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Xenia Seeberg Personal Private Collection of Pictures, Photographs, CD, Posters, Button, Key Chain, Pen and Mouse Pad


 

Xenia Seeberg Personal Private Collection of Pictures, Photographs, CD, Posters, Button, Key Chain, Pen and Mouse Pad

 

 

Xenia Seeberg Personal Private Collection of Pictures, Photographs, CD, Posters, Button, Key Chain, Pen and Mouse Pad

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Xenia Seeberg Personal Private Collection of Pictures, Photographs, CD, Posters, Button, Key Chain, Pen and Mouse Pad

 

 

Xenia Seeberg Personal Private Collection of Pictures, Photographs, CD, Posters, Button, Key Chain, Pen and Mouse Pad

 

 

Xenia Seeberg Personal Private Collection of Pictures, Photographs, CD, Posters, Button, Key Chain, Pen and Mouse Pad

 

 

Xenia Seeberg Personal Private Collection of Pictures, Photographs, CD, Posters, Button, Key Chain, Pen and Mouse Pad

 

 

Xenia Seeberg Personal Private Collection of Pictures, Photographs, CD, Posters, Button, Key Chain, Pen and Mouse Pad

 

 

Xenia Seeberg Personal Private Collection of Pictures, Photographs, CD, Posters, Button, Key Chain, Pen and Mouse Pad

 

 

Xenia Seeberg Personal Private Collection of Pictures, Photographs, CD, Posters, Button, Key Chain, Pen and Mouse Pad

 

 

Xenia Seeberg Personal Private Collection of Pictures, Photographs, CD, Posters, Button, Key Chain, Pen and Mouse Pad

 

 

Xenia Seeberg Personal Private Collection of Pictures, Photographs, CD, Posters, Button, Key Chain, Pen and Mouse Pad

Vertikals: Singers, Songwriters & Producers featuring Xenia Seeberg Personal Private Collection of Pictures, Photographs, CD, Posters, Button, Key Chain, Pen and Mouse Pad


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Left to Right: Circa 1988 The Turtles: Armstrong, Flo (Mark Volman), Eddie (Howard Kaylan), Alquist

Left to Right: Circa 1978: James Armstrong, Brian Wilson

Circa 1978: Jan and Dean, Papa Doo Run Run and American Spring (The Honeys) on stage together
L to R: Krazy Jim Shippey, Jan, Dean, Jimmy D Armstrong, Marilyn Wilson (Rovell), Mark Ward, Diane Rovell, Don Zirilli, Bobbi Rovell, Jimi-Jo Rush

Left to Right: Circa 1979: Carl Wilson, James Armstrong

Left to Right: Circa 1979: Jan Berry, Richard Hatch, Dean Torrence, James Armstrong, Brian Wilson

Left to Right: Circa 1976: Jimi-Jo Rush, Jimmy D Armstrong, Mark Ward

Left to Right: Circa 1996: Adrian Baker (Beach Boys), James Armstrong

 

 

 

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Xenia Seeberg
Then and Now

To try and assemble a complete historical bio on a superstar like Xenia may actually read more like a classic romantic novel. This actress has such an elaborate and robust background, with too many sub-chapters to mention. It might be easier to focus on some key moments that give enlightenment to Xenia the wonderful and beautiful person as well as Xenia the Star.

Some people know that Xenia was born in a small countryside town called Geldern, Germany. Her mother was a painter and her father an accomplished guitarist. What you probably don’t know is that growing up near the Dutch border allowed this quiet, soft-spoken little girl to live in an area that was surrounded with horses. She wasn’t on a “farm” per say, just a vast amount of countryside attached to the outstretch of her home! These beautiful pastures allowed Xenia to develop into quite an accomplished equestrian major. Whether performing spontaneous tricks on the horses or engaging her imagination to stage a play of galloping the delivery of a “secret message to the king,” Xenia knew she had acting in her blood. In fact, at age 4 her grandmother’s cousin (an actress herself who was 86) told her “Some day all of your gifted talents will be called upon to be a famous actress for all the world to love.” It’s nice to know grandma’s cousin was right! Xenia’s first role on stage at age 7 was starring in the lead role of “Red” in Little Red Riding Hood.

