Fypon Virtual Experience for IBSx 2021

first_img Twitter Pinterest Fypon Virtual Experience for IBSx 2021 Previous articleTherma-Tru Introduces New Products and Trends at 2021 Virtual Experience for IBSxNext articleBostonGene Announces Publications in Two Scientific Journals in Collaboration with Leading Cancer Institute Digital AIM Web Support WhatsApp MAUMEE, Ohio–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan 29, 2021– Fypon is proud to announce the 2021 Fypon Virtual Experience, launching Feb. 2, to deliver excitement for its brand and industry-leading innovations, including trends. In conjunction with Fypon’s virtual booth presence at IBSx, the inspirational, interactive learning environment will feature Fypon products in a fully immersive experience. The Fypon Virtual Experience was designed to enhance the brand’s digital presence at IBSx and in support of the NAHB. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210129005529/en/ The Fypon Virtual Experience features Fypon products in a fully immersive experience. (Photo: Business Wire) “We’re excited to safely connect with our trade partners, in an engaging online environment that showcases our new products,” said Paul Mihm, senior vice president of sales at Fypon. Located within the Therma-Tru Virtual Experience, Fypon’s collection of innovative products and current home aesthetic trends will be available for registered participants to explore. Participants will have 24/7 access to view this content online at their convenience. Get a preview of what’s to come and register in advance for the virtual experience at fypon.com/2021virtualexperience. For media interested in prebooking interviews and guided tours through the virtual environment, contact Kevin Metz at [email protected] Shareable HighlightsFypon will debut the 2021 Fypon Virtual Experience on Feb. 2 to introduce innovative products and trends. Get a preview and register in advance at fypon.com/2021virtualexperience. About Fypon Fypon LLC is the recognized leader in polyurethane product design, innovation and moulding technology. The company is headquartered in Maumee, Ohio, and offers a wide selection of architecturally correct styles and designs of moulding and millwork products. For more information, visit www.fypon.com or call 800-446-3040. Fypon is a subsidiary of Therma-Tru and is part of the Doors & Security division of Fortune Brands Home & Security, Inc. (NYSE: FBHS), which creates products and services that fulfill the dreams of homeowners and help people feel more secure. FBHS’s operating divisions are Plumbing, Cabinets and Doors & Security. Its trusted brands include Moen, Perrin & Rowe, Riobel, Rohl, Shaws and Victoria + Albert under the Global Plumbing Group (GPG); more than a dozen core brands under MasterBrand Cabinets; Therma-Tru entry door systems; Fiberon composite decking and railing products; and Master Lock and SentrySafe security products under The Master Lock Company. Fortune Brands holds market leadership positions in all of its divisions. Fortune Brands is part of the S&P 500 Index. For more information, please visit www.fbhs.com. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210129005529/en/ CONTACT: Kevin Metz 312.507.9690 [email protected] KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA OHIO INDUSTRY KEYWORD: INTERIOR DESIGN ARCHITECTURE OTHER CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY RESIDENTIAL BUILDING & REAL ESTATE COMMERCIAL BUILDING & REAL ESTATE CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY SOURCE: Fypon LLC Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 01/29/2021 01:22 PM/DISC: 01/29/2021 01:22 PM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210129005529/en By Digital AIM Web Support – January 29, 2021 WhatsAppcenter_img Facebook Local NewsBusiness Twitter TAGS  Facebook Pinterestlast_img read more

Tedeschi Trucks Band Celebrates Album Release With An “Outpouring Of Love” In Brooklyn [Photos/Videos]

