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What’s happening at Cooper’s

Friday: Moot Davis & Pete Anderson featuring the Cool Deal band ” honky-tonk country and western that twangs all night long! Opening the show is The Cowlicks, alternative country music, California style. 8 p.m. – 12 a.m.

Friday and Saturday: The Jude Bowerman Band ” supa-hot groove maniacs from Seattle. 9:30 p.m. -1 a.m.



Feb. 22 (and every Tuesday): Open Mic Night with your host, Albert Martinez. 8 p.m.-ish-who knows?

Feb. 23: The Secretions from Sacramento, The Man O’Malleys from Nevada City, Below The Belt from Grass Valley, hard-edged underground rock. 9 p.m.-ish-12 a.m.-ish.




All weeknight shows are 8 p.m. – 11 p.m. (or 8:30-ish to midnight or beyond, depending on the crowd). All weekend shows are 9:30 p.m. – 1 a.m. (occasionally a tad longer if the band is grooving).

Cooper’s Saloon is located at 235 Commercial St., Nevada City.

For more information, call 265-0116 or e-mail coopersaloon@jps.net.

‘Mild, Mild West’ tickets on sale

Tickets are now on sale at Sierra Pines UMC for the Mystery Dinner presentation of “The Mild, Mild, West.” This is a hilarious mystery featuring many local players and a special appearance by the talented Forty-Niner Rockers singers and dancers. The Friday and Saturday dinner shows are at 6 p.m. March 4 and 5. The Sunday, March 6, dessert matinee will be at 2 p.m. Evening performances feature a meal, show, and will test your detective skills. The Sunday matinee will provide you with the same show and a delicious dessert. Tickets are $14 for the evening performance and $10 for the matinee.

Call Jeannie at 268-3010 for tickets and more information.

Call for musicians by Foothill Theatre

The Foothill Theatre Company is searching for musicians to make up the jazz trio that accompanies “My Way,” a tribute to Frank Sinatra.

The piece requires keyboards, stand-up bass and drums. The production opens June 24 and continues Thursdays through Sundays until Aug. 14. All positions are paid.

Call Karyn at the business office at 265-9320 for more information.


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