Slide Show: Haggard at the Cascade Theatre

Merle Haggard at the Cascade Theatre
Jan. 4, 2010
Music: “Momma Tried” by Merle Haggard

 

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was born in West Lafayette, Ind., and moved to Redding in 1988. He likes photography, crowds and going places to meet new people. He is married and has two grown children.
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6 Responses

  1. Avatar Jeff Darling says:

    Thanks to all that attended another great show at the historic Cascade Theatre. The new sound system sounded great and Merle had a real conection with his home town Audience. I was real happy we get this event put together for the Northern California Veterans Home benefit.

    Jeff Darling / Cascade Theatre General Manager

  2. Avatar Gary Tull says:

    Hey Doni,

    Jennifer Scarborough (sp?) just mentioned your name and anewcafe.com on the 5:30 evening news!

  3. Avatar Canda says:

    Paul, Thanks for the sneak peek of Merle's concert. Sorry to have missed it.

  4. Avatar panahe/Paul Heath says:

    Jeff, Thank you for being such a great host!

    Canda,your welcome,Thanks to the Caf'e

    for posting them.

  5. Avatar David Palin says:

    Theresa Haggard's floating harmonies were suwheat. She is like a tailored part of Merle. Don's (sax and trumpet) ever-so-suttle humor cracks me up. Scott's solo's burns like good whiskey. These people are not just someone who holds an instrument… they entertain.

  6. Avatar Janice Powell says:

    Thanks to everyone involved for another incredible community event at the Cascade Theatre! It always amazes me to see the wide range of people who turn out for these events – from County Supervisors, to local Bar Owners, and always the "hard workin' man".. .all coming together in one place to enjoy themselves! This event brought all ages and classes of people together for a great cause supported by a great entertainer, I think that Redding should be proud!