Her natural talent being a born gift, it’s surprising to learn that Xenia appreciated how valuable education was at a higher level. As a teenager she studied to be a classically trained dancer. Her hours and hours of practice and hard work has certainly paid off. We see this in the way she gracefully enters a room, walks down the red carpet or dances her way on to film or stage. Another interesting fact about her education is that Xenia has also performed and sung with the Dusseldorf Theater House. This was no easy accomplishment. People who’ve auditioned for years many times get turned down. It’s a little easier to now understand how she sings her soaring vocals effortlessly in Vertikals’ songs today. The Vertikals have a way of writing melodies that take a strong and gifted singer to deliver the songs’ performance.

I think Xenia is proudest of her degrees in Latin and Philosophy. Scholastic achievements such as these shed light on her depth as an intellectual and exemplifies her personal commitment to work ethic. Ultimately, this is what luminates her presence as a performer.

After obtaining her college degrees, her passion for growth as a Thespian led her to an extended tenure at Lee Strasberg Acting School in New York. Xenia was also lucky enough to study under Joan Costopoulos at the Actors Studio in New York, not to mention Margie Habor, Cherry Franklin and Annie Grindley of Hollywood Actors Workshops (HAW). Her recognition at these legendary academies has given Xenia international acclaim.

We are all familiar with Xenia’s famous modeling career which led to endorsements for Triumph Lingerie, Douglas Perfume Store in Europe, Manhattan Cosmetics (oh, those eyes and lips!) and fashion. For years Xenia and Angelina Jolie have been confused as sisters, which has accidentally helped both careers. Xenia has graced the covers of FHM Magazine, U.S. Maxim and TV Guide.

Television seemed to be the next natural step for our superstar. This would include two international series for TV. The first she played the captivating role of “Xev Bellringer” in the critically acclaimed “LEXX” Sci-Fi TV series, now in syndication in over 17 countries. Her second series (Canada, US) was “Total Recall 2070.” Both of these shows helped pave the way for Xenia to gain the honor of host to shows like “Pop Rocky TV” and the popular TV series “Cult.”

Role after role keeps coming to Xenia for work on the silver screen. Her influences in film have helped develop a unique creative edge in her delivery of performances. Male and Female Actors such as Al Pacino and Johnny Depp, Nicole Kidman and Jodi Foster, Brad Pitt and William DeFoe, Kate Blanchet and Julia Roberts, Mel Gibson and Harrison Ford, Tom Hanks and John Goodman, Rene Russo and Judy Dench, John Torturro, Jean Reno, Jennifer Aniston, Tom Cruise, Renee Zellweger, Sandra Bullock, Sigourney Weaver, Penelope Cruz, Selma Hayete, Meg Ryan, Charlise Theron, Viggo Mortensen, Betty Davis, Greta Garbo and of course, Marlene Dietrich have all played in the creation of many of Xenia’s characters. Her performances in “Knockin on Heaven’s Door,” “Down Load a Demon,” and her part as “Clarice” in “Beyond the Limits” led her to today’s films of acclaimed notoriety. Xenia’s role in “Talking Feet” directed by Jean Marie Van Blome and her startling performance in director Nick Lyon’s “Hilda Humphrey” re-titled “Hell Child” has stretched Xenia’s acting talents to new heights.

Much excitement has been anticipated about her new feature film “The Clown.” This happens to also co-star “Sven Martinek” (who has also acquired the distinguished and privileged distinction of being Xenia’s husband). Sven, a huge superstar in Germany, definitely has the leading-man star-type quality of presence and good looks. He has his own style of James Bond type mystique and character. Critics have said Sven is to become the new Jean Claude Van Damn. To see the two of them together in public, cameras get confused on who to photograph first! That much beauty shouldn’t be in one snapshot!

