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Andy Frasco & The U.N. Adds String Cheese Incident, Galactic, The Motet Members To NOLA Late-Night

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first_imgAndy Frasco & The U.N. has announced a number of high-profile special guests for their late-night performance in New Orleans during Jazz Fest. The show, which will take place on Sunday, May 5th at the Frenchmen Street club, The Maison, will now feature Jason Hann (String Cheese Incident), Lyle Divinsky (The Motet), Maurice Brown (Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals), Shamarr Allen (Galactic), Mike Dillon, and DJ Williams (Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe).Naturally, the guests Frasco has tapped for the late-night are all seasoned veterans of the live music circuit. Jason Hann is one of the most talented percussion players in the world. As a long-time member of the seminal jam band, the String Cheese Incident, Hann’s creativity and precision as a percussionist are both integral to the band’s sound. Similarly dynamic and wildly talented as a percussionist, NOLA local and Garage A Trois member Mike Dillon will also be on hand as a special guest.Lyle Divinsky has cemented himself as one of the best and most reliable male vocalists in the live music community since joining The Motet in 2016. Maurice Brown is simply an incredible trumpet player. Currently on tour with Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals, Brown has previously toured with Tedeschi Trucks Band, as well as with a series of notable rappers and jazz musicians. Brown will play alongside fellow trumpet player, Galactic member and New Orleans native, Shamarr Allen. Allen has collaborated and toured with many iconic musicians, such as Willie Nelson, Patti LaBelle, Harry Connick Jr., and Lenny Kravitz, to name a few.Guitarist D.J. Williams is a secret weapon of sorts. Often flying under the radar, Williams is a wildly talented guitarist. After honing his craft for years as a member of Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, and now as a bandleader with his “Shots Fired” project, Williams has emerged as one of the most talented guitarists in live music today.With all of these guests added to the show, Andy Frasco & The U.N. at The Maison just got a whole lot crazier. Tickets are already on sale via Eventbrite. For a full list of L4LM’s Jazz Fest late-night schedule, click here.last_img read more

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Why feedback should be a priority at your credit union

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first_img 38SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details When feedback is obtained regularly, it’s a valuable source of information that can be helpful in making decisions in many areas of the business. Here are three ways feedback should be used at your credit union.From member to credit union: If you want to provide your members with the best possible products and services to meet the needs in their lives, you need to listen to them. Members have problems, and it’s your job to help solve them. Giving the member what they want is a great way to build loyalty and trust, and feedback is a great way to know if you’re members are satisfied with what you’re providing.From employee to manager: Employees see things you don’t see in the day to day processes in your office. Employees keep things running. If you want your ship to sail as smooth as possible, you need to listen to your employees. Do they have the tools they need to succeed? Could processes be changed to improve the way things work? Listen to your employees. When they feel like their voice matters, they’ll feel valued and appreciated.From manager to employee: Employees want to feel valued. If your team doesn’t feel that you appreciate the great work they do, it doesn’t provide them with the urge to work hard to accomplish those things. On the flip side, if they’re not performing to the level you’d like, they want you to tell them. When a project is successful, let them know it. When they know where they stand, they’ll be inspired to work hard and do amazing things for you.last_img read more

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Jadestone takes over Stag operatorship

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first_imgAustralia’s Quadrant Energy has transferred operatorship of the Stag oil field, offshore Australia, to Jadestone Energy, formerly known as Mitra Energy. In addition, the registered title has passed to Jadestone from Quadrant and Santos, Jadestone said on Monday.The company previously completed its acquisition of the one hundred percent interest in the Stag oil field from sellers, Quadrant and Santos, on November 11, 2016. The transfer of operatorship and registered title has now occurred after completion of the NOPSEMA, (the Australian offshore regulator) regulatory processes and approvals.The field is located in block WA-15-L, 60 kilometers offshore Western Australia in the Carnarvon Basin at a water depth of approximately 47 meters. It has been in production since 1998.Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Paul Blakeley, said, “This is a major milestone for us in delivering our objectives of building a long lived and sustainable business, moving from an exploration-led business to one centered around development and production, and which started with the Stag field acquisition late last year.“We are excited about releasing the full value that we have identified in the asset, maximizing recovery and sustaining production for many years, offering significant benefit for our shareholders. I want to take the opportunity to thank both Quadrant and Santos, as sellers, for their support to the process of operatorship transfer, and to Quadrant especially for its ongoing attention to the safe operations of Stag whilst regulatory approval processes have been running their course.”Mark Robertson, General Manager, Australia said: “The teams offshore and onshore are well prepared for this moment and extremely excited to be in a position to takeover operatorship. Everyone involved in this journey has worked tirelessly to ensure we have a smooth and safe transition and they should all be proud in reaching this point.”last_img read more

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Lisbon to host UCL mini-tournament from quarter final onwards

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first_imgMoscow and Russia had expressed interest but UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin is believed to have knocked the country back due to the high amount of coronavirus cases, while Germany, specifically Frankfurt, was also an option but the feeling was that it would give an advantage to the two Bundesliga sides. Loading… Benfica’s Estadio da Luz hosted the 2014 Champions League final won by Real Madrid, while the Estádio José Alvalade – home to Sporting CP – is another Lisbon ground rated five stars by UEFA | Champions League |Lisbon has been chosen as the host for the remaining Champions League games. The city has two UEFA 5-star ranked stadiums in Estádio da Luz and Estádio José Alvalade.No official confirmation from UEFA as of yet. (Via BILD & CMTV ) pic.twitter.com/dASUuDsCcZ— Próxima Jornada (@ProximaJornada1) June 7, 2020 Currently the competition has only completed four round of 16 fixtures and according to BILD, the final stages of the tournament are to take place across Portugal’s capital city of Lisbon. The country could however press forward and try and host the Europa League final as an alternative. It’s said that Istanbul hosting without any fans in attendance will not be financially viable and so UEFA have decided that the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final of Europe’s premier club competition will take place in the same city. Meanwhile Portugal do not have any representation in the knockout stages, their number of coronavirus case is less concerning and the city of Lisbon also has two high-quality stadiums.center_img Read Also: Lionel Messi passed fit for La Liga restartUEFA are poised to announce the host following a meeting on June 17 and the revised tournament will likely take place in August. The final was slated to take place in Istanbul on 30 May before it was postponed indefinitely by UEFA due to the COVID-19 pandemic. RB Leipzig, Atalanta, Paris Saint-Germain and Atletico Madrid are all through to the last eight, with four of the last 16 second still legs to be played. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The city of Lisbon is set to host a Champions League mini-tournament in a bid to finally finish the delayed competition.last_img read more

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