After Roxy Gellar has been exposed as a nasty person she doesn’t hide in a corner to lick her wounds and come back as a better person but she decides it’s time for some defamation. First she aims at Robert69 Little in an attempt to hurt his feelings as good as she can, after it’s Echo Starship who is at once not a good musician anymore. At once Roxy is the expert on good taste and thinks she can decide who makes music and who doesn’t. Who is an artist and who isn’t. Imagine this woman is organising your event.
Roxy Gellar : A few days ago I offered Echo Starship of Skopje, Macedonia a deal.
Learn a song, play it live on his ConcertWindow.com account and I would give him the password to my SL avatar to do with as he pleases. In other words, prove you can play an actual (what everyone recognizes as a) song and I would let him delete my account. He failed.
This week’s challenge is the same. Learn and play live Free Bird by Lynyrd Skynyrd, play it live on ConcertWindow.com, facebook live, or YouTube Live and the bet still stands.
SaveMe Oh: Since when making music is about being able to produce a song, what a narrow-minded definition of performing, Roxy Gellar. I hope you won’t challenge me to wear a 3 store building live. The reward to be you, after winning the bet, is like having to drink a glass of your pee instead of a bottle of champagne.
Roxy Gellar: There is a different between random noises and music.
SaveMe Oh: What counts in art is what touches you, what a performer can achieve. It is totally irrelevant how its done or with what skills. I know guitar players who can produces 10 notes per second which would put you asleep on the spot. Especially in a virtual world were you can’t see the performer live I don’t mind for a second if somebody pushes the play button of a pre-recorded tape as long the music is touching me. When I want to see a RL artist I can buy a ticket and go to a concert. In virtual worlds its a non-issue
Roxy Gellar: Touches you with piss I suppose. You seem to have a fixation on that.
SaveMe Oh: I have a fixation with art. Piss can be a part of that.