News: Second-to-last Maha band showcase announced

More Maha Music Festival details have trickled out.

The news today is the lineup for the second Maha showcase (of three) that decides who plays the fest has been announced. Who will be playing the Waiting Room on June 24? So glad you asked: The Matt Cox Band, Midwest Dilemma, Honey & Darling, Tim Wildsmith, Landing On The Moon.

Who will win? That remains to be decided. This showcase appears to have bands with bigger followings than the last showcase did, so voting tallies may be a bit tighter. Frankly, I like this group of bands better than the first, but that’s me.

How does one of these bands get picked for Maha? You, the fans, should go to the free (yes, free) show. Each person gets a vote. If you have purchased your Maha tickets, you get 10 extra votes. Winner of the voting plays the little, local stage at Maha.

So, it’s in your hands. The festival is in your hands, dude. (Sorry… Watched a lot of “The Big Lebowski” over the weekend.)

In case you haven’t been following, the all-day concert’s main stage lineup is all full (SpoonThe FaintSuperchunkOld 97′sBen KwellerIt’s True), but the smaller, local stage lineup has not yet been decided.
Local groups Satchel Grande and The Mynabirds will be performing on the little stage and, as of last week, Betsy Wells.
Two spots are left to be filled. One will be at the OEAA showcase in Benson down the road and the other is decided June 24 at the Waiting Room.

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