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Topic: Axtell Contest
Message: Posted by: Ken Dumm (Aug 6, 2007 10:52PM)
Not sure how many of you participated in Steve's contest, but my son and I had a blast putting together a couple of entries for him. Check out the clips on Steve's site. I think you'll enjoy them.

Ken
Message: Posted by: Wanlu (Aug 8, 2007 10:49PM)
I wanted to join so badly but I got tied up with a lot of preparations for a major show...

Congratulations to all who participated...you are all winners :)


My favorites...The Divas...and the Big Mouths in Japan :)
Message: Posted by: Ken Dumm (Aug 24, 2007 09:51AM)
Finalist are now posted on Steve's site. Some pretty talented folks out there. Great idea Steve, I hope you do more of these contest.

Ken
Message: Posted by: Magicusa (Aug 26, 2007 08:54AM)
I didn't know about Steve's contest. My lost.
Message: Posted by: RicHeka (Aug 26, 2007 11:54PM)
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On 2007-08-06 23:52, Ken Dumm wrote:
Not sure how many of you participated in Steve's contest, but my son and I had a blast putting together a couple of entries for him. Check out the clips on Steve's site. I think you'll enjoy them.

Ken
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Hi Ken:I wish your son luck.That was quite unique with the 'classical piano playing bird puppet'. :)

In the adult category,I really like both of Steve Petruzzella's clips.[Cracked me up.]

Rich
Message: Posted by: Ken Dumm (Aug 27, 2007 12:27AM)
Thanks Rich,

He was really proud of his vent performance that didn't go on as a finalist, but he's still happy he's got one in the finals.

Lots of very funny acts. Steve Petruzzella was one of our favorites as well. Steve P even posted on Austin's you tube posting that he liked Frostbite chillin to the classics. That made Austin pretty happy to see a pro like Steve enjoying his act.

It's a great idea that Ax has, having the contest. It really was a lot of fun helping my son out. It gave him some confidence, and the taping of the act helped him get better.

I hope Steve continues these types of activities on his site.

Thanks again for the kind words. I'll pass them on to Austin.

Ken