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Sikeston featured in new country music video

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

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Marc Christian, lead singer for Brother Slade, poses for one of the shots in the group's upcoming music video, "Rodeo Queen." With the assistance of Sikeston bullfighter Tim Rodgers, Christian shot several scenes for the video in Sikeston recently.
(Photo by Jill Bock, Staff)
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SIKESTON - Marc Christian sings of the lost love of a rodeo clown.

To bring it to life in a music video, Christian, the lead singer for Brother Slade, an alternative country rock group, decided to head to a town already known for its mix of rodeo and music.

Christian took his guitar and his camera to local landmarks such as the Sikeston Depot Museum and the Sikeston Jaycees Bootheel Rodeo arena last week to tell the story of "Rodeo Queen," one of the songs on Brother Slade's first CD, "No Relations."

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