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Watch Blues Musician Samantha Fish Perform at the 2014 Sioux Falls JazzFest

The self-taught musician from Kansas City electrified the audience with original songs 'Go to Hell' and 'Black Wind Howlin' as well as the classic Black Sabbath song, 'War Pigs.'

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Josh Hoyer and the Shadowboxers Perform ‘Time for Love’ at the 2014 Sioux Falls Jazzfest

Josh Hoyer and The Shadowboxers from Lincoln, Nebraska brings his 9-piece soul band to the 2014 Sioux Falls Jazzfest to perform their song "Time for Love".

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Thorogood, Fish, Hoyer Light Up Yankton Trail Park on Day 2 of JazzFest in Sioux Falls

George Thorogood and the Destroyers came to Sioux Falls on their 40th anniversary tour Saturday night and helped bring, by our estimates, over 60,000 people out for night two of JazzFest in Yankton Trail Park.

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Kelly Richey Performs ‘Talk’s All Over Town’ at the 2014 Sioux Falls JazzFest

Described as “Stevie Ray Vaughan trapped in a woman’s body with Janis Joplin screaming to get out," Kelly Richey brings her hard edged blues rock to JazzFest.

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Here Come the Mummies Performs ‘Fenk Shui,’ ‘Bump’ at the 2014 Sioux Falls JazzFest

Here Come the Mummies, a Funk/R&B band best known for their live performances in which band members perform in full mummy attire, brought their own 'unique' style to the 2014 Sioux Falls JazzFest,

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Brandon Sprague Blues Band Performs at the 2014 Sioux Falls JazzFest

The Brandon Sprague Blues Band from Deadwood, SD came to Sioux Falls to take part in the 2014 JazzFest, bringing their own style and sound to the festivities

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Costlier Back-to-School Shopping This Year?

Some parents say buying back-to-school supplies this year will cost more than it did a year ago.

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Lions Club Poker Run Saturday Gives Gift of Sight

Sight is an extremely precious gift and the Sioux Empire Lions Club aims to share with as many people as possible.  

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Sioux Falls Accidents Cause Deep Wounds Brings Call for Healing Words, Actions

Wow.  What a week in Sioux Falls.  With the appropriate revelry surrounding Jazzfest relieving a little pressure, very little can block out the tragedies.  

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Alcohol Could Be Banned at 2 More City Parks in Sioux Falls

Two parks at the north end of downtown Sioux Falls could join the list of city parks where alcohol is prohibited.

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