The Chris Robinson Brotherhood has announced the second leg to an extensive fall tour schedule, with stops ranging from East Coast to West! The band previously announced a fall tour throughout September into early October, and the new dates kick off in the beginning of November and range through the middle of December.Additionally, the band has confirmed that they will be hitting the studio in early 2016 to record a brand new album. The group has been performing new tunes throughout their recent tour appearances, so expect a heavy-hitting album to drop next year.The new leg of the fall tour includes stops in Asheville, Atlanta, Brooklyn, Washington DC, Los Angeles, San Francisco and more. Check out the full tour dates below, with new shows in bold!Chris Robinson Fall Tour ScheduleAugust 29 – Nederland, CO – NedFestSeptember 11 – Arrington, VA – LOCKN’ Festival *September 12 – Charlotte, NC – The Chop ShopSeptember 13 – Nag’s Head – Kelly’sSeptember 16 – New York, NY – Central Park SummerStage *September 18 – Buffalo, NY – The Town BallroomSeptember 19 & 20 – Cleveland, OH – Beachland Ballroom & TavernSeptember 22 – Louisville, KY – Mercury BallroomSeptember 24 – Cincinnati, OH – 20th Century TheaterSeptember 25 – Geneva, NY – Smith Opera HouseSeptember 26 – Wappingers Falls, NY – Speed of Sound FestivalSeptember 27 – Millvale, PA – Mr. Smalls TheatreSeptember 29 – Pontiac, MI – Crofoot BallroomOctober 1 – St. Louis, MO – Old Rock HouseOctober 2 – Chicago, IL – Thalia HallOctober 3 – Madison, WI – Majestic TheatreOctober 4 – Milwaukee, WI – Turner Hall BallroomOctober 6 – Nashville, TN – 3rd & LindsleyOctober 8 – Birmingham, AL – Iron CityOctober 9 – Jackson, MS – Duling HallOctober 10 – New Orleans, LA – Tipitina’sOctober 13 – Baton Rouge, LA – Varsity TheatreOctober 15 – Houston, TX – Warehouse Live **October 16 – Austin, TX – Scoot Inn **October 17 – Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey Bar ’N’ GrillNovember 3 – Asheville, NC – The Orange PeelNovember 5 – Atlanta, GA – The Variety PlayhouseNovember 6 – Charleston, SC – The Music FarmNovember 7 & 8 – Raleigh, NC – Lincoln TheatreNovember 17 – Washington, DC – 9:30 ClubNovember 19, 20 & 21 – Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn BowlNovember 22 – Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of the Living ArtsDecember 3 – Napa, CA – City WineryDecember 4 – Sacramento, CA – Harlow’sDecember 5 – Crystal Bay, NV – Crystal Bay Club Crown RoomDecember 6 – Santa Cruz, CA – Coconut GroveDecember 9 – Los Angeles, CA – El Rey TheatreDecember 10 – Santa Barbara, CA – Lobero TheatreDecember 11 & 12 – San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore* w/ Phil Lesh & Friends ** w/ Leftover Salmon
Source: VELO3DSapphire AM PrinterNew investors Piva, a San Francisco-based venture capital firm, and TNSC joined the round, along with existing investors Bessemer Venture Partners, Playground, and Khosla Ventures.VELO3D, headquartered in Silicon Valley and founded five years ago, has now raised $138m in financing in total. The new funding, which comes during a time when global manufacturing has slowed due to the coronavirus pandemic, will be used to expand VELO3D’s product portfolio to include more machine options, compatible alloys, and enhanced software and hardware capabilities.“With the VELO3D integrated solution of Flow™ advanced pre-print software, Sapphire™ printer, and Assure™ quality management software, companies can finally break free of the constraints of existing metal additive manufacturing processes,” said Benny Buller, Founder and CEO of VELO3D.“Customers in industries such as aerospace, oil and gas, and power generation are now able to achieve part quality for their mission-critical applications with performance levels that weren’t possible before with 3D metal printing.”VELO3D signed an exclusive distribution agreement with TNSC in December 2019. As part of that deal, TNSC represents VELO3D in Japan through sales and service of VELO3D‘s integrated solution of hardware and software – the Sapphire® machine, Flow™ pre-print preparation software, and Assure™ quality control and assurance software.Buller said in December, “Our mission is to enable OEMs in our key market verticals to gain trust in 3D metal printing as a dependable manufacturing technology. Our end-to-end solution enables users to adopt additive manufacturing without extensive redesign, increasing the viability of 3D metal printing of existing parts. We believe TNSC is the best representative of this message in Japan, based on their unique expertise in welding processes, heat treatment and gas optimisation.”In the first year of commercialisation of the Sapphire printer in 2019, VELO3D generated nearly $30m in sales and gained seven new customers, according to VELO3D.Piva is the largest investor in the new round and has a strong heritage in industrial markets, as they are backed by Malaysia-based PETRONAS.