first_imgOn a cold, slushy Wednesday night in Brooklyn, amid a week marked by both heartbreaking ends and exciting beginnings, Tedeschi Trucks Band made their way to Brooklyn Academy of Music‘s Howard Gillman Opera House to celebrate the release of their fourth studio album, Signs.Marking their first release since 2016’s Let Me Get By, Signs was created as a reflection on the various devastating losses experienced by the group and its extended musical family over the last several years. Since late 2016, Tedeschi Trucks Band grappled with the deaths of mentors Leon Russell and Col. Bruce Hampton (whose cosmic curtain call is examined in Signs closing track “The Ending”) as well as Derek Trucks‘ uncle and original Allman Brothers Band drummer Butch Trucks and, soon after, Gregg Allman. As the band noted in a statement, “Signs reflects on the losses suffered by the band in the past few years while still finding cause for hope and celebration in the beauty of life and nature.”“How their passing affected me,” Derek told NPR ahead of the album’s release, “was that there was the wanting to do it right and wanting to carry on whatever parts I learned from them that I could carry on. The music they made was of a special time and place. I’m never going to recapture that stuff, but I’ve certainly been able to take the lessons I learned from them.”The events surrounding last Friday’s release of Signs added an extra layer of poetic melancholy to the album’s already bittersweet theme. The album’s confrontation of loss and heartbreak was compounded when Kofi Burbridge, the band’s longtime keyboardist and flautist, passed away at the age of 57—on the day the record was released. That night, Tedeschi Trucks Band played through the pain of this latest loss, in his hometown, performing the album in near-entirety in celebration of Kofi and his final release.In the days since, countless fans and fellow musicians have voiced their love, appreciation, and pain at the loss of Kofi Burbridge. By the time Tedeschi Trucks Band took the stage for their official album release celebration in Brooklyn, the love and appreciation they’d experienced in the wake of Burbridge’s passing had strengthened what remains. While still reeling, the band channeled Kofi’s memory—and the memories of all the losses that inspired Signs—to deliver an emotional performance clearly colored by the lessons learned from these recent hardships.With flowers and a portrait of Kofi adorning the stage, the core of the band began the night with a rendition of Willie Nelson‘s “Somebody Pick Up My Pieces”, a new addition to their repertoire that echoes their recent heartbreak (“Somebody pick up my pieces; I’m scattered everywhere; And put me back together; Put me way over there; Take me out of contention; I surrender my crown; Somebody pick up my pieces; It’s just me comin’ down”).From there, the band started into material from the new album, performing weighty takes on “Signs, High Times”, “I’m Gonna Be There”, and “When Will I Begin”. Next, Mike Mattison stepped to center stage to lead the band on with soulful sorrow through Bob Dylan‘s “Down In The Flood”, during which Trucks’ first mesmerizing solo of the night truly soared.Signs lead single “Hard Case” followed, rounding out set one’s selections from the new LP. The band closed the first frame with hard-hitting takes on go-to numbers “Bound For Glory” (featuring some spellbinding vocal work from Alecia Chakour), “The Sky Is Crying” (complete with excellent blues soloing from Susan Tedeschi), and a stellar “Idle Wind” featuring a Derek-led jam on “Rastaman Chant” and a delicate yet powerful drums segment.Following a brief intermission, Tedeschi Trucks Band returned to the stage with their pared-down 6-piece core for a rendition of the Allman Brothers Band‘s “Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’”. “Don’t Know What It Means” came next before flowing into covers of The Box Tops‘ “The Letter” and Leonard Cohen‘s “Bird on a Wire”.The Signs numbers continued with “Walk Through This Life” and a powerful reading of the album’s tour de force, “Shame”, featuring an extended solo by interim bassist Brandon Boone. The “Midnight In Harlem” that followed was even more beautiful than usual, the crowd clearly connecting with the added emotion of this wistful rendition. Finally, the set reached its climax with the gospel-inflected one-two punch of Sleepy John Estes‘ “Leaving Trunk” and Rahsaan Roland Kirk‘s “Volunteered Slavery”. By the end of the set, the audience had their hands in the air praising the gospel of music as the tribal sounds coming from the stage kept the venue’s heartbeat intact.When the band returned for their encore, Susan made note of the hard week the band and its fans had endured but beamed with gratitude at the “outpouring of love” they’d felt throughout this fateful week and relished the opportunity to spend the evening connecting with their loving fans. Mark Rivers then stepped forward to take lead vocals on Joe Tex‘s “Show Me” as Derek directed the horn section with unusually animated enthusiasm.It was a heavy evening for everyone both on and off the stage. While the latest loss hung over the celebration, Tedeschi Trucks Band did what they do best—honor the memories of their friends and loved ones and use the lessons learned from them to forge a path forward.Below, you can watch a selection of videos and view a gallery of photos from the performance courtesy of photographer Eric Gettler.“I’m Gonna Be There”[Video: Evan Pragliola]“Bound For Glory”[Video: HotF’nTuna]“The Sky Is Crying”[Video: HotF’nTuna]“Idle Wind” (with “Rastaman Chant” Jam)[Video: HotF’nTuna]“The Letter”[Video: HotF’nTuna]“Bird on a Wire”[Video: HotF’nTuna]“Walk Through This Life”[Video: Evan Pragliola]View VideosNext up for Tedeschi Trucks is the second half of their four-night, two-weekend run at the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C. on Friday, February 22nd and Saturday, February 23rd. For a full list of Tedeschi Trucks Band’s upcoming shows, head to their website here.Setlist: Tedeschi Trucks Band | Brooklyn Academy of Music | Brooklyn, NY | 2/20/19Set One: Somebody Pick Up The Pieces, Signs, High Times, I’m Gonna Be There, When Will I Begin, Down In The Flood, Hard Case, Bound For Glory, The Sky Is Crying, Idle WindSet Two: Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’, Don’t Know What It Means > The Letter, Bird on a Wire, Walk Through This Life, Shame, Midnight In Harlem, Leaving Trunk > Volunteered SlaveryEncore: Show MeTedeschi Trucks Band | ‘Signs’ Album Release Show | Brooklyn Academy of Music | Brooklyn, NY | 2/20/19 Load remaining imageslast_img read more

Mauricio Pochettino signs new Spurs deal until 2021

first_imgTottenham have tied down coveted manager Mauricio Pochettino until 2021 after the Argentinian signed a new contract.Pochettino has spearheaded a dramatic revolution at White Hart Lane this season, with Spurs running Leicester City close in the Premier League title race and securing Champions League football for next term.First team coaches Jesus Perez, Miguel D’Agostino and Toni Jimenez have also agreed contract extensions.Pochettino had reportedly agreed the deal in principle last week, but set tongues wagging as he was pictured lunching with Manchester United icon Alex Ferguson earlier this week.That sparked fears among Spurs fans that United might make a move, but those worries have now been laid to rest with the official new contract signing.”It was an easy decision for my coaching staff and I because we can feel the appreciation of everyone here – there is no better place to be right now.” Pochettino told the club’s official website. “We have enjoyed a great season and we believe this is just the beginning.  ” We have a long-term project and huge belief that we can achieve something big here for the future.””This club has all the ingredients to continue to challenge at the very top in both the Premier League and in Europe and we want to be here to be a part of what I believe will be a special period in the club’s history.””We have seen Mauricio bring a tremendous spirit and ethos to our club and embrace the attacking style of play with which we have always been associated,” said Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.”He has built a squad of youth and experience and this season we have seen football played at the highest level – quite sublime at times.” Tottenham will finish second in the Premier League with a draw against Newcastle United on the final day of the season, unless Arsenal somehow produce a 13-goal swing in their season-ender against relegated Aston Villa.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more