Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Tuning in to this hometown crooner

Tuning in to this hometown crooner

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This just in from the Sanatoga Post, a blog we watch:
 

Pottsgrove High School graduate and increasingly popular national singer-songwriter Dustin Tavella is now a television star.
He’s appearing in Season Three of “Sweet Home Alabama,” a reality contest series on CMT, the former Country Music Television channel.
The show is a southern version of “The Bachelor.” Twenty-two eligible young men attempt to outdo each other in weekly challenges to win the affection of a young woman. The woman is Paige Duke of Lancaster SC. She’s a Clemson University graduate who works as a national representative for Kruger Farms, an outdoors retailer in Minnesota.
Tavella is one of the competitors. Some are regularly eliminated from the show as Duke makes her preferences known. As of Monday, Jan. 23, Dustin was still hanging in there.
Tavella’s big chance to woo Duke arrives on the show Friday, Jan. 27, when an episode titled “Around The Campfire” airs at 9 and 11 p.m. During a “date” with Duke, he will sing a song he wrote specifically for her and the show.
Tavella is a recording artist from Philadelphia.  He loves entertaining at children’s hospitals and has traveled the world doing missionary work.

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