Amanda Shires has released a cover of Genesis‘ 1983 hit “That’s All”, which she is describing as a “True Covid anthem.”Released on Wednesday, the new recording along with its animated lyric video delivers a mix of real-world-inspired visuals that represent the depressing year that was with themes and imagery that include closed music venues, musicians and notable figures who died throughout 2020, COVID-19 germs, public protests, and more.The animated lyric video was created by Deren Ney, and is joined with a quote from Shires that reads, “‘That’s All’ defines 2020 for me, a true Covid anthem. I dare you to not dance to my version when you hear it.”Related: Dolly Parton, Jason Isbell & Amanda Shires, Brittany Howard, More Perform On Cyndi Lauper Stream [Watch]Listen to Shires new cover of “That’s All” below.Amanda Shires – “That’s All” (Genesis Cover)[Video: Amanda Shires]Fans can catch Shires when she performs alongside Jason Isbell and her 400 Unit bandmates on Thursday for the group’s virtual New Year’s Eve concert from Brooklyn Bowl Nashville. The streamed event mark Isbell’s first full-band performance since the Innings Festival in Tempe, AZ way back on February 29th.
Lekoil, an oil and gas exploration and development company with a focus on West Africa, has announced that David Robinson, the company’s Chief Financial Officer, is leaving the Board, and the company, with immediate effect.The company said that Valentine Ejiogu, Lekoil’s Financial Controller, will be assuming leadership of the company’s financial function until the company appoints a new Chief Financial Officer to the Board. The search for a new Chief Financial Officer, to be based either at the company’s operational office in Lagos or in London, will begin immediately and the company will issue a further update in due course, Lekoil said in the press release.David Robinson, the leaving CFO said: “I am extremely proud of what we have been able to achieve in such a short period of time. As Lekoil prepares to move to the next stage of its development as an oil producing company, the time commitment for the CFO in Lagos will increase. With a family in Asia, this was going to become increasingly challenging and so I have decided this is the right the time to move on.”Samuel Adegboyega, Lekoil’s Chairman, said: “The Board would like to thank Dave for his contributions to Lekoil and most especially its May 2013 IPO. The Board and Dave recognised that we now need different skills as we make the transition to a producing oil and gas business.”[mappress mapid=”2069″]