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“Like Father like Son” by Jim Corbett • jimcorbett22@comcast.net


Sebastopol, CA. ~ Legend- ary soul singer Otis Redding left


his son


with a musi- cal


heritage


that extends far beyond the hit records for which


he is


famous. Indeed, Otis Redding III has been be- stowed with his father’s unique musi- cal


gift, and


for nearly 25 years has put


this talent to good use by not only touring and performing, but also writing and arranging since the early 80’s. Otis Red- ding III is an accomplished and recognized artist and mu-


the world. His loving father taught him, “Music has to have feeling and emotion”, and ‘like father, like son’ Otis Redding III delivers. Mr. Mu- sic and the Sebastopol Com-


sician in his own right and has toured extensively throughout


munity Cultural Center is proud and excited to be pre- senting Otis Redding III on July 12th at 8:00pm at the Cen- ter. This is a rare chance to hear the family


leg-


acy of Otis Redding songs pre- sented by his soulful son and his powerful band.


Tickets are $20 advanced and $25 at the door at www.seb.


org. Doors open at 7:15, show begins at 8:00pm


Chris Parr of Sonoma County, Califonia is at one of Seat- tle's eight historic districts. It is a collection of commercial buildings,


churches, apart-


ments and houses. At its cen- ter is a "village green" with a 1914 Andrew Carnegie library branch of the Seattle Public


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UPBEAT’s SUMMER Entertainment Guide #2 Upbeat Times at


Columbia City Landmark District in Seattle, WA!


I collect hats. That's what you do when you're bald. ~ James Taylor


UPBEAT TIMES, INC. • JULY 2019 • Pg 17


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