Vocal Trash at the BASH PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 17 March 2014 11:37

The band Vocal Trash hams it up for the cameras prior to their entertainment Saturday at the Chamber Bash. Vocal Trash combines uniquely recycled musical instruments, such as their “one of a kind” bass and guitars, with an industrial percussion section made up of metal trash cans, plastic barrels, water bottles and other landfill rescued items

 

For more photos of the events and the list of the evening’s award winners, see Wednesday’s LIVING PAGE. L&T photos/Elly Grimm

 

ABOVE: The group Vocal Trash uses just some of the numerous instruments that are made from trash or recycled items Saturday evening at the Chamber of Commerce Bash, which had the theme this year of “Trash at the Bash: Recycle, Reuse, Redecorate.”

LEFT: Chamber President-Elect Rhonda Crawford of First National Bank hands the plaque for this year’s Merit Award winner to John Malin Saturday evening during the banquet at the Chamber Bash.

 

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