One of the most talked-about highlights in the wake of the annual Summer Camp Music Festival this Memorial Day has been groove rock quartet Aqueous‘s Thursday, 5/25 sunset performance. The set was the first of two full-band slots over the course of the festival (guitarist Mike Gantzer also joined Umphrey’s McGee member Ryan Stasik and Kris Myers for a tribute to Green Day‘s pop-punk classic Dookie), and the Buffalo natives made it count, offering up some incredible improv as well as a couple of very special surprise guests. The previously-planned Dookie set turned out to not be the only Aqueous/Umphrey’s crossover of the weekend, as Aqueous was joined by Umphrey’s keyboardist Joel Cummins as well as moe. drummer Vinnie Amico for a run through Steely Dan‘s 1976 hit “Kid Charlemagne.”You can check out Joel and Vinnie’s guest appearance with Aqueous at Summer Camp below, via Aqueous’s YouTube page:Vinnie Amico, Joel Cummins, and four members of Aqueous are set to take part in the mix-and-match musical mayhem of Brooklyn Comes Alive this coming weekend in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Aqueous’ Mike Gantzer, Dave Loss, Evan McPhaden and Rob Houk are set for a busy Sunday evening at Brooklyn Comes Alive, as the group will join forces with Vinnie Amico and his moe. bandmate, Al Schnier, for an unforgettable collaborative set of choice covers and material from both of the Buffalo bands’ repertoires–appropriately dubbed moe.queous. That collaboration will go down from 8:30-10pm on Sunday, 9/24 at Brooklyn Bowl, one of three simultaneous venues incorporated in the festival.Aqueous Covers Radiohead and Steely Dan With Members of Umphrey’s McGee [Videos/Photos]Gantzer will also be joining Umphrey’s McGee members Kris Myers and Ryan Stasik to reprise their Dookie set from Summer Camp, promising an energized take on the seminal ’94 Green Day LP, such as “When I Come Around,” “Basket Case,” “Longview,” and “Welcome To Paradise.” In addition to recreating Dookie in its entirety, the band will also perform a handful of other rock classics by bands like Ween, Weezer, and The Ramones at Music Hall of Williamsburg from 11:15 pm – 12:30 pm on Sunday night as one of the festival’s final sets.[Cover photo via Phierce Photo by Keith G (Instagram: @PhiercePhoto)]Inspired by the vibrant musical communities of Brooklyn and New Orleans, Brooklyn Comes Alive is set to take place across three venues in Williamsburg, Brooklyn (Brooklyn Bowl, Schimanski, Music Hall of Williamsburg) on September 23rd and 24th. The unique homegrown event puts the focus on the musicians, curating dream team collaborations, tributes, and artist passion projects for two full days of incredible music both new and old.The 2017 lineup is set to include hand-selected band lineups featuring all-star musicians like John Scofield, George Porter Jr. (The Meters), Bernard Purdie, Aron Magner and Marc Brownstein (The Disco Biscuits), Mike Greenfield and Jesse Miller (Lotus), Jason Hann (String Cheese Incident), Alan Evans (Soulive), Cyril Neville (Neville Brothers), Henry Butler, Reed Mathis (Electric Beethoven), Michael League, Nate Werth, Chris Bullock, Robert “Sput” Searight, and Bob Lanzetti (Snarky Puppy), Jennifer Hartswick and Natalie Cressman (Trey Anastasio Band), and scores of others! ***Tickets Are On Sale Now!***To find out more about ticketing, VIP options, and lodging, head to the festival website.
