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Western harmonies, homespun humor in Livermore

Known as "America's Favorite Cowboys," the popular Riders in the Sky return to the Bankhead Theater at 3 p.m. next Sunday (Feb. 16) in a fun show for the whole family.

More than 40 years after their first gig at a small bar in Nashville, the original members are still together, revitalizing classic cowboy music while amusing audiences, and each other, with their wacky sense of humor.

Among their many honors, they received the Best Musical Album for Children Grammy Award in 2001 for "Woody's Round-Up" featuring music from the Pixar Studios movie "Toy Story 2."

Tickets are $20-$75. Call 373-6800, visit lvpac.org, or go to the box office, 2400 First St., Livermore.

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Western harmonies, homespun humor in Livermore

by / Pleasanton Weekly

Uploaded: Mon, Feb 10, 2020, 11:32 am

Known as "America's Favorite Cowboys," the popular Riders in the Sky return to the Bankhead Theater at 3 p.m. next Sunday (Feb. 16) in a fun show for the whole family.

More than 40 years after their first gig at a small bar in Nashville, the original members are still together, revitalizing classic cowboy music while amusing audiences, and each other, with their wacky sense of humor.

Among their many honors, they received the Best Musical Album for Children Grammy Award in 2001 for "Woody's Round-Up" featuring music from the Pixar Studios movie "Toy Story 2."

Tickets are $20-$75. Call 373-6800, visit lvpac.org, or go to the box office, 2400 First St., Livermore.

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