Kamasi Washington has announced a lengthy fall tour in support of his forthcoming album, Heaven and Earth. The outing will follow a series summer shows across the United States as well as a number of international dates in Europe and Japan.Washington’s United States fall tour will kick off at The Showbox in Seattle on October 17th. From there, the modern jazz star will make his way through much of the American West over the course of October before heading to the other side of the Mississippi River for a run of shows in November.As previously reported, Washington is gearing up to release Heaven and Earth on Friday, June 22nd. The double album will be a follow up to his 2017 audiovisual concept EP, Harmony of Difference. Washington is also reportedly collaborating with Herbie Hancock on the jazz great’s forthcoming record, which will also feature appearances by Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg, Thundercat, and Common.Tickets for Washington’s recently-announced fall tour are now on sale.Kamasi Washington Upcoming Tour Dates:April 27 Morrison, CO Red Rocks Amphitheater*May 2 London, U.K. RoundhouseMay 4 Manchester, U.K. Albert HallMay 5 Glasgow, U.K. QMUMay 6 Cheltenham, U.K. Cheltenham Jazz FestivalMay 8 Lyon, France Nuits Sonores @ Auditorium de LyonMay 9 Paris, France BataclanMay 11 Coutances, France Jazz Sous les Pommiers @ Salle Marcel HélieMay 12 St Gaudens, France Festival Jazz a Comminges @ Parc des ExpositionsMay 13 Madrid, Spain RivieraMay 14 Barcelona, Spain RazzmatazzMay 16 Milan, Italy Santeria Social ClubMay 17 Zurich, Switzerland Kaufleuten ZurichMay 18 Munich, Germany TheaterfabrikMay 19 Vienna, Austria Wiener KonzerthausMay 20 Diersbach, Austria INNtone JazzFestivalMay 22 Krakow, Poland StudioMay 23 Prague, Czech Republic Arhca TheatreMay 24 Warsaw, Poland StodolaMay 25 Berlin, Germany AstraMay 27 Cologne, Germany Live Music HallMay 28 Nijmegen, Holland DoornroosjeMay 29 The Hague, Holland PaardMay 30 Brussels, Belgium Salle De La MadeleineJune 1 Amsterdam, Holland ParadisoJune 2 Hamburg, Germany Elbjazz FestivalJune 3 Copenhagen, Denmark PumpehusetJune 15 New York, NY Forest Hills Stadium†June 16 Minneapolis, MN Rock the GardenJune 23 Pasadena, CA Arroyo SecoJune 24 Vancouver, BC Queen Elizabeth TheatreJune 25 Saskatoon, SK Saskatchewan Jazz FestivalJune 29 Waitsfield, VT Friendly GatheringJune 30 Montreal, Quebec Festival International de Jazz de MontrealJuly 12 Berkeley, CA Greek Theater‡July 25 Detroit, MI Chene Park AmphitheaterAugust 4 Dublin, Ireland Beatyard FestivalAugust 5 Oxfordshire, U.K. Wilderness FestivalAugust 7 Mainz, Germany Frankfurter Hof Mainz @ Zitadelle MainzAugust 9 Antwerp, Belgium Jazz MiddelheimAugust 10 Copenhagen, Denmark HAVENAugust 11 Gothenburg, Sweden Way Out WestAugust 12 Helsinki, Finland FLOWAugust 17-19 Tokyo, Japan Summer Sonic FestivalOctober 17 Seattle, WA The ShowboxOctober 18 Portland, OR Crystal BallroomOctober 19 San Francisco, CA TBAOctober 20 San Luis Obispo, CA Fremont TheaterOctober 22 Santa Fe, NM Meow WolfOctober 24 Salt Lake City, UT The ComplexOctober 25 Aspen, CO Belly UpOctober 26 Denver, CO Ogden TheatreOctober 27 Boulder, CO Boulder TheaterOctober 29 Kansas City, MO The TrumanOctober 31 Iowa City, IA The Englert TheatreNovember 1 Minneapolis, MN TBANovember 2 Madison, WI TBANovember 3 Chicago, IL Riviera TheatreNovember 5 Toronto, CA Sony Centre for The Performing ArtsNovember 7 Portland, ME State TheatreNovember 8 Boston, MA RoyaleNovember 9 Philadelphia, PA Electric FactoryNovember 10 Washington D.C. Lincoln TheatreNovember 14 Richmond, VA The NationalNovember 15 Raleigh, NC The RitzNovember 16 Nashville, TN Marathon Music WorksNovember 17 Atlanta, GA Buckhead Theatre*with Vulfpeck†with Alt-J‡with Sylvan EssoView All Tour Dates
<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>The NEMMO project has recently installed a set of tidal turbine blade panels made from fibreglass and a gel-coat coating for testing at the HarshLab facility. The samples, taken from the current Magallanes’ turbine blade, will be submerged for six months to determine the level of biofouling on the surface. These results will then be used as a reference for the development of new blade materials and coatings.The creation of novel coatings and materials is a core part of the NEMMO project.After modelling and testing, the team will define the optimal material composition, textures and surfaces to reduce wear on the blade. The wider objective is to lower maintenance costs and increase the yield of tidal turbines, and to improve the cost-effectiveness of tidal energy overall.The Next Evolution in Materials and Models for Ocean Energy (NEMMO) project has been set up boost the competitiveness of tidal energy by optimising tidal turbine blade design and performance.The project aims to create a larger, lighter and more durable composite blade for floating tidal turbines, enabling devices to reach capacities of over 2 MW.NEMMO project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and Innovation programme.
