Alain JEAN-MARIE “Be Bop” Trio

Alain JEAN-MARIE “Be Bop” Trio
Event on 2017-08-17 21:00:00

L'accompagnateur le plus recherché et apprécié à Paris, il a croisé le fer avec les plus grands : Benny Golson, Steve Grossman, Chet Baker, Johnny Griffin, Barney Wilen, Dee Dee Bridgewater… Malgré sa légendaire discrétion, il est le gardien de cette tradition be bop, réputé pour ses silences, l'art de suggérer et sa quête permanente de la note bleue. Une pointure.

Alain Jean Marie, one of the best sideman of the greatest american jazzmen, presents his “Biguine Reflections” project, a tribute to the “wabap” standards…

at Sunset-Sunside Jazz Club
60 Rue des Lombards
Paris, France

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The Power of Salt Brine – Toledo, OH

The Power of Salt Brine – Toledo, OH
Event on 2017-08-29 09:30:00
THE POWER OF SALT BRINE Snow and ice control contractors are always searching for ways to make their businesses more efficient and profitable.  The use of salt brine as a liquid ice control strategy improves the effectiveness of your ice control operations, reduces salt usage, improves profitability, reduces liability and is less damaging to customer's properties and the environment.  This seminar will begin with a discussion about the basics of liquid ice control and include a comprehensive approach to develop the most effective and profitable ice control strategy for your business including tips on how to sell liquid ice control to your clients.  Here are some of the main topics covered: Return on Investment – Discover how you can save money by adding salt brine to your operations and increase profitability. How to Sell Your Customer – Learn how you can sell a liquid ice control program to your Clients and build it into their contract. Litigation – Contractors will hear how they can reduce the potential risk of liability by using liquid ice control techniques. Environmental Impact – Learn about the current impact of salting and why we must improve our practices to protect water supplies and avoid costly repairs.  Also, learn about potential legislation that may impact ice control contractors. About the Presenters:   Daniel Gilliland has been working and innovating in the snow and ice industry for well over 20 years. Starting as a sub-contractor in 1994, he quickly rose to manage snow removal for the largest snow company in the country in 1996. In an effort to become more efficient, Daniel utilized his understanding of the management of snow removal and created a proprietary snow removal tracking software system. This system enabled him to monitor his fleet of snow removal professionals in real time for maximum efficiency fulfilling contracts and supporting billing. In 2003, Daniel earned a Certified Snow Contractor (CSP) certification through the Snow & Ice Management Association (SIMA). Daniel created two companies in 2004; Snowfighters, a top 100 snow and ice contractor company and CrewTracker Software ™. His record of innovation and experience in the industry lead to his nomination to become President of SIMA in 2011. Daniel sold his two companies in 2012 and 2013 respectively. He now works professionally educating commercial snow and ice contractors throughout the country on the effectiveness of ice control using liquid applications in addition to the numerous financial and environmental benefits.   Pam Buckley joined the SnowEx team in 2010 where she has leveraged her diverse project management skills to drive growth and product quality.  As a key stakeholder she plays a pivotal role in the market research and business case development for SnowEx Liquid Solutions projects focusing on emerging technologies and industry trends in both the private and public sectors.    Due to her expertise in liquid snow and ice control Pam has been invited to speak at numerous snow industry events including the Snow and Ice Management Association Symposium, American Public Works Association Snow Show and the University of NH – Dept. of Environmental Services Green SnowPro Certification Program.  She has published articles on a variety of topics related to liquid applications and sustainability relative to snow industry practices and developed the SnowEx online Liquid Training Program.    In 2017 Pam was named Sustainability Manager for Douglas Dynamics Commercial Snow and Ice Division and is currently conducting training seminars on a variety of subjects related to liquids and traveling nationwide to speak on the issue of sustainability relative to the impacts of winter services and how liquid approaches can mitigate those impacts.  

