Legendary country music artist John Prine has just announced a new album! Titled For Better, Or Worse, the new release will see Prine team up with a number of extraordinary female musicians for a series of rockin’ duets. Due out on September 30th, the artists who are featured on the album include Miranda Lambert, Kacey Musgraves, Lee Ann Womack, Iris DeMent, Holly Williams, Morgane Stapleton, Kathy Mattea, Alison Krauss, Amanda Shires and his wife, Fiona Prine.The only woman left off of that list is Susan Tedeschi, who is not only featured on the album but on the leading single as well. Tedeschi joins Prine for a reworking of George Jones’ “Color Of The Blues,” which you can stream in full while watching the album preview video below.For more information about the new album, you can head here. Check out the tracklisting below.For Better, Or Worse Tracklisting1. Who’s Gonna Take the Garbage Out (feat. Iris Dement)2. Storms Never Last (feat. Lee Ann Womack)3. Falling in Love Again (feat. Allison Krauss)4. Color of the Blues (feat. Susan Tedeschi)5. I’m Tellin’ You (feat. Holly Williams)6. Remember Me (When Candlelights Are Gleaming) [feat. Kathy Mattea]7. Look at Us (feat. Morgane Stapleton)8. Dim Lights, Thick Smoke, and Loud, Loud Music (feat. Amanda Shires)9. Fifteen Years Ago (feat. Lee Ann Womack)10. Cold, Cold Heart (feat. Miranda Lambert)11. Dreaming My Dreams with You (feat. Kathy Mattea)12. Mental Cruelty (feat. Kacey Musgraves)13. Mr. & Mrs. Used to Be (feat. Iris Dement)14. My Happiness (feat. Fiona Prine)15. Just Waitin’
According to the Bureau of Fire Protection(BFP), the blaze – which hit the house owned by a certain Lilia – broke outaround 11:15 a.m. on Friday. It was believed that the fire originated froman unattended candle. The BFP declared a “fire out” around 11:33a.m. ILOILO City – Properties worth around P180,000went up in smoke after fire partially damaged a house in Barangay Cubay, Jarodistrict. An officer of the Bureau of Fire Protection checks a house struck by fire in Barangay Cubay, Jaro district on Friday. IAN PAUL CORDER/PN No casualty was reported in the incident./PN
The Illinois native followed that up by dropping another close decision — this time, to current WBC welterweight champion Shawn Porter in November of the same year.On Saturday night, Granados gets another opportunity for a signature win, as he takes on former two-division world champion Danny Garcia at the Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, Calif., live on “Premier Boxing Champions on FOX.” While always honored to be given a chance to do what he loves, Granados is frustrated in not being able to secure a career-defining victory. And he fully intends to change that storyline this weekend.”It means a lot to be fighting Danny,” Granados told Sporting News. “I think it’s a compliment to the work I’ve done and the fights that I’ve put on. But I’m just tired of it being another opportunity. It’s time for a big win to stamp my name in the boxing world.”Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a yearOut of Granados’ six career losses, three have come by split decision and two by majority decision. Granados felt politics played a role in not getting the nods on the judges’ scorecards in the Broner and Porter bouts. And coming up short in those types of fights can make one question moving forward. However, Granados has decided to take a fresh perspective in 2019 — one without making any excuses. The new mindset starts with Garcia.”It pushes me harder especially in this fight with Danny to put on a great performance,” Granados said. “I’m going to try and take it out of the judges’ hands. And if I do put in the judges’ hands, I want to make sure it’s a straightforward victory for me, where they have no choice in the matter, but to give it to me. God works in mysterious ways. I believe this fight is going to be the charm to change all of the bad luck. God willing, I’ll be able to get a big win this weekend.”According to proboxingodds.com, Garcia is anywhere from a 16-1 to nearly a 25-1 favorite to beat Granados. But being in the underdog role once again is nothing new for the 32-year-old and he sees it a lot closer.”To me, this is a 50-50 fight,” Granados said. “A lot of people are talking about all these big fights ahead for Danny Garcia and that I’m going to get knocked out. I’ve never been stopped, so they are already writing me off and we haven’t even stepped in the ring. I got something lined up for those critics. If anything, they are motivating me to train harder.” Not many fighters continuously get big fights without winning a world title and Granados understands the challenge in front of him — secure a victory over one of the premier boxers in the division and catapult his name into the thick of the welterweight division. Squander another opportunity and he could be relegated to gatekeeper status.”I know that delivering another great fight on Saturday will lead to more fights, but this is a must-win for me to open up the doors for bigger opportunities,” Granados admitted. “I don’t want to be judged as a gatekeeper, another opponent or getting disrespected and being a stepping stool. It’s not who I am. I know Saturday night is the reason why I’m fighting Danny Garcia. I belong with him, Adrien Broner and Shawn Porter.”I know I always come with a great fight,” he continued. “This is a fight that I need to win and that’s why I’m going to fight smart, intelligent and dominate.” Adrian Granados is grateful to have had the chance to fight two of boxing’s most prominent names — Adrien Broner and Shawn Porter.Granados (20-6-2, 14 KOs) came up short against Broner, the former four-division world champion, by losing a split decision in a February 2017 fight that many in the sport thought that he won pretty handily.