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The Dogs are out again

The Rock Dogs will perform rock ‘n’ roll favorites and music to dance to, the evening of Friday, April 19, at the Canyon Club in New Castle.

Betty Dylan

`purely American’

The duo known as Betty Dylan will perform at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 27, at Steve’s Guitars in Carbondale.

Betty Dylan is made up of the husband-and-wife team Dan and Vickie Dubelman, from California. Their CD, “American trash: 14 songs and a book,” has been called “purely American,” offering “a rare form of country rock with tremendous passion.” Betty Dylan has opened for Rodney Crowell and Hank Williams III.

Admission is $10 at the door. This show is appropriate for all ages. Call 963-3304 for more info.

Nine days of solid

music in Somerset

This summer, three, three-day weekends of live music will be held at the Crystal Meadows Resort, located just below Paonia Reservoir off Highway 133 near Somerset. Folks from this side of McClure Pass are sure to recognize some of the fine musical acts scheduled to perform.

The weekend of May 31, and June 1 and 2, enjoy “A Weekend of Bluegrass,” featuring Bluegrass Etc., Open Road, the Flying Dogs, Sweet Sunny South, Western Tradition, the Lone Pine Bluegrass Band and the Hand-Me-Downs.

On July 12-21, it’s “An Old Time Music and Dance Gathering,” with Uncle Earl with Sally Van Meter, Frank Lee, Pigs Eye Landing, High on the Hog, the Paine Family, Rick Meyer’s Old Time Music Show, dance caller Chris Kermiet and the Grouchy Geezer String Band.

Sept. 6-8, “An Acoustic Roots Music Weekend” includes Jim Hurst and Missy Raines, Pete Wernick’s Live Five, Mary Flower, Dan Sheridan, Kevin Dooley, Midnight Mesa, and Friends of Your Mother.

Weekend passes are $30, with daily rates available. Tickets are limited. Camp sites are available and parking is $3 per vehicle.

For details, call 877-886-9678 or 970-929-5656.

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