“Melissa” was always Duane Allman‘s favorite song to hear his brother sing. So ten years after his death, Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts, and “Dangerous” Dan Toler took the stage at NBC Studios to perform the emotional song in his honor.Gregg Allman would often recount memories of his brother Duane at the dinner table, asking him to “play that song… the one about the girl.” While the core of the band died in the early 1970s, when Duane and Berry Oakley died in motorcycle accidents a year apart from each other, the last 40+ years have been dedicated to prolonging the life of the music through the remaining members, and whatever iteration of players the original bandmates recruited throughout time.The music stayed strong for 45 years, until the Allman Brothers Band officially played their last show in October of 2014. While Gregg, Butch Trucks, and Jaimoe all played in their respective bands outside of the ABB, there was still hope that the band would reunite for a 50th anniversary. With the deaths of Gregg Allman and Butch Trucks this year, we regret to realize the time has passed.Gregg Allman’s voice and songwriting has proved timeless already, and will continue to warm our hearts for years to come. Watch the 1981 performance, and take a moment to let it sink in.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Greentech Media:A slew of recent announcements has left Europe poised to overtake North America in terms of battery manufacturing capacity by 2023, analyst figures show.Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) expects European nameplate lithium-ion battery manufacturing capacity to top 198 gigawatt-hours a year by 2023, up from roughly 18 gigawatt-hours a year today. This more than tenfold growth over the next few years should allow Europe to overtake North America, which is set to have around 130 gigawatt-hours a year of manufacturing capacity by 2023, according to the analyst firm.“Europe is moving away from being a laggard to committing serious amounts of capital and state support,” said Logan Goldie-Scot, head of energy storage at BNEF.However, neither region will come anywhere close to matching the battery manufacturing capacity forecast for China. China is expected to boast around 800 gigawatt-hours of annual manufacturing capacity by 2023, or two-thirds of a global total of just over 1.2 terawatt-hours, BNEF figures show.Furthermore, much of the manufacturing capacity currently being built or planned in Europe belongs to Chinese and other Asian manufacturers.China-based Contemporary Amperex Technology, for example, is investing in a 14-gigawatt-hour-a-year battery factory in Germany after signing EV supply deals with German carmakers BMW and Volkswagen. Another Chinese battery manufacturer, Svolt Energy Technology, is planning a European base with 24 gigawatt-hours of production capacity a year by 2025. Elsewhere, South Korean manufacturers including LG Chem, Samsung SDI and SK Innovation are planning to expand their European operations.More: Europe set to race past U.S. in battery manufacturing Analysts see Europe passing U.S. in battery storage installation by 2023
The WTM fair is held every year in London and is the largest business tourism fair in the world, with 5500 exhibitors from 180 countries and visited annually by more than 50 tourism professionals, tourism ministers and other close departments and media representatives.Last year, according to estimates, a total of around 2.5 billion pounds of tourist business was contracted within WTM, and this fair marks the beginning of the “official” season of fair appearances, as well as other types of promotional activities with the aim of preparing the next tourist year.The season of fair performances begins with the WTM fairThe British market is important for our country, and interest in Croatia is growing from year to year. Thus, in the first nine months of this year, there were 8% more arrivals and overnight stays than last year, ie 850.000 arrivals and 4.4. million overnight stays of guests from the UK. They mostly stayed in hotels and then in household facilities, while they spent the most nights in Dubrovnik, Split, Konavle, Pula and Poreč. The average daily consumption of tourists from the UK according to the TOMAS survey is 139 Euros, which puts them in second place in terms of consumption, immediately from guests from the USA who on average achieve the highest daily consumption of 158 Euros.”On one of the largest tourist scenes in the world, Croatia will present its numerous offers, which from year to year win the status of one of the most popular tourist destinations. This is also an opportunity to further position ourselves in the United Kingdom market, which is one of our largest and most promising markets, with great potential for further growth. Guests from the UK travel significantly in the pre- and post-season, mostly staying in hotels of high and higher category, and their daily consumption is significantly higher than the average of other markets, so we will continue to focus on this, extremely important to us. market.Said Tourism Minister Gary Cappelli.Promotion of new official uniforms of the CNTBPhoto: Darko Tomas / CROPIXIt is at the WTM fair today that the official premiere of the new tourist uniforms of the Croatian National Tourist Board, which took place a few days ago in the Zagreb Mimara Museum, has a preview as part of a humanitarian fashion event called “It simply came to our notice then”. The latest collection of tourist uniforms of the Croatian National Tourist Board was created by the fashion duo Elfs. See more about the new tourist uniforms in the attachment./ / / NEW OFFICIAL TOURIST UNIFORMS OF CNTB PRESENTED
