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‘The Vampire Diaries’: Chorus ‘Rise Like A Phoenix’

A choir from “The Vampire diaries” is about to go on tour in the United States.

Chorus member David Tully, a native of Scotland, joined the band in the first season of the popular TV series.

Tully is scheduled to perform on May 6 at a benefit concert at the University of California, Los Angeles, where he’ll also sing and perform in the choir.

Tullys concert is the second of a three-night concert series, beginning with a May 7 performance at the UCAs Pasadena Concert Hall.

The second performance is scheduled for May 9 at the Los Angeles Theatre.

The first concert will take place May 12 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, with a concert on May 19 at the Pasadena Sports Arena.

The Los Angeles Philharmonic, the UCLA, and the Los Angeles County Coliseum are hosting the tour.

TULLY’S RECORDS ‘The Blood of Dracula’ The show will feature the “blood” from “Dirty Dancing” from the hit series, along with performances from “Killer Women” and “The Blood and the Treasure.”

Tully said he chose the title for the series because he wanted to bring back a “vampire” aspect to the series, and he was inspired by the vampire “Karen” from one of the series’ novels.

The band’s performances will be performed in full costume and on a stage with a full orchestra and choir.

“I was a little bit hesitant, but I was really happy to be on stage,” he said.

“The show will be a very exciting experience.

I’m looking forward to playing the opening and closing songs.”

The show’s lineup is expected to include: David Tullley, vocalist of the Chorus, and Brian Stoller, keyboardist of The Vampire Diapers.

TULLEY’S RIGHTS “I’ve always been a fan of the Vampire Diaper.

I’ve always loved the show and I love all the characters.

I just wanted to do something new,” Tully told MTV News.

“It’s a great show and we love doing it.

It’s a lot of fun, but it’s also a lot scary.

So, I just kind of went with the gut feeling that the characters are not going to die.

I was so happy to do this because I love the characters so much.

It gives us a chance to be a little more open to our fans and do something different and just be really fun.”

It was really fun to see a band doing something that was more dark than I normally would like to see. “

A lot of the music on the show is actually really dark, but for me it’s very much a dance music.

There are some really dark moments, too, and a lot are really beautiful and really powerful. “

We have a lot more music on our records than we normally do, and that’s a big part of it.

There are some really dark moments, too, and a lot are really beautiful and really powerful.

But the more I listen to our records, the more that we’re able to really do the kinds of songs that we have written.”

Stoller said that his role as the leader of the band has been “really exciting.”

“I feel like David is our leader, but he’s not our leader,” he added.

And I think that will be very satisfying for people, as well. “

And that’s the joy of it: that’s our chance to sing and do things and really show off what we can accomplish.

And I think that will be very satisfying for people, as well.

It’ll be fun.”

AVAILABLE FOR TOUR DATES AND TIMES “I think it’s important to be honest about the challenges we face on tour,” Stoll said.

We’re not afraid to take risks, and we’re always looking for opportunities to push ourselves and push our fans.

I don’t think we’re ever afraid to do a little something different, even if it means putting our life on the line.

That’s what we do and that is what we’re trying to achieve here.

We don’t need to have to be the greatest band on the planet or the most popular band on Earth.

We just need to be able to do our job and be able do our best and just give the best performance.

I think our fans want that.

“David and I both work in entertainment, and our goal is to entertain and to entertain as best we can, and I know that is the goal.

I know David is doing that on the biggest stage in the world, and it’s going to be really exciting to be onstage with him.”