Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Teams With Nugs.net, Releases New Orleans Soundboards

first_imgJoe Russo’s Almost Dead has been tearing it up recently, as evidenced by their smokin’ New Orleans run at the Joy Theater on the heels of their arena debut in Colorado earlier in the month. Clearly, the group has been thinking of new ways to innovate and keep the fan experience fresh. Yesterday, the band announced their new partnership with nugs.net to allow fans to stream their live shows.Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Ends New Orleans Run With A Bang [Photos]However, to those of us who live for Almost Dead’s soundboards on archive.org, fret not. The band will continue to release their shows for free download and streaming via archive.org. “Our intent is to duplicate our “Band Released” content that currently exists on Archive.org on nugs.net as well. As we record, mix & master more shows, they too will find their traditional home on Archive as well as a new home at http://nugs.net/app/,” said a statement on Joe Russo’s Almost Dead’s Facebook page.To coincide with this announcement and to prove the group was serious about still releasing all their soundboards for free, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead released their recent New Orleans shows on May 6th and 7th from the Joy Theatre. You can take a listen below, or head over to nugs.net to take them on the go.[Photo: Dave Vann]Joe Russo’s Almost Dead | Joy Theater | New Orleans, LA | 5/6/2017Set One (10:00PM – 11:22PM): Greatest Story > Scarlet Begonias -> Help On The Way -> Slipknot! -> Fire On The Mountain, Gonesville -> Not Fade AwaySet Two (11:38PM – 12:56AM): Lost Sailor @ -> Saint Of Circumstance #,  Althea -> Jam -> Truckin $ -> Tennessee Jed %Encore: BerthaNotes:@ – With a Tease from TH that I missed, but Sean thinks it was The Beatles, maybe Day Tripper?# – With “Head Over Heels” (Tears for Fears) Teases (MB & TH)$ – With Born Cross Eyed Teases (TH)% – With a “Chop Sticks” (Euphemia Allen under the pseudonym Arthur de Lulli) Tease (MB)Joe Russo’s Almost Dead | Joy Theater | New Orleans, LA | 5/7/2017Set One (10:02PM – 11:25PM): Samson & Delilah -> Jack Straw > Loser -> Vampire Blues -> Throwing Stones @ > Stella Blue # -> The Music Never Stopped $Set Two (11:57PM – 1:25AM): Ruben & Cherise % -> I Know You Rider ^ -> Let It Grow -> Tico Tico & -> Let It Grow Reprise -> Eyes Of The World $ > Dancing In The Streets * -> Franklin’s TowerEncore:  Brokedown PalaceNotes:@ – With “Ticket To Ride” (The Beatles) Tease (TH), a Duo Jam, an Unknown Tease (TH & MB) & a China>Rider Transition Tease (Band)# – With a Throwin Stones Tease (SM)$ – With a Stella Blue Tease (TH)% – With a “Who Are You” (The Who) Tease (Band)^ – With a “Midnight Rider” (The Allman Brothers Band) Tease (TH)& – Zequinha de Abreu Cover (Full Title is “Tico-Tico no Fubá”), First Time Played by Almost Dead* – With a “Fame” (David Bowie) Tease (DD) & a “Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough” (Michael Jackson) Tease (MB)last_img read more

Samskip Takes the Lead in Autonomous, Zero-Emission Containership Project

first_imgMultimodal operator Samskip has been named lead partner in SeaShuttle, a project aiming at developing autonomous, zero-emission containerships that also compete on cost.“Samskip is delighted to take the lead in the project to develop next generation sustainable shortsea shipping,” Are Grathen, MD Samskip Norway, commented.The announcement coincides with the award of EUR 6 million (USD 6.8 million) of Norwegian government money to SeaShuttle project to take forward the development of two all-electric ships.To connect Poland, Swedish west coast ports and the Oslo fjord, the vessels will draw on hydrogen fuel cells for their propulsion power.“What distinguishes this project and will be key to its success is the combination of fuel and technology that will make it cost competitive with existing solutions. With our trusted project partners, we are convinced that such ambitions are realistic,” Grathen explained.Grathen said that aspirations for sustainability are best encouraged by door-to-door services that provided cost-effective and scalable competition with truck-ferry options, feeding into a pan-European distribution network. Automation of key shipboard activities would also bring cost savings.“Exporters increasingly seek lower and even zero emissions transport solutions, but they need to be assured on reliability, frequency, efficiency and cost effectiveness,” according to Grathen.“Once operational, there is no reason why zero emissions ships should not target the 2,000 truck loads passing through Norwegian ports every day,” he added.SeaShuttle is one of six initiatives included in PILOT-E, an EUR 100 million-plus scheme involving the Research Council, Innovation Norway and Enova, aiming to bring solutions for the climate-neutral industries of the future to market more quickly. SeaShuttle funding came from four Norwegian ministries.Other SeaShuttle partners include logistics consultant FlowChange, technology group Kongsberg Maritime, hydrogen integrator HYON and Massterly, a Kongsberg Maritime/Wilhelmsen venture developing autonomous vessel solutions.“Green shipping is a sector where Norway can be world leader in new and green technology. The conversion is underway, for example with many electric ferries. This year’s PILOT-E awards show that there are exciting plans to make shipping more environmentally friendly,” Anita Krohn Traaseth, CEO, Innovation Norway, said.“This is an important milestone on the long sailing to make the maritime sector emission free. We believe hydrogen and fuel cells are the future for large and long-distance ships, and we need projects like this in order to solve technical and practical issues,” Marius Gjerset, Technology Manager, Zero Emission Resource Organisation (ZERO), pointed out.Final SeaShuttle ports of call are yet to be determined, but it is already known that the fuel cell technology will convert hydrogen into power for propulsion in a process where electrolysis is envisaged as taking place in a Norwegian port.For the moment, the project envisages zero emissions during 20% of a round trip between Poland and the Oslo Fjord – sufficient for all operations in Norwegian waters. That proportion will grow as more stations fill hydrogen along the route.last_img read more