Multi-Award Winning Singer-songwriter LiLi Roquelin Announces Showcase At The Bitter End Nov 30

Multi-Award Winning Progressive-electronic Artist LiLi Roquelin Will Be Performing On A Baby-grand Piano With Full Band And Strings Players On Tues Nov 30th At Legendary NYC Venue The Bitter End

Online PR News – 24-November-2010 – – Multi-Award winning progressive-electronic singer-songwriter LiLi Roquelin will be performing on a baby-grand piano with a full band and strings players on Tuesday November 30th at legendary NYC venue The Bitter End, NYC, 7:30pm, for Chick Singer Night Showcase.
LiLi Roquelin released in early spring a full-length album entitled "Will you hate the rest of the world or will you renew your life?" as the follow-up to her critically acclaimed fan-funded EP, recipient of two best music video awards and honorable mention at the John Lennon Songwriting Contest. Her music video for "Should you get mad" received an award and was in the official selection of several festivals this year.

Recent press quotes:

The Aquarian/East Coast Rocker:
"Like the passing of a strange and beautiful woman amongst a bustling gray sidewalk crowd you cant help but turn and look directly in her direction. And in this case, I've done a 360 to catch things I didn't see at first. Lili Roquelin is a forward thinking artist possessing scary talent and an ambitious eye on the future."

"A Rising East Coast Star" (Knocks from the Underground/Boston Quincy Cove): "Everything Roquelin touches she makes her own — even things she hasn't created. Her cover of "Sally's Song" (written by Danny Elfman for the Tim Burton cult-classic, A Nightmare Before Christmas) is nothing short of perfect. Always a haunting show-stopper, translated into French it becomes a song of grand devastation"

Live Performance Review (Synch Ladies on the move): "LiLi Roquelin has a sincere, warm and loving spirit that is so rare these days. Artists like these are encouraging to see"

Live Performance Article (The Kent Stater): "A room full of eyes blink toward her — consumed. "A nightmare I had," invites you in, bathing you in its melody, on the low end of the spectrum, giving the impression of a half-slumber waking."

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LiLi Roquelin "Should you get mad" music video: