Dave Matthews And Tim Reynolds Bust Out “Dodo” And More For Mexico Night Two

first_imgSetlist: Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds | Playa Azul | Riviera Maya, Mexico | 2/24/17Set: Don’t Drink The Water, Dodo, The Best of What’s Around, Fool to Think, Old Dirt Hill (Bring That Beat Back), Rooftop, Stay or Leave, Worried Man Blues, Grab The Horns By The Bull*, Out of My Hands, Recently, Black and Blue Bird, Cornbread, Crash Into Me, Wing It*, Little Red Bird, Granny, Warehouse, Dancing NanciesEncore: You & Me, Rapunzel*Tim solo Yesterday, Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds delivered the second of three performances at their first-ever Riviera Maya destination event. After a crowd-pleasing performance on Thursday evening, Dave and Tim gave fans a fantastic 20+ song set including some highly sought-after rarities. The set included include the first complete version “Dodo” (from Dave Matthews Band‘s 2003 album Some Devil) with any of Matthews’ projects since Dave and Tim’s 12/10/10 show in Las Vegas, as well as the first-ever performance of  Away From The World track “Rooftop” by the duo.You can watch fan-shot clips of the performance via Instagram below, including portions of the “Dodo” bust-out, “You & Me,” and the set-closing “Dancing Nancies”:last_img read more

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Football will be totally different after coronavirus – FIFA boss

first_imgROME,  Italy (Reuters) – Football will be totally different when it eventually resumes after the coronavirus outbreak, the head of global soccer body FIFA Gianni Infantino said yesterday.“Football will come back, and when it does, we’ll celebrate coming out of a nightmare together,” he told the Italian news agency ANSA in an interview.“There is one lesson, however, that both you and I must have understood: the football that will come after the virus will be totally different … (more) inclusive, more social and more supportive, connected to the individual countries and at the same time more global, less arrogant and more welcoming.”He added: “We will be better, more human and more attentive to true values.”Last week, Infantino told Gazzetta dello Sport that it was the right time to take a step back and reform a sport where fixture lists have become overloaded and financial resources increasingly concentrated in the hands of a few elite clubs.He suggested there could be “fewer, but more interesting tournaments. Maybe fewer squads, but more balanced – fewer, but more competitive matches to safeguard the health of the players.”last_img read more

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