Monday, March 8, 2010

LIVE @ AZZURE Monday March 8th


Erin68 Frog

Erin68 Frog has been singing most of her life and has a music backround and education.
Winner of the AMA Awards 2009 for Best Duo with Satin Galli and nominated for Best Group in the LEMA Awards 2009, Erin68 Frog has proven herself in Second Life as a top vocalist.
Erin sings from her heart! With each note she sings, you'll feel the music! Probably best known for her powerful voice that make those ballads shine, she also will get your toes tapping and your body moving with her upbeat fun personality and songs!

Damian Carbenell

Damian is a songwriter, guitarist and vocalist streaming his music into SL from the center of the USA, Missouri. Damian has been hailed as "one of the best cover artists in Second Life", by Metaverse Music. The review goes on to add, "He doesn't imitate the song just like it's original, he makes it his own." "His original songs are just as good as the covers. If he didn't announce it as an original I would've thought it was a cover song too.."

A typical Damian performance might include Jason Mraz, Green Day, Jack Johnson , Bon Jovi, John Mayer, Rob Thomas, Sick Puppies, LifeHouse, Three Doors Down, Muse and so many others. His wide variety in music style is sure to please everyone.

Maximillion Kleene

Streaming from Niagara Falls, Maximillion Kleene brings a vast repertoire of popular music to Second Life. After studying piano at the Royal Conservatory, Max first picked up an acoustic guitar at age 15. By 19, he was seriously pursuing music as a means of self expression. Max says at “the very center of my musical soul is AC/DC” but from there it radiates out to embrace an eclectic mixture of sounds. On any given day, one might hear an acoustic version of Sir Mix-A-Lot, Johnny Cash. Pearl Jam, The Pogues, Frank and Nancy Sinatra, and Jason Mraz. Whether singing alone or dual streaming with friends and fellow musicians, Max’s dynamic musical range and smooth groove provide listeners with an hour of energetic interaction and memorable music.

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