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Friends will gather Thursday to remember L.J. Lawrence

Tim Parsons
Jim Grant / Tahoe Daily Tribune file / Laurie Jean "L.J." Lawrence will be remembered Thursday at 8 p.m. at Cabo Wabo Cantina inside Harveys Resort Casino.
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Friends, family and all music lovers are invited to attend a celebration of the life of Laurie Jean “L.J.” Lawrence on Thursday at 8 p.m. at Cabo Wabo Cantina inside Harveys Resort Casino.

Lawrence, the bass player for the band Cool Black Kettle, was found dead last week at her home in Reno in what police are calling a murder.

“Bring love and fond memories for a very special lady, Laurie Jean,” said the band’s singer, Jesse Kalin.



Also, readers are encouraged to visit http://www.TahoeDailyTribune.com and listen to “A Tribute to L.J. Lawrence,” linked under “Multimedia Features,” to hear songs she recorded with Don Evans on the 2003 album “Heart of the Tribe.”


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