Saturday, 31 January 2009

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events so far: 7/2/09
12.45am-1.45pm Unity Stn
Lyn Carlberg
is from Wales, land of song, dragons and druids. He sings and plays a Martin electro-acoustic guitar, and has been performing live in SL since Sept 2007. Lyn likes to play a folky style like Paul Simon, Steve Earle, Gordon Lightfoot, Luka Bloom, Eva Cassidy, and loves bluesey-mushy-weepy romantic covers of Clapton, Dylan, Dire Straits, Elvis, and many others. Lyn also sings some traditional Irish and Welsh love songs and a few of his originals.

Check out Lyn's Myspace site:

And listen to some of his music on

Videos on Youtube - search for Lyn Carlberg

1.45pm Unity Station
Russell Eponym (Russell Taylor Ashby) is a British folk singer currently resident in the US. He was one of the first live musicians in Second L ife and has performed in most of the major venues. Primarily influenced by the British and European folk tradition, Russell has played in bands and ensembles covering many musical genres and as a solo artist and street singer in London, Paris and Vienna.

As a musician, Russell's major influences include Davy Graham, Bert Jansch and John Renbourne. It is not surprising therefore that he is a versatile and accomplished guitarist. His unique sound is characterized by his meticulous fingerpicking style, his soft lulling voice and charming British stage presence. Russell also plays mandolin, banjo and harmonica, though it is as a guitar player that he has become so well known and popular in Second Life.

Russell is also a songwriter and poet and his many fine compositions have become regularly requested at his performances. His songs have an enchanting, lyrical quality and musical flow which have been likened to the sounds of 'summer mountain streams'. His repertoire also contains many songs by other writers such as Donovan, Dylan and Knopfler, but Russell always manages to recreate something in his inimitable style.

Russell also enjoys close contact with his audiences and will often take a few minutes to tell a story or to explain the meanings in a song. He is always articulate and always tasteful in his choice of words.

Russell is the eponymous hero of his own life.

For free downloads of Russell's recordings please go to:

3pm Unity Station

Virtual Live Band are playing at the SLLU Unity Station... a rawking gig on the Left Unity group's second birthday! For more information on SLLU go to for more information on the wonderful VLB go to and
Virtual Live Band is a real life band of 4 members from 3 different countries and 4 different locations playing at the venues of Secondlife. They use Ninjam Software to synchronize and stream their music into the Virtual World of Second Life.
Virtual Live Band is the first band of this kind and the only band in Secondlife to work in this way.

Contact Plot Tracer, Maggy Portello

4pm Unity Station
Maximillion Kleene
Maximillion Kleene's Fan Group is called Rhythm Collective

Maximillion Kleene is...

Rock/Pop/Alternative solo acoustic stylings, covering well loved
classics to newer, hip stuff and an eclectic mix in between...
A versatile vocal style, with a full toned acoustic sound...
from soft and melodic to pulsing and energetic
...a seasoned musician hailing from Niagara Falls, Canada
----------------------------------------------------------------- a versatile, all-around rock performer with a sugary sound,
smooth groove, a little punk edge and alot of in-your-face ROCK!
"The essence of a song is it's heart and soul"
FASHION SHOW BY AERIS BETSEN - owner of "the Muse"

Details on sllu - we are a left unity group and have been on sl for 2 1/2 years. Our aims and principles are here...

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