Dom is an incredible talent and I’m a huge fan. His song, “You Still Haunt Me” captured the atmosphere of my novel “Unbreakable” perfectly.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
Alternative rock artist Dom Liberati will be playing a small acoustic performance of his original music at bestselling author Kami Garcia’s book signing for her new novel “Unbreakable” at The Grove. Liberati’s original song, “You Still Haunt Me,” was selected as the music for the Garcia’s book trailer which premiered on MTV recently. The book signing will take place at Barnes & Noble at 7:00 p.m., complemented by Liberati’s musical performance.
In celebration of the release of Garcia’s “Unbreakable,” Liberati is also hosting a free after party concert with his full band at The Mint, one of the most popular local landmarks in Los Angeles.
The show will start at 9:30 p.m.
"Dom is an incredible talent and I’m a huge fan. His song, “You Still Haunt Me” captured the atmosphere of my novel “Unbreakable” perfectly, and I was so excited when he offered to let us use it for the book trailer," said Kami Garcia, author of “Unbreakable,” which is the first book in The Legion Series.
"I'm so excited to be a part of Kami's “Unbreakable!” She has a great connection with her audience and I am honored to think that "You Still Haunt Me" has helped strengthen those bonds even more,” said Liberati. “I didn't have to dig too deep for inspiration on this song since Kami's imagery and content was so vivid," he added.
Kami Garcia is New York Times bestselling coauthor of “Beautiful Creatures” and author of “Unbreakable.” “Beautiful Creatures” has been published in 50 countries and translated in 39 languages. The film adaptation, released in theaters by Warner Brothers earlier this year, stars: Viola Davis, Jeremy Irons, Emma Thompson, Emmy Rossum, Alice Englert, and Alden Ehrenrich. For more information on Kami Garcia, visit http://www.kamigarcia.com.
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. Follow Liberati on Facebook or visit http://www.domliberati.com.