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It's November Time!Posted Monday, November 7, 2011, at 7:47 PM
It's November Time! What's going on at Boomers Roadhouse, and at the Dillo? That is short for armadillo! On Wednesday nights at the Armadillo Sound Studio you are invited to attend the Dollar Jam! It ONLY costs one dollar to get in and watch, hang out, perform, criticize and or applaud! This jam is proudly hosted by Steven Shutters and it starts at 8pm and ends not before 11 pm (but usually goes on until about midnight) we all have a fun time and hope to see you there!
Saturday November 5th hosts "Doc" Weaver at the Armadillo Sound Studio! "Doc" is an acoustic solo performer that plays songs that sound like the Eagles, Neil Young, Pure Prairie League, Don McClain. The feature show will start at 8pm with the doors open at 7:30pm. Admission is only $5 and includes a beverage (coffee, tea, soda, or bottled water) to enjoy while the performance is going on.
Saturday November 12th at 8pm Boomers Roadhouse hosts a party night! The night will be filled with dancing and fun with musical entertainment provided by the Stir Crazy band! Friends old and new will enjoy good old rock n' roll music all night long! The band features long time Nevada music veterans, Rich Murry, and Oscar Nikodim, with young gun Buck Fanning! Buck is the son of local guitar legend Jeff Fanning, whom played around the town for years! Buck also is on R and R from being overseas fighting for our country with the United States Military, and will be re-joining the band for this special occasion. The band also hosts Ed Ogle on the drums! Ed was formerly of the band the Outtakes. Rich and Oscar have played together for years previously as the Crazy Julie band. After Julie choose to spend more time with the grandchildren Rich and Oscar formed the band Stir Crazy with her blessing. They stick to their crazy roots and add several new songs to the set list as they all take turns singing!
Sunday November 13, there will be a benefit concert for Joplin at the Cottey College it will be full of great performances and fun! It will be held in the Fine Arts Center tentatively held from noon until 3pm.
Bring your Hollywood smile, Nevada style on Friday November 18th it's the Casting Call for the Experience Nevada Missouri Movie Project at Armadillo Sound Studio. Have you ever wanted to be in a movie? Now here is your chance! No acting experience needed (but of course in front of camera, public speaking, debate, or acting experience is a plus) all you have to do is show up. Form a line in front of the studio at 129 N. Main Street in downtown Nevada, Missouri. Then, one at a time each person will be able to answer a couple questions on camera! These interviews will then be posted to Youtube for the Casting Team to look at. Of course we are also taking in consideration from the general viewing audience as well, so look your best, and put on a Hollywood smile! The fist person will be interviewed at 8 PM unless more than one hundred people show up. If that is the case we will begin between 7 and 7:30 PM so make sure to arrive a little early to make sure and get your spot to in. More information will be posted on the www.ExperienceNevadaMo.com website under the tab Movie Project as things develop, and if you have a question that is not answered there you can email theDougHarper@facebook.com See you at the Armadillo Sound Studio on Friday November 18, 2011 it's going to be fun!
Saturday November 19 the Wildflowers are set to perform at the Armadillo Sound Studio featuring: Lori Divine and Friends. The event will feature old-time music, gospel, folk, and bluegrass. This will be a great event for all ages to attend. The admission is $5 and as before includes a beverage (coffee, tea, soda, or bottled water) to enjoy while the performance is going on.
"Dangerous" Doug Harper
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