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The Mojo Doyle band was
designed to be a festival band centering around Mojo
Doyle, an amazing female vocalist. Mojo currently
residing in Adrian, Michigan, has been consistently
winning singing competitions throughout the midwest for
most of her adult life. She grew up in Los Angels,
Mojo has performed for countless audiences including
churches and a wide range of public shows. She has a
driving vocal energy and stage presence that has set the
bar high for other singers in the area. She has a well
deserved reputation for being committed to the highest
level of performing, consequently the best musicians
seek to join her.
She has been blessed with an incredible vocal quality
allowing her to sing a wide genre of songs ranging from
Christian and Calypso to Country and Classic Rock and
Roll. Her passion and ability to sing such a broad range
of songs at the top level is truly a gift she enjoys
The band currently has one of
their original songs "Bad Luck Sometimes" playing on the
local country radio station and they play covers from
new country from artists like Carrie Underwood &
Gretchen Wilson to classic rock and roll from artists
like Heart to Led Zeppelin. They employ a high
energy on the stage and you can't help but keep your
feet tapping to the music. The band has won the
battle of the bands competition in Wauseon in 2011 over
11 other bands and took second in the Texaco Country
Showdown in 2011.
The band holds a closeness with
Morenci because Robb Rosebrook the rhythm guitar/second
keyboard player grew up and graduated from Morenci and
got his start playing in bands here all over the area
back in the 70's. Robb has lived in Stryker, Ohio
now for decades and has owned the Riverside Greens golf
course there for more years than he would admit. Robb
looks forward to returning to his home town and giving
Morenci the show of a life time.
Other band members are lead
guitarist Gary St. John from Stryker, Ohio. Bob
Weber from Wauseon, Ohio is their amazing drummer.
Jason Southwell from Hudson, Michigan is first
keyboardist and back up vocals. Bowen Schultz from
Defiance, Ohio rounds out the group with his stellar
bass playing and lead and back up vocals. Some
times you will see the young son of Mojo, Tre' Doyle hop
on stage and start playing his fiddle to several of the
See bands full web site with
5 - 7 p.m.
It started one night in 2003, when Genevieve
(age 18) and Madeline (age 16) of "The
Randall Sisters" performed for the first
time at a local club at the tender age of 8
and 10, right then they knew singing as
entertainers was what they wanted to do.
They began performing in public opening for
such musical entertainers as Rodney Parker
and Pete Schlegel at the Q95 Country Concert
The girls shared the honor of meeting
Charlie Daniels, at his request, during the
Harley Davidson Concert in 2006. They have
currently recorded two albums with Indian
In 2004, Genevieve was chosen to place nine
finalists from a field of 70 contestants to
be on the TV FOX network contest Dream BIG.
They both appeared, in 2007, on Grand Ole
Opry unplugged, an annual Show put on by
Defiance Country Radio, 105.7 The Bull.
In 2008, They Moved to Morenci Michigan and
also learned to play guitar. Genevieve is
known for singing her trademark yodeling
song "Cowboy's Sweetheart". She Plays Select
Shows alone. The girls have performed at
private parties, Veteran halls, fairs,
benefits, festivals and are available to
sing at your events and occasions.
Local Rapper HiZe will end the festival on
Friday evening at 11:00 p.m until Midnight on stage.
See information link below.
8-10 p.m. on stage
Who knows how long Rick
Bailey and Randy Sentle have been playing rock and roll
“I was probably 18 and he was 16,” Rick said. “We go way
The pair of Fayette musicians are together again with a
band named Sour Slam—They will be the headlining band
for Friday night from 8-10 p.m..
The band formed a couple years ago when Rick returned
from Florida. He played in bands while he was in the
south, and some of the current members of Sour Slam
played together in northwest Ohio during his absence.
Rick plays drums with the band and Randy takes rhythm
and lead guitar. Another Fayette resident, Matt Carnicom,
is the group’s vocalist. Dave Perez of Stryker handles
the bass and Dan from Archbold has the lead guitar.
The classic rock band has plays most every weekend in
the area, including at Melody’s, Anchor Bay, Waldron,
Stryker and Defiance.
The group has proven to be very popular to the local
5 - 7 p.m. on stage Friday
BORDER TOWN BAND
Border Town Band is know
for being "followers of Jesus'' playing "child friendly
music" and Venues. The band Love's too Rock out to
Classic Rock of the 60's- 90's. including country, blues, and
gospel tunes. The band is proud to provide Pure Clean Fun
for all ages.
Thompson- Bass guitar,vocalist
Scott is the leader of the band. He is a retired Michigan State
Police Trooper who has played bass for several years and
has enjoyed singing since he was a young child. Scott
enjoys providing good, clean
fun for all ages.
Dusty Lead- Multiple instruments, vocalist
Originally from Cincinnati has been playing for 16 years.
A music major in college, he plays it all from guitar,
bass, drums, sax, horns, and possibly the kitchen sink.
Dusty is always looking for a new angle to make
music and grow as a musician.
Garrow - Keyboard, vocalist
from Morenci, Michigan and has been with the band two
years. John enjoys a variety of artistic hobbies and is
the lead singer for the band. John often provides
uplifting solos at his church too. He has a passion for ice cream and
creates some lip smacking dishes as a cook at Fulton County Health
Drums and trumpet
Josh has been playing trumpet since the fifth grade and
played throughout high school. He started
playing the drums at ten because he wanted to play in the
church worship team. He took private lessons for a year and a half
and now feel like the sticks fit my hands like a glove.
Anyone who hears him play will agree he is a gifted
drummer. He enjoys playing and listening to a
variety of music including blues, funk, rock,
State Line Jazz
8:00 - 10:30 p.m. on stage Thursday
p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Thursday-Friday & Saturday
Time: Thursday 6-10 p.m.
Friday 6-10 p.m.
Saturday 1-10 p.m.
Located in far north shelter house.
Men's Softball Tournament
Both Friday and Saturday !
30th at 3 p.m.
is a game in which players try to hit other
players on the opposing team with their own
balls while avoiding being hit themselves.
The tournament is open to all women, all
men, or co-ed teams. Teams may consist of
6-8 players. Ages 13 years and older.
Rules Registration Forms Click Here to Print
- 3rd Annual Poker Run
Registration starts at Noon
Saturday June 30th. 2012 at west end of Wakefield Park
in Morenci, Michigan.
Rods and Hogs or any street legal
vehicle. Fun- Prizes - 50/50 Raffle-Trophies
$10 single/$15 couples
All paid entries draw a hand
You can ride in parade if you wish.
1st bike car out after parade.
CONTACT: BILL FOSTER for more info: 517-605-6546
Lost Nations Rodeo
Saturday night 7:00p.m.9:00p.m.
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