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BIDA Caller Booking History

December 23rd, 2015
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I just collected some numbers on who's called at BIDA over the years:
Sue Rosen 9
Adina Gordon 8
Lisa Greenleaf 8
Linda Leslie 7
Nils Fredland 7
Dave Eisenstadter 6
Mary Wesley 6
Chris Weiler 5
Luke Donforth 5
Daniel Friedman 4
George Marshall 4
Rachel Shapiro 4
Ron Blechner 4
Will Mentor 4
Marcie Van Cleave 3
Quena Crain 3
Sarah VN 3
Tony Parkes 3
Andy Shore 2
Anna Rain 2
Chrissy Fowler 2
Dan Pearl 2
David Millstone 2
Dereck Kalish 2
Dugan Murphy 2
Jack Mitchell 2
Kim Roberts 2
Kristin Siebert 2
Rebecca Lay 2
Steve Z-A 1
Alex Cumming 1
Amy Cann 1
Andrew Stout 1
Angela DeCarlis 1
Ben Sachs-Hamilton 1
Bill Olson 1
Bob Dalsemer 1
Bob Golder 1
Brad Foster 1
Chris Ricciotti 1
David Kaynor 1
Gaye Fifer 1
Hannah Naiman 1
Jeff Kaufman 1
Jim Fownes 1
Maia McCormick 1
Marguerite Durant 1
Michael Hamilton 1
Nikki Herbst 1
Peter Johnson 1
Richard Fischer 1
Rick Mohr 1
Scott Higgs 1
Susan Kevra 1
Tavi Merrill 1

(This includes people who are currently booked but their dance hasn't happened yet. I put this together when trying to figure out who I should be thinking about booking in the next cycle.)

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