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I was finally able to get my first shot yesterday! Pfizer. Arm a little sore and quarter-sized bruise, but otherwise fine. Things are ramping up. 12 to 15 year-olds eligible next week. Fingers crossed we reach herd immunity... https://twitter.com/nowthisnews/status/1390122392375087104?s=20
The world is fighting the Corona virus, so many people has to stay at home in isolation or even quarantined. We are forbidden to go out, we have to stay in our houses (and please do!!), and also many artists has to cancel their RL tours and shows. We want to set a sign. We want to demonstrate there is still a way to come together, party together and enjoy music together. It’s the best time for virtual music events! So we quick tinkered something together for you, to encourage you and to give you strength, and give us all the feeling we are NOT alone, we are NOT isolated, we CAN party together, WE STAY CONNECTED! So please join us during the weekend of 3rd and 4th of april, wear no facemask! And enjoy some music with us and have a good time with us. And a big shoutout goes to the great artists who spontaneously agreed to join the event and play a show for us despite all circumstances! THANK YOU! Friday: 11am: DJ Koviashi 12pm: Aminius Writer 01pm: Wolfie Moonshadow 02pm: Paris Obscur 03pm: DJ Vaavi 04pm: DJ Mania Saturday: 11am: Echo Starship 12pm: A Shade of Psi 01pm: Torben Asp 02pm: Nnoiz Papp 03pm: DJ Puddles 04pm: DJ Lunna 05pm: DJ Annie LM: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Bloom County/66/213/25
While the covid19 has the majority of the WORLD stuck at home, musicians from all over are doing more LIVE Facebook shows to lift our spirits. Among the SL performers I've seen go live this past week alone are TerryLynn Melody, Wolfie Moonshadow, Beth Odets, Ren Enberg, David Csiszer, and Eric Steffensen. I'm sure there are others that I haven't seen. I give all of these lovely musicians and performers a standing ovation. These are tough times and we are far from over this, doing live shows like this help keep moral up. Read the entire article here.