Great music, great crowd and lots of great blue colors!


Wow! Great music, great crowd and lots of great blue colors! Thanks to Debbie Henning and Cae Diesel for sharing their music with everyone!

Please click the photos to view the full-size images. Enjoy!












OpenLife News in 60 sec



Dressing the blues...


Virtually Live Events will host two outstanding performers next Saturday, 23 January 2010 on Virtually Live.

Debbie Henning (www.debhenning.com) will take the stage at 9:00PM UTC for a special hour of live blues music. To welcome Debbie to the Openlife grid, please wear blue clothing, skins, etc!

Following Debbie at 10:00PM UTC, will be DJ Cae Diesel who promises "the best party" so don't miss this coming Saturday evening on Virtually Live!

The Final Count

Lost among the planning details for last weekend's events was the final tally of prims for the tree: 6062. So, $US60.62 will be donated to Médecins Sans Frontières.

Thanks again for making the Virtually Live Events seasonal party so much fun!

Virtually Live Events Opening Concert Videos

Digi has prepared videos from the opening concerts of Virtually Live Events. He provides the links below. Enjoy!

Junivers Stockholm
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~ The first part of the first set of the 1 hour concert is here :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_RjcMAyZuxw

(Press the HD button on the Youtube screen to watch in High Definition)


Zorch Boomhauer
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~ Highlights of his one hour concert are here :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBSPjV1-G-c

(Press the HD button on the Youtube screen to watch in High Definition)


.... And a bonus video - recorded during Juniver's and the dancers' rehearsal
the previous evening here :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1SoewJkjqE

Terrific Opening!







Virtually Live Events opening was full of great music, dancing, and fun!

Juni, Medora, and Zorch deserve special thanks for their generous and adventurous spirit in bringing their performances to the Openlife grid.

Digi has a video of the concerts in editing and links will be posted soon. Meanwhile, here are some photos. Pants [Pantaiputih Korobase: http://openlifechat.ning.com] and Klee [Kirstenlee Cinquetti: http://kirstenleecinquetti.blogspot.com/] gave permission to post several of their photos. Klee's photos were taken with an internal viewer. Click on the reduced images to see the full sized photos.

Although my snapshot skills are meager, I did manage to get a photo of 30 of the 32 avs present on the region during Zorch's concert.

Kind regards,
Surreal