An Xellent Group

by | Aug 7, 2012 | Latest | 0 comments

Our own audio expert Serena is working with the amazingly eclectic group Xelle on one of their many awesome live shows.

Date:  Tuesday, August 7th

Time: 12:30

Location: 345 Park Avenue

Nearby Transportation: 4, 5, 6, 7, Times Square Shuttle to Grand Central Station

“XELLE wants you to know that their name is pronounced “XL,” because they  love big things: big voices, big personalities and making big smash hits. As the first pop group to consist of two  girls and a drag queen, they are a girl group with something extra.

Together, JC Cassis, Rony G and Mimi Imfurst are XELLE, but separately,  they come from a wide variety of life experiences.  They have lived in  Boston, Israel, Maine, the Philippines, Holland, and New York City.  They’ve written songs, both for their own projects and for other artists  such as Martha Wash.  They’ve voiced an animated baby penguin, a  talking vending machine and numerous radio jingles. They’ve won Amateur  Night at the Apollo and released music as solo artists, including a  single on the 2010 FIFA World Cup album “Triumph Through Football” for  Sony Music.  They’ve served two years in the army and can take apart,  put together, and fire an Uzi sub-machine gun, M16 and Galil rifle. They  can speak French, Spanish, Portuguese, Hebrew, Tagalog and English.  They can play the piano, flute, saxophone, tambourine,  guitar and a fierce kazoo.

They’ve worked with Lady Gaga, Martha Wash, Kathy Griffin, Mya,  Crystal Waters, Mo’nique, Salt-N-Pepa, C&C Music Factory, Lil’ Kim,  Vanessa Williams, LaToya Jackson, Howard Stern, Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie  O’Donnell, RuPaul, P!nk, and Dolly Parton. They’ve dominated the stages  of New York City and performed around the world in places such as  London, Tel-Aviv, Jerusalem, Thailand, Holland, Las Vegas, San  Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas, Chicago, Boston, and almost every US  State. They’ve been featured in US Weekly and People Magazine. They’ve  performed in night clubs, cruise ships, on Broadway, at Carnegie Hall  and even 35,000 feet up in the air on a plane.”

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