Displaying results 1 - 25 of 1650 for band. Subscribe to this search
The Thin Dimes, of St. Louis, were among the bands that provided live entertainment at the Amigos de Cristo Lutheran Church event. From left, are Paul Rhodes, Nick Pence, Hannah Satterwhite and Kevin Cheli.
Luis Carmona, a guitarist with Austin, Texas, band Fall II Rise, performed on Friday at the Missouri Big Ass Rock Festival south of Cole Camp. Fall II Rise, which originally hails from Puerto Rico, was the opening band of the inaugural festival, which features 26 bands from around the world.
Jose Escudero, the bassist for Austin, Texas, band Fall II Rise, performed on Friday at the Missouri Big Ass Rock Festival south of Cole Camp.
Bassist Billy Sleeper and rhythm guitarist Eric England, of Sedalia band Sweet Shot, performed on Friday at the Missouri Big Ass Rock Festival south of Cole Camp.
Bassist Billy Sleeper and lead singer Tara Schuett, of Sedalia band Sweet Shot, performed on Friday at the Missouri Big Ass Rock Festival south of Cole Camp. As the only Sedalia band at the festival, Sweet Shot was unofficially the “hometown” band.
Fall II Rise lead vocalist Betty Guerrero performs on Friday at the Big Ass Rock Festival at the Walters Ranch south of Cole Camp. The Austin, Texas, five-piece was the first band of the inaugural festival, which will continue Saturday and Sunday.
COLE CAMP — Folks came from all over the country, and from all walks of life, to the Missouri Big Ass Rock Festival with a common wish: That the event lives up to its ambitious name and becomes a must-see annual event.
(StatePoint) It’s not as easy to hide under layers of clothing during the summer. You’ll want to look your best in those shorts, t-shirts and bathing suits; as such, staying in shape is key.
Warsaw High School students competed in the State Band Competition April 25 at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Knob Noster High School recently held its music banquet and presented instrumental awards.
The Concert Band, K-Town Jazz Band, Concert Choir and Pulse Show Choir from Knob Noster High School participated in the Music In The Parks competitive music festival hosted at College of the Ozarks in conjunction with Silver Dollar City in Branson April 26-28.
Call it an invasion of the yellow rubber ducks.
The Texas Hippie Coalition will be the headlining band for the Missouri Big Ass Rock Festival. They are scheduled to appear about 8:30 p.m. Sunday.
Crystal Butler, a Benton County native who has promoted music festivals in Kansas City and Oklahoma, is putting on her biggest festival yet right in her own backyard. Or close to it, at least.
(StatePoint) Forget the old stereotypes that women need to be cutthroat and competitive to succeed. A new networking trend shows that cooperation is a great way to combat the challenges women face in business.
Two Smith-Cotton spring vocal music concerts will be at 7 p.m. Thursday. The Smith-Cotton High School show choirs will perform in the Heckart Performing Arts Center, Smith-Cotton High School, 2010 Tiger Pride Blvd. in Sedalia, and the Smith-Cotton Junior High bands and orchestra will perform in the junior high auditorium at the corner of Broadway Boulevard and Massachusetts Avenue in Sedalia. Admission is free to both shows.
The Cole Camp Chamber of Commerce will host “Cole Camp Bikes, Blues & BBQ” on Saturday in downtown Cole Camp.
Sedalia was the site of a Federal military outpost, Fort Malcolm, during the Civil War. Hundreds of Union troops were stationed in the village, moving in and out of Sedalia to engage Confederate forces. Local residents, some too old, too young, or physically unfit for service, formed a Home Guard unit to assist in defending the town and another unit, Parker’s Rangers, to fight the guerrilla bands that roamed area.
Knob Noster schools music instructor David Robinson conducts an eighth-grade band class recently at the middle school. Earlier in April the combined seventh and eighth grade bands were awarded two superior ratings at the Warsaw Middle School Music Festival.
KNOB NOSTER — After holding the instrumental music program and band director titles for the past 30 years, David Robinson had decided it’s time to pass on the baton.
Area musicians interested in getting a taste of jazz have only until Saturday to register for the third annual Bob James Jazz Festival clinic.
(NAPSI)--Wedding bands and engagement rings are more than gifts to mark an occasion; they symbolize a couples eternal love and commitment. Now, that everlasting love can also lead to more lovely jewelry. Thats because through May 21, 2013, people can share their stories of Everlasting Love online for a chance to win $11,000 Erica Courtney diamond earrings.
The first Missouri Big Ass Rock Festival is planned for May 17 through 19 at Walters Ranch, 26247 Highway B near Lincoln.