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Alt country band I See Hawks in L.A. peforms at Valhalla Tahoe

I See Hawks in L.A. performs at Valhalla Tahoe on Wednesday, Aug. 16.

South Shore welcomes Los Angeles-based folk country trio I See Hawks in L.A. to Valhalla Tahoe for a psychedelic performance on Wednesday, Aug. 16.

According to Valhalla Tahoe's site, I See Hawks in L.A. is "possibly the most influential modern alt country band out of Southern California, with rich harmonies and a way outsider approach to Americana.

"Their original songs are steeped in a rich sense of geography and cultural place, a mind-bending, uniquely California perspective.

"I See Hawks in L.A. formed in the first year of the 21st century on a desert journey that has led to seven releases, UK/Europe and U.S. tours, and way too much fun," concludes the site.

Over the years, the band has worked alongside artists including Chris Hillman, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Dave Alvin, Dave Zirbel and more.

The group released its latest album ("Mystery Drug") in 2013, continuing the trend of variety and unique sound.

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"In their past musical lives, in bands ranging from '60s psychedelia, hardcore bluegrass, avant garde polka, world beat, circus, cabaret, '80s country and world beat, to experimental guitar instrumental music, the Hawks members have scored a feature film and several documentaries, provided songs, and appeared in countless movies and television shows," states the band's Facebook biography.

Don't miss your chance to see this one-of-a-kind ensemble, which takes the stage at Valhalla's Boathouse Theatre at 7:30 p.m.

General admission tickets for I See Hawks in L.A. are available for $22. Preferred seating is $30.

Additional information can be found online at http://www.valhallatahoe.com.

— Lake Tahoe Action

If you go …

What: I See Hawks in L.A.

When: Wednesday, Aug. 16, 7:30 p.m.

Where: Valhalla Tahoe

Tickets: $22-$30

Info: http://www.valhallatahoe.com

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