Blame Sally returns to the 2012 “Scott Valley Bank at the Avery” benefit performance series

Scott Valley Theatre Company and Scott Valley Bank are proud to announce the return of San Francisco’s Blame Sally to Etna’s historic Avery Theatre on March 31st.  The “Sallies” are the first of four 2012 “Scott Valley Bank at the Avery” benefit performances.

Blame Sally – a Bay Area phenomenon – combines lush electric and acoustic instrumental textures with sensuous harmonies along with intriguing original compositions.  These four velvet-vocaled ladies have somehow laid claim to the modern pop-folk sound while at the same time remaining fresh and inventive.

Advance Tickets are $12.00 ($15.00 at the door). Advance tickets can be purchased at Scott Valley Bank – Redding, located at 185 Hartnell, and at all Siskiyou County branches. The Avery Theatre (home of the Scott Valley Theatre Company) is located on Main Street (next to Scott Valley Bank) in the historic gold rush town of Etna and comfortably seats up to 275 people.  Etna is nestled in the foot hills of the Marble Mountains in beautiful Scott Valley, the home of Scott Valley Bank

In 2011, Scott Valley Bank and the non-profit Scott Valley Theatre Company launched “Scott Valley Bank at the Avery” to bring exciting benefit concerts to Etna’s historic Avery Theatre.  “At the Avery” performances promote cultural events while benefiting both the theatre and other non-profits that provide service to either youth, seniors, the needy, or the general community good in the way of arts, family entertainment or beautification.

2012 “Scott Valley Bank at the Avery” benefit performances

  • Blame Sally – March 31st – to benefit the Avery Theatre
  • Acoustic Night – April 28th – to benefit the Avery Theatre
  • Cowboy Poetry & Music – November 3rd –  to benefit Valley Oaks Seniors Food Pantry
  • Christmas Concert – December 1st – to benefit the Etna Volunteer Fire Department

While “Scott Valley Bank at the Avery” performances are designed as fundraisers and will have an entry cost – tickets are modestly priced to encourage the widest possible attendance.  To suggest a Scott Valley area non-profit that may participate as a beneficiary of one of the events, a form is available at the Etna and Fort Jones branches of Scott Valley Bank and also at the Avery Theatre.

For more information about: the Blame Sally concert, the Scott Valley Theatre Company, or the Avery Theatre contact Rick Anderson at 530-467-4181 or email:

To reach Scott Valley Bank Redding call 530-221-2000.  Scott Valley Bank Member FDIC

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