Tuesday, October 7, 2014

And the Festivities Continue!

Art & Music Events This Week on Temprus

If you missed the opening of Art in the Park and the incredible performances of Mark Seery and Maximillion Kleene, don’t despair – check out what we have planned for this week!

Wednesday, October 8th
@ The Joint Coffeehouse

4:30 PM PT/SLT - DJ Farr: The Singing and Drumming DJ is a live performer, who uses a Roland V drum set to play and sing along seamlessly to your favorite music.  This week, Farr will be playing and singing to the sounds of Billy Joel.

5:30 PM PT/SLT: Flying on the Airways with DJ Raven and his eclectic rock show.  Raven always seems to come prepared with those songs that you haven’t heard in forever but still love.

Thursday, October 9th
@ The Joint Coffeehouse
Music Not Politics Thursdays

5:00 PM PT/SLT Kevin M Thomas: Live singer songwriter - Kevin comes to us live from Washington, D.C.  His performances in Second Life are acoustic and electric along the lines of 80's rock.  His original music is deep and emotional.  Outside of SL, Kevin has written Classical Compositions in his Chamber Music Collection and his Piano Collection.

Sunday, October 12th
Concerts in the Park - Art in the Park Winners Announced!

Winners of the Art in the Park October Contest will be announced today, with linden dollar prizes being awarded to the first and second place winners of each category. 

12:00 PM PT/SLT: Mark Seery returns for an encore performance in the park!  Carlos Santana once described each scale and each chord as a different color on an artist's palette. This pretty much sums up multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, Mark Seery's, approach to his music.  Quite what will happen at a MarkSeery Melodie show is anybody's guess but be sure that it will be laced with a slice of Irish banter, blarney and humor.

1:00 PM PT/SLT: VooDoo Shilton - With great joy and passion Voodoo Shilton plays a huge span of musical styles on the nylon stringed guitar! From jazz, flamenco, gypsy jazz, fusion jazz, bossa nova, world music, latin music, blues, classical music, indian music and more, his performances feature many original pieces as well as covers of jazz standards and world music. In addition he has also incorporated many other instruments into his shows, including bass, electric guitar, mandolin, udu and other percussion, and midi instrumentation.  

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