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What about the bands?

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Dear Editor:All last week, I heard about the chili cook-off in Snowmass Village. So I went and checked it out. Did you know that Sunday (June 13) there was a Battle of the Bands?Many local bands battled it out over the week for a one-in-five spot to play on Fanny Hill. All the bands that played were excellent. Sector Seven G, Discolored Perception, Stevie Lizard and the Rumors are True, Jabudigruv (ja-bootie-groove), and A Matter of Course – the local high school band that won the Battle of the Bands in Basalt. I was very sad that there was no publicity for all the bands that made the cut and played on Fanny Hill. Where is our local team spirit? Congratulations to the winner Jabudigruv, who won a cash prize and is also playing at the Blue Door on June 26 for Jazz after Dark.Jennifer DiamondSnowmass


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