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Sunday In The Park - May 15, 2011
Each week Sunday In The Park kicks off with an open jam session which gives area musicians a chance to hit the stage before the featured acts begin. The unexpected is always expected at these jams.
Following the open jams the Spencer Brothers brought it with great renditions of classic old hits. The Johnny Cash song "How High's the Water Mama" was bang on considering how much rain the area has had. John and Tommy also sang some original tunes.
Songwriter/performer Angie Owens gave the audience a taste of her song writing skills with several original tunes, bringing back old favorites and introducing some new ones. She's always got a story to tell.
The last act of the day was Snap Crow Legs. They're a rock and roll band with a hint of Charlie Daniels. Mitch Hollifield's powerful vocal style steps it up a notch.
Thanks to all the musicians for the great music. Photos by Vivian Heyl and Robin Gasaway.
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Angie Owens Songwriter
Billy Beebe Blues Survivor
Gerald Hardcastle Jammin Bassman
Gregg Phillips has a nice hat too
Maddog Zif Gerald Carl Larry
Mike Zif Lovell
Nate Gastineau Greg Phillips
Randy Gambill on drums
Rick Larry Mitch
Ricky Bowen Maddog Willie Hairy Larry
Ricky Bowen and his hat
Snap Crow Legs
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