Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Among the lineup for her party was Lighthouse Mixmaster, Gabryel Nyoki, Blueron Clyburn, Automatic Band (top photo), and Anek Fuchs.
Anek Fuchs (below) praised her for being a top manager on the grid.
Soni loves ya, Sher! and We love the bands that you represent in SL, as you bring us among the best live music on the grid. :) Soni
Saturday, October 23, 2010
Serenade me! I want to hear your SL Musican Favorites! Hey, if it's cool, it's on BOSL Radio featuring the Best of Second Life. Show time for Soni is Saturdays, 2PM -4PM SLT. Visit me at our radio station at http://slurl.com/secondlife/RPS%20Island/206/205/21
And scope out my other sites below for interesting tidbits on the SL Scene - music and otherwise:
Before that I went to hear DirtyDee Sweetwater at The Drunken Drow. Very cool performance, packed house, and this talented musican offers unique interpretative blends to some classics. A must hear! He's soooo smooth. I caught him at the friendly Drunken Drow at http://slurl.com/secondlife/Elvenshire/156/112/24
Saturday, October 16, 2010
They say a photo is worth a 1000 words - that was 5000!
Okay the major news is my Rez Day is Tuesday, October 19th. So we did a pre-rez day bash at the offices and studios of Lowe Runo Productions on the Island of Fame in Second Life. Thank you Bossman, Lowe, and my close friend Kara Trapdoor for throwing this party for me. I took the photos of course.
Well if you are looking for any other major news this past week - sorry, I am it!!!!! LOL Bren Betts of Club Nine fame was the dj - and he did an incredible job keeping the party going for three hours!
So many people showed up, and if I mention names I might leave someone out. But thanks all so much for partying and the gifts.
Love ya all!
Sunday, October 10, 2010
Then, I was off to an open mic venue, Izzy and Ish's Blues Cafe, a quaint club with its own unique charm. Filled with musicians, friends, and fans, all the performers were well beyond amateurs. I am glad I didn't bring my harmonica with my howling dog. All sounded like seasoned pros. So I sat in the back and noted the talent. I forget my Lindens, so I didn't get to sample the beverages or tip this round. Next time, for surely I will be back.
Saturday, October 9, 2010
Here's some photo highlights: Dr. Andrew Wallace (below) talked about the future role of community, acknowledging the need to cross barriers such as race, ethnicity, gender and ageism. You know, just imagine.... The weekend was filled with speeches and live music at various sims across SL, and people just came together to enjoy and express community.
Catch you on the grid - :) Soni