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Lakeside Inn and Casino welcomes British blues musician Mick Clarke

British blues musician Mick Clarke performs at Lakeside Inn and Casino on Saturday, Dec. 17.
Courtesy / Mick Clarke via Facebook |

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What: Mick Clarke

When: Saturday, Dec. 17, 9:45 p.m.

Where: Lakeside Inn and Casino

Tickets: Free

Info: http://www.lakesideinn.com

British blues musician Mick Clarke, who now resides in Lake Tahoe, headlines a night of free music at The Tavern in Lakeside Inn and Casino on Saturday, Dec. 17, beginning at 9:45 p.m.

“Born and raised in London, England, Mick heard his first blues guitar recording at age 9 and was forever changed. Already interested in the guitar, he had found his true calling. Turning down a scholarship at art college in favor of the blues, the years of musical study and practice began.

“By age 18 Mick was already playing shows around the UK with several different R&B bands, including a stint with the Shades of Midnight, which featured a young, but very talented, Billy Ocean, and much touring with Freddie Mack’s Extravaganza, a now-legendary R&B outfit often featuring 21 musicians onstage at once, including horns, dancers and backup singers,” states the musician’s Facebook biography.

Clarke has experience performing live with various bands and has worked on studio projects for both radio and television, in addition to releasing his own CD, “Looks Like Rain.”

The album includes tracks such as “There’s Nobody Home,” “North London Blues” and “Smokey Reggae.”

Lakeside Inn and Casino is located at 168 US 50 in Stateline, Nevada.

Additional information about Mick Clarke is available at http://www.mickclarke.net. Learn more about the venue at http://www.lakesideinn.com.

The Stateline establishment hosts live music every weekend, so be sure to visit the calendar for a complete listing of upcoming events!

— Lake Tahoe Action


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