Phish bassist Mike Gordon is currently making his way around the nation on a 17-date Fall Tour in support of his newly released album, OGOGO. In addition to the scheduled performances, Gordon announced two intimate daytime performances/autograph signings in local record stores. The first of the pair was yesterday, Thursday, September 28th, at The Sound Garden in Syracuse, New York, prior to Mike’s scheduled performance at Syracuse’s Wescott Theatre tonight, Friday, September 29th.Mike Gordon Brings “Trapezoidal Sunshine” To New HavenRoughly 100 fans showed up for the lunchtime show, for which he played three tracks from OGOGO: “Victim,” “Stealing Jamaica,” and lead single “Steps.” “We’ve been working on these songs for a year but we still don’t really know what they’re about,” said Gordon to his unusually small audience, “It could be the light side of darkness. Or the mushy side of solidness.”What We Learned From Mike Gordon’s Q&A Before Today’s Release Of New LP, OGOGO [Album Stream]Gordon’s second special record store appearance will take place at Denver’s Twist and Shout Records on October 14th—the afternoon of Gordon’s final show of his fall tour at the Boulder Theater in Boulder, CO.You can watch crowd-shot footage from the intimate performance below, via YouTube user Casezille Elizabeth:Mike Gordon’s solo tour continues tonight in earnest at The Westcott Theater in Syracuse, before the band heads to Toronto on Saturday and Detroit on Sunday. For a full list of dates, see below. For more information, or to buy tickets, head to Mike’s website.Remaining Mike Gordon Fall 2017 Tour Dates:Fri 9/29 The Westcott Theater, Syracuse, NYSat 9/30 Phoenix Concert Theatre, TorontoSun 10/1 St. Andrews Hall, Detroit, MITue 10/3 Bells Eccentric Cafe, Kalamazoo, MIWed 10/4 20th Century Theater, Cincinnati, OHThu 10/5 The Vogue, Indianapolis, INFri 10/6 The Metro, Chicago, ILSun 10/8 Pabst Theatre, Milwaukee, WITue 10/10 Slow Down, Omaha, NEWed 10/11 Madrid Theatre, Kansas City, MOFri 10/13 Boulder Theater, Boulder, COSat 10/14 Boulder Theater, Boulder, CO[Cover photo via Katrina Tulloch][h/t – Syracuse.com]
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TOWNSVILLE’S buyer’s market has led to a resurgence in renovations in recent years with low-end properties being snapped up for a bargain.From Queenslanders and miner’s cottages to 1970s brick homes, buyers are being drawn to bargain properties to flip for profit or turn into a stunning family home — all for a minimal mortgage repayment.According to The Housing Industry Association, Townsville’s love for renewal is not surprising with the agency predicting a rise in renovation work of almost $3 billion by 2020 across Australia.The HIA Renovations Roundup report said renovations grew 2.7 per cent last year to $33.06 billion, but that was expected to hit $35.94 billion within three years.While this year was expected to see a slower pace of growth at 0.3 per cent, that was expected to accelerate to 3.2 per cent next year, 2.4 per cent in 2019 and a further 2.5 per cent in 2020.Living Here Townsville sales agent Margaret Hill said renovation shows such as The Block had a big impact on the city’s property market.“I think it’s a good thing as it allows people to make the house their own,” she said.“There’s no doubt Townsville gets its healthy share of renovations and I actually sell a lot of homes that were renovated for profit.”With renovations on the rise, Ms Hill urged homeowners to use appropriate tradespeople, particularly if they hoped to sell the property.“It will definitely show during resale of the home. Buyers can tell whether a home was renovated privately or by qualified tradespeople,” she said.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“While there are some things that can be done by the owner, things like carpentry and water proofing bathrooms should be left to the professionals.”HIA senior economist Shane Garrett says he expects renovations will make up a greater part of the building mix as new home building declines.“2016 marked the strongest year since WWII for new home building starts in Australia but our forecasts indicate that activity is set to decline … over the next three years,” he said.“In this context, our industry will become more dependent on work related to home renovations activity.”Mr Garrett said turnover in the established house market was an important driver of demand.