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Buddy Tabor at nightLIVE!

Carol Feineman

Songwriter Buddy Tabor and bass player Mitch Franseth, both from Alaska, will play country-blues-influenced originals tonight at the Center for the Arts.

“Tabor sings and plays like the hiking boots he wore – big, loose, the laces untied,” stated The Anchorage Daily News.

Moving from the East Coast to Juneau in the late 1960s, Tabor recorded his first songs in the early 1980s and now has about 10 recordings released. His songs center around real-life issues. Touring this summer with his wife Jeanette who is Navajo, Tabor also writes songs about the life and ways of American Indians.

Tonight’s show is at 8.

Admission is $8 for KVMR members, and $10 in advance and $12 at the door for nonmembers. Advance tickets are at BriarPatch and Record Connection.

The center is at 314 W. Main St. in Grass Valley. Call 205-6656 for more information.

The KVMR nightLIVE! performance will be recorded and broadcast Oct. 31 on KVMR 89.5 FM radio.

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