Baroness Elisa and Synergy to Perform in Tromso Norway Thursday May 26th Written by Daniel J. Rowe
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Great musical theater songs Baroness has chosen for this charity theatrical event are dramatically intense, touching, witty, ironic, and just plain charming. Baroness Elisa, who has performed on world stages throughout Europe and Australia, noted, “It is an honor and privilege to perform for this noble and important cause”. The intimate three hundred seat Crest Theatre in Delray Beach provides a perfect theater venue where Baroness Elisa’s charisma and audience connection can thrive. The Crest Theatre is located at historic Old School Square, 51 North Swinton Ave., in downtown Delray Beach. Theater reviewers raved about Baroness’ show: “The slender red-headed ingénue melts hearts of audiences. She is in every sense of word a beautiful woman, earthy, gentle, and comfortable with herself, and in touch with her audience. The Baroness is joined her talented musical director, husband, and Baron, Peter Gerolymatos on piano.” Ticket prices are affordably priced at $50 and may be purchased on internet through Ticketweb at www.ticketweb.com or by calling 866-468-7630.
Contact Information: Daniel Rowe Drowe@baronesselisa.com
Crest Theatre Media Contact: Melissa Carter firstname.lastname@example.org 561-243-7922
Review: Audioslave - Out of ExileWritten by Chris Elkjar
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The album moves through a dozen songs that all follow same basic formula; album does ‘rock’ at a few occasions, but tone and attitude just seems to have been completely lost. It seems like band is just going through motions and then moving on. A few of songs have a very strong Soundgarden feel to them, while others seem to be some sort of Led Zeppelin effects laden tribute, album’s seventh track The Worm especially.
The bands first release consisted mainly of Rage against Machine leftovers, but few songs where band actually let themselves go, namely The Last Remaining Light and Shadow on Sun, were extravagant and exciting. I got this album hoping that this type of writing would dominate album; sadly this is just simply not case. The only track that I can recommend to anyone is title track, and only reason I recommend it is because it is written like a self-titled Rage against Machine era nostalgia track. I guess that’s basically what band has decided to sink to, a tribute to what they used to be.
Sadly this album will probably soar up rock charts and make band millions of dollars, in some ways you have to respect band for being able to make money by re-writing same songs they have been writing since 1991, but it’d be nice to see some sort of growth. Turning to pop-rock; U2 style, may be growth, but majority of bands core fans will think it’s moving in wrong direction.
Chris Elkjar is the founder of 'trust.me' an online music magazine. He spends all of his spare time immersed in music, be it writing reviews, interviews with leading bands or writing his own music.
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