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Mardi Gras Mambofest W/rhythmtown-jive, K-girls, Vicki Randle at Palms Playhouse

mo number5 uploaded this event on February 25, 2019

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Palms Playhouse
13 Main St
Winters, CA
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Mardi Gras Mambofest W/rhythmtown-jive, K-girls, Vicki Randle at Palms Playhouse

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Sat, March 2, 2019
8:00 pm

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Saturday, March 2 At Palms Playhouse in Winters, CA
Doors at 7:30pm, show at 8pm $20/$16 students. All ages.
Come celebrate Mardi Gras at The Palms Playhouse! Rhythmtown-Jive plays infectious dance music, delivering rhythm & blues, zydeco, jump-swing, rock & roll and New Orleans gems. They’ll be joined by The K-Girls (Keta Bill and Kathy Kennedy from Big Bang Beat) plus Vicki Randle (Tonight Show Band, Mavis Staples) to perform songs in the styles made popular by classic “girl groups” and female singers of New Orleans.

Rhythmtown-Jive is an exciting American roots combo featuring accomplished San Francisco Bay Area musicians recognized nationally for their versatility and outstanding skill. The band is fronted by vocalist and bassist Tim Eschliman (founding member of the Christmas Jug Band), whose credits include stints with Etta James, Commander Cody, and the Moonlighters, and includes Mike Rinta, Michael Peloquin, Ken Jacobs "Snakebite", Tim Eschliman, Kevin Zuffi and Kevin Dillon. Members of the band have played with Etta James, Frankie Ford, Commander Cody, La Vern Baker, Jesse Colin Young, Sly & The Family Stone, Boz Scaggs, The Temptations, John Lee Hooker, Joe Louis Walker, and The Drifters....

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