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“DRAWN TO THE MUSIC - CWN Staff Stallings residents came out to their Municipal Park May 15, for the first annual Music and Arts Festival. Estimates placed the crowd at over 100 people, who showed up despite the heat and humidity. “We had a blast playing this past Saturday,” said Indian Trail town councilman and drummer Jeff Goodall, whose band Outta the Blue performed for the crowd. “Stallings deserves a lot of kudos for their wonderful park. It was apparent those that braved the heat still had a wonderful time with the many exhibitors and just listening to the music.” ”
“OUTTA THE BLUE (AND INTO THE LIMELIGHT) UNION COUNTY'S HOTTEST ROCK BAND -Indian Trail group builds a fan base, one concert at a time - July 16, 2010, People just kept pouring into Tumbleweeds Bar & Grille June 26. The Monroe bar off West Roosevelt Boulevard, a longtime venue for local music, was playing host to a group that by now ranks as the elder statesmen of Union County music, in both age and experience. Still, Outta the Blue members were surprised by the response and the dedication fans showed. “Saturday night was the largest crowd I’ve seen yet at Tumbleweeds”
“BIKERS GO ‘BLUE’ IN MONROE - Monroe bar Tumbleweeds was the site for the annual Bikers Ball July 17, featuring local band Outta the Blue. Crowds turned out for the concert despite looming clouds, which later turned into a storm around midnight.”