It's hard to believe that the 100th West Side Nut Club Fall Festival is here. This year there are several new events on the schedule including 'Celebrity Karaoke'. Bobby was prepared to perform a solo song, but I insisted on putting an ensemble together. So, we sort of practiced one time, and our third member, Evansville Police Department's Special Projects Coordinator Taylor Merriss wasn't in on that practice.I guess the judges appreciated our efforts (You'll see that video soon) Because it earned us third place. Yes, there were more than 3 performances.
Poor Bobby...We were doing the best we could.We needed a few more performances because, well a couple of the local celebrities backed out. No one would volunteer to sing first, so Bobby G. stepped right up to the mic. I think you could've played any 90's R & B song and he could sing it without any practice.
Friends, we need this video to go viral! It's got it all - Phil Smith Dancing, Superfan jamming out down front, and Bobby spittin' those rhymes like fire!
Seeing this pic makes me think that we should've sung 'We are Family'.
*Liberty & Bobby MY 105.3, Ryan O'Brian 99.5 WKDQ, Dan Ko WSNC, Travis Sams 99.5 WKDQ, Kat Mykals 103 GBF
We really want to thank the West Side Nut Club and Tom Leggett for inviting us to this inaugural event.
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