Family comedy show comes to Terry

        Not familiar with Mylo Hatzenbuhler? Well, you soon could be. The fictional farm boy and music superstar will be performing 

at Terry High School’s Ray Frank Gymnasium on March 20 at 7 p.m.
A Hatzenbuhler show includes musical performances entitled, “We Couldn’t Start the Tractor,” and “My Dog’s Got Rabies.” Other songs include, “I’ve Sprayed Everywhere,” and his latest hit songs, the autobiographical “Who Let the Hogs Out?” along with, “The Tracks of John Deere.”
Performer Clyde Bauman of Bismarck, N.D. is the creator and portrayer of Mylo Hatzenbuhler. As a veteran and accomplished singer in classical, Gospel and inspirational music, a “Mylo” show not only includes original parody and novelty songs, mostly about farming, but is also mixed with audience interaction segments and monologues about farm life.
A Mylo show is suitable for all audiences and billed as fun, wholesome entertainment the entire family can enjoy.
Proceeds raised from the event will benefit the Prairie Community Hospital Foundation’s resident rooms’ upgrade project. Tickets will be sold at the door or can be purchased early at Prairie Unique in Terry or from any PCH Foundation member. For more information call 635-5863.

Published March 10, 2010

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