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Kris and George together again

After a successful appearance in February 2013, Kris and George will return in concert to the Off Broadstreet Theatre for a one night only performance Saturday. Kris Stepanian and George Souza will play beginning at 8:15 p.m. at the Nevada City cabaret theater. Their 90-minute program will include Crazy, Walkin’ After Midnight,

Fever, All of Me, My Funny Valentine, Someone Like You, Ain’t No Sunshine, Summertime, Time After Time, Blue Bayou, Landslide plus a dozen more hit songs.

Stepanian, an Off Broadstreet regular, was last seen in Frankie Tonini’s Holiday Variety Show. The Nevada County native has enjoyed many accomplishments and accolades including, an Elly Award, Miss Nevada County Fair Queen, Gold Country Idol and numerous other singing competition titles.



Souza is a master of jazz, flamenco and all things related to the guitar (and trumpet). He has been a regular on the Tahoe music scene for many years as well as a regular at Friar Tuck’s and Matteo’s in Nevada City. His latest CD, “Another Night,” is a compilation of many of the songs in his vast repertoire. Souza’s latest claim to almost-fame is his one-night gig with Sir Paul McCartney at a downtown Truckee bar a few years ago. This is Souza’s second appearance on the Off Broadstreet stage.

2014 season tickets holders are eligible for admission to this concert. Pre-show entertainment by Chris Crockett begins at 7:15 p.m. Admission is $25. For reservations, call 530-265-8686.


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