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Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month Brings Recording Artists to Los Alamos
September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Along with many organizations around the country, local charity Ovarian Cancer Together Inc. is bringing awareness to Los Alamos by holding a benefit at the Duane Smith Auditorium.
Working in New Mexico to support survivors and educate the public about the risks of ovarian cancer, this year, OCT will hold its first music and awareness evening, promising quality entertainment for all.
Headlining the show are the award winning Buckarettes, a fun-loving group of gals from Albuquerque who sing an avant-garde cowgirl repertoire. Their three-part Andrews Sisters-like harmony is the type of music you can swing the night away to.
Voted “Best of the Best” in local musical groups in “Albuquerque the Magazine” in 2007, they have played all over New Mexico and in Arizona and Colorado, for cowboy gatherings, festivals, and art shows. Their third album “Cowgirl Serenade” wonmany awards and national attention.
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