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Dew Drop Jamboree



The folks at The Dewdrop Jamboree recently kicked off their 2018 season with one of the best shows they’ve ever had! The Rocky Top Revue dancers got the show off with a bang (or a click).

 

Later, newcomers Buddy Baker and Ramona Diane took the stage with solid performances. Steve Hall, Julie Richardson, Bobby Howard, and The Good Dog also turned in some fantastic

performances. Sweet Lucy was in top form and looked great in their beautiful red outfits. The Dewdrops and The Dewdrop Girls were hotter than a firecracker, and did a wonderful job backing
Larry Martin and L.B.Ferrell. Finally came the Martin Family Circus, a truly talented family, who always pleases the crowd.

Mark your calendars for the next show on May 5th @ 6pm at Patterson Park’s Washington Theater!

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