Survival in the SFR Market Requires Unorthodox Acquisition Strategies

first_img With more and more investors entering the single-family rental space, that means more competition. And more competition means getting creative when it comes to acquiring investment properties.”It comes down to looking outside the box,” said Brennan Reid, CEO of Florida-based Joyce Reid Capital. “Everyone knows how to buy REOs and knows how to buy off MLS. The thing is looking into other acquisition strategies.”Reid was a panelist in the Property Types and Acquisitions discussion of the Property Acquisition Lab of the inaugural Five Star Institute Single-Family Rental Summit in Las Vegas on Monday, October 12. Moderated by OwnAmerica CEO Greg Rand, the panel also included Sepehr Bekam, Principal with Dyson Investment Properties, Chris Crippen, Managing Director, US Residential Asset Fund, and Eddie Speed, President/Founder of Note School.”Strategic alliances are been very huge for us,” Reid said. “A lot of the leads we get actually stem from our management company, and we’re able to source for our management company and make it a win-win there as well. The probate market is something we’re really honing in on and it’s been very good to us.”Reid said he receives properties from his attorneys who have suggested the services of Reid’s company to the attorney’s client.”They’re sitting down hearing their clients problems or issues,” Reid said. “Maybe they inherited a home in Florida but they live in Texas. Maybe they don’t have the means or the management to take over that property. If someone inherits a home out of state, they don’t have the funds for the property taxes or to rehab the property. It’s just a headache and additional expenses they didn’t expect, and now they have to take on. So we’re offering an exit strategy for us to come in and close quick and pay cash. So either we can put that into a management program or we can offer cash for that asset to liquidate, buy it at a discount, and then sell it to our management partners for a buy and hold asset.””We’re not the only players in the game anymore. So we’re adapting and finding other ways of finding these people and getting to them first.”As a prime example of looking outside the box to acquire properties, Reid said funeral homes have even become a source from which to gain new assets. Reid said he tells the funeral homes that when they hear clients are looking to liquidate to please let him know, and his company will offer the funeral home client that option.”I was actually very reluctant at first, because it is a funeral home,” Reid said. “But actually what we find is they’re very grateful that we’re stopping by and offering our services, because they’re the ones sitting down with their clients and seeing this on a day-to-day basis, and they don’t have that option to give the client.”The many changes in the market just in the last three years have required a shift in strategy.”In 2012 to 2015, you saw that huge spike in the SFR market,” Reid said. “The general market’s going up, but the yields are going down. It also offers another incentive for the investors. You’re not buying on the yield, you’re buying on the appreciation of the asset. I think like it comes down to changing  your strategy and adapting to the markets themselves.”Reid said for about a three-year period between 2010 and up to 2013, his company was able to target homes, watch them through auction, and then buy them at auction. But with the REO market getting thin, more people are finding out about the auctions and getting in on them.”We’re not the only players in the game anymore,” Reid said. “So we’re adapting and finding other ways of finding these people and getting to them first. Whoever does the most marketing wins, so we really focus on doing as much volume in marketing and reaching sellers as we possibly can.”Editor’s note: The Five Star Institute is the parent company of DS News, DSNews.com, The MReport, and TheMReport.com. The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Survival in the SFR Market Requires Unorthodox Acquisition Strategies Home / Daily Dose / Survival in the SFR Market Requires Unorthodox Acquisition Strategies Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Related Articles The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago October 12, 2015 1,210 Views Five Star Institute Five Star Single-Family Rental Summit Property Acquisition Strategies Single-Family Rental Market 2015-10-12 Brian Honea About Author: Brian Honeacenter_img Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily  Print This Post Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Share Save Brian Honea’s writing and editing career spans nearly two decades across many forms of media. He served as sports editor for two suburban newspaper chains in the DFW area and has freelanced for such publications as the Yahoo! Contributor Network, Dallas Home Improvement magazine, and the Dallas Morning News. He has written four non-fiction sports books, the latest of which, The Life of Coach Chuck Curtis, was published by the TCU Press in December 2014. A lifelong Texan, Brian received his master’s degree from Amberton University in Garland. in Daily Dose, Featured, News Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Tagged with: Five Star Institute Five Star Single-Family Rental Summit Property Acquisition Strategies Single-Family Rental Market Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Previous: NY Fed President Dudley Reverses Interest Rate Hike Forecast Next: Is the Single-Family Rental Market ‘Viable’? Subscribelast_img read more