In a response to yesterday’s protest by some stakeholders at Caymanas Park, the promoters, Supreme Ventures Racing and Entertainment Limited (SVREL), said in a release that they understand the frustrations being experienced by members of the racing community as the country goes through the fight against the COVID-19 challenge. The release added: “This is an unprecedented time, and industries across the country are being challenged to ensure that operations remain viable. We have employed various strategies to maintain business continuity, and our recently scaled-down operations are in keeping with the available resources at this time. “SVREL has explored several measures, including spectator-less horse racing, and has met with the Government, the Project Monitoring Committee and horse-racing stakeholders, to have further discussions regarding reopening business operations. “We will continue to abide by the protocols implemented by the Jamaican Government to protect the country, and reopen racing at Caymanas Park as soon as we are allowed to do so in a comprehensive manner.”
from the Bears gameFrom the pastHow much added performance is JP getting by having his sleeve shorter to the point where it can’t accomodate the vector on the white portion like it did here? Share on other sites Go To Topic Listing VandyDelphia Mike Sports Logo News SportsLogos.Net Multiple decades of nerding out to sports logos! Location:Michigan Location:Boston, MA 805 Hat Boy who is J.P. Losman?Bahahaha.This just further reaffirms to me that the Bills unis suck, and they should NOT be wearing black shoes. 0 888 Link to post Members 888 172 Link to post Share this post 0 Less, but better. Favourite Logos:70s/80s Phillies, Swingin’ Friar, Tulane angry wave, 76ers Ben Franklin dribbling, 80s Milwaukee Bucks, Detroit Tigers D, UNC Tarred Heel, Gritty Link to post All Activity By VandyDelphia Mike, October 10, 2006 in Sports Logo News Sports Logo News 22 888 Forums Home Hat Boy Location:Havertown, PA 172 speedy Location:Boston, MA Location:Chicago, IL Share on other sites Members Share this post whitedawg22 2,203 posts Sign in to follow this speedy Chazberg Followers 0 422 Members This topic is now closed to further replies. Share on other sites Members Recommended Posts Posted October 10, 2006 whitedawg22 0 Link to post who is J.P. Losman? 2,396 posts 805 172 All Activity Sports Logos Share this post 805 Losman’s Reebok vector 422 Share this post Posted October 10, 2006 22 VandyDelphia Mike SportsLogos.Net Sports Logos 2,008 posts Posted October 10, 2006 Share on other sites How much added performance is JP getting by having his sleeve shorter to the point where it can’t accomodate the vector on the white portion like it did here?If short sleeves are helping his performance, I’d hate to think how bad he’d be with the long sleeves of the Jack Kemp era. Losman’s Reebok vector Sign in to follow this Posted October 10, 2006 Posted October 10, 2006 Personally, I think it looked much better when the sleeves were long enough to put the navy vector in the white portion. Now it just looks like a bird pooped on his shoulder. 0 4,341 posts 22 Forums Home Followers 0 Share this post Share on other sites 0 Members 2,347 posts Losman’s Reebok vector Chazberg 422 Link to post