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  • Blog Post: Video Games Live Performer Flute Link Parodies Macklemore In "Clocktown"

    The residents of Majora’s Mask’s Clock Town may be a bunch of weirdos, and maybe a little depressed, but a new music video parody of Macklemore’s “Downtown” is poised to inject a little positivity into their beat. Video Games Live performer and professional vocalist Laura... More
  • Blog Post: Jillian Aversa's Music Video Tribute To Hyrule Is Outstanding

    Jillian Aversa’s tribute to The Legend of Zelda, created for Video Games Live, now has its own music video. Video Games Live released its fourth album a little over a month ago, following a successful Kickstarter campaign. Part of the album, titled Level 4 , was Jillian and Andrew Aversa’s... More
  • Blog Post: Listen To A Preview Of The Third Video Games Live! Album

    Tommy Talarico’s successful Kickstarter campaign for a third album of orchestrated video game music is nearing its release. To celebrate, the composer and driver behind the popular series has assembled a video with samples from 10 of the 15 tracks. This album includes music from Skyrim, Street... More
  • Blog Post: Video Games Live Meets Its Kickstarter Goal

    Video Games Live's Kickstarter campaign has ended today, raising more than $35,000 over its funding goal. The money will go toward recording a studio album of gaming music. "Thank-you all from the top & bottom of my heart!" wrote VGL founder Tommy Tallarico in the most recent Kickstarter... More
  • Blog Post: Tommy Tallarico Brings Video Games Live To Kickstarter For Level 3

    In 2005, Tommy Tallarico forever changed the way aficionados hear the games they play. The very first Video Games Live concert was performed at the Hollywood Bowl, and since then, audiences numbering in the hundreds of thousands have been treated to the rock show-meets-symphony experience. Two albums... More
  • Blog Post: Video Games Live To Stream Concert On Twitch Tonight

    Tommy Tallarico and Jack Wall's Video Games Live has been bringing compelling video game music to arenas and concert halls around the country since 2005. Until now, seeing a live performance meant being in the right city at the right time (with a ticket in hand, of course). Recorded performances... More
  • Blog Post: Video Games Live Adds Heroes Of Might & Magic Segment

    Touring music show Video Games Live has gained a reputation for showcasing the best video game music, be it from beloved classics like the Mario series or more slightly obscure titles. Now one of my personal favorite series -- the Heroes of Might & Magic games -- will join the line-up, including... More
  • Blog Post: Upcoming Video Games Live Tour Dates Revealed

    Video Games Live has detailed its upcoming tour, announcing 42 events around the world over the next seven months. Check out the full slate of shows below. November 4, 2010 - Detroit, MI November 5, 2010 - Milwaukee, WI November 6, 2010 - Chicago, IL November 9, 2010 - Wichita, KS November 10, 2010 ... More
  • Blog Post: Video Games Live: Level 2 Has A Strong Debut

    Video Games Live: Level 2 is the latest physical media release from the folks who put on the Video Games Live music shows. It's available on CD, DVD, and Blu-ray, features 16 songs, and has just made its debut on Billboard 's Classical Crossover chart at #8. The Level 2 performance includes tracks... More
  • Blog Post: Air Dates For Video Games Live On PBS

    Video Games Live has been bringing the soundtracks of our favorite hobby to symphony halls across the country for years now. In case you missed them last time they came through town, however, PBS will be airing recordings of the concert all throughout the month of August. This virtual tour schedule is... More
  • Blog Post: PBS Airing Video Games Live Concert

    PBS is going to air a special show of Video Games Live featuring the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra in New Orleans performing some of gaming's most well-known songs. The show airs starting July 30 and goes through August (check local listings for times), and will be available on DVD (with its own... More
  • Blog Post: Jack Wall Returns For Mass Effect 2 Score

    EA and BioWare announced today that composer Jack Wall has returned to lend his talents to the original soundtrack for Mass Effect 2. An industry veteran, Wall is known for his contributions to the Myst franchise, Splinter Cell, Jade Empire and the original Mass Effect. Wall is also the conductor and... More
  • Blog Post: Gain Knowledge From Guinness 2010 Gamer's Edition

    Have you ever been interested in knowing what the best selling game of all time is, the longest time a person has spent entrenched in an MMO, or how big the world's largest Pokemon collection is? 2010's Guinness World Records 2010 Gamer's Edition has the answers to these hard-hitting questions... More
  • Blog Post: Video Games Live Getting PBS Special

    Video Games Live , the international concert event created by composers Tommy Tallarico and Jack Wall, will be getting a big boost in visibility as the focal point of a PBS special. The special will capture an evening’s festivities during a performance on February 5, 2010, at the Lakefront Arena... More
  • Blog Post: VG Expo Showcases The Burgeoning Video Game Music Scene

    Philadelphia’s Video Game Expo doesn’t have the mainstream notoriety of PAX, but the convention has been gathering steam over its five-year lifespan. Last year’s conference drew over 24,000 attendees. Recently it was announced that Nintendo had signed on as an exhibitor, demonstrating... More
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