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Hot on the heels of winning a Grand Prize in last year's John Lennon Songwriting Contest, North Carolina's favorite power pop band for kids, Big Bang Boom, is setting out on tour! As children of the '70s and '80s, with influences ranging from the Bee Gees and KISS to Bruce Springsteen, Elvis Costello, and U2, Big Bang Boom is all about what makes pop popular. Their songs mix alt rock, hip-hop, punk, and country, and have "on message" lyrics that Parenting Magazine praised as "primed for the sandbox set." A Big Bang Boom show is a party - a high impact, high energy, high volume, take-no-prisoners, "you WILL be involved" performance that gets kids (and their parental units) up and moving.
On Saturday, September 8th Jamestown Presbyterian church will be hosting a celebration day with games, food and live music. 3 bands will play beginning at 11 am with the Fusion band from Lawndale Baptist Church, the band Big Bang Boom (a "kids" band) and finally Decided will play around 1:45. Come out and enjoy the celebration day. Invite everyone you know. The event is free but some items (food especially) will be for sale.
Bio: Big Bang Boom is a pop/rock music group from Greensboro that plays parent-friendly children’s music. After 20 years touring clubs and playing parties, Chuck Folds, Steve Willard, and Eddie Walker decided to expand their horizons and play for parents who have had enough of Barney, The Wiggles, and...See Full Bio
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Q: Chuck! Sarah Wolfe, formerly of Marbles. Working for Town of Chapel Hill now, planning for our spring Egg Scramble Sat, March 23, 9:30-12. Is Big Bang Boom available? How much would you charge?
A: hey! dang! we are WAY out of town on the 23rd- can you contact me at email@example.com? i rarely check this revernnation page
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