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Electronic - Electronica | Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,888   
Member Since: 2008
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ARC-AUDIO

ARC = "highly luminous and intensely hot release of electricity between two points"

Featured on shows including:

"Parental Control" - MTV Network
"Bad Girls Club" OXYGEN Network
"Keeping Up With the Kardashians" - E!TV Network/Comcast
"Road Rules - The Real World" MTV Network
"Living Lohan" - E!TV Network/Comcast
"MY SUPER SWEET 16" - MTV Network

Life's musical journey has brought Rouel deLeon and ARC-AUDIO to a new point of light. In a Seattle, WA household built on love, Elvis, the Beatles and Bach Rouel knew early on his passion and destiny would be tied to music. By 6th grade, Rouel was into his 4th year of piano and performed with a world class boychoir. He knew that the lights and sounds of the world's great auditoriums, television and radio would one day be his lifelong career. Under the mentoring of David Kyle, voice coach to Liza Minelli , Geoff Tate (Queensryche) and Lane Staley (Alice in Chains), Rouel began in earnest the journey of making the dream a reality. Fast forward to Atlanta, GA, 1994. Brought to the South via a job and a dream of New York City, Rouel thought his stay would be brief. Instead it became the defining moment to where he is today. ARC-AUDIO brings 14 years of diversity, unique experiences to the audio and visual landscape. Inspired by the creative energies of the Gorillaz, Gnarls Barkley, Sound Tribe Sector Nine and Cirque du Soleil, the resulting mix is a heady brew unlike anything heard before. Thousands have experienced what ARC-AUDIO is all about. The rest of the world is about to do the same.

Performing Credits include:

Seattle, WA
o Seattle Opera House
o The Off Ramp (now Avalon)
o Performances with the Seattle Opera, Seattle Symphony, Seattle Ballet and Northwest Boy Choir
o National anthem performances for the Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Supersonics and Seattle Pacific University
o Young Messiah national tour

Atlanta, GA
o 1996 Olympic Games
o Centerstage
o The Loft
o Vinyl
o Variety Playhouse
o Tabernacle
o The Apache/Ying Yang Cafe