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Raymond Theatre presents ‘A Trail Band Holiday’
RAYMOND, WASH. — Sunday Afternoon Live presents
“A Trail Band Holiday” program 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov.
26, at the Raymond Theatre (323 Third St.). Join us to
kickoff the holiday season with music and mirth.
“A Trail Band Holiday” has been performed an-
nually since its inception in 1994, and was originally
produced as a television special for Oregon Public
The show includes Marv and Rindy Ross of
Quarterflash and Seafood Mama fame. They will be
accompanied by Eddie Parente, a virtuoso violinist.
The Trail Band members joining them for this
special concert are:
• Cal Scott, musical director for The Trail Band,
performing on cornet, mandolin and guitar. Scott has
composed the scores to more than 40 PBS documen-
taries as an award-winning singer and songwriter.
• Mike Doherty, known as a master of the ham-
mer dulcimer, also plays electric and string brass. He
performs as a musician and storyteller with Oregon
• Phil Neuman and Gail Neuman record for
Pandourion Records and lead the Oregon Renais-
sance Band. The couple deftly plays a wide variety
of instruments, with Gayle Neuman playing violin,
flageolet and trombone. Phil Neuman is featured on
tuba, coronet, bagpipe, recorder and pennywhistle.
• Dan Stuber, a percussionist, provides the beat at
the heart of The Trail Band. He has performed with
The Flying Karamazov Brothers on Broadway, and
performs with several jazz and pop ensembles in
Come celebrate the season with talented musicians
as “A Trail Band Holiday” brings their festive musi-
cal magic to the Raymond Theater!
Tickets are $15 at the door or $12 in advance at
the Raymond Theatre, Raymond Pharmacy and South
Bend Pharmacy. For more ticket information, call
The show is sponsored by Davis Insurance and
Real Estate, Helen Campbell, Dick Mergens and
Willapa Veterinary Service.
KEITH BUCKLE PHOTO
Top row, from left: Mick Doherty, Eddie Parente, Phil Neuman, Cal Scott and Dan Stueber. Bottom row,
from left: Rindy Ross, Marv Ross and Gayle Neuman
• Davis Insurance and
• Helen Campbell
• Dick Mergens
• Willapa Veterinary
Nov. 26 th
Buy advance tickets at: www.sundayafternoonlive.org
or phone (360) 875-5207
240 11TH STREET
ASTORIA, OR 97103
ASTORIA — The Liberty
Theatre has joined #Giv-
ingTuesday, a global day
of giving that harnesses
the collective power of
ties and organizations to
and to celebrate generosity
Taking place this year
Nov. 28, #GivingTuesday
is held annually on the
Tuesday after Thanksgiv-
ing (in the U.S.) and the
widely recognized shop-
ping events Black Friday
and Cyber Monday to
kick off the holiday giving
season and inspire people
to collaborate in improving
their local communities
and to give back in impact-
ful ways to the charities
and causes they support.
Donations to the non-
profit Liberty Theatre can
be made at libertyastoria.
org/donate, or by mailing a
check to Liberty Resto-
ration Inc, 1203 Com-
mercial St., Astoria, Ore.