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In the early 1970's, 10 students at Ole Miss decided fame and fortune awaited them. They formed a horn band, named it Uncle Sam, bought a used school bus, painted it blue and worked up four hours of music. They played covers of BS&T, Chicago, Sly and the Family Stone and other hits of the time. Their weekend tours carried them across the southeast and, while they may not have made the big time, they did put themselves through college and formed friendships that have stood the test of time.
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Jim Arnold spent 39 years in public education as a band director, high school Principal and school superintendent. He helped put himself through college playing in Uncle Sam, and still attends group reunions. Dr. Arnold has 2 degrees from Ole Miss and an Ed.D from the University of Alabama, He currently lives in Ellerslie GA and writes on educational issues at drjamesarnold.com and spends time playing with grandchildren.
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