‘Austin City Limits’ Shares New Clips Of Willie Nelson’s Recent Performances Ahead Of Official Premiere [Watch]

first_imgWillie Nelson‘s recent performances on Austin City Limits are scheduled to debut on select PBS stations this Saturday, January 26th. The pre-filmed concerts to be aired in one episode marked Nelson’s 18th time appearing as a musical guest on the live entertainment series based out of Austin, Texas since he first performed on the show’s pilot episode back in October 1974. The upcoming episode will be Nelson’s first time playing the show in nearly a decade, and to build up to Saturday’s premiere, the Austin City Limits‘ producers have begun sharing clips from the soon-to-be-televised performance.Texas country music and Willie Nelson have been synonymous with one another ever since the pot-loving guitarist and songwriter returned to his home state following a brief failed stint as a songwriter and performer in Nashville in the early 1970s. The 85-year-old country music legend will look to take viewers through his Lonestar State journey during the upcoming episode, which will feature 18 songs performed with his Family Band. Saturday’s episode will include live renditions and audience sing-alongs of fan-favorites including “Whiskey River”, “Mamma’s Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys”, and “Always on My Mind”, just to name a few. The episode will presumably pull select performances from all three of Nelson’s shows at Austin’s Moody Theatre (where the show is filmed) last month on December 29th-31st.Related: ‘Austin City Limits’ Shares Pro-Shot Video Of Gary Clark Jr.’s “Night Time Is The Right Time” Fans can tune into some of the promotional clips shared by the show on Tuesday from the upcoming episode in the videos below.Willie Nelson – Austin City Limits – Promotional Trailer #1[Video: AustinCityLimitsTV]Willie Nelson – Austin City Limits – Promotional Trailer #2[Video: AustinCityLimitsTV]Rolling Stone also shared a longer promotional clip from the forthcoming episode on Wednesday, which showcases Nelson performing “Funny How Time Slips Away”.Recently, some of the biggest names in rock and country music including Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, Dave Matthews, and Alison Krauss, recently gathered at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena to honor Willie Nelson and his legacy. You can read more about the all-star tribute to Nelson here.last_img read more

Land values rise in Archerfield, Durack and Brisbane’s inner north

first_img as at 1/10/2018 1/10/2019 value median value value as at median properties 1. Archerfield $227,500 $275,000 20.9% 2252. Durack $235,000 $280,000 19.2% 18093. Kalinga $650,000 $750,000 15.4% 6214. Wooloowin $540,000 $620,000 14.8% 9395. Grange $640,000 $720,000 12.5% 14176. Fitzgibbon $250,000 $280,000 12% 20497. Wilston $690,000 $770,000 11.6% 11128. Inala $215,000 $237,500 10.5% 4775 9. Seventeen Mile Rocks $340,000 $375,000 10.3% 90110. Algester $340,000 $375,000 10.3% 2557(Source: Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy) Archerfield land values have increased by more than 20 per cent in one year. Picture: Darren England.LAND values have skyrocketed in some Brisbane suburbs with new figures revealing jumps of up to 20 per cent in a year.The best results were recorded in the outer suburbs, with Archerfield, 12km south of the CBD, leading the charge.It chalked up the biggest increase in value for the Brisbane area of 20.9 per cent over the past 12 months, with its median residential land value now $275,000.It was followed by Durack, where values went up by 19.2 per cent according to the latest Department of Natural Resources and Mines land valuation figures released today.The inner northern suburbs also recorded strong gains in land values of between 11 per cent and 16 per cent, with Kalinga’s median land value now sitting at $750,000 — $100,000 more than it was a year before. This property at 119 Nelson St, Kalinga, recently sold for $5.1m at auction. Land values in Kalinga have jumped $100,000 in one year. Picture: Ray White New Farm.Grange land values are up 12.5 per cent, while the median value of land in Wooloowin is now $620,000, compared to $540,000 a year ago.Land values dropped slightly in the Moreton Island localities of Bulwer, Cowan Cowan and Kooringal. Brisbane’s overall median land value has only increased by $5000, or 1.1 per cent, in the past year.Valuer-General Neil Bray said about 825,000 landowners would receive new valuations for their properties across the state from 9am today.“The analysis of residential sales data shows that Brisbane land is selling for similar prices that it was in the previous round of valuations, with a slight increase from $455,000 to $460,000,” Mr Bray said.“This means that the median value of residential land of 115 Brisbane suburbs has remained static, while the value of multi-unit residential land has increased slightly.”The valuations, which are used for local government rating, state land tax and state land rental purposes, take affect on June 30. This house at 90 Jean St, Grange, recently sold for $963,500. Land values in Grange have risen 12.5 per cent in one year.They take into consideration property sales since the last valuation, the impact of natural disasters, the state of the economy, the effects of the mining boom, planning and zoning changes, commodity prices and population growth.Mr Bray said the strong increases in land values for suburbs like Archerfield and Durack were a result of increased competition and affordability.He said the increases for the inner northern suburbs reflected a rising demand for well located suburbs.But Mr Bray said an increase in land values did not necessarily translate to increased rates.“Councils get access to the data about one month prior so they can start analysing the movements within land use groups,” he said.“It’s a question for local governments — it doesn’t necessarily translate.” This house at 30 Goodenia Cres, Seventeen Mile Rocks, is on the market for between $1.05m and $1.15m. Land values in the suburb rose more than 10 per cent in a year.Ray White Forest Lake principal Thanh Ngo said sale prices for homes in Durack and “definitely gone up” in the past year.Mr Ngo said the suburb’s access to the motorway and proximity to Brisbane’s CBD made it attractive to investors, while its affordability was appealing to first home buyers.“The houses aren’t as old as those in Inala (nearby) and they’re in better condition,” Mr Ngo said.Across the state, 15 of the 21 local government areas recorded increases in land values, with Winton, Mackay and Bundaberg the standouts.“There has been some strong growth in rural land, driven by stronger commodity prices in the beef and wool sectors,” Mr Bray said. Anyone wishing to object to their land valuations has until May 5.center_img Suburb Previous New median Change in Number of BIGGEST INCREASES IN RESIDENTIAL LAND VALUATIONS IN BRISBANE More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours agolast_img read more

Memorial Boxing Tournament to start on Saturday

first_imgSeventeenth International Memorial Boxing Tournament ‘Hakija Turajlić’ will be held on 18 and 19 May in organisation of Boxing Association of BiH and boxing club ‘Sarajevo’. Tournament will be held in Skenderija and 65 boxers from Qatar, Albania, England, Scotland and countries from the region will participate, reports Fena.Member of the Organising Committee Said Čolpa said that 10 boxers will represent BiH.Alija Turajlić, brother of deceased Hakija Turajlić thanked organisers for keeping the memory of his brother alive.Semi-final fights will be held on Saturday at 6 p.m. after the solemn opening of the tournament.last_img read more