Inspector says burglary arrest should give public reasurance

first_imgNews By News Highland – January 18, 2013 WhatsApp Pinterest Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH 448 new cases of Covid 19 reported today Facebook Inspector says burglary arrest should give public reasurance Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Google+ NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly A man has been arrested following a a burglary at the home of a 69-year-old woman in Kilmacrennan in the early hours of this morning.Gardaí say he forced his way into her bedroom and demanded cash before fleeing empty-handed. The woman, who was alone in the house, was not injured in the incident.A 24-year-old man was arrested a short time later.Inspector Michael Harrison has been giving more details and says the arrest should reassure people that gardai are actively persuing those responsible for recent burglaries:[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/harrROBB.mp3[/podcast]center_img Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter WhatsApp Google+ Help sought in search for missing 27 year old in Letterkenny Twitter Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson Facebook Previous articleDerry Diocesan administrator to replace Cardinal Sean BradyNext articlePope Benedict confirms Mgr Eamon Martin as next Primate of All-Ireland News Highland last_img read more

Chair of Letterkenny JPC says the town should retain a local policing partnership

first_img Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week Pinterest NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly Google+ Twitter Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Google+ Newscenter_img By News Highland – May 16, 2014 Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH The Chairperson of the Letterkenny Joint Policing Committee is calling for the establishment of a new body to oversee policing in the town and its environs.This week saw the final meeting of the outgoing committee, which is being abolished along with the town council from the end of the month.Cllr Dessie Larkin says while it’s being suggested that there should just be one single JPC for the county, the crime patterns and social challenges in the urban area are different, and a replacement is needed.He says any new body should have powers similar to the local policing parnerships in Northern Ireland:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/dlark830JPC.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. WhatsApp Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson Previous articleDonegal people urged to exercise their right to vote in next week’s electionsNext articleTierney and Mc Cann handed Tyrone Championship debuts News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Chair of Letterkenny JPC says the town should retain a local policing partnershiplast_img read more

Donegal’s Covid-19 incidence rates remain high

first_img By News Highland – December 4, 2020 Facebook Previous articleThe Score – 03/12/20Next articleRestaurants and hotels reopen, NI to follow suit next week News Highland Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Google+ WhatsApp News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Donegal’s Covid-19 incidence rates remain high The 14 day incidence rate of Covid-19 in Donegal remains the highest in the country at almost treble the national average at 212.3 per 100,000 people.Latest figures show that as of last Monday, the rates had fallen in all but two of the county’s local electoral areas.The biggest increase was in the Lifford / Stranorlar area with 224 cases per 100,000 people, up 9%, while the incidence rate in North Inishowen rose 2% to 271.2.Meanwhile, the figure has decreased 11% to 250.2 in South Inishowen.While in Letterkenny the current incidence rate is 288.7, down 5% compared to previous figures.The infection rate is down 28% in Milford to 254.2 and down 31% in Donegal to 90.6 cases per 100,000 of the population.The biggest drop was seen in Glenties area where the 14 day incidence rate dropped 34% to 117.1.********************The 14 days up to November 30 (last Monday)North inishowen: ↗️ 46 cases (↗️271.2 per 100k)South Inishowen:↘️56 cases (↘️ 250.4 per 100k)Milford: ↘️ 35 cases (↘️ 254.2 per 100k)Letterkenny ↘️ 86 cases (↘️ 288.7 per 100k)Lifford/Stranorlar ↗️58 cases (↗️224 per 100k)Glenties ↘️28 cases (↗️117.1 per 100k)Donegal ↘️24 cases ( ↘️ 90.6 per 100k) 14 days to November 23North inishowen:↘️ 45 cases ( ↘️265.3 per 100k)South Inishowen:↘️63 cases (↘️ 281.7 per 100k)Milford: ↗️ 49 cases (↗️355.8 per 100k)Letterkenny ↘️91 cases (↘️ 305.8 per 100k)Lifford/Stranorlar ↘️53 cases (↗️204.7 per 100k)Glenties ↗️43 cases (↗️179.8 per 100k)Donegal ↘️35 cases ( ↘️ 132.1 per 100k)Donegal areas in a national contextLetterkenny 288.7Carndonagh 271.2Dundalk-Carlingford 257.8Milford 254.2Buncrana 250.4Cork City S-Ctr 243.1Claremorris 232.1Lifford-Stranorlar 224.0Piltown 215.5Callan-Thomastown 201.1 DL Debate – 24/05/21 Pinterest Facebook Pinterest Homepage BannerNews RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Harps come back to win in Waterford Twitter Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Google+ Twitterlast_img read more

