July / August 2013
CHICAGO Performs at Thunder Valley THE FOLSOM SYMPHONY A review of its 2013–2014 Season BYE BYE BIRDIE The musical ripped from the headlines
KENNY LOGGINS REINVENTS HIMSELF
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Performing at Harris Center for the Arts at Folsom Lake College Bye Bye Birdie is a Rising Stars show featuring castmembers ages 6-13.
IN THIS ISSUE: 10 Questions with Music Superstar Kenny Loggins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Three Stages Unveils its New Identity as the Harris Center for the Arts . . . . . . . . 10 In the Mood : a 1940’s Musical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Folsom Symphony Reveals What’s Next: Their 2013–2014 Season . . . . . . . . . . 14 Put On A Happy Face With This Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Outdoor Amphitheater a Summertime Hit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 The Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Great Summetime Concerts at the Right Price (Free!) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Great entertainment at Harris Center, Thunder Valley Casino Resort, Jackson Rancheria and in your community STAGEPASS IS PUBLISHED SIX TIMES A YEAR BY SENTIUM STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS. SUBSCRIPTIONS: YOU CAN GET A FREE SUBSCRIPTION TO STAGEPASS AT WWW.STAGEPASSMAGAZINE.COM ARTICLE SUBMISSIONS: CONTACT: ARTICLES@STAGEPASSMAGAZINE.COM
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with Music Superstar
Kenny Loggins Kenny Loggins has come a long way from the “House at Pooh Corner”. . .
. . . and “the Danger Zone.” He’s been a swift-moving target in the music industry for more than 40 years. Over the decades, Loggins has reinvented himself as a singer, songwriter and guitarist, jazz musician, country rock singer and wildly successful soundtrack artist. The creative magic of renewal is at work again in Kenny’s collaboration with two other renowned singer/songwriters, veterans Gary Burr and Georgia Middleman, both accomplished artists. We caught up with Kenny Loggins to talk about songwriting, performing, and his newest passion, the band Blue Sky Riders.
Q. SO. BLUE SKY RIDERS. TELL ME ABOUT THE BAND.
It started about five years ago. I went to Nashville to write a record that became How About Now, an exclusive for Target. I met Gary Burr, a Nashville Hall of Fame songwriter who’s written 14 number-one songs and who is an amazing collaborator. Writing with him is easy. He’s very bright and fast and he used to be a lead singer for a band called Pure Prairie League. Our voices blended like brothers and I thought, “This is the kind of guy you’d start a band with.” We talked about it briefly, and he went, “Um huh, that’s a funny idea.” After I finished How About Now I went right into a children’s record for Disney, and every time I would get a song idea, I would write in the margin, “Save for Gary.” And I thought, “I think I’m supposed to be writing with Gary.” So I called him up and said, “You Photo by Pamela Springsteen
know, I am serious about this band thing. Not only that, but I’ve thought about it for a while now, and I think we need a third: a girl who’s a strong songwriter who can also sing.” I knew he’d know who it should be. I just felt it in my body. And he was sitting with her when I called him. That was Georgia Middleman from San Antonio, an amazing songwriter, but also an incredible singer. I flew to Nashville to meet
Q. ALL OF YOU ARE HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL SONGWRITERS AS WELL AS SOLO SINGERS. HOW DOES THAT HELP THE CREATIVE PROCESS?
It’s really helped; the whole success of Blue Sky Riders hinges on the fact that we respect each other, and we bring that respect into the writing room. If we’re starting into something and one of us goes, “I don’t know. I don’t hear it. I don’t get it,” we don’t
VOICES BLENDED like ‘‘ Our BROTHERS and I thought,
‘This is the kind of guy you’d START A BAND with.’
with her. Within a few hours, we’d written our first song together as a trio. Most of the album is written by all three of us together in one room, not the normal approach for bands of writers who usually write their own stuff and then pool it for working up arrangements. We decided that the sound of the band should be the three of us working together, and it’s created what we call “the fourth in the room,” which is Blue Sky Riders. Gary and Georgia had sung together and she would sing on his demos; they knew they had a blend, and I knew Gary and I had a blend, so it was only natural that the three of us would. We sound like siblings. 5
try to badger that person into getting it. We just move on knowing that there’s another equally good idea hanging out there in the ether. Sometimes we’ll write from the beginning of no idea at all as in “You’re Not The Boss Of Me.” We sat down and said, “Let’s write something from nothing.” We all keep notes, and we’re all professional songwriters. One of us will present a lyric idea that you can hinge the body of the song on. Or maybe a little piece of melody will walk in — a couple of lines of melody that I dreamt the night before —and we’ll start with that. We don’t have a shortage of ideas. The primary problem is we have too many.
Q. THE LAST SONG ON THE ALBUM, FINALLY HOME, IRONICALLY, IS THE FIRST SONG THAT YOU AND GARY WROTE, “HOW ABOUT NOW.” HOW DID YOU DECIDE TO MAKE THAT THE CLOSING STATEMENT OF THE DEBUT ALBUM?
and sell t-shirts, people would be I see it as a combination of the going up to them going, “Was that Loggins and Messina era that moves Kenny Loggins? Was he up there into Eagles and Fleetwood Mac and with you really?” then even merges all the way into Lady Antebellum. So if you like that Q. WHAT SHOULD PEOPLE kind of stuff, come on in. I’m very EXPECT WHEN THEY COME TO THE proud of it. SHOW?
Q. I KNOW IT’S ALWAYS A RISK
DON’T HAVE A SHORTAGE ‘‘ We of IDEAS. The primary problem is we have TOO MANY.’’ We still do it old school: I put each title on a different flash card, and then we’ll shuffle them until we see a sequence that feels like one song leads comfortably into the next. We want it to flow from top to bottom. “How About Now” just seemed to belong there.
Well, the first thing I want to impress upon the people is don’t come late. This is the opening act you want to see. This opening act is handpicked. So yeah, I want to impress on everybody that, “Please come in time to see the opening act, and I think you’re going to hear stuff you’ll like.”
