This Friday, funky rockers Smoke N Bones will take the stage at 30/90 Degrees in New Orleans, LA in celebration of their brand new album! Titled Amplify, the five piece crew continues to pick up new fans and put on exciting performances, even getting to play at the Bern Fest in support of Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders earlier this year.Not only will the band play Amplify in its entirety at the show, but they’ll be joined by special guest Eric “Benny” Bloom (Lettuce, Shady Horns) for some of the performance. Bloom is featured on the new release, as is trumpeter Mark Levron. With the sonic force of Amplify coming in hot, there’s no telling just how much fun this show will be!Check out some seriously funky promo for the show:Not only that, but the show is absolutely free! Just don’t forget to pick up a copy of Amplify while you’re there, to show your support for these funky up and comers. With four-part harmonies and creative original music, the sky’s the limit for Smoke N Bones. You can find out more about the show here.Smoke N Bones is:Mykia Jovan – VocalsBilly Franklin – Guitar, VocalsKyle “Astreaux” Cripps – Sax, KeyboardsDoug Dietrich – Bass, VocalsKyle “Shabram” Sharamitaro – Drums, Vocals
METI’s data shows the arrival-based spot price was also at $3.80/mmBtu rising from last month’s $2.60/mmBtu but substantially down from $7.50/mmBtu recorded in June 2019. For illustration only (Image: NYK LNG) The effects of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic have weighed down on Japan’s spot LNG prices pushing them to record lows in previous months. The average contract price for spot LNG cargoes shipped to Japan in June stood at $3.80/mmBtu, according to data released by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. The ministry surveys only spot LNG cargoes purchased by Japanese utilities and other importers. But its still represents a decline when compared to the same month a year ago when the contracted price was $5.5/mmBtu. Japanese spot LNG cargo prices are showing signs of slight recovery following a record drop in May. This is a rise compared to a record low in May when the contracted price reached $2.20 per mmBtu. It excludes cargo deals linked to a particular price index such as the US Henry Hub.
Marty Moore is one of those looking to prove his fitness ahead of the last game before Schmidt finalises his 31-man panel.Luke Fitzgerald looks set to be handed a role in the centre on Saturday, while the likes of Johnny Sexton, Rob Kearney and Robbie Henshaw are all likely to be in that starting 15.