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Children's band ready for close-up

Industry insiders help Flooky & the Beans produce television pilot

Flooky & the Beans -- (from left) Josh Shriber, Rob Zammarchi, Vic Lalli, Emily Zammarchi, and Patience Orobello -- will be performing their children's music and dance skits Saturday morning in Framingham. Rob Zammarchi started the band with help from craigslist. Flooky & the Beans -- (from left) Josh Shriber, Rob Zammarchi, Vic Lalli, Emily Zammarchi, and Patience Orobello -- will be performing their children's music and dance skits Saturday morning in Framingham. Rob Zammarchi started the band with help from craigslist. (BILL POLO/GLOBE STAFF)
By Denise Taylor
April 12, 2007

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Some people say you can find anything you need on craigslist. And for Rob Zammarchi , the online bulletin board turned out to be the wellspring for a new children's music group and maybe -- with luck -- a television show. (Full article: 1121 words)

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