Q. AT THE HARRIS CENTER
WHENEVER YOU START DOING SOMETHING NEW. WHAT WAS IT LIKE THE FIRST TIME BLUE SKY RIDERS PERFORMED LIVE?
The first time we opened, it took about three songs to get the audience to go, “What the hell is this?” And then they sat up and started listening. But the first time we played as a headlining act in a smaller venue, we were excited and pleasantly surprised to see that the audience was there for us. I said, “Now, you know, I’m not going to do “Footloose” tonight,” and somebody yelled, “Blue Sky Riders!” And the audience started to applaud, and they told me straight out they were there for us.
Kenny Loggins, Georgia Middleman, and Gary Burr: Blue Sky Riders. .
YOU’RE GOING TO BE OPENING WITH BLUE SKY RIDERS, AND THEN COME RIGHT BACK AND DO YOUR SOLO SHOW. WHAT’S IT LIKE TO BE BOTH THE HEADLINER AND THE OPENING ACT?
It’s kind of a trip. When we first started, the audience didn’t know that I was doing that, and many people didn’t recognize me as Kenny Loggins. They didn’t expect me to be out there with that opening act. Sometimes the audiences would talk through us, and then when Gary and Georgia go out to sign albums 6
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That’s been a very exciting transition. I mean who gets to do this so many times in their career? This is my third time around.
that as creative language from the time I was about 6, 7 years old on. Right now, I’m loving what Blue Sky Riders is doing. I’m loving the country overtones to it. And I argue Q. OVER THE YEARS, YOU’VE all the time, Gary and Georgia— CREATED AN AMAZINGLY WIDE Georgia being from Texas—she says RANGE OF STYLES AND SOUNDS. we’re a country act. I see us as a WHAT DO YOU LIKE TO LISTEN TO? country rock act. I don’t even know if WHAT’S ON YOUR IPOD? that genre still exists. Well, I went through a period People don’t really know what where I was deep into the The Script. country rock is. It’s an ephemeral I just got a call from Pat Monahan of genre. Train. He wants to write with me, and If you listen to the first Fleetwood Charles and Lady A want to write Mac album, with Lindsey and Stevie, with me. Lindsey was very country, and most I cover a lot of bases, and part of of his guitar work is finger picking. that is because of my big brothers – He was and is an amazing one was a big folk, country guy and guitarist, and he invented a whole one was a rock, R&B guy. So I had all style of guitar playing that had just The Blue Sky Riders: Kenny Loggins, Georgia Middleman, and Gary Burr.
barely come into the window. It still influences country artists. I think the defining factor for country is, is it being sung by someone who has a Southern accent?
Q. WHAT DO YOU THINK MAKES A SONG A GREAT SONG? AND IS IT ONE OF THOSE THINGS THAT YOU KNOW IT THE MOMENT YOU HEAR IT?
Hard to say. I think in pop culture, we define a great song by whether or not it was successful. I bet you can easily cull twenty songs off the top of your head right now that were not extremely popular but that you consider to be great songs.
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I think that’s the real story of the band – to reinvent yourself, to grab hold of your dream and go for it one more time. Gary calls it “the cocktail hours of our lives.” They never thought they’d get another shot at this, and it’s exciting to see them up there. The first time we played was at the Rutledge Theater in Nashville, and after the show, I said to Gary, “Did you have any idea how good Georgia is?” because Georgia stole the show. She stands in the center of the stage and just sparkles.
Q. HOW DOES IT FEEL TO BE Kenny Loggins during a recent live performance.
I think it has to connect with the audience in an emotional way whether that’s a “Fourth of July, let’s get drunk and go crazy” kind of song or a song like “Celebrate Me Home” that evokes home and hearth. It has to touch the audience in some way that moves them and matters to them.
BACK IN THE WHOLE STARTING-UP, CREATIVE-JUICE PROCESS?
I love the feeling of the writing and the recording and getting up on stage and playing for audiences, especially the audiences now that know the music and they’re happy to be there. It was harder in that first year when the album hadn’t come
It was sort of spun off “Dream,” the song “Too Old To Dream.” We’re acknowledging that the three of us each have our own dream with the start of this band. Gary wanted to be an artist but had to give it up because of his success in Nashville. Georgia, she had to give it up when she was 30. Being an artist for them was a dream that they’d given up on.
You can hear hear Kenny Loggins along with Blue Sky Riders on Monday, August 5, through Wednesday August 7 at Harris Center for the Arts www.harriscenter.net
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Q. YOU STARTED YOUR OWN RECORD LABEL WITH THE BAND. ANY SPECIAL MEANING BEHIND THE NAME “THREE DREAM RECORDS”?
out and nobody knew the music. Still, it was exciting. The short answer is, it always feels exciting. There’s a lot of work to this that I had not anticipated like getting up at 5:00 in the morning to get to the radio station or TV show day after day while trying to conduct the tour and just running out of juice. And people warned me, “You’re not 25 anymore. You’re not going to have the energy that it takes to break a new band in.” I have to say, some of that is true. It’s extremely difficult, and I’m not 25 anymore, but I want people to get that I love this from the bottom of my heart. We’re here for the long haul whatever that proves to be.
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Three Stages transitions to its new name:
Harris Center for the Arts As it enters its third full season presenting at Folsom Lake College, Three Stages finds itself in an important identity transition. Last August, the Los Rios Community College District Board of Trustees renamed the regional performing arts facility the “Harris Center for the Arts” in honor of retiring chancellor Brice Harris. “We could think of no better way to honor Brice’s exceptional 16-year tenure as our chancellor,” said Los Rios Board president Ruth Scribner. “We wouldn’t even have a regional arts center if it wasn’t for Brice’s original vision. He was the first to see that the Folsom/El Dorado Hills areas
were woefully lacking in performing arts venues and led the district in creating a facility capable of showcasing not only student work but national and international touring companies as well.” Harris has been a life-long supporter of the arts and has served on numerous art boards including the Fresno Philharmonic Orchestra and the Crocker Art Museum. He began his educational career nearly 40 years ago as a theater arts professor. “This is without a doubt the biggest honor of my life,” Harris said. “These past 16 years have given me the opportunity to work with the most amazing people in a truly wonderful district. I can’t say how much it means to have this beautiful arts facility named in my honor. It is overwhelming.”
