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Shamarie Claiborne: Adair just gave best performance ever!

Update from Indy: From the Bands of America competition, at Lucas Oil Stadium, 500 S Capitol, Indianapolis, IN. Call at 7:46amCT, Saturday, November 16, 2013.

By Shamarie Claiborne

The ADAIR Band just totally and completely threw down the best performance they've done this whole year! The rockin'est ever! I cried the whole time. When they do that well in performance the placement, which we'll know today at five, really doesn't matter. - Shamarie Claiborne



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From Bands of America 2013: ADAIR Pit and Pit Dads



2013-11-16 - 500 S Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, IN - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne. A photo of our ADAIR Pit and Pit Dad's Taken at the Bands of America Competition in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, where, at 6:45amCT/7:45amET, Adair just gave the rockin'est performance ever. Placement doesn't count when they do this good, but we will know at 5pm. - Shamarie Claiborne
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