Umphrey’s McGee Goes Acoustic For Beautiful ‘Southern Cross’ Cover [HD Video Premiere]

first_imgJust recently, Umphrey’s McGee revealed a new live video release of their coveted 2015 New Years run at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA. UM pulled out all the stops on the five night run, including a bath robe-laden encore, bringing in some horns, and the debut acoustic cover of the Crosby Stills and Nash hit, “Southern Cross,” to close out a rockin’ first set.Umphrey’s McGee’s Mammoth Five-Night NYE Run at The Tabernacle In AtlantaPlayed for the first time ever, both Brendan Bayliss and Jake Cinninger donned acoustic guitars for the momentuous performance. Unsurprisingly, the band absolutely nailed the cover, mastering the challenging harmonies and making it look easy in the process.Watch this debut performance from the band’s January 2nd, 2015 performance below, exclusively via L4LM:If you want to relive this whole extended run, head to TourGigs to find out more information about purchasing the DVD/Blu-Ray/digital release!Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee at The Tabernacle, Atlanta, GA – 1/2/15Set 1: You Got the Wrong Guy > Higgins, Der Bluten Kat > The Message > Der Bluten Kat, 2×2[1], Uncle Wally[2], Nemo[2] > Sweetness[2] > Nemo[2], Southern Cross[3]Set 2: Hurt Bird Bath[4] -> Upward > Hurt Bird Bath, Push the Pig > The Fussy Dutchman, Conduit, In the Flesh[5] > Another Brick in the Wall[5], Mail PackageEncore: Glory, Slacker[6][1] with (I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life (Medley/Warnes) teases[2] with Brendan and Jake on acoustics[3] debut, Crosby Stills & Nash; with Brendan and Jake on acoustics[4] with Baker Street (Gerry Rafferty) tease[5] with Dave Murphy replacing Ryan on bass[6] with Jake on keys; with The Message (Grandmaster Flash) jamNotes:the band came out wearing robes for the encorelast_img read more

Gophers go head-to-head with one of Big Ten’s best

first_img“Our team this year is really good,” Spec said. “As our coaches always say, if we all bring 110 percent, a lot of good stuff can happen. We just have to go there and do everything possible in order to get the results that we want.” Freshman Matic Spec said he thinks his team has a chance to increase the Buckeyes’ conference losing streak to two. After playing the Buckeyes on Friday, the Gophers will travel to Pennsylvania to take on the Nittany Lions on Sunday. Gophers go head-to-head with one of Big Ten’s best Danny ChenApril 2, 2015Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintThe Gophers will look to extend their time atop the Big Ten this weekend against two conference opponents while on the road. After losing two consecutive Big Ten matches, Penn State is now 1-4 in conference play, while the Gophers have won their last four matches. No. 29 Minnesota is tied with Illinois for first in the conference standings and will take on No. 11 Ohio State and No. 49 Penn State over the weekend. Home or away, the Gophers try not to play differently, Young said.  But Young said he’s not thinking about his team’s road record this weekend. “We mostly count our wins together,” Spec said. “We talked, and we realized that we have 48 wins together, which is pretty solid.” “Our team has to make sure that we stay in our game and keep believing in ourselves in tough moments,” he said. “If we do that, it doesn’t matter where we play.” Individually, Spec has won seven of his last eight matches. One match was unfinished. The Gophers’ winning streak will be tested on their road trip. The team boasts a 10-0 record at home but is only 2-4 on the road. Minnesota faced tough competition away from home this season, with each of its losses coming to teams ranked in the top 25. “We [have] to focus on our strengths,” junior Ruben Weber said. “I think we have an even better chance to beat them because we are on a roll right now.” Spec is tied with freshman Felix Corwin for the most singles wins on the team this season at 24. “They’re very good, especially at home,” head coach Geoff Young said. “And I think our guys will be very motivated to battle and ready for a great challenge.” The Buckeyes are second in the Big Ten with a 4-1 record, and they just lost their first conference match since 2005 to Illinois. The two freshmen will need to make an impact for the team in its match against one of the nation’s best.last_img read more

Big Deals: Industrial, Dec. 2013 to Jan. 2014

first_imgThere’s no such thing as a “small” deal in this industry, coming out of a recession. However, it’s the big deals, and the brokers who make them, that make the market an interesting one to watch. In every issue, AZRE publishes the top five notable sales and leases for a period of 60 days (one month out from publication) based on research compiled by Cassidy Turley and Colliers International with CoStar.Top 5 Notable Leases and Sales (December 1, 2013 to January 31, 2014) Source: Cassidy Turley Research Department, Colliers International and CoStar.Industrial Sales1. Warner Business Center, Tempe319,389 SF; $40MBuyer: Voit Real Estate ServicesSeller: ViaWest GroupListing Brokers: Tom Richards, Voit2. 7200 W. Buckeye Rd., Phoenix 400KSF; $26.25MBuyer: UBS Realty Investors, LLCSeller: Sealy & CompanyListing Brokerage: Jones Lang LaSalle3. Tempe Commerce Center, Tempe177,848 SF; $11.8MBuyer: Presson CorporationSeller: Kieckhefer CompanyListing Brokerage: Cassidy Turley4. San Tan Tech Center, Tempe129,187 SF; $9.6MBuyer: ViaWest Properties LLCSeller: Capital Commercial Investments, Inc.Listing Brokerage: CBRE5. T-Mobile Building44,244 SF; $8.5MBuyer: El Dorado Holdings, Inc.Seller: Bixby Land CompanyListing Brokerage: CBREIndustrial Leases1. 1150 N. Fiesta Blvd., Gilbert83,825 SFLandlord: LBA RealtyTentant: Curtiss WrightLandlord Broker: Mark Krison, CBRETenant Brokerage: Mohr Partners2. 4025 S. 32nd St., Phoenix80K SFLandlord: Douglas Allred CompanyTentant: Asurion CorporationLandlord Brokerage: Cushman & WakefieldTenant Brokerage: CBRE3. 5107 N. 51st Ave., Glendale40,106 SFLandlord: Harrison PropertiesTentant: Avanti IndustriesLandlord Brokerage: Harrison PropertiesTenant Brokerage: Cassidy Turley4. Glen Harbor Business Park, Glendale40,081 SFLandlord: Jack Berg Family LPTentant: Ettico ConstructionLandlord Brokerage: Lee & AssociatesTenant Brokerage: Lee & Associates5. Avondale Commerce Center – Phase I, Avondale39,399 SFLandlord: CapitalSource BankTentant: AmwareLandlord Brokerage: Cassidy TurleyTenant Brokerage: Sperry Van Ness1150 N. Fiesta Blvd., Gilbertlast_img read more