We’ll keep you updated on official announcements and release dates for Ryan Adams’ Big Colors and his other two forecasted 2019 albums as details become available. 2019 is looking like it will be another big year for Ryan Adams. In a series of tweets on Monday, the rocker shared the album art for his first upcoming album release, Big Colors, and hinted that there would be two more coming in its wake before the end of the year. As he notes in one of his tweets, “Remember that year when I released 3 records. … Let’s do it again.” The 3-album year to which Adams is referring is 2005, when he released Cold Roses, Jacksonville City Nights, and 29. He also shared a clip of a vocal tracking session with the hashtag #BigColors, and tagged Blue Note Records and Capitol Records, indicating that the upcoming release(s) will come via these imprints.
82 Douro Rd, Wellington PointThe lower level of the property is dedicated to leisure and entertainment, featuring an open-plan living space with a kitchenette, and glass doors to a covered balcony looking to the water. From here, there is access to an infinity pool and landscaped gardens, and the bay beyond.Further highlights of this modern residence include Crimsafe windows, an alarm system, solid timber internal doors and an established shed with space for kayaks, water skis and other equipment.Place Bulimba agent Shannon Harvey said the Wellington Point property captured 180-degree views of paradise and was positioned on a 923sq m block at the end of a cul-de-sac. CH 82 Douro Rd, Wellington PointFive bedrooms with rich timber floors are spread across the floorplan for space and privacy, with the main bedroom residing on the upper floor. This luxury space boasts a walk-in dressing room, an elegant ensuite with dual vanities, and glass doors to a waterfront deck. A walkway with glass balustrades connects the main suite to a landing with two other bedrooms. Serviced by a central bathroom, each has built-in wardrobes, while one also offers access to a private balcony. 82 Douro Rd, Wellington PointMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor9 hours agoInside, the kitchen also shares the open-plan space and contains granite benchtops, quality appliances, two-pack joinery, a walk-in pantry, double sink and a ‘floor flap’, which allows swept-up spills to be taken into the ducted vacuum system. 82 Douro Rd, Wellington PointTHIS tri-level contemporary residence at 82 Douro Rd, Wellington Point, sits along the waters’ edge and offers uninterrupted scenic vistas of Moreton Bay.Constructed only six years ago, the house has a clean, contemporary design encompassing five bedrooms and four bathrooms, as well as plenty of space for living and entertainment.A set of double doors invites entry into a foyer and an atrium on the middle level. Beyond, the main living hub is light and airy with porcelain floor tiles, high ceilings and extensive glass, with the water views providing an impressive backdrop. From both the lounge and dining areas there is direct access to a covered balcony, ideal for outdoor dining with its glass balustrades and bay orientation.
Andrew Heaney said his bullpen session on Friday went well. It was Heaney’s second session since being sidelined with elbow inflammation. Heaney is working toward a rehab game in the minors before he can join the Angels rotation. …Scioscia’s reliever use in Thursday’s opener would seem to indicate that he’s beginning the year with Blake Parker as his preferred closer. He used Cam Bedrosian in the seventh and Jim Johnson in the ninth with the score tied. However, Scioscia would not commit to Parker. “It’s going to be fluid,” he said. …Johnson was greeted by loud boos when he took the mound at the Oakland Coliseum on Thursday. He said the got the same treatment the last time he pitched in Oakland, apparently because the fans remember his 7.14 ERA with the A’s in 2014. “It won’t be the last time,” he said with a chuckle. “I’m fine with it.” Johnson pitched a perfect inning. …Two Angels’ employees wore A’s uniforms before Friday’s game, part of a celebration of the 50 greatest A’s. Mike Gallego is the Angels’ director of player development, and Eric Chavez is a special assistant to the GM. “I warned Scioscia,” Gallego quipped, wearing the A’s jersey. “He said it was OK.” Now, thanks in part to an infusion of better prospects, Ward has dropped just out of the top 10 prospects.Ward has a .272 average and a .366 on-base percentage in his career in the minors. His .375 slugging percentage likely needs to improve if he’s going to be in the big leagues as a corner infielder, although many players develop power later.Eppler suggested the position move could help Ward reach the majors sooner, because now he will no longer have to deal with handling pitchers. Ward is likely to begin this season at Double-A.“Basically now he’s responsible for himself, his defense, his offense,” Eppler said. “I think he will focus on defense and go from there.”ALSOIan Kinsler, who had missed opening day with groin tightness, was in in the lineup for his Angels debut on Friday. Manager Mike Scioscia said Kinsler would likely get Saturday off, as they try to work him back in gradually. … OAKLAND — Taylor Ward, once one of the Angels’ top prospects as a catcher, is now a third baseman.Although Ward was in big league camp this spring as a catcher, he was moved to third base full time after getting sent to minor league game, General Manager Billy Eppler said on Friday.“Athletically, how he profiles is very similar to some of our high-end position players, so we feel that’s where he profiles the best,” Eppler said.Ward, 24, was the Angels’ top pick in the 2015 draft. At the time, they projected him as an above-average defensive catcher with potential to also have an offensive impact. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error