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MAURICE TANI and ‘77 EL DEORA returns to Redding

HONKY TONK, ALT COUNTRY & ”HILLBILLY NOIR”

Maurice Tani and 77 El Deora is set to return to the Oaksong Music Society Stage in Redding on Saturday, February 11th. Accompanying Tani will be his old friend and musical collaborator, Mike Anderson on bass and singer Margaret Belton, who will provide additional energy to an already electric show. Born and raised in San Francisco, Maurice Tani was just a bit too young for the Summer of Love, but was still profoundly influenced by the California culture that gave the world country rock from the Bakersfield variety to psychedelic to the singer songwriter types. Tani & 77 El Deora represent the best in Americana: smart without making a fuss about it. The lyrics are worldly but universal. The musical ideas hit home. The playing is as good as you’re going to hear this side of Austin. Above all, the band covers a lot of ground, from wistful ballads to hard driving honky-tonk rock, from personal meditations to satirical cultural observations, from electrified twang to down-home acoustic. Once in a while, they even find new shades of meaning in some cover you thought had been long since played out. This band is different. This band is special. Door opens @ 7:15 pm, show starts @ 8:00 pm. Tickets are $25, student tickets $10 (18 years and under with valid Student ID). Tickets are available at The Music Connection, 3086 Bechelli Lane, Redding. (530) 223-2040 or online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2595908
Date & Time
  • February 11, 2017
  • 8:00PM - 10:30PM
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