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Jason King to join the Buddy Emmer Blues Band for free show

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If you go

What: Jason King and the Buddy Emmer Blues Band

When: 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 24

Where: Harrah’s Lake Tahoe

Tickets: Free

Info: http://www.caesars.com/harrahs-tahoe

Reno guitarist Jason King will join the Buddy Emmer Blues Band for a Tuesday, May 24, performance at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe.

The free show at the Casino Center Stage is one of the Buddy Emmer Blues Band’s weekly performances at the Stateline casino. King will add his unique touch to the versatile blues band.

“Jason’s Stratocaster cries and wails out, luring listeners deep into the band’s seductive, captivating grooves,” according to an online biography from the Jason King Band. “With the chords his uncle taught him when he was 11 years old dimpled into his fret boards, his family’s musical history is scratched up and down the necks of his guitars.

“Jason’s guitar is an extension of his soul. He only approaches song writing with his six-string partner strapped over his shoulder. He crafts his melodic songs from his extensive musical past. Jason’s influences, ranging from the Allman Brothers to Zeppelin, provide the color in all of the band’s memorable songs.”

King has performed all over Northern Nevada, including the Big Easy Festival, the Nugget Rib Cook-off and El Dorado’s BBQ, Brews & Blues Festival.

The Buddy Emmer Blues Band is also a mainstay of the Northern Nevada music scene.

“A versatile party blues band whose musical style includes every form of blues from the 1930s up to modern blues, this rockin’ blues band will be sure to please any age group at any venue,” according to the band’s website.

Harrah’s Lake Tahoe is located at 15 U.S. Highway 50.

More information is available at http://www.caesars.com/harrahs-tahoe.

— Lake Tahoe Action


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