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PHOTO COURTESY OF CHEYENNE MCDONALD
Live on U.S. Highway 1
Local singer-songwriter Cheyenne McDonald will be in Guadalupe to share her music, including songs from her album, which is set to come out this year. Just 18 years old, McDonald already has a successful album and production deal. When you hear her sing, it’s no wonder the youngster is getting listeners excited about her country pop sound.
PHOTO COURTESY OF CHUMASH CASINO RESORT
A lifetime of laughter has followed iconic comedian and actor Don Rickles. Don’t bring a loudmouth with you to Rickles’ upcoming show at the Chumash Casino Resort ,though, because this comedian earned his “insult comic” reputation due to his blistering treatment of hecklers. Interrupted or not, Rickles will coax laughter from folks of his generation to those just old enough to get into the casino.
PHOTO COURTESY OF ALLAN HANCOCK COLLEGE
Masters of movement
The much-lauded Allan Hancock College dance program is raring up for its showcase of the semester. Dance Spectrum will feature solo and ensemble performances of ballet, jazz, modern, tap, hip-hop, and folklorico dance choreographed by faculty and students at the college. The energy and skill displayed by teachers to aspiring professionals at the recital is the outcome of massive collaboration and effort.
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