Past Events

PAST EVENTS 

 2017

Saturday, August 5, 2017, 9 am to 1 pm
The Ol’ Dunsmuir Faire, First Saturday of the Month
10 to 11 am Marc Wright, Vocals and Guitar – Jazz, and Folk
11 am to 1 pm Rick Garrett Latin Fingerstyle Guitar

 


Saturday, August 5, Private Evening Event

88f0da_7b07a199bba75cbfae728035c9672b3aSunday, August 6,  6pm, Pacific Crest Music Festival
Student Concert, Free, Come early for a seat, fills up fast! Donations gratefully accepted to help for musical scholarship. Read more.

alvicleslietomSaturday, August 12, 8pm
Double Duo Concert in Dunsmuir
Tom Scott and Leslie Tift, Americana
Allison Scull and Victor Martin, Acoustic Jazz Soul
Pops Performing Arts and Cultural Center will present a double duo concert with two well-known North State’s duo Allison Scull and Victor Martin with Tom Scott and Leslie Tift on Saturday, August 12, 8pm in Dunsmuir.  Read about this collaboration.

 

Wednesday, June 28th, 8pm (gates open 7:30pm )

Cover Price $10
Missy and Heine Andersen

Live Music: Soul Americana Blues artists out of San Diego
Read more.
Listen here to a blues version of “Come Together” by the Beatles.

 


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The Ol’ Dunsmuir Faire, First  Saturday of the Month
9 am to 1 pm
The first Saturday of the month
Crafts, Food, Art, Antiques, Music
Liza Wood will be offering New Orleans-style Muffuleta sandwiches and potato salad for your 4th of July picnics.
9 to 10 am Rock Renick on Guitar
10 to 11 am Allison Scull  – Original Ballads – vocals, guitarScreen Shot 2017-06-24 at 12.04.45 PM
11 to 1 pm Rick Garrett, Latin fingerstyle guitar
9 am to 1 pm – Sign your 0-5 children up for a free book a month.

July 1, 2017, 8 pm
Allison Scull and Victor Martin, $5 to 10, Patio Performance
Acoustic Soul Jazz (vocals, sax, guitar)
Allison & Victor create a sonic stew of jazz, blues, and folk with European and Latin original ballads, reggae, french songsand other musical spices


Screen Shot 2017-06-24 at 12.05.36 PMJuly 4th, 2017, 6 pm, $5 to 10
Allison Scull and Victor Martin

Acoustic Soul Jazz (vocals, sax, guitar)
Allison & Victor create a sonic stew of jazz, blues, and folk with European and Latin original ballads, reggae, french songsand other musical spices

 

Saturday, May 20th, 2017
Dunsmuir High School Prom


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Allison and Victor perform on the patio at Pops
Acoustic Jazz Soul-Guitar, Vocals, and Saxophone
A soulful mix of original music, classic jazz, and some blues tunes…
Allison Scull, Vocals, Guitar——Victor Martin Saxophone and Vocals, Stefan Schittko—keyboards


Screen Shot 2017-05-23 at 8.23.38 PMTuesday, May 30, 7pm, $7 – Box Dinners Available
The Page Turners
Bluegrass
“The Page Turners harness the best and deepest parts of bluegrass and old-time sounds as their own unique springboard for some wonderful new music. I love what Carolyn and Jake are doing and can’t wait to hear more!”–Bruce Molsky

Box Dinners will be available if you order by Sunday 10 am at lunchboxdinners@gmail.com.  Read more about the show and dinner.
View Printable flyer here.


Saturday, June 3rd, 7:30pm – new date!
Sound Advice
This funky R&B Dance Band performs on the patio at Pops


facebook-bannerSaturday, June 3,  9 am to 1 pm
The Ol’ Dunsmuir Faire
The first Saturday of the month
Crafts, Food, Art, Antiques
Bicycle repair man will be on hand

 


Pacific Crest FacultySunday, January 8, 2017, 7pm
Pacific Crest Chamber Musicians - Classical
with Michael Whitson, George Figueroa, Patrick Dalton Holmes, Laura Gaynon
Read more. 

 Whiskey GulchSaturday, January 28, 7:30 pm $10 suggested donation
Whiskey Gulch, Bluegrass Americana
Kevin Andras – guitar
Drew Braugh – mandolin
Tristan Behm – bass
Julie May – fiddle
Sam Cuenca – usually filling in for Drew
Zack Mondry – honorary long-distance member


 SNed Evettaturday, Feb. 4th, 7 pm
Ned Evett and Kim Philley
The Glass guitarist joined by singer Kim Philley
Robert Renick is opening up on guitar and vocals

Listen here.
Read about the duo. 

                                                                  Sat Feb 11, 7:30pm
urban-promo-copyAllison Scull and Victor Martin  “LOVE and UNITY TOUR”
Acoustic Jazz Soul
Read More
LIVE VIDEO
For Valentine’s Day Weekend, Allison and Victor embark on their own Love & Unity Tour. throughout the North State. Special Guest Stefan Schittko will perform on keyboards.

_________Sat March 18, 2017, 7pm
Pictures at an Exhibition – Classical
Pianist Svita Smaga
Produced by Music by the Mountain
Read more. 

 

                                                   Thursday, April 20, 5:30pm
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Facilitated by Victor Martin
A Night out for Dad
Brought to you by First 5 Siskiyou and the Dunsmuir Community Resource Center
No Charge but must register by calling 235-4400

 

Saturday, April 22, 5pm
Dunsmuir Citizen of the Year Award
For more details, see dunsmuir.com

 2016


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Russel Baba and Jeanne Mercer Perform Winds and Taiko
Celebrating Year’s End and the Beginning of the New
$10 suggested donation
Read about it.

 


 

swinginnscattinThursday, December 29, 7pm
Swingin’ n’  Scattin’ $10
Regional all-stars are joining together for a string-based jazz ensemble. This Mt Shasta based group performs a variety of styles, but this concert will focus on swing, bebop, straight ahead and some modern, featuring both instrumental and voice melodies.  It’s all about the music!

Musicians:
Caya Layman-Violin
Dave Theno-Voice, guitar
Don Cornell-Guitar
John Aviani-drums/percussion
Rick Garret-Guitar
Steve Layman-bass

Read about it. 

 

Friday, December 30,  8pm
AT&T (Aviani, Taforo & Taforo)
$10 suggested donation
A musical reunion of some well-loved jazz musicians. “Break the holiday blues with a bit of the ol’ brotherly funk! Jack Taforo on keys, Ted Taforo on horn, and John  Aviani drumming. ” See the facebook page and invite your friends.


