Tim O’Brien & Darrell Scott – Brother WindAcoustic Syndicate – HeroesAndrea Tomasi – BirdflowerBig Sandy & His Fly Rite Boys – What A Dream It’s BeenBlair Crimmins & The Hookers – It’s All Over NowChris Eldridge & Julian Lage – For CritterChris Jones & The Night Drivers – Lonely Comes EasyDan Miraldi – Lovebomb!Deer Tick – The Dream’s In The DitchDrew Holcomb & The Neighbors – Good LightDrew Kennedy – Good CarpentryFinnders & Youngberg – DinerAustin Lucas – Alone In MemphisOdd Us – HomeOld Buck – Icy MountainPeter Cooper – Opening DayRon Block – IvySusanna & Ensemble Neon – Oh, I Am StuckThe Horse’s Ha – Dying TreeThe Sweetback Sisters – I Got A BulldogThe Whiskey Gentry – Dixie Watching any given month of Trail Mix coming together is always an interesting process. From time to time, a month will take on a certain flavor, tapping into a particular vibe. As the days of August dwindled and the final tracks of the September mix rolled in, that was certainly the case.This month’s Trail Mix is an Americana gem, with lots of bluegrass, old time, and singer/songwriter material that is really hard to beat.Right out of the gate we have a tune that, recently, I described as being a nearly perfect song. Tim O’Brien and Darrell Scott have long been two of my favorite songwriters. Whenever they collaborate, goodness happens. We are lucky to have “Brother Wind,” an older O’Brien tune, in our opening slot. Scott and O’Brien included the tune on their recent release, Memories and Moments.Check out the great bluegrassy sounds of Chris Jones & The Night Drivers and Ron Block, who is typically out on the road with Allison Krauss & Union Station, and the good time old time feel of The Sweetback Sisters, Finnders & Youngerg, and Old Buck.Trail Mix is also really big on the new record from The Whiskey Gentry. “Dixie,” featured here this month, is a killer tune.Make sure to explore new material from Deer Tick, Peter Cooper, Julian Lage and Chris Eldridge, and much more on our free music download. Take a listen, spread the word, and get out and buy music from the artists. Catch them at a venue near you. And tune into the Trail Mix blog; we’ll be giving away some music and festival tickets this month.
The home at 29 Lynette Way, Daisy Hill.Mr Teo said more than 40 parties inspected the home and he received a few offers as well. “We were always going to go to auction and the owners were happy with the unconditional sale,” he said. Mr Teo said the property was unique in the Daisy Hill market, where the median house price is $499,900, according to CoreLogic. The architecturally designed builders home was inspired by the castles found throughout Europe.It has marble bathrooms, an entry point with 6m ceilings and a kitchen with hand-carved oak cabinetry and granite benchtops. The home at 29 Lynette Way, Daisy Hill.AN opulent mansion has sold under the hammer in Daisy Hill after attracting strong interest both locally and overseas. Marketing agent Johnson Teo, of Ray White Springwood, said the five-bedroom property at 29 Lynnette Way sold for an undisclosed amount. “We had four registered bidders and the auction began with an opening bid of $1 million,” Mr Teo said. “The buyers came from overseas and were here for seven or eight months looking for the right place.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020“They liked the quality building and the opulence of (29 Lynette Way).”
