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The Twangadours

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The Twangadours
The Twangadours return to the Blue Strawberry stage on Friday, June 24th, from 7:00 to 9:30 pm. We'll be Twangin' the Showroom with another one of our Jukebox-jam-bo-rees, this time with an emphasis on the music and classics of the '60's. Come on out and have a great time at a great venue with great people, the Blue Strawberry Showroom and Lounge! We'll see you there! Twang On!! Mary Vassar Vocals Joe McGrath Bass/Vocals Larry McMahon Guitar Joe Dreyer Keyboards/Vocals Tom Grote Drums/Vocals Local and national acts take the stage. Thoughtful menu, wines and cocktails.

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