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Spring at the Carson Valley Inn

By From page B7 | April 06, 2012

The Carson Valley Inn spring concert lineup features Michael Martin Murphey on Friday, April 13, The Lettermen on Friday through Sunday, May 18 – 20 and Collin Raye on Saturday, June 16.

Acclaimed as America’s No. 1 cowboy singer and songwriter, Michael Martin Murphey has made more than 35 albums and BMI has confirmed that his song “Wildfire” is one of the most played songs in the history of radio.

He is appearing at the Carson Valley Inn to set the mood for the Genoa Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival which starts two weeks later.

The Lettermen were signed to Capitol records in the summer of 1961 and their hits have been numerous including “Goin’ Out Of My Head” “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You,” “Hurt So Bad” “Theme From A Summer Place” and “The Way You Look Tonight.”

Among 32 consecutive albums which charted in the Top 100 in the United States, four were certified gold. The Lettermen are currently Tony Butala (founding member), Donovan Tea and Bobby Poynton.

Five-time nominee for country music’s Male Vocalist of the Year, Collin Raye appeared for two sold-out audiences at the Carson Valley Inn in September and he is returning for one show on Saturday, June 16.

Twenty-three of Collin’s 25 singles went top 10; 15 of these going all the way to No. 1.

More information about these spring concerts is on the Carson Valley Inn’s Website at carsonvalleyinn.com/specialevents.php.

Tickets are available at the Carson Valley Inn’s hotel desk or call 775-783-6606.

The Carson Valley Inn is located on Highway 395 in Minden, Nev.

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