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Bedford Gazette (Newspaper) - June 30, 2000, Bedford, Pennsylvania Arts Entertainment 20 June Bedfofd Jason Sellers A Matter of Time Jason Sellers grew up perform ing but that didnt save him from years and years of paying his with his second A Matter of it sourids like Jasons finally ready for the big He calls his but from the age of 4 he traveled more than 200 days a year with his familys gospel And while most 16yearold boys want a car more than any thing else in the when Jasons parents gave him money to buy he spent it making demos of songs he had The next year he moved to Mount to be a regular in a variety but he soon headed back to Texas to form a band with his By age Jason was ready to make the move to As soon as he hit he used one of his connections and called Vince Gill for Vince did better than that he hired Jason to play bass and sing backup for him on Jason spent two years in Billy Joe Royals band and then five years with Ricky eventually becoming Rickys road All the Jason was hon ing his songwrit ing skills and has landed cuts by folks like Pam John Michael Mont Wade Country Music Memo Hy Pinilrth Tnr Klnp FinliiriH Jessica Andrews and Lee Ann In with Lee he landed a little more the two were married and have a The two were divorced a few years back but remain good In Lee Ann sings harmony on the cut Every Fire on Jasons new Ricky Skaggs along with Alison Krauss appears on Thats Not Her a touch ing Gary Anderson tune thats one of the albums stand Another standout cut is Jasons duet with Pam Tillis of the George Wynette classic Golden Jason and Pam cut their own soul version instead of trying to sound like the In the whole album has a kind of soul feel to Jason says its kind of like Aretha Franklin and Merle Haggard on a that might be a bit but it is a different sound than most of the popflavored music being on country radio today a little more a little more While Jasons first album wasnt a huge this one might Now that hes truly paid all his personal and professional dues several times it should only be a matter of time before Jason Sellers sees his own music climb to the top of the JASON SELLERS Consort to host four free concerts The Pennsylvania Consort has announced four free summer con In the down town Bedford as follows July Heartstrings Celtic Folk Group July Touch of Brass Ensem ble July Dutch Corner Con cert Choir and July John Jesse Country Music All concerts begin at 2 Heartstrings Celtic Folk Group is a Hollidaysburgbased folk group that presents traditional and folk music from the Renais sance era to The group of area playing hammered dul and Irish pre sents haunting instru mental and vocal selections from Celtic antiquity to the Touch of Brass Ensemble hails from Johnstown and consists of a quartet of professional brass instrumental The players are music educators at public schools and universities and are members of the John stown Symphony The Dutch Corner Concert Choir specializes in a Capella and small ensembleaccompanied musical works from the European Baroque Period The comprised of about 18 singers from local areas including Dutch Breeze the is known for its period It will present interpretations by George Frederick as well as contemporary composers inter pretations of Baroque Period John and Jesse a father son duo truly love to make Their repertoire ranges from classic country to original Christina contemporary composi Most they recorded works in professional productions studios in John and Jesse will perform selections from their most recent All summer on the Squares con certs will be held free of in downtown Bedford at the intersections of Penn and Juliana event of inclement they will be performed in the Bed ford Presbyterian down town on Penn just across the Bedford Post For outdoor lawn chairs blankets are wel Garden Art exhibit to open this weekend at arts center Art among the flowers will be blooming at the Bedford County Arts Center during the sixth annual Garden Art Artists of every stripe and medium will exhibit representa tions of gardens and some of the CROSSWORD By THOMAS JOSEPH things that flourish therein dur ing this multimedia show and sale throughout the month of The exhibit will come to life July 1 and 2 when the award winning Bedford County Garden Club showcases its collective tal ent in a complementary display of live plants and The public is invited to attend the artists reception provided by the Garden Club on July 2 from 2 to 4 The Bedford County Arts Cen ter is in the Anderson 137 Pitt Hours are Tuesday through 11 to 5 Admission is For more call 623 1538 or email email@example.com. ACROSS 1 Wood strips 6 Soaking spells 11 Actor Hawke heit inducer 13 Greek letter 14 poetically 15 Sweetie 16 Gallery fill 18 French friend 19 Exploit 20 Fleet letters 21 Right triangle sides 23 Doubled 25 Towel word 27 Took a load off 28 Scatter 30 Quick tastes 33 Beheld 34 Animation frame 36 Mine yield 37 Displaced person 39 Sister 40 Crocs kin 41 Actors rep 43 Word of surrender 44 Derisive look 45 Old anesthetic 46 Move it DOWN 1 Deadly 2 Not out 3 Rem brandt painting 4 Topper 5 Big mess 6 Trouble 7 Lot size 8 Rem brandt painting Check the first page of classifieds for puzzle answers from TONIGHT KARAOKE by Limelight No Cover Charge Proper HURRY SUNDOWN 9 Raspy 10 Kinds 17 Believers suffix 22 General address 24 Actor McKellen 26 Less risky 28 Wise one 29 Minuscule 31 Hedge tender 32 Gate tender 33 Musical link 35 Dog line 38 Singer Natalie 42 Wilde beest KARAOKE By Logan Lakeview Lounge Schellsburg June 30 9 1 Must be 21 to enter GLADIATOR One Show Nightly PM Annual 4th of July Picnic