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The name transition is well underway. The marketing materials and website have been updated. The signs on the side of the building were changed a few weeks ago. Since it opened in February 2011, the center has proved to an audience hungry for arts performances that an exciting venue exists in the region east of Sacramento. In its first year, the center drew roughly 110,000 attendees and attendance was up by 10 percent the following season, said Executive Director, Dave Pier. “Our schedule is so busy that it’s hard to find room for the Broadway shows,” he said. Many shows have been sellouts and the number of presentations is growing. In the first season the center presented 301 events. In 2012-13 that number rose to 390 and next year will have at least that many, Pier said. For more information about the Harris Center for the Arts go to: www.harriscenter.net
IN THE MOOD
A 1940’s Musical Revue Fans of the Big Bands, get ready to swing to the music which continues to inspire! The 1940’s musical review, In The Mood will be performing live at the Harris Center, August 27-29. In The Mood began as a celebration of an unusual era in American music, the 1940s, also known as “the Swing era.” On radio, in theaters and ballrooms, the big bands were drawing record crowds. Vocal groups and soloists sang a repertoire of great songs, and for the last time in the 20th century, the entire country shared a common popular music. This body of song did much to sustain national morale during World War II, the pivotal event of the ‘40s. The USO (United Service Organizations) helped raise spirits with live entertainment for United States troops and their families. As part of their commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of WWII, the National Archives in Washington, DC brought In The Mood to their audiences. The response was extraordinary, with crowds lining up for hours before curtain time. The engagement was twice extended. In 1993, the Archives presented a repeat performance, outdoor on Constitution Avenue. Thousands attended, and many stayed to 12
dance the night away. As a result, In The Mood, in affiliation with the USO, began a series of tours which played to audiences across the U.S. In The Mood has also visited Europe and Canada and had the pleasure of performing to sold out audiences in New Zealand and Australia. Audiences in cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland, Brisbane, and Perth, among others, were thrilled to hear this great music and tribute to veterans from America and the war years. In 1997 the show was selected as part of the entertainment for one of the Inaugural Balls at the 53rd Presidential Inauguration for President and Mrs. Bill Clinton. The show’s upcoming 20th anniversary year will continue to portray the spirit of the music that moved the nation’s spirit for audiences throughout the United States and overseas. In The Mood is a testament to the music and lyrics of America that is timeless. Much more than a concert, In The Mood presents a complete retro 1940s musical revue. The cast of nineteen features the blistering String of Pearls Big Band Orchestra and inexhaustible In The Mood Singers and Swing Dancers from New York. The show is a nostalgic journey through the music which guided a nation’s spirit towards
hope, promise and prosperity. The 1940’s was a time when America was in tune with sentimental ballads and up-tempo Swing rhythms, where the waltz and foxtrot competed with the wild, acrobatic jitterbug, jive- and boogie woogie-crazed hepcats on the ballroom dance floor. In The Mood recreates this defining era live on stage through sizzling choreography, sensational scats and romantic harmonies, sassy costumes and an hypnotic thirteen-piece Big Band, belting out an authentic score of over fifty unforgettable hits from Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey, Duke Ellington, Frank Sinatra and the Andrews Sisters. “Chattanooga Choo Choo,“ “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (of Company B),” “In The Mood,” “Tuxedo Junction,” “Sing, Sing, Sing,“ “Sentimental Journey” and so many more. “Many of the arrangements were written by Vic Schoen, the conductor for the Andrews Sisters and Musical Director for Universal and Paramount Pictures. The songs are timeless and this production is as authentic as it gets,” said In The Mood Creator, Producer and Artistic Director Bud Forrest. You can see In The Mood on Tuesday, August 27 through Thursday, August 29 at the Harris Center www.harriscenter.net
Debuts its 2013 -14 Season
The Folsom Symphony is celebrating its historic 10 th season with a concert series that may very well be its most impressive to date. Leading the season is the October concert, entitled, Titans. “Titans, in my mind, refers to something grand,” said Maestro Michael Neumann, music director and conductor of the Folsom Symphony. “The Mahler symphony that we will be doing on that first concert is actually nicknamed ‘The Titan.’ It is of huge proportions. It’s a long, fairly lengthy piece that requires a very large orchestra. It’s a major piece of music.” “And of course, any music by Wagner also has those kinds of magnificent proportions to it. ‘The Polovtsian Dances’ from Prince Igor,
is a very standard, well-known, well loved piece. And so ‘The Titan’ as sort of the nickname of this concert just seems extremely apropos. They’re all blockbusters.” Next in the series is the December concert titled, The Music of Many Lands. “There’s a variety of countries that are represented with the music which will be a wonderful variety for our audiences and for our orchestral players,” said Neumann “There’s Italian music and Russian music and Romanian music and Viennese music and then, of course, music from Scotland. It’ll be wonderful. We’ll have several bag-
The Folsom Symphony is celebrating its 10th season with five special concerts.
pipes and drums that will be joining us in that concert. So the variety of that will be very exciting and, I think, very fun for the audience. I think it’ll be something rather novel.” In February, the series turns it attention to affairs of the heart with the concert, Romance! “Certainly classical guitar is very romantic just by itself, and then we have a wonderful tenor, Robert Van, who will be joining us singing a few different songs of romance and love,” said Neumann In addition the program includes Tchaikovsky’s “Movement #1 from the Serenade for Strings”, and Verdi’s Triumphal March from “Aida.”
