Michel Montecrossa live in Munich – the ‘Wake Up’ Cyberrock and Slam Poetry Song Concert on 3.05.2008

Yeah, here it is!! The next concert of Michel Montecrossa’s Peace & Climate Change Concert Tour will be on 3.05.2008 – it is titled ‘Wake Up’ Cyberrock and Slam Poetry Song Concert and will be staged at the Michel Montecrossa Rock Vision Diner in Gauting, near Munich.

All info for the concert:

When: 3.05.2008 from 9:00 pm – 1:00 am; Live Concert by Michel Montecrossa and his band The Chosen Few; introduced by international poetry reading, videoclip show and the presentation of the MiraSolaris EcoHouse www.mirasolaris.com

Where: Michel Montecrossa Rock Vision Diner
D-82131 Gauting (near Munich)
Danziger Str. 1
Phone: +49-89-8508555
eMail: Michel-RockVision@Mirapuri-Enterprises.com
Internet: www.MichelRockVision.com

Title: ‘Wake Up’ Cyberrock and Slam Poetry Song Concert

Genre: Unplugged, Cyberrock, Electronica, Cybermetal, Nu-Romance, World Music, Ethno

more info: see www.MichelRockVision.com

Michel Montecrossa – all info: www.MichelMontecrossa.com

download great songs by Michel Montecrossa at iTunes: www.Michel-iTunes.com

buy great music by Michel Montecrossa at the Mirapuri Shop: Mirapuri Shop – Audio CD and CD-Plus

Concert Poster for Michel Montecrossa\'s \'Wake Up\' Cyberrock and Slam Poetry Song Concert

Michel Montecrossa presents this concert with the following text:

WAKE UP
“All over the world writing and singing bring us songs that make us aware in larger ways, songs that are broadsides of consciousness.
They are setting free the words so that they can fly with the vastness of rhythms and chants. Melodies give charm to meaning and voice the magic of living dreams that make us wake up.
With the coming of printing, radio, recording T.V. and internet, the songs of the street singers about hopes and revolutions, outlaws and saints, hard times and love flourish as never before as the thousands of broadside ballads composed, printed up, recorded, played and loaded up for listeners everywhere on this globe and in outer space. It began around the year 1500 to grow in an ever increasing way and has never stopped since then.
The british museum alone has no less than 12000 of them and nobody can tell the number of broadsides sung throughout the world. They all give to mankind the vision, the eye-opener, the wonderful feeling that makes you wake up.
My songs are broadside ballads for global cyberhighways as well as for the simple gathering.
They are the wake up cry for today and tomorrow.”
– Michel Montecrossa

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