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      THE TALE OF KEIKO TAKAMURA Keiko began as every other female resident avatar of Second Life starts out -- thin, with whoreish makeup and a lilac-colored top with L$200 to her name. Eventually, she got a makeover. After that mission was accomplished, she stumbled upon Multiverse Records where s... read more
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      THE TALE OF KEIKO TAKAMURA

      Keiko began as every other female resident avatar of Second Life starts out -- thin, with whoreish makeup and a lilac-colored top with L$200 to her name. Eventually, she got a makeover. After that mission was accomplished, she stumbled upon Multiverse Records where she saw a hefty, chainsmoking avatar named Derek Tones playing his guitar. She and the fat man became friends, and he showed her the ancient art of audio streaming.

      She started playing regular shows, building up an in-world fanbase, and is currently immensely enjoying the positive reaction she gets from her crowds.

      Meanwhile, on the other side of the screen was Amy Te, a native Californian who had a guitar in her hand and a song in her notebook for seven years. All she lacked was an audience. Now, with the support of her friends and family and other SL musicians, she plans on bringing her music to her real life (or "RL" as we refer to it in-game).

      Her influences are many: Portishead, Tori Amos, Shiina Ringo, Alanis Morrisette, No Doubt, Garbage, Hole, Poe, Beangrowers, Sneaker Pimps, Enon, Blonde Redhead, Dressy Bessy, The Cardigans, Veruca Salt, The Breeders, Bjork, Splashdown, and quite possibly every other band with a female lead vocalist. 90's alternative rock bands, all of them. For better or for worse. And last but not least, Dan (The Automator) Nakamura.

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