Thursday Live @ The Dirty Grind Independent Artist Community

Join us at The Dirty Grind Independent Artist Community for 5 hours of 100% live music from our family of artists! During your auditory feast, be sure to enjoy the art our current artist, JudiLynn, has shared with us during her round in the Featured Visual Artist Series.

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• 3 Beth Odets •
 Beth Odets is a classically trained concert violinist who threw it all away to become the greatest itinerant fiddlist in Second Life. “I just try not make it sound like cats having sex” -Beth Odets

• 4 Suzen Juel • 

Suzen is an incredible singer songwriter and one helluva dirty ride! Suzen delivers an incredible show with each of her performances. She has a smooth easy style that makes fans of first time listeners.

• 5 The Matthew Show •
Matthew takes an irreverent look at everyday life and writes songs about it, or finds ones that say what he wants to say. 

• 6 Senjata Witt •
Steady as a heartbeat, that’s how her guitar style’s been described, rhythmic, percussive, and punctual, with a voice like rose-petals steeped in bourbon. Folk, Blues, Traditional and original music, served up in her own special style!

• 7 Wald Schridde •
As “The One-Man Renaissance Band”, Wald creates layered, multi-track recordings of medieval and renaissance music: sing and play folk songs, traditional tunes and early music on guitar, autoharp, mountain dulcimer, recorders, mandolin, and penny whistle.

See you tonight! @
“…one of the friendliest communities around.”
Linden Lab about Jasmine’s Hollow and The Dirty Grind from
Highlights from the Second Life Destination Guide

Winner of Showtime Magazine’s Live Music Award for Best Unique Venue
Winner of Showtime Magazine’s Live Top Ten Venue
Recipient of three silver Avi Choice Awards, 2015
Nominated for seven Avi Choice Awards, 2016

Featured in the Sim Street Journal #16: Visual Music
Featured in Windlight Magazine January 2016 Edition

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