Sven was present during Xenia’s recent recording sessions with The Vertikals in Laguna Beach, California. He found The Vertikals’ writing and producing process fascinating. “They totally go by feel and what sounds cool -- not necessarily what is classically correct - These guys are wildly fantastic! Sort of like the way Fellinni does film but they do it in music! I’m a total fan!”

Xenia has many musical artists to thank for her warm, captivating style of singing. Music from the past and present always bring a smile to her face. Just mention The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Oasis, The Moody Blues, Prince, The Cranberries, The Mama’s and the Papa’s, Aretha Franklin, Ella Fitzgerald, Melisa Ethridge, Bob Dylan, Elton John, Blur, The Doors, Jim Morrison, Blink 182, U2, Cold Play, The Clash, White Stripes, Radio Head, Depeche Mode, Kraft Werk, Dr. Dre, Lenny Kravitz, Justin Timberlake, Outkast, Christina Aguilara, Fleetwood Mac, ELO, Dolly Parton, Quincey Jones, Air, Mike Olefield, Cesaria Evora, Vangelis, George Michael, Portishead, The Beach Boys, Jan and Dean, Papa Doo Run Run, The Turtles, Adrian Baker, and of course, The Vertikals (we certainly can’t forget them!).

The music Xenia and The Vertikals are creating right now should soon prove to be a very unique and pleasant listening experience. The new CD is said to be stellar! Stay tuned for new and upcoming details.
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Xenia and The Vertikals Rock Dana Point’s Beach House


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A Southern California rock-n-roll earthquake rolled its way into Dana Point Harbor, California. The Vertikals were performing a summer beach concert at the historical Beach House. The standing-room-only crowd was whipped into a frenzy when The Vertikals pulled Xenia Seeberg on stage during the show. The crowd quickly came to its feet, as Xenia joined in on some Vertikals originals and really brought down the house by joining them in a Beach Boy medley that seemed to be tailor-made for her. Xenia’s twist in singing the line “I wish WE could all be California Girls” had the entire audience embracing her as their own. New songs by Xenia and The Vertikals will be available on I-tunes Spring 2010.


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Northern California Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame


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Vertikal member James Armstrong (Jimmy D) was honored this last September with his former band mates from Papa Doo Run Run in the Northern California Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame / San Jose Rocks. The teen idol group from the 1970’s was produced by Bruce Johnston of the Beach Boys and scored a huge hit with “Be True to your School” on RCA records. TV shows galore and movie guest spots filled their schedule, between recordings and nation-wide tours. This put Papa in a class all their own in the Hall of Fame.


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Vertikals Re-Unite with Brian Wilson


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It couldn’t have been a better 4th of July celebration when old friends Jim Armstrong and Brian Wilson re-united back stage at Brian’s concert in Las Vegas. Brian invited his old buddy to come see his show (which was a phenomenal performance by Brian and his band). However, the surprise concert happened back stage after the show. Brian, Jim Armstrong and Jeff Foskett gathered around an electric piano and blew through 25 minutes of rock classics. Jeff had vocals on Buddy Holly’s “Rave On” and “Rockin’ w/Ollie Vee.” Brian singing “Be My Baby” and “Da Doo Ron Ron” (Foskett and Armstrong on backing vocals). Jim and Brian duet on Don and Juan’s classic “What’s Your Name” and Armstrong tearing it up with “Jail House Rock” and Dion’s classic “Ruby Baby” (Brian’s favorite vocal of Armstrong’s). The crowd of people backstage were blown away with Brian’s impromptu performance. They had never seen Brian play with such happiness and reverie. At one point, Brian stood up and asked “Hey, is this a hit sound? Should we make a recording together?” The crowd went crazy with approval…. Another great rock-n-roll moment backstage, lost without a video camera.


