Fleetwood Mac Adds Shows To Tour, Tickets Released Today, With Seats Available Even When The Box Office Is Sold Out At FleetwoodMacConcertDates.com


New York, NY (PRWEB) October 20, 2014

The Fleetwood Mac On With The Show Tour announced a major extension. New shows have been added for 2015 beginning on January 16, at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, MN at 8pm. The tour will visit over twenty cities including Lincoln, Grand Rapids, Atlantic City, Uniondale, Providence, Buffalo, Newark, Des Moines, Milwaukee, Cleveland, Charlotte, Greensboro, St. Louis, Austin, Charlottesville, Knoxville and Wichita.

Madison Square Garden once again hosts Fleetwood Mac on January 22. The last two shows they played there sold out. Other New York City area performances include Nassau and Newark. Tickets for these concerts and all Fleetwood Mac shows are available at FleetwoodMacConcertDates.com online.

Fleetwood Mac returns to the concert stage with their On With The Show Tour. The band began as a British blues act in the late 1960′s, with drummer Mick Fleetwood and bassist John McVie; John’s wife, Christine McVie soon joined the group on keyboards and vocals. The band shifted towards mainstream rock and pop in the 1970′s, especially after the addition of an American duo, guitarist Lindsey Buckingham and vocalist Stevie Nicks. With this lineup, Fleetwood Mac cut its self-titled album in 1975, earning praise for the smooth melodies and haunting lyrics of hits like Rhiannon, Say You Love Me, and Landslide. Amid rumors of drug abuse, infidelity, and infighting, Fleetwood Mac released Rumours in 1977, which topped charts around the world and spawned a string of hit singles: Go Your Own Way, Dreams, Don’t Stop, You Make Loving Fun, and The Chain. The group showcased its broadening musical range with 1979′s Tusk, from the tribal drum beat of the title track to the heartbreaking ballad Sara. Despite more hits in the 1980′s, like Big Love and Little Lies, inner tensions finally fractured Fleetwood Mac. By 1988, band members began going their separate ways. In 2014, for first time decades, Fleetwood Mac’s complete line-up comes together for another powerhouse concert tour.

In addition to Fleetwood Mac, Madison Square Garden also hosts musical artists like Billy Joel and Motley Crue. Sports fans can purchase tickets for New York Rangers and New York Knicks games.

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Hobergs Resort & Spa Adds Second Day of Great Music to Heroes of Woodstock Weekend with Summer of Love 2014


Cobb, CA (PRWEB) August 04, 2014

Hot on the heels of their August 16th 45th-anniversary Heroes of of Woodstock event featuring Jefferson Starship, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Canned Heat, Imperial Messenger Service, and Country Joe McDonald, Hobergs Resort and Spa is excited to announce an August 17th Summer of Love concert featuring Elvin Bishop, Lydia Pense and Cold Blood, and Its a Beautiful Day.

The three bands could have played together at Fillmore West and they havent lost a step since then. These are fiercely good musicians still at the top of their game.

Elvin Bishop came to notice in 1965 as a member of the legendary Butterfield Blues Band, the new generation of Chicago blues, yet he may be getting his best reviews now for his soon-to-be-released Alligator Records release Cant Even Do Wrong Right. Sizzlingly brilliant slide guitar chops mix with a good-timey feel that makes you laugh and dance. Elvins had hits Fooled Around and Fell In Love and is a part of legend, but the fact is, hes never faded as a great player committed to the blues. When Entertainment Weekly sees that a CD his 1998 The Skin Im In is nothing but sheer, unpretentious joy, you know hes doing something right.

There were great women vocalists in the San Francisco scene Janis Joplin and Grace Slick come to mind but no one out-sang Lydia Pense, and Cold Blood was one of the truly great bands. Mixing R & B with powerhouse rock and roll, Lydia and Cold Blood joined with Tower of Power and created what was known as East Bay Grease funky, soulful, and truly delicious.

