Bellevue, WA, May 14, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Innocente Seraphim proudly announces the attendance and performance of Kissing Violet to the nation’s first J-fashion and Asian Ball-Jointed Doll hobby convention held August 7-9, 2009 at the Westin Bellevue, in Bellevue Washington. More information can be found at www.innocenteseraphim.com
Kissing Violet is Elia Saldaña and David Vaughn. Elia Saldaña sings lead vocals and David Vaughn is the keyboard player, main lyricist and producer. They’ll perform a live concert at Innocente Seraphim on Friday, August 7, in the Grand Ballroom at the Westin Bellevue. Attendees of InnoSera will have a ticket to the concert as part of their attendee package if they pre-register for the convention before July 18, 2009.
Both David and Elia love to perform on stage. They are joined by several talented musicians when they play in concert. Kissing Violet features a signature melded keyboard and guitar combination, coupled with beautifully distinctive vocal character and melody. The band takes various instruments, moods and sounds into the vision for each of their songs. Critics call their music beautiful edgy pop, with a very sharp edge.
In 2008, that sharp edge was featured when TokyoPop chose Kissing Violet’s song “Feel the Disease” as the opening for TokyoPop’s new imanga Bizenghast. TokyoPop’s music video featuring Kissing Violet can be seen on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kh1tZKGTtUA
For more information:
Kissing Violets Official website: http://kissingviolet.com/
Kissing Violet Official MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/kissingviolet
Kissing Violet MP3’s at http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000WGMLOU/ref=dm_dp_adp4?ie=UTF8&qid=1242075126&sr=103-1
Please visit their website for the latest news about guests and Innocente Seraphim events at www.innocenteseraphim.com
About Innocente Seraphim
Innocente Seraphim is a three-day event celebrating modern Asian Ball-Jointed Dolls and Japanese Street Fashion such as Gothic and Sweet Lolita, FRUiTs, and Visual Kei created and produced by Valkyries, LLC. An annual event, it will be held this year at the Westin Bellevue in Bellevue Washington on August 7-9, 2009. The event serves as a gathering place for the general public, designers and industry artisans to celebrate, explore, foster trade and communicate about J-fashion and ABJD’s. Tickets are available online and more information can be found at its website www.innocenteseraphim.com
About Valkyries, LLC
Valkyries, LLC is a progressive not-just-for-profit event company specializing in events that foster popular trends and cross-cultural communication. Created by three long time planners of fan-based events, the owners of Valkyries LLC recognized the need for innovative niche-market events produced with quality, fiscal responsibility and an eye for the wants of the attendee. Valkyries LLC continues to look to the fore-front of popular cultural trends and strives to bring those trends to the North American Market.
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