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The Woofers

Mose (keyboard & harmonica), Wallace (bass fiddle), and Alison (vocals and Jew’s harp) were exhausted after a long December of  successful  gigs.  Wallace had kept a journal, with song lists for each show, how each venue smelled, and jotted down remarks about various incidents that had occurred when the band was playing.
The incident they all remembered the best, and often barked and laughed about afterwards, took place on New Year’s Saturday at the Bad Kat Cafe in Austin, Texas.  A dapper rooster and his date, a skinny pink flamingo, who had  both imbibed way too many Tequila Sunrises, grabbed Alison’s mike, and crooned out a surprisingly hot version of ‘Daddy, I want a Brand New Car, Diamond Rings and Caviar.’  A close second was the night in Kansas City when a wild crowd of  Warthogs took over the dance floor.
The Woofers will now have to return to the kennel until May, when the spring dance season will begin.

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