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Uncle Sam is the story of musicians from Ole Miss in 1970 that formed a rock band. They traveled the Southeast playing proms, socials, and fraternity parties. The music they played was not original, but covers of Top 40 hits and traditional party songs like Hey Baby, With This Ring and I've Been Hurt. The band traveled across the southeast to a different party every weekend; LSU in Baton Rouge, UA in Fayetteville, MSU in Starkville, University of the South in Suwannee, Vanderbilt and UT in Knoxville, Memphis State in Memphis, UA in Tuscaloosa, Mobile, Kosciousko, Mendenhall, Jackson, Ole Miss of course, and other places too numerous to name in an old school bus painted blue with "Uncle Sam" in red and white on the side. This is a collection of remembrances of stories and adventures and hardships set within the social and economic contexts of the early 70's and how band members grew up together in one of the most unusual ways imaginable.
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