Acoustic Energy

25 Jun 19

Resolution and Hockey Sticks, Part 1 https://ift.tt/2X2HmJh Guest sciency schist by David Middleton Resolution vs. Detection Geoscientists in the oil & gas industry spend much of our time integrating data sets of vastly different resolutions.  Geological data, primarily well logs, are very high resolution (6 inches to 2 feet vertical resolution).  Geophysical data, primarily reflection […]

25 Jun 19
Iowa Climate Science Education

Guest sciency schist by David Middleton Resolution vs. Detection Geoscientists in the oil & gas industry spend much of our time integrating data sets of vastly different resolutions.  Geological data, primarily well logs, are very high resolution (6 inches to 2 feet vertical resolution).  Geophysical data, primarily reflection seismic surveys, are of much lower and […]

25 Jun 19

When she says the word “intensity” in our conversation, what sparks in her eyes and over her face is no mere smile: it’s a realization and actualization of self. Kali Fontecchio is intense, and it’s incredible.

25 Jun 19
Ohio Hydroponics

SOS Only! Please Call For Availability

  • No Acoustic Resonance
  • Lower Harmonic Distortion
  • 315w
  • Compatible with B-Lite Controller
  • Without bulb
  • $499.99 with bulbs Sunmaster CMH
25 Jun 19
Watts Up With That?

Guest sciency schist by David Middleton Resolution vs. Detection Geoscientists in the oil & gas industry spend much of our time integrating data sets of vastly different resolutions.  Geological data, primarily well logs, are very high resolution (6 inches to 2 feet vertical resolution).  Geophysical data, primarily reflection seismic surveys, are of much lower and […]

25 Jun 19
Ohio Hydroponics

SOS Only! Please Call For Availability

  • No Acoustic Resonance
  • Lower Harmonic Distortion
  • 315w
  • Compatible with B-Lite Controller
  • Without bulb
  • $259.99 with bulb Sunmaster CMH 3000K
25 Jun 19
Ohio Hydroponics

SOS Only! Please Call for Availability

  • accepts 1000w HPS or MH DE bulbs Only
  • No acoustic resonance & lower harmonic distortion
  • Silent operation and light-weight
  • Without Bulb
  • Dimensions: 24.5L x 10.25W x 13.50H
25 Jun 19
Ohio Hydroponics

SOS Only! Please Call for Availability

  • accepts 1000w HPS or MH DE bulbs Only
  • No acoustic resonance & lower harmonic distortion
  • Silent operation and light-weight
  • Without Bulb
  • Dimensions: 24.5L x 10.25W x 13.50H
25 Jun 19

Edenveil Melodic Metal Night The Portland Arms, Cambridge, UK 30/04/2019 Review by Paul Monkhouse Edenveil are the brainchild of singers Vera and Onyx, two classically trained vocalists who, after touring the circuit as an acoustic duo decided to go over to the dark side and unleash their full symphonic rock side. Whilst the two are […]

25 Jun 19
Musical Meanderings

So I’m doing something a little different for this month. You’ll notice this is up like, way earlier than usual. My schedule with these mini-blogs is to make a list of 16 songs before the 20th of each month, add two songs I disliked and wanted to rant about and finish before the final day […]

25 Jun 19
HOLZIELOVES

Self care is not just all about putting on a face mask and pampering yourself, but my goodness doesn’t that sound like a great idea. Self care is about taking care of you as a whole and making sure you are being kind to every part of you inside and out. I’ve come up with […]

25 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

Snow Patrol canceled their upcoming Eden session this Saturday over medical issues affecting two band members. The Northern Irish band, whose hits are Chasing Cars and Run, should perform at Biodome this Saturday (June 29). The band apologized for canceling the upcoming shows, saying that this was due to the fact that Johnny McDaid and […]

