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posted on Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Headlining CUSB Bank's 130th Celebration June 2 are the Pork Tornadoes, playing from 8-11 p.m. A talented and versatile cover band that has been taking the Midwest by storm. Lead singer, Mason Greve, is known for being one of the top 100 finalists on NBC's The Voice in 2014.

Because…we love live music!

CUSB Bank is proud to show case three live music acts as part of entertainment planned. First off is hometown favorite, Les Fields and the Turkey River All-Stars, playing from 4:30-5:30 p.m. Les Fields was a classmate of the late J.H. “Jack” Thomson, and has been part of the CUSB party tradition for many years, most recently playing at the 125th Celebration in 2013. The band also performed for RAGBRAI in Cresco last summer. They specialize in Dixieland Jazz Music. Come and enjoy their music!

A northeast Iowa favorite, the Jim Busta Band, will be performing from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Band Leader, Jim Busta, on concertina; Jeff “Sparky” Biermann on tuba, electric bass, and vocals; Chad Busta on drums and vocals; and Mark Heinz on accordion, keyboard, saxophone, clarinet, and vocals will play polka hits for listening and dancing. For more information go to www.jimbustaband.com.

Headlining the event is The Pork Tornadoes, playing from 8-11 p.m. The Pork Tornadoes are a versatile and talented cover band that has been taking the Midwest by storm.  2018 marks the 10-year anniversary of the band, which hails from Cedar Falls. They started as an acoustic act and now are a powerhouse party band. Lead singer, Mason Greve, is known for being one of the top 100 finalists on NBC's The Voice in 2014. They perform a wide variety of covers including crowd-pleasing hits like “Can’t Stop The Feeling” by Justin Timberlake, “Friends in Low Places” by Garth Brooks, and “Trouble” by Taylor Swift. They also perform a wide variety of 80s/90s/Blues/Funk Classics. Don’t miss this beard-loving group of musicians that enjoy providing entertainment for large groups of diverse musical tastes. For more information go to www.porktornadoes.com.

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