Beloved rock n’ soulers the Alabama Shakes performed at the Ascend Amphitheatre in Nashville, TN two nights ago, April 21st. Of course, the performance came just hours after the news of Prince’s death broke, closing an unforgettable chapter in music history. Just last year, the worlds of Prince and the Alabama Shakes collided, as Prince invited the Shakes to his Paisley Park mansion for a performance. He even sat in with them and played a roaring guitar solo on the bluesy song “Gimme All Your Love.”Naturally, when the Shakes set up to perform the blues number, they dimmed the lights to a haunting shade of purple, and allowed for Brittany Howard to speak about the lost legend. “We lost another great treasure today,” she said. “It was very unfortunate, and very sad news when we heard it. I’d like to dedicate this song right here to Prince, because this is a song that he played with us. I just want to let him know we love him, we miss him, and God bless him. May he rest in peace.”While the band didn’t join so many others in playing Prince’s music, they certainly felt the loss just as strongly as any other. Check out some fan-shot videos from the performance below:Don’t Wanna FightI Ain’t The Same[Via The Tennessean]
By Dialogo December 19, 2012 During the operations conducted by Army soldiers against illegal mining organizations, a clandestine refinery was neutralized in Nariño department on December 15. The military action was developed by members of the Army’s Pegaso Task Force, who managed to locate and destroy an illegal refinery used by terrorists from the FARC’s “Daniel Aldana” front for processing stolen regional oil. The events took place in the municipality of Tumaco, where the military found the improvised refinery, 4,252 liters of oil, 189 liters of gasoline, a pool, 50 meters of metal piping, and 120 meters of plastic hose. The materials were seized and brought before the authorities in charge.
Altenar: Supporting expansion plans in Denmark and Portugal August 20, 2020 Morten Tonnesen – BetWarriorNew industry incumbent BetWarrior has teamed up with Danish digital product studio Shape (Shape.dk) to launch its fully native, mobile-first gaming platform, meeting Apple’s strict new guidelines for indexing on its App Store.BetWarrior details that its mobile platform has been launched for LATAM markets, as the business seeks regional operator partnerships.Working with development studio Shape, BetWarrior details that it has delivered a mobile platform ‘100% focused on customer experience with no legacy restrictions’.Morten Tonnesen, co-founder and CEO of BetWarrior, said: “Apple’s new guidelines will create difficulties for operators stuck on legacy platforms that lack the agility to adapt. This is a constant theme for those looking to enter newly-regulating markets across the world.“This is why we have invested heavily, and worked closely with Shape, to build a new type of gaming platform that is native mobile and can deliver a much richer customer experience – the same goal that Apple has with its new guidelines.“With our platform already live under the BetWarrior brand, we are looking forward to growing both our consumer and B2B footprints over the coming months.”In its product notes, BetWarrior outlines that the platform has been built mirroring an adapted version of the Shape-provided platform currently operating at scale with the Danish government operator Danske Spil.This June, BetWarrior announced strong progress on its enterprise ambitions, with the betting group confirming that it had teamed up with Stockholm listed technology group Kambi Plc as lead betting systems provider.Nicolas Linde – ShapeBacking BetWarrior ambitions, Nicolas Linde, partner at Shape, said: “The recent announcement from Apple has rightly caused concern among those operating legacy products that will fall foul of the new guidelines.“But this change is not a great surprise for us at Shape. Apple has previously indicated a preference for native applications, and we believe the medium offers a more immersive experience for the player.“This is why we have focused on building a best-in-class native mobile application for the igaming sector, and we are delighted to see it rolled out by such an innovative and exciting new partner as BetWarrior.”BetWarrior was founded by former PokerStars executives Morten Tonnesen and José del Pino with the aim of creating a mobile-first gaming platform, seeking to attract major investment from both within and beyond the gambling sector. Share Belgian Pro League live betting streaming deal for Stats Perform August 21, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon Submit Brazil appoints agencies to accelerate Sports Betting launch August 21, 2020 Share