Cypress South Brings An Evening Of Electro-Pop Music, Visual Displays, And Stargazing Through Fernbank's Huge Telescope On May 2
April 13, 2014 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsApril 13, 2014 - Lush electro-pop music under the spectacular starry night dome and light show surrounding the audience is the perfect prelude to viewing the night sky through Fernbank's huge telescope. It all takes place Friday, May 2, at 8:00PM in the Jim Cherry Memorial Planetarium in Atlanta's Fernbank Science Center.
Cypress South, an emotionally mesmerizing musical experience, features musician and electro-chanteuse Sue Wilkinson, and seven-string bassist and looping maestro Michael Cady.
Fernbank's resident astronomer, April Whitt, will layer the star display with Cypress South's multimedia visuals for an enchanting experience in the 500 seat planetarium. Whitt will open the huge telescope for all to view the night sky.
Treasures, filled with atmospheric and edgy neo-soul, was co-produced by Atlanta's sonic wizard Martin Kearns and Germany's David Becker.
Wilkinson's success and popularity in Europe and the UK has yet to be mirrored here in the US, although critics praise Treasures as the CD that will raise her profile at home. The songs have been compared to Florence And The Machine, London Grammar, and Ellie Goulding. Baroque pop combined with visual art have made Cypress South a favorite live show at museums and planetariums.
Admission is $10.00 in advance, and $12.00 at the door, for this family friendly event. Tickets may be purchased at http://www.fernbank.edu.
Treasures is available on Amazon, iTunes, or SoundCloud. Get more information about Cypress South by visiting their website at www.cypresssouthmusic.com, and following them on FaceBook, Twitter and ReverbNation.