I am very excited to be able to share my first hand musical career experiences with aspiring musicians so they can learn about the challenges and rewards as they prepare for their future careers.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 03, 2013
Alternative rock artist Dom Liberati is making a special return visit to Malone University in Canton, Ohio, the college he graduated from in 2008. On this special educational visit, Liberati will present a unique experiential seminar at the Department of Music on the college campus. The seminar will include him performing several of his latest original songs, discussing his career path, and his recent performances at The South by Southwest® (SXSW®) Conferences & Festivals in Austin, TX and also providing a ‘no holds barred’ question and answer session for students in the colleges’ Music Production, Music Theory, and Songwriting classes on April 3, 2013.
“I am very excited to be able to share my first hand musical career experiences with aspiring musicians so they can learn about the challenges and rewards as they prepare for their future careers,” said Liberati.
At the recent SXSW® Festival in Texas, Liberati was scheduled to perform at El Ceviche Grill in one of the festival’s artist showcases, an exceptional performance that created a flurry of local bookings for a mini tour during his visit. Not only did Liberati play every night to an appreciative crowd at the El Ceviche Grill, but he was tapped to play an after party by the manager of the Brass House Club next door, played bass for 28 North at top rated club Amped, and then culminated his Texas tour with a featured performance at The Music Ranch, Austin’s biggest live music venue.
Upon his return to Los Angeles from Ohio, Liberati’s schedule is already filling up. He will be performing an acoustic show on April 12 at Molly Malone’s in Los Angeles, as well as finalizing the details for his West Coast mini-tour scheduled for May 2013.
About Dom Liberati
Dom Liberati delivers bass driven anthem rock with an earnest, aggressive and fresh approach. His infectious, stadium-sized hooks with pop sensibility have been compared to the likes of Jimmy Eat World, Foo Fighters and Kings of Leon. In 2011, Liberati’s first official music video was released and “We Own the Night” went on to win two Los Angeles Movie Awards. Since then, he has gone on tour to promote his new album, The Good Hurt. He has collaborated with Grammy-winning songwriter Sunny Hilden (Sting, Ray Charles, David Archuleta), YouTube pop sensation Karmin, and the Tiesto-favored DJ Fei-Fei. Liberati currently lives in Los Angeles and can be found frequently performing with his self-assembled custom basses at iconic music venues such as The Hotel Café, The House of Blues, The Troubadour, and the Roxy.