December 31, 9 pm
New Year’s Eve Bash
$15 suggested donation at door
Sound Advice R&B, funk, blues dance band
Bar provided by Dunsmuir Rotary
Victor Martin on sax and vocals, Kenny Blockman on bass, Jimmy Pryor on drums, Stefan Schittko on keys, special guests Peter Brown on guitar and Ted Taforo on sax.

natalie-cressman-mike-bonoSunday, November 20, 2016, 7 pm $10 by donation
Natalie Cressman and Mike Bono
Jazz with folk and indie rock, vocals, trombone, guitar
Natalie & Mike are touring in support of their new duo CD ETCHINGS IN AMBER
Read more. and See Video here.

 

img_2794-2Friday, November 25, 2016, 7 pm
Duo Sapphire – An Evening of Enchanted Melodies
- Classical
Michal Palzewicz on cello and Chiharu Sai on piano
Saint-Saens, Debussy, Ravel, Chopin, Francour, and Bartok
$20 General Admission at the door
$5 for children and full-time students

Friday, September 9, 7:30pm
Allison Scull and Victor Martin
and the Midnight Band with Stefan Shittko on keys and Mike Harris on perussion
Fundraising Campaign Party for 4th CD
Live Music, Party, and film  created by EarthAlive Communications
Note: Stay tuned the link to the Indigogo Campaign will be live on this day and you can support the efforts starting on this day.


Saturday  September  10th, 6pm
Music  by the Mountain
Opening  Gala Fundraiser
Live Music,Dinner, Auction, no host bar.
Tickets $40.00 ($75.00 for 2)
Available  at Village Books,Mt Shasta or Call (530) 926-4000 to reserve.
Music by the Mountain is a local non-profit 501(c)(3) organization committed to bringing extraordinary classical musicians to our community and providing educational outreach for children and students of all ages.

 

 

Saturday, August 20th, 7:30 pm (Dance Party)
Sound Advice 
The Quintessential Blues/Funk Bank from Siskiyou County
$10
Bar provided by the Eagles

Sunday, Aug 21st, 7 pm
Pacific  Crest Music Festival
Faculty Concert,  $20
Read more.

Wednesday, July 27, 7:30 pm
UltraFaux – Original Gypsy Jazz Music
UltraFaux, is a Baltimore based all-original acoustic ensemble that draws inspiration from legendary guitarist Django Reinhardt. Read all about them.

Lunchbox dinners available Thai peanut noodles with organic chicken, tofu and vegetables  (rice noodles, peanut sauce) (veggie with just tofu)).You must order 24 hours in advance by emailing lunchboxdinners@gmail.com $12. All orders handled through Liza Wood. Check/Cash made payable to Liza Wood. Dinners will be delivered between 6:30pm-7:00pm.

Sunday, August 7th, 6 pm  
Pacific  Crest Music Festival
Student Concert, Free Public Performance

Screen Shot 2016-03-26 at 7.50.57 PMAugust 12th & 13th, 2016, 7 pm
“The Chronicles of OGGLE”  by Peter Gowen

A play Directed by and starring Bennet Gale
This is an encore presentation of this play’s  North American Premiere.   
Heart-rending and hilarious, “The Chronicles of Oggle” illuminates acute adversity in institutional Ireland while simultaneously nurturing hope and joy. Read more or watch a videoNo tickets but reservations are accepted at (530) 232-5431. This show is on a donation basis to help raise funds to help support NFTC’s educational and performance programs.


Sunday, Aug 14th, 7 pm  
Pacific  Crest Music Festival
Faculty Concert,  $20
Read more. 

 

Saturday, July 9, 10am-12noon
Mountain Tara Dance Circle
$10 donation requested

You are invited to celebrate the sacred feminine through the dance practice of The 21 Praises of Tara. Tara is the Buddha Goddess of Wisdom, Compassion and Power. Read more.



TempleSunday, July 10, 2016, 2-4pm

Mountain Women’s Wisdom Circle Series
Chinese Buddha Goddess KUAN YIN.
$10 donation requested
Join a gathering of women honoring the sacred feminine with meditation, ceremony, chanting, singing, drumming, and discussion. Read more.

carlye-don-fb-headerSaturday, June 25, 8 pm, Jazz in the Canyon Series
Vocalist Carlye Felten & Don Cornell on guitar with Bassist Steve Lehman $10
Originally from Sacramento, Carlye has been singing jazz standards for 20+ years in Mendocino County on the coast and in the Ukiah/Willits area in combo and big band settings… Read More.


DTuesday, June 28, 8:00pm, Jazz in the Canyon Series
Theno and Friends
$10
Dave Theno (guitar, ukulele, vocals) spent 10 years as a singer-songwriter and guitarist / bassist in several Sacramento bands…. Read more. 

Wednesday, June 29, 7:30pm donation (30 min talk)
James Gordon, Speaker, Jazz in the Canyon Series
Retired New York and Chicago jazz bassist , James Gordon, will speak about Louis Armstrong, whom he knew, the New Orleans Jazz Scene, and the 1950’s Chicago jazz scene at Pops.

2EarthAliveshoesINDIGOGO copyWednesday, June 29, 8:00pm $10
Allison and Victor + the Midnight Band, Jazz in the Canyon Series
Recognized as the 2015 Spring edition Southern Oregon Magazine’s “Music Pick”, this eclectic duo with Allison on guitar and vocals and Victor on tenor saxophone … Read More.
Order $15 Jazz in the Canyon Lunchbox Dinner 24 hours in advance

Jerry-Moore-235x300Thursday, June 30, 8:00pm, Jazz in the Canyon Series $15
Jerry Moore Trio + vocalist Doug Arrington
Dr. Jerry Moore, piano, is a part-time resident of Siskiyou County, spending most of his time in the Bay Area performing…Read more. 

Order $15 Jazz in the Canyon Lunchbox  Dinner 24 hours in advance


A.-Fiddler-Hooper-300x200Ananta Fiddle-Hooper & Shattered Chaos
Saturday, July 2nd, 8pm, Jazz in the Canyon Series $10
A. Fiddle-Hooper is joined by her band ‘Shattered Chaos’ to bring Siskiyou County an evening of electrified world jazz fusion … Read more. 


caili-odohertyMonday, July 4th, Time 6pm, Jazz in the Canyon Series $15
Caili O’Doherty Ensemble (Back by popular demand)
A native of Portland, Oregon, Caili O’Doherty has received national awards for jazz piano performance and composition … Read more.
Order $18  Lunch Box Jazz in the Canyon Lunchbox Dinner 24-hours in advance

Saturday, June 18 at 6 pm 

Andre Mottershead and Friends
Guitar and Vocals Acoustic Rock, Blues and Folk
He will perform a variety of styles such as Americana, Celtic, and “folked up rock songs”. For seven years AnMottershead_Andredre has entertained audiences in Marin County and San Francisco and clubs, bars, restaurants, farmer’s markets and festivals. Originally from Britain, Andre will take a good rock song and folk it up. He plays the likes of Hendrix, Knopfler, The Kinks, The Stones, sea shanties, country. He now makes his home in Dunsmuir.

