Monday, February 13, 2006

Dozens ask: 'Why is this man so interested in the FBO-adopted Oklahoma Panhandle?'


Stay tuned and find out why his binox are pointed toward the destination of the FBO.

5 comments:

Alan De-Mulletized said...

I would say as a charter member (i said member) that the man with binox sees all the bands that have not signed up yet for FBO yet...... Soul Shaker, Alexander Inmate, Klipspringer, The Nixons (although signed, should always be considered a failed band!)
Love Button, KPOP, there are plenty, I can supply emails and contacts if needed. No shame in it, doesn't mean we all don't make great misic, just means the world has not heard it yet. Kmon! Fuckin, Kmon! Fuckiiiiin! KKKKKKKKKMooooNah!

Bobby Reid said...

Bring on the emails.

Tyrone said...

Soul Shaker definitely wants in, but Klipspringer hasn't quit yet. Isn't quitting one of the FBO member criteria?

Failed Bands of Oklahoma said...

Klipspringer cannot be a member of FBO, but Soul Shaker - a quit, failed band -- certainly can. Let me know via personal email contacts and we'll get the ball rolling. Need some old photos and to do an interview for the public's benefit.

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Waska the Rocker said...

EXCERPT FROM MY E-MAIL TO ROB:

Sounds like fun! It’s not enough that we failed, we need to document our failure for future generations to snicker at while avoiding the obvious parallels to their own musical endeavors.

I absolutely refuse to enter the panhandle again, particularly the towns of Guymon and Hardesty, as I find their law enforcement officials to be a bit over-zealous in their pursuit of “justice”. I’ll tour as far as Woodward – perhaps even Laverne - but that’s where I draw the line.