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Now this is more my style — I’ve been reading about it for a while, but Wired has a good musicians-in-Second Life overview called Second Life Rocks (Literally).

For those who don’t know, Second Life is an online virtual world. Kind of a giant 3D chat room. I’ve popped in there a couple of times and it was sort of chaotic, but the music angle is interesting and appeals to the lazy person in me.

Suzanne Vega has already gigged in Second Life and Duran Duran will be performing on their own island — which had better be called Duran Duranistan.

Even the front page of has this on it:

I think I may need to call a Brad Sucks Live meeting to suggest that our live show could benefit from an increased heavily armed robot and minotaur presence. 

According to the article there are lots of gigs going on all the time, I guess I’ll try to check one out. Any recommendations?

Posted on - August 15, 2006 [at] 3:57 pm by Brad
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Alexander Lapointe on Gigging in Second Life
August 15, 2006 at 5:28 pm

If you enjoy piano music, then on Friday nights an avatar named Jaycatt Nico plays live. I’m not sure of the time and location though you could probably search his name and get an event listing. Also U2inSL will be holding a concert on August 24th. Once again I don’t have a time, but a simple search should inform you. Hope to see you in SL! :)

Brad on Gigging in Second Life
August 15, 2006 at 7:45 pm

I signed up, I’m “Brad Susenko”. Man do I need a graphics card upgrade though, this thing is hella slow.

Alexander Lapointe on Gigging in Second Life
August 16, 2006 at 5:45 am

Very True. Luckly, I signed up right after I upgraded my comp. :P

kmotiv on Gigging in Second Life
September 9, 2006 at 12:34 am

thought you might find this interesting…

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