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Michael Learns to Rock

Legendary Musical Group in One-Night Performance at Bali's Hard Rock Hotel to Aid Aceh Relief on February 6, 2005.


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(2/7/2005)

Jascha, Kåre and Mikkel – the three members of the fabled Danish musical group Michael Learns to Rock (MLTR) is coming to Bali for a one night performance at Hard Rock Hotel Bali on Sunday, February 6, 2005.

The mega-group now has more than 8 million recordings to its credit since its professional debut in 1991. MLTR began as a group of high school chums in Aarhus, Denmark back in 1987. Keyboard player Jascha Richter, the "old man" of the group at 42, originally gathered the band's members together. MLTR's drummer, Kåre Wanscher, and guitarist, Mikkel Lentz, complete the dynamic trio who contribute their music and voices to a repetroire known for its tight vocal harmonies and discernable lyrics.

Following the release of two albums in the early 1990s, MLTR's reputation soareds in 1994 when they become recipients of the RSH Award in Germany and at the SEA Grammy Awards in Singapore where the band was named "The Best Performing Act of the Year."

Consistently producing hit albums and sold out tours for their main following in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Southeast Asia – the group is extremely popular in Bali where they once used a local beach to record a video clip.

Special Charity Concert

In order to help raise funds for Achenese relief projects, MLTR is presenting a one-night only concert at the Hard Rock Hotels "Sand Island" starting from 7:00 p.m. on Sunday, February 6, 2005.

Tickets are on sale for Rp. 200.000 and can be purchased by calling the Hotel at ++62-361-761869 or via the e-mail link provided.

Space is limited and this concert promises to be a sell-out!



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