Could major radio stations soon be playing the music of artists best known for their Second Life avatars?
If one well-known Metaverse rocker has his way, the tunes that have players lining up in the virtual world will soon find their way into a real-world album release.
Zak Claxton is a big deal in Second Life. His live music performances and audience-pleasing style have over the years grown into a true fan following. So when Claxton had to decide whether to release his first real-world album using his real name or the Claxton nomme de Metaverse, the choice was easy.
Pixels and Policy spoke with Claxton to find out why virtual music is bringing him real recognition.