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Vertikals Jam at John Stamos’ Beach Bash
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James Armstrong & John Stamos
   
John Stamos, Mike Love (Beach Boys), James Armstrong and more...

Most recently, Forty years of friendships reunited Sunday, March 19th, as The Vertikals waxed up their surfboards and safaried out to Beach Bash BBQ hosted by old friend and buddy, John Stamos. Stamos, a member of the Beach Gang Clubhouse since the early ‘80’s, transformed his Beverley Hills Estate to the largest Beach Party Jam Session that Beverley Hills has seen in some time.

Celebrities galore were in attendance to also celebrate Beach Boy Mike Love’s 65th birthday. Barb-B-Que fun and good times were the order of the day, climaxing with the world’s largest jam session inspired and conducted by Stamos himself. “This was a chance to get all my musical heroes on stage together at one time. I have wanted to do this for over 20 years.” The line-up included music legends Mike Love and Bruce Johnston of The Beach Boys; Gerry Beckley and Dewey Bunnell of America; John and Bob Cowsill; Doug Fieger of The Knack; Jeffery Foskett and Billy Hinche of Brian Wilson’s Band; The Vertikals; The Original Papa Doo Run Run; plus new and old members of The Beach Boy and Jan and Dean Bands.

The 200 people in attendance quotes the unanimous comment “WOW! These guys sound great!” The songlist was filled with Beach Boy classics “Little Deuce Coupe,” “KoKoMo,” “I Get Around,” and “Surfin’ USA.” These were intertwined with hits like “Ventura Highway” and “Sister Golden Hair” (America) and a resounding all-star cast versions of “Hair” (Cowsills) and “My Sharona” (The Knack). The party highlight had to be the acoustical version of “Good Vibrations” with everyone on stage singing and intricate record harmony part. Surely, this will be included on a Beach Bash Live Party Album to be boot-legged on the Internet for certain! Parting words of everyone were “LET’S DO THIS EVERY YEAR!” A great way to kick off Summer!


Memorial tribute to Surf Rock Legend Jan Berry of Jan and Dean.
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The Vertikals were invited to attend the live memorial tribute to Surf Rock Legend Jan Berry of Jan and Dean. His sorrowful and untimely passing was shocking to the rock-n-roll world. People at the memorial who knew Jan were using words like “numb” and “empty” to express their feelings now that he’s gone. The good news is, rather than a mournful funeral service (which Jan hated) a “Celebration of Life” Rock Party send-off was held at Lou Adler’s famous Roxy Theater in Hollywood on April 18, 2004. Jan’s family and Dean were surrounded by friends and fans alike for a 5-hour party and musical tribute. After a few short memorial speeches by Rock Journalist and DJ Jim Pewter and TV Host Lloyd Thaxton, The Vertikals joined on stage old and new members of Jan and Dean, Beach Boys, Astronauts and Chantay’s bands. The original Papa Doo Run Run re-united to perform with Dean on stage and was supported by old friend Jeff “Skunk” Baxter (Steely Dan, Doobie Brothers) for an all-out Star jam session. Backing vocals were cheerfully provided by The Honey’s, a favorite 60’s girl group who re-united just for the occasion. Other notables on hand at the event were Nancy Sinatra and Actor Bo Sevenson. The tribute made everybody’s hearts full of Spring and endless Summers, reminding us of a time when Life was not so complicated. The Vertikals (Alquist and Armstrong) will always treasure the moment. Scroll down (on right) for pictures and highlights). Click here to see Larger Pictures

Since releasing their first CD “Skyward” in 2002, The Vertikals have been admired for their versatility and range in songwriting. Having a career so strongly influenced by The Beatles, Beach Boys, ELO, Cheap Trick, The Who, The Kinks and The Rolling Stones has certainly lent energy and reverie to Vertikals songs. However, according to The Vertikals, the key was being able to work directly with Rock’s royalty, like Jan and Dean, the Beach Boys and The Turtles over the years. This has helped mold The Vertikals into craftsmen at songwriting, arranging and producing.

