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Gravity Stands for the Keyboard Wizard

Yes Keyboard Player Rick Wakeman performs his “Live Portraits” at Lincoln Cathedral. The name “Rick Wakeman” causes discerning keyboard music lovers to wax lyrical. For several decades the 69-year-old Briton has not only shaped the keyboard sound of prog rock legends, Yes, but has also created some pioneering music as a solo artist. His extensive

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Thinking Outside the Box: German Start-Up KRUU Uses Gravity Stands & Cameo LED Spotlights for New ‘Fotobox’ Offering

The KRUU Fotobox from the German start-up KRUU is a portable rental photo-booth, which allows users to print lab-quality snapshots immediately on the spot and make them available in an online gallery to share as desired with friends and acquaintances via social media. With their products and services (including the KRUU DJs), KRUU founders Jochen,

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Naturally 7 Tour Germany with Cameo Light and Gravity

Since 1999, Naturally 7 have been delighting the acapella scene with their vocal play – a special acapella vocal style in which the human voice is used as an instrument. In 2006, the group’s spontaneous subway rendition of In The Air Tonight by Phil Collins suddenly gave them a wider audience with the YouTube video

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Adam Hall Asia Celebrates “Wicked Wallop” Madness in Singapore

On 6 January 2018, it happened again: Wicked Wallop cruised into Singapore – and with it came hundreds of motorcycle-enthusiasts to celebrate their passion for bikes and rock’n’roll on the grounds of the Carros Center in the Asian city-state. Just as in 2017, Adam Hall Asia could not resist the Wallop madness and provided the

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Adam Hall Asia Supports “The Wicked Wallop”

The Wicked Wallop is Singapore’s event for custom and classic motorcycle with a focus on lifestyle, custom culture, music and people. This annual event is organized by Singapore Motorcycle club named the War Pigs, where people from different motorbike clubs globally who have passion for bikes and Rock & Roll Music gathered. This year, the

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LD Systems, Palmer and Gravity support SPH Bandcontest

The SPH Bandcontest is a competition which aims to promote young up-and-coming artists. The event is supported by the national music industry and corresponding associations. We are proud to be able to support this outstanding contest with prizes provided by LD Systems, Palmer and Gravity! Since 2008, more than 200 students and musicians have been