Twangfest Auction Stuff (fwd)
- In case anyone here hasn't seen this yet...
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Date: Thursday, May 30, 2002 8:00 PM +0000
From: arsenault_marie <nashlist@...>
> I listed some stuff (for those of you too lazy to look <g>). If you---------- End Forwarded Message ----------
> want to help Twangfest out, feel free to post this to whatever other
> music loving lists you're on. Thanks to Barry, it's been posted on
> Guitartown & NoDep. And Amy's already posted to Postcard, but I'm
> sure they could use a reminder. <g>
> For those of you who feel bad about missing Twangfest this year and
> those of you who don't really feel bad about it at all but feel
> guilty 'coz you think you should feel bad since you're friends work
> so hard putting this together, you can ease your guilt & help out the
> little festival that could by bidding high and bidding often on this
> auction. <many g thingys>
> Matt, John, and Amy worked their asses off to put this thing together
> this year.
> *Rare, out-of-print, promotional, or live music from The
> Starkweathers, Tift Merritt, Scott Miller, Lonesome Bob, Ryan Adams,
> Kasey Chambers, Lucinda Williams. Richard Buckner, Grant Lee
> Phillips, Neko Case
> *12 issues of No Depression from '95 - '97 (many are out of print).
> Excellent condition.
> *Autographed items from Ricky Skaggs, Scott Miller, Tift Merritt
> *Advance copy of Kev Russell's (of the Gourds) Junker, "Buttermilk
> and Rifles."
> *Drive By Truckers' Bourbon, Scott Miller swizzle sticks, Alejandro
> limited edition artwork
> *Uncle Tupelo's first three albums on vinyl. Includes two-LP set of
> Still Feel Gone and March 16-20, 1992 as well as No Depression, all
> in mint condition.
> *And Macromedia software, professional concert photographs of alt-
> country stars, barware, cds, posters, t-shirts, vintage clothes,
> country kitsch.
> Check it out for yourself at
> All proceeds from the auction go to support Twangfest, a non-profit,
> volunteer run roots music festival. All donations and bids are tax-
> deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. Twangfest is a
> registered 501c(3) nonprofit corporation.