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JANUARY
AMSDconcerts
@ Sweetwater Union High School
2900 Highland Avenue
National City, CA 91950
(619) 303-8176
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For online purchases, WE ACCEPT:
For online purchases, WE ACCEPT:
IMPORTANT TICKET INFORMATION:
ALL SALES FINAL -- NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES
ALL ORDERS FILLED IN ORDER OF PURCHASE -- ALL SEATS ARE RESERVED*
*  By Row & Section number (seats are not numbered)
*  For more details, go to the
TICKETS page
TICKETS ARE
HELD AT WILL CALL FOR PICK-UP
ADVANCE SALES END @ NOON ON THE DAY OF THE CONCERT
*  Unless the concert is shown as "SOLD OUT", tickets WILL be available at the concert
January 14 @ 7:30pm
VIDEO:  Click HERE to watch videos of It's A Beautiful Day in a previous appearance at AMSDconcerts
It's A Beautiful Day is most famous for their song "White Bird", a melancholy ballad that stood out not only for its memorable
vocal melody and "seize the day" message, but also for front man David Laflamme's slow-burning violin solo.  Their albums were
laced with classic cuts such as
"Hot Summer Day", "Bombay Calling", "Girl With No Eyes", "Wasted Union Blues", "Time Is",
"
Dolphins", "Misery Loves Company", and many more you'll remember.

Today the band performs the music of It's A Beautiful Day along with newer material, moving effortlessly from an almost folksy
sound to ethereal jazz to psychedelic to straight on rock & roll, performing selections from three new CDs and over seven of their
previous albums.  The show is enhanced with David Laflamme's delightful reminiscing of the San Francisco Summer of Love Days
and 40 plus years of performing.

The current band boasts the longest continuous lineup of 15 years, with the exception of their new guitarist, with 4 of the 6
members going back 35-40 years:  
David LaFlamme on violin and vocals, Linda LaFlamme vocals, original drummer Val Fuentes,
35 year veteran Toby Gray on bass, 15 year veteran Gary Thomas on keyboards and newest member Rob Cunningham on guitar.
TICKET INFORMATION:
NOTES:  Next orders filled in row indicated (approximate -- +/- 1 row)        
      All tickets are
Will Call (pick up at theater on night of concert)
Rows 1-5:
*** Premium Seating - $40 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
See NOTE below re: row your order will be filled in
Rows 6-11:
*** Reserved Seating - $30 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
Next orders filled in Row 9A
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VIDEOS
Click HERE to watch videos of Dave Stamey
January 27 @ 7:30pm
Cowboys and Indians Magazine has called Dave Stamey “the Charlie Russell
of Western Music.”
 Western Horseman Magazine has declared his “Vaquero
Song” to be
one of the greatest Western songs of all time.  In 2010, 2011, 2013
and 2014
True West Magazine named him Best Living Western Solo Musician.

Stamey has been a cowboy, a mule packer, a dude wrangler, and is now
one of
the most popular Western entertainers working today
.  He has been voted
seven times Entertainer of the Year, six times Male Performer of the Year
and
five times Songwriter of the Year  by the Western Music Association, and
received the
Will Rogers Award  from the Academy of Western Artists.

He’s delighted audiences in twenty three states, and finds that he prefers this
to being stomped by angry horses.
AUDIO
Rows 1-5:
*** Premium Seating - SOLD OUT ***
Rows 6-11:
*** SOLD OUT ***
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TICKET INFORMATION:
NOTES:  Next orders filled in row indicated (approximate -- +/- 1 row)          
    All tickets are
Will Call (pick up at theater on night of concert)
January 28 @ 7:30pm
Rows 1-5:
*** Premium Seating - $30 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
Next Premium Seat orders filled in Row 3B/3C
Rows 6-11:
*** Reserved Seating - $22 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
Next orders filled in Row 8A
TICKET INFORMATION:
NOTES:  Next orders filled in row indicated (approximate -- +/- 1 row)          
  All tickets are
Will Call (pick up at theater on night of concert)
Dave’s music is a braid of different American musics—blues, country, rock’n’roll, pop, folk and
R&B—and in each strand, he favors the California accent. His favorite blues, for example, is the
West Coast scene that coalesced around Big Joe Turner and T-Bone Walker after World War II.

Dave’s favorite country music is the Bakersfield Sound of Buck Owens and Merle Haggard. His
favorite R&B is the South Central L.A. scene of Jesse Belvin, Johnny “Guitar” Watson, Richard
Berry and the Calvanes. His favorite folk songwriters are the California heirs of Woody Guthrie’s
years there—Kate Wolf, Jim Ringer, Mary McCaslin, Rosalie Sorrels and Tom Russell.   His
favorite pop-rock songwriters are the chroniclers of California’s collision of sun-tanned hopes and
film-noir disappointments— Randy Newman, Tom Waits, Brian Wilson and Stan Ridgway.

Alvin sings of life on the margins and between the cracks, of farm workers and illegal immigrants,
of meth heads and lost souls and places like Bellflower, Fontana, the High Sierra and the 605
Freeway.        
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NOTE:  Remaining Premium Seats are in the B & C sections of Rows 1-5.  If you'd
prefer to sit as close as possible (rows 1-3)
OR prefer to sit in row 4 or 5, please include
that request in your ticket order or send it in an email to
AMSD@Cox.net
Sections D & E:
*** $25 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
Email AMSD@Cox.net for availability (include number of tickets needed)