Cash Only Band at Lake Tahoe’s historic Boathouse Theater
June 25, 2010
The Cash Only Band is set to play Lake Tahoe Valhalla Arts, Music, and Theater Festival at 7:30 p.m. July 1 in the historic Boathouse Theater.
Founded by front man guitarist Davin Kangas in 2002, the Cash Only Band started out as a Johnny Cash Tribute band and is a musical interpretation not an impersonation. Also featured will be the music of other popular artists including Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson and David Allen Coe.
Other band members include South Lake Tahoe’s Nate Alcorn on upright bass, bringing a western swing and slap style, and Raybob Bowman on Pedal Steel, who has performed for more than 30 years professionally with the likes of Naomi and Wynona Judd. Lowell Wilson is on the keyboard and synthesizer with his honky-tonk piano style and rock organ-type sounds, along with Tom Parodie on Drums with an innovative style.
“We’re looking forward to performing at this wonderful location and it will be a great show,” Kangas said. “We’re also proud to support our veterans and troops as the American Legion Post 795 has been a pivotal part of our growth and success.”
Tickets are $15 for adults age 18 to 54; $12 for ages 13-17 and 55 and over; 12 and under are $5. Military and student discounts are available.
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The annual Valhalla Arts, Music and Theater festival is located on the shores of Lake Tahoe at the historic Tallac Site. The festival is in its 31st season with a summer-long entertainment series including theatrical presentations, an entire series of classical, jazz, Celtic, ethnic and popular music; the return of the Wa She Shu It Deh Native American Festival and Latino Day. Guests to the site will find visual arts exhibits; an artists-in-residence, children’s art workshops, youth theater camps and a Cultural Arts Store.
The annual Lake Tahoe Valhalla Arts, Music, and Theater Festival will run through September 30 at the Tahoe Tallac Historic Site located at 1 Valhalla Rd., Highway 89, South Lake Tahoe. For the full schedule, call (530) 541-4975 or visit http://www.valhallatahoe.com. Ticket prices vary and some events are free.
Tahoe Tallac Association was formed in 1979 as a nonprofit organization with the goal of assisting the Forest Service in restoring the three estates on the Tallac Historic Site, developing the site as a historic center and sponsoring/producing the Valhalla Arts & Music Festival held annually on the Heller Estate of the Tallac Historic Site.
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