Coronaviruses hærgrer over the country. Schools and cultural institutions are among the offerings, the danes must be ignored, while the infection is attempted to be verified.
Now comes the Extra Magazine with a leg up.
Friday night offers Extra Blade a half an hour of top entertainment, when we livestreamer a concert with Dizzy Mizz Lizzy direct from the band's rehearsal room. The event will be on our free platform eb.dk start at 20.
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the Purpose of the concert is to spread the joy and good mood, while Denmark is shut down. Viewers get a unique opportunity to get close to the band. During the concert you can share your enthusiasm, your interest and your questions with other viewers in our livemodul - we will try to provide as many answers as possible on the questions that come in.
Also the Extra Magazine was a music critic Thomas Treo, will change the familiar framework with the home office, and to give his opinions along the way.
Dizzy Mizz Lizzy during a concert in Amager Bio last year. Photo: Per Lange
Editor-in-chief Poul Madsen says:
- It is in all ways an incredibly difficult time, we find ourselves in. As citizens – as a society. On the Extra Leaf is our task to describe the reality as it happens – good and evil. In these days tumble all with concerns, and hence our idea to use our platform to make it possible to get the music out to the danes in a new form. I hope that a great many will see, and I hope that you will take really good against Dizzy Mizz Lizzy, who have agreed to stand up and give us a half hour live experience from their rehearsal room.
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He says further, to follow the authorities ' instructions.
- the Agreement has come into place in record-time. We, of course, follow the regulatory requirements and guidelines, so it is on the way also a somewhat different production than what everyone is used to.
- With the concert, I hope that we for a while can lower your shoulders, and enjoy some good music – it is the intention of the us – to bring the music out to the people of denmark in a new way, " says Poul Madsen.
Dizzy Mizz Lizzy has today, Friday released their new album ’Alter Echo’.