 


TempleMountain Women’s Wisdom Circle Series
Roman Goddess JUNO.
Sunday, June 12, 2016, 2-4pm

$10 donation requested
Join a gathering of women honoring the sacred feminine with meditation, ceremony, chanting, singing, drumming, and discussion. Read more.


Duo SapphireSunday, June 12, 2016, 7:30pm
Duo Sapphire Summer Radiance Concert
with Michal Palzewicz on cello and viola da gamba
and Chiaru Sai on piano
$20 Tickets available at the door
Michal and Chiaru Sai will be performing some beautiful and fun Spanish pieces, Beethoven’s first cello sonata, and a GREAT unaccompanied cello work by Kodaly.


Saturday, June 18, 6pm $5


Dance CircleSaturday, June 4
10am-12noon
Mountain Tara Dance Circle
$10 donation requested
You are invited to celebrate the sacred feminine through the dance practice of The 21 Praises of Tara. Tara is the Buddha Goddess of Wisdom, Compassion and Power. Read more.
Sunday, May 15, 2016, 2-4pm
Mountain Women’s Wisdom Circle Series
Buddha Goddess TARA.
$10 donation requested
Join a gathering of women honoring the sacred feminine with meditation, ceremony, chanting, singing, drumming, and discussion. Read more.

Sunday, April 3, 6pm
Dance Temple Theatre
Free Form Community Dance & Music
First Set:
Vigilantes en Somnium: Live and improved dance music
Second Set: Soluna’s Intinum: Deep Melodic Experimentalism 
$5 to $15 suggested donation
Read event guidelines
 and See Event Flyer
This event takes place every other week. 

April 9, 2016

Private Party
Ask us about booking your own.


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Friday, April 15, 7pm
The North American Premier of the Play
The Chronicles of Oggle
$10 Tickets
Directed by and starring Bennet Gale
Heart-rending and hilarious, “The Chronicles of Oggle” illuminates acute adversity in institutional Ireland while simultaneously nurturing hope and joy. Read more or watch a video. Tickets available onlineVillage books in Mt Shasta, and Siskiyou Arts Museum in Dunsmuir.


Screen Shot 2016-03-26 at 8.15.02 PMSaturday, April 16, 7:30
NorCal Jazz Festival: Jimmy Grant Gypsy Jazz  (Listen here.)
Opening Act: Allison Scull and Victor martin (Listen here.)
$10 in Advance
$12 at the Door
Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase. The Jimmy Grant Ensemble performs primarily in the style of Django Reinhardt, infusing swing era pieces, original work, and traditional gypsy tunes with the jazz guitar pioneer’s crunchy rhythms and hot harmonies. Read more.

Tickets available online, at Village Books in Mt. Shasta and Dunsmuir Hardware in Dunsmuir.

 


Saturday, April 23, 2016
Dunsmuir Citizen of the Year Award Banquet Dinner


 

 

Wednesday, March 15 at 5 pm
Dunsmuir Chamber Mixer
Public is welcome. Call 1-800-Dunsmuir for details


Thursday, March 17 at 7:30 am
Dunsmuir Professional Network
Public is invited. Refreshments provided $5 suggested donation


Screen Shot 2016-03-06 at 8.21.34 AMFriday, March 18, 2016, 8 pm (Doors Open 7:30 pm)
$5 to $15 suggested donation
Day After St. Patty’s – Ross Plays Irish and Other Kinds o’ Folk. Forgettable Ross’ show last time was memorable. We are so happy to  have him back! He offers a unique and soulful mix of blues, folk, soul and rock. A critically acclaimed artist puts on a lighthearted and unassuming stage performance of original galactic folk songs. The music, woven from misty mountains far and near, takes listeners on a spellbinding, heart-warming, nose-wrinkling journey. Have  a listen here.



Puppet Show_Flyer_2016-03-13_03Sunday March 20, 2016 , 3:30pm

A Puppet Show called “The Never Ending Tree”
For Kids of all ages.
A donation based experience. Apple juice, popcorn, and cookies.
There is no dance event this evening.
A Story by Claude Ponti. Directed by Sarah O’Brien. See Event Flyer


SomThursday, March 24, 7:00pm
$10 donation

Pops celebrates Women in Music
with Ananta Fiddle Hooper, violin
Leslie Tift vocals, guitar, dobro
Allison Scull, guitar vocals
Read More.

Saturday March 12, 7:30pmTalyn
“TALYN RETURNS” A Benefit Concert
$10 suggested and $5 for students.
Talyn Imhoff, who graduated from College of the Siskiyous with an associate degree in both piano and vocal performance and transferred to Sonoma State University in 2014 to pursue her bachelor’s degree in piano performance, returns to Siskiyou County to make an appearance playing classical piano repertoire for the first time after she left what used to be her home-base. Also featured, Sherry Ackerman, Pauli Robinson, and Anne Johnson of The Early Music Ensemble with recorders and Celtic harp as well as Michael Yee & Julie Titus duet on classical guitar and flute.

The fundraising effort is to partially repay Peter Arth who graciously fronted almost all of the money for the grand piano at Pops.


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Sunday March 6, 2016 , 7:30pm-9:30pm

Dance Temple TheatreFirst Set: The Cosmos (Live Ambient, keyboards, and drones)
2nd Set: Sahaja & Shara Fish (talented husband and wife musical team) (World, Eclectic, Tibetan Bowls, Bells, Percussion, Vocals, Etc.)
Free Form Community Dance & Music
$5 to $15 suggested donation
Read event guidelines
Event Flyer here.
This event takes place every other week. 

 

Ned EvettSaturday, February 6th, 2016, 8 pm
Ned Evett, The Glass Guitarist $10
Don’t miss the master of the glass-necked guitar; Ned Evett brings his glass and titanium fingerboards back on Saturday February 6th. Performing a new crop of soulful songs exploring the vanishing west, this is a must see solo gig before his next world tour starts in June.
Tickets Available at the Door

 

Screen Shot 2016-01-20 at 10.44.30 AMSunday February 7, 2016 , 7:30pm-9:30pm
Dance Temple Theatre:
Free Form Community Dance & Music
$5 to $15 suggested donation
Read about the event.
This event takes place every other week. 

 

Forgettable Ross PopsDunsmuir_2_12_16_02-2Friday, February 12, 2016, 8 pm (Doors Open 7:30 pm)
$5 to $15 suggested donation
Forgettable Ross offers a unique and soulful mix of blues, folk, soul and rock… Galactic Folk Rock. A critically acclaimed artist puts on a lighthearted and unassuming stage performance of original galactic folk songs. The music, woven from misty mountains far and near, takes listeners on a spellbinding, heart-warming, nose-wrinkling journey. Grab your seat!  Check out the flyer.  


