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Sounds of a Sierra Solstice

June 19, 2014

CruiseShip Volunteers, shown above at a June 8 performance at Whoa Nellie Deli, is: (l-r) Jeff Starosta, Gilly McChesney, Marty Burgenbauch, Joe Cadotte, and Eric Ellis (front). Photo by Wendy Hernandez

CruiseShip Volunteers and SR2 will both be performing for the first Sierra Solstice Celebration from 5-10 p.m. this Saturday at Mill Creek Station, nine miles north of Bishop off U.S. Highway 395. The venue is owned by Mary Lou Long and Roger Derryberry, who have put a lot of effort into turning it into a viable cultural center for the area, and both groups are excited to have the opportunity to perform on Mill Creek Station’s uniquely beautiful outdoor stage at the base of a historical rock quarry. There is no cover charge for the event, but donations to the bands and Mill Creek Station will be gratefully accepted.  There will be an open barbecue and a potluck starting at 5 p.m., and all are encouraged to bring something. Or, feel free to just come to enjoy the music, which will start around 6:30.  

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