PRIME DIRECTIVE is playing at a concert on Friday, March 25, at the Mother Lode Lions Hall. Jon Shapiro, 17 of El Dorado, right, and left to right, Shane O'Leary, 16, Thomas Winings, 17 and Clint Stremcka, 17, play music ranging from country and classic rock to reggae. Isaac Bear and Crimson Sky are also on the bill. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

PRIME DIRECTIVE - Keyboard and lead vocalist, Jon Shapiro, 17, of El Dorado (right) and band members, (left to right) Shane O'Leary, 16, of Camino on drums, Thomas Winings, 17, of Placerville, on Bass, and Clint Stremcka, 17, of Mt. aukum, guitar, banjo, and vocals play music ranging from country and classic rock to reggae and will be performing at the Motherlode Lions Club on Missouri Flat, March 25th at 7 p.m. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene


Prime Directive treks to Friday concert

By From page B1 | March 22, 2011

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