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Gypsies On Parade

Volume 13 - Number 2

Showbiz Today

There are no people like show people... Sawyer Brown were recent special guests on CNN's Showbiz Today. The group was interviewed, performed in and out of commerical breaks and performed "Some Girls Do" during the closing show. They are pictured above with Showbiz host Jim Moret.


On April 26th Sawyer Brown was part of the WWF's Unforgiven Pay-Per-View special. They performed "Some Girls Do" with Mark's longtime friend and WWF superstar Jeff Jarrett. The boys were not prepared for what was in store after the performance. Double J (Jeff Jarrett) was attacked by his enemy, Steve Blackman. Luckily for Double J, his manager Tennessee Lee was nearby and hit Blackman over the head with a guitar...ouch! The guys all had a great time.

It's a bird... It's a plane...
No, It's Duncan Cameron and the USAF Thunderbirds!

It was a longtime dream realized when Duncan Cameron was selected to fly with the U.S. Air Force Flight Demonstration Squadron the USAF Thunderbirds. Duncan's flight with the team took place at the Knoxville Air Show which was held May 2nd and 3rd in Knoxville, TN. The day's events were arranged by Col. Ron Mumm. The Thunderbirds, based out of Nellis AFB in Nevada make demonstration flights throughout the year at air shows all around the country. Duncan was accompanied to Knoxville by a TNN film crew. In his own plane, Duncan flew himself, country reporter Terry Bumgarner along with two film crew members from Nashville to Knoxville.

The day began with a two-hour orientation and training section. The section included proper use of all the flight gear an oxygen equipment, safety and emergency procedures (including use of the ejection seat = ) and a review of all survival gear.

When it was time to take flight Duncan was asked by Magor Randel Lane what he wanted to do with his time in the F16. Duncan’s request was simple, “everything!” They spent a hour in the air, with Duncan behind the controls for a perid of time. The only reason he came back when he did was the jet was running low on fuel.

Duncan feels that for any pilot, flying with the Thunderbirds is the experience of a lifetime. It would be the same thrillMark would get if her had to oprtunity to play a little 1 on 1 with Michael Jorden. “the F16 is my far the most outstanding aircraft I have ever flown. It was a privilege to fly with the Air Force’s elite. Magor Lane, is not only a outstanding aveiator, but was fun to be around. He made the day something I’ll remember always”

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