“It’s very beautiful music and the mood will be that of romance and love. It’s very appropriate for that time of year,” Neumann added. At the end of March comes the concert, Celebration of Spring. “The concert comes around about Easter time. We will start with the “Russian Easter Overture,” which is a very beautiful, haunting piece that would be wonderful for the celebration of spring,” said Neumann. “The Toy Symphony” by Leopold Mozart is going to be a real novelty because it requires some toy instruments. There are a toy drum, a toy trumpet, a nightingale, a ratchet and a cuckoo. We’re going to make it a surprise of who actually will be playing those parts because it won’t be members of the orchestra.” “That should just be a fun event and one that the audience—as they
celebrate the beginning of spring— can smile and chuckle to each other about as we play that piece.” Rounding out the concert will be Beethoven’s “Symphony No. 7” with guest soloist, Tariq Masri, on bassoon. The final concert in the series is called, Out of this World, and the music all aligns to this theme. You’ll soar with the opening theme from Richard Strauss’ “Also Sprach Zarathustra,” Wagner’s “Entry of the Gods Into Valhalla,” Shore’s “Fellowship of the Rings” suite, and selections from Holst’s “The Planets: (Mars, Venus and Jupiter),” “Superman,” and “Star Trek.” “I am very excited about the upcoming season,” said Neumann. “I think there’s tremendous variety and something that will please just about everybody. And that’s the ultimate goal.”
Maestro Michael Neumann Conducts the Folsom Symphony.
Season Tickets are on sale at the Harris Center Ticket office at (916) 608-6888 or online at www.HarrisCenter.net. For more information on the Folsom Symphony go to: www.folsomsymphony.com
A musical ripped from the headlines
Bye Bye Birdie is a Tony Award™ winning musical inspired by the phenomenon of Elvis Presley and his draft notice into the Army. Originally titled Let’s Go Steady, the satire on American society is set in 1958. After a few false starts, director and choreographer Gower Champion asked for a rewrite of the story, saying he wanted “something more”. “The ‘something more’ was right there in the newspaper. Rockand-roll idol Elvis Presley was drafted into the army in September 1957 and soon left the US for eighteen months in Germany. This provoked a media circus that included Elvis giving a specially selected member of the Women’s Army Corps ‘one last kiss.’ After brainstorming, the writers “came up with the idea of a rockand-roll singer going off to the army and its effect on a group of teenagers in a small town in Ohio. The name of the singer initially was ‘Ellsworth’, which was soon changed to ‘Conway Twitty’ before we discovered there was already a Conway Twitty who was threatening to sue us, and then, finally, ‘Conrad Birdie’.” On Broadway, the original production was a Tony Awardwinning success. It spawned a London production and several major revivals, a sequel, a 1963 film, and a 1995 television production. Bye Bye Birdie played on Broadway for 607 performances. “An English Teacher,” “What Did I Ever See in Him?,” “Put on a Happy Face,” “One Boy,” “A Lot of Livin’ to Do,”“Kids,” “Rosie,” and “Spanish Rose” are now musical theatre classics.
Elvis Presey’s induction into the Army inspired the show, Bye Bye Birdie.
El Dorado Musical Theatre is opening it’s production of Bye Bye Birdie at the Harris Center on Friday, July 12. It features two alternating casts for each performance. This is a “Rising Stars” production which allows performers from 6-14 to be featured in their own full length production. EDMT’s shows are known for their high-production-quality and exceptional performances. That’s why EDMT has become one of the 17
premiere youth theater groups on the West Coast. Bye Be Birdie will be a fun production you won’t want to miss. It’s rated G and is appropriate for audiences of all ages.
El Dorado Musical Theatre’s production of Bye Bye Birdie performs Friday, July 12 through Sunday, July 21 at the Harris Center for the Arts Tickets at www.harriscenter.net
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Do you like great bands playing in a large, outdoor amphitheater setting? Would you like to see some of the biggest names in entertainment? How about: Chicago, Bill Engvall, Chris Isaak, Franki Valli & The Four Seasons, Larry Hernandez, The Beach Boys, Kathy Griffin, Tesla, and more? Fortunately, one of the best live summer concert venues is just a short drive away at the Thunder Valley Casino Resort, located in Lincoln, California. Thunder Valley’s fourth Summer Concert Series will run through September. The remarkable, 4,500 seat outdoor venue is constructed each year in the property’s parking lot and offers the highest quality of sound and acoustics. Since 2010, hundreds of thousands of guests have had the opportunity to enjoy Lincoln’s cool
summer evenings while listening to their favorite artists. The Outdoor Amphitheater at Thunder Valley offers general admission bleacher seating that surrounds the main stage as well as lower level floor seating. Beverages and snacks are available throughout the venue during the concerts. In addition to concerts, the flexibility of the venue allows it to accommodate a variety of boxing matches with a live outdoor arena. This year, for the first time in over 10 years, ESPN Friday Night Fights will visit Northern California to broadcast World Championship Boxing live from the Outdoor Amphitheater on Friday, July 26. Unique to this year’s series, Thunder Valley Casino Resort has partnered with Sacramento Mobile Food to offer guests the chance to
enjoy a myriad of great local food options. For each concert, Sacramento Mobile Food invites up to eight featured food truck vendors to sell specialty food offerings. All food trucks open two hours before each show and are located both inside and outside of Thunder Valley’s Outdoor Amphitheater. You can get more information on upcoming shows in the Guide section of StagePass. To purchase tickets visit, http://www. thundervalleyresort.com/Entertainment.
Chicago will be appearing at Thunder Valley’s Outdoor Amphitheater on August 3.
Jackson Rancheria Presents
70’S SOUL JAM FRI JULY 12 2013 – 8:00 PM $40, $60 AND $80. DREAMCATCHER’S CLUB DISCOUNT AVAILABLE • OUTDOOR EVENT AREA • Must be 21 or older to purchase tickets or attend the show
The 70’s Soul Jam is the coming together of soul music legends… the Stylistics, The Intruders, Cuba Gooding & The Main Ingredient, Barbara Lewis and Peaches & Herb.
Join us as they perform their most memorable hits and re-live the decade of soul, disco and dance. In the words of Don Cornelius, “we wish you love, peace, and soul!” Whether you lived through the heyday or soul or discovered the magic of the genre later, you are sure to enjoy the 70s Soul Jam as they celebrate the magic of soul music, which is often absent from music today. Gather together your
friends who also appreciate top soul and head out to the 70s Soul Jam. Partners of Harris Center El Dorado Musical Theatre presents
BYE BYE BIRDIE FRI-SUN JUL 12-21 2013 (9 SHOWS) $14–$20; PREMIUM $28 THURSDAY BARGAIN NIGHT $13.50 FEATURING PERFORMERS AGES 6–14
It’s the late 1950s and teenagers from across the United States are going
All shows perform at one of three stages at Harris Center for the Arts at Folsom Lake College unless indicated otherwise. Shows at Thunder Valley Casino Resort will have the Thunder Valley symbol (right) to indicate the different venue. Shows at Jackson Rancheria in Jackson will have their symbol (right).
