Dreaming in Stereo CD Release Party at The Stage 2/20/11

The CD release party for Dreaming in Stereo’s “Dreaming in Stereo 2” and Jennifer Kaiser’s “Masquerade”
Sunday 2/20/11 8pm
The Stage Miami
170 NE 38th St
Miami, FL 33130
How Much – Free

Forward Motion Records presents: The CD release party for Dreaming in Stereo’s “Dreaming in Stereo 2” and Jennifer Kaiser’s “Masquerade” at Miami’s newest music venue “The Stage”. This will be a unique event with special guests and surprises.

Both projects are led by alumni of the Miami Beach Senior High Rock Ensemble

“Dreaming in Stereo 2” is the much anticipated followup to their Self-Titled debut. The band will be one of only 4… acts representing South Florida at South By Southwest 2011 in Austin Texas.

“Masquerade” is the long awaited debut from Singer- Songwriter , Jennifer Kaiser. She is a accomplished writer and performer who has worked with a who’s who of local talent to make a unique album with a sound all its own.

The show will begin with a songwriters in the round featuring Tyler Bernhardt, The Mann Sisters, Chris Alvy, Syvia Emmerson, and Danny Luis.


Dreaming in Stereo Bio
Progressive Pop … that’s what the powerful sound of the Miami Beach-based band Dreaming in Stereo is. Influenced by the sound of Art Rock and power pop , DIS take you on a sonic journey with 3 minute pop songs with progressive rock intricacies .Their songwriting is mature and their live shows have earned them the right to hold their own opening for legendary acts like Todd Rundgren, Adrian Belew, Mumiy Troll, and Davey Jones.”Dreaming in Stereo 2″ is the followup to 2010’s critically acclaimed self titled debut which was a college radio staple charting in over 30 major markets. The band has been selected to showcase at SXSW 2011 in Austin, TX

Jennifer Kaiser Bio
Jennifer Kaiser is an emerging singer/songwriter and native Miami Beach resident. Her new album of original material, “Masquerade” (Forward Motion Records), showcases her strengths as a burgeoning talent in the South Florida musical scene and encompasses a variable who’s who of South Florida’s musical talent.
Before even graduating high school, Jennifer’s obvious talent landed her an internship at Deston Entertainment, owned by renowned American songwriter Desmond Child (Bon Jovi, Kiss, Aerosmith, Ricky Martin). With the experience of Child’s guidance under her belt, Jennifer began writing for and with local artists including renowned vocal trainer and writer Beth Cohen, and Marty Cintron of pop group No Mercy amongst others. A 2003 stint as the singer/songwriter in rock band The Pinball Playboys, with lead guitarist Giovanni Vitanza (elusive singer/songwriter of 1990’s Los Angeles rock band the Coma-Tones), furthered the depths of her experience as a performer and writer.
As a student at Miami Beach Senior HIgh school at age 15, Jennifer’s path first crossed with fellow student and now-near-patriarch of the Miami original music scene, Fernando Perdomo (of Miami-based group Dreaming In Stereo and proprietor of Forward Motion Records). Their common love of all things music sparked a natural chemistry, culminating in a series of acoustic gigs in 2001 where they were featured at the prestigious, but short-lived, Billboard Live in Miami Beach.
From their early association, Perdomo made for a natural fit as the producer on “Masquerade.” A special project close to Jennifer’s heart, “Masquerade” features material with origins in a 1999 trip abroad to Paris, where the free-spirited artist found the inspiration for the songs “Paper Doll” and “Pretty Boy.” Fast forward to 2010 where the augmented collection of material attracted not only Perdomo, who serves as producer and bassist, but also celebrated session-drummer and artist Derek Cintron (of Miami-based band DC3), Nothing Rhymes With Orange producer Ryan Sambrook on piano, organ and synthesizer and Dreaming In Stereo alumni Dave Torre on viola. Lead guitarist George Chavles (of Los Angeles rock bands The DI’s and The Red Devils) came “out of the woodwork” to participate in the project ,and vocals on the material were produced by none other than Grammy-Award winning engineer Felipe Tichaeur, whose credits include Christina Agulera and he has recently written and produced latin pop song that is currently #8 on Billboard.