Free Concert: Los Vaqueros Hunting Club Traveling Band
February 10 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pmFree
The Los Vaqueros Hunting Club Traveling Band was born of campfire smoke, camaraderie and a love of tales and songs where creativity is not hindered by fact or truth.
Featuring close friends, Randy Handley, Terry Handley, Rich Casey and Roger Hill, the group first began making music together in their youth while gathered around the campfires of the Los Vaqueros Hunting Club.
Their brand of both Country AND Western music features old standards like Don’t Fence Me In and Ghost Riders In The Sky, to more contemporary hits like Billy Currington’s “People are Crazy” and Old Crow Medicine Show’s “Wagon Wheel.”
They are likely to sprinkle in a Western tune such as Tumbling Tumble Weeds and then throw down an Irish jig like The Washer Woman.
Randy Handley steers the ship (or dingy, as it were) with his beautiful voice and impeccable rhythm guitar. His brother Terry Handley, with his awesome vocal range, bears the brunt of the tight harmony work. Rich Casey fills in the upper register with an occasional mandolin lick and is known to wander off once in a while on a lead vocal. Roger Hill shores up the bottom with his solid bass styling and vocal back up.
If you are interested in fun “campfire” music, come out to see this group. Don’t forget your body parts; funny bone for laughing, feet for stomping, hands for clapping and voices for singing along.
The band has been performing for the past 20 years or so; they just love to play music and entertain folks.
The concert is free, but donations are accepted. Refreshments are served during intermission.
The Friends of the Marina Library February used book sale will take place in the lobby from 10 am- 4 pm on Saturday February 10 and from 11am-3pm on Sunday February 11.