SAT, JULY 13 2013 crazy for the handsome rock star, OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER Conrad Birdie. Meanwhile, his $37.50 – $79.50 (PLUS TAXES AND FEES) manager, Albert Peterson, is going into debt and has staked his financial They say the heart of rock ‘n roll is the future on Conrad’s success. Disaster beat – and Huey’s got it! strikes when Conrad receives a draft notice to join the military. Albert Jackson Rancheria Presents attempts to stage a farewell party for Conrad in which he is to kiss one lucky fan on the Ed Sullivan Show before he leaves for the army. Kim MacAfee of Sweet Apple, Ohio is the lucky girl chosen, but conflict arises when her boyfriend gets jealous. This show is rated G.
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UNDER THE SUN FRI, JULY 12 2013 OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER $34.50 – $77.50 (PLUS TAXES AND FEES)
Under The Sun, featuring Smash Mouth, Sugar Ray, Gin Blossoms, Vertical Horizon and Fastball—the chemistry of this hard rock lineup is something special! Thunder Valley Casino Resort
HUEY LEWIS & THE NEWS
SAT JULY 13 2013 – 8:00 PM $40, $60 AND $80 DREAMCATCHER’S CLUB DISCOUNT AVAILABLE • OUTDOOR CONCERT SERIES
YES are currently on a world tour, playing the 3 albums The Yes Album, Close To The Edge, and Going For The One in their entirety. That means 3 plus hours of their greatest music.
As pioneers of progressive rock, Jackson Rancheria Presents YES has achieved worldwide success with a history spanning 45 years and SUN JULY 21 – 8:00 PM 20 studio albums. The band is known $40, $60 AND $80; DREAMCATCHER’S CLUB for its expansive songs, esoteric DISCOUNT AVAILABLE lyrics, elaborate album art and live OUTDOOR CONCERT SERIES stage sets. From topping the charts to epic Ted Nugent has carved a permanent pieces taking up a side of vinyl, YES place in rock & roll history as is among the longest lasting and the most successful of the 70’s progressive rock groups, proving to be one of the lasting success stories from that musical genre. YES has retained the same sound, and performed much of the same repertoire that they were doing in 1971, and found themselves being taken seriously a quarter of a century later. Their audience remains huge because they have always attracted younger listeners drawn to their mix of daunting virtuosity, cosmic (often mystical) lyrics, complex musical textures, and powerful yet delicate lead vocals.
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LARRY HERNANDEZ SAT, JULY 20 2013 $29.50 – $77.50 (PLUS TAXES & FEES) LOCATION: OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER
Latin Larry Hernandez is the singer and songwriter playing Norteño folk corridos you don’t want to miss!
the ultimate guitar-shredding showman, selling more than 40 million albums, performing more than 6,400 high-octane concerts, and continuing to set attendance records at venues around the globe. Ted’s no-holds barred career spans five decades of multiplatinum hits. From the ground
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Announcing the 2013-14 Season of Performing Arts! Tickets on sale July 8!
From Broadway plays new to the capital region, to choreography from far, far away— the Harris Center for the Arts at Folsom Lake College brings the whole world closer.
10/23 9/27 Jason Alonzo King Alexander LINES Ballet
3/25 & 3/26 8/5 & 8/6 Kenny Loggins
10/14 DanZara 12/2 Bellydance Eddie Palmieri Superstars LatinJazz Group
11/26 & 11/27 The Addams Family
Gamelan Sekar Jaya
10/4 Pacífico Dance Company
10/16 The Acting Company Hamlet
COMING SOON: Ring of Fire, Peter Nero, Moscow Classical Ballet: The Nutcracker, Luis Bravo’s Forever Tango, Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra, Bring It On, Savion Glover, Diavolo Dance Theatre, Memphis, In The Mood, Todd Ellison: Classic Broadway, Brubeck Brothers’ Tribute to Dave Brubeck, Shanghai Ballet, An Irish Christmas, SamulNori, Cirque Ziva, Hover Space, It’s Magic!, Hungarian State Folk Ensemble — over 50 artists from around the world!
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breaking Amboy Dukes’ hit “Journey to the Center of the Mind,” to classics like “Stranglehold” (ranked in the Top 100 Classic Rock Songs and #1 Guitar Lick), “Cat Scratch Fever,” (32nd Best Hard Rock Song of All Time) Damn Yankees chartbuster “High Enough,” and cult classic “Fred Bear,” one of the most requested song for radio airplay, Ted and his inimitable sound have been featured on VH1’s Behind the Music, A & E’s Biography and more. For millions of passionate music lovers everywhere, Ted delivers the Ultimate Life Soundtrack. A Ted Nugent show is not just a performance—it’s a fire breathing celebration.
Partners of Harris Center Carrera Productions presents
TOM RIGNEY & FLAMBEAU
SAT JUL 27 2013
$20–$30; PREMIUM $35
Tom Rigney, the fiery, electrifying violinist/composer, joins forces with some of the finest musicians on the San Francisco roots music scene to form Tom Rigney & Flambeau. Now
entering his second decade at the helm of Flambeau, Rigney is a worldclass blues and roots music violinist. Hailed as one of the Bay Area’s most formidable bands, Flambeau’s roots-powered sound freely mingles Cajun influences with New Orleans R&B, jazz, traditional Irish music and rock. This concert will be recorded and video taped for Tom’s new LIVE DVD project.
