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Monday, November 14, 2011

Jwheels Presents This Week 11-14-11


RUC: Event Management - Being realistic with your budget
Nov 15, 2011
Instructor: Jwheels Carver
Time: 4:15pm PST

Just like in first life running an event is not cheap. You need to take into consideration everything from tier payment (if you have your own venue) to artist fees or whether you want to manage a venue (this would cut out the extra tier payment) If you're not willing to lose money you shouldn't be running a venue. Second Life venues do not make money. More venues than not close because they get in over their heads and are not realistic with their expectations.
Class will be held in voice 




Tuesday with Lauren and then JWheels Presents
Tuesday, November 15th @ 5PM PST

Lauren is the greatest Second Life comic and she's sharing her mic with you. Bring a friend you won't regret it. Then at 6PM Jwheels Presents Barbie Horsley(Sassy Nitely)




JWheels Presents Barbie Horsley Live @ Lauren’s place
Tuesday, November 15th 6pm PST


Barbie Horsley(Sassy Nitely)
Sassy is an acoustic performer in SL and night after night she leaves the crowd wanting more. Her voice has got a rock & roll soul with a powerful punch behind it. Sassy's song selections range from rock to top 40 and everything in between








RUC: Event Management - Being realistic with your budget
Nov 16, 2011
Instructor: Jwheels Carver
Time: 4:15pm PST

Just like in first life running an event is not cheap. You need to take into consideration everything from tier payment (if you have your own venue) to artist fees or whether you want to manage a venue (this would cut out the extra tier payment) If you're not willing to lose money you shouldn't be running a venue. Second Life venues do not make money. More venues than not close because they get in over their heads and are not realistic with their expectations.
Class will be held in voice 




JWheels Presents Savannah Coronet Live from Hobo Island
Wednesday, November, 16th, 6pm PST

Savannah Coronet
She's a Live Vocalist...singing to High Quality Backing Tracks.. Main genre is Country... but she loves to mix in some Rock...Blues and Pop. #1 Priority @ a Savvy show is YOU having a GOOD TIME!!!





RUC: Event Management - Being realistic with your budget
Nov 18, 2011
Instructor: Jwheels Carver
Time: 5:15pm PST

Just like in first life running an event is not cheap. You need to take into consideration everything from tier payment (if you have your own venue) to artist fees or whether you want to manage a venue (this would cut out the extra tier payment) If you're not willing to lose money you shouldn't be running a venue. Second Life venues do not make money. More venues than not close because they get in over their heads and are not realistic with their expectations.
Class will be held in voice.




JWheels Presents Shannon Oherlihy Live from Saint Leo University
Friday, November 18th, 6pm PST

Shannon Oherlihy
Shannon Oherlihy is a singer/songwriter/ guitar player based in Stratford, CT. She has been singing since she was a little girl, when she sang into her hairbrush along with Carly Simon records. When she was nine, she got her first guitar, and started writing her own songs at the age of ten. Inspired by the music of John Denver, Gordon Lightfoot, Joan Baez, Joni Mitchell, Judy Collins and Bob Dylan




JWheels Presents Effinjay Live from Saint Leo University
Friday, November 18th, 7pm PST

Frogg Marlowe & Jaycatt
Their regular Friday night performances have been running for six years now, currently at Jaycatt’s venue ‘AmphibiCatt Gardens’. The shows are extremely popular, and as well as having a large loyal fan base, they entertain and delight the live music lovers of SecondLife, playing on average 6 live shows a week. Frogg and Jaycatt’s fame in SL has caught the attention of the music industry. They have been interviewed by Rolling Stone Magazine and MTV. Frogg was a vocal jazz minor at college, while Jay studied piano for 14 years, and together as singer/songwriters they have produced a comprehensive range of heartfelt and memorable melodies and poetically lyrical songs. Musical influences include Mannheim Steamroller, Simon and Garfunkle, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, and Frank Zappa.

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