 12509358_813470358761849_794340200909950242_nSaturday, February 13th, 2016, 9 pm
Sound Advice  Dance Party, $10
First Come, First Serve
Bar Available (Provided by the Eagles Service Organization)

Yes, it’s true the quintessential Norcal funk/soul band with three generations of fans will be playing on Valentine’s Day Weekend. Players will be Victor Martin on vocals and saxophone, Kenny Blockman on base, Jimmy Pryor on drums, Stefan Schittko keys, Carl Schwinderman on guitar…



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Saturday, February 20, 7 pm
Donna Caroll’s “I Shall Be Released”
A must see! Is it a musical? NO! Is it a one woman show? NO! It’s a “Rhythm Drama.” A dramatic interpretation of Nina Simone’s artistry and the Disinherited characters she sang about.
$10
See Event Flyer or Read more about it here.


 


Soluna's Intimum Mysterium_Flyer_2016-02-21_04_MERGED_FLATTENEDSunday February 21, 2016 , 7:30pm-9:30pm
Dance Temple Theatre:
Free Form Community Dance & Music
$5 to $15 suggested donation
Read about the event
This event takes place every other week. 
 We will be having an opening guest musical duo: Jorden and Tiffany of “Vigilantes en Somnium”. They do live dance music: vocal layering, guitar looping, beats, and effects!

 

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Pacific Crest Chamber Players

Shostakovich Piano Quintet, Op. 57 Patrick Dalton-Holmes, violin; Cosima Luther, violin; Michael Whitson, viola; Laura Gaynon, cello; Chiharu Sai, piano. $25 for Adults or $20 online at www.pacificcrestmusic.com. $10 students under age 25.

pat-chiaruTuesday January 12, 2016 at 7:30pm
Violin-Piano Duo Concert
“Musical Celebration of the New Year”
with Patrick Dalton-Holmes, violin and Chiharu Sai, piano
Read more.

 

For Past Events in 2014 and 2015, click here.

 

 2014 & 2015

 

12362670_10208736028263795_6322970224365563965_o-2December 31, 2015
New Year’s Eve Party with Sound Advice!
8:30 pm
Doors open 8:00
Bar and complimentary Champagne

$15 cover
First Come, First Serve

Yes, it’s true the quintessential Norcal funk/soul band with three generations of fans will be playing on New Year’s Eve. Players will be Victor Martin on Saxophone, Kenny Blockman on base, Jimmy Pryor on drums, Stefan Schittko keys, Carl Schwinderman on guitar…

 

Tuesday, November 24, 7:30pm $10 Sliding Scale 
Pops presents Ned Evett, The Glass Guitarist

What the press are saying about Ned Evett and his new albumTreehouse
“Treehouse is a beautiful, wonderful work of musicianship. From the music tocropped-ned-evett-percy
the lyrics, to the overall construction, it’s as solid as the best built house, or in this case, treehouse. It’s an album that musicians looking for music with real substance will enjoy. Add in famed King Crimson guitarist Adrian Belew on the boards, and audiences get what will be one of the most underrated, but at the same time most outstanding, records of 2012.”
WNCT (Greenville, NC)“As a member of that exclusive ‘fretless guitarist’ club, he joined the ranks of few well known players, such as Frank Zappa and Adrian Belew (King Crimson)… It’s a collection of songs that shows he can not only bend and slide over notes for a range of emotions on his guitars, but uses lyrics and his malleable voice, as well, to shape the soundscape.” –Music News Nashville.com
 
Friday, November 6, 7:30pm $5-$10 sliding scale
An Evening of the BluesDavid Pinsky and  Victor Martin 
Long time fellow musicians and friends will join together for an evening of blues. Guitarist/Singer-Songwriter David Pinsky will drive down From the Rogue Valley to  victoranddavepinskyswing some tunes with Victor Martin. Involved in many projects as band leader of The Rhythm Kings, Pinsky has also ventured into a solo career as well as playing front porch blues with Broadway Phil Newton, Boogie King Gary Halliburton and or Bassist John Galloway.Versatile in jazz, blues, soul, and funk, Martin is an extraordinary talent on his shiny silver tenor saxophone who  is ready to deliver some amazing sounds for fun, entertaining night. He performs with well known North State R&B group Sound Advice and has shared the stage with Joe Henderson, Curtis Salgado, Michael Shrieves, Blind Boys of Alabama, Lydia Pense & Cold Blood. He currently performs with and   tours the West Coast with guitarist and singer Allison Scull.
 Thursday, November 12, 7:30pm by donation $0-$100
Allison and Victor and the Midnight Band
Performing and Live Filming with Earth Alive Productions

Stefan Schittko on keyboards and Mike Harris on percussion.
Allison Scull and Victor Martin’s unusual collaborative style–singer-songwriter plus saxophone–connects grown-ups & little people alike. Together they create a fusion of musical forms uniquely their own. They blend roots music — a fusion of jazz, folk, blues, a little funk, originals and some jazz standards laced with some French lyrics.As a duo, Allison and Victor have shared the stage with The Blind Boys of Alabama, Tuck and Patti, Walter “Wolfman” Washington, Craig Chaquico, Shana Morrison, Archie Lee Hooker, Acoustic Alchemy and blues legend John Hammond. Their constant performance schedule has contributed to their growing fan base on the West Coast. Their music has also struck a chord in the wine country of Northern California and Oregon as well as the festival circuit. Mostly performing as a duo, they have also developed a show with a stellar array of musicians. Wear your best hat and come and be a part of the filming and fun.

 

 Saturday, November 14, 7:30pm Sliding Scale $5-$15
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An Evening of Modern Classical Music and Story Telling
Violin & Composition: Ananta Fiddle-Hooper
Piano: Sally Collord Johansson

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ANANTA is an internationally acclaimed violinist, electric violinist, cellist, composer, videographer, producer and instructor has touched thousands of lives globally with her music, art and all encompassing world view. Her 25 years of professional repertoire provides a well-rounded blend of Classical, Soul, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Reggae, Rock, Celtic, Middle Eastern, Indian Classical and Alternative Trance styles. Her new solo album, ‘Here, Just Hear’ was released in March 2014. She is already deep in the composition and recording process of her next album ‘Shattered Chaos’, an autobiographical musical odyssey of life’s torture and triumphs to be released in Fall 2015. For more information on this artist please enjoy, www.fiddlehooper.com
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ART & MUSIC
1-5pm Art Walk art will be displayed on patio by regional artists. Maps available at Dunsmuir Chamber.
7pm Live Music on the patio with Allison and Victor.
Food provided by Dogwood Diner at art walk and performance.
 

 

Wednesday, October 14th at 4 pm
Yoga Classes Every Wednesday, 4:00-5:00 PM
Taught by Jan Cowan, Call 530-859-2845 for details
Saturday, October 17
Private Party
If you would like inquire about  renting out Pops for a private party, please call us at 530-235-2809. We now have a full service area with sinks.