Partners of Harris Center SBL Entertainment presents
FRI JUL 26 2013
$20-$35; PREMIUM $45
When describing Cherish the Ladies, the critics say it best – “It is simply impossible to imagine an audience that wouldn’t enjoy what they do,” The Boston Globe, “An astonishing array of virtuosity,” The Washington Post, “Expands the annals of Irish music in America… the music is passionate, tender and rambunctious,” The New York Times– and for the past twenty five years, Cherish the Ladies have proven themselves worthy to live up to these accolades and in doing so have become one of the most engaging ensembles in the history of Irish music.
Tom Rigney & Flambeau
The Live DVD Recording Show
Saturday, July 27, 2013 Doors 7p Show 8p Tickets $20, $30, $35
Tickets @ threestages.net | Event @ Three Stages, Folsom Lake College | A portion of proceeds benefits Folsom Lake Community Concert Association Tom Rigney, the fiery, electrifying violinist/composer, has become one of the premier blues and roots music violinists in the world. Hailed as one of the Bay Area’s most formidable bands, Flambeau’s rootspowered sound freely mingles Cajun influences with New Orleans R&B, jazz, traditional Irish music, and rock. This concert will be recorded and videoed for a LIVE DVD project. Be sure to get your tickets early – last year’s show sold out!
Harris Center presents
SUMMER GUITAR FEST with Mimi Fox, Pierre Bensusan and Laurence Juber
SUN JUL 28, 2013 $19 – $29; PREMIUM $39 • STUDENTS WITH ID $12
A performance steeped in guitar mastery, with three artists of diverse backgrounds presenting a seamless show. Described by the L.A. Times as “one of the most unique and brilliant acoustic guitar veterans in the world music scene today”, Pierre Bensusan was voted “Best World Music Guitar Player” in 2008 by Guitar Player Magazine Readers Choice. Of Mimi Fox, no less of a jazz virtuoso than Joe Pass said “she plays with tremendous fire. She can do pretty much anything she wants on her instrument.” And Laurence Juber was selected by Paul McCartney himself to be the lead guitarist for Wings, Sir Paul’s post-Beatles ensemble. Together, these three artists promise an evening of guitar fireworks no fan of the instrument will want to miss.
Partners of Harris Center Pamela Hayes Classical Ballet Theatre Presents
AN EVENING AT
FRI – SAT AUG 2 – 4 2013 $20 – $23; PREMIUM $26
CHILDREN 12 AND UNDER $15 – 18; PREMIUM $21
Pamela Hayes Classical Ballet Theatre is proud to present a wonderful evening of ballet featuring many famous classical works. Ranging in mood from the beautiful yet amusing Pas de Quatre, romantic Le Spectre de la Rose, exciting Don Quioxote and the very comedic Pas de Fiancees. This promises to be a wonderful evening that will appeal to all ages. Beautiful costuming, uplifting music truly an exciting . . . Evening at the Ballet!
deal, half of a legendary countryrock duo, a massively successful and accomplished solo artist, a sonic pioneer in the smooth jazz genre,
Thunder Valley Casino Resort
SAT, AUG 3 2013
$39.50 – $92.50 (PLUS TAXES & FEES) LOCATION: OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER
The one and only Chicago live and ready to colour yours and Thunder Valley’s world! Harris Center Presents
KENNY LOGGINS MON–TUE AUG 5–6 2013 $49 – $69; PREMIUM $79
Kenny Loggins has been many things to many people. A guitar-slinger with a psychedelic rock band, a hot young songwriter with a publishing 27
a reigning soundtrack superstar, a rocker, a seeker, and an enduring recording artist and live performer who speaks deeply to both young
audiences and decidedly adult and Harris Center Presents SUN AUG 11 2013 worldly concerns. At the heart of $19-$29; PREMIUM $39 ARTURO O’FARRILL it all, there he is always a brilliant STUDENT WITH ID $12 singer-songwriter and guitarist with Grammy Award winning pianist, a passion for exploring the endless composer and educator Arturo power of the song to communicate. O’Farrill — leader of the “first family of Afro-Cuban Jazz” (NY Times) — Thunder Valley Casino Resort
FAMILY REUNION TOUR:
& THE AFRO LATIN JAZZ ORCHESTRA
GLADYS KNIGHT &THE O’JAYS FRI, AUG 9 2013 $39.50 – $89.50, (PLUS TAXES & FEES) LOCATION: OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER
Take the midnight train to Thunder Valley for this soulful performance!
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BILL ENGVALL SAT, AUG 10 2013 $29.50 – $74.50 (PLUS TAXES & FEES) LOCATION: OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER
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album yet. Continuing to creatively draw from and meld blues, rock from classic to modern, soul, their Latino heritage and even snippets of hiphop, jazz and more. The acoustic show will pull from all their finest work and will make this Carrera Production event at Three Stages a night to remember! A portion of proceeds benefits the Sacramento Blues Society’s Blues in the Schools program.
was born in Mexico and grew up in New York City. Son of the late, great composer Chico O’Farrill, Arturo was Educated at Manhattan School of Music, Brooklyn College Conservatory and the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College. He played piano in Carla Bley’s Big Band from 1979 through 1983 and earned a reputation as a soloist in groups led
by Dizzy Gillespie, Steve Turre, Freddy Cole, Lester Bowie, Wynton Marsalis and Harry Belafonte. After leading Jackson Rancheria Presents his late father’s orchestra for many years, Arturo formed this ensemble to explore the panoply of Afro-Latin THU, AUG 15 2013 music. $40–$80 (TICKETS START AT $20 FOR
Partners of Harris Center Carrera Productions presents
AN ACOUSTIC EVENING WITH LOS LONELY BOYS with Special Guests
TUES, AUG 13 2013 $30–$39; PREMIUM $49
The Los Lonely Boys tale to date is already stuff legends are made of: Playing behind their father as kids in cantinas and honky-tonks, then moving to Nashville as teens to try to win a record deal. Their debut album went double platinum, and from that the #1 Grammy-winning radio hit “Heaven.” Their new album, Rockpango, is the band’s fourth and finest studio 30
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With ten multi-platinum albums and sixteen Top 30 hits, Foreigner is universally hailed as one of the most popular rock acts in the world with a formidable musical arsenal that continues to propel sold-out tours and album sales, now exceeding 75 million. Responsible for some of rock and roll’s most enduring anthems including “Juke Box Hero”, “Feels Like The First Time”, “Urgent”, Head Games”, “Long, Long Way From Home”, and the worldwide #1 hit, ”I Want To Know What Love Is”. Their music has also been featured in several hit movies including “Rock Of Ages”, “Magic Mike” and “Pitch Perfect”, sending Foreigner downloads skyrocketing.
