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The Fabulous Bagasse Boyz Return to Calmes House Concerts

The Fabulous Bagasse BoyzAn intimate evening of music with The Fabulous Bagasse Boyz . . . sounds heavenly doesn’t it. Well your dreams have come true due to the diligent efforts of Robert and Dianne Calmes. They have developed the Calmes House Concerts and it is the perfect way to listen to music. They have had many talented acts from the area such as Smithfield Fair and The Fugitive Poets and touring acts like Ben Bedford and Brother Sun. The Fabulous Bagasse Boyz had the honor of being the first performers to do the Calmes House Concerts and amazingly enough, they kept it up after that and got better and better.

Van Glynn Joins The Fabulous Bagasse Boyz

The Fabulous Bagasse BoyzLouisana's The Fabulous Bagasse Boyz have announced that Van Glynn will be replacing Anthony Rushing in the band. The band says, "hile you might have thought that we’d eventually fade into the night like a bad dream, we’re back and terrorizing your nightmares again. Just like clowns, nuns and cliffs, we’re just on the edge of your consciousness and ready to dig right into your emotional psyche and keep you wide eyed and nervous at 2:00 AM. Anyway, big news on the Bagasse front. Anthony Rushing finally came to his senses after his reputation was completely ruined and threw in the towel. Between grad school, teaching full time, working part-time and being married, somehow The Boyz didn’t make the cut time-wise. Go figure. Also, there goes our chick magnet. Anyway, we’ll be featuring the amazing fiddle prowess of Van Glynn of Mandeville, LA."

The Fabulous Bagasse Boyz put Folgers in their Cup

The Fabulous Bagasse BoyzOnce upon a time, many years ago in the early 1950's, in four very divergent parts of the country, four lovely young ladies each gave birth to a bouncing baby boy. These mothers were filled with joy and hope for the future for their young offspring. But in 2002, these mothers' hopes were dashed when the grown boyz converged together to form an alliance. There was much consternation from all corners as this axis of goobers became The Fabulous Bagasse Boyz. Hans "Fritz" Mayers on banjo and mandolin, Willi Sager on bass, Anthony Rushing on fiddle and Rex Hall on guitar came together with the sole purpose of humiliating the musical world with their slip-shod musicianship and annoying arrangements. This was their destiny.

The Fabulous Bagasse Boyz Release New Video

The Fabulous Bagasse BoyzThe moment that you all have been dreading is finally nigh...proof that the end times are near...the Mayans were right, it's this year...much to the consternation of all that is right and righteous...so much for truth, justice and the American way...The Fabulous Bagasse Boyz video has finally burst forth from the depths of mediocrity!!!! "It Took A Woman Like You To Make A Man Outta Me" is on the Internet and available for viewing by going to www.bagasseboyz.com and clicking on the "Video" tab (stop the default audio first).

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