Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Sgt. Pepper/Cheap Trick Graffifi Wall Launched!

Ramp it Up Entertainment and Color Light and Shadow Inc. have launched the Sgt. Pepper/Cheap Trick GraffifitWall.

To support the marketing and promotional strategies to maximize premium seat/ticket sales for Sgt. Pepper Live Featuring Cheap Trick at the Paris Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Dennis Gelbaum and Linda Gottfried have joined together to launch the Sgt. Pepper/Cheap Trick GraffitiWall. Check it out, join and play at:

"GraffitiWall is a powerful marketing tool that lets us create an interactive social networking website (can also be used on a variety of other platforms including smart phones and electronic billboards) that is totally customizable. As we looked for unique, fresh ways to engage our audience, connecting with and introducing GraffitiWall just made a lot of sense," Dennis Gelbaum, CEO of ramp it up entertainment adds.

What is GraffitiWall - GraffitiWall is the most engaging, interactive, innovative, immersive and fun-game like social networking tool on the planet! Think of GraffitiWall as a living, breathing, real time interactive canvas that helps fans/consumers stay connected.

And what do participants do on GraffitiWall - they play, they communicate, they relate, they exchange ideas and stories, they see exclusive content, listen to music and they win prizes and more.

'Sgt. Pepper Live Featuring Cheap Trick', a dazzling musical experience featuring world-famous rock stars, the Sgt. Pepper Symphony Orchestra and a live interpretation of one of the most beloved rock albums in history, takes the stage for a limited engagement beginning June 11 at the Paris Las Vegas Theatre.

A Bill Edwards Presents Inc. production, tickets for 'Sgt. Pepper Live Featuring Cheap Trick' are now on sale. Show dates on sale include June 11­12, June 15-16, June 18-19, June 22-23, June 25-26, and June 29-30, with future dates to be announced. Showtime is 8 p.m. For the best seats in the house, got to

A celebration of The Beatles' influential album, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Cheap Trick performs the entire album live as well as select Cheap Trick songs that lend themselves to orchestral arrangements. At the helm of the production is Geoff Emerick, the renowned engineer of the classic 1967 album. Never performed in its entirety by The Beatles due to the complex studio technology of the day that was employed in the making of the album, 'Sgt. Pepper Live' allows Cheap Trick to incorporate their brand of power pop into the classic songs while paying tribute to music legends in an unforgettable musical experience.

Cheap Trick is best known for its classic singles, 'I Want You To Want Me' and 'Surrender.' The American power-pop progenitors recorded the album All Shook Up in 1980 with Sir George Martin and Geoff Emerick, producer and engineer of Sgt. Pepper¹s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Emerick will continue to oversee the audio production for 'Sgt. Pepper Live.' He received Grammy Awards for the engineering of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band and Abbey Road.

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