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Sunday, April 20, 2008 

Calvert City, KY. 80 miles. Grass lot. Overcast, cold, showers. Poor pre-sale. We’re in Kentucky now, as far east as the show will travel. James “BJ” Hebert a 23 year veteran of the Culpepper & Merriweather Circus – he joined the show even before there was a show – has replaced Shane Johnson announcing of the first half of the performance.


Princeton, KY. 40 miles. Grass lot. Warm, sunny, perfect circus day. Strong pre-sale by sponsor.

A quick belated shout-out to the Circus Fans of America who have been meeting in Sarasota, FL these past few days. I’m sure that a wonderful time was had by all.

It's impossible to play Princeton, KY without noting that this is the hometown of one of America's greatest circus performers, and certainly one of the all-time great tiger trainers. Mabel Stark was born on a small tobacco farm outside Princeton.

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