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Marching Band meets Blues Band, The Saloon

February 14, 2016

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Marching Band meets Blues Band for an impromptu memorial  service.
We played “I’ll Fly Away” and “Iko Iko”.
This was all spontaneous, unplanned, and improvised – played to a full house. Much respect to the departed person, whose name is not known to me. I hope someone will provide me more details. After the Marching Band left us, they continued down the street and I had no chance to talk to anyone as our band was still on stage to finish up our set. (Dave Bullard on sax with the Marching Band).

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