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* MADS TOLLINGMADS TOLLING

Time: 7:00 pm

Mads Tolling, internationally renowned performer, composer, and two-time Grammy award winner for best classical crossover album, celebrates the music of the ‘60s Mad Men Era with his own distinctive style and innovative flair. Playing the 60’s is a fun program that is at once nostalgic as well as contemporary. Featured selections include Academy Award-winning movie themes, popular TV classics, and hit recordings ranging from “Mission Impossible” and “The Pink Panther” to “Meet The Flintstones” and "Georgia On My Mind."

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* A Tribute to Linda Ronstadt A Tribute to Linda Ronstadt

Time: 7:00 pm

A native of Tucson, Arizona, Linda Ronstadt is recognized as one of the most important and popular interpretive singers of the 70's, having earned a succession of platinum-selling albums and chart-toppings hits. Throughout the ‘70s, her easy and laid-back pop infused by her folky roots set her apart from her contemporaries, as she effortlessly moved into the ‘80s, and has remained a fixture in the hearts of the legion of fans who love her! With over 30 studio albums, eleven Grammy Awards, three American Music Awards, two Academy of Country Music Awards, an Emmy Award, and more, Linda is one of the most prolific and beloved singers of all-time. Featuring a beautiful selection of Linda's biggest rock hits from the 70's, her alternative country hits, big band/jazz songs, and her softer 80's rock ballads, this show will have you singing and swaying along as you are dazzled by the velvety voice of Laura Berger and her special guest, Miguel Jackson. This is the tribute you have been waiting for, so get ready for the musical journey of a lifetime!

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* TSO STRING QUARTETTSO STRING QUARTET

Time: 7:00 pm

Tucson Symphony Orchestra’s String Quartet is described by the Arizona Daily Star as “the closest thing Arizona has to a European chamber ensemble.” The TSO string quartet provides classical recital performances, children’s performances, adult education programs and string quartet workshops. Each year the TSO String Quartet performs in Tucson, Green Valley, Sun City and other communities throughout Arizona. The repertoire spans the music of the Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Contemporary periods, often featuring works of twentieth century American composers.

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* GARY ALLEGRETTO HARMONICOWBOYGARY ALLEGRETTO HARMONICOWBOY

Time: 7:00 pm

Gary Allegretto is an award-winning cowboy singer, songwriter and musician whose rare abilities on the harmonica are virtually one-of-a-kind. American Cowboy magazine calls his performances... "Amazing. You've never seen or heard anything like him!" He is quite simply one of the best harmonica players you'll ever see or hear. Gary’s music draws from the very roots of Western music and his imaginative and sometimes laugh-out-loud funny songs paint pictures from his diverse life experience. Gary's dazzling musicianship has earned him a Best of the West Award and five Western Music Association award nominations, including Outstanding Entertainer and Outstanding Instrumentalist. His most recent recording is currently #1 on the Western Music radio charts and his unique brand of song writing and music has been featured on soundtracks for major motion pictures and television. Don't miss your chance to witness the world's top "Harmonicowboy"!

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* LEARN TO PLAY HARMONICALEARN TO PLAY HARMONICA

Time: 1:00 pm

Have you always wanted to play a harmonica? Join the world-famous “Harmonicowboy” Gary Allegretto for his award-winning workshop and be fully entertained as you receive a shiny new Hohner on which you'll learn to play four songs in lightning speed - guaranteed. Family fun for adults and kids (ages 5 - 105). NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY AND EVERYTHING IS PROVIDED. Only $20 admission includes top quality harmonicas, song booklets, and everything needed for this remarkably entertaining workshop… and the harmonicas alone are worth nearly that! Get your tickets early, this often sells out.

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* JACK LASSETERJACK LASSETER

Time: 7:00 pm

This is the exciting yet tragic story of the famous pathfinder, John C. Frémont, who mapped the west for American settlement. He and his wife, Jesse, the daughter of the famous Manifest Destiny senator from Missouri, Thomas Hart Benton, led a roller-coaster life. Beginning as newlyweds, desperately in love, to conquerors of California in the Bear Revolt, from court-martial and discharge in the army to general in the same army, from social disgrace to world-wide fame and the first Republican candidate for President of the United States, from poverty to fabulous wealth in the California gold fields and back again to poverty at the end. It was a whirlwind life whose story leaves one breathless. Come and hear the reason so many things are named Frémont.

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* PAVLO PAVLO

Time: 7:00 pm

Pavlo has come full circle since he introduced his Mediterranean brand in 1998, primarily recording all-instrumental music. Pavlo has an unmatched ability to melodically unite world instruments into his sound seamlessly, all the while staying true to his distinct Mediterranean guitar signature.

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* CLASS OF ’68CLASS OF ’68

Time: 7:00 pm

This annual salute to the Billboard top songs from 50 years ago features chart toppers from 1968 such as, “I Say a Little Prayer”, “Born to Be Wild,” “Dance to the Music,” “Hey Jude” and “Honey.” Take a “Magic Carpet Ride” back to a time when you could sing along and didn’t want to change the dial when they played a new hit song!

