Radiohead Bust Out “Where I End And You Begin” For The First Time In 9 Years In Kansas City

first_imgRadiohead is four shows into their 2017 world tour, and they have been rotating their catalog to include rare material almost every night. In Miami, the band busted out “Morning Bell,” “I Might Be Wrong”, and “The Tourist,” and then played “House of Cards” for the first time since 2012 in Atlanta. While the band didn’t turn out any rarities in New Orleans (though the show was still incredible), the band continued debuting long-lost material last night in Kansas City, when they performed Hail To The Thief standout “Where I End And You Begin” for the first time since 2008. Of course, the band delivered another career-spanning setlist to put together a remarkable show, with “Where I End And You Begin” as the cherry on top of another magnificent show.Check out a video of the major bust-out below, courtesy of YouTube user Hoppípolla, as well as a full setlist from the performance in Kansas City. Edit this setlist | More Radiohead setlistslast_img

SUNY Oneonta campus to shut for 2 weeks after spike in virus cases

first_imgHe said three rapid-result testing sites will be set up in Oneonta starting Wednesday. The 105 cases at SUNY Oneonta represent about 3% of the students and faculty on campus this semester. SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras said Sunday that five students have been suspended because of large parties that were held last week. ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Officials say a campus of the State University of New York will shut down for two weeks after more than 100 people in the college community tested positive for the coronavirus. Gov. Andrew Cuomo urged students to follow COVID-19 safety guidelines and avoid large gatherings.last_img

Corey Knebel injury update: Brewers reliever will miss 2019 season after Tommy John surgery

first_imgBrewers reliever Corey Knebel has decided to have Tommy John surgery and will miss the entire 2019 season, reported Friday.The 2017 All-Star had been dealing with a damaged ulnar collateral ligament in his pitching elbow since 2014, when he was a member of the Tigers. He had not pitched in spring training since March 17, when he reported discomfort in the elbow. After consulting with several doctors, he opted for surgery, which is set for next week.MORE: Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZN  “The not knowing is the tough part,” Knebel told reporters Thursday, before he made his decision. “Once the decision’s made, then it’ll be full go with whatever the decision is.”Knebel, 27, had 16 saves and a 3.58 ERA in 57 games last season for the Brewers. While he will be missed, the Brewers have one of the two or three deepest bullpens in baseball, with Josh Hader and Jeremy Jeffress. Jeffress, however, is sidelined with shoulder soreness and is not expected to be available for “multiple weeks,” Milwaukee general manager David Stearns told reporters Thursday.”We’ve had some injuries in our bullpen; they’ve all been in the same place,” manager Craig Counsell said. “That changes the composition and how we think about our bullpen, and it provides opportunities for guys. We’re going to go into it undefined a little bit.”last_img