Showing posts from February, 2012

Revelry on Reverie - Lust

Tonight the Revelry on Reverie program begins broadcasting in its new date and time slot! This show is a live set of music presented by me (Gabrielle Riel) on Radio Riel Reverie on the second Friday of every month from 7:00pm - 8:30pm North American Pacific Time.

Valentine's Day is upon us and we are hearing a lot about "love" from every quarter. Love is grand and all, but I'd like to concentrate on something a lot more fun...lust! I will be kicking off the new R on R timeslot with a bang, and I hope it will be as good for you as I know it will be for me. You will hear the unique mix of music that Radio Riel Reverie always provides, such as Early Music, New Age and Electronica, but with an extra lustful, Friday night spin!

Tune in to the live Revelry on Reverie show by following these instructions:
Open a media player, such as iTunes, Windows Media Player or WinAmp. Find its "Open Stream" or "Open URL" command. Enter: http://reverie.ra…

Thanks from The Nightingale

Thank you, from the bottom of my heart, to those of you who came out last night (or who tuned in to) the Grand Opening of The Nightingale.

I am more grateful than you could ever know. Thank you all!

Koinup: Your <a href="">Virtual Life</a>
Special thanks to Victor1st Mornington for these fabulous pictures!

The Nightingale - Grand Opening

I cordially invite you to the Grand Opening of The Nightingale Speakeasy and Cabaret on Saturday, February 4, 1912 from 7:00pm - 9:00pm in New Toulouse Jardin
Attire: Formal 1920s or earlier Music: Early Jazz, Ragtime on SLURL:
Koinup: Your <a href="">Virtual Life</a>
I have been in Second Life for almost six years, and during that time I have never had the desire to open a "club". It's one of those things that everybody says that they want to do, and many folks do end up doing. I always had a ballroom and I never felt the need to have any other type of venue that was "just mine".

I also was of the following mindset: "Why have a club when there are thousands of empty ones in Second Life?" Back in the "old days" when Radio Riel provided DJs for events, I had the pleas…