Frontier High grad’s anti-drug lyrics earn contest’s top prize

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David Foshee, of Camarillo, uses his mobile phone to keep track of his lyrics during a recording session at Mountain Dog Musicworks Recording Studio in Oak View on July 10. He took first place in an anti-drug lyric writing contest for his song, “Educate Your Mosh Pit.”
David Foshee, of Camarillo, uses his mobile phone to keep track of his lyrics during a recording session at Mountain Dog Musicworks Recording Studio in Oak View on July 10. He took first place in an anti-drug lyric writing contest for his song, “Educate Your Mosh Pit.”
David Foshee, 18, of Camarillo impressed judges of a lyrical writing contest with his song “Educate your Mosh Pit” and earned the $2,500 prize and studio time to record the song.

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