They come from backgrounds as varied as the places they call home, but once the members of The Peavine Pickers take the stage at the Friday night barbecue, they’ll seem like members of your own family.
A self-described “campfire band,” The Peavine Pickers have headlined many local events, particularly a few performances at the Laws Railroad Museum alongside cowboy entertainer Dave Stamey, and before the local Backcountry Horsemen gatherings.
The Pickers offer a wide array of talent and a solid mix of genres – everything from ‘70s soft rock to old cowboys tunes to modern country. No one member of the Pickers is considered to be the lead singer; rather they take turns with the songs that compliment their vocal talents.
The members live from Wellington to Smokey Valley, and then down as far south as Ridgecrest. Among the members is Bishop Police Chief Chris Carter.
Michelle Denault, the master chef behind the annual Mule Days Opening Night Supper, will provide dinner.
Sponsored by Boot Barn, the barbecue starts at 4:30 p.m., Friday, May 25th at the center of the fairgrounds near the Miller Stage. Tickets are available at the barbecue or in advance. Cost is $14 for adults and $10 for children.
Photo courtesy The Peavine Pickers
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