2 Mar

The Jauntee Share New Live Jaunt Release From Paradise Rock Club [Listen]

first_imgJam rockers The Jauntee continue their live series today, with the release of their Live Jaunt album from the Paradise Rock Club in Boston, MA. The show on 11/25/16 was support from Twiddle, and featured some great work from the up and coming jammers.Check out the show on Bandcamp, with a pay-what-you-want download, or stream the tracks below.<a href=”http://thejauntee.bandcamp.com/album/2016-11-25-paradise-rock-club-boston-ma”>2016-11-25 &#8211; Paradise Rock Club &#8211; Boston, MA by The Jauntee</a>Setlist: The Jauntee | Paradise Rock Club | Boston, MA | 11/25/16Dirty George >Dirty Job*Mammoth RelaxesBlack Bart ->Hey Pocky A-Way+ ->When the Love Is#I Wanna Love You* “Butterfly” tease+ “Puppy In My Pocket” tease and jam, “Little Drummer Boy” tease# “Streets of Cairo” teaseDon’t miss The Jauntee with Digital Frontier on Valentine’s Day at American Beauty! Tickets are available here.last_img read more

28 Sep

Braemar Enters Financial Advisory Market with NAVES Purchase

first_imgUK-based shipbroker Braemar Shipping Services has entered into the conditional acquisition of the entire issued share capital of German NAVES Corporate Finance GmbH (NAVES), a corporate finance advisory business focused on the maritime industry.NAVES advises predominantly German clients on financing, restructuring, and sale and purchase transactions. Since the establishment of the business in 2009, the company advised on over USD 6.5 billion of capital and charter hire restructurings.The acquisition’s value has been set to EUR 24 million (USD 28.7 million), which could rise up to EUR 35 million depending on target working capital.Braemar said the transaction would enable the company to create a new division to be known as the Financial Division, which would be headed by Mark Kuchenbecker and Axel Siepmann.In addition, the acquisition is said to be in line with Braemar’s strategy to improve market coverage and diversify business operations by venturing into the valuable maritime financial advisory market.As explained, acquisition benefits include continued growth opportunities from the strong fundamental market drivers of the NAVES niche business, which include continuing high global levels of distressed maritime debt, particularly held by German banks.“The board has been looking for high-quality acquisitions for some time as a key part of Braemar’s growth strategy. NAVES not only introduces a new service offering for Braemar, enhancing our ‘full service’ offer to our customers, but also widens our geographical footprint,” James Kidwell, Chief Executive Officer of Braemar said.“We have plans to develop the NAVES business within the group considerably as this acquisition marks a very good entry level into this growing niche market. It also signifies Braemar’s return to growth and I have no doubt that this will create further value for shareholders.”The acquisition requires the approval of shareholders, who are set to convene on September 26, 2017, at a general meeting.last_img read more

20 Sep

Chelsea defender Gary Cahill: We need to keep this momentum going

first_img “It’s important we keep this momentum going,” Cahill told Chelsea TV. “It was (important) for a number of reasons. First and foremost and the most important one was for the Champions League and to make sure we put ourselves in a position to try to qualify top. “But as well to build the momentum off the back of the Norwich result and keep building these wins and try to gather these wins to turn this around. “It was important for a lot of reasons and very pleasing.” Chelsea are likely to be without John Terry against Spurs after the captain suffered an ankle injury on a pitch boss Jose Mourinho described as “dangerous”. Ramires also suffered an injury on the eve of the encounter, ruling the midfielder out of the matchday squad. The full extent of the injuries is likely to be determined by scans, while Mourinho will have work to do to inspire Diego Costa back to form after the pair’s half-time bust up in Haifa. The absence of Terry may hinder the Blues, but they have 48 hours’ additional preparation time than Spurs, returning from Israel on Wednesday as their rivals flew out to Azerbaijan for their Europa League clash with Qarabag, which takes place on Thursday. Sunday’s 1200 kick-off time has irked Mauricio Pochettino, whose side have lost three times in 18 games in all competitions this season. Chelsea sit 10 points and 10 places behind Spurs in the Premier League. “We’ve got this week to prepare for the Tottenham game,” Cahill added. “They’re playing very well at the minute. I’ve no doubt it’ll be an entertaining game and one where we’re hoping to be on the end of right result.” Chelsea’s defeat of Norwich ended a three-match losing streak in the Premier League and the win over Maccabi leaves Chelsea certain of qualification for the Champions League last 16 if they beat Mourinho’s former club Porto at Stamford Bridge on December 9. Porto lost at home to Dynamo Kiev, who play Maccabi Tel Aviv in the final game and could also qualify, with the Israelis eliminated. “We knew at half-time they (Kiev) were leading so it meant it was even more important for us,” Cahill added. “We knew, if we won, it would be in our hands at Stamford Bridge. So bring it on.” It was Cahill’s goal which began a rout which materialised only late on as 10-man Maccabi made Chelsea work for victory. Willian’s free-kick goal and late headers from Oscar and Kurt Zouma, who is likely to replace Terry in the starting line-up, completed the win. The reeling Barclays Premier League champions followed up last Saturday’s 1-0 win over Norwich with a 4-0 Champions League victory at Maccabi Tel Aviv which leaves their Group G fate in their own hands. A truer test of their resurgence will come at White Hart Lane, though, where Chelsea lost 5-3 on New Year’s Day. Press Association Gary Cahill hopes Chelsea can gather momentum from claiming consecutive wins for the first time in two months into Sunday’s London derby at Tottenham. last_img read more