Temple Of The Dog returned to the Tower Theatre in Philadelphia last night for their second show together on their first-ever tour. The 90’s grunge supergroup features Chris Cornell of Soundgarden and Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament, Mike McCready, and Matt Cameron of Pearl Jam. The setlist was almost exactly the same as the first night, featuring plenty of originals from their self-titled debut album, their recently recently released EP, Temple of the Dog pre-cursor Mother Love Bone, and a few choice covers by David Bowie, Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and The Cure, and more. To make the night unique, Temple of the Dog threw in some extra surprises, including a cover of Mad Season‘s “River Of Deceit.” Watch the video below via YouTube user mfc172:The night’s real highlight, in terms of rarity, was the debut of a never-before-heard Chris Cornell original “Missing.” As Cornell explained prior to the debut, the song dates back to the early 90s, around the time when he wrote “Spoonman” and “Seasons.” Watch fan-shot video of the performance below via YouTube user Jim Powers:You can see the full setlist below via setlist.fm. Temple Of The Dog continues their reunion tour continues tomorrow at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Athens-based owner and operator of drybulk vessels EuroDry, established earlier this year via spin-off of Euroseas’ dry bulk business, has secured refinancing for four vessels, cashing in USD 8 million of extra liquidity.The company said that it had refinanced the debt of M/V Alexandros P, a 62,000 dwt Ultramax built in 2017, with a USD 15 million loan facility.EuroDry also signed a definite term-sheet to refinance the debt of three of its Panamxes: M/V Eirini P, M/V Tasos and M/V Pantelis, with a new loan facility of USD 15 million.“This extra liquidity along with the rest of our funds would allow us to pursue accretive investment opportunities to expand our fleet, further reduce our cost of capital or use them for other general corporate needs,” Aristides Pittas, Chairman and CEO of EuroDry Ltd. commented.“We believe we are at a point in the market cycle where the fundamentals, underpinned by limited supply growth expectations, might turn positive over the next couple of years, and in that context we strive to position EuroDry to maximize the benefits to our shareholders.”The company has a fleet of 6 vessels, including 3 Panamaxes, 1 Ultramax and 2 Kamsarmaxes, totaling in 453,086 dwt.