Mustang Sally performing in Crestview Nov. 16

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Mustang Sally is the most well known band to play in the Azteca Backroom Bar, Crestview's newest showroom.

Special to the News Bulletin
Published: Monday, November 11, 2013 at 12:09 PM.

CRESTVIEW — Crestview's newest performance hall has corralled one of country music's hottest touring bands for a one-night performance next Saturday.

Mustang Sally, an all-girl band with "one lucky man," as their ads say, will play three 45-minute sets Nov. 16, mingling with fans in between performing a foot-stomping, hand-clapping variety of music.

"Expect anything when it comes to us," lead singer Tobi Lee said in an exclusive interview with the News Bulletin. "We never know what's going to happen in our show. We like spontaneous."

The girls, with Jake Taylor, are the biggest act to hit the two-month-old Azteca Backroom Bar in Crestview.

Mike Stewart, a manager of the showroom, said Mustang Sally's appearance comes after several requests.

"I had some local people ask about the girls because they put on such a good show," Stewart said.

Before the show, Stewart said band members will visit with members of the military, whom they honor in their single, "To the Ones That Got Away."

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