Its A Beautiful Day is undoubtedly among the most distinctive of all the Summer of Love San Francisco bands, not least because it was created by violinist David LaFlamme, a veteran of the Utah Symphony Orchestra. With his wife Linda on keyboards, they developed a truly unique sound fusing jazz, rock, folk, world beat and classical styles into a true thing of beauty, best remembered for the sad, lyrical masterpiece White Bird. Unfortunately, the song came out of their experience of being caged by a most peculiar manager named Matthew Katz, one of the primary reasons they did not experience the success they deserved. Nonetheless, their musical quality endures they are not to be missed.

Hobergs Resort and Spa is 55 acres of beauty. It began with a small lodge and a few cabins in the 1880s and by the 1940s and 50s became one of Californias largest private resorts, hosting 1,000 guests nightly to enjoy the outdoors and also hear the biggest bands of the era. From 1970 to 2010 it was a private meditation facility, but recently it was acquired by new hoteliers anxious to make it a world-class resort offering the highest level of entertainment and a wine-tasting room with the finest assortment of Lake County wines anywhere. All of this is undergirded by an extraordinary commitment to green environmental practices. It is about 100 miles north of San Francisco, 100 miles Northwest of Sacramento, and 20 miles north of Calistoga at State Highway 175 and Entrance Road, Cobb, CA, in the mountain wine country of Lake County.

Tickets: $ 27 in advance, available at http://www.Ticketfly.com $ 35 at the door.

Further Information: http://www.hobergsresort.com or Cobb Mountain Concert Series hotline (866) 622 7709. Doors will open at Noon.







StartUp Health Adds 12 Healthcare Transformers to Its National Academy for Health and Wellness Entrepreneurs


New York City, NY (PRWEB) September 19, 2012

StartUp Health announced the addition of 12 Healthcare Transformers who were selected to join its rapidly growing national academy for health and wellness entrepreneurship. StartUp Health, which launched in June 2011 at HHSs Health Datapalooza in Washington, DC, now includes a portfolio of 22 of the nations leading early stage and growth companies in digital health and wellness. These extraordinary and passionate entrepreneurs and innovators (Healthcare Transformers) are collectively on a mission to solve one of the great challenges of our time: fixing a broken healthcare system in ways that significantly reduce costs and dramatically improve care.

After reviewing hundreds of applications, it was incredibly difficult to narrow it down to these 12 amazing teams, said Unity Stoakes, co-founder and President of StartUp Health. The Healthcare Transformers selected to join StartUp Health Academy represent an experienced group of leaders who are building a new wave of solutions across a broad spectrum of health and wellness innovation.

To really move the dial and and maximize growth, we have designed StartUp Health Academy as a unique long-term program and a more efficient way for health entrepreneurs to navigate the dips and leverage opportunities as they grow their business, said Steven Krein, co-founder and CEO of StartUp Health. The Academy is structured as a three-year curriculum with strategic thinking workshops and collaborative peer groups designed to help innovators navigate business challenges. We believe there is great power in these networks and in the model of bringing together the community of innovators, customers, investors, and partners we have organized to transform healthcare.

In addition to being a long-term program, one of the wonderful things that attracts great entrepreneurs to apply to our program is that we are both location and stage agnostic, explained Krein. In our second class of Healthcare Transformers, six teams are located on the East Coast and six on the West Coast. The companies in this class, which includes four women founders, four serial entrepreneurs and five physicians, are already beyond the Idea Stage, with founding teams in place, initial financial backing, and early user or customer traction. All have already received seed funding or financial support via venture capital, angel investors, grants, or customer revenue. And four of the companies have been participants in one of the digital health seed accelerators.

Healthcare Transformers added in September 2012 include:

Avado – Dave Chase and Bassam Saliba

Dave and Bassam are entrepreneurs on a mission to make it easier for patients and providers to communicate. Together, Dave and Bassam co-founded Avado (@avado), a Patient Relationship Management system dubbed “GPS for Healthcare” that is the next generation, EHR-neutral patient portal built for the new requirements facing healthcare providers such as medical homes and Accountable Care Organizations. In addition to his role as CEO of Avado, which is headquartered in Seattle, Dave is co-editing and writing a book for HIMSS on patient engagement and is a regular contributor to Reuters, Forbes, and TechCrunch. Previously, Dave founded Microsoft’s healthcare platform business leading it to be the underlying technology for the majority of healthIT systems. Bassam, CTO of Avado, has held leadership roles in companies such as Microsoft, Scalix Corporation, and Fidesic including selling one business to CheckFree for $ 1 billion. Learn more at avado.com.

