Sideshow Romance wins Last Band Standing

Sideshow Romance wins Last Band Standing

And the Last Band Standing is…Sideshow Romance.  Thanks to all of our bands for 3 great days of music at Rivers & Spires.  Last Band Standing is brought you by Four Rivers Harley Davidson and No Egrets Tattoo.

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