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Wheelchair Sports Camp Heads Back to Junction

By David Goe

If you were at the Sage Francis show then you already know how insanely fun Wheelchair Sports Camp is. If you missed that show then you are in for a surprise. Wheelchair Sports Camp is a Denver based pseudo hip-hop band is fronted by the disabled, wheelchair bound MC/producer/weed aficionado Kalyn. They mix live music with produced electronic beats and form a jazzy, funky, combo that is so unlike anything you've ever seen or heard before. 

Wheelchair Sports Camp is headed back to the Grand Junction, playing the Mesa Theater and Club this Saturday, September 28 with Rubedo, Strange Powers, Proficy the Iron Monk, and MC Entity. Wheelchair Sports Camp is a bit of a spectacle. The band is four seemingly unrelated musicians coming together to make unexpectedly fun and inspiring hip-hop. Their spirit is captured pretty well in the video below. Check it out and go to the show if you can. It's a band you'll be talking about for days to come.  

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Not many disabled people are brave enough to play in a band, but those who are, make a great example for the rest of the world. For someone confined to a wheelchair temporarily or not, the used wheelchair vans are a real help when it comes to traveling to different locations. Such vans are the perfect choice, both financially and in terms of mobility.




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