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Stan Bush to appear at BotCon '10!

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Stan Bush to appear at BotCon '10!

Postby DocWho » Wed May 26, 2010 3:32 pm

BotCon.com has announced another guest for: Stan Bush! Best known to the Transformers fan community for his songs "The Touch" (and its remake), "Dare", which appeared in the 1986 movie. So, if Stan Bush showing up at BotCon was a deal breaker for you, fret no longer and rejoice at this piece of news!

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Re: Stan Bush to appear at BotCon '10!

Postby Sabrblade » Wed May 26, 2010 6:09 pm

YES! Awesome news.

Wait, I just remembered ,that since I might be able to go to BotCon this year, this means I might be able to see him in person! SLAG, YES!

He's done some awesome songs including, but not limited to, "The Touch", "Dare", and "She's Got the Power"!
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