West Des Moines, IA, November 09, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- This Sunday, 11/9, at 6 o'clock pm (PST) virtual history will be made. Niko Donburi, a satirist specializing in songs about Second Life, will be holding what is being called the largest live music event ever held in Linden Research, Inc.'s virtual world.
Niko's debut of his second collection of satirical songs about Second Life will be streamed to parcels of land located on more than 400 individual sims, or Second Life regions. The parcels are part of the virtual "Arbor Project," a movement to thwart the increasing commercialization of Second Life by planting virtual trees on small parcels of land throughout the main grid.
Niko is considered by many to be one of the top live music performers in Second Life. He was selected to be one of the featured live music performers for last years' Second Life Community Convention held in Chicago, Illinois, and his songs about Second Life are frequently heard in the clubs and venues of that virtual world.
More info can be obtained at: www.nikodonburi.com and you can listen to the concert via http://silver.neostreams.info:11294/ on Sunday, 11/9/08 starting at 6 pm PST.