Snarky Puppy Welcomes KNOWER, DMB’s Jeff Coffin For Stunning Video From Family Dinner Vol. 2

first_imgSnarky Puppy has released the final video for Family Dinner Vol. 2, featuring KNOWER & Jeff Coffin. The track, entitled “I Remember,” is yet another hugely diverse sound coming from the two-time Grammy-winners. The entire album, which features different guest musicians on each individual track, puts Snarky Puppy in the spotlight for their original, atypical approach to modern day record-making. Even David Crosby made his way to the sessions, to record the soulful “Somebody’s Home.” Watch that here.This final track brings a spunky, jazz-infused, retro-funk vibe to the eclectic sound that is Snarky Puppy, welcoming the stunning sounds of KNOWER and some great solo work from Dave Matthews Band/Flecktones saxophonist Jeff Coffin. The song was originally created by KNOWER, an electronic music duo who continue to impress with bold creations.While each song makes a different statement on the album, this is definitely one of the more high energy numbers on the album. You can watch all released videos here, and check out their newest video below:And check out the original by KNOWER, below: Family Dinner Vol. 2 was released earlier this month, and can be purchased here. Be sure to catch Snarky Puppy keys master Cory Henry as the artist-at-large for Lettuce’s own Fool’s Paradise festival in St. Augustine, FL from April 1-2, on a lineup that features GRiZ, Vulfpeck, Chris Robinson’s Soul Revue and more. Information can be found here.last_img read more

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ENO Hammocks- The Gift That Gives Back

first_imgThe holiday season is upon us and our inboxes are full of gift options for all the friends and family on our list. So how do you narrow it down and find the perfect present for the outdoor enthusiast in your life? This season ENO is focusing on gifts that give back to protect the wild places we like to play.ENO has been making industry-leading hammocks and hammocking accessories for almost 20 years and inspiring a community of adventure seekers to get outside, while protecting and preserving the environment along the way. At the very core of the ENO brand is the belief in the conservation and preservation of our wild places.Give a Hammock, Plant Two TreesAs a hammock company ENO knows the importance of trees. Partnering with Trees for the Future, ENO plants two trees for every hammock sold, allowing Trees for the Future to positively impact communities in poverty through education and mentoring, while also helping to cool the planet by working towards offsetting our carbon footprint.Hammocks for ConservationENO believes that, when given the chance, individuals will use their purchasing power to protect the beautiful planet we live on. So, they created a line of special edition hammocks that give their customers the opportunity to make an impact. These special edition DoubleNest Hammocks allow them to support the vital work of national conservation organizations. For each special edition hammock sold, they donate a percentage of the proceeds to the respective organization. By doing so, ENO is encouraging each organization’s efforts to preserve, protect, and manage the trails, and teach people of all ages how to enjoy the outdoors responsibly. The conservation organizations included in this program are the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, Pacific Crest Trail Association, Continental Divide Trail Coalition, Waterkeeper Alliance, Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics and the National Park Foundation.As ENO continues to grow on an international level, they have also extended this program to include the European Outdoor Conservation Association, which brings together businesses in the European outdoor industry to raise funds that go directly into conservation projects worldwide – to give back to the great outdoors. 1% For the PlanetAs members of 1% for the Planet, ENO is proud to contribute one percent of their annual sales to support nonprofit organizations focused on helping leave the environment in an even better place for future generations. Every product ENO sells gives back to the environment.This season, give the gift that gives back and ensures that we will always have places to adventure and hang our hammocks!last_img read more

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At White House, NAFCU discusses CU issues

first_img continue reading » 15SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr NAFCU’s Dan Berger, Carrie Hunt and other senior staff were at the White House Monday for a meeting with Andrew Olmem, special assistant to the president for financial policy and member of the National Economic Council. They discussed issues of importance to the credit union industry, including Treasury’s recent report on banks and credit unions and the need for regulatory relief for the industry.In addition to Berger, NAFCU’s president and CEO, and Hunt, executive vice president of government affairs and general counsel, Monday’s meeting included association Vice President of Legislative Affairs Brad Thaler and Senior Associate Director of Legislative Affairs Chad Adams.Before joining President Donald Trump’s National Economic Council, Olmem served as the Republican chief counsel and deputy staff director at the Senate Banking Committee. He was also an assistant economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.last_img read more

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Frustrated Southampton boss Ronald Koeman recalls Jack Stephens from Boro loan

first_imgSouthampton have recalled defender Jack Stephens from his loan spell at Middlesbrough. “He wasn’t playing there and then why is he on loan if he doesn’t play? It’s better for him to come back.” Shortly before joining Middlesbrough, Stephens was given a two-year contract extension to keep him at St Mary’s until 2019. His return, incidentally, comes shortly after reports Koeman could prematurely terminate defender Steven Caulker’s season-long loan deal from parent club QPR. The 21-year-old joined the Sky Bet Championship leaders in July and had been expected to remain there for the duration of the season but, to the frustration of Southampton manager Ronald Koeman, he has made only five first-team appearances. Four of those five appearances came in the Capital One Cup, and Koeman told Southampton’s official club website: “Jack is back from Middlesbrough. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

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Memorial Mile set for Monday

first_imgELLSWORTH — The James Russell Wiggins Down East Family YMCA will hold its annual Main Street Memorial Mile on Monday.The one-mile course will start at the Ellsworth Chamber of Commerce and wind down High Street and Main Street before ending at R.F. Jordan’s on Water Street.All proceeds will benefit the DEFY camp scholarship fund and the Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center.Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. at the Ellsworth Chamber of Commerce, and the race begins at 9. The cost is $10 per runner or walker. The first 75 who register will receive a T-shirt.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textFind more information and a registration form online at defymca.org, or call 667-3086.last_img read more

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