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]
Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 3, 2016 View Comments Emmy winner Megan Mullally and Veronica Dunne were all about the kibbles and bits when they attended Broadway’s hilarious comedy Sylvia. Mullally was on hand to visit her former It’s Only a Play co-star Matthew Broderick. Meanwhile, Dunn, known to Disney fans as the star of K.C. Undercover, and her boyfriend, Under the Dome’s Max Ehrich, shared some warm fuzzies with the show’s title canine (a.k.a. Tony winner Annaleigh Ashford). To all Sylvia visitors we say, “Hey, hey, hey, hey!” (That’s dogspeak for “What’s up?!”) Related Shows Sylvia
MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has signed an order for the fabrication, engineering and project management of a complete subsea mooring and riser system with the Bangladesh-based company, Summit LNG Terminal.The MacGregor system will serve Summit’s floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU), with the delivery of MacGregor’s services will be completed in the fourth quarter 2018.This order is part of a project to support Summit LNG Terminal’s development of Bangladesh’s power-supply infrastructure, MacGregor said on Wednesday.The MacGregor equipment for the FSRU includes mooring connectors, as well as project management for the fabrication, procurement and project management of the complete subsea mooring and riser system. The FSRU will be ready for operation on the site during the first quarter of 2019.The floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) will be provided by Excelerate Energy on a 15-year charter agreement and will be located at Moheskhali.The liquefied natural gas import terminal will be a part of Summit Power International’s $1 billion gas-to-power project that would add 3,000 MW of power production capacity.
IBF Lightweight Champion Richard Commey has confirmed the inclusion of renowned American boxing manager Keith Connolly to his management team.This comes a few hours after the Ghanaian denied reports suggesting the said appointment.The 31 year old took to his official twitter handle to confirm the news, with Connolly set to work alongside Commey’s longtime manager Michael Amoo-Bediako. Connolly also manages Daniel Jacobs, Adam Kownacki, Sergey Derevyanchenko and Marcus Brown.Commey was slated to fight unified champion Vasyl Lomachenko in April before suffering a hand injury in his title clinching bout against Russian Isa Chaniev back in February.
Many of the senior management teams at our expansion stage portfolio companies have had or continue to have problems finding the right middle managers in sales and marketing.I found that many fail because of lack of process, lack of training, and were generally promoted or hired because they were just good sales people. Great individual contributors may JUST be that, individual contributors.I thought I would share an article I recently read that focuses on these reasons. Whether you are looking for investors to help you finance this role or not, I thought it would be valuable to read.Six reason why sales managers fail.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis