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    Bands I'd like to see in Sedalia

    It will be here before we know it, a mere 148 days from today, February 22.
    I was thinking the other day about my first MOA rally, in Vermont and what a great surprise it was to see Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen.
    It would be great to see them again in Sedalia.
    Paul Thorn was good to hear last year in Bloomsburg but after having heard him in Redmond, I would doubt that the rally music coordinators would have him back for 3 in a row.
    In advance of the announcement of the entertainment lineup, how about we post our preferences for who we'd like to see at the 40th and see who gets lucky.

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    No need to waste your keyboard strokes. The entertainment for 2012 was decided in late December/early January. Announcement coming on April 6th the 40th Anniversary of MOA.
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    Glen Miller

    I vote for Glen Miller.

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    I'd really enjoy the Kentucky Head Hunters...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacko View Post
    I vote for Glen Miller.

    Woops wrong century. Time machine needs sservice.
    Not too long ago, my high school music teacher played in his band.
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    How 'bout some early 60's R&B, Coffee Butler and the Cups.

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    To be honest, by the time the band starts, my crew and I have left the Rally, parked the bikes at the motel, and climbed into a cab to go to a bar or a club for a little night life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chasman View Post
    No need to waste your keyboard strokes. The entertainment for 2012 was decided in late December/early January. Announcement coming on April 6th the 40th Anniversary of MOA.
    Apparently, this is being over-looked?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenwald View Post
    Apparently, this is being over-looked?
    No, it's just too much fun throwing bands out there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kewlmoose View Post
    No, it's just too much fun throwing bands out there.
    Perhaps with an eye on 2013, eh?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenwald View Post
    Perhaps with an eye on 2013, eh?!
    Yeah, that would work. Just don't book Elton please.....
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    Bands I'd like to see in Sedalia

    Anybody know of any decent, local R&B bands?
    Chuck Alvarez, in Redmond, was OK in my books, but he lacked a definitive style.
    I'd like to hear some St. Louis or Chicago blues.
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    Blackberry Smoke - Good ol' Southern Rock. Check em out if you get a chance.

    I've always thought they'd be a GREAT Rally band.
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    Well I can give an awesome choice of 2 blues Pro's

    One would be Buddy Guy, one of the top 100 guitar players of all time
    and Quin Sullivan a 12 year old that plays Jimmy Hendricks like he was
    still alive. Absolutely awesome proformance by both.
    We had the Thunderbirds a couple of years ago. They play music just
    not real hard, if your not bustin strings your not playin blues hard enough.

    Your line up looks good, hats off to the band committee.
    They did an awesome job on selection.

    We had Sam Bush, He does an excellent performance also.

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