Wednesday, October 21th at 4 pm
Yoga Classes Every Wednesday, 4:00-5:00 PM
Taught by Jan Cowan, Call 530-859-2845 for details

 20140523Convergence_038Wednesday, October 21, 7:00pm
Kenny Endo Taiko Ensemble with Hitoshi  Hamada on Vibraphone and Kaoru Watanabe, who specializes in Japanese shinobue flutes (bamboo transverse flutes)  Jeanne Mercer and Russel Baba

Kenny Endo is an internationally recognized master of Japanese drumming and one of the foremost in the field to revolutionize the use of taiko in contemporary compositions.  He is the first RusselAndJeanneAmerican and foreigner to receive a “natori” or “stage name” and master’s license in Japanese classical music.  Master Endo has performed several times in Siskiyou county.  “The Kenny Endo Taiko Ensemble” last appeared as featured guests for ShastaYama 2014.  Master Endo trained and influenced a new American taiko generation including taiko artists Masato Baba and Shoji Kameda who started taiko as children with Mount Shasta’s Shasta Taiko. Read more.
Food, provided by the Dogwood Diner, available for purchase.

 

Tim Hold with Banjo
Tim Holt will be playing his 50-year old banjo acquired at folk festival that Pete Seeger started.

Thursday, September 24, 7pm
PETE SEEGER: HOW CAN I KEEP FROM SINGING?

 In this one-man performance, Tim Holt will portray Pete Seeger, who will tell his life story and sing songs from the various chapters in his life. In this presentation Pete talks about growing up in a musical family, his travels around the country with Woody Guthrie, singing with the Almanacs and the Weavers, and his involvement in causes that include the labor movement, the civil rights movement, and cleaning up the Hudson River near his home.

 

Wednesday, September 30th at 4 pm
Yoga Classes Every Wednesday, 4:00-5:00 P.M

Instructor: Jan Cowan, Registered Yoga Teacher with over 20 years teaching experience
Cost: $10 drop-in, $30 for 6 weeks
Contact Information: jscowan@snowcrest.net
530-926-5839

Thursday, August 27, 8pm
Ricardo Diaz Trio
Ricardo Diaz is a well-known and respected flamenco artist. His guitar playing has taken him around the world, where he has performed, recorded and collaborated with internationally respected artists. He is known for his knowledge of, and passion for, the art, and his original compositions. Read more about him.
Food will be provided by Chef Kate Chadwick of Dogwood Diner (available for purchase).


Wednesday, September 9th at 4 pm
Yoga Classes Every Wednesday, 4:00-5:00 P.M

Instructor: Jan Cowan, Registered Yoga Teacher with over 20 years teaching experience
Cost: $10 drop-in, $30 for 6 weeks
Contact Information: jscowan@snowcrest.net
530-926-5839

 

 

 

Sunday, September 13, 7:30 pm,  $10
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The Bruce & Eien Duet
 is a unique trans-Pacific project created to perform original compositions, Japanese traditional music, and jazz. The unusual pairing of the shakuhachi and vibraphone enables a wide range of musical expression. Bruce and Eien’s extensive work in cross-cultural collaborations allows their music to elude boundaries while staying true to the richness of traditional forms and melodies. The group played their debut show in Tokyo in December 2014. Food will be provided by Chef Kate Chadwick of Dogwood Diner (available for purchase)


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Yoga Classes Every Wednesday, 4:00-5:00 P.M

Instructor: Jan Cowan, Registered Yoga Teacher with over 20 years teaching experience
Cost: $10 drop-in, $30 for 6 weeks
Contact Information: jscowan@snowcrest.net
530-926-5839Friday, Sept. 18, 7:30 pm
Andre Mottershead $5-$10 sliding scale
guitar and vocals. Americana, Celtic
For seven years Andre has entertained audiences in Marin County and San Francisco and clubs, bars, restaurants, farmer’s markets and festivals. Originally from Britain, Andre will take a good rock song and folk it up.  He plays the likes of Hendrix, Knopfler, The Kinks, The Stones, sea shanties, country. He now makes his home in Dunsmuir. Please welcome him to the neighborhood. 

 

Saturday, Sept 19th, 7:30 pm
Loretta Lynch
country, folk and pop
loretta-lynch400Loretta Lynch is a five-piece from California, and not a solo act as the name suggests. With three female vocalists and varied instrumental a genuine, carefree organic sound of the road is hatched. Read more.
Food will be provided by Chef Kate Chadwick of Dogwood Dine (available for purchase).





Wednesday, September 23rd at 4 pm
Yoga Classes Every Wednesday, 4:00-5:00 P.M

Cancelled.

Wed, August 19 , 2015,  4:00pm 
Yoga Your Way with Jan Cowan, RYT
Drop-in $10
(530) 859-2845
Ask about the next series.

 

Thursday, August 20, 7:30pm
Allison Scull and Victor Martin
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Allison and Victor enjoy performing wineries, festivals, theaters all over the West Coast. With their ever evolving sound of jazz, blues, pop, and Latin flavors , and stefanoriginal music, this duo has released three CDs and were recently recognized as the 2015 Spring edition Southern Oregon Magazine’s “Music Pick”. They have shared the stage with blues legend John Hammond, Acoustic Alchemy, Tuck and Patti, and the Blind Boys of Alabama. Stefan Schittko will join them on keyboard. 
Food will be provided by Chef Kate Chadwick of Dogwood Diner (available for purchase).

 

Friday, August 21, 7:30 pm
Andre Mottershead $5-$10 sliding scale
guitar and vocals. Americana, Celtic
For seven years Andre has entertained audiences in Marin County and San Francisco and clubs, bars, restaurants, farmer’s markets and festivals. Originally from Britain, Andre will take a good rock song and folk it up.  He plays the likes of Hendrix, Knopfler, The Kinks, The Stones, sea shanties, country. He now makes his home in Dunsmuir. Please welcome him to the neighborhood. Some refreshments will be provided.
Wed, August 5 , 2015,  4:00pm 
Yoga Your Way with Jan Cowan, RYT
Drop-in $10
(530) 859-2845

 

PCM-photo3Friday, August 7, 2015, 7pm

Pacific Crest Music Festival  no charge
Faculty Performance
with Special Guest pianist Chiharu Sai
The heart of the Pacific Crest Music Festival is right here in Dunsmuir. We are pleased to have the faculty perform right here at Pops.  Read more. To learn more about this classical music festival and the faculty that will be performing, vist their site here. Refreshments will be provided by Chef Kate Chadwick of Dogwood Dine (available for purchase).