25 Jun 19
Music Trails

Pop artist Sizzy Rocket opened the show before Epic Records’ newly signed artist Lauren Sanderson performed at Mercury Lounge on Nov. 18. She performed her energy-rising hits “Limo”, “Juicy Fruit”, “Amphetamine” and much more during her 45-minute long set, excited to be back in her hometown. With her electrifying tunes, comical and alluring lyrics and […]

25 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
SNOW Patrol has cancelled its Glastonbury performance as bandmember Johnny McDaid requires immediate neck surgery. The band were due to take to The Other Stage this Friday, June 28, but writing on its official Facebook page, lead singer Gary Lightbody announced they had been forced to pull out of their slot. Snow Patrol has cancelled its Glastonbury performance He wrote: “We are sorry to have to announce the cancellation of more shows. “Our dear brother, piano and guitar player Johnny McDaid has a serious problem with his neck and after consulting with some top neurosurgeons they are all in agreement that the only course of action is immediate surgery. “We are all of course worried about our brother Johnny. He is a force of nature and a giant light in our lives on stage and off and we of course will give him all the time and support he needs to recover. “Johnny has been incredible in the wake of this news and has remained calm at a time when a lot of people might freak out.” Bandmember Johnny McDaid requires immediate neck surgery Guitarist and backing vocalist Nathan Connolly is suffering from nerve damage Johnny, 42, isn’t the only band member unable to perform at the moment, as guitarist and backing vocalist Nathan Connolly is suffering from nerve damage. Gary continued in the post: “As for the upcoming shows: to replace Johnny it would take at least two people and with Nathan still out with nerve damage (he is slowly on the mend) he is also still unable to play guitar we feel it’s just not appropriate to continue with shows at this stage. “It isn’t just their guitars and pianos that would be missed. Their backing vocals are essential to our sound and their energy and spirits are colossal and are irreplaceable forces. “We are sure you all understand that at this point the most important thing is to take time to let our brothers heal and recover so we need to cancel the forthcoming shows we are billed to play in Europe this summer up to Latitude on the 20th of July to give them both time to recover.” [article-rail-section title=”Most Read in TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”169″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] The Glastonbury official Twitter account announced The Charlatans will now replace Snow Patrol on Friday at 6.30pm. Meanwhile Gary reassured fans the band would be back for their tour of Asia, Australia and New Zealand in a couple of months time. He wrote: “As the doctors have said Nathan needs another 4 weeks recovery we are sure that we will be able to do the acoustic tour of Asia, Australia and New Zealand in August as Nathan will very likely be healed in time. Lead singer Gary Lightbody made the announcement on the bands Facebook page today “We will of course keep you informed of both Nathan’s and Johnny’s progress. We have hardly ever cancelled shows in 25 years together and we don’t do it lightly. We hope you all understand. “We are sorry to miss the shows but health is the most important thing. All our love and healing to our brothers Johnny and Nathan.” Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
25 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
SNOW Patrol has cancelled its Glastonbury performance as bandmember Johnny McDaid requires immediate neck surgery. The band were due to take to The Other Stage this Friday, June 28, but writing on its official Facebook page, lead singer Gary Lightbody announced they had been forced to pull out of their slot. Snow Patrol has cancelled its Glastonbury performance He wrote: “We are sorry to have to announce the cancellation of more shows. “Our dear brother, piano and guitar player Johnny McDaid has a serious problem with his neck and after consulting with some top neurosurgeons they are all in agreement that the only course of action is immediate surgery. “We are all of course worried about our brother Johnny. He is a force of nature and a giant light in our lives on stage and off and we of course will give him all the time and support he needs to recover. “Johnny has been incredible in the wake of this news and has remained calm at a time when a lot of people might freak out.” Bandmember Johnny McDaid requires immediate neck surgery Guitarist and backing vocalist Nathan Connolly is suffering from nerve damage Johnny, 42, isn’t the only band member unable to perform at the moment, as guitarist and backing vocalist Nathan Connolly is suffering from nerve damage. Gary continued in the post: “As for the