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sive, Rec~ljn, Progressive, Record, Reporter Tuesday, July 3, 2001 13B |l I r" l nnis Agajanian, recog- :d as the world's fastest guitarist, will per- on Sunday, July 8, in a concert which is free open to the public. concert is slated for p.m. in the old Roberti eight miles north of at 7411 Dyson Lane ierra Valley, just off Road A-24. Look for big green hay barn oppo- the driveway. is sponsored by Portola Station Baptist [rch, where Agajanian provide special music at the 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. rices, to which the public welcome. ~ssandra IV Preceding the afternoon concert, starting at 1:30 p.m., a free country picnic and old- fashioned games are being provided. Agajanian was nominated for instrumentalist of the years 2000 and 2001 by the Christian Country Music As- sociation, having performed in over 50 countries with the Billy Graham crusades and appearing with Ricky Skaggs, Tanya Tucker, The Gaithers, Paul Overstreet, Johnny Cash and Michael W. Smith. He has performed at Dis- neyland, Knotts Berry Farm, Magic Mountain, the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas and the Grand Ole Oprey in Nashville. He won the battle of the bands at the Hollywood Bowl and is an alumni of the "Guinness Book of World Records." as the fastest flat- picker. Agajanian has re- leased many successful recording projects and videos. From his fast-picking blue- grass to his melodic instru- mentals, to his up beat coun- try hits, Dennis Agajanmn has something for everyone to enjoy. The historic Roberti Ranch barn can only add to the ambiance of this special event. For further informa- tion, call 832-4334 or 283-1816. ackso "- showilm band, The Beatles are PhOtO by V:ctona M, evalf Back, is the featured attraction Saturday, July 7, at the [uitars.~ster Park. Admission is free. Last year, the group attracted a crowd of more than ludes ~. tamed Victoria Metcalf Writer ~e Beat]es are Back in ac- n again, this time at the -*ster Park in a free concert Urday, July 7, at 7 p.m. 'resh from sold-out con- ts in Susanville and Quin- The Beatles are Back, is to send audiences night back to the 1960s :h their performances bv English foursome who changethe world of ;le. you are _ yearning to hear r favorite Beatles' hits live and with an :gY and sound that has the most ardent Beatle- liacs twist and shout, then is a show you won't want Uss. Quincy performances, of Lassen County have had audi- on their feet dancing, clapping with song the air, as they hear fa- )ite tones from way back m. Even the younger set, missed the real Beatles find them greatly en- ;aining. l}stead of four musicians, ever, The Beatles are ~k believes in sharing the erience and enjoying a of talent, with six reg- musicians, and a host of ran singers and musi- Cs to add to the program. ?he six-piece ensemble !ra Susanville have been ning their Beatles sou over nd two years. They back a wide sampling of .Fab Four's music, from early 1960s hits to the I. songs recorded before breakup in 1969. nlike other tribute ensem- The Beatles are Back i:f cused all their efforts den on reproducing remarkable and unique original Beatles sounds, while maintaining their own accomplished musi- cal integrity. Don't expect to see cos- tumes, wigs or rehearsed an- tics lifted from "A Hard Day's Night," but do anticipate a few remarks by singer, guitar player Doug Sheehy, done in a John Lennon style. Although there may be the occasional spontaneous Liv- erpoolian accent during the between-the-songs chatter, you will experience only the essential magic that the Beat- les gave us. You'll be surprised at the lengths this group has gone to in creating an authentic sound, including playing in- struments like the Beatles used, combined with those melodious, full harmony backup vocals. And, as for the lead vocals, there will be times when you'll think John, Paul, George and Ringo are provid- ing the music themselves. Members of The Beatles are Back are Sheehy; John Tew on keyboard, base guitar and percussion; Steve Cramer on electric acoustic guitar, lead back-up vocals and harmoni- ca; Greg Dood on base guitar, keyboard and lead backup vo- cals; the youngest of the group, Brad Dood, on drums and percussion; and Dan Smith on acoustic, lead back- up vocals and percussion. The program is part of the Almanor Basin Recreation and Park District summer concert series. It is produced in collaboration with the Plumas County Arts Commis- sion. ) Dennis Agajanian, to perform in a special free concert July 8. Great Room. Great Rate. ) t 1 Now playing thru Thursday, July 5 Nightly 8:00 p.m. Per Night l Sun.-Thu~ AS][ FOR SUSAN I[t:[oI,l~Dt.~lri'/~l Hotel/Casino 358-4HI [ m ~ilve~(lub (ore) V~(!o~,on ~uo~e [ Spo,k~ ) Auoss horn lhe Nugge! "Sir, fie ~ ~e ~CUlpOncy C)(~t~ exp,rel July ]l 2f~1 6xch~de~ ~::~i~s. and ,,pe, oo) e,~er, h ~.,~i~i ~ o~oi~,;i~ MUSIC FESTIVAL m Plumos County I:oirgrouncls Bela Fleok & the Fleoktones moe. Karl Denson's Tiny Universe Little Feat Leftover Salmon Steve Kimock Band Michael Frantl & Spearhead & much much morel! ~-$frE CA~PfIV~-- ]HULTfPLE .,erASES gfPS PRO@RAIH$ " ~REAT FO~P ~ ~RI~K ,oca] discount! Present local photo ID at box office for discount. Dne ticket per ID. Plumas, Sierra & Lassen Co. rhu: $30; Fri, Sat, Sun $35 ate of the annual Indi- IValley Garden Tour has ci gecl from the end of to Saturday, Aug. 4, from to 3 p.m. no-host luncheon will be ted at the Crescent Hotel rescent Mills from 11 a m 'MS, i is the third ea " " iUnteer^ " Y r that nave organized (s SUmmer fund-raiser for Indian Valley Hospital long-term residents. ickets are available from m J Indian Valley Chamber of merce and Main Street iques, both located on Street, Greenville; from ulous Fleurs on Highway lJust north of downtown lmnville; and from Indian ley Hospital on Hot Road. more information, call of Nursing Jocelyn 284-7191. Annual on the Sat., July 7th 9am - 4pm Come & Enjoy Quncy Merchant's Visit & support your local merchants/ sponsored by Quincy Chamber of Commerce Monday Ladies Night 2 for $7.00 Wednesday Couples' Night 2 for $7.50 .......... OPEN Children .$3.50 , " .......... 7 DAYS N Students & " Seniors ............ $4.00 A WEEK lHEfltflE email: 283-1140 469 Main St., Quincy, CA A non-profit corporation bringing entertainment to the community.