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Seldom Scene at the White House

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by KenH, Jul 29, 2008.

  1. KenH

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    Seldom Scene at the White House
    Posted By Richard Thompson On 29th July 2008
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    The last time the Seldom Scene were invited to entertain people at The White House, rain prevented them from singing even one song. Well, when they got the opportunity to take a return engagement, the weather was a lot more pleasant and they were treated as special guests.

    The majority of the guests at The White House special dinner last Monday (July 21) were members of the 2008 United States Olympic and Para-Olympic teams. Athletes such as Allyson Felix, Lauryn Williams, Sanya Richards, Bernard Lagat, Tyson Gay, Adam Nelson, Bryan Clay and Jeremy Wariner; and swimmers Michael Phelps, Larsen Jensen, Brendan Hansen, Natalie Coughlin, Katie Hoff, Christine Magnuson were given a fitting send off prior to the competitions next month in Beijing, China.

    There were Ambassadors and other dignitaries also, alongside George W Bush and his wife, Laura. The President sat right up front, listening intently, perhaps thinking about the ole home place…?

    - rest at www.thebluegrassblog.com/seldom-scene-at-the-white-house-2
     
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    Seldom Scene were in Butte, Montana for the National Folk Festival, just 3 weeks ago, and we watched 3 out of their 4 sets. They still sound fantastic, and Lou Reid has proven himself worthy to replace the late John Duffey.
     
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