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2009 Day on the Green at Wildhorse Golf Course

The DHS Blue and White Foundation’s Sixth Annual Golf Tournament will tee-off on Saturday June 5th, at Wildhorse Golf Course, 2323 Rockwell Drive, in Davis. Rounding out the 19th hole will be the second annual DHS BWF Concert on the Green, sponsored by Watermelon Music and featuring Special Interest, One Eyed Rhyno, Hotwire, J Street Jazz Cats and Yolo Mambo. The concert is open to golfers, and non-golfers alike.

The shotgun style golf tournament begins at 10 AM, with dinner and prizes at 4 PM.  The Concert on the Green commences at 5 PM with the local Davis band Yolo Mambo.

Registration fees for the golf tournament are $150.00 and will include a box lunch, tournament and green fees, a Mexican style buffet dinner, as well as the live musical performance. Contact Grant Rockwell at (916)-335-7000 or visit www.blueandwhitegolf.com to register on-line. 

Tri-Tip sandwiches from the Davis Graduate, Burritos from Dos Coyotes, and Pizza from Woodstock’s pizza will be sold at Concert on the Green.  Jamba Juice and The Davis Creamery will be serving cold desserts. Guests are encouraged to bring picnic blankets and low profile lawn chairs.

Concert tickets are available at Watermelon Music and guests are encouraged to purchase their tickets early for express entry into the concert.  Tickets may also be purchased at the door. Adults are $10; children 10 and under are $5. Bikes or carpools are recommended.

Please visit www.dhsblueandwhite.org for additional information and event updates.

The Concert on the Green

Concert on the Green – Line-up (times listed are approximate and line-up may change)

8:50 pm

SPECIAL INTEREST is a cover rock, R&B and blues experience, vocally led by the high-octane Chris Farnum and the soulful Katie Ijams. They lead stylized arrangements driven by the tasty guitar work of Peter Kellison and powered by an insanely tight rhythm section — Nick Louizos on bass and Chris Mowrer on drums.  As seasoned players who have played a seriously wide range of events for over a decade, these five musicians know music drives the show, but performance drives the crowd. They leave any audience wanting more. 


 7:50 PM


One Eyed Rhyno

One Eyed Rhyno

has been rockin’ with their original (classic rock/blues) songs and their covers that range from The Doors to Alice in Chains to the Goo Goo Dolls for almost six years now; this is a band you do not want to miss.  James Hunter, singer/songwriter/guitarist, started OER in 2004 playing classic and original rock at venues all over the Sacramento and Bay Area.  His sister Elaine, drummer/back-up vocals, does her own jazzy piano and vocal set as well.  Andrew Daniels is the original bass player for OER and sings some back- up vocals as well.  OER has recently been signed to UnderAge Records and they recently won the Jammies Competition in Sacramento and spent 10 hours recording in Pus Cavern Studios in Sacramento.  




7:00 PM

is a young band who rock beyond their years. Comprised of three elementary students and a junior high student, Hotwire has performed at a wide variety of venues including the 2009 and 2010 Jammies Finals at Crest Theater. The band consists of Brady Corcoran (lead vocals/rhythm guitar); Cole Morse (lead guitar, backup vocals); Theo Farnum (bass, backup vocals), and Riley Donahue (drums, backup vocals). The band writes and performs both original music and covers, with influences listed as Green Day, Weezer, and Pearl Jam.




6:00 PM

The J Street Jazz Cats is a group of 7th through 11th graders that plays traditional Jazz, Light Rock, and Swing Tunes.  Up to 11 performers will take the stage.  The Jazz Cats will have just recently finished playing a four day Jazz Festival in Old Sacramento over the Memorial Day weekend. 

5:10 PM

Yolo Mambo delivers world music with a Western pop undercurrent consisting of Catherine LeBlanc, vocals; Phil Summers, guitar; Steve O’Neill, bass; and Carla Campbell, percussion.  Summers and LeBlanc both are familiar members of the world music group !Akimbo. O’Neill has played bass in numerous groups. Campbell will be recognized from her work with the Diane Patterson Xtet.  Influences include Carlos Jobim, Kirsty MacColl, Sting, and the music of Africa and the Caribbean. If you like Putamayo music label, you will love their music!

http://yolomambo.onsugar.com | www.myspace.com/summertrioband

Between Acts

 Conor Kellicutt wonders about the simple things in life. Why is his dog so happy? Why do we do the jobs we do? And what is that smell? Starting out in theater when he was 5, Conor graduated to Stand-up Comedy in San Francisco at 21 at the Legendary Holy City Zoo.  Quickly becoming a regular at The Punchline and Cobb’s Comedy Club, and taking second place in the Comedy Central Laugh Riot Semi Finals, Conor has focused on finding just the right words and putting them in just the right order to keep his audiences laughing! Conor is currently writing and performing for the internet show ‘Bait N Switch’ as well as hosting the new TV Show ‘Eating Out Cheap’!

Conor has worked with Dave Chappelle, Jake Johansen, Dave Attell, Tracy Morgan, Chris Titus, Dana Carvey, Robin williams, Greg Poops, Arj Barker, Patton Oswald, Greg Geraldo, Jay Mohr, Ralphy May and a bunch of people you have never heard of but are still hilarious!


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