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Madison News Anchor Leads Double Life!

Mike and I headed up to Wisconsin Dells this weekend for Autumn Harvest Fest, which includes a great beer tasting festival called Dells on Tap. As usual, we enjoyed tasting all the different Wisconsin beer varieties...and also enjoyed live music provided by the band Swing Crew..and during that band's breaks a country-rock band called Main Street Wisdom performed. Look at that!  The lead singer is none other than Carleen Wild from NBC-15 here in Madison...and she's really good!  She and the band definitely looked like they were having a good time.  I only caught a few songs--covers of Sheryl Crow and the Dixie Chicks...and a rockabilly band called the Cigar Store Indians.  But what I heard sounded great. Okay..this picture is kinda fuzzy..but remember--I was at a beer tasting event. Recognize the guy on acoustic guitar? That's Dan Smith, who's no stranger to the TV news room himself. More info on Carleen's band here.

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