Temprus Events for the Week of Sunday, October 26 through October 31
Sunday, October 26
Step back in time – it’s the mid-1800s and the town is called Two Rivers. Settled a few decades ago by trappers, the town has grown, owing to the discovery copper with traces of silver. In the years since the first claims were staked and the Two Rivers Copper Silver Mine began production, the haphazard shacks grew into buildings and law came to the town.
Yes there are still the occasional gunfights and saloon brawls, but Two Rivers has a genuine brick courthouse with a real bench for the circuit court judges and a brick jailhouse that has two cells and the sheriff’s office. The courthouse doubles as a church on Sundays. They got themselves a doctor that also does work on teeth, a stables, a cabinet maker / undertaker, a real cemetery (although there be some who say that it’s haunted), and they even started to build a schoolhouse.
And of course, they have a saloon. It was the first proper building to rise on the dusty ground, and of course, right above the saloon, with their own entrance (and a secondary one through the Saloon,) is Miss Sadie’s Ladies, who were early settlers of the frontier mining town. The later arrivals to Two Rivers, proper families and the like, turn a blind eye to Miss Sadie’s *cough cough* Ladies.
We invite you to come in costume or as you are to listen and dance to the blues and country sounds from the stage of the Two Rivers Saloon to:
Mark Seery Live at 12 PM PT / SLT
As versatile as he is entertaining, Mark Seery plays the blues. Mark is an accomplished acoustic and electric guitarist whose voice is no stranger to a microphone either. Mark produces all of his own backing tracks in his own studio. Over time in his SL career, he has transitioned many styles including blues, classic rock, Celtic rock, folk, and ballads. 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.
Bandit Eddingham Live at 1 PM PT / SLT
Bandit first learned to play the guitar at age six through the love of his musical parents, the piano followed at seven. A southern boy from Mississippi, Bandit is inspired by the likes of Hank Williams, Alabama, Lynard Skynnard, etc. Bandit has performed in many well-known real life venues including The Grand Ole Opry, The Wild Horse Saloon and Tootsies, just to name a few. He holds an honest belief in that music can bring light to the darkest of times and can truly heal the soul. Bandit entertains the full hour with pure acoustic talent, laughter and charm only a true southern gent can bring.
Wednesday, October 29
Casual Wednesdays at the Joint Coffeehouse in Anyville are filled with classic to modern rock with a special twist. Hop on the dance floor or pull up a chair, a couch or a coffee bar stool and listen to the great sounds of:
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.
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 30
The Joint Coffeehouse is proud to present:
Maximillion Kleene Live at 4:00 PM PT / SLT
Maximillion Kleene, winner of the 2012 Avi Choice Award for "Favorite Pop Singer" and 2013 Avi Choice Award winner for Favorite Pop Singer, Favorite Rock Singer, Favorite Male Musician and Favorite Singing Duo with Lisa Brune.has been amazing his audiences since 2007. His dynamic musical range and smooth acoustic groove "Max-imizes" tunes ranging from CCR to Foo Fighters; from Train to Jason Mraz. Streaming from Niagara Falls Canada, Max provides his fans with an hour of musical magic and brings a vast repertoire of quirky, classic, and current covers to Second Life.
Keeba Tammas at 5:00 PM PT / SLT
Keeba began performing at the age of four. At the age of 15, she began recording voices for cartoon and commercial work. She put herself through college by recording jingles, traveling the country performing at fairs, malls, and amusement parks. She spent the 80's singing lead in bands. Her eclectic style lends itself to the Inn and she will be performing a mix of folk, ballads and Celtic music.