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George W. Bush Impersonator

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Every American wants to ride on Air Force One, but few have the opportunity. Since 2003, actor/comedian/musician and inspirational speaker - John C. Morgan has been on that ride with his uncanny portrayal of the 43rd President of the United States - George W. Bush. And, he takes his audiences with him.
Capturing audiences and critics alike with his innovative style and riveting stage presence, Chris Isaak began his rise to stardom by remaking Roy Orbison's classics Crying, Oh, Pretty Woman, and In Dreams. He later shot to the top of the charts with his hit single Wicked Game. His timeless music and unforgettable stage presence make him a great act for corporate events.
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For over 20 years, Sawyer Brown has set the pace for country music and continues to go the distance with fresh, fun, and relevant songs that challenge themselves as musicians while creating personal experiences for their listeners.
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Singer, Songwriter, and Patriot

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Red, white, and blue through and through, Lee Greenwood delivers an unabashed, upbeat lineup of patriotic, All-American favorites.
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The Doobie Brothers are an American rock band that has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide throughout their career. The group was inducted into The Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2004.
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Legendary Party Band

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Best known for their infectious yuppie anthems in the mid-80s, Huey Lewis and the News gave voice to a generation that was both hard working and ready for fun. Comprised of Lewis, Sean Hopper, Mario Cipollina, Johnny Colla and Bill Gibson, the band soared to success with a number of pop singles. Lewis and Hopper began playing together in the early 70s as a country-rock band called Clover, who acted as the backing band for Elvis Costello's first album My Aim Is True. Clover spent some time in London, cultivating a small following, before returning to the US.
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