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Wednesday, October 28, 2015
HometownSound and The RedHots band members, from left, Greg Beck, drums; Dale Strahan, rhythm guitar; Jack Reed, lead guitar; Jim Craig, trombone and percussion; and Rocky Mills, trumpet and banjo, accompany a performer during one of 24 performances at The Show last week. The event featured 26 local performers and Cassville High School's show choir, directed by Mary Richmiller. Many of the band members have been performing in the group for over 20 years, and give the proceeds for the performance to the Cassville Chamber of Commerce. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com

HometownSound and The RedHots band members, from left, Greg Beck, drums; Dale Strahan, rhythm guitar; Jack Reed, lead guitar; Jim Craig, trombone and percussion; and Rocky Mills, trumpet and banjo, accompany a performer during one of 24 performances at The Show last week.

Phillip Roller sings "Amarillo By Morning," backed up by HometownSound and The RedHots at Thursday's The Show at the FEMA Event Center. The Show was held as part of Cassville's fall festival celebration, in conjunction with the Chili and Salsa Cook-off on Saturday. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com
From left, Cassidy Larson, Jeremy Hilburn, Jeremiah Hilburn, Kristin Stettnisch and Sarah Roper sing "Come Thou Fount Come Thou King" at the FEMA Event Center Thursday night during one of three The Show performances, which featured over 26 local performers, including a mixture of students, school staff and business owners. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com
From left, Kylie Wolf, Shelby Jo Taylor and Ryann Stewart belt out a jazzy, upbeat rendition of "Dancing in the Street" at The Show performance Thursday evening at the FEMA Event Center, while HometownSound band members Jim Craig, on trombone, and Rocky Mills, on trumpet, added brass to the song. Ticket sales from the performances benefit the Cassville Chamber of Commerce. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com
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