Council Introduces Regulations for Ocean City’s Boardwalk Entertainers

first_imgBy Donald WittkowskiLargely avoiding the controversy and objections of the past, Ocean City’s third attempt to regulate the Boardwalk performers who entertain the summer crowds sailed through on its first vote Thursday night by City Council.In another key vote, Council approved spending $650,000 to buy an abandoned former Getty gas station that has been a longtime eyesore marring the appearance of the main gateway into town. Under the plan, the old Getty property will be demolished and transformed into green space to make the Ninth Street corridor more inviting to visitors. The Getty site will be combined with land next door, formerly occupied by a shuttered BP gas station, to create a landscaped park.The city bought the old BP site last year for $475,000 and had the property cleaned up. The proposed purchase of the adjacent Getty land will allow the city to remove two blighted properties as it moves ahead with its strategy to spruce up the Ninth Street entryway.“I think it’s a step in the beautification of our gateway and creating open space,” Councilwoman Karen Bergman said.The city hopes to finalize the purchase of the Getty property by this spring and have the new park ready by the summer season. A funding ordinance to buy the site for $650,000 was introduced by a 6-0 Council vote. A public hearing and final vote on the Getty purchase is scheduled for the March 23 Council meeting.Plans call for demolishing the old Getty gas station and transforming the site into a park after the city buys it.Meanwhile, Council gave its initial approval to the latest version of an ordinance that would regulate the singers, musicians and other entertainers who perform on the Boardwalk between Memorial Day and Labor Day.City Solicitor Dorothy McCrosson told Council that the goal of the entertainers ordinance is to strike a balance between the rights of the performers and the Boardwalk merchants.She said the regulations would allow the city to “maintain the family-friendly and safe atmosphere” of the Boardwalk.Mayor Jay Gillian, who has lobbied for the regulations in the past year, has said they are needed for crowd control during the busy summer tourism season. He noted that the Boardwalk Merchants Association requested the ordinance to prevent large crowds from milling around the entertainers and blocking access to their stores.Responding to criticism from the public, Gillian pulled two previous versions of the entertainers ordinance for further study. The mayor stressed it was important to take as much time as needed to craft a compromise that would acceptable to both the merchants and performers.“It doesn’t matter how many times. At the end of the day, it’s all about getting it right,” Gillian said in an interview after the Council meeting.Mayor Jay Gillian, center, had pulled two previous versions of the Boardwalk entertainers ordinance to give the city more time to study the issue.Voting 6-0, Council introduced the entertainers ordinance. A public hearing and final vote are scheduled March 23.Council members indicated that the regulations have been discussed at length over the past year in an attempt to reach a compromise.In comments echoed by other members of the governing body, Councilman Antwan McClellan said both sides had found “common ground.”Councilman Michael DeVlieger said the performers and merchants had ample opportunity to express their opinions about the regulations.“There couldn’t be an ordinance that was more open to the public than this one,” DeVlieger said.One of the harshest critics who had objected to the proposed regulations in the past year embraced the latest version of the ordinance on Thursday.“I think it’s awesome, and everything is great,” Andrew Leonetti, a 16-year-old Ocean City High School sophomore, said in public remarks to Council.Leonetti, who plays drums in a Boardwalk band, had repeatedly appeared before Council in the past to lobby against any regulations. Based on criticism by Leonetti and one of his bandmates last year, the mayor yanked the original version of the ordinance.Leonetti and other performers had complained that the proposed licensing fees were too expensive. They also voiced fears that the regulations would infringe on their constitutional right to free expression. But Leonetti said Thursday he had read the latest version of the ordinance “countless times” and believes it will work.Former opponent Andrew Leonetti, a Boardwalk performer, calls the new version of the entertainers ordinance “awesome.”Nancy Neary, an Ocean City resident whose 14-year-old son, John, plays the violin on the Boardwalk, said the new version of the ordinance represents an improvement over previous proposals.“Versus what we had last year, I think we’re going in the right direction,” Neary said in an interview.The latest version drops a fingerprinting requirement that had drawn the strongest objections from the public during previous City Council discussions. Critics had felt it was heavy-handed.Gillian initially proposed having adult-age performers submit to fingerprinting and background checks to confirm they did not have a serious criminal history. He agreed to withdraw the fingerprinting requirement after his administration discussed the measure with representatives of the entertainers and the Boardwalk merchants.The ordinance would require performers to pay $50 for a license. However, they could be denied a license if they have a criminal history of “dishonesty” or have been convicted of a fourth-degree crime or higher.Jim Tweed, the president of the local government watchdog group Fairness in Taxes, criticized the ordinance’s proposed maximum penalty – a $2,000 fine for violations – as too harsh. He said that would be equivalent to the penalty for “lying to the IRS.”“Do you really want to put a kid playing a guitar on the Boardwalk in that serious of a category?” Tweed asked Council.In response, McCrosson, the city solicitor, told Tweed it is doubtful a judge would impose the maximum $2,000 fine for anything but the most blatant of violations.Under the ordinance, performers would be allowed on the ocean side of the Boardwalk at Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th streets. They could also perform at the Boardwalk’s oceanfront pavilions between Fifth and 14th streets. In addition, they would be allowed on the ocean side of the Boardwalk between Fifth and Sixth streets.They would be permitted to perform on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. The hours would be between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. each of those nights except for Sunday, which would be from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.Gillian explained that the performers would not be allowed on the Boardwalk on Tuesday and Thursday to avoid conflicts with the professional entertainment on those nights arranged by the merchants. Council approved key measures to regulate Boardwalk performers and to buy and clean up a blighted site.last_img read more

