Leon Bridges was the featured musical guest on Wednesday night’s episode of The Late Late Show with James Corden. The performance of the lively song “If It Feels Good” acted as Bridges’ latest promotional appearance behind his 2018 sophomore album, Good Thing.Related: Pilgrimage Festival Announces 2019 Lineup: Foo Fighters, Leon Bridges, Nathaniel Rateliff, MoreBridges wore a stylish mix of bellbottoms with a white cowboy-style hat (he is from Texas) for his performance on the popular late-night talk show. The 29-year-old singer kept himself almost intimately close to his microphone throughout the majority of the performance, but like the showman he is, found a way to sprinkle in a few subtle but fun dance moves here and there. Check out the televised performance below:Leon Bridges – “If It Feels Good” [Video: The Late Late Show with James Corden]Leon Bridges was on tour for much of 2018 alongside artists like Khruangbin and Jon Batiste in the promotion of his latest studio album. He’ll remain on the road with more performances scheduled for the 2019 spring months with support from Jess Glynne. Some of the material featured on Bridges’ 2018 album was even strong enough to find its way onto former President Barack Obama‘s “Best of 2018” compilation list.Bridges’ next show is scheduled for April 11th at Charlotte, NC’s Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre. Fans can head to Bridges’ website for tickets and tour info.
Norwegian shipping company GC Rieber Shipping said that Germany-based wind turbine manufacturer Senvion has decided to extend the firm period of charter for the construction support vessel (CSV) Polar Queen until December 6, 2017.In addition, Senvion has the option to extend the charter further by up to 3 weeks.The previously agreed firm period, announced in July last year, was set to end October 13, 2017. CSV Polar Queen was then chartered to support turbine commission by Senvion at the Nordsee One wind farm in the German North Sea.The firm extension and new options replace the previously agreed options, the Oslo-listed GC Rieber noted.Subsea World News Staff