at Cabela’s Sporting Goods
110 Cabela Boulevard East
Dundee, United States

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Meat Wave

Meat Wave
Event on 2017-08-08 21:00:00
with Rad Payoff
In late 2014, Meat Waves 24-year-old frontman Chris Sutter found himself facing the end of the relationship he had been in since he was 12 years old. "When youre in something like that for so long, it doesnt shield you from the world, but it softens your reality," he explains. "A long relationship like that gives you confidence." He likens the experience of being single for the first time in his adult life to being an Amish kid on Rumspringa. "I was just going nuts, making all the mistakes that you could make. It made for a really whack, fucked up time-very confused, always unsure-and that led to a bunch of shit," Sutter laughs grimly.The Chicago punks had already made their second album Delusion Moon, a hardcore blast that castigated the weak excuses we ply for poor behaviour. That would come out in 2015. In the interim, Sutter started keeping a notebook to try and document the profound mood swings and torrents of anxiety that he was experiencing in the wake of the split, writing stream-of-consciousness poems about his feelings from day to day, city to city. One term kept coming out: The Incessant."I think that was the best way to describe this feeling-and I think a lot of people can attest to this-of this overwhelming, oncoming emotion," says Sutter. "Feeling overwhelmed by the biggest thing going on in your life and the smallest fucking thing: theyre all oncoming, like dominos. Its a swelling. A pyramid. A crescendo. It stems from living recklessly. And selfishly. And regrettably. During this phase of my life, this feeling would come up a lot-out to dinner with my dad, in the van on tour-and I never used to have this kind of anxiety."Putting a name on it made Sutter feel a bit better. The Incessant became both the title and guiding light for Meat Waves third album, but not before some wobbles on Sutters part. Whereas Meat Waves previous albums had meted out judgements on the world, now he was writing brutally unvarnished lyrics about himself: about his self-indulgence, arrogance, fear of the future, isolation, and feeling totally at the whim of uncontrollable emotions. On tour for Delusion Moon, he began reflecting on the "grey cloud" he felt the material would cast over Meat Waves past and future. "I got cold feet," he says. "I had never written music that was this personal and confrontational with the self. I expressed to the others that I wanted to scrap the songs and start over, which they respected. I was uncomfortable to share songs with people that reflected on a destructive period in my life." But despite Sutters conviction, something in the back of his head told him he would be a fool to abandon the material."There was this realisation that I felt like the music I had written prior to this was more of a defence mechanism of sorts by not writing about what was going on in my life and not confronting myself, and instead looking outward at other people and what they were doing," he says. "There are artists like Fiona Apple who I love and always look to-she bares herself and her soul and is so honest about her life, whats going on with her emotionally. I realised I could either write something that doesnt mean as much to me or I could write what means absolutely everything to me. I couldnt keep doing the same thing. I had to try and grow as a writer and musician."And thank god he did. The Incessant is a bracing, emotional punk record that confronts taking responsibility for your actions with dark humour and self-deprecation, drawing influence from acts like The Breeders, Hot Snakes, Drive Like Jehu, and, yes, Fiona Apple, as much as Franz Kafkas Metamorphosis, Jeffrey Eugenides Middlesex and the poems of Emily Dickinson and Sutters friend Hannah Gamble. On that literary tip, Sutter majored in journalism, and says his studies applied here more than ever. "I had this amazing professor whose whole thing was-and its very simple, but it stuck with me-what were doing is trying to uncover the truth, or truths. I applied that exactly to what was going on with me, because I tended to run away from the truth or ignore it."He cites the assaultive vocals and terse riffs of opener "To Be Swayed" as one of the truest realisations of that impulse. "My only question going into that song was, why the hell am I so wishy-washy and so controlled by my very changing emotions? Trying to describe your true feelings is really difficult, really exhausting, but I feel like I really nailed what I was experiencing." That wave of changing emotions is evident across The Incessant: Sutter is self-lacerating on "Mask" (written in a 10-minute blast after seeing Thee Oh Sees live), the choppy "Bad Man", and the spiny, drawling "Leopard Print Jet Ski", whose ace title came from looking an old friend up on Facebook one day, to find him bragging about having bought precisely such a thing. "I loved everything about the phrase," says Sutter. "How it looked, the imagery. It stuck with me, and I viewed the leopard print jet ski as a metaphor for liberation and freedom and confidence. The song is this ironic first-person narrative of fucking taking the leopard print jet ski out and getting away from everything, in a very selfish, wrong way. Its a metaphor for how I was living my life, and much like a lot of other songs on the album, running away from my problems."Elsewhere on The Incessant, Sutter exposes his most vulnerable side. Sounding like a less jubilant Japandroids track, "Tomosaki" is a nakedly sincere love song to the cat that he lost in the split, written while ugly-crying on the floor of the shared apartment he was about to leave behind. "Entranced by the mist of life / Does he sense Ive gone awry? / My guy / Let him roam outside / Meditate on his afterlife," Sutter roars. "That was huge for me as a songwriter. Ive never written a song like that. I think thats the power of something that touches you so deeply, like a cat that youre not going to be able to see any more." On the Ella Fitzgerald-inspired lament "Birdland" and rampaging snippet "At The Lake"-propelled by drummer Ryan Wizniaks stark charge-he reflects on a loss of innocence, and ultimately finds serenity.Bassist Joe Gac produced Meat Waves previous records, but for The Incessant, the three-piece achieved their dream of working with legendary Chicago engineer Steve Albini, tracking and mixing the album in just four days. "Between his music and the things hes done, bands hes recorded, hes the real deal," says Sutter. "I dont know if Joe would admit this, but the way he works and records, hes like a student of Albini. It felt like the next step for us, and it was a good, quick, raw experience." Albinis famed dynamic range is best heard in "Killing The Incessant", the records epic, raging crescendo of a closing song. "Incessant / Tried to see it / Ended eaten / Though now fear couldnt blanket me / No hand / Discriminates the other / Heres to killing / The Incessant / I dont need it / Heres to killing / The Incessant is defeated", Sutter rails in stark, stabbing fragments. A tumult of noise churns, before giving way to a peaceful fingerpicked acoustic pattern."Towards the end of writing this album, I began to wonder exactly what The Incessant sounded like," says Sutter. "Like, can I soundtrack that feeling? So thats how the crescendo came about. All that fucking tension. It was about shedding the ego. I think as humans we have more control than maybe we choose to believe sometimes. So this is trying to put it all at ease. Reject the fear and shame and the things that arent relative to my betterment and wellbeing. The acoustic ditty at the end is the sigh of relief. And a moving-forward of sorts."Of sorts. In July 2016, Sutter was due in Denver to be best man at his fathers wedding. The week prior to departing, he started feeling the same minor stomach pains that had plagued him (and which he had ignored) a year earlier. Upon boarding the plane, the sensation intensified; once he landed in Denver, he couldnt sleep from vomiting and shitting all night long. His new girlfriend suggested that it might be his appendix, so they took a trip to the emergency room. After a CT scan, the doctor confirmed Sutters girlfriends suspicions, and said they had to remove the appendix-which was two to three times larger than it should have been-immediately."I woke up unable to walk, or move," says Sutter. "It was the most physically traumatic experience of my life. I spent five days in the hospital-basically our entire vacation-and missed the wedding. The doctor told us that it was in the top five worst appendectomies shed ever seen, and that I could have died if Id waited any longer. I guess Id had a ruptured appendix for about an entire year, and it had ruptured again this past summer."Recovery took months, though he played shows against his better judgement. Sutters final face-off with The Incessant, that long, dark year of staring his darkest parts in the face, gave him a lot more empathy for the people he used to slam in songs in the past. "In general, writing about what I was going through made me more of a compassionate kind of person," he says. "I think theres a lot more to uncover within the self than to look outward at whats going on and annoying you around you." Another grim laugh. "I wouldnt want to write a song bashing anyone, besides myself."

