Three-piece band wins LHS talent show
by Kootenai Valley Record
April 2, 2009
An instrumental cover of the Primus song "Shake Hands With Beef" by Lewis Brossman, Owen Fifield and Luke Dahm took first place Friday night during Libby High School Student Councilís first annual talent show.
The winning performance featured a rousing drum solo by Brossman with bass by Fifield and guitar by Dahm. The trio won a $75 Visa card.
Second place and a $50 Visa card went to the Libby Step Team for a choreographed dance routine. Third place and a $25 Visa card were awarded to Crawford Dinning for his performance of an original piano composition.
Also performing were Tyler Kneller with a classical piano piece, Jason Schikora with a lip-sync performance, Lindsey Kehn with an original piano and vocal composition, Andrew Dlask with a performance on bass clarinet, and Benjamin Pingleton with an electric guitar performance.
Judges for the talent show were Lorraine Braun, Shelley Fisher, Levi Edwards-Myslicki and Hunter Sheffield. Kelly Morford served as master of ceremonies.
Photos by Kootenai Valley Record
Editorís Note: See the March 31, 2009 edition of the Kootenai Valley Record for the printed version of this story. The Kootenai Valley Record publishes once a week, now on Tuesday, in Libby, Montana. They are a locally owned community newspaper, located at 403 Mineral Avenue in Libby. For in-county and out-of-county subscription information, call 406-293-2424, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.