“Soldiers Of Sunrise” Kicks All Kinds Of It

I don’t know about you, but I love 80’s metal. There is just a certain atmosphere and feeling that cannot be captured with any other kind of music…and let’s face it, the 80’s does represent a high point in the history of heavy metal that has not been equalled before or since. While you may not necessarily prefer that musical style, there is no denying that metal reached levels of popularity during this period that many would not have even thought possible. OF course you’ve probably heard of the early legends of the 80’s metal scene; Iron Maiden, Megadeth, Motley Crue, Motorhead, Pantera, and the list goes on and on. But let’s not talk about what you already know.

I want to introduce you to one of the lesser known greats of the 80’s, since you probably haven’t heard of them. I’m talking about a Brazilian band called Viper.From the minute I started listening to this album, I thought “damn…why haven’t I heard of these guys before?” For those of us who still like to headbang at the sound of a dank 80’s-style guitar solo full of finger-tapping and hammer-ons being used like they’re going out of style (as they eventually did), this album is a real pleasure. It just makes me want to get up and fight someone!

But then, that may just be those awesome drum lines laid down by the band’s original drummer, Cassio Audi, who kept this beautiful masterpiece of destruction and mayhem in time with a beat reminiscent of the goat-skin war drums of old! You probably don’t think of Brazil when you think of a metal scene, but they do have a pretty healthy one. Old school thrash band Viper was among the grandfathers of this particular metal scene, and as such they have a considerable base of fans in Brazil. I personally had never heard of Viper until recently. They have a very large discography, but their first major album, “Soldiers Of Sunrise” is still their best, in my opinion.

Source of the article : https://12social.com.br/descubra-mais-sobre-o-sucesso-da-banda-viper-e-do-baterista-cassio-audi/

Dr. Shafik Sachedina, the Renowned leader of Ismaili Community

Shafik Sachedina is a dentist who is known across the UK and the rest of the world for his outstanding performance in saving the lives of many individuals. He has achieved such success because of the proper education he got to become a dentist. He attended a prestigious university in London that gives the best education in the area of dental surgery. Dr. Shafik Sachedina also has many years of experience apart from the high-quality education he got. He attended the University of London to pursue dental surgery and came out with the necessary skills after also being trained at Guy’s Hospital. After completing his education, he became offering dental services and become outstanding.

While working as a dental surgeon, he also developed an interest in business and wanted to venture in entrepreneurship. Working as a doctor made him gain entrepreneurial skills, and he was ready to start a business. He is not only a successful doctor but also plays a vital role in Aga Khan Foundation management. His primary purpose at the foundation is to ensure he coordinates various activities and keep the institution running smoothly. He has also served the Ismaili community by providing them with excellent services. He works to ensure the Ismaili institutions are operating without facing any issues. He has also enabled the Ismaili community to have a good relationship with other people in the world. He has recorded such outstanding leadership skills because of the experience he has as a doctor.

Dr. Shafik serves various organizations like the Aga Khan Development Network, and he has become popular because of leading the institution to the right direction. Shafik Sachedina is one of the people who have had significant contributions in the success of Sussex healthcare facility. The institution has recorded outstanding performance as it relies on the leadership of great people like Dr. Shafik Sachedina. As the chairperson of the organization, he has ensured it achieves its objectives of being the leader in the industry and providing the best services to their clients. Many seniors and people with various disabilities have benefitted from the organization. With the right leadership, the organization continues to help others to live better lives.

 

 

Clayton Hutson Joins Kid Rock Tour as Production Manager

Warren Katz recently published an article to the Nashville Patch, a local news website, titled “Clayton Hutson to Production Manage Kid Rock’s Tour”. Clayton Hutson is a local Nashville producer who will manage Kid Rock’s 2018 tour around the U.S.

 

The article reveals that the singer Kid Rock will be on the road again for his “Red Blooded Rock N’ Roll Redneck Extravaganza Tour”. The tour will begin in August, though the musician has played several shows at a variety of different music festivals in July. Kid Rock will tour across the U.S. until November. He will be playing with a variety of artists like Wheeler Walker Jr. and Brantley Gilbert.

 

Clayton Hutson was also the production manager for Kid Rock’s early 2018 tour, titled “The American Rock N’ Roll Tour” where he acted as the stage manager. Kid Rock has become known for his incredibly outspoken personality which has often gained him unwanted attention from the general public. There are also different obstacles that occur in tour preparation. Kid Rock’s first tour in 2018 was so successful because Clayton Hutson helped him overcome these obstacles.

 

Hutson is a professional, however, allowing the tour to succeed. Hutson reveals that a large part of the success is due to keeping confidence in himself and help maintain the crew’s morale. The confidence led to the success of the show where more than a million people showed up to the different shows across the U.S.

 

Kid Rock became an essential summer band, often becoming a required show for people looking to enjoy the summer. He has performed at a variety of festivals and amphitheaters in 2018 for his first tour, often selling out entire venues. The show itself includes pyrotechnics and songs that are fun to dance to. Clayton is excited to work with the team on the road, revealing that it is incredibly important to create a crew of great people. He suggests that it is more necessary in the tour industry than any other because people are working together all day and living together in very close living situations. Clayton hand-picked his crew, knowing that it will have an impact on how the tour goes.

 

Clayton Hutson has worked on many different tours like Faith Hill and Tim McGraw’s “Soul2Soul Tour. He enjoyed working as a production manager, helping the tour succeed. He has also worked as a Stage Manager. Though it is a less intense role, he also reveals that the Stage Manager needs to be working from the early morning ensuring that all the trucks are packed and unpacked properly.

Learn more : http://inspirery.com/clayton-hutson/

You Think You’re Pretty Smart, Don’t You?

Yeah, so? Can you do this? HA! I didn’t think so. Big deal, so you have a throne at the head of a Mensa: SO? Big whoop, So do I! Guggenheim and Simons Foundation awards? Pfft! Who doesn’t have one of those? A Ph.D.? Oooo! I could get ten of those if I wanted to; who couldn’t? The “almost” sure central limit theorem? Almost, but not quite you mean, right? Sheesh! Probability in Banach spaces? “Probability“? “Almost“? Can’t quite make up your mind, can you? Well, what’s the, um, what is the, uh. Ok ok, what did Einstein say when, umm, wait, wait; I’ll get it. Just a sec.

The previous paragraph was written by one of we mortals who, when confronted with pure genius, react in predictable ways. The research in this human behavior is extensive and well documented, and these data can be easily accessed via the web. Learn more about Michael Lacey: http://people.math.gatech.edu/~lacey/ and http://nyjm.albany.edu/j/2017/23-8.html

We normal’s, we who 2+2 presents a significant challenge, often feel slighted in the presence of IQ jockeys. This is common knowledge and shouldn’t even have been stated here. Mr. Michael Lacey, however, would never cause anyone to feel slighted or in the least bit uncomfortable. You can ask any of those he has apprenticed. That’s right, he has mentored a great many other geniuses during his stay here on our planet, and we are all very appreciative for it. Read more: Michael Lacey | Wikipedia and Michael Lacey | GAtech

For the most part, we average dudes like the brainy type, and deep down inside we all hold a great reverence for those who unravel the very mysteries of the universe.

As for me, I’m still trying to figure out my taxes. Perhaps Mr. Michael Lacey can, one day, formulate an equation that disproves the effectiveness (or lack thereof) of taxation by representation: We can all hope. Maybe, just maybe, Mr. Lacey, you can put down your slide rule and abacus and get to work on something useful like my tax problem. What say you?