Morro Bay Sings: Elvis! Erin Inglish, Julian Temple, Les Beck

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Saturday, November 9th, 2013, the Morro Bay Community Foundation will present the

fifth annual Morro Bay Sings, concert series. This year it’s “Morro Bay Sings…ELVIS!”

The concert venue is the Morro Bay Community Center, located at 1001 Kennedy Way,

in Morro Bay, California.

Local musicians will come together to sing the songs that the King, Elvis... more

Saturday, November 9th, 2013, the Morro Bay Community Foundation will present the

fifth annual Morro Bay Sings, concert series. This year it’s “Morro Bay Sings…ELVIS!”

The concert venue is the Morro Bay Community Center, located at 1001 Kennedy Way,

in Morro Bay, California.

Local musicians will come together to sing the songs that the King, Elvis Presley,

made famous. MB Sings is a benefit for the Morro Bay Community Foundation. The

Foundation is dedicated to providing recreational scholarships for youth residing in

Cayucos, Los Osos, and Morro Bay, allowing them to participate in programs provided

by the Morro Bay Recreation and Parks Department. Requests for these scholarships are

at a constant high demand. The Foundation is seeking community support in order to

continue to serve our youth.

About the artists:

Erin Inglish

A native of the California Central Coast –She plays solid Scruggs-style banjo,

and her presentation of voice and banjo is superbly unique. Having lived in India,

Madagascar, Bulgaria and Serbia, Erin's songwriting reflects her worldly travels

and grounding passion for sustainability and social justice. From the conscientious

messages in her songwriting and performing, to her consulting work as an energy

efficiency and sustainability specialist, Erin is a consummate, humanistic storyteller.

(www.erininglish.com). This will be Erin’s second Morro Bay Sings show. Last year

her creative arrangements of Paul Simon songs were simply stunning.

Julian Temple

Julian grew up in the sleepy seaside town of Cayucos. He began his career at Ocean

Front Pizza in 1999 as a delivery driver, bringing his guitar to work and playing outside

on the restaurant's surfboard bench. A few years later he and his wife Élan (another

Cayucan who also worked at the Pizza place) packed up and moved to New Zealand to

start a family and his music career. He formed the "Julian Temple Band in Dunedin,

New Zealand in February, 2004. He has independently recorded and released five

albums. Julian has relocated back to the U.S.A. and is actively touring as a solo act and

with the band.

Les Beck

Long time Morro Bay singer, guitarist and keyboard player will open the show.

The doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the music starts at 7 p.m. Home-made soups, salad,

and bread, provided by Morro Bay's Galley Seafood Grill and Bar will be available for

purchase at $10.00, from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Beer and wine will be available for purchase

throughout the evening. Drawing tickets can be bought the night of the show, for a

chance to win gift certificates from local businesses.

Tickets are $20.00. You may reserve your tickets by contacting Mitch Barnett at

805.234.2980 or utopiaonthebeach@gmail.com or on-line at our Facebook site Morro

Bay Sings to be picked up at will-call the night of the concert. Tickets are also available

at Ruddell's Smokehouse in Cayucos, Coalesce Bookstore in Morro Bay, and Volumes of

Pleasure bookstore in Los Osos. For $175.00 you may reserve a table for 8 that includes

a bottle of wine and dessert. For more information, pictures or interviews, contact Mitch

Barnett at utopiaonthebeach@gmail.com.

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