Joey Dosik Captivates Sellout Crowd In NYC Performance [Gallery]

first_imgDosik lead his talented trio through selections from his Game Winner EP, debuted a new solo arrangement of Game Winner track “Competitive Streak” (performed with delicate beauty on a classical acoustic guitar), covered The Beatles and Marvin Gaye, challenged to crowd to rap along with a Will Smith song, and even treated the sold-out crowd to new tune dedicated to his grandmother (which he hinted would be sung by Antwaun Stanley on an upcoming Vulfpeck release). Dosik closed out his set with an extended performance of “Game Winner” featuring an amusing first-hand musical recounting of the highly publicized Charles Oakley/James Dolan drama that took place during his “second to last” trip to see the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.Before the encore, Dosik commented, “One thing we need to do more as a society is listen to women,” and brought up longtime friend Nadia Tykulsker for a reading of James Baldwin‘s poem “Paradise” before sending the audience home with tender ballad “Simply Beautiful.”You can catch Joey Dosik and his many musical talents on the road with Lake Street Dive throughout February and March. Head here for a full list of upcoming dates.Setlist: Joey Dosik | (le) Poisson Rouge | New York, NY | 2/19/17Inside Voice, Don’t Want It To Be Over, Running Away, Arrow Through Me, Past The Point, Don’t Let Me Down, Grandma Song^, Stories^, Competitive Streak^**, What’s Happening Brother^, Take Mine^, Game Winner^ENCORE: James Baldwin poem “Paradise” read by Nadia Tykulsker, Simply Beautiful **Played on classical guitar; ^Solo Joey Dosik | (le) Poisson Rouge | New York, NY | 2/19/17 (photos by Andrew O’Brien) On Sunday evening, singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Joey Dosik made his way to New York City’s (le) Poisson Rouge for his final headlining performance before an extended run of dates supporting Lake Street Dive. As he mentioned in his interview with Live For Live Music last week, Dosik was particularly excited for the intimate performance–a rare chance to perform on a real grand piano and indulge his cocktail lounge singer proclivities while simultaneously doing things “you’ll never see at a jazz show in 2017.” “This is totally my element,” gushed Dosik, “This is a therapy session for me tonight.”While each song on the setlist was beautifully performed, the true magic of the performance came from the charismatic showmanship and colorful commentary that he expertly wove into the set. Clearly relaxed and enjoying himself, Dosik crooned about the meanings of songs, told stories, and waxed nostalgic without breaking his musical stride. The audience, in turn, laughed and cheered along, hanging on his every word. Load remaining imageslast_img read more

Ensuring IT compliance with email encryption

first_imgEmail encryption is encrypting (disguising) the content of emails in order to protect sensitive information from being read by anyone other than the intended recipients. Email encryption is a great idea for regulated industries, but in some cases it is either mandatory or strongly advised, as in the case of health care, the legal profession, and financial institutions. Other businesses that have to adhere to IT compliance protocols and IT auditing should also consider using email encryption to protect themselves and their clients against data security threats and breaches.HIPAA stands for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, and for the health care industry has brought the topic of email encryption to the forefront.  The mandate to encrypt email, however, does not apply to ALL email in a health care setting. If you are sending emails from one co-worker to another on a secure server, for example, it’s not required by HIPAA to encrypt that inter-agency communication. That is assuming the server is protected from external threats, and managed effectively with updated security patches. However, many health care firms are getting into the habit of encrypting across the board to avoid any gray areas. continue reading » 33SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Roberto Martinez refuses to get carried away with Everton form

first_img The Toffees host their Merseyside rivals on Sunday after their impressive fightback saw them win 3-2 at West Brom on Monday after falling two goals behind. Romelu Lukaku’s brace and Arouna Kone’s strike at The Hawthorns sealed their comeback to lift Everton to fifth in the Barclays Premier League and above Liverpool. Press Association Boss Roberto Martinez has warned Everton their form means nothing ahead of the derby with Liverpool. center_img They have beaten champions Chelsea at Goodison Park this season and are unbeaten in six games in all competitions, having only lost to Manchester City so far, but after their Hawthorns heroics Martinez insisted it will count for nothing on Sunday. “Our performance against Chelsea set the standards of what we want to achieve at home but as you can imagine the derby is completely different, it doesn’t matter if you go into it with momentum or not,” he said. “The derby in itself brings that extra emotion and extra meaning to the game. We’re happy we won but not because it’s going to give us momentum into the derby, we’re happy because when you are the last game in the week it’s a real opportunity to show that in the table. Those three points were extra significant to us.” Martinez also refused to condemn James McCarthy after the midfielder was booked for diving in the area in the second half. McCarthy had burst into the box and went down with Craig Gardner closing in but replays showed there was no contact. ” In that situation James is trying his best to get into a goal-scoring position and maybe he was expecting contact,” said Martinez. “I don’t encourage my players to do that but sometimes mistakes happen as a player. “The referee saw it and he handled it very well. Sometimes you are expecting something and you gamble and it happens. I don’t give it any more importance than that.” Saido Berahino and Craig Dawson had given the Baggies a 2-0 lead after 54 minutes but Lukaku struck back instantly after Dawson’s header before Everton scored twice in the final 15 minutes. It was Berahino’s second goal since his strike threat this month, after West Brom rejected bids from Tottenham, but boss Tony Pulis is now concerned with injuries to defenders Gareth McAuley (calf) and his replacement Jonas Olsson (groin). Pulis said: “I don’t think it helped we lost Gareth on Sunday and Jonas has come in and got injured 15 minutes into the game. We lost our two ‘No.5s’ in the game. Olsson looks like he’s done his groin, which is a worry, and with him and McAuley out we are struggling really.” last_img read more