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Due to impending threatening weather for Sunday, July 12th. the CODA Band has been cancelled for the pool party at Phillips Swim Club. The Swim Club may still be available as planned weather permitting, contact Mike McNutt at 513-544-6648 after 10:00am.
Thank you.







LET'S GET TOGETHER SOON!
Join us for our next CODA social event
...
 CODA's Monthly Social 
Sunday July 19

Philipps Swim Club Cincinnati  LIVE MUSIC BY our own 
CODA BAND at 1PM     

$5.00 per person - we will have Beer and Snacks - The Grill will be in operation. Please remember there is NO GLASS permitted at the Pool,
but you can bring anything in as long as it is in cans or plastic. There will be Beer on tap.
 
5345 Glenway Avenue, Cincinnati, 45238        Phone: 513-471-2280
 
You will see a church, and the La Petite Salon & Spa, the driveway is between the buildings.
Extra parking behind the pool at the Church parking lot at Sidney Rd & Covedale Ave; there is a walkway along the side of the Pool building.
Please join us, have some fun, enjoy the music, and swim if you like, or just relax.
 



R.I.P. Little Bob and the Lollipops 
lead singer Camille Bob

Camille Bob, known to the music world as Little Bob (or "Lil Bob), has died of cancer at age 77. Bob led the popular singing group Lilttle Bob and the Lollipops through that group’s heyday in the early and mid-60's. Bob grew up on a farm in Arnaudville, Louisiana, but became obsessed with music at an early age. He began his musical career as a drummer locally, before forming his band the Lollipops in the late 1950's. They recorded several singles on a number of small labels over a half decade before landing a big hit with the 1965 single “I Got Loaded.” The group continued to record for until the early 70's, and Bob then recorded as a solo artist for the remainder of the decade.
The biggest recordings of Little Bob and the Lollipops were compiled in a 2004 collection, and he continued to perform around hit native state for the first part of the 21st Century and even had his own website.  While he belonged to the music world of Louisiana, other fans around the world will continue to dance to Camille Bob’s biggest songs of the 60s and remember him fondly for “loading” them with a bevy of great songs.By Chris Rizik
- See more at: http://www.soultracks.com/story-camille-bob-dies#sthash.hwt542MB.dpuf
- See more at: http://www.soultracks.com/story-louis-johnson-dies#sthash.5KwFeVlM.dpuf


Recent CODA Special Event 

The amazing vocals of SMOOOTH!
This show also featured the crowd-pleasing Cincy Rockers.

Video footage of Smoooth live at
Jim & Jack's in Cincinnati, OH...


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