Beyond Lucid Technologies – Jonathon Feit and Christian Witt

Jonathon and Christian are entrepreneurs on a mission to improve emergency care by putting digital innovations in the hands of EMTs and Firefighters. Jonathon (CEO) and Christian (President & CTO) co-founded Beyond Lucid Technologies (@jonathonfeit / @beyondlucid). The company’s MEDIVIEW Platform is designed to connect First Responders with care facilities, including Accountable Care Organizations. It is the first electronic patient care record system built specifically for disaster management, including integrated satellite-based GPS that works both online and offline (i.e., if the network shuts down), and telehealth capabilities that let providers access prehospital data within 30 seconds, making patient pre-registrations possible. Jonathon and Christian co-founded Beyond Lucid Technologies in 2009, while completing their MBAs at Carnegie Mellon University, which is an early investor in the company. Dell and Microsoft are partners, the company received an NIH grant in 2010, and participated in Rock Health. Learn more at beyondlucid.com.

CakeHealth – Rebecca Woodcock

Rebecca is an entrepreneur on a mission to help people save money on healthcare by bringing transparency to health expenses. Rebecca is the founder and CEO of CakeHealth (@cakehealth), a free web service that makes it easy for people to understand and manage all their health expenses. Rebecca was recently named as one of “15 Women in Tech to Watch in 2012″ by Inc. Magazine. CakeHealth, based in San Francisco, is a Rock Health graduate and has raised seed funding from prominent investors such as 500 Startups, George Zachary and Kirill Sheynkman. Learn more at cakehealth.com.

CareLinx – Sherwin Sheik

Sherwin is an entrepreneur on a mission to leverage technology to disrupt, disintermediate and improve the entire in-home caregiving service delivery industry. Sherwin is the founder and CEO of CareLinx (@carelinx), an online professional caregiver network that provides solutions to help consumers & institutions easily find, screen, manage and pay caregivers who match their specific needs and budget. CareLinx is well positioned to capitalize on the growing demand for caregivers with the aging of our population. CareLinx, headquartered in San Francisco, has raised $ 1.5 million to date and has several thousand caregivers in its network across the United States. Prior to founding CareLinx, Sherwin was a successful healthcare analyst and trader at a Hedge Fund. Learn more at carelinx.com.

CarePlanners – Alan Blaustein and Nancy Snyderman, MD

Alans passion for healthcare solutions began with his thymic cancer diagnosis in 2005. Frustrated with the limited resources available to effectively navigate the healthcare system, he leaned on his longtime friend Dr. Nancy Snyderman, NBC’s Chief Medical Editor, for support. After Alan’s recovery, the friends realized there was a need for a service to help patients and caregivers make better decisions amid the healthcare systems many complexities. In June 2012, they launched CarePlanners (@careplanners) to provide patient and caregiver navigation, coordination and organization solutions through a nationwide team of healthcare experts (e.g. – registered nurses, social workers, Medicare experts, insurance and billing specialists, and other healthcare advocates) and a sophisticated set of online decision-making support tools. CarePlanners is headquartered in New York City. Alan, an attorney to the burgeoning Internet marketplace in the late 1990s, was also one of the Internets earliest entrepreneurs, holding senior leadership positions at About, Flexplay, and OpenSky. Dr. Nancy Snyderman is a surgeon, a caregiver, and a journalist. Learn more at careplanners.com.

Chemotopia – Steven Eisenberg, MD

Steven (@drseisenberg) is a serial entrepreneur and physician on a mission to make cancer suck less. Chemotopia (@chemotopia), headquartered in San Diego, CA, is the first application that prepares patients for every aspect of the journey through chemotherapy treatment. Chemotopia offers a supportive community of real patients helping and learning from one another and timely and pertinent information for cancer patients as they go through the different stages of chemotherapy. Steven is also a co-foun

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