Top-Ranked Argonauts Season Ends in Semifinals May 11, 2007ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. – Top-ranked West Florida’s (26-4) impressive season came to an end against sixth-ranked Lynn University on Friday. Lynn defeated West Florida, 5-0, in the semifinals of the NCAA Division II National Championships at Sanlando Park. Last season the Argonauts were defeated 5-2 by the Fighting Knights in the national semifinals in Kansas City.The Fighting Knights swept the doubles action, earning all three points. Dante Bottini (Buenos Aires, Argentina) and Nicolas Barrientos (Cali, Colombia) were defeated 8-5 in the first position. Diego Zorzi (Buenos Aires, Argentina) and his partner Luis Arboleda (Medellin, Colombia) were defeated 8-6 in the second position. Argonaut teammates Eduardo Cavasotti (Florianopolis, Brazil) and his partner Luiz Bernardi (Campinas, Brazil) were also lost 9-7 in the third position, giving the Fighting Knights the 3-0 lead.Following the doubles action, and needing five out of a six possible points, the Argonauts fell short against the Fighting Knights. Playing in the third position, 38th ranked Barrientos was defeated in straight sets, giving the Fighting Knights a comfortable 4-0 lead. Seventh-ranked Zorzi, playing in the first position, was also defeated in straight sets, finishing the match and securing Lynn’s spot in the NCAA Division II championship final.The Argonauts posted a 27-4 record, finishing the season with a .867 winning percentage. Against Gulf South Conference opponents, the Argonauts posted a 9-1 record, with a .900 conference winning percentage. The Argonauts were also ranked first in the nation during the regular season, and runner-up in the GSC Tournament.Diego Zorzi posted a 14-2 singles record, finishing the season with a .875 winning percentage including a 4-2 record in the first position and a 10-0 record in the second position. In doubles Zorzi was an impressive 21-3 record this season, including a 1-0 record in the first position and a 20-3 record in the second position, finishing with a .875 winning percentage in doubles. Zorzi was nationally ranked seventh in singles and 19th in doubles with partner Luis Arboleda.Dante Bottini recorded a 15-4 singles record, finishing the season with a .789 winning percentage in singles, including a 12-4 record in the first position and a 3-0 record in the second position. In doubles Bottini posted an impressive 24-4 record in the first position this season, finishing with a .856 winning percentage. Bottini was nationally ranked sixth in singles and second in doubles with partner Nicolas Barrientos. Bottini was also named NCAA Division II/Intercollegiate Tennis Association South Region Senior of The Year.Nicolas Barrientos posted a 16-10 singles record, finishing the season with a .615 winning percentage, including a 2-1 record in the first position, a 4-3 record in the second position and a 10-4 record in the third position. In doubles Barrientos was an impressive 24-4 record this season in the first position, and finished the season with a .857 winning percentage in doubles. Barrientos was nationally ranked 38th in singles and second in doubles with partner Bottini.Eduardo Cavasotti finished with a 12-10 singles record, finishing the season with a .545 winning percentage in singles, including a 4-3 record in the third position and a 7-6 record in the fourth position. In doubles Cavasotti posted a 20-9 record, including a 1-0 record in the first position, a 4-2 record in the second position, and a 16-6 in the third position, finishing the season with a .690 winning percentage in doubles. Cavasotti was nationally ranked 44th in singles.Luis Arboleda posted a 18-5 singles record, finishing the season with a .783 winning percentage, including a 3-0 in the third position, a 3-1 record in the fourth position and 7-4 in the fifth position. In doubles Arboleda put together a 26-4 record, including a 20-4 record in the second position and a 4-0 record in the third position, finishing the season with a .867 winning percentage in doubles. Arboleda was nationally ranked 19th in doubles.Luiz Bernardi earned a 16-4 singles record, finishing the season with a .800 winning percentage in singles, including a 3-1 record in the fourth position, a 5-0 record in the fifth position and a 6-3 record in the sixth position. In doubles Bernardi posted a 20-9 record, including 4-0 in the fourth position and a 13-8 record in the third position. He finished the season with a .690 winning percentage in doubles.Vivian Chhetri posted a 7-4 singles record, finishing the season with a .636 winning percentage in singles, including a 2-0 record in the third and fourth position and 2-1 record in the fifth position. In doubles, Chhetri was a perfect 7-0 in the third position.Mark McGuigan recorded a 6-2 singles record, finishing the season with a .750 winning percentage in singles, including a 2-0 record in the fifth position and a 4-2 record in the sixth position. In doubles McGuigan posted an 1-0 record.Marco Matteucci posted a 5-0 singles record, with three victories in the fifth position and three in the sixth position. In doubles, Matteucci was 2-0 with one victory in the second position and one in the third position.Gui Jasmin posted a 1-0 singles record in the sixth position. In doubles Jasmin was 1-0 in the third position. (By Gui Amaral Jasmin) Print Friendly Version Share