with Nick Marolf blasting into the lead from his front row start. Marolf looked to be on cruise control as he rode the top side of extremely fast track but engine woes sidelined the leader as the race hit the midway point.Joel Callahan assumed the point only to have a spin as he worked lapped traffic force him to the rear. Justin then took over the point and went on to record the win. Tyler Bruening and Dan Shelliam completed the top three.The GSI Collision Specialists IMCA Modifieds provided another exciting feature. Matt Gansen took the race lead early, only to have the sixth starting Kay chase him down and make the winning pass on lap number 12 of the non-stop 20-lap main event. Gansen and Joel Callahan rounded out the top three.Troy Bauer snapped Tyler Soppe’s recent hot streak in the GSI Collision Specialists IMCA Northern SportMod 15-lap main event. Bauer took command early and went on to score a 10-car length win over Nick Coates with Soppe recording a third place finish.Phil Holtz continued his stronghold on the Bakey Seamless Gutters IMCA Stock Car division with his third consecutive feature win at Farley. Scotter Dulin and Tommy Thompson completed the top three.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Myanmar: One of India’s most consistent sportspersons, Pankaj Advani, on Sunday increased his tally of world titles to 22 by winning a fourth straight final in the 150-up format at the IBSF World Billiards Championship in Myanmar on Sunday. The 34-year-old has brought home a world trophy every year ever since returning from a professional stint in the UK in 2014. In the short format of billiards, this is Advani’s fifth title in the last six years. “It’s such a touch-and-go format and so unpredictable that winning this four years on the trot and five out of the last six is extremely special,” said the champion athlete.In a repeat of last year’s final against local favourite Nay Thway Oo, Advani re-enacted the one-sided match with the same eventual outcome as well as identical scorelines of 6-2. “This is the 150 points format in Billiards which is a shorter format and it is unpredictable because anybody can win on that particular day and to maintain consistency in this short format is an incredible feeling (after winning title) for last four years,” he told PTI.From the word go, Advani was in full flow. The gifted Indian was leading 3-0 at the halfway mark with the help of fluent breaks comprising of 145, 89 and 127, while Nay Thway Oo was yet to open his account. After pulling one back with breaks of 63 and 62, Oo was forced to watch Advani continue to extend the lead. He executed with flair as his sheer brilliance was on display, wowing the Myanmar crowd as they couldn’t help but appreciate his brilliant billiards. Advani secured the next two frames which included a 150 unfinished break. He scored a 74 break and shortly after that closed out the match. Oo was completely subdued by his accomplished opponent and had to settle for a silver medal for the second time in a row.Also Read | Pankaj Advani trounces Iran’s Amir Sarkhosh; clinches IBSF World Snooker ChampionshipWith another trophy in the bag, Advani extends his remarkable run of winning a global crown since 2003. The Bengaluru-based cueist has won more world titles in his sport than anyone else. Advani said winning trophies early in his career did wonders for his mindset. “Sport is psychological in nature and it helped that I started winning at an early age, and that instilled tremendous amount of self belief in me and I guess that is the reason why I have been able to win that much. I feel the opposition has been great and will be better in years to come with a lot more younger players coming, so to be able to maintain this position and repeat this feats is going to be a but then that’s what excites me and that is what the sport is all about,” he said. Also Read | IBSF World Billiards Championships: Pankaj Advani beats Mike Russell in grand finale to clinch 17th World titleOn winning a staggering 22nd world title, Advani added, “Every time I participate in a world championship, one thing is clear – my motivation to excel has not diminished. This win a testament to the fact that my hunger and fire are both well and truly alive.” Advani have to adjust to snooker in less than 24 hours as he competes in the IBSF World Six-Red Snooker and the World Team Snooker Championships. Results: Pankaj Advani (India) defeated Nay Thway Oo (Myanmar) 6-2150(145)-4, 151(89)-66, 150(127)-50(50), 7-150(63,62), 151(50)-69(50), 150(150)-0, 133(64)-150(105), 150(74)-75(63).