Greensky Bluegrass Welcomes Holly Bowling For Grateful Dead’s ‘Eyes Of The World’ [Watch]

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Greensky Bluegrass Welcomes Holly Bowling For Grateful Dead’s ‘Eyes Of The World’ [Watch]

first_imgFresh off the campaign trail, Greensky Bluegrass brought their infectious live sound to Eugene, OR for a performance at the McDonald Theatre last night. Energy was at a high as GSBG threw down in Seattle the previous night, and fans had high hopes for a great night of music.The band certainly did not disappoint, as they had special guest sit-ins from Mimi Naja from Fruition and pianist Holly Bowling for the performance. Naja joined in at the end of set one, accentuating “All Four,” “Santa Fe” and “Reuben’s Train.” Bowling came in for the end of set two, playing “The Four” into Grateful Dead’s “Eyes Of The World.” Bowling also returned for the encore, “Who Is Frederico?”Watch all of Bowling’s sit in, below:There’s also full show audio available for those inclined, as captured by Dean Grabski:Setlist: Greensky Bluegrass at McDonald Theatre, Eugene, OR – 3/26/16:Set 1: Jaywalking, Windshield, Living Over, Against the Days, How Mountain Girls Can Love, All Four*, Santa Fe*, Rueben’s Train*Set 2: Fixin to Ruin, Take Cover, Bring Out Your Dead, Handle With Care, Fo Sho, Uh Huh, Hit Parade of Love, Forget Everything, Broke Mountain Breakdown, The Four% > Eyes of the World%E: Who is Federico?% * w/ Mimi Naja% w/ Holly Bowlinglast_img read more

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With Flexible Consumption, Ramp Up Your Infrastructure on Your Terms

first_imgMore options to help you build and ramp up your business the way you want to, according to your workloads.Your IT transformation requires on-demand infrastructure to meet the demands for changing business needs and architecture.A key portion of the budget is comprised of the planning for new infrastructure and the workload need for the business. You also have to take into account the length of projects and application lifecycles. These can range from temporary, legacy migrations and workload conversions to compute on-demand that has to support extra bandwidth for contracted projects. Consider the infrastructure needs for temporary projects: can you quickly ramp up bandwidth during the project and ramp down once done? Does the current scenario require you to buy extra hardware and setups to handle these tasks? Or do you have to research what other options are needed? While one approach has been to support new projects in a CAPEX manner, there are more choices now to help you support and manage these temporary to medium term large projects.Dell Technologies Flexible Consumption solutions enable you to get the technology you need today to drive business outcomes and predict your IT spend. One of the Flexible consumption solutions include Flex on Demand, which helps you address business requirements with payments that scale up or down to match your usage.**Now, Flex on Demand and Dell EMC PowerEdge servers, the bedrock of the modern data center portfolio, enables you with more choice, offering you a flexible consumption approach to expanding your business results and IT strategy, matched to your budget needs.Flex on Demand helps you support your changing business with payments that scale to match your usage while also allowing for a buffer capacity that is elastic. Doing so helps you right-size how much compute capacity you need upfront and align to your needs, with a public cloud model.You also reduce the risk of not having a scale-up approach if you need more capacity-on-demand because extra capacity is available to you in your plan. As you ramp down legacy projects and ramp up new projects, you have an on-premises infrastructure and capacity at your disposal. And you have the performance power, control and flexible capacity to support any fluctuating applications and seasonal demands, all within your control.Available on the breadth of the PowerEdge portfolio, [1] Flex on Demand helps with a scalable server architecture delivering the right combination of performance features and security to power your modernization. And rest assured that your Flex on Demand-powered infrastructure is easily managed with comprehensive systems management solutions and services from Dell EMC.With Flex on Demand for PowerEdge servers, you can improve economics, increase flexibility and have the choice with the way you acquire and consume IT. Furthermore, reduce budget risk and the assurance that other critical projects requiring infrastructure will be funded. With Flex on Demand, you can be certain that you pay for technology as you need it.Flex on Demand is a key offer and part of the larger Dell Technologies on Demand portfolio, enabling innovative, consumption-based payment solutions. For more information, learn more at the Flexible Consumption here and about PowerEdge servers here.** Payment solutions provided and serviced by Dell Financial Services L.L.C. or its affiliate or designee (“DFS”) for qualified customers. Offers may not be available or may vary in certain countries. Where available offers may be changed without notice and are subject to product availability, applicable law, credit approval, documentation provided by and acceptable to DFS and may be subject to minimum transaction size. Offers not available for personal, family or household use. Dell EMC and the Dell EMC logo are trademarks of Dell Inc. Restrictions and additional requirements may apply to transactions with governmental or public entities. Flexible Consumption: At the end of the initial term customer may 1) extend original term or 2) return the equipment to DFS.[1] Flex on Demand is available for PowerEdge servers with Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processorslast_img read more

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National Energy Board to hold public hearing on North Montney Project

first_imgThe line will consist of two sections: Aitken Creek, and Kahta. It will connect to the Groundbirch Mainline which is 35 kilometres southwest of Fort St. John and continues 187 kilometres northwest of Fort St. John.The National Energy Board is wanting to hear from anyone that in the Board’s opinion, is directly affected by the project. The Board may also hear from anyone with relevant information or expertise.Those wanting to participate in the hearing can do so by filling out an application which can be found by clicking here. The form will be accessible on February 18. Deadline for applications is March 19.- Advertisement –last_img read more

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