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Fly Kugin is an amazing violinist who streams into Second Life. She will leave you absolutely spell bound and she is one of the most endearing folks I have had the pleasure of knowing. HGMM had the pleasure of interview FLY recently... Here is that interview You can also read Fly's interview in print form by purchasing the Fall edition of HGMM on Amazon:
Before I can talk about the grand opening of the HGMM venue, I need to tell you a bit about why I opened it in the first place. I've been writing articles in this blog since 2009. Life got busy and so I took a break from both for about 5 years. That's a good long break. Once everything was settled and life was finally where I wanted it to be, I came back to SL and to writing. My time away taught me that the only thing keeping me from succeeding; is me. I may have to jump through hoops and learn something new, but if I hear a "no", I just keep going until I get a "yes". Read the entire article here.
HGMM:I have known you for a long time! I remember hosting for you in SL with Throughthesewalls Moody. A fan favorite at the time was “Baby”, although I seem to remember that wasn't the “official” name of the song then. So much has changed for you over the years. Speaking to you recently, you mentioned that you are phasing out of the SL music scene. I am sure there will be many disappointed fans in SL, however; all is not lost You have taken your musical career to a new level in your RL playing with a band called The Juniper Hills Band. Please tell my readers what prompted this change? Why leave SL and how did this band come to be? DAVID: I have always had the idea in my head that I would do some solo gigs in RL. I have done some here and there and some open mics in town but never did it regularly. I didn’t have any intention of playing in a band. I always thought I would just be playing as a solo artist. I have had a few people ask me to join their band, but I was afraid to commit to too much. I thought it would be difficult to balance virtual gigs and a band... Read the entire article here!