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Saturday, September 26, 2009

Mustached Americans Urged to Vote Oates



This is a friendly reminder from those nice folks at The American Moustache Institute. Have you voted for John Oates today?

http://americanmustacheinstitute.org/cs/blogs/ami_2009/archive/2009/09/25/mustached-americans-urged-to-vote-oates.aspx

AMI 2009
Mustached Americans Urged to Vote Oates
As music legend John Oates prepares to reunite with his once graceful mustache on Oct. 30 in St. Louis when he plays 'Stache Bash 2009 at the Orpheum Theater, as a result of his outstanding new album "1000 Miles of Life," he is currently a finalist in the prestigious Nashville Music Awards (NMA) which recognize outstanding contributions in all genres of music.

Oates' new record is nominated in the category of "MADE IN MUSIC CITY AWARD," which acknowledges a recording made in Nashville by a non-Nashville artist (category #13), and it is clearly the top choice for people of Mustached American descent.

The 2009 NMA winners will be announced Wednesday, October 7 at the Cannery Ballroom in Nashville. And until Sept. 30, YOU -- the 12.3 loyal readers of the American Mustache Institute blog -- can have a voice in who will will .

We ask that you "Vote Oates," while noting that to participate (VOTE HERE), you must vote for one artist in each category for your Oates vote to count. Keeping in mind, of course, that not only is his new album outstanding, but that he will graciously join the American Mustache Institute and its supporters at 'Stache Bash to support our event benefiting Challenger Baseball, a baseball league for childrena and adults with disabilities.



And hopefully you also join on on Oct. 30 for 'Stache Bash 2009 at the Orpheum Theater, where you'll have a chance to meet John and run your fingers through his well-coiffed hair.

Carry on.

1 comments:

Charlene said...

I wonder if John will regrow his 'Stache for this event! I don't know about running my fingers through his hair, but I sure would like to run my fingers through his 'Stache! John, your 'Stache belongs on display in the Smithsonian Institue! It is a piece of 'Stache History!