Safe Wednesday everyone ♫ The Dirty Grind IAC is very happy to announce a new member of our family: the wonderful Dilah Halostar! And Etherian is back after RL whisked him off for a while, so come on over and join us in celebrating live music and fine arts in SL with a fantastic party 🙂
5pm Shannon Oherlihy
Shannon creates contemporary folk music with rich vocals and songs that resonate with a strong sense of the human experience. She started playing when she was nine years old and never stopped – since 2008 she has been performing in Second Life. Her warm, earnest voice is reminiscent of Joan Baez and Natalie Merchant.
6pm RoseDrop Rust
Rusty plays sensitive ballads, classic rock and roll, unusual covers, unique songs from personal friends, heartfelt originals accompanied by live guitar or piano. He’s also known for his provocative poems he likes to throw in the mix when the mood strikes!
Jeremy Works (Frogg) was a vocal jazz minor at college, while Marc lePine (Jaycatt) studied piano for 14 years, but they only started playing music together after joining Second Life. Together , as singer/songwriters, they have produced a comprehensive range of heartfelt and memorable melodies and poetically lyrical songs. They have a loyal listener base, and entertain and delight the live music lovers of Second Life.
8pm Etherian Kamaboko
Etherian Kamaboko performs live acoustic/electric Roots, Blues, Americana, Classic Rock, Folk style of music. He sings and plays 6 &12 string acoustic, Resonator Slide, and electric guitar with harmonica with keyboard drum emulator. Etherian performs covers by Bob Dylan, Jeff Black, Muddy Waters, John Prine, and many more. A little of this and a whole lotta that!
9pm Dilah Halostar
Versed in most types of music, Dilah enjoys blues, standards and jazz in SL. Funny, warm and passionate, with a great vocal and emotional range, she lights up the stage whether singing or playing. She rocks like Jerry Lee Lewis and swings a great Country/Western tune. She can improvise a mean blues song on the spot from topics of conversation in local chat – she calls them “wing-it blues”! Dilah delights her audiences with her own original songs and with covers of several singers; she loves requests and also suggestions.