Mayor’s Update: Oct. 5

first_imgDear Friends, As we approach the holiday weekend, I want to remind you all that the city’s 2018-19 bayside dredging program is underway and there is a lot of equipment on the water in the back bay. Boaters should be advised that the hydraulic dredge contractor is installing pipeline from the Carnival/Venetian Bayou areas near 17th Street south to the disposal facility on the marshes near Roosevelt Boulevard. Please use caution when operating near this equipment.   The city contracts should be complete in November or December, and contractors can then switch over to work for private slip owners as time and conditions allow. Homeowners who wish to make arrangements to have their slips dredged are advised to contact Trident Marine (609-703-7466) and/or Southwind Construction (812-867-7220). Additionally, owners can reach out to ACT Engineers at [email protected]  to be placed on a list or have general questions answered. Road and drainage projects continue throughout town, and after Columbus Day, a New Jersey American Water contractor will begin work to upgrade infrastructure underneath Bay Avenue from Second Street to Sixth Street. This work must be completed before our north end drainage project contractor can begin its own work on Bay Avenue. The projects will require several weeks of detours along that stretch of Bay Avenue. I ask you all to be prepared to seek alternate routes. The entire project continues to make great progress.It looks like we’re going to have good weather for our Fall Block Party 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow (Saturday, Oct. 6) on Asbury Avenue. All parking in town (meters and municipal lots) is now free. I encourage everybody to come down to enjoy all that Ocean City has to offer this weekend .We’re also holding our semi-annual paper-shredding and household cleanup day 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Shelter Road Recycling Center. I hope you all have a great holiday weekend.Warm regards,  Mayor Jay A. Gillian Mayor Jay Gillianlast_img read more

Food Innovations acquired by private equity firm

first_imgCake craft supplier Food Innovations Baking Group has been acquired by global investment firm Ardenton.The firm has taken a majority stake in the business, which comprises Doric Cake Crafts, Doric Crimped, Doric FPD and Food Innovations.Founded in 2004, Food Innovations has 250 employees across five sites and reports revenues of more than £34m. It supplies decorations, cake boards and packaging products for the home baking and retail market.Peter and Robert Ward, who co-founded the Manchester-based business, are to leave the group, but will retain ownership of paper and board supplier Doric Anderton.Ardenton said it would work closely with the management team, which comprises group finance director Bruce Murray, group operations director Simon Woodhouse, and sales and commercial director Robert Brace.“Food Innovations is an impressive business that is really innovating within its sector,” said Ardenton UK director Michael Bradbury. “Over the last few years, the company has delivered strong organic growth, while successfully integrating complementary acquisitions, and we confidently back the management team to push the business through its next phase of growth.”He added that further investment in new product development would be a key part of the strategy.Robert Brace said Ardenton shared the group’s vision for the expansion.“Their company ethos and personal approach made them the ideal choice,” he explained. ”We are confident their wealth of experience and ambition match our own. The partnership with Ardenton will enable the company to pursue new opportunities for innovation, acquisition and growth.”last_img read more

