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Monday, July 18, 2016

JWheels Presents This Week 7-18-16

Tuesday with Lauren and then Jwheels Presents
Tuesday, July 19th @ 5PM PDT
Location

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 Funky Freddy. You may also want to check out the Lauren live group on Google plus right here


Jwheels Presents Funky Freddy Live @ Lauren’s Place
Tuesday, July 19th 6pm PDT

Funky Freddy
Fred's songwriting, slide guitar and unique ambient guitar stylings have dazzled audiences in New England and around the United States and Canada. His voice and songwriting remind one of artists such as Neil Young, Elliott Smith, Syd Barrett and Pink Floyd. Fred is also well known as the guitarist for Neighbors + Allies; one of David Bowie's favorite NY bands







JWheels Presents Maximillion Kleene Live from Nashville Music Row
Thursday, July 21st, 4pm PDT
Maximillion Kleene
If music feeds the soul, Maximillion Kleene is the food of the gods. Max brings high energy and a vast repertoire of quirky, classic, and current covers to Second Life. Oozing charisma and charm, he provides his fans with an hour of musical magic.
JWheels Presents AM Forte Live from Nashville Music Row
Friday, July 22nd, 4pm PDT
AM Forte
With Punk/Rock/Pop flairs,and influences that include, U2, Nirvana, RadioHead, Alanis Morrissette, Coldplay, MCR, AAR,Placebo, The Cranberries, Our Lady Peace and Elliott Smith., AM also plays originals, and her cover tunes are songs she has taken and made her own.
The Maritime Club Presents Red Heaven Live On OSGrid
Sunday, July 24rd, 3pm PDT
To get to this event go to OSgrid by putting hg.osgrid.org:80: into your firestorm map and then click find and TP. When you arrive on OSgrid put Maritime Club Belfast in your address bar hit enter and follow the signs   
Red Heaven
Red Heaven is a Canadian band which plays original, full-band rock music. Weaving post-grunge metal with Turkish, Indian and African motifs, layers of vocal harmonies and dirty, gritty guitar-driven rhythms, critics call Red Heaven “purely, ethereally beautiful” and “refreshing” with a “killer voice.” Red Heaven never bores, never stalls, never draws from the same well twice.

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