Beloved jazz guitarist John Scofield has a new offering in the works! Titled Country For Old Men, the new release will see Scofield take a new approach and focus on more of a folk and country genre.Due out September 23rd via Verve/Impulse! Records, the new album will see Scofield cover legends like Merle Haggard, Dolly Parton, James Taylor and more. Steve Swallow, Larry Goldings and Bill Stewart round out the quartet that Scofield played with predominantly on the release.Scofield will tour in support of the album, performing in some major cities throughout September and October. Check out the full tour schedule below!John Scofield Fall Tour DatesSeptember 4 Chicago, IL—Chicago Jazz Fest*September 5 Detroit, MI—Detroit Jazz Fest^September 23 Boston, MA—Berklee Performance CenterSeptember 24 Ardmore, PA—Ardmore Music HallSeptember 25 Washington, DC—The Howard TheatreSeptember 27 New York, NY—The Blue NoteSeptember 28 New York, NY—The Blue NoteSeptember 29 New York, NY—The Blue NoteSeptember 30 New York, NY—The Blue NoteOctober 1 New York, NY—The Blue NoteOctober 2 New York, NY—The Blue NoteOctober 3 Indianapolis, IN—The Jazz Kitchen+October 4 Indianapolis, IN—The Jazz Kitchen+October 5 Evanston, IL—SPACE+October 6 Muncie, IN—Canan Commons+October 7 Bellefontaine, OH—The Holland Theatre+October 8 Cincinnati, OH—Live at The Ludlow Garage+(*) w/ Joe Lovano(^) w/ Brad Mehldau, Mark Guiliana(+) w/ Medeski, Swallow, StewartCountry For Old Men Tracklist1. Mr. Fool (Darrell Edwards / George Jones / Herbie Treece)2. I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry (Hank Williams)3. Bartender’s Blues (James Taylor)4. Wildwood Flower (Joseph Philbrick Webster)5. Wayfaring Stranger (Traditional)6. Mama Tried (Merle Haggard)7. Jolene (Dolly Parton)8. Faded Lov e (Bob Wills, John Lee Wills, Billy Jack Wills)9. Just A Girl I Used To Know (Jack Clement)10. Red River Valley (Traditional)11. You’re Still The One (Shania Twain / John Robert Lange)12. I’m An Old Cowhand (Johnny Mercer)
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York William Lindsay, presiding officer of Suffolk County Legislature, has died.Family and friends will pay their respects this weekend to William Lindsay (D-Holbrook), the Suffolk County Legislature presiding officer, who died earlier this week.The first service will be held at Raynor & D’Andrea Funeral Home Saturday from 2 to 6 p.m. Another will be held at the William H. Rogers Legislative Building in Hauppauge Sunday from 2 to 6 p.m.Lindsay, who was 67, died Wednesday at Stony Brook University Hospital around noon, his spokesman said. Lindsay had been battling cancer for about two years.His colleagues received the news shortly after he died. Many of them said Lindsay epitomized public service and had an unstoppable determination to get things done despite his battle with cancer.“Bill stands as a shining example of what all public officials should strive to become,” said Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone.Former county legislator Jon Cooper said Suffolk has never known a finer presiding officer.“He was a terrific legislator and I think the best presiding officer that we’ve had in the history of Suffolk County Legislature and I don’t say that lightly,” he said.The Holbrook Democrat was first elected presiding officer in 2006 and was re-elected every year since.Lindsay is survived by his wife, Pat, and three children. He also has four grandchildren.
Jill Warlow at the Bulimba property she renovated and is now selling. Image: AAP/Claudia Baxter.AS if life as a doctor and mother-of-five isn’t busy enough, somehow Jill Warlow finds the time to indulge in her other passion — home renovation.Her latest passion project in Bulimba is turning heads, even in a suburb already overflowing with restored Queenslander homes.Dr Warlow bought the house at 53 Harrison Street last year through a buyer’s agent who was aware of her love of old Queenslanders. RELATED: Fixer uppers prove hot for buyers BEFORE: The front of the house at 53 Harrison St, Bulimba, before the renovation. AFTER: The back of the house after the renovation.Wall-to-wall glass doors and louvred windows connect the lower level with a decked alfresco pavilion, long glass-framed swimming pool and large lawn.The biggest challenge during the renovation process was mother nature.It rained for two weeks after the hole for the pool had been dug out, and it actually collapsed at one point and had to be redug. “It is so well engineered now that it would not move,” Dr Warlow said. “He said; ‘Oh, Jill, this one’s a great one!’” Dr Warlow said. BEFORE: One of the bedrooms in the house at 53 Harrison St, Bulimba, before the renovation. AFTER: The main bathroom after the renovation.This was Dr Warlow’s sixth building and renovation project.“My grandfather was brought over from Scotland to plan and build Wellington Harbour years ago, so I’ve got this in my blood really,” she said.“I just love real estate. I love old properties.” BEFORE: The main bathroom in the house at 53 Harrison St, Bulimba, before the renovation. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus12 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours agoBEFORE: The back deck on the house at 53 Harrison St, Bulimba, before the renovation. AFTER: The back deck and outdoor entertaining area after the renovation.The original three-bedroom, one-bathroom house has been transformed into a five-bedroom, three-bathroom property.The property was actually in good condition as it was, but Dr Warlow has spared no expense in transforming into a large family home fusing the old with the new. MORE: River home fetches massive price AFTER: One of the bedrooms after the renovation.After recruiting a designer and builder, she set about raising the property and bringing the house forward to make room for a pool and a decent sized backyard, “because that’s what people want”.That required restumping the house and also replacing the roof.The lower level of the home is ultra-modern, with an open-plan living, dining and kitchen space, while the upper level honours the home’s rich history, with its restored VJ walls, decorative timberwork and stained-glass windows. BEFORE: The back of the house at 53 Harrison St, Bulimba, before the renovation. AFTER: The front of the house after the renovation.One inspection later and she knew it was the perfect property. “I’ve always loved the old Queenslanders and I’ve never destroyed a house ever,” Dr Warlow said.“I’m always excited when I get something I can lift and make beautiful and new.” BEFORE: The kitchen in the house at 53 Harrison St, Bulimba, before the renovation. AFTER: The kitchen after the renovation.Dr Warlow said she loved the finished product so much, she had considered keeping it for herself and moving in.Marketing agent Brenton Faehrmann of Place – Bulimba said many buyers were looking for Queenslander homes that had been fully renovated, so that they could reap the benefits of a character home without the maintenance.“If you buy a Queenslander that’s not renovated or hasn’t been for quite some time, there’s a lot of work in maintaining it,” Mr Faehrmann said.“A home like this offers all the benefits of a new home, but with the feel of a Queenslander.”The property is scheduled for auction on Saturday, June 29.RENO FACT CHECKTime taken: 10 months Total spend: $800,000