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‘Past Due and Playable’ coming to Kentucky Mine

Sierra City’s Music at the Mine, the summer concert series at the Kentucky Mine, continues Saturday with “Past Due and Playable,” based on Nevada City.

For more than 15 years, these talented musicians have entertained audiences up and down the West Coast with their original material, humorous stage presence, and tight vocal harmonies.

Bluegrass, newgrass, swing, folk, country and comedy are all part of their repertoire. If you like original acoustic music that will leave you with a smile on your face, you’ll really enjoy “Past Due and Playable.”



The open-air amphitheater at the historic Kentucky Mine is one of Sierra County’s true gems. Situated at the top of the hill next to the historic stamp mill building, it provides an intimate venue for just 200 concert goers, with plenty of room for dancing.

Tickets for the “Past Due and Playable” show are $15. Other upcoming shows include Mad Dash on Saturday, July 26, $15; Bob Mora and the Third Degree Blues Band on Saturday, Aug. 2, $15. Shows start at 7:30 p.m. Come at 6 p.m. and enjoy a delicious barbecue dinner prepared by Chef Bob Morales and served in the pine-shaded picnic area at the Kentucky Mine. Dinner is $15 per person.




For program details and ticket prices see http://www.KentuckyMine.org or contact Bob Morales at the Old Sierra City Hotel, (530) 862-1300. Links to area lodging can also be found on the Web site.

– Special to The Union


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