Notably, their island-flavored reggae remake of “Barbara Ann” was featured on the Dean Torrence Anthology CD (released by Varese Sarabande). This track has been a top pick from CD buyers at Amazon.com and VH1.com. In fact, there has been so much buzz about The Verticals’ “Barbara Ann” track that rock journalist “Mr. Music” Jerry Osbourne had to step in and clarify how many versions of “Barbara Ann” Dean has actually sung on. Web reviews by Scott Homewood and Swivelstick praised The Vertikals’ “Barbara Ann” as one of Dean’s best, all-time tracks.

Xenia Seeberg, star of the Lexx Sci-Fi TV series, has been keeping The Vertikals songwriting duties in full swing. The release of “Send Him My Love” penned by The Vertikals was a constant audience request when Xenia did a series of radio and TV talk shows in Germany. Singing the song on TV let her fans know she’s a lot more than a great film actress. You can add soaring vocalist to her resume. Interviews by Anne Carlini, the Sad-Geezer and FHM Magazine focusing on Xenia’s music with The Vertikals hasn’t hurt either. This has given Xenia and The Vertikals a chance to acknowledge their influences like Dion & Belmonts, The Flamingos, Dick Dale, Ronnie Spector, Darlene Love, Supremes, Byrds, Donovan, The Temptations, The Spinners, Smokey Robinson, James Brown, Aretha Franklin, Bob Dylan, Frank Zappa, Simon & Garfunkel, Paul Revere and the Raiders, Lovin Spoonful, The Monkees, Beau Brummels, Moby Grape, The Grateful Dead, Syd Barret, Pink Floyd, Sons of Champlin, The Doors, Little River Band, Duran Duran, The Grass Roots, The Eagles, Al Green, The Stylistics, The Raspberries, Sly and the Family Stone, Boz Scaggs, Steve Miller, The Guess Who, Abba, Alice Cooper, The Cars, Blondi, Elvis Costello, Dave Edmonds, INXS, U-2, Robben Ford, Eric Clapton, Cream, Jimmy Page, Led Zeppelin, The Police, Aerosmith, Chicago, Tower of Power, Marshall Crenshaw, Dudley Moore, Peter Cook, Bill Champlin, and of course, Sandy Koufax. Yeah, that’s right, Sandy Koufax!

They also want to take time to thank friends like Dick Clark, David Chow, Jay Bernstein, Flo & Eddie, B.J. Thomas, Mary Wilson, Rob Grill, Tommy James, Johnny Rivers, Eric Burdon, Martin Gertzawitz, Jeff “Skunk” Baxter, Frankie Avalon, Ron Bushy, The Iron Butterfly, Lou Christie, Glen Campbell, Mike Love, Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson, Dennis Wilson, Bruce Johnston, Adrian Baker, Mike Kowolski, Al Jardine, Matt Jardine, John Stamos (Stame-ALou and all the Alou Brothers), Mike Roe, The Lost Dogs, Jan Berry, Dean Torrence, Paul Freeman, John Vestman, Steve Briggs, Phoenix Henderson, Coliday Photo/Media, Pix & Dubs, LEXX-NET.RU, Rodney Bingenheimer, and Dr. Fred Bell who have been great supporters.

Much anticipation has been generated about Xenia’s new recordings written by The Vertikals. The first song is a mysterious and ethereal techno-dance track entitled “Lonely People”. The song gives the feeling of spirits from the past and present patrolling the dark and empty streets of all lonely cities in the world, giving hope, strength and love to all who are weak and in need. The second track is a driving funk-hop song called “Tryin’ To Get Over You”. The song title speaks for itself. Both songs push Xenia’s vocal talents to new heights. Once again, lyrically The Vertikals seem to have written poetic magic.

