Tim Carbone Talks Railroad Earth, Warren Haynes And His Newest Project

first_imgTim Carbone is a busy, busy man. In addition to his regular gig playing the fiddle in Railroad Earth, he’s also got a burgeoning producing career and a vital role in the new label Lohi Records. While Railroad Earth was headlining the Saturday festivities at the WinterWonderGrass Festival, our own Rex Thomson had a chance to talk to Mr. Carbone. They discuss his work with RRE, including the recently-recorded Ashes & Dust album with Warren Haynes, his new role as a producer, skiing and more!Watch the interview below:last_img read more

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Hugh Jackman Gets Insulted By Hand to God Puppet Tyrone

first_img Hand to God Related Shows View Comments Hugh Jackman made a new friend on June 10! The Tony winner and former host took a trip to the Booth Theatre to check out Robert Askins’ wild and crazy comedy Hand to God, starring Steven Boyer, Geneva Carr, Sarah Stiles, Michael Oberholtzer and Marc Kudisch. After the show, Jackman stopped backstage to meet the infamous Tyrone, the possessed puppet in the hit show. Check out these Hot Shots of Jackman backstage with the sock puppet and his co-stars, then see Hand to God on Broadway! Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 3, 2016last_img read more

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Nebraska-based Great Plains Communications to acquire Enhanced Telecommunications Corporation (ETC)

first_imgBlair, NE – Great Plains Communications (GPC), a growing Midwestern telecommunications provider with an expanding, privately-owned 11,500+ mile fiber network touching 11 states, has announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Enhanced Telecommunications Corporation (ETC), an innovative Southeastern Indiana-based provider.“ETC is a well-run company with an impressive history and customer base, a talented and experienced workforce and tremendous growth potential,” said Todd Foje, CEO of Great Plains Communications. “Both companies align well with a very similar culture and history and share a common mission of delivering an exceptional customer experience. For all of these reasons, we are excited to work together as we merge into one united team. With the backing and support from our partners at Grain Management, we will be positioned well for future strategic expansion and success.”ETC has been serving communities in Southeastern Indiana with residential and business services for over 85 years. The family-owned company has a long history of serving rural areas of the state, operating with five storefronts and over 90 employees living and working in the communities they serve. They pride themselves on being an aggressively innovative provider, delivering a suite of products and services that include high-speed internet, voice and video to more than 14,000 customers.Chad Miles, CEO of ETC, had this to say: “On behalf of ETC, we are thrilled to join the Great Plains Communications team. We share the same commitment to customer service, our communities and our employees. I believe our combined effort along with the guidance of Grain Management will allow us to deliver a higher level of quality and innovation, further enhancing the customer experience.”The transaction is expected to close in the third quarter of 2020, following customary regulatory approvals. Financial terms of the acquisition have not been disclosed.last_img read more

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