Clifford of Vermont, a Power & Tel company, is pleased to announce that our manufacturing division product, Quik-Pull®, received the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) 2006 Show Stopper Award. Quik-Pull® was chosen by contractors for its innovative approach to the custom cable assembly market during the October 8-10, 2006 NECA Exhibition in Boston, MA. Only 25 exhibitors were awarded this honor for products that stood out from the others and proved to be efficient and productive, saving both time and money.Quik-Pull custom cable assemblies are pre-labeled, color-coded cable assemblies built to specification. Rather than pulling single wires for multiple runs, one assembly is pulled — making jobs quicker and easier. Plus, fewer electricians will be needed — saving time and money. Available specifications include wire type, gauge, color and stranding for building wire, electronic cable, coax cable, fiber optic cable — basically any wiring combination. Quik¬Pull is bundled and shipped within 2 to 3 days.Spiral Assemblies are easy and quick to pull with little chance of hang-up. Straight Assemblies consist of individual conductors that can be easily broken out at intermediate points along the run. Staggered Assemblies should be used when conductors are broken out at specific points in the pull.Tray rated custom jackets are manufactured to specification. A sunlight-resistant PE or water, gas and oil resistant PVC jacket in just about any color can be manufactured and imprinted with any alphanumeric information.Custom Twisted Pairs are specified by length per reel, and are available in a variety of AWGs, wire types and colors. Custom Printing, Marking and Striping is also available.Custom Armoring is available in either interlocked armor of galvanized steel or aluminum. Core material can range from .320 through 3.700. The length of run is limited only by the capacity of a 96 flange diameter reel. The extruded jacket over the interlocked armor is available in a variety of materials, colors and thicknesses.About Clifford of VermontClifford of Vermont is a national stocking distributor of wire, cable, installation hardware, tools and test equipment with over 60 years in business.For more information, contact Clifford at 800-451-4381 – email [email protected](link sends e-mail)www.cliffordvt.com(link is external)
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享S&P Global Market Intelligence ($):Renewables giant Enel SpA is predicting a wave of consolidation in the green energy sector as smaller companies come under financial pressure from the effects of the coronavirus, opening a window for well-financed players to snap up cheap wind and solar assets.“I think the current crisis could potentially open up opportunities, mainly for who has big financial shoulders,” Alberto de Paoli, the Italian utility’s CFO, said on a May 6 earnings call. “It will be possible to identify, towards year-end, those players that managed through the crisis and those that did not,” the CFO said. “A new phase of M&A will arrive — not now, but in the later part of the year.”In the meantime, Enel is expecting the coronavirus crisis to barely dent its own roll-out of new renewables capacity. The company has about 3,200 MW either under construction or ready to build for 2020, with another 400 MW fully permitted. Although impacts from the lockdowns could delay a small share of the capacity, the company expects to catch up with no more than a few months’ delay.The group reported €1.25 billion in profits during the first quarter, a marginal decrease from the prior-year period, although the result was up 11% when excluding one-off impacts. However, total revenues were down 12% to €19.99 billion, partly because coronavirus containment measures led to lower electricity sales in Italy and Spain, two of Enel’s core markets.Since lockdowns were only in effect for the last two weeks of the reporting period, the company expects the impact to be more pronounced in the second quarter. Nevertheless, analysts said the company should see little impact from the crisis, given its largely regulated business and other safeguards.“We continue to believe that networks and renewables growth will be largely unfazed,” analysts at Bernstein wrote in a note ahead of the earnings release. “Exposure to lower power prices is limited via hedging, including an intrinsic hedge embedded in the integrated business models in Italy and Spain.”[Yannic Rack]More ($): Enel predicts ‘new phase of M&A’ after companies emerge from coronavirus crisis Enel says pandemic not likely to slow its renewable energy development plans
President Muhammadu BuhariNigerian President Muhamadu Buhari is in the United states for an official visit being hosted by president Barack Obama.Buhari began his four day day visit in Washington on Sunday where he is expected to hold talks with the President Barack Obama.The two leaders will talk about the threat posed by Islamist extremist group Boko Haram among other issues facing the new government of President Buhari.The U.S. is seeking to assist Nigeria in dealing with the menace that is Boko Haram, the militants, who have intensified their attacks since Buhari took office in May.The two heads of state will also likely discuss proposed political and economic reforms in Nigeria aimed at ending widespread corruption.President Buhari has been accompanied by a 33-man delegation, who will hold consultations with their U.S counterparts, and other events, aimed at building strong Nigeria-U.S relations.Also up for discussion during the visit is how the United States would help Nigeria track billions of stolen assets and increase U.S military assistance.This is Buhari’s first visit to Washington since winning the presidential election in March and assuming office in a rare peaceful transfer of power in Nigeria.Both the U.S. and Nigeria appear eager to improve relations after years of strained ties under President Goodluck Jonathan.Nigerian officials turned down some of the assistance the U.S. offered to combat Boko Haram, even after the militant group sparked international outrage with the kidnapping of more than 200 schoolgirls in May 2014.