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21 June 2005 - 15:06
Lene's live performances in ROME and Viterbo
Monday June 20th will go down in the history of this fanclub and for all the Lene Marlin's fans as one of the most special dates to remember. Fans from all over Italy came to Rome to be present at Lene's showcase at the Messaggerie Musicali music store, where she sang live four songs from her new album, accompanied by her percussionist and historical guitarist Stray: she sang "Eyes Closed", "All I Can Say", "When You Were Around" (with Lene playing herself the guitar), closing with "Hope You're Happy". After the memorable performance Lene met all her fans, signing autographs and making photos for a long time, and as usual she contented everybody, until the end!

The day before, June 19th, Lene was at Festivalbar in Viterbo. After rehearsing in the afternoon "How Would It Be", Lene sang live her new single twice during the recordings, for the two exhibitions will be broadcast in Italy in two different days (June 28th and July 5th).

In the next days we will bring to you full coverage from these two exceptional events, via news and huge photogalleries.
For now, we just want to say thank you, thank you very much indeed to all of the people who came to the Rome showcase, an historical moment for this fanclub, since it was the biggest fanclub gathering ever! And all the fanclub wishes of course to thank also Alistair, and most of all Lene, who was truly outstanding in her live performance and the following meeting, so kind and patient as always... we are almost running out of words to describe how special she is! Thanks to everybody, and check out for upcoming updates in the Experiences section!

 
 


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