Rangeley school going to remote-only for two days

first_imgRANGELEY – Rangeley Lakes Regional School students will participate in remote learning Thursday and Friday this week, after individuals associated with the school were found to be in close contact with people that had tested positive for COVID-19.In a letter posted to the Regional School Unit 78’s Facebook page, school staff indicated that the decision to run a fully-remote program Thursday and Friday, as well as suspending all extracurricular events until Monday, Nov. 9, had been made out of an abundance of caution. Earlier this week, Mt. Blue High School also went to two days of remote-only learning, after reporting a second positive test on Monday. Students returned to the school Wednesday.Maine Center for Disease Control reported the 149th and 150th COVID-19-related deaths in the state Wednesday, including a woman in her 80s that lived in Franklin County. The state also reported four new Franklin County cases and a total of 151 new cases statewide Wednesday, including 36 hospitalized individuals, 12 of which are in the ICU. Maine CDC Director Nirav Shah noted that was up from 31 hospitalizations yesterday, and up from seven patients two weeks ago. The hospitalization rate was 2.7 hospitalizations per 100,000 Mainers, Shah said, with the national average currently sitting at roughly 14 per 100,000.Franklin Community Health Network President Trampas Hutches said in an update released Wednesday that FCHN had nine cases of COVID-19 among its staff, up from the four cases reported late last week. The affected employees were now in isolation, Hutches said. He went on to urge the wearing of masks in indoor settings and to be cautious about holding gatherings with friends and extended family.Signs and symptoms of the respiratory illness include fever, coughing, new loss of taste or smell, fatigue and shortness of breath, among others. Public health officials have advised wearing face coverings, avoiding touching the eyes and face and practicing good hand hygiene.last_img read more

Dead & Company Sets The Bar High For The Final Night Of Their Stellar Boulder Run [Full Audio/Videos]

first_img[Photo: Andrew Rios] Dead & Company returned to Folsom Field at the University of Colorado – Boulder last night for the second and final night of their Colorado run. Coming off of Friday’s performance, the Grateful Dead spin-off was primed and ready for the performance, setting the bar high for the rest of the tour. With the act being relatively young (despite its veteraned members across the board), last night saw the group truly dialed into one another, hitting their groove, and putting on an electric show. Particularly in contrast to Friday night’s first set, throughout both sets last night, Dead & Company savored building through to other songs, highlighted by the patient transitions across their well-crafted setlist, which easily juggled their alternatingly jubilant and soulful numbers.Dead & Company Debuts “Dancin’ In The Streets” To Kick Off Boulder Run [Full Audio/Photos]With a non-stop five-song sequence opening the first set, from the get-go, Dead & Company came ready to play. An energized “Truckin’” marked the start of the set, eliciting triumphant hoots and hollers from across the crowd as their initially sparse introduction made way for a gorgeous guitar-led start to the song. For Howlin’ Wolf’s “Smokestack Lightning” and “Spoonful” (the latter originally written by Willie Dixon), the group easily settled in the songs’ bluesy grooves. Both numbers were carried by Oteil Burbridge’s expert handling of the prominent bass lines and Bob Weir’s impassioned vocals and further augmented by the interplay between Jeff Chimenti’s shimmering work on the baby grand and John Mayer’s slinky guitar licks. A tight and direct transition saw Dead & Company then drop into the crowd-pleasing number “Bertha,” featuring more playful vocal harmonizing by Mayer and Weir to ring in the end of the number. From there, the group dived into an easy-going “Ramble on Rose” to close out the sequence, again highlighting Chimenti’s penchant for playing the blues.Truckin’Bobby, Oteil, and John shifted over to acoustics for “Friend of the Devil,” which was a true treat during the first set. With Weir’s stylized rhythm work twining through Mayer’s lead at the center of the song, the acoustic number was a breath of fresh air before the darker, smooth, and mournful “Loser,” again highlighting the chemistry between Mayer and Chimenti as they passed the lead between one another. “Brown Eyed Women,” sung by Mayer, brought the energy up as the group moved toward the final stretch of the first set, finally ending with a triumphant “Turn On Your Lovelight” ahead of set break.For set two, again, Dead & Company started things off with a jam-oriented sequence, this time seeing the classic combination of “Help on the Way,” “Slipknot,” and “Franklin’s Tower” strung together. Shifting away from the blues-centric first set, the second set was focused on breaking out potent Grateful Dead powerhouses, with the first three numbers making for a transcendent start of the set. Giving the people what they want, again, Dead & Co let Oteil sing, with the bassist lending his dazzling voice once again for the mournful “China Doll” and gaining a huge response from the crowd. From there, the group moved into a serene “Dark Star,” made all the more tranquil by the patient and deliberate jamming during its introduction and Chimenti’s trickling ornamentation on the keys threading through the song and Mayer’s loose yet methodical guitar work.Help on the Way > Slipknot > Franklin’s Tower“Dark Star” tapered off into the drums portion of the second set, which started with Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart leading in their tribal segment in unison. Contrasted with the particularly cacophonous “Drums” on Friday, Saturday’s drum portion was heavy and purposeful, and the depth and the weight of the percussion was intensified by the addition of Oteil, who came out and joined in. As “Drums” moved into “Space,” the heaviness of the segment before it carried over, with its bottom-heavy, ambient tone setting the mood for the first half of the number before Mayer’s atmospheric guitar came in and led the group in crawling toward “Stella Blue,” harkened in by Chimenti’s lyrical keys.“Stella Blue” was an emotional affair, only highlighted by Bob Weir’s heart-wrenching vocals. It was a sublime moment, and across the musicians on stage, they all seemed tapped into the song’s power, crafting a gorgeous rendition of the song as the second set came to a close. To close out their final night at Folsom Field and still glowing from the climatic end to “Stella Blue,” the group moved freely into the ending sequence of “China > Rider.” Given the location, “I Know You Rider” has a special place in Colorado residents’ hearts, with the lines “I’d shine my light through cool Colorado rain” always eliciting a huge response from the crowd. The upbeat end to the second set with the seamless “China Cat Sunflower” through to “I Know You Rider” was a celebratory end to the run, particularly when considering that the well-loved combo rarely sees itself positioned as the final numbers of the second set, traditionally falling in the first set or used as a second-set opener. To truly end the night, the group appropriately returned with a spirited, easy-flowing “One More Saturday Night,” propelled by Chimenti rippin’ through the song on the keys.You can listen to the audio from last night’s show, courtesy of Bennett Schwartz.Setlist: Dead & Company | Folsom Field | Boulder, CO | 6/11/2017Set One: Truckin’ > Smokestack Lightning > Spoonful > Bertha > Ramble on Rose, Friend of the Devil, Loser, Brown Eyed Women, Turn On Your LovelightSet Two: Help on the Way > Slipknot > Franklin’s Tower, China Doll, Dark Star > Drums > Space > Stella Blue > China Cat Sunflower > I Know You RiderEncore: One More Saturday Nightlast_img read more

