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Versatiles rekindle a little of that old time cowboy music

The Versatiles are set to perform old time cowboy tunes.  - Contributed
The Versatiles are set to perform old time cowboy tunes.
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Too much fun? As if there’s any such thing.

The Versatiles are at it again, with director Susie Francis and some new blood in the form of the Amazing Kevin (Luti), a very funny guy who just happens to be a talented magician.

The Versatiles are presenting Happy Trails, an afternoon of old time cowboy music and fun, along with the music of Gracey and the Guys, at the Cloverdale Legion, Sunday, May 27. Tickets are $5, and get you a seat, a chance to win prizes or get thrown in jail, laugh until you hurt, and to dance the afternoon away.

The troupe is having a lot of fun just rehearsing and laughing at all the songs and silliness, bringing back memories of the old performers like Roy, Dale and Gabby.

Doors open at noon, and the show begins at 2 p.m. Come early and have lunch, and get the best seat in the house.

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