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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2001 11B it m~ ~J /iiii ' i k ,- Cheryl Wheeler I l lumas County Arts ~ion proudly an- their fall 2001 per- artist series, all con- place at the Town in Quincy. Tuesday, there are better of folk and than Cheryl Wheel- are few, if any, with As a songwriter, penned nuqwous lit (Suzy Boggus' Dan Seals' "Ad- while winning the admiration of Bette Midler : O'Connell. has a marvelously which is the female singer on circuit today. her songs can cer- the heart, she al- a wickedly com- l ic sense of humor--if Cheryl quit singing tomorrow, she could without question make a very good living as a stand-up comedian. Despite her low key, self- deprecating manner, Cheryl is truly one of the shining lights on today's folk scene. She is also a compatriot of Christine Lavin (one of the other "4 Bitchin' Babes") who captivated the local audience with an unprecedented charm last January. Expect no less of Cheryl. Dougle MacLean * Wednesday, Oct. 18 It is with great joy and an- ticipation that we welcome the return of one of the most exciting artists to have graced the stage of the Town Hall Theatre in the history of our performances. Dougie lights up a room, makes your heart swell to twice its size, I osciences depart- to groups of no fewer than 12 State Uni- and no more than 30 stu- is now accept- dents. !rvations for fieldReservations may be made university's Roth on the Web at for the fall 2001 by con- are availablefor tacting Cathy Brooks at Ough 12th-grade 898-5262. a limited For more information or to of will make reservations, contact Priority will be giv- the department of gee- who are study- sciences at 898-5262 or visit just completed athe Web site on astronomy. . each and are limited Room. Great Rate. Per NigM Sun.-Thur ASK FOR SUSAN Hotel/Casino )$14771 t ~w'~ ~ilverdubcom [ Vklorion ~QooR I ~ooek~ I k(eo~s from tSe N~gge! '~e ~(o4x~ 2001 ~b~,'~ 9!3101 & 9113/01 S~d ~ m,o,~o~l,~ I I and (coming from a culture where he tells us "music is a participatory sport") has you tapping your toes and singing he was homesick for Scot- along, land, has become somewhat Dougie MacLean is one of of a Scottish anthem, rising Scotland's most gifted and straight to number 1 (m the successful contemporary Scottish charts. singer/songwriters. His inno- vative work has created a High Sierra Latin Jazz All- modern interpretation of tra- Stars Thursday, Nov. 29 ditional music which re- Robert l)rake makes hi:~ mains rooted in the ancient third annual visit with an ~,~- Scot culture, semble ~f t)r()fi:~.icm,;d [~]~-~ tie has peri0rmed on stages clans with a passion, for in numerous countries (in- jazz--contemporary, swing. eluding New York's Carnegie Latin and Brazilian with fla- Hall) from which he has menco flavors. Among other drawn a devoted, world wide featured performers: Bobby following. Drake will be playing lead His songs have been guitar and Paul Perez. former recorded by many top per- player with Tower of l'ower formers in a variety of these and Smokey Robinson (who countries, including Kathy wowed the crowd at the 2(~ Mattea, Frankie Miller and show) dominates the stage on Delores Keane. Dougie's mu- tenor sax. You (:an also counl sic was used for "The Last of on guest spots with some le- the Mohicans" movie sound cal stars. track. His albums have won The "All-Stars" cover such him, at last count, six gold familiar songs as Roberta discs (over 500,000 each sold) Hack's "Killing Me Softly," and he has appeared on sev- "Can't tlelp Falling in Low: erat collections on the Punta- With You," as well as "And I mayo label, including one de- Love Her" by the Beatles. You voted exclusively to his work. can also count on some jazz "Caledonia," a song he wrote standards, solid funk, high more than 15 years ago when " ~ i - \ Football " Starting September lOth - Special Menu - $1.50 draft beers Pizza, buffalo wings & more! 3 Big Sony Vega T.V.'s Plumas Pines Golf Resort 402 Poplar Valley Rd. Graeagle 836-1111 Dougie MacLean energy I,atin and swing: ing our local audiences with bossa nova, rumbas and sam- uncommon opportunities to ba and selections from such experience some of the best jazz masters as Herbie ttan- talent coming our way in an cock. Miles Davis and Stan- intimate, quality venue at the ley Turentine. most reasonable prices possi- ble. Help keep this happening It is strongly encouraged while guaranteeing your that advance series tickets be place at all of these wonder- purchased. By choosing the ful concerts. may secure your seats for periormances include~lohn each of these shows. Fall 2001 Gorka in April, "Beatles are series purchasers will be giv- Back," and the council is still en preference for the same shopping. seats in the 2002 spring series For information on season purchase, ticket sales or tickets for indi- Buying tickets in advance vidual concerts, contact the allows buyers an additional Plumas County Arts Commis- discount, and the council can sion at 283-3402 or keep planning ahead, provid- . We have returned to our fall schedule Movies nightly at 7:00 pm Friday & Saturday 7:00 & 9:00 (Approx.) A COMfDY TO KICK AND Monday ,, Ladies I~, TOUlH HALL THEATRE ~M . 2 for $9.00 W~y . Coupl~' NiDht . 2 for ~9.50 Adults ............. $6.00 Children ............ $4.00 Students & Seniors ............ $5.00 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK email: 283-1140 469 Main St., Quincy, CA A non-profit corporation bringing entertainment to the community.