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Page 18 We , AuSmlt 1, 2001 Fins In Ssm lu 2001 Plumas.Si rra More in tbe Mineral Gallery Cafe... Joe Tomaselli is scheduled to perform Saturday, Aug. 11, at 6 p.m. in the Mineral Gallery. Joe Tomaselli Sat. Joe Tomaselli has lived in Plumas County for 28 years. He lives in Indian Valley with his wife, Susan and their two children, Georgia, 4, and Sammy, 7. His love of music started in the 1950s when he saw Elvis on the Ed Sullivan show. He has been writing music since the 1960s and playing guitar and staging for 40 years. TomaseUi's music is influenced by Guy Clark, Robert Earl Keen, Buck Owens, The Beatles and the Grateful Dead. Many of his songs reflect portraits of small town life presented in a back porch style that blends cowboy, blue- grass and folk rock music. Lately, he has played with the Wild Turkey Likkers at the High Sierra Music Festival and the Sierra Song Writers Festival in Sonora, and other local venues. Tomaselli's CD "The Longer Road" has been receiving air play on Americana stations throughout the United States and in Europe. Johnny Walker, Susie Wilson and Hank Alrich are Snake Oil and be performing in the Mineral Gallery at 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 9. Snake Oil, with Susie Wilson on vocals, Johnny Walker on harmonica and Hank Alrich on acoustic guitar, presents an eclectic blend of styles in the rural folk blues tradition. Snake Oil offers "authentic and at times stunning renditions of timeless classics," said Jim Norman, Greenville High School music teacher. The musical energy of this trio will surprise and delight those who enjoy spirited acoustic music and powerful blues singing. Mary Batson Sbero Fri. For Mary Batson Shero, playing and singing traditional music is a family tradition. She grew up hearing her mother and relatives singing folk songs of the United States and the British Isles. She eventually learned to play the guitar and began to sing on her own. Many of the songs she sings are old, some are a little newer, and they all have stories abottt life at different times and places in history. Shero is appearing in the Mineral Gallery Friday, Aug. 10, at 4 p.m. "Since 1985" 24-Hour Emergency Road Service Complete auto & truck repair Propane Complete Muffler & Exhaust Work Tire Sales & Service Rental Cars Available "We're growing wlth you" (530) 258-3062 333 Main St. P.O. Box 891 Chester, Ca. 96020 Britt Smith performs in the Thursday, Aug. 9, at 4 p.m. Britt Smith Britt Smith performs several California bands, sings and plays the piano, bass and fiddle. He enjoys playing from bluegrass, swing, folk, to blues, reggae Smith just finished acoustic bluegrass and Get all your parts & accessories and Rebuilt Truck & Tractor Industrial & Speed Parts FOREIGN OR DOMESTIC Summer Hours: Open 7 days a week Mon.-Fri. 7-6 Sat. 8-5 Sun 1759 E. Main St. 283-0660