[Photo: Cecile Fusco; H/T Austin Chronicle] Bassist George Reiff passed away in Houston on Sunday, with the news permeating across Austin, Texas, and throughout the music community at large. Reiff was diagnosed with lung cancer a year ago and eventually succumb to the disease over the weekend at the age of 56. Reiff was a fixture both within the local Austin music scene and international music community, spending time on the road with Tedeschi Trucks Band, Joe Walsh, and Chris Robinson, among others. He had also shared the stage with drummers like Ringo Starr and Levon Helm to lock down the rhythm section. In addition to his frequent appearances locally and with touring bands, Reiff operated a recording studio, which saw him frequently collaborate with acts like Ray Wylie Hubband and Band of Heathens.Tedeschi Trucks Band Teams With Craft For Causes To Create Special Brews Benefiting CharityTo honor the life of the late and great bassist, you can watch Reiff perform “Angel from Montgomery” into “Sugaree” with Tedeschi Trucks Band at the Sunshine Blues Festival in Boca Raton, Florida, courtesy of TTBFromTheRoad.
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.
The Baggies are up for sale with Peace looking to strike a deal before July to ensure a takeover does not drag out and harm their summer plans. Albion host Chelsea on Monday with safety assured in the Barclays Premier League. Boss Tony Pulis has praised West Brom chairman Jeremy Peace ahead of what could be the owner’s final game at The Hawthorns. Press Association And Pulis believes Peace deserves credit with the Baggies set for a sixth straight top-flight season. “He’s a massive supporter of the club and he’s a local lad. I’ve only been here five or six months but he’s done a fantastic job,” he said. “The infrastructure of this club and the financial place it’s in is pretty remarkable. “He’s done a wonderful job and I don’t think anybody can criticise him. “If you look at the stadium, which is fantastic, the training facilities, which are first class, the training set-up and what he’s done down at the ground, he’s put all of that in place. “He hasn’t just thought about what’s happening on the pitch and wasted money on players. “He’s actually invested in the infrastructure and he deserves a hell of a lot of credit, whether he stays or goes. “He’s run this club the way clubs should be run.” Peace is understood to want between £150million and £200million for the club and Pulis knows the Baggies need investment if they want to progress. He added: “Everybody understands the pressure that’s on now, especially from clubs in the Premier League, to spend more, to invest more and everybody wants to be in the Premier League. “It’s become such a financially driven league. “I think the chairman is looking at it and thinking he might need some help or there might be somebody out there who’s got that money to help West Brom push on again.”
Celtic and Man City served-up a thrilling Champions League tie last night at Parkhead.It finished 3-all in Glasgow after an end-to-end tie that saw Celtic take the lead three times – only to be pegged-back on each occasion.City manager Brendan Rodgers says he thinks they should have won. Meanwhile, Arsenal cruised to a 2-0 win over FC Basel at the Emirates.Theo Walcott scored both of the goals for the Gunners.Manchester United and Southampton are also among the clubs in action in the Europa League tonight.