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Cedric Burnside Project

Cedric Burnside

Bluesdays 10th season in The Village at Squaw Valley concludes with a rare treat, the percussive, hypnotic Hill Country blues from the Cedric Burnside Project. Cedric Burnside is the son of drummer Calvin Jackson and grandson of the all-time great R.L. Burnside. He began touring at age 13. “My granddad used to play out on the porch, and we’d have ...

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Foam Fest: California Honeydrops and Mojo Green

The California Honeydrops and Mojo Green perform the 29th annual Foam Feast in the Village at Squaw Valley from 2-6 p.m Saturday, Sept. 1. All proceeds from the event benefit Achieve Tahoe’s one-on-one adaptive sports programs. Enjoy live music while sampling craft beer from over 25 breweries with 50 different types of beer! All proceeds from the event benefit Achieve ...

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Bluesdays: Coco Montoya

Tahoe Onstage

One of the most respected artists in blues, Coco Montoya will appear at Bluesdays in The Village at Squaw Valley for the second-straight summer. Montoya is a graduate of the school of Albert. He plays guitar like Albert King, left-handed and upside down, but his tone sounds like Albert Collins. Montoya played drums and toured with Collins for nearly five ...

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Bluesdays: Terry Hanck

Terry Hanck

Bluesdays welcomes back Terry Hanck to The Village at Squaw Valley. A saxophone superstar with a bent for vintage rock and roll, Terry Hanck is a beloved Bluesdays headliner. He lives in Florida, but spends most of summers in California, where he built a fan base from 1977-87 when he was in Elvin Bishop’s band during its heyday of hit ...

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Bluesdays: Chris Cain

San Jose’s Cain has played Bluesdays in The Village at Squaw Valley more than any other artist. Chairlifts were open for skiers on the Fourth of July during his 2017 appearance. He attended a B.B. King concert when he was just 3 years old and it must have made quite an impression. You can hear King’s influence in everything he ...

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