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Dale Head to play at Sacramento Music Festival

Local favorite Dale Head will perform blues and jazz tunes at the Sacramento Music Fesitival this weekend.
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Local favorite Dale Head will perform blues and jazz tunes at the Sacramento Music Fesitival this weekend.

Head will sing and play with his 17-Piece MindWinder Orchestra at the festival, which runs Friday through Monday at various sites in “Old Sacramento.”

“I’m excited to be performing at the Music Festival for the first time,” said Dale Head. “This is my dream band. We’re featuring some major league talent, including the Grammy-winning Steffen Kuehn in the trumpet section, Steve Dunne (from Cold Blood) on guitar, and Larry Antonino of Pablo Cruise on bass.”



Head’s lineup includes favorites from The Eagles, Van Morrison, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Van Halen, Joe Williams, Sammy Davis Jr., Frank Sinatra and Harry James, among many others.

His shows will be 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. Friday, as well as 12:30 p.m. Saturday.




In addition, at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Dale will be singing, playing the trumpet and leading his talented quintet, The SwingOMatics, on an intimate review of the great jazz voices.

From Michael Franks to Chet Baker, and from Al Jarreau to Louis Armstrong, Dale revisits the voices in our collective consciousness that allow us to feel the story of the songs. Dale’s show also features pop voices like Jim Morrison of the Doors and Billy Joel who, like the great writers of the Great American Songbook, brought depth of expression and had elements of swing and jazz in their modern pop hits.

To learn more, go to dalehead.net or call 530-362-1300. To purchase tickets for the Sacramento Music Festival, go to sacmusicfest.com/tickets.


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