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Sugar Free satellite

A Sugar Free Allstars concert hits Sirius XM radio this weekend.

Gazette staff June 27th, 2013

Oklahoma City's acclaimed practitioners of “kindie rock,” the Sugar Free Allstars, will bring their family-friendly funk to satellite radio this weekend on SiriusXM Kids Place Live, channel 78. The hour-long show is part of the channel's Rumpus Room Concert Series.


Singer-keyboardist Chris “Boom!” Wiser and drummer Rob “Dr. Rock” Martin will perform tunes from the duo's three full-length releases: Dos Ninos, Funky Fresh and Sugar Free and last summer’s All on a Sunday Afternoon.

"During our East Coast tour back in late April/early May of this year, we stopped by the SiriusXM Kids Place Live studios in Washington, D.C., and played a live concert in front of an awesome crowd,” Wiser said. “We're very excited this show will now be airing this weekend for all our friends and fans to hear."

The concert will air four times this weekend:
• 8 p.m. Friday,
• 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Saturday, and
• 11 a.m. Sunday.

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