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Happy April Fool's Day! After my last big joke to years ago when I said the Brobdingnagian Bards were breaking up, I've decided to avoid playing pranks on April 1st. Instead, I'll the news as it is.

The final weekend of Excalibur Fantasy Faire went amazing, and it's sad to think it'll be another year before we return to the faire. Saturday, the faire held the First Annual Golden Ogre awards and we're pleased to announce that we won the awrd for Best Stage Act.

Our shows grew in size every week. Probably our most entertaining performance took place thanks to the Excalibur cast. As we came to our closing song, Always Look on the Bright Side of Life, all the knights and ladies of the faire, including King Arthur and Queen Guinevere, were up dancing a Can-Can behind us. Andrew made the mistake to look back while he was giving his speech and just lost it. It was hilarious. I want to thank everyone (cast, crew, patrons, nagians, etc) who made our weekends there so amazing.

This Saturday is Tartan Day. We'll be at the San Antonio Highland Games in the early morning. I hope some of you can make it out.

--posted by Marc Gunn of the Brobdingnagian Bards, Celtic Folk Music
  Monday, April 01, 2002

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