upcoming shows: to replace Johnny it would take at least two people and with Nathan still out with nerve damage (he is slowly on the mend) he is also still unable to play guitar we feel it’s just not appropriate to continue with shows at this stage. “It isn’t just their guitars and pianos that would be missed. Their backing vocals are essential to our sound and their energy and spirits are colossal and are irreplaceable forces. “We are sure you all understand that at this point the most important thing is to take time to let our brothers heal and recover so we need to cancel the forthcoming shows we are billed to play in Europe this summer up to Latitude on the 20th of July to give them both time to recover.” [article-rail-section title=”Most Read in TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”6″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] The Glastonbury official Twitter account announced The Charlatans will now replace Snow Patrol on Friday at 6.30pm. Meanwhile Gary reassured fans the band would be back for their tour of Asia, Australia and New Zealand in a couple of months time. He wrote: “As the doctors have said Nathan needs another 4 weeks recovery we are sure that we will be able to do the acoustic tour of Asia, Australia and New Zealand in August as Nathan will very likely be healed in time. Lead singer Gary Lightbody made the announcement on the bands Facebook page today “We will of course keep you informed of both Nathan’s and Johnny’s progress. We have hardly ever cancelled shows in 25 years together and we don’t do it lightly. We hope you all understand. “We are sorry to miss the shows but health is the most important thing. All our love and healing to our brothers Johnny and Nathan.” Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
25 Jun 19
The Sun
SNOW Patrol has cancelled its Glastonbury performance as bandmember Johnny McDaid requires immediate neck surgery. The band were due to take to The Other Stage this Friday, June 28, but writing on its official Facebook page, lead singer Gary Lightbody announced they had been forced to pull out of their slot. Snow Patrol has cancelled its Glastonbury performance He wrote: “We are sorry to have to announce the cancellation of more shows. “Our dear brother, piano and guitar player Johnny McDaid has a serious problem with his neck and after consulting with some top neurosurgeons they are all in agreement that the only course of action is immediate surgery. “We are all of course worried about our brother Johnny. He is a force of nature and a giant light in our lives on stage and off and we of course will give him all the time and support he needs to recover. “Johnny has been incredible in the wake of this news and has remained calm at a time when a lot of people might freak out.” Bandmember Johnny McDaid requires immediate neck surgery Guitarist and backing vocalist Nathan Connolly is suffering from nerve damage Johnny, 42, isn’t the only band member unable to perform at the moment, as guitarist and backing vocalist Nathan Connolly is suffering from nerve damage. Gary continued in the post: “As for the upcoming shows: to replace Johnny it would take at least two people and with Nathan still out with nerve damage (he is slowly on the mend) he is also still unable to play guitar we feel it’s just not appropriate to continue with shows at this stage. “It isn’t just their guitars and pianos that would be missed. Their backing vocals are essential to our sound and their energy and spirits are colossal and are irreplaceable forces. “We are sure you all understand that at this point the most important thing is to take time to let our brothers heal and recover so we need to cancel the forthcoming shows we are billed to play in Europe this summer up to Latitude on the 20th of July to give them both time to recover.” [article-rail-section title=”Most Read in TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”325″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] The Glastonbury official Twitter account announced The Charlatans will now replace Snow Patrol on Friday at 6.30pm. Meanwhile Gary reassured fans the band would be back for their tour of Asia, Australia and New Zealand in a couple of months time. He wrote: “As the doctors have said Nathan needs another 4 weeks recovery we are sure that we will be able to do the acoustic tour of Asia, Australia and New Zealand in August as Nathan will very likely be healed in time. Lead singer Gary Lightbody made the announcement on the bands Facebook page today “We will of course keep you informed of both Nathan’s and Johnny’s progress. We have hardly ever cancelled shows in 25 years together and we don’t do it lightly. We hope you all understand. “We are sorry to miss the shows but health is the most important thing. All our love and healing to our brothers Johnny and Nathan.” Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.