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FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 7:00-9:00 p.m.



StampedE offers music for all ages to enjoy, including modern and classic country, classic rock, and favorites from the ’50s and ’60s.

StampedE has performed all over Central Indiana – Alexandria, Noblesville, Frankfort, Lafayette, Rochester, and Kokomo. Last April, the band played for the Howard County Sheriff’s Department’s benefit for Deputies Carl Koontz and Jason Buckley, who were shot in March while trying to serve a warrant. Deputy Koontz later died. The band says it was honored to show support for the fallen officer.

StampedE first formed in 1995, performing regularly until 2003, when one of the members moved out of state. He returned to Indiana in 2014 and reunited with two of the original members. Together, they brought StampedE back to life and today the band is stronger and better than ever.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 7:00-9:00 p.m.

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Danny Frazier was born the son of a Pentecostal preacher and raised in Texas. He and his family eventually moved to Ohio, where his father was born. Danny put his first band together in 1991 and landed the house gig at the River Saloon on Covington Landing. He was discovered there and signed with Decca Records, where he recorded a critically acclaimed album with the band, Frazier River. They had two hit videos on CMT and Billboard radio play. Danny now resides in northern Kentucky and is the father of five children. He is a full-time musician.The Danny Frazier Band plays a little bit of Blues, a little bit of Soul, and a little bit of Country. They call it “Americana Rock ’n’ Roll.”

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