An offbeat marching band playing brightly colored instruments, wearing elaborate hats and using a feather duster instead of a conductor’s baton helped kick off this year’s Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Marion Square on Saturday. The Seed and Feed Marching Abominable,
For a time, Drew Stauss was the lone member of the Seed & Feed Marching Abominable accordion section. This changed the day he was walking past a metalworks business office and heard accordion music coming forth. It was a tune
“I am please to extend my warmest regards to the Seed & Feed Marching Abominable band as past and present members come together to celebrate this exciting milestone. On behalf of the State of Georgia, it is a pleasure to
Roswell may never be the same again!
Doc Chey’s knew we were coming! And they didn’t lock the doors!
It’s hard to remember a time when people limited how many photos they shot due to the cost of film and developing. Then those precious photos were stored away in albums, boxes or drawers and are now lost to us.
It was spring 1991 when John first saw the Seed & Feed in action. They were outside the band room, practicing “Peter Gunn” with choreography in preparation for the Inman Park Festival. He had grown up playing traps in a
Thanks Barcelona and Pure Taqueria! Blitz 38!
Hello Lake Claire Land Trust!