Sunday, Aug 9th, 7 pm 
Leslie Tift and and Tom Scott
on the patio 7 $5-$10

Folk Americana

leslie-tift-tom-scott-400Combine the musical experiences of Leslie and Tom and you have 80 plus years of musicianship.  Their music touches many generations.  From the 1800’s to present day their songs reflect the sounds that will touch a variety of interest groups. They play a combination of blues, country blues, folk, jazz, swing and originals. Food will be provided by Chef Kate Chadwick of Dogwood Diner (available for purchase).

 

Wed, August 12 , 2015,  4:00pm 
Yoga Your Way with Jan Cowan, RYT
Drop-in $10
(530) 859-2845
Saturday, July 25, 2015, 7:30pm
Andre Mottershead $5-$10 sliding scale

guitar and vocals. Americana, Celtic
For seven years Andre has entertained audiences in Marin County and San Francisco and clubs, bars, restaurants, farmer’s markets and festivals. Originally from Britain, Andre will take a good rock song and folk it up.  He plays the likes of Hendrix, Knopfler, The Kinks, The Stones, sea shanties, country. He now makes his home in Dunsmuir. Please welcome him to the neighborhood. Food will be provided by Chef Kate Chadwick of Dogwood Diner (available for purchase).

 

Sunday, July 26th, 7 pm-9pm
Leslie Tift  and Tom Scott $5 to $10
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Folk Americana
 Combine the musical experiences of Leslie and Tom and you have 80 plus years of musicianship.  Their music touches many generations.  From the 1800’s to present day their songs reflect the sounds that will touch a variety of interest groups. They play a combination of blues, country blues, folk, jazz, swing and originals. Food will be provided by Chef Kate Chadwick of Dogwood Dine (available for purchase).

 

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Friday, July 17,  7 pm
Michael Moore Quartet
Clarinet and Saxophone
$10
Born in Eureka, CA and now a resident of the Netherlands, Michael Moore honors us with his talent in our tiny town of Dunsmuir. ‘Moore explores the boundaries of many musical traditions, moving them into common ground, not of form, but of feeling and depth, giving his music a universal quality which is hard to describe.’ – freejazz-stef.blogspot.nl – March 10, 2009. Michael Moore on the Clarinet and Saxophone; Jerry Moore (his father) on piano; Gregg Moore (his brother) on Trombone; Nathan Sivananda on base; John Aviani on drums.   Read his website here.
Saturday, July 18th, 7 pm
Secret Society Handshake
on the patio $5-10 sliding scale
 Come join us for an all-ages dance party with Secret Society Handshake. This 13-piece funk and soul band delivers smooth, yet driving, high-energy performance guaranteed to get you on your feet and dancing.  Read more.

 


July 22,  7:30 pm
Heart of Baroque, Soul of Classical,
 $20 Donation
Duo SapphireFeaturing Chiharu Sai on Piano with Cellist Michal Pazewicz
Brilliant and versatile, Michal Palzewicz has performed extensively throughout the United States, Europe, and in China, both as a soloist and ensemble player. Selected by Japan’s major newspaper, Mainichi Shinbun, as “One of the 100 People in Tokyo to Represent the 21st Century,” pianist Chiharu Sai performs widely as a soloist and chamber musician, both in Japan and the United States. Read more about the performance and the musiciansFood will be provided by Chef Kate Chadwick of Dogwood Diner.
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Caili O’Doherty

Friday, July 3rd, 7 pm
Jazz in the Canyon  Series
Caili O’Doherty
CD Release Tour (Portland Based Jazz Group) A native of Portland, Oregon, Caili O’Doherty has received national awards for jazz piano performance and composition from Downbeat Magazine as well as an ASCAP Foundation Young Jazz Composer award. Since graduating from Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA with a degree in jazz piano performance, she has been teaching, composing, and performing in the New York City area. She is an accompanist for Jazz at Lincoln Center and for the past several years has been on the faculty at the Stanford Jazz Workshop.
$10 Donation

 

Saturday, July 4th
6pm Jazz in the Canyon  Series
Jim Gordon speaks on the musical city of New Orleans, how Louis Armstrong influenced music, and his personal contact with Louis Armstrong.

6:15 pm Allison & Victor  with the Midnight Band
Acoustic Jazz Souls with guitar, vocals and saxophone
on the patio 5 pm
$10 Donation

 

The Cowell Brotet

Sunday, July 5th
Jazz in the Canyon
6:30 pm Jim Gordon speaks on the musical city of New Orleans, how Louis Armstrong influenced music, and his personal contact with Louis Armstrong.

7 pm The Cowell Brotet
Four brothers, one invigorating sound, The Cowell Brotet is a family affair. The four brothers maintain a musical and familial bond that has kept them going since their father brought music and their first instruments into their home. From Redding, California, Khari Cowell plays on drums, Dominic Cowell on bass, Joel Cowell on piano, and Aman Cowell on trumpet. Their influences are The Modern Jazz Quartet, Miles Davis, Freddie Hubbard, Thelonious Monk.

 Saturday, May 9, 7:30pm $5
Andre Mottershead
guitar and vocals. Americana, Celtic
For seven years Andre has entertained audiences in Marin County and San Francisco and clubs, bars, restaurants, farmer’s markets and festivals. Originally from Britain, Andre will take a good rock song and folk it up.  He plays the likes of Hendrix, Knopfler, The Kinks, The Stones, sea shanties, country. He now makes his home in Dunsmuir. Please welcome him to the neighborhood.



Sunday, June 6, 6pm on Patio
Allison and Victor
Guitar Vocals and Saxophone

Thursday July 2- Sunday July 5

Saturday, April 25, 6:00  pm
Citizen of the Year Award Dinner
(Dunsmuir Chamber)
Catered by Chef Kate at the Dogwood Diner
$25, Open to the Public

Friday, April 24, 7:30 pm 
No Boys Aloud, an all female rock band
Friday, April 17, 7:30 pm 
Allison & Victor with special guest
Acoustic Jazz Soul guitar, vocals, saxophone
$10

 

Tuesday March 10,  2015
7pm, $15 suggested donation

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Dave and PhilSaturday, November 15, 7:30pm
Regional Blues Duo and Contest Winners Celebrates CD Release
Blues artists Dave Pinsky and Phil Newton celebrate their new CD “Over the Moon” at Pops Performing Arts and Cultural Center for their Northern California CD Release Party .

Together and apart, they have been a major part of the Southern Oregon Blues scene for over thirty years and have joined forces as an acoustic/electric duo. Longtime friends, they began this new chapter by playing local venues and concerts discovering the joy of sharing their music on a whole different level. They recently won the Cascade Blues Association Journey to Memphis blues contest and they are returning to Memphis Tennessee for the finals in 2015.

David’s propulsive guitar, welded with Phil’s harmonica chops, provide a steady groove reminiscent of the 60’s Chicago style duets. The two on occasion will also employ a twin harp attack. Both David and Phil bring decades of vocal experience, with David concentrating on his original compositions and Phil interpreting Blues and roots. See DaveandPhil.com for more on these artists.

