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  • Festival Stats 2018

    October 5th, 2018
    contra, gigstats, music  [html]
    Here we are, 2018:
    Bands
    times booked band
    14 Buddy System
    10 Great Bear
    10 Toss the Possum
    7 Mean Lids
    7 Uncle Farmer
    6 Elixir
    6 Wild Asparagus
    5 Latter Day Lizards
    5 Maivish
    5 Notorious
    5 Pete's Posse
    5 Rushfest
    5 Turnip the Beet
    5 Wake up Robin
    4 Barefoot
    4 Free Raisins
    4 Nova
    4 Stringrays
    3 Cloud Ten
    3 Contraforce
    3 Eloise &co
    3 Gaslight Tinkers
    3 Genticorum
    3 Groovemongers
    3 Hotpoint Stringband
    3 Morrison Brothers
    3 Ripples
    3 Stomp Rocket
    3 Syncopaths
    2 Contra Sutra
    2 Dam Beavers
    2 Faux Paws
    2 Lift Ticket
    2 Meadowhawk
    2 Moving Violations
    2 Peregrine Road
    2 Sassafras Stomp
    2 Supertrad
    2 Tempest
    Callers
    times booked caller
    18 Will Mentor
    14 Lisa Greenleaf
    13 Seth Tepfer
    11 Sarah Van Norstrand
    10 Cis Hinkle
    10 George Marshall
    8 Gaye Fifer
    6 Adina Gordon
    6 Beth Molaro
    6 Bob Isaacs
    6 Janine Smith
    6 Steve Zakon-Anderson
    5 Alex Deis-Lauby
    5 Frannie Marr
    5 Lindsey Dono
    4 Dana Parkinson
    4 Susan Michaels
    4 Terry Doyle
    3 Bev Bernbaum
    3 Carol Ormand
    3 Diane Silver
    3 Emily Rush
    3 Nils Fredland
    3 Susan Kevra
    3 Susan Petrick
    2 Charlotte Crittenden
    2 Darlene Underwood
    2 David Millstone
    2 Deb Comly
    2 Dugan Murphy
    2 Mary Wesley
    2 Rick Mohr
    2 Sue Rosen
    2 Ted Hodapp
    2 Yoyo Zhou

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