Now that we’re in the New Year, John Mayer fans have been eagerly awaiting to hear news about The Search For Everything – Mayer’s new album. After releasing the lead single “Love On The Weekend” last month, Mayer promised more new music to come by the end of January, but didn’t reveal any further information… until now.A quick glance at Mayer’s Instagram page shows a 3×3 image depicting a potential album artwork. You can see a screenshot below.When you scroll through the images individually, which were uploaded around 4AM last night, the captions details Mayer’s plan for releasing the new album. He says that songs from The Search From Everything will be released four at a time, per month, and that the Wave One will begin on January 20th. The four songs to be released are: “Moving On And Getting Over”, “Changing”, “Love On The Weekend” and “You’re Gonna Live Forever In Me.”Check Out The New “Unicorn” Pedal Inspired By The Guitar Tone Of Jerry Garcia & John MayerMayer has also promised to tour both before and after Dead & Company‘s major summer tour, though no dates have been revealed for his solo agenda. We can’t wait!
“So mga kababayan ko ginusto ko man — ako, ako mismo personal gusto ko nang lumabas. Ayaw ko nang magpapigil. But we have to be very circumspect in reopening of the economy. Dahan-dahan lang,” Duterte said. MANILA – President Rodrigo Duterte prefers a more cautious approach in reopening the Philippine economy as the confirmed cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) continues to rise. “Because if you open the entire Philippines and thousands upon thousands of new cases would happen, then we are in deep shit. Talagang mahirapan tayo. Unang-una wala tayong pera,” he added. President Rodrigo Duterte says the Philippines needs to be cautious in reviving the economy as it cannot afford a second wave of COVID-19 infections. Photo shows bustling Metro Manila dealing with limited public transportation under the general community quarantine. RAPPLER The President mentioned China, Japan, South Korea, and the United States, which reopened their economy but are now experiencing another wave of COVID-19 cases. “Now what really happened in these countries was that although they opened their economy for money to come in to the government coffers, what happened is there was a spike. They were having a problem of almost a relapse, like relapse in the totality of the number. That is the hard consequence of it,” said Duterte. In his address to the public aired past midnight on Wednesday, Duterte said the country needs to be cautious in reviving its economy as it cannot afford a second wave of COVID-19 infections. Based on the latest data from the Department of Health, the country now has 47,873 confirmed COVID-19 cases along with 1,309 deaths and 12,386 recoveries./PN
The Nationals have acquired catcher Yan Gomes from the Indians, the team announced Friday.The Indians received minor league outfielder Daniel Johnson in return. They will also get pitcher Jefry Rodriguez and a player to be named later. Gomes was an All-Star in 2018 as he hit .266 with 16 home runs and 48 RBIs while throwing out 28.9 percent of base stealers. Washington has been in the market for a catcher since the 2017 offseason.The team reportedly had interest in Marlins catcher JT Realmuto when he requested a trade last offseason. Related News The Nationals have had a disappointing couple of years of production from their catchers as Matt Wieters had one of the worst seasons of his career in 2017-18.Washington did reach an agreement on a two-year deal with catcher Kurt Suzuki earlier this month.The Indians have also reportedly been shopping several of their higher-priced players, including pitchers Corey Kluber and Carlos Carrasco.But, Gomes has two years remaining on his six-year, $23 million deal so trading him would clear up some space as well.Cleveland knows it will have to pay shortstop Francisco Lindor soon, as well as third baseman Jose Ramirez, resulting in the organization trying to get rid of some money so it will be easier to secure those deals. MLB trade rumors: Mets, Mariners deal for Robinson Cano, Edwin Diaz done pending physicals
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