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News : "State Line Drive" Winners Of Country Showdown
Posted by Randy on 2014/8/4 4:14:24 (566 reads) News by the same author

A group of teenagers from the Kansas City area—performing together as a band--won the local Country Showdown talent contest at the North Central Missouri Fair in Trenton.
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State Line Drive” advances to the state competition to be held in Maryville on October 11th. The first runnerup last night at the fairgrounds event was Paul Moreland of Fulton. Five entries performed two songs each before a panel of judges. A large crowd also attended the music show in the courtyard.

State Line Drive was formed when twin brothers Mason and Micah Marrs from Kansas City were joined by two other brothers, Jordan and Joel Mills of Lenexa, Kansas Joining the group was a friend, Taylor Cullen (a female singer) from Smithville.

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The young people range in age from 15 to 17. The group, using the name “band of brothers” also won Trentons' Country Showdown two years ago.

The biography of the band describes the group as playing a mix of country, pop, and 1980's rock. They've performed at a variety of community and charity events around the Kansas City area; plus fairs and festivals across the midwest.

The PAR Broadcast group, KTTN and KGOZ radio sponsored the Country Showdown.

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