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Locals launches 2014

Top: RedGirl (Keith Larsen, Mike Hepher, Steve Jones, Anie Hepher); Below, left: Mark Rosini and Krista Napl; Below, right: Darin Welch; Bottom left: Mark Casey;  Bottom left: Maddi and Dave Prinn. Not pictured: Barry Coulter. - Barry Coulter photo
Top: RedGirl (Keith Larsen, Mike Hepher, Steve Jones, Anie Hepher); Below, left: Mark Rosini and Krista Napl; Below, right: Darin Welch; Bottom left: Mark Casey; Bottom left: Maddi and Dave Prinn. Not pictured: Barry Coulter.
— image credit: Barry Coulter photo

The first Locals Coffeehouse of 2014 and the third of the 2013/14 season featured six acts performing a wide variety of material.  Dave Prinn joined daughter Maddi Prinn on stage to open proceedings. Mark Casey performed a set comprised of original material and an interesting mix of covers. Mark Rosini and Krista Napl dueted songs from the 1930s. Barry Coulter played a set of the songs of Nick Drake.  Songwriter Darin Welch of Kimberley performed a set of new material, and the band RedGirl reincarnated as a Bluegrass quartet — bringing down the house to close out the evening.

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