The show will entertain as well as educate people on how the music industry works, how it has changed and where it is going.
St. Louis, Missouri (PRWEB) January 09, 2012
The Vatterott College ex’treme Institute by Nelly-St. Louis will launch a new web-based TV show on January 19 that will feature music celebrities discussing their careers in the industry. The hour-long show will be broadcast from ex’treme Institute in St. Louis, and can be viewed in real time at http://www.eibynelly.com.
The show, “Seviin @ 7,” will be hosted by Seviin Li, reportedly one of the hottest new performing sensations to embrace the music industry. Seviin, a native of Madrid, Spain, is a well-rounded entertainer with experience as a vocalist, dancer, writer and actress. Her singing debut was on Grammy award-winning recording artist, Murphy Lee’s platinum selling album, “Murphy’s Law.” She also performed on the same stage as ex’treme Institute’s namesake, Nelly.
Seviin’s first show will be co-hosted with Murphy Lee. Murphy is best known as a member of the St. Lunatics and is also the chief executive of his own label, U C Me Entertainment and Freaky Muscato Wine.
Special guest on the show will be Kandi Burruss, a Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter who resides in Atlanta and stars on the reality TV show “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.” She is a former member of the platinum-selling music group Xscape and the recipient of a Grammy for her work on TLC's mega-hit “No Scrubs.”
“This new show will give viewers and aspiring musicians a great opportunity to learn from those who have already made it in the industry,” said Nelly.
“Seviin @ 7 is an extension of what ex’treme Institute offers to students -- inspiration and the tools to succeed, “ said Pam BelI, Chief Executive Officer and President of Vatterott Educational Centers, Inc. “The show will entertain as well as educate people on how the music industry works, how it has changed and where it is going.”
A new episode will air each month and each show will feature exciting and talented artists, according to Bell. Past shows can be accessed any time on the show web site or at http://www.eibynelly.com.
ex’treme Institute by Nelly (EI), a new music production school in St. Louis, allows students to gain real life experience working alongside artists, producers and engineers in the music industry. The 9,000-square foot facility houses a recording studio, a music engineering space, and a design studio in which students can work on creating album covers and other music related artwork. Students can create their own schedule, choosing from the available courses. The courses are designed for all types of music genres.
For more information and a complete list of the offered courses, visit http://www.eibynelly.com or call 1.888.841.3602. ex’treme Institute by Nelly is located at 800 N. 3rd Street, St. Louis, MO 63102.
About Vatterott College ex’treme Institute by Nelly
Founded in 2011 by Vatterott College and St. Louis native Nelly, ex’treme Institute by Nelly-St. Louis is dedicated to providing those passionate about music with the right skills and education to extend their knowledge of recording engineering, production and design. Students get hands-on training and the opportunity to work alongside artists, producers and engineers in today’s music industry. To learn more, please visit http://www.eibynelly.com.
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