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Sharpe Dunaway & the Meanies- Rippin It Up at the Westend Smokehouse

Sharpe Dunaway & the Meanies- Rippin It Up at the Westend Smokehouse

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Published by: The Rock and Roll Society on Nov 07, 2011
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Sharpe Dunaway & the Meanies - “Rippin’ it up at theWest End”
By Tommy Roeck Come on and feel the noise, and you can surely feel the power, fun and rawenergy of the “Meanies” when they hit the stage. The crowd lit up like a nuclearexplosion when Sharpe started kicking his bass pedal as front man extroardinaireDanny Milsaps strolled out onto the West End Stage. Everyone seemed to knowinstinctively that they were about to be rocked, rolled hard and put up wet.This band is the brainchild of Little Rock Arkansas favorite radio personalitySharpe Dunaway. After years of being a musical madman on drums, dee-jaying onlocal F.M. stations, not to mention running a traveling game show, he has beeninvolved in several musical groups and recorded many compact discs. In the 80’s,late 90’s, and early 2000’s. He collaborated with current band member Darryl Yatesand now Bombay Black guitarist Eric Johnson in the “Screaming Santas” andreleased 2 successful albums named “A Very Hairy Christmas” 1 & 2 selling

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