The Lincoln High School Marching Band from Sioux Falls, South Dakota is proud to present their 2010 program, "Fiesta de Verano."
The Suns of the West, a South Dakota based music group, toured throughout the upper mid west from 1969 - 1977. They served as headliners and back up band in night clubs, county fairs, concerts, and festivals during this time. This video includes music recorded live on their 1975 tour. Pictures show the performers on stage as well as back stage in order to give you a sense of what being on tour was really like. This tour was thru the states of Wisconsin, Michigan, and Illinois and included performances with Guy & Ralna Hovis, Joe Conti, Arthur Duncan, Pee Wee King, Bonnie Ferguson, Ronnie Sessions, Billy Thurnderkloud & the Chieftans, Barbi Benton, Tommy Cash, and Jerry Reed. The band was made up of two brothers, one sister and their wives and husband.
The Incredible Ides are more than just a cliche performance group. The IDES push the boundaries of their powerful sound with their experienced funky rhythm - section, their tight horn firepower and the talented vocals they throw down each time they play. Featuring the IDES Horn Section on their front line, the band is building a loyal and ever-growing following not only at the top dance spots but also at statewide music festivals, county fairs, colleges, weddings, private and corporate parties as well as many local and regional charity events in Minnesota and the surrounding area. It is well worth your effort to see why the Incredible Ides Dance and Show Band is one of the most in-demand bands in the state and why crowds at their public appearances are never disappointed but entertained and excited to return to the next Incredible Ides Performance. Also check us out at: www.theincredibleides.com
2009 Distinctive Destination | Hot Springs, South Dakota Web Promo Produced by Karla LaRive in association with Hot Springs Area Chamber of Commerce and the South Dakota Department of Tourism. Directed and edited by Christopher Crosby. Music By Martin Meyer Shot entirely on location in Hot Springs, South Dakota Southern Black Hills Region in 2009 musicseenPROductions All Rights Reserved 2009 ABOUT HOT SPRINGS, SOUTH DAKOTA: Hot Springs, less than an hour from Mt. Rushmore, is famous for its healing waters, impressive collection of pink sandstone buildings, scenic beauty and excess of natural and cultural resources. For more than a century, Hot Springs has welcomed visitors who have come to enjoy the warm-water swimming pool of Evans Plunge. The plunge and its therapeutic healing water is a cornerstone of the history of Hot Springs and it is the oldest tourist attraction in the region. At the flow rate of nearly 5000 gallons per minute, Evans Plunge never contains the same water, changing entirely every hour and a half. Today, the plunge has been updated to include an indoor water park, fitness center, hot tubs and steam rooms. Outdoor Activities: Hot Springs is the perfect gateway to the magnificent beauty of the southern Black Hills. Just south of town is the Wild Horse Sanctuary, where more than 500 wild mustangs run free across 11000 acres. This area is also renowned for Native American ceremonial sites, petroglyphs and spectacular scenery. Ten miles outside of Hot ...
In the stop-motion world of an underwater bulletin board, one jellyfish is chased by a vicious piranha and must think outside the box to survive. *** Official selection at the following film festivals! *** WINNER: OnVidi student competition ("Action" category) 2011 CutOut Fest (Queretaro, Mexico) 2011 SoDak Animation Festival (South Dakota, USA) *** Animated and Designed by: Dan Markowitz Music by: Petite Viking Sound Effects by: www.sounddogs.com www.defectivity.com