Larry Carlin

THIS SHOW WAS RATED ONE OF THE TOP TEN SHOWS IN MARIN COUNTY IN 2006 BY PACIFIC SUN WRITER MATT KRAMER. YOU CAN READ THE STORY HERE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 9th Annual Thanksgiving Hillbilly Hootenanny did not take place at Rancho Nicasio in 2007 due to a questionable "scheduling conflict" by the venue. The event is on permanent hiatus for now, with the odds being that it will never take place again at Rancho. Thanks to everyone who came out and supported this highly successful and entertaining show over the years -- a show that was rated one of the "Top Ten Live Shows in Marin County in 2006" by the Pacific Sun newspaper!

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8TH ANNUAL THANKSGIVING HILLBILLY HOOTENANNY

WHO: KEYSTONE CROSSING, DR. ELMO & WILD BLUE, THE CASH MAGNETS, THE LAST CALL QUARTET, DAVE FREDRICKSON, DR. ELMO, AUDREY AULD, WARREN & HEIDI CLARE & THE HORSES THEY RODE IN ON, DANA RATH & JON MITGUARD, AND OTHER SPECIAL GUESTS

WHAT: BLUEGRASS AND COUNTRY MUSIC

WHEN: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2006, FROM 4-6:30 PM NO COVER

WHERE: RANCHO NICASIO, PETALUMA AND NICASIO VALLEY ROADS, NICASIO, CA

On Sunday, November 26th, 2006, the Eighth Annual Thanksgiving Weekend Hillbilly Hootenanny will take place at Rancho Nicasio. Hosted by Larry Carlin, his bluegrass and country duo Keystone Crossing -- with Claudia Hampe -- will be performing, as well as several special guest musicians from the Bay Area bluegrass and country music community, such as Dr. Elmo ("Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer"), The Cash Magnets, The Last Call Quartet, Dave Fredrickson, Audrey Auld Mezera, Warren (Hellman) & Heide Clare & The Horses They Rode In On, Dana Rath & Jon Mitguard, and others.

Read the2005 story by Matt Kramer from the Pacific Sun about last year's show here. The acts and date have changed, but everything else applies.

Rancho Nicasio is West Marin's finest eatery and musical venue. Come out and enjoy a fine afternoon of bluegrass and country music on Thanksgiving weekend!

For information, call Rancho Nicasio at (415) 662-2219. Or go to their website.

 

 


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