Former Ghana international, Laryea Kingston, has picked countryman Abedi Ayew ‘Pele’ as the greatest African to have ever played the beautiful game. “At the Africa Cup [of Nations] and most of the games that I saw him play, even when the team is down, he lifts everyone up and makes sure the fans and everyone are happy. “So he’s the greatest. For me, I think he did very well for himself and for the country.” It was indeed an unusual root to greatness for Abedi, who first left Ghanaian club Real Tamale United (RTU) to Qatari side Al Sadd in 1982, moved to Swiss side FC Zurich, then to Beninese side Dragons l’Oueme before returning to RTU. In the 1986-87 season, the attacker left for French side Niort, from where he crossed carpets to Mulhouse. He was then snapped up by Marseille, who he represented between 1987 and 1993. He also played for French sides Lille and Lyon, Italian fold Torino, 1860 Munich in Germany and finally Al Ain in the United Arab Emirates where he retired. read also:Abedi’s son ignores January transfer speculations Abedi also won the French league twice with Marseille as well as the UAE Pro-League and President’s Cup with Al Ain. He rated fifth in the Top 30 African Footballers in the last 50 years released by the Confederation of African Football (Caf) in 2007. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Abedi indeed has an illustrious career as he won the Africa Cup of Nations with Ghana in 1982 and the Uefa Champions League with French side Olympique Marseille in 1992-1993. At individual level, he claimed the Africa Footballer of the Year award on three occasions, one of his many personal honours. “I would say Abedi Pele is the greatest African footballer of all-time because a lot of Africans still believe in him,” Laryea, who played for Ghana at the 2006 and 2008 Afcon tournaments, told Goal. “They believe he’s one of the best players Africa has ever seen.” “In his time, he played very well and not only in Ghana. He went to France and up till today, if you go to France, especially Marseille and you mention him, he’s well known and people respect him for what he did on the field. “In Ghana too he did very well with the national team even though their time they did not qualify to be at the World Cup. Promoted Content7 Things That Actually Ruin Your Phone5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksEveryone Was Stunned To See How Little Anakin Looks TodayBest Car Manufacturers In The World7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black HolesBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?
…Royal Castle scorchedA major catastrophe was averted on Saturday morning after fire of unknown origin erupted at the Giftland Mall at Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown, but fire fighters were able to contain the blaze to one location, with the assistance of the staff of the mall.According to reports received, the fire started at around 06:10h in the Royal Castle outlet located on the upper flat of the multi-million-dollar mall.Guyana Times understands that the security team was summoned after smoke was seen emanating from the vents of the Royal Castle outlet, which is in close proximity to the generator room.Clean-up work in progress after the fireAs such, management was alerted, and upon breaking into the building, it was noticed that the fire was in the supervisor’s office of the fast food outlet.The fire service was called to the scene, and the fire was quickly contained. Only a section of the fast food outlet was scorched as a result of the fire. When Guyana Times arrived at the scene, the mall was closed and only those who operated stores in the facility were allowed access, but at their own risk, due to the smoke.In the area where the fire started, several workers were busy cleaning with the hope of opening for regular business.At the scene, Divisional Officer of Operations of the Fire Service, Gregory Wickham, explained that the GFS would have received the report, and as such, fire tenders and fire fighters were immediately dispatched to the location.He noted that, upon arrival, the fire-fighting mode was activated and the blaze was contained to one location.With respect to the damage done, he noted that only a small section was scorched. At the time when Guyana Times spoke with the official, he could not say if foul play was involved, but he disclosed that an investigation has been launched.“Once the investigations are completed, we will release the findings,” Wickham promised.Also speaking to Guyana Times on behalf of the managing director of the mall, Health and Safety Officer of Giftland, Dale Denisford, confirmed that the fire did start in the Royal Castle Fast Food outlet, but due to diligent work by the staff and the firemen, the fire was contained.He added that as soon as the smoke was seen, the mall’s security emergency plan was activated. No one was allowed to enter the building due to the health hazard, he noted. He also noted that the fast food outlet sustained minor damage.This fire occurred less than 48 hours before another food giant is opened at the mall — Food Max. Nevertheless, Denisford related that that mishap will not in any way affect the opening of this new outlet.