Following the lead of established artists like Elton John, David Bowie, Peter Gabriel and others, you may be able to purchase Xenia’s new tracks before her full CD comes out. Very soon, you can download the songs from Xenia’s new right here. Click here to go to on-line store.This will be a new way to stay current with Xenia’s music career as it progresses.

Finally, much has been written about the actual “sound” that comes across in Vertikals music. Alquist and Armstrong credit rock-n-roll’s founding fathers as dominant influences. In their music, you hear the fire cracking spirit of Elvis Presley, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis and Roy Orbison. This definitely provides the “jumpin beans” to the back beat of their musical tracks. Warm vocal overtones like The Zombies, Crosby Stills Nash and Young, The Hollies, The Animals, The Yardbirds, Lou Christie, The Bee Gees, Badfinger, and The Everly Brothers can be listed as elements in their singing style. The flavor of the overall sound production from The Vertikals has always had ingredients of Phil Spector, George Martin, Jeff Lynn, Mutt Lange, Terry Melcher, Bruce Johnston, Mike Chapman, Nile Rogers, Ted Templeman and of course, (best friend and buddy) the legendary Brian Wilson! Add these influences up and you have an atom bomb of Vertikals sound!! Read here for more interesting Vertikals history.


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The "Vertikals" are songwriters Jim Alquist and James Armstrong. Undoubtedly two of the luckiest guys in the world. Most Musician songwriters struggle with years of disappointment before earning an inch of recognition in the entertainment industry. Since these guys were teenagers they have had direct musical association with gold and platinum recording artists such as "Jan and Dean", "The Beach Boys", and "The Turtles" ( to name a few ).

I must point out "The Vertikals" are not writers of nostalgic music, this is definitely New Music. However, through my own personal introduction I do know Armstrong spent over 6 ½ years buddied-up with Brian Wilson (part of a chosen few). Through that friendship he acquired arrangement and production techniques that remind us so much of "Good Time Music" from great days gone by. With today's troubled world "Vertikals" music seems to be it's own island oasis.

I mean why not record a song that actually puts a smile on your face? Kinda like I did so many years ago. Pretty simple idea, huh?

I hope you dig their music as much as I do!!

Stay cool and keep on surfin',

Dean O. Torrence


Vertikals Jam at John Stamos’ Beach Bash

Left to Right:James Armstrong & John Stamos

Left to Right:James Armstrong & John Stamos

Left to Right: Dewey Bunnell, Jeff Foskett, Bruce Johnston, Mike Love, John Stamos (w/Mike Love’s birthday cake), Gerry Beckley

Left to Right: Jeff Foskett, John Stamos, Mike Love, James Armstrong, Adrian Baker

Left to Right: John Stamos, Mike Love, James Armstrong, Adrian Baker

Left to Right: Jim Rush, Mike Love, John Cowsill, James Armstrong, Adrian Baker

Left to Right: Jeff Foskett, John Stamos, Mike Love, John Cowsill, James Armstrong, Adrian Baker

Left to Right: Mike Love, James Armstrong, Adrian Baker

Left to Right: Mike Love, James Armstrong, Adrian Baker

Left to Right:The Gang!



Memorial tribute to Surf Rock Legend Jan Berry of Jan and Dean.

Left to Right: Chris Farmer, Randell Kirsch, Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, James Armstrong, Dean Torrence

Left to Right: Randell Kirsch, James Armstrong, Dave Logeman, Don Zirilli, Dean Torrence, Jimi-Jo Rush, John Cowsill

Left to Right:The Original Papa Doo Run Run with Dean, Don Zirilli, Jimmy D, Dean, Krazy Jim, Jimi-Jo, Lil' Markie Ward

Left to Right: All-Star Jam John Zambetti (Malibooz), Sterling Smith (Beach Boys), Jimmy D (Jan and Dean & The Turtles), Jeff "Skunk" Baxter (Steely Dan, Doobie Brothers), Dean, Paul Johnson (Chantay's), Paul Freeman (record producer Kenny Loggins)

 



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