David and Phil are committed to Blues education and teaching Blues to local kids as well as keeping the Blues alive in the traditions of the great Delta masters. $5-$10 sliding scale  cover charge.  First come, first served.

 

 


Saturday, November 8, 7:30pm
Tom Scott and Leslie Tift with base player Sam Cuenca, 7:30pm
Americana Style, vocals, guitars, and dobro     View Printable Flyer

Saturday, November  1

Private Party
If you would like to book your private party at Pops call 530-235-2809

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Friday, October 10, 7:30pm
An Evening of the BluesDave Pinsky and  Victor Martin 
Long time fellow musicians and friends will join together for an evening of blues. Guitarist/Singer-Songwriter David Pinsky will drive down From the Rogue Valley to  victoranddavepinskyswing some tunes with Martin. Involved in many projects as Band leader of The Rhythm Kings, Pinsky has also ventured into a solo career as well as playing front porch blues with Broadway Phil Newton, Boogie King Gary Halliburton and or Bassist John Galloway.

Versatile in jazz, blues, soul, and funk, Martin is an extraordinary talent on his shiny silver tenor saxophone who  is ready to deliver some amazing sounds for fun, entertaining night.

Victor Martin, Allison Scull and Stefan Schittko

Saturday, October 11, 7:30pm
Allison and Victor with Stefan Schittko on keyboard
Guitar, Vocals, Saxophone-Acoustic jazz Soul
Wednesday, October 15, 6 to 8 pm
Drum Circle put on by Sol Adventures
All ages. Percussion instruments provided.

Saturday, October 18, 7:30pm
Boles Fire Fundraiser with Kevin Radley, No Boys Aloud and The Mountain Gypsies.

Kevin Bradley on GuitarKevin Radley is a singer songwriter from Vallejo who performs on a a variety of instruments including Guitar, 3&4 String Cigar Box Guitars, piano and harmonica . His songs often reflect on themes of presence, time,objects with a dose of political commentary and one of the most timeless themes; relationships.

No Boys AlousNo Boys Aloud is a Mount Shasta-based all-female rock/pop/R&B multi-instrumentalist band. NBA is performing “unplugged”, showcasing the tight three-part harmonies reminiscent of Dixie Chicks and Fleetwood Mac. Dana Knight (vocals/bass), Paula Reynolds (vocals/guitar/flute), Janet Sperry (vocals/ukulele) and Cindy Summers (percussion, crowd-pleasing).

Mountain Gypsies Dance Troup

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The Mountain Gypsies are a local dance troupe that supports the community, fundraising, and the arts. With belly dance as their muse, they are always incorporating aesthetics that encompass many various forms of the dance. They are known for themed performances which change on a yearly basis.

Sunday, October 19, 2pm-4pm
Library Fundraiser   A “Celebration Of Our Dunsmuir Library” will take place on Sunday, October 19 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the POPS with a will feature a live musical  performance by Allison Scull and Victor Martin.

The event, which is free and open to the public,  will also have a raffle with prizes that include a handmade quilt by Sharon Stromsness, tickets to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and information on volunteer opportunities and Measure N on the November 4 ballot.

Raffle tickets are available at the library and at Dunsmuir Hardware and sell for $1 each or six for $5. Other raffle prizes include dinner for two at Café Maddalena, two all-day ski passes at the Mount Shasta Ski Park, and hand-tied flies from the Ted Fay Fly Shop. You must be present at the event to win raffle prizes.


Wednesday, October 22, 6 to 8 pm
Drum Circle put on by Sol Adventures
All ages. Percussion instruments provided.

Wednesday, September 24, 6pm

Drum Circle
Presented by Sol Adventures

Tuesday, September  9, 6pm
Full Moon Drum Circle
Presented by Sol Adventures Foundation

Tursday, September 11
Private Event

Friday , September 12 , 7:30pm $10
On Ensemble and Shasta Taiko
On Enemble and Jeannie and Russel Baba
Read more.
Saturday, Aug 15, 7:00pm

Live Music on patio with Allison and Victor
Acoustic Jazz Soul, guitar, vocals, and saxophone
Free Concert on patio, listeners are welcome
to bring food but this is an alcohol free event.

Friday August 8, 6pm
Pacific Crest Music Festival

Students and faculty rehearse and perform alongside one another leading to an incredibly personalized musical experience. Classical Music! This performance will highlight the faculty of the PCMF.


Jazz in the Canyon
Wednesday July 2-Sunday July 6
A multi-venue event in Dunsmuir (Northern California) celebrating  one of America’s  true art form, Jazz.  Read more about it here.  To download printable schedule, click here.

Thursday, July 3, 8pm
Jazz in the Canyon
Russel Baba and Jeanne Mercer--The Dualty Dance
$5 suggested donation
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Russel Baba is a pioneering Asian American jazz musician and composer who performed and toured with jazz notables Eddie Moore, Michael White, Andrew Hill, and many others.  He has been influenced by the music of saxophonists John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, Steve Lacy, Eric Dolphy, and trumpet player Don Cherry.  His album Russel Hisashi Baba received rave reviews from several jazz publications.  Russel Baba and Jeanne Mercer are respected taiko pioneers who started Shasta Taiko in 1985 and ShastaYama Taiko Festival in 2005, bringing world class performances to Mount Shasta and furthering the development of taiko in America. With her considerable taiko (Japanese drum) experience, Jeanne has brought her skills to the duo with Russel, creating an original and unique sound – Duality Dance.

Saturday, July  5, 8pm $5 suggested donation
The Brotet, Live Jazz for Jazz in the Canyon
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Four brothers, one invigorating sound, The Cowell Brotet is a family affair. The four brothers maintain a musical and familial bond that has kept them going since their father brought music and their first instruments into their home. From Redding, California, Khari Cowell plays on drums, Dominic Cowell on bass, Joel Cowell on piano, and Aman Cowell on trumpet. Straight ahead jazz. Their influences are The Modern Jazz Quartet, Miles Davis, Freddie Hubbard, Thelonious Monk.

Sunday, July 6, 6:30pm $5 suggested donation Jazz in the Canyon
Allison and Victor + The Midnight Band Patio Performance
According to Jim Gordon, old time Chicago and New York jazz musician of Mc Cloud? “….Victor plays the Saxophone sometimes straight ahead as Sonny Rollins, sometimes Illinois Jacquet honking blues. Allison is a singer with enormous range from near Soprano to a throaty baritone, words in French, English, Portuguese, or best of all wordless dueting with Victor’s Saxophone. Allison will transition from a straight beat guitar to swinging gypsy rhythms and back. The Midnight Band: Originally from Germany, Stefan Schittko has had a lifelong love affair with jazz and has been inspired by artists such as Herbie Hancock and Weather Report. Currently living in Mt Shasta, Stefan performs regularly with the R&B band Sound Advice, Sound Farm, and has played in the Ted Taforo Jazz Collective. Mike Harris, a soulful and talented multi-instrumentalist will supply a steady groove on his instruments of choice, congas and cajon.

