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Country rockers Art Mulcahy & Roadside Flare jam at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino

Art Mulcahy & Roadside Flare, a rock country group, headlines Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on Saturday, Nov. 11.
Courtesy / Art Mulcahy & Roadside Flare via Facebook |

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What: Art Mulcahy & Roadside Flare

When: Saturday, Nov. 11, 9 p.m.

Where: Hard Rock Hotel and Casino

Tickets: $10

Info: http://www.hardrockcasinolaketahoe.com

Fans of country — every style from Thomas Rhett to David Allan Coe — won’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind gig at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino this weekend. On Saturday, Nov. 11, Sacramento-based musicians Art Mulcahy & Roadside Flare will rock South Shore.

“Roadside Flare combines pieces of ‘90s and today’s country mixed with bits of rock, metal and a pinch of rhythm and blues. Roadside Flare is one of today’s up-and-coming independent original country acts,” states the band’s online biography.

The quintet is led by vocalist and guitarist Art Mulcahy, and includes guitarists Leland Vandermuelen and Ryan Beighley, drummer Joe Edwards and bassist Cliff Middlebrook. Together, the five released their first single, “Lets Her Hair Down,” in May earlier this year.



The group followed the song with the EP “How My Country Sounds,” which dropped in June and was recorded at Sacramento’s Pus Cavern Recording.

Art Mulcahy & Roadside Flare are currently preparing for a tour based on the EP that will take place next year.




“This band comes with a high-energy show! They will have you laughing, cheering and dancing the night away!” continues the bio.

Learn more about Art Mulcahy & Roadside Flare online at http://www.roadsideflare.com, or on Facebook (@roadsideflare).

Tickets for the country rock gig are available at http://www.hardrockcasinolaketahoe.com for $10. The show begins at 9 p.m. and is open to guests at least 21 years old.

— Lake Tahoe Action


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