How I was exposed to Vienna Teng

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Postby cmooreNC » Tue May 11, 2010 12:55 pm

I'd like to also add my "welcome" to the chorus, rainspeckled. Thanks for bringing your perspective. Glad to have you aboard (or is that "on board"?)!
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Postby stellamoor » Fri May 28, 2010 8:43 am

My introduction to Vienna Teng was so geeky. I heard the Larsa/Penelo FST, and Vienna Teng's Recessional and Nothing Without You was on it. My interest was piqued, and when my friend wound up being a fan, and loaned me Waking Hour, it was love. Haha.

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Postby aaparallel » Fri May 28, 2010 10:26 pm

stellamoor wrote:My introduction to Vienna Teng was so geeky. I heard the Larsa/Penelo FST, and Vienna Teng's Recessional and Nothing Without You was on it. My interest was piqued, and when my friend wound up being a fan, and loaned me Waking Hour, it was love. Haha.


Welcome to the forum, Stellamoor! Many of us on here got introduced to Vienna's music through geeky means. :lol: Glad you sustained your interest!
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