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October 8, 2003

Thomasville - This year the fair is adding bands to the venue. Tonight, three Christian rock bands are playing at the Deep South fair.

Kyle Siceloff of Damascus Roads says they've been looking forward to this chance for months.

The first band starts at 6:15, and will play until about 9:30.

Between the bands, Jumping Jerry Jackson and 11-year old Cody Ives will be performing motorcycle tricks. Ives says he learned everything he knows from his dad.

Ives says, "He didn't want to do it anymore, because of us kids, so I just wanted to fill in for him."

The team wasn't able to perform last night, due to the rain.

posted at 4:17 PM by karen.collier@walb.com