John Baptist Catholic Church New Baltimore Picnic Grounds July 11 am 6 pm i Chicken Childrens eshoe tournament ry I for the THEATRE Bedford 830 DAILY CRYPTOQUOTES Heres how to work it AXYDLBAAXR isLONGFELLOW One letter stands for In this A is used for the three X for the two Single the length and formation of the words are all Each day the code letters are CRYPTOQUQTE NZS NM QWS HNFQ KLUKZISL Q E X S F NM WDHKZ OSVZRF NZ SKTQW QNLKE VF QWS RNNL KHSTVIKZ KJMTSL ZNTQW CWVQSWSKL Yffterdsys Crypioawttt ONE OF THE ADVANTAGES OF BEING DISORDERLY IS THAT ONE IS CONSTANTLY MAKING EXCITING MILNE Dont Miss The Family Fun At The Third Annual Bedford County CruiseIn WalMart Parking Lot Bedford Square Plaza Jloute 30 Bedford PM Saturdays July August 2000 September October Bring Your Customized Car or Motorcycle No charge to No judging Musie Door Prizes Plenty of Conversation with Car Enthusiasts Whats happening Kids Stuff offered The second Saturday of each the Bedford County Arts Coun cil sponsors Kid Stuff with field trips and creativity classes for children ages 7 through The sessions run from 1 to Kitrina assistant manager at the arts hosts the Kid Stuff program and has a schedule of activities planned for the upcoming months July Outdoor watercolor find out how many ways you can use watercolor Twopart salt dough sculp create the sculpture in the first class then finish with watercolor or acrylic in the second November Field trip to Southern Alleghe nies Museum of Art of Altoona to see antique dolls and a Tibetan art display December Gingerbread create and decorate an edi ble Classes are free but class size is Preregister a child by calling the Bedford County Arts Center at The center is located in the Anderson House at 137 Pitt in Hours of operation are Tuesday through Saturday from 11 to 5 Admis sion is Hours change The Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art SAMA is changing regu lar operating hours at three of its four facilities effective July The new hours are Tuesday through Friday from 10 to 5 and weekends from 1 to 5 The museum will be closed on This time change will affect the sites in Ligonier Valley and SAMA Public Relations Coordinator Mark Williams The standardization of hours between Altoona and Ligonier Valley was instituted to accommodate our The hours for the Johnstown facility located it the Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown will remain Monday through Friday to and closed Brooks Dunn come to Rocky Gap Country stars Brooks Dunn will be appearing at the Rocky Gap Music Festival at Allegany College of The 12th edition of the annual threeday music scheduled for 5 and also will feature Tanya Mark BlackHawk and Junior For the first time since the western Maryland fes tival is offering advance sale reserve in addition to the tradition al lawn Fans interested in obtaining in concert upfront seats for performances headlined by Tanya BlackHawk and Junior and the 6 show featuring Brooks Dunn and Mark Wills will now have three seating Tickets may be ordered by calling 301 7225200 or 1888ROCKYGAP or through Ticketmaster at 410 202 432SEAT or 703 573SEAT and all BaltimoreWashington Ticketmaster Down loadable order forms and ticket information are also available on the official event web site at Manspeakers works on display A collaborative show of Bedford County artist Tbd Manspeakers black and white photography accompanied by his wife Jeans poetry will be on display at the Rising Phoenix Retreat through Labor Day Each of Tods almost three dozen which depict images of will be accompanied by a The photographs are matted and framed to archival standards and are available for The poetry and prints can be pur chased For more information on ordering additional prints call the Manspeaker residence at 6237882 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on the exhibit or for directions to the center and public viewing call 301 Celebration planned The Annual Family Day Celebration at Bilgers will begin at 11 July and wilTcontinue until 6 Country music with the Gateway Ramblers and other bands will begin at 1 and last until 6 Craftspeople and fleamarketers will be at the event during its There will be a concession stand and guided tours of the rock formations and caves will be along with a petting For more call 2361373 or banjo contest is July 15 The 36th Annual Friendsville Fiddle and Banjo Contest will be held on July in the Friendsville town Tickets for the festival are for adults and for The con tests are open to all amateur fiddlers and banjo players who want to take Tbp prize for the middle 2059 years and senior 60 and over categories is Tbp teen prize is All children up to 12 years receive just for entering and the top three win The day begins at 3 with preshow The contest will begin at 6 For more contact Carol Calhoun at 301 Totem Pole to stage Pirates The Caledonia Theater Company will stage The Pirates of Pen zance July 516 at the Totem Pole Playhouse in For more information and to reserve call 717 Program planned Local author and researcher Patty Wilson tell local ghost stories and folklore July at 8 at Cowans Gap State Park TONIGHT MALICE June 30 Cover Charge Proper BUDGET INN Bedford Interchange 6237800 INQUIRIES RKMKPING THE CHVISEIN CONTACT Celebrate The Fourth With J Jeanne Bolger Soloist Stephen Johnopolis Pianist Frank Conese on Bass June 30 July 1 6 9 pm in Bedford KARAOKE DJ June 30 No Cover Choice PLCB Required Tonight At The Tavern Karaoke with Ron Esthor June 30 1030pm130am No Cover Charge Proper ID Bedford Tavern 6239021 BEDFORD MOOSE Denes to the sounds of July 1 to
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