at Mississippi Studios
3939 North Mississippi Avenue
Portland, United States

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Event on 2017-09-28 20:30:00

Dope D.O.D. (NLD) • Electro hip hop dubstep
Révélé en 2011 grâce à leur clip What Happened, Dope D.O.D. ne cesse depuis de faire grandir sa réputation. Explosant les vues sur YouTube, faisant gronder les scènes des plus grands festivals d’Europe et enchaînant les featurings avec les plus grands noms, les deux néerlandais se renouvellent continuellement. S’ils évoluent dans un hip-hop hardcore et dubstep, ils le colorent de différents horizons musicaux. Et si on retrouve des clins d’œil et des influences de l’âge d’or du hip hop, ils n’oublient pas d’être contemporains et d’insuffler à leur rap de la trap ou de la drum’n’bass. Le flow agressif et venimeux du collectif est nourri par une esthétique gore, affichée à la fois sur scène, dans leurs clips et sur les pochettes de leurs albums. Ne comptez pas sur eux pour faire dans la dentelle.

at L’Autre Canal

Nancy-sur-Cluses, France

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Inspiring Enterprise Network Club, Basingstoke

Inspiring Enterprise Network Club, Basingstoke
Event on 2017-07-26 10:00:00
We are delighted to announce the second of our monthly Enterprise Clubs exclusively for clients of the Inspiring Enterprise Project. These informal events will take place on the last Wednesday of each month, in a different area of the M3 Corridor each time and will give you an opportunity to listen to mini seminars on topics such as social Media and Digital Marketing, talk to people who have been in your position and now run successful companies, and network and connect with each other. This event will be held in Proteus Creation Space in Baisngstoke and this months speaker is Mark Persaud who is the founder of Divine Aesthetic. A Design and Marketing Agency who look after all areas of digital marketing, web design and development and branding. Mark is looking forward to answering your questions.  

