Bermudians in Hollywood
Hollywood glitz comes to Bermuda
A pair of Bermudian performers will treat residents to an exclusive insight into their Hollywood experience on Monday.
Hannah Eggen and Gianluca Gibbons, both part of the Heritage band and based in Los Angeles, will showcase some of their unreleased work and share their inside scoop on showbusiness.
The Bermudians in Hollywood event will also feature a sneak peek at upcoming film Romancery, starring Mr Gibbons, as well as comedian Nadanja Bailey.
Mr Gibbons said: “It will be an intimate setting giving an exclusive insight into our journey in Hollywood, unreleased content, music, comedy and more.”
He added: “We are very excited to use this event as a platform to continue to inspire other Bermudian creatives to strive for their dreams.
“We are even shooting videos while on the island to showcase how amazing Bermuda is for creating art.”
Ms Eggen, who will perform at the South by Southwest music festival in Texas next month, said: “I can’t express how excited I am to share all we’ve been working on with our beautiful Bermudian family.”
There will also be special screenings of unreleased music videos at the event at Speciality Cinema in Hamilton.
The duo will also perform live with Ms Eggen on guitar and vocals, and Mr Gibbons on saxophone.
Both Bermudians have spent the last few years in Los Angeles, but have performed around the world.
They have shared the stage with acts including Carlos Santana, Wyclef Jean, The Madden Brothers, Wayne Wonder, Nico & Vinz, and Natasha Bedingfield.
They have also made leaps into film, dance and motivational speaking. Tickets cost $15. The event will run from 6.30pm to 8pm.
• For more information, visit htgmusic.com/speciality. To RSVP, visit htgmusic.com/hollywood
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