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PREMIERE: Head For The Hills Debuts Video For “Bitter Black Coffee” Off Their Upcoming Album

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first_imgOn May 12th, Head for the Hills, the Colorado newgrass quartet, will release their latest album, Potions and Poisons. The album will be the group’s fourth studio album following the 2013 release of Blue Ruin. The group, composed of Adam Kinghorn (Guitar), Joe Lessard (Violin), Matt Loewen (Bass), and Sam Parks (Mandolin), has just released a brand new music video for “Bitter Black Coffee,” a track off the upcoming Potions and Poisons.“Bitter Black Coffee,” which was written by Head for the Hills’ Adam Kinghorn, and its accompanying video is a mournful, longing ode to regretful nights with former flames and their repercussions come sunrise. The video for this latest release by Head for the Hills is shot in black and white and features shots of a man alone at a table, filmed from overhead, as time throughout the day passes; the members of Head for the Hills playing the wistful song together; and the woman who’s clearly on the man’s mind. The gritty video was directed by bassist Matt Loewen and produced by the band, making them the artistic force behind both the song and the moving video that evokes film noir in its stylings.You can check out the Live For Live Music’s video premiere of Head for the Hill’s “Bitter Black Coffee” below along with the lyrics from the song. Pre-sale for Potions and Poisons ends this Friday, May 4th, ahead of its May 12th release so make sure to order your copy now here. Fans should also mosey over to the band’s website to get more information about the group, including upcoming tour dates. Head For The Hill’s Upcoming 2017 Tour Dates05.13 | Bellvue, CO – Pickin’ on the Poudre – Mishawaka Amphitheatre05.23 | Raleigh, NC – Pour House Music Hall05.24 | Annapolis, MD – Rams Head On Stage05.25 | Leesburg, VA – Tally Ho Theatre05.26 | Falls Church, VA – State Theatre05.27-28 | Cumberland, MD – DelFest06.10 | Denver, CO – Brewgrass06.16-18 | Chicago, IL – Taste of Randolph06.17 | Vail, CO – Solaris Plaza – Vail Craft Beer Classic06.23-25 | Idaho Springs, CO – Rapidgrass Music Festival06.24 | Hastings, NE – Flatwater Music Festival06.30-07.01 | Buena Vista, CO – Rapids & Grass Music and Beer Festival07.06 | Snowmass Village, CO – Jazz Aspen Snowmass – Fanny Hill07.08-09 | Frankfort, IL – Frankfort Bluegrass Festival07.22 | Grand Junction, CO – Las Colonias Park Amphitheater08.04-06 | South Fork, CO – Rhythms on the Rio08.10-13 | Bond, CO – YarmonyGrasslast_img read more

Governor Wolf Announces Nearly $1 Million Approved for DCED Economic Initiative in Coal-Impacted Communities

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first_img October 27, 2016 Governor Wolf Announces Nearly $1 Million Approved for DCED Economic Initiative in Coal-Impacted Communities SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img Energy,  Jobs That Pay,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf announced today the approval of $960,000 in funding through the Economic Development Administration (EDA) under the United States Department of Commerce and the EDA’s Partnerships for Opportunity and Workforce and Economic Revitalization (POWER) Initiative to develop a plan that encourages the redevelopment of idled coal-fired power plants throughout the commonwealth.“Sites that once occupied Pennsylvania’s operational coal-fired power plants are very often in prime locations for redevelopment, boasting access to excellent existing infrastructure assets like rivers, highways, railroads, and utilities,” said Governor Wolf. “In addition to offering developer’s confidence in estimating potential project budgets, this effort is also likely to facilitate negotiations and transactions with plant owners. Efficiently returning these sites to the tax roll benefits surrounding communities and enhances the overall well-being of the commonwealth.”“Through this funding, the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) will identify potential redevelopment opportunities for decommissioned plants,” said DCED Secretary Dennis Davin. “Ultimately, this effort represents a coordinated and proactive business attraction strategy that will serve as model approach for incentivizing real estate transactions and transformational redevelopment of these properties.”DCED received approval for $960,000 in funding to address the redevelopment potential of closed coal-fired power plants across the state. The department, in partnership with power companies and regional and local economic development entities, will perform a combination of environmental and economic analyses at shuttered power plants in Pennsylvania to give potential developers an assessment of potential redevelopment costs and accelerate plans for reuse.Earlier this year, Governor Wolf announced the availability of $65.8 million through the Obama Administration’s POWER Initiative to develop new strategies for economic growth and worker advancement for communities that have historically relied on the coal economy for economic stability.The POWER Initiative is a multi-agency effort aligning and targeting federal economic and workforce development resources to communities and workers that have been affected by job losses in coal mining, coal power plant operations, and coal-related supply chain industries due to the changing economics of America’s energy production. The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) is participating in the initiative with the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA).The Obama administration launched the POWER Initiative in 2015 and awarded nearly $15 million to coal-impacted communities, making investments in seven Appalachian states. Congress expanded the work of POWER for 2016, providing $50 million to ARC to assist communities across Appalachia, along with $15 million to EDA to assist communities nationwide.For more information on the POWER Initiatives including eligibility requirements and application information, visit www.eda.gov/power.# # #Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolflast_img read more