Moe. Busts Out Radiohead’s “Karma Police” For The First Time Since 2013

first_imgSetlist: moe. at The National, Richmond, VA – 10/4/16I: Brent Black > Tubing The River Styx > The Pit > Tambourine > Letter Home > Gone > Timmy Tucker, Karma Police#II: Defrost > Smoke > Zed Naught Z, Happy Hour Hero > The Pit > Annihilation Blues > The Pit > Tubing The River Styx > Puebla > Brent BlackEnc: The Ghost Of Ralph’s Mom{# LTP > 10/02/13} moe. resumed their fall touring last night, playing The National in Richmond for a Tuesday night rager. moe. was in fine form, treating fans to a palindromic show of sorts that featured a number of songs in both the first and second sets.The first set opened with “Brent Black” into “Tubing The River Styx” into “The Pit,” and all three of those songs returned in reverse order to help close out the second set as well! The band is really having fun with their setlists, taking chances in unique and interesting ways on a nightly basis.The show also notably featured the band’s first performance of Radiohead’s “Karma Police,” played for the first time since the band’s set at Higher Ground in Burlington, VT on 10/2/13. Almost three years later to the day, the song delighted as a first set closer.After opening and closing the sets with “Brent Black,” the band had time for one more encore tune, and treated fans to a great rendition of “The Ghost Of Ralph’s Mom.” What a show!last_img read more

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Sex worker wins anti-discrimination case

first_imgCourier Mail (Aust) 7 Aug 2012A sex worker has won an anti-discrimination case against motel owners in a Queensland mining town who refused to rent her a room. The ruling could have wider implications in Queensland, where the mining boom is also fuelling a boom in the sex trade. The Queensland Civil and Administration Tribunal has ruled the owners of Moranbah’s Drovers Rest Motel, southwest of Mackay, contravened the Anti-Discrimination Act. The Gold Coast-based sex worker, who can only be identified as GK, had stayed at the motel 17 times in two years until owners Evan and Joan Hartley discovered in 2010 she was bringing clients to her room. They then banned her from staying at the motel. GK lost her anti-discrimination case last year but appealed last month.http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/national/mining-boom-sex-worker-wins-anti-discrimination-case/story-fndo20i0-1226444881828last_img read more

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