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Today, Pink Talking Fish has announced the dates for their extensive upcoming fall tour, which will see the band joined by The Giant Country Horns during their two-night Colorado run. The multi-band tribute act, which blends the music of Pink Floyd, Talking Heads, and Phish in a high-octane musical cocktail, also has a number of dates on the calendar, with the tour spanning from the end of August through mid-December.The beginning of their fall tour finds Pink Talking Fish running through a number of previously announced festival appearances, including Boston’s Rock On! Concert Cruise (8/31), New York’s Adirondack Independence Music Festival (9/2), Massachusetts’ Wormtown Music Festival (9/14–16), Ohio’s Resonance Music & Arts Festival, and Massachusetts’ Spirit Of Shrewsbury Fall Festival (9/29).The band’s headlining club performances begin in earnest on October 3rd at South Carolina’s Charleston Pour House. This first show in Charleston kicks off a four-night run across the South that spans till October 6th, with stops in Charlotte, NC; Atlanta, GA; and Asheville, NC. Next, the band heads to the mid-Atlantic, moving through Pennsylvania, Virginia, and North Carolina before heading to California on October 24th for an appearance at Solana Beach’s Belly Up followed by a performance at Hangtown Music Festival. Briefly returning to the East Coast on October 27th, Pink Talking Fish rounds out their October dates in Asbury Park, New Jersey, for “Convention Hell” at Convention Hall—a special concept show during which the band will specifically pay tribute to Pink Floyd’s Dark Side Of The Moon.Pink Talking Fish will head to Las Vegas at the start of November to complete their previously announced Halloween run at Vinyl Las Vegas. These shows will serve as late-night Phish afterparties with distinct concepts for each performance. On November 1st, Pink Talking Fish will perform their “PTF Is Bowie” concept—which combines the music of Pink Floyd, Talking Heads, Phish, and David Bowie—in celebration of Phish’s David Bowie musical costume during their 2016 Halloween experience. On November 2nd, Pink Talking Fish will commemorate the 20-year anniversary of Phish’s impromptu performance of Dark Side Of The Moon.The band picks up their fall tour on November 21st, hitting Hartford, Connecticut’s Infinity Music Hall & Bistro before continuing on to Portland, Maine’s Aura on the 23rd. A stop in Buffalo, New York, on November 28th precedes a performance at Detroit’s The Magic Bag and a two-night run at Columbus, Ohio’s Woodlands Tavern on November 30th and December 1st. From there, Pink Talking Fish heads to Colorado, where the group will join forces with The Giant Country Horns—the famed horn section that joined Phish during the Vermont quartet’s 1991 summer tour—during shows in Fort Collins and Denver on December 6th and 7th. Finally, to close out their fall tour, Pink Talking Fish rounds things out with a show in Chicago on the 14th and Pittsburgh on the 15th.For more information and ticketing, head to Pink Talking Fish’s website here. read more
Classification society Korean Register (KR) has completed a comprehensive cybersecurity survey of the chemical/oil tanker Songa Hawk and certified the ship to be fully compliant in all areas.As a result, the Marshall Islands-flagged Songa Hawk has become the very first ship to achieve this type of certification.The 13,300 dwt vessel is part of Songa Shipmanagement’s fleet. Songa manages and operates eighteen chemical/oil tankers and five semi-submersible vessels. The company signed a five-year cybersecurity contract with KR in 2018, covering its fleet of 23 vessels.KR conducted a cybersecurity audit of Songa Shipmanagement and certified the company to be fully compliant in all areas in 2019, the first company to achieve this.Two years on from the original contract, Songa Hawk has now been certified as ship cybersecurity compliant by KR, successfully passing the inspection of 81 items in eighteen categories including risk management, asset management, technical security and incident response and recovery.With this certification, Songa Shipmanagement and Songa Hawk are said to satisfy the international cybersecurity requirements as outlined by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), Tanker Management and Self-Assessment (TMSA) and Ship Inspection Report Programme (SIRE).KR will now inspect the other ships in Songa Shipmanagement’s fleet, testing their compliance, with a view to issuing further ship cybersecurity compliance certificates.“As the shipping industry becomes more and more digitalized, so cyberattacks on shipping companies and ships have increased. An effective response and comprehensive cybersecurity preparedness is now essential for any maritime organization,” Park Kae-myoung, head of KR’s Cyber Certification Team, commented.In 2021, the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Resolution MSC.428 (98) will enter into force, which will increase demand for company and ship cyber risk management services.Based in Busan, South Korea, KR currently classes an international fleet of 3,050 vessels totaling 68 million gross tons. read more