Thunder Valley Casino Resort
FRI, AUG 16 2013
$29.50 – $77.50 (PLUS TAXES & FEES) LOCATION: OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER
Rock guitarist and songwriter with rockabilly/country at the edges. Thunder Valley Casino Resort
FRANKIE VALLI AND THE FOUR SEASONS
Harris Center Presents
KEYBOARD CONVERSATIONS® With Jeffrey Siegel Sponsored by Capital Public Radio
BACH AND THE
ROMANTICS FRI AUG 23 2013
$19–$29; PREMIUM $39 STUDENTS WITH ID $7
Jeffrey Siegel’s unique “concerts with SAT, AUG 17 2013 commentary” are a joy for both the $39.50 – $87.50 (PLUS TAXES & FEES) piano aficionado and novice alike. Location: Outdoor Amphitheater In this Keyboard Conversations Doo-Wop Rock ‘n Roll for more than performance, you will get your fill of 50 years and still phenomenal! the high voltage, dramatic works of 31
Catch your favorites from the 1980s Frampton’s Guitar Circus Featuring all over again. Featuring Erasure’s Peter Frampton and B.B. King. Andy Bell, Howard Jones, Berlin with Terri Nunn, and Men Without Hats. Harris Center Presents
IN THE MOOD TUE–THU AUG 27–29 2013 $25–$39; PREMIUM $49
Much more than a concert, In The Mood presents a retro 1940s musical revue featuring the In The Mood Singers and Dancers with the sensational String of Pearls Big Band Orchestra. The Harris Center Presents music and the arrangements are as RHYTHMIC CIRCUS Bach and Bach-inspired compositions authentic as it gets. by such diverse composers as Mozart, In the 1940s, the combination of Rachmaninoff, Liszt, Shostakovich, up-tempo big band instrumentals and Felix Mendelssohn--the Jewish and intimate, romantic ballads set composer who, more than any other the mood for a future filled with SAT-SUN AUG 31–SEP 1 2013 musician, helped to bring Bach’s promise, hope and prosperity. $21–$34; PREMIUM $45 music to fame. Rhythmic Circus is a troupe of 11 internationally renowned artists and Thunder Valley Casino Resort the creators of Feet Don’t Fail Me Thunder Valley Casino Resort Now. Since their early beginnings THE REGENERATION TOUR: THE PREMIER ‘80S TOUR at a small theatre in Northeast SAT, AUG 24 2013 FRI, AUG 30 2013 Minneapolis, they have grown into $34.50 – $74.50 (PLUS TAXES & FEES) $44.50–$97.50 (PLUS TAXES AND FEES) an international sensation touring LOCATION: OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER LOCATION: OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER to over 90 cities worldwide. The
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brilliance of Rhythmic Circus has been marked by their production’s rave reviews and numerous awards, which include the “Spirit of the Fringe” Award (Edinburgh Fringe Festival’s top theatrical award). This coming theater season, Rhythmic Circus continues their phenomenal run with a 2013-14 North American tour kicking off in New York City at the infamous New Victory Theatre.
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SAMMY HAGAR FOUR DECADES OF ROCK
THU, SEP 5 2013 $39.50 – $97.50 (PLUS TAXES AND FEES) LOCATION: OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER
Thunder Valley Casino Resort
FRI, SEP 6 2013
$37.50 – $83.50 (PLUS TAXES AND FEES) LOCATION: OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER
Holy Kokomo, they’re back again to Sammy’s Beach Bar Rum presents storm Thunder Valley! Sammy Hagar, bringing hard rock and heavy metal to the Valley. With a new Thunder Valley Casino Resort album due out in only a few months, you don’t want to miss this show!
SAT, SEP 7 2013
$37.50 – $79.50 (PLUS TAXES AND FEES) LOCATION: OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER
Featuring Sinbad, the Brothers Johnson, Midnight Star and Dazz Band. Harris Center Presents
SUN SEP 8 2013
$25-$39; PREMIUM $45 STUDENTS WITH ID $12
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of “Broadway’s electric conductors,” Todd is one of the most accomplished and sought after Music Directors working today. For his Harris Center debut, Todd is joined by four vocalists from the Great White Way performing some of his favorite classic Broadway tunes. Currently Music Director and Conductor of the new Broadway production of Annie, his credits include Monty Python’s SpamalotBest Musical Tony Award, La Cage aux Folles- Best Musical Revival Tony Award, 42nd Street-Best Revival Tony Award, Elton John’s Lestat, Michel Legrand’s Amour, The Wild Party, On The Town, Once Upon a Mattress (starring Sarah Jessica Parker), How To Succeed (starring Matthew Broderick), She Loves Me, Taller than a Dwarf, and A Class Act. Partners of Harris Center Folsom Lake Community Concert Association Presents
the television show, The Young & The Restless. With a wide-ranging repertoire including classical masterpieces, Dixieland delights, jazzy swing, popular show tunes, patriotic melodies and Hollywood favorites, Dallas Brass will surely satisfy the musical taste buds of every audience member. Harris Center Presents
BBQ attains that rarefied level where music is both relaxed and expressive, and their joy in its creation is contagious. There’s really nothing out there that comes close to their unique brand of inventiveness.” A special presentation in which the brothers pay tribute to their dad— the legendary Dave Brubeck. Thunder Valley Casino Resort
A TRIBUTE TO KATHY GRIFFIN DAVE BRUBECK
SAT SEP 15 2013; 2:00PM AND 7:00PM
THU SEP 19 2013 $25–$35; PREMIUM $45
$24-$34; PREMIUM $39
STUDENTS WITH ID $12
Since its founding by Michael Levine in 1983, Dallas Brass has become one of America’s foremost musical ensembles and has appeared with symphony orchestras nationwide including the Cincinnati Pops, New York Pops and Philly Pops. Dallas Brass has performed at Carnegie Hall, the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington, DC and has toured overseas to Europe and the Far East. They have shared the stage with the late Bob Hope, performed for Presidents Gerald Ford and George H. W. Bush, appeared on the CBS Early Show and their music has been used numerous times on
The Brubeck Brothers Quartet is an exciting jazz group featuring two members of one of America’s most accomplished musical families, Daniel Brubeck (drums) and Chris Brubeck (bass & trombone). Guitarist Mike DeMicco, and pianist Chuck Lamb, complete this dynamic quartet. They have performed at concert series, colleges, and jazz festivals across North America and Europe including the Newport, Detroit, Ravinia, Las Vegas, Sedona, Spokane & Monterey Jazz Festivals. Their Koch release, Classified, has already earned this rave review from All About Jazz: “Once again the 34
FRI, SEP 20 2013
$29.50 –$77.50 (PLUS TAXES AND FEES) LOCATION: OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER
Stand-up comedian and actress who tells it like she sees it. Look out front row! Harris Center Presents
FRI SEP 20–SUN SEP 22 2013 $25–$39; PREMIUM $49
CHILDREN 12 AND UNDER $20
The Hungarian State Folk Ensemble, regarded as one of the greatest folkloric dance ensembles in the world, was established in 1951. During the more than four
and a half decades of its existence, the Ensemble has achieved its aim of revitalizing the culture of the Hungarian people by collecting and playing authentic folk music and preserving the folk dances and traditional costumes of Hungary and Hungarian-inhabited areas. Their rich and colorful repertoire entitles the Ensemble to be regarded as one of the top touring groups in the world.