One Maple Winery + Band

Wednesday, June 25
Dunsmuir Chamber of Commerce Chamber Mixer  Call 530-235-2177 for more information.

Monday, June 23, 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Railroad Safety Public Meeting
Sponsored by the River Exchange (530)235-2012
The meeting will include a presentation by Union Pacific Railroad and a question and answer session so the public can pose their questions about potential risks to the Upper Sacramento River.

Sunday, Jun 22, 6:30pm
Live Music with Allison and Victor on Patio
Feel free to bring a picnic from the nearby Dogwood Diner . We will also have Robert Wallace doing his “just BBQ” According to Jim Gordon  long ago Chicago and New York jazz player retired to McCloud, California. “….Victor plays the Saxophone sometimes straight ahead as Sonny Rollins, sometimes Illinois Jacquet honking blues.  Allison is a singer with enormous range from near Soprano to a throaty baritone, words in French, English, Portuguese, or best of all wordless dueting with Victor’s Saxophone. Allison will transition from a straight beat guitar to swinging gypsy rhythms and back.

Saturday, June 21
Private Party, if you are interested in booking your private event at Pops, Call (530) 235-2809 or (530) 925-0115

Saturday, June 14 10am-5pm
Sunday, June 15, 10am-2pm
Dunsmuir Hometown and Heritage Celebration
Train Exhibit at Pops!

Live Music on patio with Allison and Victor
Acoustic Jazz Soul, guitar, vocals, and saxophone
Free Concert on patio, listeners are welcome
to bring food but this is an alcohol free event.

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Saturday, May 24
Alexander Dunsmuir Awards
Awards for Dunsmuir’s Citizen of the Year and more
For Event Info Contact Linda Guzman at (530)235-5735
For Dinner Reservations, contact Gary’s Pizza at  (530) 235-4849

Saturday, May 24, 2-4:30pm
Dogwood Daze: Live Music on patio with Blue Relish

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Dunsmuir celebrates this event annually with city wide yard sales, the soap box derby, a doggy parade, and the beautiful Dogwood Trees that line the streets of Dunsmuir this time of year.  Pops is opening the gates to the patio and live music can be heard on this day. This event is organized by the Dogwood Daze Committee . For any info on this event, call the Dunsmuir Chamber of Commerce at (530) 235-2177. alcohol free event.

Thursday, May 22, 2014, 9am-4pm
Helping Children Grieve presented  by Debra Wiegel
Must register by May 19, follow this link to register
Contact Andrea with any online registration issues at (530) 926-5927
This event is sponsored by First 5 Siskiyou. California Department of Social Services and many more organizations.Friday, May 16, 8pm

Sound of Wind and Taiko Event in Dunsmuir

Sound of Wind and Taiko Benefit for Shasta Taiko
$5 to 10 cover, First Come, First Serve
Help spread the word. Event flyer here.
Russel Baba and Jeanne Mercer, founders and leaders of Shasta Taiko and ShastaYama Taiko Festival, will perform original works for winds and taiko at Pops Performing Arts and Cultural Center in Dunsmuir, CA on Friday, May 16 at 8 pm.  Russel and Jeanne are recognized artists in their own right, and their performance will be a fund raiser for the Shasta Taiko program and ShastaYama Festival. Read more.

Thur May 8, 8pm
The Coffis Brothers
The Coffis Brothers & The Mountain Men are five young men from the Santa Cruz Mountains and they have been playing around the Bay Area and beyond since 2010. The band consists of Jamie Coffis (Vocals, Keyboard, ) Kellen Coffis (Guitar, Harmonica), Kyle Poppen (Guitar), Mason Hutchinson (Bass) and Henry Chadwick (Drums) The play a style of music that is rock and roll in the most classic sense. Melodic, rootsy and heartfelt, the songwriting duo of Jamie and Kellen show an obvious love for a bygone era of music and for groups like Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Neil Young and The Beatles as well as a sense of maturity and experience beyond their years.
$5 cover

Friday, April 11, 8pm
Allison and Victor
with Stefan Schittko on Keyboards
Acoustic Jazz Soul with saxophone, vocals, guitar and shaker
$10 dollar donation or $5 when you bring some food for the local food bank
Download Event Flyer here.

Saturday, Apriil 12, 8pm
The Mackay Project- Jazz
Thomas Mackay, Vibraphones
Christian Gonzalez, bass
Thomas Stamper, drums
$10 suggested donation
Download Event Flyer here

Thur July 3-Sunday July 6
3rd Annual Jazz in the Canyon

Jazz in the Canyon is a multi -venue celebration of American music throughout the town of Dunsmuir. Stay tuned for a full schedule that will include many styles of jazz.

Thursday, March 27, 7:30pm
Suggested Donation $10 or 2 for $15
Women in Music
Enjoy several Siskiyou County Female musicians:
Leslie TiftDebbie Blackwell, and Allison Scull

Saturday, March 15, 7:30pm $10 suggested donation
Concert and Food Drive
Allison and Victor
Acoustic Jazz Soul
or $5 with a donation of food.
All food items go to the Dunsmuir Community Resource Center’s Programs.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014, 6:30pm
Tribute to Pete Seeger. Local musicians join together to celebrate the life of an American icon. Leslie Tift and Tom Scott, Tim Holt, Sandra Hood, Knight Starr, Allison Scull and Victor Martin, and more will perform. Read more.
$5 suggested donation

Bust of Frederick Douglas
Robert Caillier holds a bust of Frederick Douglas

Friday February 21, 2014
Pops celebrates Black History Month
6pm Art Opening with Robert Caillier’s paintings and sculputres
7:30pm Film “Gumbo” reflects contributions to music, art, and culture in America

 

Friday February 14, 2014, 7:45pm
Allison and Victor  + The Midnight Band
$10 per one person, $15 for two
If you would like to enjoy a beautiful Valentine’s Day Dinner before the concert, consider dining at the Dogwood Diner, just 3 doors down from Pops. Check out their menu here.

 

Saturday, February 15, 2014, doors open at 6pm, film starts at 7pm
Winterfest: Warren Miller Film Showing
“Ticket to Ride
Call 530-235-2177 at the Dunsmuir Chamber of Commerce for details.

December 31st, 2013 at 9:30 pm
Allison and Victor with Friends will Perform
$10 cover (or free, see below)

The Dogwood Diner, which is a few doors down, will provide free admission to the concert
to the first 30 folks who make a reservation for Dinner.
Check out event flyer. 

Saturday, December 14, 2013
7 pm

Allison Scull and Victor Martin with Friends
$5 dollar donation
(Also, we are collecting cans of food for the Dunsmuir Resource Center.)