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Local talent entertains at mystery musicale finale

April 17, 2012

(Photos by Megan Exline)

McARTHUR – Sunday’s mystery musicale concluded this year’s annual Spring Literary Arts Festival. The event was held at the Vinton County High School and focused on local groups and talent.

Performers and their acts were:

  • The singing group The Mystic Belles performed “Charade,” “Gershwin for Girls” and “Stormy Weather.”
  • David Stiffler sang “He already Knows” and “How Blessed.” He also preformed in “How Watson Learned the Trick.”
  • The dancing group Whiplash performed “Dope Crunk.” It also performed a Javanese dance in tribute to the dancer, Mata Hari, along with special guests Tom Ramage, Joe Sowers, Seth Argabright, Rodgers and Marcus Games.
  • Kimmi and Lindy Laulusa, also known as Plastic Midnight, sang “Secrets.”
  • Seth Argabright sang “Where’s The Girl?” and “The Music of the Night.” He also performed in “How Watson Learned the Trick.”
  • Rozi Rinehart performed “Rumble, Rumble, Rumble” from Casa Blanca.
  • Clint Walker played “The Third Man Theme” and “Only the Lonely.” He also played musical accompaniment for The Mystic Belles.
  • Wes Dunlap and Larry Donahoe performed with Argabright and Stiffler in “How Watson Learned the Trick.”
  • Dan and Eric Daly played “The Pink Panther” theme song. Dan also played “Long Black Veil.”
  • Rebecca Prater and Alli Purcell sang “In His Eyes” and “For Good.”
  • Carlin Hagerty performed a comedy sketch.
  • Penny Fairchild performed as the Pink Panther.

For more coverage of the weekend’s activities, visit our festival tab.

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