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Page 20 Wedmmdwy, Au /, 2001 O Illicit is a popular rock band current- ly based in Truckee. Because the Illicit sound is primarily hard-core rock their music incorpo- rates the styles of such bands as the DeRones, tool, Nirvana, System of a Down and Korn. lllicit's original sound is also inspired from styles ranging from metal to surf rock to techno. Much indemand, Illicit has head- lined in Tahoe City and continues to make the rounds throughout the Tahoe Basin asa favorite within the local high school circ' t playing at three different school events.' , Illicit was the first place winner at the 2000 Plumas-Sierra County Fair Battle of the bands most recently a featured band at the Condon Skate Park benefit concert in Grass Valley which was sponsored by thrasher Magazine. The band consists of Dusty Heaton, on vocals and guitar;, Ty Freeman, gui- tar; Blake Reval, on bass; and Lucas Carbajal on drums and vocals. Leslie and Crow perform Sunday, Aug. 12, at 4 p.m. in the Mineral Gallery. I Leslie and Crow will be performing together just to annoy one another. their own brand of music in the They have also learned in their time Mineral Gallery Cafe Sunday. together, that they really have a lot in In 1999, the duo launched their Bleak common, that goes beyond their musi- Tour, which included a multi-faceted cal relationship. For instance, they program of music, stories, songs and admit to being dysfunctionally experi- poetry tossed up with some serious enced and fashionably challenged, musicianship and also small amounts which has set them apart from many of of silliness, the usual musical sets in Plumas As legend has it, the couple first met County. at a Get A Life Festival in Bubba Holler. What Leslie Mink and her sidekick Since then, or at least until their tour in Crow have to offer in their program at '99, and maybe ever since, they've been the Plumas-Sierra County Fair should stuck in a relationship that neither can be part of the fun of watching them per- tolerate or abandon. But they remain form. Mineral Gallery Care the place to be For a little culture, a place to sit a also for sale. spell and a chance to get'out of the sun, Musicians and poets will also be mak- the Mineral Gallery Care is open Aug. 8- ing appearances throughout the 12 from noon to 10 p.m. Plumas-Sierra County Fair. Check the Plumas County artists have been calendar of events for times. invited to show their works, which are Fiat TIbcS 2 l,Plmnas-S/crra Members of the local group known as Heartstrings will be performing as strolling mont around the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds on Sunday, Aug. 12. Members William Kelley, Leslie Mink, Gordon Keller and Unda Margaretic. The Quincy Chapter of California Women in would like to thank the community for its continued su Come visit our booth in the Main california Women Exhibit Building at the fairgrounds, in Timber' Gina Bresdani McGirr Grange Agent Rocky Mou ntain License 0B39888 The Mayflower Progressive GRANGE INSZZRANCE GROUP Brcsciani Agency 1775 Quincy Junction Road, Quincy, CA 95971