Gayville Hall plans a swinging, two-hour show of vintage American popular music to kick off its 12th season on Saturday, March 24, in Gayville. The Poker Alice Band and saxophonist C.J. Kocher will star in the 8 p.m. show.
The veteran band, founded in the mid-1980s, will play from its repertoire of American popular songs, western swing, jump blues, and old-time rock, according to Gayville Hall proprietor Doug Sharples. Kocher teaches saxophone and jazz studies at USD and has performed behind pop stars and in big bands, symphony orchestras and jazz groups. Schwebach sings and plays lead and steel guitars in Poker Alice. DeJong plays fiddle. Larry Rohrer sings and plays bass. Other band members are Dennis Jensen on guitar and vocals and Al Remund on drums.
Call (605) 267-2859 for more information.