Watch Mike Dillon & moe.’s Jim Loughlin Join Forces For Wild Atlanta Show [Video]

first_imgThe Mike Dillon Trio concluded their short road run with moe.‘s Jim Loughlin with a wild display of percussion power at Atlanta’s Aisle 5 on Monday night. Dillon and Loughlin clearly have bonded over their love of the various marimba and mallet kat-based melodies, exhorting in the joy the instruments add to their respective repertoires. While Loughlin is far newer to the pursuit, both tirelessly work to improve their skills and when they get a chance to work together—even if only for a song or two—the music they make is always a mixture of mayhem and magic.Watch George Porter Jr., Skerik, And Mike Dillon Explore Far Reaches Of Funk At Brooklyn Comes AliveNone of this is to say that Mike Dillon isn’t a force of nature on his own. As a musician, Mike Dillon a trusted brand name. Whether as a solo act; leader of a trio or “how many people will your stage hold” arrangements; or collaborator, you know he is going to shine. Thanks to his impeccable mixture of technique, melodic vision, and passion, each show he plays is slightly better than his last, which is truly saying something given the high caliber of musicianship he brings to the table.That said, when an artist has mastery over as many instruments and styles as Dillon, the question is always, What elements is he bringing out tonight? The latest version of the Mike Dillon Trio has seen him flanked by bassist Nathan “Nate” Lambertson and drummer Brendan Bull, with Dillon taking the role of main melody maker plus some help from the multi-instrumentalist Lambertson.moe. And Turkuaz Invite Mike Dillon To Finish Out Spectacular Joint NOLA Run [Photos/Videos]Loughlin’s last-minute addition to the lineup was a product of the soon-ending moe. hiatus, which allowed moe. bassist Robert Derhak to successfully fight off cancer. With no rehearsal time and Dillon already being on the road, the show saw on-the-fly tutorials for Loughlin literally during the show. In the clips below, you can hear Dillon shouting keys and notes at Loughlin over the crash and din of the music. The result is like everything Dillon ever does—loose, electrifying and almost impossible to categorize.Check out special moments from Mike Dillon Trio and moe.’s Jim Loughlin’s collaborative show in Atlanta below. Enjoy!“Opener”“Song 2”“Song 4”“Song 5” “Closer”last_img read more