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Saturday, May 5, 2007

We gotta get out of this place

Posted By on Sat, May 5, 2007 at 11:37 AM

I think that Animals' hit might be my pick if I somehow wound up at the Democratic Party's second karaoke night at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Rumba Revolution.

It's a benefit. And all the big dog Dems are sponsors. Release on the jump. Got some suggested tunes for Gov. Beebe, Lt. Gov. Halter, Sen. Blanche Lincoln, etc.? Here's your chance

NEWS RELEASE

It's not Woodstock but Arkansas Democrats will converge upon Little Rock for a music festival of their own -- an evening of bad karaoke singing to benefit victims of the Dumas tornados.Billed as "Good people. Good times. Good cause. Bad singing." The Second Annual Arkansas Democratic Spring Fling-n-Sing will be held on Tuesday, May 8th (8pm), Proceeds will benefit the Delta Area Community Foundation. 

Sponsors of the event include: U.S. Senator Blanche Lincoln; Representative Marion Berry; Representative Mike Ross; Governor Mike Beebe; Lt. Governor Bill Halter; Attorney General Dustin McDaniel; Secretary of State Charlie Daniels; Arkansas AFL-CIO; Arkansas Regional Council of Carpenters; Democratic Party of Arkansas ; Randy Massanelli; Young Democrats of Arkansas

More than 150 people, including candidates and elected officials attended last year's event which raised thousands of dollars for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

WHAT:
           2nd Annual Democratic Fling 'n Sing

           Proceeds to Benefit Dumas Tornado Victims

WHEN:
           Tuesday, May 8th

TIME:
             7pm (Karaoke begins at 8pm)

WHERE:
         Rumba!   Revolution

         President Clinton Avenue -- Little Rock

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