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Looking for Musicians to help us celebrate Step UP!

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Step UP!

As regular readers here will know, on  Thursday November 5th Step UP! will have an all day grid wide celebration to show solidarity & support for content creators in Second Life.

There will be all sorts of parties across the grid on that day.  We think it would be fitting to have Live SL performances featuring performers who play or sing their own original songs.   Not only will this be in libne with a very strict interpretation of music copyright law, it will also be a great opportunity to make people aware of the wealth of talent and original music in Second Life.

There will also be a party at the Step UP! Headquarters on the Planet Mongo sim from 2-6pm SLT. – but we are planning to have musicians there at other times as well.

If you would like to particpate, please contact either Angie Mornington or Saffia Widdershins.

*****Please let us know:

1.  What time of the day (SL Time) you can perform:

2.  What type of music you play:

3:  If you can offer your stream of original music that we can give to people who are hosting parties throughout the day:

Thank you so much and we look forward to hearing from you!


November 4, 2009 - Posted by | Step Up! Campaign, Step Up! Day


  1. Kind of sucks that you require all originals. More musicians would probably be apt to play if not for that requirement.

    Comment by Clementine | November 4, 2009 | Reply

  2. Yes. Sadly, that’s what being squeaky clean with regards to music copyright involves.

    Comment by primperfect | November 4, 2009 | Reply

  3. actually, being “squeaky clean” means an opportunity for people who aren’t re-playing other’s songs and stealing credit for them.

    I wish more places and more people required all originals.

    Comment by Dann | November 5, 2009 | Reply

  4. Love to be in this big p[latform.Am well do with my song in Ghana,but wabnt to expliore something bigger than my self.Am ever ready if called upon me. Manfred GHANA

    Comment by Manfred Takyi Amoah | November 13, 2009 | Reply

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