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    Rally Music?

    Let's hope that some of the acts will Rock (as in 80's or newer)!
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    Was there Rock in the 80's?
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    Well, since the name of one of the Rally Chairpersons is RocRoc, I would fully expect there would be rock music at the Rally.

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    I thought the 2 acts the last 2 days rocked pretty hard. They were more blues oriented than say, hair bands, but they sure tore it up!

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    Rally Music

    Just to let everybody know, we are already working hard on the music for the rally! There is a lot of cat herding to do before we settle on exact entertainment but rest assured there WILL be some serious rockin' goin on!!

    Stay tuned for more details!!

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    Talking Beto y Los Fairlanes

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    Quote Originally Posted by leeharrelson View Post
    Just to let everybody know, we are already working hard on the music for the rally! There is a lot of cat herding to do before we settle on exact entertainment but rest assured there WILL be some serious rockin' goin on!!

    Stay tuned for more details!!

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    Could you look into Kelley Hunt from Lawrence Kansas

    She would be great at a rally
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    Quote Originally Posted by leeharrelson View Post
    Just to let everybody know, we are already working hard on the music for the rally! There is a lot of cat herding to do before we settle on exact entertainment but rest assured there WILL be some serious rockin' goin on!!

    Stay tuned for more details!!

    Lee
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    Rock is good...as long as it has a banjo, mando and fiddle player in it!

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    Rock?

    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhway View Post
    Was there Rock in the 80's?
    Just want to make sure we don't get something like the Bristol Stomp!
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    We ride BMWs. They are heavy. They are metal. Therefore it logically follows that we all like heavy metal. Doesn't it?
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    I've enjoyed all the acts at the nationals that I have attended, but my favorite to date has been Asleep at the Wheel at the Du Quoin National.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barryg View Post
    I've enjoyed all the acts at the nationals that I have attended, but my favorite to date has been Asleep at the Wheel at the Du Quoin National.
    Ray Benson and the boys are amazing
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    Quote Originally Posted by barryg View Post
    I've enjoyed all the acts at the nationals that I have attended, but my favorite to date has been Asleep at the Wheel at the Du Quoin National.
    Wow Asleep at the Wheel, we love that Texas Swing!
    The 2010 Finger lakes rally had a great dance band on Saturday. We danced till our toes hurt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    We ride BMWs. They are heavy. They are metal. Therefore it logically follows that we all like heavy metal. Doesn't it?
    Let's rock - while we still can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    We ride BMWs. They are heavy. They are metal. Therefore it logically follows that we all like heavy metal. Doesn't it?
    Some of us old airheads see it diffferently. We like it simple and we like the real thing. We like instruments that don't run on electricity and have strings (except for the harmonica).
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