April 03, 2017 Slideshows » Arts + Scene

Redwood Coast Music Festival 2017 

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Rob Dehlinger (left), of Pittsburg and a member of the Stompy Jones group that performed second on Thursday at the Adorni Center, joined the Zane Middle School Jazz Band. Dehlinger had performed under the direction of Zane's Bruce McCay from 1986-88 when he was in a Pittsburg junior high school band.
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Thursday evening's kick-off dance at the Adorni Center featured talented local youth in the 24th straight music festival performance by the Zane Middle School Jazz Band, under the direction of Bruce McCay.
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Zane Middle School Jazz Band's trombone section blows it up Thursday night.
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Donna Landry and Bryce Rehling, of Eureka, showed off their classy attire and dance moves at the Thursday evening's kick-off dance at the Adorni Center.
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Scott Lawrence, a member of the Stompy Jones group, greeted friends in the audience prior to their performance at Thursday evening's kick-off dance at the Adorni Center.
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Rob Dehlinger, member of the Stompy Jones group, played trumpet.
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Jeff ("Erv") Ervin, member of the Stompy Jones group, played saxaphone and sang.
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Brett Young, of Monterey, followed the dancing lead of Cailan Halliday, of Arcata, during the music after Thursday's opening ceremonies.
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Jeremiah Hastings (10), of Eagle Point, Oregon, found his Harry Potter book more to his interest while his mother Larkin Hastings danced during the music after Thursday's opening ceremonies.
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Jeremiah Hastings (10), of Eagle Point, Oregon, was recruited by his mother Larkin Hastings to dance during the music after Thursday's opening ceremonies at the Adorni Center. They competed as a pair on Saturday in the dance contest.
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Jeff ("Erv") Ervin (left) and Rob Dehlinger, members of the Stompy Jones group, played saxaphone and trumpet at Thursday evening's kick-off dance.
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Fifth graders from Grant and Lafayette grade schools prepped prior to their performance of the Charleston and Parasol Walk at Friday's Opening Ceremony at the Adorni Center under the direction of retired teachers Lynn McKenna, Fred Johansen and Linda Hall.
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Things got serious for these fifth graders before their performance.
Fifth graders from Grant and Lafayette grade schools performed the traditional New Orleans Parasol Walk at the Friday Opening Ceremony at the Adorni Center.
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Dressed in his parents' vintage bowling shirts, Donna Landry and Bryce Rehling, of Eureka, showed off their dance moves after Friday's opening ceremonies at the Adorni Center.
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The Au Brothers Jazz Band, with some help from the omni-present guest artist Brian Casserly, led off the music after Friday's opening ceremonies at the Adorni Center.
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The Au Brothers Jazz Band
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Molly Ryan with the Grand Street Stompers continued the dance music following the Au Brothers on Friday at the Adorni Center.
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Willard Blackwell sang and played washboard with Gator Nation in the first Friday evening performance at the Adorni Center.
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Gator Nation led off the Friday evening music at the Adorni Center with an outstanding performance.
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Guest artist Brian Casserly on trumpet and trombone joined Tom Rigney & Flambeau in a great show ending Friday evening.
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Brett Granstrom, of North Bend, Oregon, ended a swing dance with Keri Ricker, of Eugene, with a dramatic dip to the music of Tom Rigney & Flambeau. Granstrom and Ricker taught a West Coast Swing workshop at the music festival.
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Tom Rigney ended his Friday evening performance at the Adorni Center with a hair-rasing leap in the air.
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Photo by Mark Larson
Rob Dehlinger (left), of Pittsburg and a member of the Stompy Jones group that performed second on Thursday at the Adorni Center, joined the Zane Middle School Jazz Band. Dehlinger had performed under the direction of Zane's Bruce McCay from 1986-88 when he was in a Pittsburg junior high school band.

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