Antoniy Kakamakov was born in 1985 in a family of professional violinists. He began studying the guitar at the age of ten with Milena Valtcheva in his native country of Bulgaria. In 1997 he won first prize in the junior division of the International Classical Guitar Festival and Competition in Sinaia, Romania. The following year he won two first prizes in the junior Rockers to the core, catch them on divisions of the international guitar competitions in Kraiova, the Heartbreaker Tour. Romania and Assenovgrad, Bulgaria. In 1999 he was awarded Partners of Harris Center full scholarship to study guitar at Bravo Bach Festival Presents the Idyllwild Arts Academy where his teachers were Terry Grave and Michael Kudirka. He received his BA degree in 2007 from the San FRI SEP 27 2013 Francisco Conservatory where he $25, STUDENTS $15 studied with David Tanenbaum.
Thunder Valley Casino Resort
SAT, SEP 21 2013
$39.50 â€“ $87.50 (PLUS TAXES AND FEES) LOCATION: OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER
Harris Center Presents
FRI SEP 27 2013
$21–$34; PREMIUM $45 STUDENTS WITH ID $12
Alonzo King LINES Ballet is a celebrated contemporary ballet company that has been guided since 1982 by the unique artistic vision of Alonzo King. Collaborating with noted composers, musicians, and visual artists from around the world, Alonzo King creates works that draw on a diverse set of deeply rooted cultural traditions, imbuing classical ballet with new expressive potential. Alonzo King understands ballet as a science and continues to develop a new language of movement from classical forms and techniques. Alonzo King’s visionary choreography, brought to life by the extraordinary LINES Ballet dancers, is renowned for connecting audiences to a profound sense of shared humanity. Thunder Valley Casino Resort
BAD COMPANY SAT, SEP 27 2013 $44.50 – $97.50 (PLUS TAXES AND FEES) LOCATION: OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER
British hard rock featuring Paul Rodgers. Thunder Valley Casino Resort
SAT, SEP 28 2013
$29.50 – $79.50 (PLUS TAXES AND FEES) LOCATION: OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER
Pure, American hard rock from Tesla tops off a summer of fantastic entertainment. 36
Free Summer Concerts El Dorado Hills Town Center
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Thursdays 6 – 8pm July 12 Lena Mosley & The Badd Blues Band (Blues) July 19 Sapo Guapo (Hot Latin Dance) July 26 Summer of Love (60’s and 70’s) Aug 2 Road 88 (Country) Aug 9 Super Huey (Huey Lewis tribute) Aug 16 Todd Morgan & The Emblems (Pop, Rock, Standards) Aug 23 Brad Wilson (Blues) Aug 30 The Rhythm Riders (Johnny Cash Tribute) Sep 6 Sun Kings (Beatles Tribute)
Friday Night Summer Concerts in the Park July 12 Rhythm Vandals (Non-Profit Night) July 26 Ike & Martin (Acoustic Rock) Aug 9 Rock Monsterz (Rock) Folsom Concerts in the Park
Fridays 6:30– 8:30 pm July 12 Crawford Perkes (Classic Rock) July 19 On Air (Classic Rock) July 26 Azuar (60’s/70’s/80’s/90’s to Current) Fountains at Roseville
Saturday Night Concerts 8 –10pm Jul 13 Maxx Cabello Jr. (Blues/Rock) Jul 20 The Rhythm Vandals (Santana Tribute) Jul 27 Element of Soul (Raggae/Funk/Soul) Aug 3 Tennessee River (Alabama Tribute) Aug 10 The Nickel Slots (American Rock/Country) Aug 17 Groove Thang (Disco Party) Aug 24 Cover Me Badd (80’s/90’s Party) Aug 31 PUSH (Classic Rock) Sep 7 Decades (Rock) Sep 14 Rockin Down the Hiway (60’s/70’s/80’s Rock) Sep 21 The Mock Ups (60’s/80’s) Sep 28 Evolution (Journey Tribute)
Paladio Summer Concerts
Wednesdays 7– 9 pm July 10 Weird Science (80’s music) July 17 Groove Thang (70’s Disco) July 24 Savannah Blue (Southern Rock) July 31 Hip Service (Dance Variety) Aug 7 Because (Beatles) Aug 14 Auto Replay (Dance Rock) Aug 21 Rhythm Vandals (Santana) Aug 28 Lovefool (90’s)