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* CLASS OF ’68CLASS OF ’68

Time: 7:00 pm

This annual salute to the Billboard top songs from 50 years ago features chart toppers from 1968 such as, “I Say a Little Prayer”, “Born to Be Wild,” “Dance to the Music,” “Hey Jude” and “Honey.” Take a “Magic Carpet Ride” back to a time when you could sing along and didn’t want to change the dial when they played a new hit song!

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* DAVE STAMEYDAVE STAMEY

Time: 7:00 pm

Returning to CPAC for a record sixth year in a row, Dave’s stories, songs and humor about living and working in the west continue to mesmerize audiences across the nation. Dave has been called the "Charlie Russell of Western Music" by Cowboys and Indian Magazine. In 2010 and 2014 True West Magazine named him the Best Living Western Solo Musician. The Western Music Association has named Stamey Entertainer of the Year six times, Male Performer of the Year five times and Songwriter of the Year five times. He also holds the Will Rogers Award from the Academy of Western Artists. As his friend Baxter Black says: "California gave us Buck Owen, the condor and Dave Stamey...I'll take Davey any day!" Dave Stamey has been a cowboy, a mule packer, a dude wrangler and is now one of the most popular Western entertainers working today. He has delighted audiences in twenty states and finds that he prefers this to being stomped by angry horses.

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* DAVE STAMEYDAVE STAMEY

Time: 7:00 pm

Returning to CPAC for a record sixth year in a row, Dave’s stories, songs and humor about living and working in the west continue to mesmerize audiences across the nation. Dave has been called the "Charlie Russell of Western Music" by Cowboys and Indian Magazine. In 2010 and 2014 True West Magazine named him the Best Living Western Solo Musician. The Western Music Association has named Stamey Entertainer of the Year six times, Male Performer of the Year five times and Songwriter of the Year five times. He also holds the Will Rogers Award from the Academy of Western Artists. As his friend Baxter Black says: "California gave us Buck Owen, the condor and Dave Stamey...I'll take Davey any day!" Dave Stamey has been a cowboy, a mule packer, a dude wrangler and is now one of the most popular Western entertainers working today. He has delighted audiences in twenty states and finds that he prefers this to being stomped by angry horses.

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* John Denver TributeJohn Denver Tribute

Time: 7:00 pm

Chris Collins and Boulder Canyon have toured the country together delighting audiences with their talent, warmth and humor. Collins and some of the original artists of Boulder Canyon originally met in Aspen, Colorado at the largest annual celebration of John Denver’s life and music. Since that first initial meeting, Collins and Boulder Canyon have gone on to tour from coast to coast to pay tribute to the music of John Denver. Although you may detect some similarities in voice and appearance, Chris Collins brings amazing energy to the stage as an award-winning singer, songwriter and entertainer. The fantastic talents of Boulder Canyon consists of Chris Collins on guitar, Kevin Delmolino on bass, Alexander Mitchell on mandolin/fiddle and Bill Powell on keyboards. The band has been playing to much acclaim from audiences in theaters from coast to coast, including breaking a theater record for the largest audience ever to attend an event. Collins and Boulder Canyon are not an impersonation act, but seek to honor John Denver’s legacy with fresh energy and musical integrity.

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* LAMONT ARTHUR: ONE MAN BANDLAMONT ARTHUR: ONE MAN BAND

Time: 7:00 pm

Originally from Panama, Lamont Arthur is a versatile solo performer with the sound and energy of an entire band. When you see and hear this master musician you will witness someone who truly loves what he does with a passion that is also infectious. Although Lamont performs solo, what you will hear belies what you see. Being a studio engineer, Lamont creates the backing tracks which include background vocals, hypnotic beats, and lush arrangements that rivals just about any group. He plays the keyboards, drums and sings along with the tracks to create an awesome visual and aural experience. Over his 35-year career, Lamont has developed an extensive repertoire ranging from Jazz, Gospel, Funk, Ballads, Contemporary, Latin and Blues. Lamont has amassed countless recording credits and was the recipient of the 2012 Local Jazz Hero Award presented by the Jazz Journalist Association and The Jake Feinberg Show.

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* Donna SummerDonna Summer

Time: 7:00 pm

Spend an evening with powerhouse performer Crystal Stark as she and her 10-piece band capture the sound and energy of the legendary Donna Summer. Last Dance features classics such as “Dim all the Lights,” “MarArthur Park,” “Bad Girls,” Enough is Enough,” and also includes a rare glimpse at Donna’s early Gospel background. Break out your bell bottoms and get ready for an evening of “Hot Stuff.”

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* REVOICEDREVOICED

Time: 7:00 pm

ReVoiced is much more than a great vocal ensemble. Their signature sound fuses the classic concept of a cappella with a sleek, modern twist and show-stopping stage presence. Tight harmonies, incredible solo vocals, sharp movement, witty banter, and tasteful audience interaction make this group a world-class entertainment experience.

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* RUN BOY RUN Bluegrass and FolkRUN BOY RUN Bluegrass and Folk

Time: 7:00 pm

Existing in the tension between tradition and frontier, Telluride Bluegrass Festival Band Contest winner and Prairie Home Companion guest, Run Boy Run, truly exceeds the sum of its parts as touches of classical, jazz, and folk express themselves through the old-time core of the band’s unique sound.

     
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