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Posted by: thepinetree on 04/11/2019 08:06 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 04/11/2019 08:08 PM
Expires: 04/11/2029 12:00 AM
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A Concert Celebrating the Avery Hotel Restoration featuring The Rhythm Riders & Tom Drinnon

Avery, CA...The Avery Hotel Restoration is Complete! Built in 1851, the 167-year-old landmark Avery Hotel has been restored to its original splendor and has added a beautiful new stage, nestled among the trees and lending its ambiance to concerts and dancing under the night skies. Inaugurating the new stage are the popular Johnny Cash / Patsy Cline tribute band,





The Rhythm Riders. Fronted by award-winning vocalists Johnny and Dee Price, The Rhythm Riders will perform some of Johnny Cash’s favorite train songs. The legacy of the great Johnny Cash is indelibly linked with trains. His vast catalog of songs celebrating the steam locomotive attests to America’s romance with railroading.

Johnny Price brings Cash’s legacy to life with love, respect and authenticity. Presenting classic songs including Wabash Cannonball, Hey Porter, and Wreck of the Old 97, Price’s rich baritone voice and easy delivery leave the audience feeling as though they have had a brush with the Man In Black himself.

Dee Price struts her stuff with her soulful presentation of Patsy Cline, while The Rhythm Riders give attention to every detail, from the creative musical arrangements to the melodic harmonies.

WS Holland, Johnny Cash’s drummer for 37 years, has played with The Rhythm Riders and calls them “one of the best Johnny Cash tribute bands in America today.”

Tom Drinnon opens the show with his acclaimed Tim McGraw tribute. Tom pursued his musical dream from an early age, moving to Nashville at twenty-three and signing with a major management company. From there he went on the road, and has performed with artists including Carrie Underwood, Randy Travis, Tim Mcgraw, and Patty Loveless. Best known for his authentic Country sound and versatile range, Tom Drinnon is sure to please any crowd.

Location: The Avery Hotel, 4573 Moran Road, Avery, CA 95224
Date and Time: Saturday, May 11, 2019 3pm – 8pm.
Texas BBQ $10 (Bring your own beverage.) 3pm – 5pm
Concert starts at 6pm.
Age: This is an adult event, 21+ only.
Tickets: averyhotelconcert.brownpapertickets.com
Hotel Accommodations: Private Rooms, very limited. $300
Camping sites available $45 / site, 2 person occupancy, limited- call ahead to reserve.

Buy tickets early – space is limited!


Event occurs on 05/11/2019 from 12:00 AM to .



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Posted on: 2019-04-11 20:25:56   By: Anonymous
 
No one has explained and no one had the intelligence to even ask what the bleach was all about. This is a classic example of the lack of critical thinking in our land.

Was it too bleach his skin and make him white? That is pretty weird, as the "assailants" were even blacker than him.

I still think he would have been better off with laundry detergent.
The bubbles would have made a festive atmosphere. And would also have eliminated the need for KY jelly.

It would have been a slippery, bubbly affair. And who wouldn't like that?

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