Edit this setlist | More The Claypool Lennon Delirium setlists On June 18th, 2016, The Claypool Lennon Delirium wrapped up a smooth sailing summer tour leg with a performance at the renowned Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY. With Dean Ween Group on as opening support, the two bands each provided a unique flavor of psychedelia for the night. The opening set even saw Les Claypool reprise his role from the night before, joining the Dean Ween Group on “The Mollusk.” The real special treat from last night’s show came in the encore, however, when Ween paid it forward.[Video by Brosef Wilson]After a rocking set that included most of the band’s new album The Monolith of Phobos, the set ended with spacey versions of Pink Floyd’s “Astronomy Domine,” “Captain Lariat,” and The Beatles’ “Tomorrow Never Knows.”Finally, the band welcomed out their first-ever guest, as Dean Ween plugged in after a few minutes of the hit Primus tune, “Southbound Pachyderm.” From there, the three string players – Ween, Lennon, and Claypool – were locked in as tightly as can be. It was an extraordinary moment of psychedelic musicianship, one captured brilliantly by Rey Mdo. Enjoy.Setlist: Dean Ween Group at The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY – 6/18/16Dickey Betts, It’s gonna be a Long Night (DD on vocals), Garry*, Stella Blue, I Saw Gener Crying in his Sleep*, Fingerbang, Mercedes Benz, The Mollusk (with Les Claypool), The Rift*Joe on acoustic
Rethinking Tourism B2B event Do you have Linkedin? If not, open an account and arrange B2B meetings. Sign up here and select the webinars you want to attend and mark your availability for B2B meetings. As the event is international, almost all webinars will be held in English. The theme of the two-day event is Rethinking Tourism which will be discussed on both days in the morning as well as webinars / discussions will be organized on the b2match platform, followed by B2B online meetings for companies in tourism and all those who do business with such companies. This year it is clear to everyone – there will be a change in business models, behaviors and habits of tourists and new tourist paradigms, both local and national. That is why the word that dominates the global tourism narrative – rethink. Online matching B2B event Rethinking Tourism ICT for tourism (Big data and digitalization in tourism, ICT services for active life in coastal areas), Integrated and sustainable tourism (Tourism and rural development, development of tourism in protected natural areas, indicators of sustainable tourism, impact of cruisers on ecosystems), Cultural heritage and tourism (Use of cultural tangible and intangible heritage in tourism, digital innovations of cultural heritage) and Innovation for Tourism Post Covid. How the coronavirus pandemic will affect the tourism sector and what changes it will bring, realistically no one can know yet. But one thing is for sure – lifestyle, business and thus tourism will be measured before and after the coronavirus and is needed change. Exactly through the same narrative – Rethinking Tourism B2B event, there will be an online international B2B webinar and B2B meetings organized by the Croatian Chamber of Commerce of the Zadar County Chamber. It will happen to be held on October 7 and 8, and will include webinars and B2B meetings 1: 1. The event is intended for all companies from the tourism sector, as well as those who do business with the tourism sector. A matchmaking event is a quick and easy way to meet potential partners to collaborate in face-to-face conversations.As part of the webinar on the innovative b2match platform, you can directly arrange B2B meetings with potential partners. Offer and search for products, services, partnerships, project collaborations, investment opportunities and expertise, or expand your professional network and meet new potential business partners through meetings. Event registrations are closing 06. October 2020. at 13:00. To learn more, click here Lectures by domestic and foreign tourism experts will focus on the following topics. Registered users can pre-arrange B2B meetings on the platform using keywords and filters to find interesting interlocutors.Attendance at the event is free. * B2B event Rethinking Tourism is part of the MISTRAL project (which also finances it), the Interreg MED program, which aims to strengthen international cooperation within the Blue Growth ecosystem and increase networking opportunities for SMEs, research centers, universities and clusters.
NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, Texas – A solid month of rain in Texas sent Chad Wilson out of state to keep his sprint car racing skills sharp, but probably not the way you’d expect.Wilson had raced his way to the top of the IMCA Eagle Motorsports RaceSaver Sprint Car national point standings by winning the May 2 main event at Kennedale Speedway Park.Then the dark clouds moved in to stay and the North Richland Hills, Texas, pilot didn’t get back on the big dirt tracks until after the calendar had flipped over to June.“We had rain like crazy. We had like 11 rainouts and didn’t race for a solid month,” Wilson said. “I didn’t think I had a chance at the national championship so what I was doing was driving four hours to race radio controlled sprint cars in Lawton, Okla.”Using a hand control to accelerate, brake and steer a 1/10 scale sprinter kept the competitive fires stoked and Wilson was ready to resume what would prove to be a successful pursuit of the national title when the rain let up.“Some of the same things you do with an RC car you do in a big car, so it definitely helped,” he said. “If you’re a fan, Sprint Cars get you on your feet. As a driver, I like the speed. You drive wide open into the turn, the car sticks and then it turns.”Consistent finishes through mid-July put Wilson back in the lead nationally. Six wins over the course of his next nine starts helped cement his place there.He ended the season with nine wins and 20 top five’s, plus the Kennedale Speedway Park track and Allstar Performance State titles.“Winning the national championship was something I’d always wanted to accomplish and I knew it was possible if I stayed with it,” Wilson said. “You have to be dedicated to win a national championship. You can’t ever think that you’ve got it in the bag.”Dedication and determination have both been long-time assets for Wilson, who was paralyzed for seven months after breaking his back while racing 4-wheelers in 2004.Looking for a safer option when he got back into the sport, Wilson settled into the winged division. An IMCA rookie in 2012, he finished third in the national point standings the next season and fourth last year.“This was the first time we stayed with the national points chase. The last two years we had to quit early but still did pretty good in the standings,” Wilson said. “This year we stayed with it and finished it off.”One out-of-state trip with his full-sized car provided another season highlight. Wilson was runner-up at the Sprint Car Nationals, held at Nebraska’s Eagle Raceway in September.“That was probably my most exciting race of the year,” he said. “I have never raced against so many guys who were that good and we never touched.”Starts-39 … Wins-9 … Additional Top Fives-20HIS CREW: Brother Corey, mother Dayna, aunt Debbie Frye, car owner Mike George, Jamie Harris and Brant Whitley.HIS SPONSORS: Jeremy and Danielle Hefler at Best Deal Service and Gloecker Underground Construction, both of Fort Worth; and Jimmy Allard Racing Engines of Ennis.30
Jordan Spieth has won his second successive “major” title after a dramatic finish at the US Open at Chambers Bay.At 21, he’s the youngest US Open champion since 1923.Fellow American Dustin Johnson had a nightmare final hole – his three-putts on the 18th costing him not only victory, but the possibility of a play-off. Spieth won by just one shot on 5-under-par.World number 1 Rory McIlroy briefly threatened on the final day but ended tied for ninth alongside Shane Lowry on level par.Lowry had a final round 71 while McIlroy hit 66.