DJ Maxwell (Maxwell Bricker) performed today at the grand re-opening of the CFB Wilsons Memorial Village in the Great Canadian Grid. The region emulates a military base in Canada complete with barracks, training grounds and much more.
"I have been playing the Canadian National Anthem and it was an honor to be the DJ at the grand opening of such an important region" said Maxwell Bricker. DJ Maxwell is known for his great DJing at his popular venue CLUB MAX (Maxwells Place, GCG) and more recently as the GCG Events Coordinator for GCG Pulse.
DJ Max regularly appears at his own club CLUB MAX but has also deejayed at CFB Wilson and the Realm. He held a Valentines Day party at CLUB MAX with a dozen people in attendance; "I play all kinds of music and take requests" DJ Maxwell told the Corran Journal this afternoon following his set today.
"Max is a great person to have on our team and to work with" said Winter Silversmith Editor GCG Pulse. "He has really been an asset in building up community and morale in the grid with both planned and impromptu events at his club".
His well planned set today included the popular and creatively Canadian song Canadian, Please by gunnarolla (Andrew Gunadie) and Julia Bentley (viewed over 4.6 million times on YouTube), These two awesome young Canadians performed live at the Olympic Torch Relay Celebration at Niagara Falls, Canada in 2009. For a hilarious look behind the scenes check out this video.
The new memorial themed region is the inspiration of Tigerkitti Eberdene a long time resident of the Great Canadian Grid and former member of the Canadian armed forces in RealLife. "Roddie invited me here to recreate the memorial. I did but yeah, I always thought, a town. In the cemetery are headstones of RealLife people I know, or real people who passed on. For me, my father is in my mind a lot while building this memorial region".
The region is very well laid out with clearly marked buildings all linked with a picturesque network of streets and pathways. Be sure to stop by the hockey rink which is the only one of its kind currently in the Great Canadian Grid.
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