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Chainsaw Kittens reuniting for Norman Music Festival


Charles Martin February 21st, 2008

Organizers with the Norman Music Festival have announced that Oklahoma native Tyson Meade will fly in from China to rejoin his former band mates for a Chainsaw Kittens reunion at the April 26 festival...

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Organizers with the Norman Music Festival have announced that Oklahoma native Tyson Meade will fly in from China to rejoin his former band mates for a Chainsaw Kittens reunion at the April 26 festival.

Dallas' psychedelic-rock choir The Polyphonic Spree was the first to sign on to this year's event, a project of the Norman Arts Council, and indie-rock favorite British Sea Power has since hopped on board. The festival will feature around two dozen bands on three blocks of Main Street in downtown Norman.

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"Many genres will be represented," said organizer Quentin Bomgardner said. "We are hoping for gobs and oodles of people."

Other slated acts include:
" The Octopus Project,
" Umbrellas,
" Colourmusic,
" Evangelicals,
" Cheyenne,
" The Starkweather Boys
" The John Arnold Band,
" Grupo Fantasma and
" Debris.

For more information, visit their site or call 360-1162. "Charles Martin

 
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