at Proteus Creation Space
Council Road
Basingstoke, United Kingdom

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The Women’s Club with elevator pitch at Home House

The Women’s Club with elevator pitch at Home House
Event on 2017-07-26 19:00:00
The Women's Club brings together like-minded professional women who like to share tips, exchange ideas and connect with each other ******* ******* ******** ******** ******** ******** ******** ******** This is the format of the evening. 7pm to 8pm. – Informal mix and mingling. 8pm to 8.30pm – Up to 15 guests will pitch their services, goods, ideas, or simply introduce themselves to the audience. Each pitch will last no more than 60 seconds (If you wish to pitch, book a ticket for the elevator pitch) 8.30pm onwards.  – More networking   ******* ******* ******** ******** ******** ******** ******** ******** The event is strictly for women only and it is meant to create a very pleasant, informal and relaxed environment for women who like to connect with other women, either for business reasons or social reasons, or both. The great majority of the expected guests have a public profile on LinkedIn and we recommend having the LinkedIn App installed in order to connect on the evening. Those who wish will also be able to leave their details to be circulated post event with the other attendees.  ******* ******* ******** ******** ******** ******** ******** ******** The event is held at Home House. Home House is London's most exclusive private members’ club. It has won the award for the Best Members Club in 2015 at the London Lifestyle Awards. Occupying a terrace of Georgian townhouses in elegant Portman Square in the heart of London, members and guests enjoy the splendour of 18th Century architecture and the opulence of neo-classical design in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere; it’s a true Home from Home. ******* ******* ******** ******** ******** ******** ******** ******** Due to Council regulations, no tickets can be sold on the door for this event. In addition to this, we expect the event to be sold out before the actual event date. We do need to strongly encourage early booking to avoid disappointment  ******* ******* ******** ******** ******** ******** ******** ********

at Home House
20 Portman Square
City of London, United Kingdom

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2nd Payer Partnership Forum (EXL)

2nd Payer Partnership Forum (EXL)
Event on 2017-11-02 08:00:00
DESCRIPTION Patients, healthcare plans, and providers are challenged with tremendous uncertainty and are facing sweeping systematic changes to the healthcare landscape. Achieving the triple aim is no longer an exception, but a standard. To pace ahead of competitors, your health system must establish a sustainable partnership with payers to navigate emerging health system affordability challenges, provide quality care, and establish yourself as the industry innovator. At the 2nd Payer Partnership Forum, executive speakers from important constituencies: health plans, health systems, government, to name a few, will analyze and dissect multisector collaboration that drives value-focused health system transformation, the challenges and solutions in establishing and sustaining payer-provider partnerships, new bundled payment models to drive value, case studies of collaboration in an integrated health system, and increased opportunity for data sharing, transparency, and long-term collaborations. Top Five Reasons to Attend Discuss how the transition from fee-for-service healthcare to a patient-centered, value-oriented system hinges on payers, providers, manufacturers and other sectors working collaboratively Align payers, providers, and members to achieve affordable, quality care Identify proactive strategies that expand patient access in an era of increasing cost controls and utilization management Recognize the key facets of developing and measuring collaborative partnerships Presentation of core industry tactics to prepare the right evidence and navigate these new payer and provider environments Who Should Attend This conference is designed for representatives from life science organizations, health systems and payers with responsibilities in the following areas: Payer Strategy and Contracting Value-Based Reimbursement Strategies Payer and Channel Access Patient Services and Pricing Value-Based Payment Initiatives Payer Engagement and Collaboration Physician Alignment and Recruitment Managed Care Patient Access Utilization Management Account Management Patient Support and Assistance HEOR This conference is also of interest to: Data Management Solution Providers Population Health Management Organizations Rebate and Claims Processing Vendors Product Reimbursement/Market Access Solution Providers Partners Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) ACRP supports clinical research professionals through membership, a broad array of training and development tools, and certification. Founded in 1976, ACRP is a Washington, DC-based nonprofit organization with more than 13,000 members who work in clinical research in more than 70 countries. ACRP’s vision is that clinical research is performed ethically, responsibly, and professionally everywhere in the world. ACRP’s mission is to promote excellence in clinical research. Website: MEDtube MEDtube is an innovative video education platform for health professionals. It allows sharing videos and other materials with a community of more than 110,000 users worldwide, as well as building e-learning courses. The videoteque is updated daily and now contains almost 15,000 videos. Website: PharmaLeaders is an online environment dedicated to enriching the careers of more than 200,000 life sciences professionals. With breaking news and informative content grouped into one of nine segmented channels, in-depth special reports, job and events postings, and so much more, industry executives, manufacturers, marketers and educators can count on PharmaLeaders for the tools they need to succeed in today’s competitive market environment. For more information, visit us online at, write to us at or call 888-400-1573, ext. 240. Website: pharmaphorum drives innovation within the pharmaceutical industry, by bringing together healthcare through a suite of media services that help produce and disseminate thought leadership, combined with an online platform for communicating messages to a global audience. Visit pharmaphorum today to share, discuss and debate: Website: PharmaVOICE PharmaVOICE magazine, reaches more than 41,000 qualified subscribers and 100,000 users with its digital edition. PharmaVOICE is the forum that allows business leaders to engage in a candid dialogue on the challenges and trends impacting the industry. PharmaVOICE provides readers with insightful and thought-provoking commentary in a multiple-perspective format through forums, topics, and articles covering a range of issues from molecule through market. PharmaVOICE subscribers are also kept abreast of the latest trends and information through additional media resources, including Social Media, WebLinx Interactive WebSeminars, Podcasts, Videocasts, White Papers, E-Surveys and e-Alerts. Website: PM360 PM360 is the premier, must-read magazine for marketing decision makers in the pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device industries. Published monthly, PM360 is the only journal that focuses on delivering the full spectrum of practical information necessary for product managers and pharma marketing professionals to succeed in the complex and highly regulated healthcare environment. The journal’s targeted and insightful editorial focuses on issues that directly impact critical decision making, including: planning and implementation of cutting edge strategies, trends, the latest technological advances, branding/marketing, advertising/promotion, patient/professional education, sales, market research, PR, and leadership. Additionally, the ‘360’ in our title signifies the combination of this critical, how-to info with personal and career insights for an enjoyable and thought-provoking read. By providing the full circle of enriching content, PM360 is truly an indispensable tool for busy and productive marketing professionals to stay at the top of their game. Website: Technology Networks Technology Networks is an internationally recognised publisher that provides access to the latest scientific news, products, research, videos and posters. Our global community is made up of over 300,000 researchers and scientific professionals from the life science, drug discover and analytical arenas. Website: Please contact the event manager Marilyn below for the following: – Discounts for registering 5 or more participants.- If you company requires a price quotation.Event Manager Contact: marilyn.b.turner(at)nyeventslist.comYou can also contact us if you require a visa invitation letter, after ticket purchase. We can also provide a certificate of completion for this event if required.NO REFUNDS ALLOWED ON REGISTRATIONS —————————————————————–This Event Listing is Promoted  byNew York Media Technologies LLC in associationwith EXL Events.http://www.NyEventsList.comhttp://www.BostonEventsList.com—————————————————————–SON170712CEV

