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Bringing the Dead back to life: Jerry Bash celebrates 26 years

The Broken Compass bluegrass band rocks the Pioneer Park band shell during Jerry Bash Saturday evening in Nevada City. The band originated out of Grass Valley, though it’s mostly centered around Chico, where band members go to college. They are currently recording their first album. More information is at brokencompassbluegrass.com.
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Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead-inspired art were in abundance during Saturday’s Jerry Bash held in Nevada City’s Pioneer Park. The event, now in its 26th iteration, is held during the week of Jerry Garcia’s birthday.
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Music lovers young and old could be seen enjoying Jerry Bash Saturday in Nevada City. The Deadbeats headlined the festival.
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People line up to get their tie dyed festival shirts. The event was put on by the Miners Foundry.
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Kyle Ledson of Broken Compass blugrass band thanks the crowd following their set during Saturday’s Jerry Bash.
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Jerry Bash festival goer Diana Gamzon was nothing but smiles during the event, where her birthday was also celebrated.
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Food, drink, art and vendor booths could be found at Jerry Bash Saturday in Nevada City.
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