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One reason, the economy. Live music has dwindled dramatically through the years. It started with MADD, then karaoke last but not least the recent economic crunch. People are staying home, being entertained (in numerous ways) on the computer, watching DVD's, TV or perhaps unwilling to shell out the money it costs to visit out for that night. When they do go see live music, most need to live in one place, be entertained or view a show. That's where tribute bands come into the photo. Gone are the days if the majority of people go out for the night bar hopping. You can go out and go to a tribute artist or tribute band that is certainly truly near the original - for alongside nothing and genuinely be entertained. If they're good, it is a wisely spent, modest investment. Don't all of us have favorite musicians or bands we'd love to see resurrected? Between June 25 and 26, 1876, a combined force of Lakota and Northern Cheyenne led the United States 7th Cavalry in to a battle near the Little Bighorn River in what was then the eastern fringe of the Montana Territory. The engagement is well known by several names: the Battle of Greasy Grass, the Battle of Little Big Horn, and Custer's Last Stand. Perhaps the most well-known action in the Indian Wars, it absolutely was a remarkable victory for Sitting Bull and his awesome forces. They defeated a column of seven hundred men led by George Armstrong Custer; five in the Seventh's companies were annihilated and Custer himself was killed in the engagement together with two of his brothers and a brother-in-law. Known as the battle that left no white survivors, Little Big Horn has inspired more than 1,000 pieces of art, including over 40 films. Here are four of the best...