at Los Angeles
Larchmont Village, Los Angeles, CA 90004, USA
Los Angeles, United States

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The Casualties, The Vibrators, The Beat Seekers

The Casualties, The Vibrators, The Beat Seekers
Event on 2017-09-21 20:00:00
Black Heart Booking, A-13 Punk Rock and Lookout Lounge Present: The Casualties  The Vibrators The Beat Seekers TBA Thursday, September 21st, 2017 Doors: 7 PM, Show: 7:30 PM ADV/ DOS ALL AGES – Everyone must have a valid ID. Under 18 needs to be accompanied by a parent or guardian or have a notarized parental permission form: ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS. For show/venue info go to: The Casualties The Casualties formed in 1990 out of a desire to return to the heyday of punk, an era that hung on into the early '80s and then started to fall by the wayside in favor of the very early grunge movement, as well as hair metal, synth pop, and new wave. But the band's lineup was far from stable in the early days. The initial lineup consisted of singers Jorge Herrera and Colin, drummer Yureesh, guitarist Hank, and bassist Mark. Even this inaugural lineup was shaky, with Colin stepping out for several months to finish his education, and Rivits singer Rachel stepping in to take his place. During this period, the Casualties put together a demo. The following year, the core lineup consisted of Colin, Jorge, Yureesh, and Mark. The band added guitarist Fred when Hank dropped out, and went on to make an appearance on the compilation Benefit for Beer. Soon more changes were in the works, with new guitarist Fred heading off to school. C Squat's Scott temporarily filled Fred's shoes until he returned a short time later. During this period, guitarist Hank came and went a second time. Another guitarist, Steve, also played briefly with the group. The Early Years: 1990-1995The Casualties stabilized long enough in the fall of 1991 to put together an EP, 40 Ounce Casualty. By the following year, the band was touring frequently and building up a fan base in their hometown of New York City. In 1993, however, more shakeups were in the works. Guitarist Fred and bassist Mark were out, and Jake Kolatis and Mike were in to take their respective places. The following year, the band appeared on another compilation, Pogo Attack, and put together a second EP, Drinking Is Our Way of Life. The four-track EP was never issued but later was incorporated into the band's 1999 release, Early Years: 1990-1995. Stability remained elusive, and drummer Yureesh and singer Colin dropped out. Shawn stepped in to take Yureesh's place. The group put together a third EP, A Fuckin' Way of Life, in 1995, the same year that Rivits drummer Meggers (aka Mark Eggers) took Shawn's place.For the Punx Temporarily settled in terms of their lineup, the Casualties traveled to London in 1996 for a performance on the stage of the Holidays in the Sun Festival. The following year, the band put out their first full-length album, For the Punx, and embarked on a tour where it supported the Varukers. Unfortunately, the lineup evolved again the following year, when the Krays' bassist, Jon, took over when Mike dropped out. Jon stayed long enough to help out on the Underground Army album, but jumped ship during the band's supporting tour across Europe in 1998. To take his place, the band recruited Dave Punk Core, who only stayed until 1999. With the addition of ex-Manix bassist Rick Lopez, the group started another tour. More tours of the U.S. and Europe followed in 2000 and 2001, along with the albums Who's in Control?, Stay Out of Order, and Die Hards, the last marking their debut on Side One Dummy. On the Front Line appeared in February 2004; two years later, the Casualties preceded Under Attack's late August release with a main stage slot on the Vans Warped Tour. All We Have, the band's eighth studio long player, dropped in 2009, followed by the Season of Mist-issued Resistance in 2012, and Chaos Sound in early 2016. The Vibrators With a career lasting 35 years, vocalist/guitarist IAN "KNOX" CARNOCHAN, bassist PAT COLLIER, guitarist JOHN ELLIS and drummer EDDIE originally formed the VIBRATORS in February 1976, and their first gig was supporting THE STRANGLERS at Hornsey Art College in North London. They supported THE SEX PISTOLS at the 100 CLUB and were one of the bands playing at the now legendary 100 CLUB PUNK ROCK FESTIVAL, where as well as doing their own set they supported guitar hero CHRIS SPEDDING. CHRIS recommended the band to his then record company, RAK. The band's debut single "WE VIBRATE" came out in November (one of the first punk singles) and was followed two weeks later by CHRIS SPEDDING'S "POGO DANCING" single with the VIBRATORS as the band on that. Early in 1977 the band supported IGGY POP (with DAVID BOWIE on keyboards) on a UK tour, then moved to EPIC RECORDS and released the classic "BABY BABY" single, followed by their first album "PURE MANIA" which spent five weeks in the UK Top 75, peaking at number 49. A second single from the album – but a live version – "LONDON GIRLS", came out in the summer of 1977 and was promoted by a tour supporting ex-MOTT THE HOOPLE mainman IAN HUNTER. Bassist PAT COLLIER left soon after and was replaced by GARY TIBBS. The band released the single "AUTOMATIC LOVER" (March 1978), which not only reached 35 in the charts but also got the band on TOP OF THE POPS. A second LP, "V2" was released in April and reached number 33 in the British Charts, and is still regarded today as one of New Waves finest moments. JOHN ELLIS left soon after to follow a solo career and to work with PETER GABRIEL, and