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Page 16 w.d.esd y, 1, 001 Corinne Duskin and guest Friday Singer/songwriter Corinne Duskin has been performing a wide variety of music from bluegrass, folk and Celtic ballads, to driving rock n' roll in the United States and abroad for just about half of her life. Duskin delivers an exciting body of new music, while reviving some great traditional standards. Her audience finds her with a captivating voice, and a personable approach to performing. Ken Cawley, Duskin's special guest, was born. n a dark and stormy night, with a dob/ n his hand, he's fond of telling people. Cawley is a multi.instrumentalist tal- ent who plays bass, mandolin and gui- tar-both dobro and straight. He has played in Western Swing band, rock-a- billy and Contra-Cowboy-Cajun- SlamGrass for more than 30 years. For the last 12 years, among other things, Cawley has specifmally been working with singer-songwriters. On the Plumas Bank Stage... Secret Mountain Rangers Saturday The Secret Mountain Rangers, a seven piece musical team from right here in Plumas County, has interrupted their Northern California schedule to perform Saturday, Aug. 11, at the Plurnas-Sierra County Fair. Performing on the Plumas Bank Stage, the music begins at 6:30 and 10 p.m. Offering an extraordinarily eclectic and dance worthy repertoire, the Secret Mountain Rangers draw their inspira- tion from diverse music sources. These include rock, country, flues, folk, reg- gae, instrumental jazz, rhythm and blues, selected oldies, and their own original material. Calling their 2001 performances "High Sierra Dance Patrol Tour, the Secret Mountain Rangers' soul and body are built upon the rhythm section of drummer David Hoilister, a native of Santa Barbara. Hollister is now a Greenville resi- dent, and offers up decades of groove delivery experience performing with bands all over the western United States. Bassist Jerome Little, a relatively youthful band member and a Plumas County native, now hails from Nevada City. Little is the builder of a patented cus- tom electric bass guitar ergonomically designed to prevent or relieve carpal tunnel syndrome among bass players. On guitar and specializing in blues, rhythm and blues, jazz and funky rhythm 'n' reggae drive, is another youngster and Plumas County native who now resides in Arcata. Johnny Leal, whose skillful rhythm and solo work help define what is unique about his group. Greenville High School's music instruct Jim Norman leaves the class- room behind, as he contributes on key- board, offering both finely honed rhythm parts and inspiringly impro- vised leads. Both Little and Leal just happen to be former students of Norman's and their competency provides ample testimony that Norman runs an excellent and valuable program. Dr. Mark Satterfield, is leaving his day job behind, as he contributes saxo- phones, flute and electronic wind instruments to the sounds of the band. Considered one of Northern California's most accomplished instru- mentalists, Satterfield has been fasci- nated by music since childhood and has a long history in professional music, covering nearly all the woodwinds behind such stars as Ella-Fitzgerald, the Mills Brothers, Elvis Presley, Roger Miller and many others. Longtime Plumas County resident Susie Wilson, whose blues and rock vocals have thrilled listeners through- out the area for many years, adds a spe- cial touch of vocal class to the Secret Mountain Rangers. By turns, Wilson can sing sweetly and seductively or with scorching power, and in addition to her lead vocal work she enjoys crafting lovely harmony vocals. Band leader, Hank Alrich,. a multi- instrumentalist with decades of experi- ence in professional music who moved from Austin to Indian Valley 16 years ago, handles much of the singing and demonstrates an original and engaging personal style on guitar, as well as con- tributing his diverse original material to the repertoire. Fun In The Sun In 2001 PIumas-Sierra Corinne Dusldn and her special guest Ken Cawley will be performing at 6 p.m. Friday, Aug, Mineral Gallery. One Hour Film Processing "Here We Make Memories Last Forever" Harlon Sevier - Owner 175 Lawrence St. Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-5134 L/c Jim Richardson A O'Ms~n of 6.N. Renn. 530-283-0989 wit. 530-836-0706 hm. 197 Plumas Avenue, Quincy, CA 95971 Pet Supplies Tropical Fish Excellence 2335 E. Main St. FIIod & Quincy, CA 95971 Tim & (530)