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Dangerous Curves lite. Jade Magick and Alexis Blackheart will be doing this event without our rock hard drummer this week. She was called upon by the aliens to do a intergalactic concert. But Alexis and I be there in great form so if you're in the area come out and enjoy.
The Aliens have promised! They will not abduct any member of Dangerous Curves the night of this performance. So Jade Magick, Alexis Blackheart, and Deb Bryant will be there to entertain you. Enjoy Originals, Rhythm & Blues, Classic Rock and Country music, sung and played by beautiful women. ENJOY!
Sunday December 14, 2014 Charlie L's Pub Hide Map Charlie L's Pub 271 14th St SE, Loveland, Colorado 80537
It's official. Dangerous Curves will be at Chillers this coming Wednesday for Open Mic. I'm going to try to get there early so we can get the 1st slot. Don't know if it'll be 15 min or an hour, it starts at 9pm so be there if you want to catch our debut.
K K will be serving up great drinks for the best price in town. If the cook shows up there will be food as well.
I play several instruments so mostly just myself, sometimes Jacie McConnell mandolin-violin, Steven Kroll Hand Drums
Label: jademagick Studios
Bio: Elda’s unique professionally trained voice, has captivated audiences for 30 years. Her first vocal performance occurred at the age of 4 and by the age of 8 had been chosen to sing with a traveling youth choir. Her semi-professional career began at the age of 15. In her 20’s to early 30’s she trav...See Full Bio
Elda Dellinger has a show on 03/22/2015 at 06:00 PM @ Charley L's Pub in Loveland, CO http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5ormwx #concert
“JadeMagick is a singer that has an old soul and tells stories in a way that’s more like ancestors who housed in castles. “Just A Dream Away” sounds like a song you’d hear playing over a knight’s battle. It brings some gypsy realness to the table, but only the vocals. The music is rather dark meets mystical. Speaking of mystical, “Changeling” comes through as a troubadour like track. You can almost hear it redone on a mandolin instead of modern instruments. “The Tween” doesn’t sound as young as one would think. Instead of youthful arrays, it’s very serious and has vivid imagery and brings that storyteller element to the forefront more than ever. If you’re into music that’s got this earthy, singer songwriter feel to it, check out JadeMagick . (http://www.jademagick.com/)”