I have spent a good deal of my career writing and reading code. To me, “eq” always meant “equals”. But now EQ means Euterpe Queller. Wow. Yet another knock-your-socks-off female vocalist in SL. I stumbled onto EQ by inertia over the holiday vacation. I was listening to another artist (at Pannie’s, I believe) and was too lazy to tp out when that gig was over. Inertia pays off BIG TIME. Where does “sultry” come in? The other night the performer after Euterpe said something along the lines of “Euterpe, you have got sultry covered all the way”. I have to agree. That is a great word for her singing.
Euterpe has a wonderful rich night-club voice. I heard her first song and thought “hey, not bad”. She launched into “Chain of Fools” for her second number that night and I sat up and thought “omg, this is GREAT”. She did The Mama’s and Papa’s “Dream a Little Dream” and Amy Winehouse’s “Black”. I can’t even remember all the songs she did that I love. I think Gershwin’s “Summertime” may have even been in there. *grin* Honestly – she ranged all over the board and I loved them all.
I hate this 25 group limit nonsense in SL and I am overwhelmingly grateful to performers like EQ who use the subscrib-o-matic now to keep us informed of performances and such. Because I am out of groups and I NEED to follow EQ. I subscribed and I managed to catch two more shows since then. One of the fun aspects of following EQ is that I am now hitting a whole new group of clubs. Pannie’s and RoseDrop Media Circus, Tobacco Road and the Star Bar Martini and Jazz Club. I’ve been having fun visiting new clubs and meeting new people. And finding a lot of my old friends there as well.