The Tavern at Lakeside Inn and Casino welcomes guitarist Lee Jones
If you go
What: Lee Jones
When: 9 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14
Where: Lakeside Inn and Casino
Lee Jones has played Hawaii, Oregon, San Diego, Canada, Texas, Virginia, Maryland, England and Peru. The guitarist’s latest travels find him in the Tavern at South Shore’s Lakeside Inn and Casino, where he performs Saturday night, Nov. 14. Entrance to the show is free.
Raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, Jones learned to play ukulele and guitar at age 13. His shows include rock and folk classics, as well as Hawaiian music and original songs.
“Over the course of the show, you’ll hear classics from the 50s, 60s, 70s, and part of the 80s,” according to Jones’ online biography. “There’ll be some classic light rock, songs by Creedence, The Eagles, Allman Brothers, Marshall Tucker, Jimmy Buffet, and many others from that era. Fifties, including songs from Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis, and others. You might hear some classic folk music, from guys like James Taylor, Jose Feliciano, and Dave Loggins, and others.”
Jones plays everything from guitar to ukulele to fiddle and utilizes multi-tracking technology to build his songs from the ground up.
“I’ve played for every kind of audience imaginable, people of all ages, from quiet restaurants, to loud, rowdy bars, dance halls, coffee shops, corporate functions, concerts, and everything in between,” according to the bio.
Lakeside Inn and Casino is located at 168 U.S. Highway 50 in Stateline.
More information is available at http://www.lakesideinn.com.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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