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Sierra-at-Tahoe’s pub to host Placerville songwriter Patrick Walsh

Patrick Walsh plays a free show at Sierra-at-Tahoe this Sunday, Dec. 27.
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If you go

What: Patrick Walsh

When: 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 27

Where: Sierra-at-Tahoe’s Sierra Pub

Tickets: Free

Info: http://www.sierraattahoe.com

Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort will host a favorite from Placerville this weekend when Patrick Walsh plays the ski area’s Sierra Pub Sunday, Dec. 27.

“Storyteller, producer and multi-instrumentalist Patrick Walsh brings a fresh sound from the world of no genres,” according to his online biography. “Born and raised in the gold rush towns of Northern California he often incorporates local history and experiences into his songs. Classically trained and first introduced to music through the piano at age six, he now plays and records with nearly twenty different instruments. Walsh has been steadily performing his one man band originals live opening up for such acts as Hank Williams III, and Wayne ‘The Train’ Hancock. A firm believer in ‘if you want it done right do it yourself’ Walsh writes, plays all instruments, records, masters, and even does most of the art work for his albums.”

Walsh is a regular performer at South Shore’s Basecamp Pizza and has released dozens of albums in his lifetime.

“A Sierra favorite, Patrick Walsh, returns to Sierra with a solo performance that can’t be missed,” according to the resort. “The Sierra Pub is the perfect place to unwind after an awesome morning of shredding the slopes. Kick back, soak up the sunshine and enjoy a cold beer from the Sierra Pub.”

Sierra-at-Tahoe resort is located at 1111 Sierra at Tahoe Road in Twin Bridges.

More information is available at http://www.sierraattahoe.com.

— Lake Tahoe Action


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