WEEK 10 DFS LINEUPS:Y! cash | Y! GPP | DK cash | DK GPP | FD cash | FD GPPWeek 10 Fantasy WR RankingsMORE WEEK 10 DFS: Stacks | Values | Lineup BuilderThese rankings are for standard, non-PPR leagues.RankPlayer1Michael Thomas, NO vs. ATL2Julio Jones, ATL @ NO3Chris Godwin, TB vs. ARZ4Tyreek Hill, KC @ TEN5Mike Evans, TB vs. ARZ6Keenan Allen, LAC @ OAK7Cooper Kupp, LAR @ PIT8Allen Robinson, CHI vs. DET9Davante Adams, GB vs. CAR10Tyler Lockett, SEA @ SF11Tyrell Williams, OAK vs. LAC12Amari Cooper, DAL vs. MIN13John Brown, BUF @ CLE14Golden Tate, NYG @ NYJ15Stefon Diggs, MIN @ DAL16Mike Williams, LAC @ OAK17Emmanuel Sanders, SF vs. SEA18Kenny Golladay, DET @ CHI19Jamison Crowder, NYJ vs. NYG20Calvin Ridley, ATL @ NO21Tyler Boyd, CIN vs. BAL22Larry Fitzgerald, ARZ @ TB23Odell Beckham Jr., CLE vs. BUF24Marquise Brown, BAL @ CIN25Zach Pascal, IND vs. MIA26Robert Woods, LAR @ PIT27D.J. Moore, CAR @ GB28DeVante Parker, MIA @ IND29Christian Kirk, ARZ @ TB30Jarvis Landry, CLE vs. BUF31Auden Tate, CIN vs. BAL32A.J. Brown, TEN vs. KC33JuJu Smith-Schuster, PIT vs. LAR34Ted Ginn Jr., NO vs. ATL35Robby Anderson, NYJ vs. NYG36DK Metcalf, SEA @ SF37Sammy Watkins, KC @ DEN38Michael Gallup, DAL vs. MIN39Cole Beasley, BUF @ CLE40Chester Rogers, IND vs. MIA41Marvin Jones, DET @ CHI42Curtis Samuel, CAR @ GB43Darius Slayton, NYG @ NYJ44Taylor Gabriel, CHI vs. DET45Josh Reynolds, LAR @ PIT46Russell Gage, ATL @ NO47Alex Erickson, CIN vs. BAL48Demaryius Thomas, NYJ vs. NYG49Deebo Samuel, SF vs. SEA50Josh Gordon, SEA @ SF51Danny Amendola, DET @ CHI52Tajae Sharpe, TEN vs. KC53Adam Humphries, TEN vs. KC54Olabisi Johnson, MIN @ DAL55Diontae Johnson, PIT vs. LAR56Marquez Valdes-Scantling, GB vs. CAR57Zay Jones, OAK vs. LAC58Allen Hurns, MIA @ IND59Deon Cain, IND vs. MIA60Breshad Perriman, TB vs. ARZ61Laquon Treadwell, MIN @ DAL62Cody Latimer, NYG @ NYJ63Kendrick Bourne, SF vs. SEA64Willie Snead, BAL @ CIN65Mecole Hardman, KC @ TEN66Anthony Miller, CHI vs. DET67Marquise Goodwin, SF vs. SEA68Geronimo Allison, GB vs. CAR69Dante Pettis, SF vs. SEA70Demarcus Robinson, KC @ TEN71Randall Cobb, DAL vs. MIN72James Washington, PIT vs. LAR73Jaron Brown, SEA @ SF WEEK 10 NON-PPR RANKINGSQuarterback | Running back | Tight end | D/ST | KickerBack to JuJu. He hasn’t done much in several games this year, so it’s tempting to think he’ll get completely shut out against Ramsey and the Rams this week. But Pittsburgh does move him around quite a bit, so he probably won’t see Ramsey all game. That gives him a chance to put up numbers, and as we’ve seen in past weeks, if he gets the ball, he can make big plays. That’s why he’s (barely) in the WR3 tier, but he’s behind several sleepers, such Zach Pascal (vs. Miami), DeVante Parker (@ Colts), Christian Kirk (@ Buccaneers), and A.J. Brown (vs. Chiefs). It will be tough to actually start these guys ahead of Smith-Schuster, but it’s probably the right move. WEEK 10 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiver | Tight endOverall, this is the type of week where you will have to take a few chances. Maybe that’s on one of the Jets receivers (vs. Giants), Colts receivers (vs. Dolphins), or a big-play guy like Ted Ginn (vs. Falcons) in a good matchup. The options are limited, so don’t be afraid to work the wire and get what you can.MORE WEEK 10:Waiver pickups | FAAB planner | Snap counts | Trade values | Fantasy playoff SOSNote: We’ll continue to update these rankings all week, so check back for the latest and individual player analysis. Whenever six teams are on bye, like this week, you generally don’t have a lot of options. Sure, there are certain guys you’d like to sit because of bad matchups, but you just can’t. We had a similar feeling with our Week 10 fantasy WR rankings — there are certain players we’d like to move even lower, but it’s tough. Even if we think JuJu Smith-Schuster is going to get swallowed up by Jalen Ramsey and do next-to-nothing, just how low can we put him? It doesn’t help that injuries continue to cloud the rankings. We didn’t even bother ranking Adam Thielen (hamstring) or T.Y. Hilton (calf), and the jury is still out on A.J. Green (ankle) and Brandin Cooks (concussion). Green seems likely to return, and if he does, he’ll get a neutral matchup against Baltimore, so he’s in our WR2 tier. (Update: Green suffered a setback and has been ruled out for Week 10.)