May 14, 2019 Slideshows

Redwood Coast Music Festival 2019 

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Brian Casserly with Cornet Chop Suey leaned back to blow his trumpet as they kicked off the music at the Adorni Center after the opening ceremonies on Friday afternoon.
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Kristy Cocuzzi provided vocals, sax and clarinet with the Cocuzzi Courtet at the Adorni Center on Friday afternoon along with guests The Au Brothers.
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Elana James and Dave Stuckey share a moment during the Western Swing All Stars' performance on Friday night at the Adorni Center.
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Bruce McKay, director of the Zane Middle School Jazz Band, helped lead applause for the students' performance on Thursday night at the Adorni Center. McKay is retiring after 25 consecutive festival appearances leading the group and 29 years at the school.
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Michael Larson, teacher at Grant Middle School, led the 5th grade students through a warm up prior to their lead-off performance at the festival's opening ceremonies.
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Retired teacher Lynn McKenna and other volunteers helped lead the 5th grade students' New Orleans-style parasol walk around the Adorni Center during opening ceremonies.
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AJ Smith and Hannah Lyons, of Grass Valley, showed off their dancing skills on Friday afternoon at the Adorni Center.
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Eureka city council member Kim Bergel (left) led off this year's festival opening ceremonies with special recognition of long-time volunteer and board member Lynn McKenna, of Eureka, who has been involved in all 29 festivals in one form or another.
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This pair of dancing shoes took a break between music sets at the Adorni Center.
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This set at The Inn at 2nd & C on late Friday afternoon featured the "local Yokels" including Steve Irwin (guitar), Glen Nagy (bass) and Bill Kerker (drums).
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Crowd favorite Tom Rigney & Flambeau seemed to be playing everywhere all weekend with six sets (here performing Friday evening at The Inn at 2nd & C) plus being a part of the Sunday Grand Finale at the Muni.
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Not everyone brought dancing skills to the festival, so the Portland-based Silver Slipper Sisters offered dance lessons and performances between band sets during the festival at the Adorni Center and the Sequoia Center. Pictured here are Candace Keillor (left) and Brenda Russell leading a demonstration.
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Elana James, of the jazz and Western swing trio Hot Club of Cowtown, offered vocals and fiddle during the Western Swing All Stars' performance on Friday night at the Adorni Center.
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Long-time festival attendee Jace Baldosser, of Blue Lake, ended a Friday afternoon dance at the Adorni Center with a fancy move with Brett Young, of Monterey,
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Brian Casserly with Cornet Chop Suey leaned back to blow his trumpet as they kicked off the music at the Adorni Center after the opening ceremonies on Friday afternoon.

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