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ikm Sun In 2001 Plumas.$ierra County Fair Wed unulay, August 1, 2001 Page 15 on the Plumas Bank Stage... Pl rias County residents may and have listened to the and now they can Tarnation. ation performs Friday rmed in the Spring 1996 of the group got together for session one night at the rival in Portola. .Original lineup was six musi- luding Bill Powers on drums and his wife. Lori Powers and playing guitar and bass. common musical interests / to work together. They as a six-piece band for four :he Poweres left the group last due to other pressures s, creating a four-piece focus is acoustic rock, blues, featuring complex and VOcal harmonies provided by in the group. "I guess the music is mostly Nmericana.' It's a mix of blues, folk, acoustic rock and tribal groove. Some of it borders on country, but without the white boots and sentimentality," said Tommy Miles, one of the members. "It's just fun music, and we try to avoid falling into a particular genre, but we twang a little from time to time." Dude and Penny Berry, an experi- enced team, have played acoustic blues and rock for many years. Tommy and Margaret Miles have per- formed for 14 years as Miles & Miles, an acoustic duo playing primarily folk music from the United States, England, Ireland, Scotland and Canada. They have produced their own CD called "From Home." As the band changed, so has the name of it. Changing from Jeez Louise, the group settled on Tarnation which plays for community events and private gath- erings. Margaret Miles, Tommy Miles, Penny Berry and Dude Berry perform in TamatJon at the Plumas Bank Stage Friday, Aug. 10, at 5-7:45 p.m. the Beatles were the best known name in music with The Beatles are Back 12 at 2-4 p.m. Beatles are Back in action again, at the Plumas-Sierra County are B, from sold out concerts in and Quincy, and a free perfor- Chester Park, The Beatles is ready to send audiences to the 1960s with their per- by an English foursome who the world of music. are yearning to hear your hits performed live and and sound that has made twist and is a show you won't want the group of musicians and their had audiences on their feet hands clapping and song filling they hear favorite tones from then. Even the younger set, Beafles years, fred them Instead of four musicians, however, The Beatles are Back believes in sharing the experience and enjoying a wealth of talent, with six regular musicians, and a host of veteran singers and musicians to add to the program. The six-piece ensemble from Susanville have been honing their Beatles sound for over two years. They bring back a wide sampling of the Fab Four's music from their early 1960s hits to the last songs recorded before their break-up in 1969. Unlike other tribute ensembles, The Bearies are Back have focused all their efforts on reproducing remarkable and unique original Beatles sounds while maintaining their own accomplished musical integrity. Don't expect to see costumes, wigs or rehearsed antics lifted from Hard Day's Night," but do anticipate a few remarks by singer, guitar player Doug Sheehy done in a John Lennon style. If your car's body isn't all it auto be, bring it to QUINCY BODY SHOP and we'll make it look like a prize winner! QUINCY BODY SHOP 291 Crescent St. Quincy