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  • May 12, 2021

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Beauty, Eh? ... The 97X Artist Spotlight ... Timo Budow

Timo Budow, who is sort of a resident artist here at BedrockSportsHawaii.com, is at it again with another three-slide political cartoon. The first frame begins with the line, "There's good news and bad news ..." Enjoy.
-- Nick Abramo, Bedrock Sports Hawaii

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Most-Read Stories (from April 1 to April 30)
1. So Far, Like A Famous Founding Father, Hawaii's Lance Hamilton
Is Not Going To Give Away His Shot (March 31)
2. Ges' 'My Old Friend' Is Album Of The Year That You Can Only Hear Here (April 5)
3.Kaiser's Kyler Halvorsen Accepts Washington State Football Team's
Invitation To Be A Preferred Walk-On (April 1)
4. PAC-5 Football Program Faces Arduous Dogfight To Stay Intact (April 25)
5. RIVALS WAIKIKI BASEBALL GAME OF THE WEEK: Saint Louis
Jets Into First-Place Tie With Kamehameha (April 24)
6. 'Iolani Baseball Team Pulls A Fast One
In Victory Over Dunn Muramaru's Mid-Pacific Owls (April 13)
7. Sacred Hearts Rises To Top Of ILH Girls Sporter Air Riflery;
Mid-Pacific's Mandy Higa Earns Individual Title (March 17)
8. Living The Baseball Dream: Catching Up With Joey Cantillo,
Kobe Kato And Everett Lau (March 28)
9. Kauai Hockey Player Les Drent Of LBD Coffee
Is Doing His Part On The Farm To Bring The Balance Back (Sept. 12, 2020)
10. Five Hawaii High School Graduates
Embark On A Hoops Chemistry Experiment In The Arizona Desert (Oct. 8, 2020)

97X Song Of The Daze

THE HORSE
It’s doubtful that Cliff Nobles envisioned his 1968 song “The Horse” being played by high school marching bands from coast to coast well into the 21st century. Yet, the instrumental has shown staying power with band directors. In it, the horns wail and the drums rattle. As someone who has covered high school football as a sports journalist since 1981 and who has watched it since 1968, I can attest to the fact that — at least for me — no other piece of music radiates with the pageantry and emotion of  live high school football than this. I heard it on an oldies station last week and got a keen sense that football was in the air (it is not) and that there is a tight deadline for the game story looming. Have a listen and see if it conjures up high school football for you.
— Nick Abramo, Bedrock Sports Hawaii

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