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Photo (L-R):  LW's Brad Allen; Scott Kwapiszeski and Cory Shultz; Roy Clark; LW's Bobby DeGonia; Danny Bell; Andy Eutsler and Landon Rolfe. (Photo courtesy Way Out West Records) Photo (L-R): LW's Brad Allen; Scott Kwapiszeski and Cory Shultz; Roy Clark; LW's Bobby DeGonia; Danny Bell; Andy Eutsler and Landon Rolfe. (Photo courtesy Way Out West Records)

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DRUMRIGHT, OK (July 10, 2013) - Members of Way Out West Records' group LiveWire grab a fewmoments with Country Music Hall of Fame entertainer, Roy Clark, beforetheir performances at the July 4 OilPatchFestival in Drumright, OK.  They are holding several Boulder Creek Guitarsthat were signed by all of the artists who performed at the festival, includingBo Phillips,the Red Dirt Rangers,Shawna Russell and RickReiley of the TuesdayNight Music Club and the DustBowl Brothers.  The guitars were later auctioned withproceeds going to the Red Cross to benefit the victims of recent Oklahomatornadoes.  LiveWire is sponsored by Boulder Creek and is currentlypromoting the single "WhiskeySunday."  

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