City awards honor to Dusty Rose Band

Texarkana Gazette - - ACCENT -

Mem­bers of the Dusty Rose Band were re­cently hon­ored for their mu­si­cal ac­com­plish­ments and civic in­volve­ment by the city of Texarkana, Ark.

The Dusty Rose Band mem­bers were hon­ored with a Dusty Rose Band Day on Sept. 5. The Arkansas-side procla­ma­tion was signed by Texarkana, Ark., Mayor Ruth Pen­ney Bell.

The procla­ma­tion states that the band is “known for al­ways be­ing the first to step up for any­one in need and for lov­ing their com­mu­nity and help­ing when­ever pos­si­ble.” It also lists sev­eral of the com­mu­nity events where they’ve helped, such as a free con­cert to ben­e­fit the home­less shel­ter and fundrais­ers for the po­lice and fire de­part­ments.

The Dusty Rose Band will per­form live dur­ing this year’s Dine on the Line, which will be held Oct. 7 in down­town Texarkana.

The Dusty Rose Band con­sists of Ja­son Springer on lead vo­cals, Billy Tem­ple­ton on lead gui­tar, Doug Cooper on lead gui­tar and vo­cals, Rus­sell Cobb on Drums and Tommy McA­nally on bass gui­tar.


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