was replaced by DAVE BIRCH, whilst a fifth member was added with keyboard/saxophonist DON SNOW. However this line up of the band only recorded the "JUDY SAYS (KNOCK YOU IN THE HEAD)" single (a UK No 70 single in the summer of 1978). There then followed a new line up of the band: KNOX – guitar/vocals, EDDIE – drums, with new members BEN BRIERLY – bass, and GREG VAN COOK – guitar. This again proved to be short lived and KNOX left to have a go at being a solo artist towards the end of 1978. EDDIE carried on with the band, as well as drumming for THE INMATES (an R&B band). In early 1980 a more successful line up : KIP – vocals, EDDIE – drums, IAN WOODCOCK (ex-EATER) – bass, PHIL RAM – guitar, ADRIAN WYATT – guitar, signed to RAT RACE RECORDS. They released two singles "GIMME SOME LOVIN'" and "DISCO IN MOSCO", but the band split up at the end of the year. The original line up reformed in mid 1982 (KNOX, EDDIE, PAT COLLIER and JOHN ELLIS) and signed to ANAGRAM RECORDS, releasing a new version of "BABY BABY". This was followed by a single and album both called "GUILTY" before the band moved to RAM RECORDS, releasing the singles "MX AMERICA" and "FLYING HOME" and the LP "ALASKA 127" (named after PAT COLLIER'S studio). By mid 1985 the band had signed to CARRERE RECORDS for whom they recorded the "BABY BLUE EYES" single before moving back to RAM for the "FIFTH AMENDMENT" LP and "BLOWN AWAY BY LOVE" single. By the time the band signed to FM REVOLVER in mid 1986, PAT COLLIER had left to pursue a successful career producing bands, and was replaced by NOEL THOMPSON for the "VIBRATORS LIVE" LP. JOHN ELLIS then left (to become a full-time member of the STRANGLERS) and was replaced by MICKIE OWEN, and NOEL THOMPSON left and was replaced by MARK DUNCAN. The new line up released the "RECHARGED" album, the "STRING HIM ALONG" single and also the 1988's "MELTDOWN" album. MICKIE OWEN left and was replaced by NIGEL BENNETT (ex-MEMBERS) for the 1990's "VICIOUS CIRCLE" LP. This line up of the VIBRATORS toured regularly, and released a string of albums: "VOLUME TEN" (1990), "THE POWER OF MONEY" (a re-make compilation, 1993), "HUNTING FOR YOU" (1994), and "UNPUNKED" (an acoustic compilation album, 1996). 1990 lineup (left to right) Mark Duncan (bass), Eddie (drums), Knox (guitar/vocals), Nigel Bennett (guitar) In 1996, in their twentieth year, they started with a new line-up: KNOX – guitar/vocals, EDDIE – drums, with newcomers DARRELL BATH (ex- UK SUBS, CRYBABIES, DOGS D'AMOUR) – guitar, and NICK PECKHAM (ex- BIG BOY TOMATO) – bass, but by June that year they had become a three-piece (KNOX, NICK, and EDDIE). The band recorded the albums "FRENCH LESSONS WITH CORRECTION!" (1997) and "BUZZIN'" (1999). with the band doing extensive touring, (almost 100 gigs in 1999 – including the USA and Canada), plus the release of many albums. NICK PECKHAM (bass) left in Sepatember 1999 and was replaced by ROBBIE TART (ex- HEARTBREAK ANGELS). In 2002 the band released a new compilation of the first two albums the band recorded, closely followed by a new studio album ENERGIZE, both on Ian Grant's TRACK RECORDS. In September 2003 ROBBIE TART left and was replaced by PETE from Finnish band No Direction, and the band toured the UK and Europe with the UK Subs, doing really good business. In their long career the VIBRATORS have toured with the likes of IGGY POP, IAN HUNTER, THE FLAMING GROOVIES, DIE TOTEN HOSEN,and have had their songs covered by THE EXPLOITED, UK SUBS, GBH, REM, DIE TOTEN HOSEN, to name but a few. Now in 2011 the band celebrate 35 years of making records and touring heavily. Get ready for another 30 years of PURE MANIA! The Beat Seekers Rock n' Roll aint dead, It's just waking up. In a watered down glass of phony indie pop and cookie cutter rock, The Beat Seekers bring you a shot of genuine American Rock n' Roll. The band is anchored by prolific lead singer, guitarist, and songwriter Keith Fertwagner. With four records released since the bands inception, these guys are no strangers to hard work and good music. The latest release "LOUD AND F**K!NG CLEAR" displays a wide array of influences and subject matter that is not easy to define, but definitely easy to swallow. The songs go from Guns N' Roses style riffing to punk rock anthems with a dash of twang and 70's rock, while still maintaining a modern edge and pop sensibility. Let's just say if music were soup, this batch wouldn't lack ingredients, and it would taste pretty fucking good. Throughout the Beat Seekers existence hardships, setbacks, and dumb luck have only made the fire burn hotter for Keith, and there is a flat out refusal to go away quietly. While there's been no shortage of adversity, there has also been no shortage of the need to overcome it. Some people make music because they want to, but some people do it because they have no other choice. In a world where everything is shiny and plastic, The Beat Seekers offer a healthy dose of something heartfelt and real. The Beatles wanted to hold your hand. The Stones wanted to burn down your town. The Beat Seekers want to hold your hand while burning down your town, taking over the airwaves, and starting a revolution. We're all in this shit together, let's make it count. Keith's songs have been featured in television shows such as 90210, One Tree Hill, Shameless, and Big Love to name a few, as well as movie trailers, video games, and the movie "Warrior". He has also shared the stage with Social Distortion, Joan Jett, Rancid, John Doe, Sum 41, AFI, and many more. With his crew of talented cutups, The Beat Seekers are ready to blaze a new path full of familiar rock and roll nuances.

