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Black Diamond Entertainment presents AudioBody

« All Events February 15, 2014

The Tardy Brothers are back and this time as Audio Body complete with an arsenal of audio-visual inventions, including wearable electronic jumpsuits that play music as they move, LED light tubes that are manipulated at high speeds in the dark, a 16-foot wide electronic drum-set, fluorescent light ropes that form the shapes of sound waves, and countless other unique performance gadgets.

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Matt and Jason Tardy's multifaceted training, and almost 20 years of experience in the performing arts has brought them all over the US and abroad. Some highlights include the Disney Wonder Cruise Ship, the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas, the Golden Phoenix Casino in Reno, NV and even The White House in Washington DC three times!

Brothers Matthew and Jason Tardy started their performing career in 1994 as young teenagers in a small town in Maine where they presented some sketch comedy at a local community talent show. They were seen by local physical comedian Michael Miclon, who noticed their natural rapport with the audience and invited them to apprentice and tour with him. The apprenticeship opened many doors including the opportunity to train extensively at the Celebration Barn Theater with Mime Master Tony Montanaro as well as Broadway comedians, gold-medal jugglers, and Cirque du Soleil performers.

Enlisting the energy of an atomic bomb and the creativity of DaVinci himself, brothers Matt and Jason Tardy started creating music under the name AudioBody in 2004.

A few years later they emerged with an arsenal of audio-visual inventions, including wearable electronic jumpsuits that play music as they move, LED light tubes that are manipulated at high speeds in the dark, a 16 foot wide electronic drum-set, fluorescent light ropes that form the shapes of sound waves, and countless other unique performance gadgets.
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"AudioBody is what happens when creativity collides with technology and takes the form of spectacle." -Kate Griffith, Museum LA