Spafford Welcomes Todd Stoops At The Music Hall of Williamsburg [Photos/Audio/Video]

first_imgSpafford and Mungion are in the midst of their first-ever spring tour together, and it’s off to a smashing start. Last night at Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY, fans were treated to an exciting double bill that kept the room rocking and rolling in the right direction.With high energy performances showcasing their top-level musicianship, Mungion never stray too far away from each other and display impressive interplay between members. With a style that is easily danceable and laden with heavy grooves, Spafford is creating improvisational highlights on a nightly basis that are simply extraordinary. Together, they deliver an exciting new direction that gives the jam scene hope for a bright future.Spafford’s two set extravaganza gave fans in Brooklyn a chance to get acquainted with their impressive mix of originals and sing along Grateful Dead and Tears for Fears. To the surprise of all, Todd Stoops (Electric Beethoven) joined in for the first set-closing “Ain’t That Wrong.”Watch Todd Stoops join Spafford for “Ain’t That Wrong” in the video below:You can also enjoy full show audio from Matt Moricle below:SpaffordMungionTonight, they head to Hamden, CT at The Outerspace / Ballroom.Setlist: Spafford | Music Hall of Williamsburg | Brooklyn, NY | 4/13/17I: Slip and Squander, All In, Electric Taco Stand, Diana, Feel Like a Stranger [1], Ain’t That Wrong [2]II: In the Eyes of Thieves, Mad World [3], Funkadelic > Galisteo Way, Beautiful Day > Leave the Light OnEncore: America (fake out pause) > The Reprise [4][1] The Grateful Dead[2] w/ Todd Stoops on keys[3] Tears for Fears[4] with Long PauseSetlist: Mungion | Music Hall of Williamsburg | Brooklyn, NY | 4/13/17Disco Rice>Nuthead, Casual Titus>Myrtle, Ferris Wheel’s Day Off, Chemical Plant Zone (Sonic The Hedgehog Theme), Life During Wartime (Talking Heads cover)E: One Night StanEnjoy the full gallery below, courtesy of Jeremy Gordon. Load remaining imageslast_img read more

Fortuna Entertainment confident of hitting 2017 targets

first_img Share StumbleUpon The governance of Eastern European gambling group Fortuna Entertainment NV has detailed that it is confident of hitting its full-year 2017 corporate guidance, following a strong end to 2017 trading.Issuing a short market update, based on its preliminary unaudited 2017 results, Fortuna entertainment expects to generate total group corporate revenues of €1.9 billion.Furthermore, the company has raised its full-year EBITDA growth range to +135-155%, from its original guidance of 80-95% on FY 2016 results.The gambling operator, detailed a strong Q4 2017 closing period, in which its sports betting margin was bolstered by a series of favourable sporting results, recorded during the period.Closing its statement, Fortuna governance detailed that it expects to deliver a 2017 group capital expenditure in the range of €11-14 million.This January, Fortbet Holdings the largest shareholder in Fortuna Entertainment (80% equity), detailed that it had entered a binding agreement allowing the investment fund to acquire the gambling group outright.Gaining approval, Fortbet seeks to turn Fortuna into a private enterprise delisting the firm’s placement on the Prague and Warsaw Stock Exchanges. Related Articles BetFan sets top five target for Poland’s online betting market May 16, 2019 Fortuna completes Playtech IMS upgrade for Polish profile May 7, 2020 Share Submit Polish trade body urges ministers to rethink gambling regime for a modern economy March 4, 2020last_img read more