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BAND LINEUP

3:00 to 4:30 -  Syxpac

The Band says, "SyxPac is from Mclouth, ks and consists of rhythm guitarist and singer calvin haverkamp, drummer and singer ben garber, lead guitarist and keyboard player collin sanderson and Bassist Brakson Ping. WE play 1960's to 2000's rock, alternative, blues and country covers along with originals."

 

5:00 to 6:30 -  THe Uproot

The Uproot is a rock cover band in the Kansas City area playing all of your favorite songs from the 60s-present.

 

The band says: "The Uproot is based out of Kansas City, MO. The early foundations for the band were started in 2003. The Uproot was able to record material and play a few gigs here and there, but many different circumstances kept the music from ever materializing. Through lots of hard times, instability, and turmoil, they have managed to keep in touch all these years to bring back the funk. Things started back up in September 2014. Their music incorporates a variety of styles and influences to create a signature funk-rock sound, with the occasional heavier side."

7:00 to 8:30 - Hazzard County

The band says: "It all started in 2007. The original 5 piece Hazzard County disbanded, but there was still gigs on the books. We met a drummer named Danny Portell and decided to finish the gigs we had on the books. Our first show was Saddle Saloon in Centralia, Missouri. We got such a great reception and so much positive feedback that we decided to keep going. 5 years later our beloved Danny had to leave the band to dedicate more time to his family and his job. We decided to bring in Jeff Jacks to keep us in time. We have been very grateful and have the utmost respect and love for our fans and friends. We thank you all for supporting us for so long! We look forward to making more and more friends as time goes on!"

9:00 to 11:oo - Departure

The band says: "Our collective history is long and varied. A couple of us have even been in bands since the 70's; that translates to Experience! See, we were there when the classic rock hits first traveled through the airwaves."