at Hideout Lounge
320 South 72ND
Omaha, United States

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Cirque Italia

Cirque Italia
Event on 2017-07-27 19:30:00

Cirque Italia is a unique show in every sense. After five years of consolidation, a rigorous casting selection, and over 1,000 performances nationwide; this spectacular production has become the greatest version of a “traveling circus”. Cirque Italia is proud to have developed a well-deserved reputation as one of the most innovative shows to be staged in the US.

Conceived by Mr. Manuel Rebecchi, and meticulously directed and produced by Chanté DeMoustes, Cirque Italia is a creative mix of the best elements of entertainment and technology. A “never-seen-before” production that combines acrobatics, dance, contortion, and even high-performance BMX and roller-skating. All performances are done in ways that push the physical boundaries of human abilities, which leaves audiences amazed and astonished.

Performers from all over the world are united under the magic spiral of the white and blue big top. They merge their extraordinary selection of skills and put together a stimulating spin on the industry by embracing the element of water. Cirque Italia has managed to find a delicate balance between the poetic and expressive power of the human body and the versatility and fluidity of water as an artistic scenario.

With a magnetism that draws you into your deepest fantasies, the water circus offers two hours of high-end entertainment. Mermaids and dinosaurs make dreamy appearances while awakening the inner child within you. Laser lights and bubbles act as interdimensional movers. Aerialists, acrobats, and contortionists take the human body to the next level – one you never thought possible!

You may think that such a sophisticated production is out of your budget, but Cirque Italia is committed to bringing Las Vegas to your own hometown. They bring an experience and make it not only memorable, but affordable with very competitive prices and special offers.

Cirque Italia also contributes to the modernization of the performing arts and the circus industry by abiding by a strict animal free policy. The company takes a leading stance in offering quality entertainment beyond the use of animals.

For more information visit and make sure to check all our social media accounts. Tickets can be purchased now starting at .00-.00 depending on availability. Cirque Italia offers one free child admission with every full priced paying adult ticket in levels 2 or 3. This offer cannot be combined with any other offers, discounts or deals. Please call 941-704-8572 to find out the promo code for this location.

When: July 27-30

Where: 525 Randall Rd, St Charles, IL 60174

At: Kane County Fairgrounds

—Under the stunning White & Blue Big Top Tent

•July 27 – Thursday: 7:30pm

•July 28 – Friday: 7:30pm

•July 29 – Saturday: 1:30pm, 4:30pm, & 7:30pm

•July 30 – Sunday: 1:30pm & 4:30pm

Box office hours:

The box office opens on-site on Tuesday, the week of the show.

Non-show days: 10am – 6pm

On show days: 10am – 9pm

You can purchase tickets through our website ( or by phone: (941) 704-8572. We also respond to text message.

Non vediamo l'ora di vedervi allo spettacolo! Let Your Imagination Wander…and come DIVE into the Magical world of CIRQUE ITALIA.

at Kane County Fairgrounds
525 Randall Rd
Saint Charles, United States

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weconnect® Miami Startup and Tech Networking Mixer by Google

weconnect® Miami Startup and Tech Networking Mixer by Google
Event on 2017-08-24 18:00:00
JOIN US FOR THE BEST NETWORKING EVENT IN MIAMI! weonnect ® is the fastest growing startup, digital & tech networking organization in the country. Our events are comprised of the most influential professionals in the area. Our purpose is to help our members forge strong, lasting relationships within the community – combining Fortune 500/1000s with Entrepreneurs and Startups. We’re creating unique opportunities & connections to help you grow your business and network!  Enjoy The Most Successful Startup & Tech Mixer In A Fun, Relaxed Atmosphere Mingle With Highly Successful Men & Women In The Entrepreneur, Startup, TECH Space Find Your Next Client, Employee, Business Partner or Co-founder “Your Network Is Your Net Worth.” Come Build Your Network With Us! COMPANIES OFTEN IN ATTENDANCE (… just to name a few)Google • Sony • Electronic Arts • Hulu • Hautelook • The Honest Company • Disney • Apple • Activision • Live Nation • Dollar Shave Club • Facebook • Snapchat • Trunk Club • ZipRecruiter • Experian • DreamWorks  • Amplify • HBO • • DogVacay • NBC Universal • YouTube • BeachBody • Playstation JOIN US FROM 6:00 – 9:00PM   DRINKS*  AMAZING COMPANY  TECH DISPLAYS  TOP COMPANIES  TOP TALENT *cash bar

at WeWork Brickell City Centre
78 Southwest 7th Street
Miami, United States

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