From left, Dee Johnson on guitar, Ella Campbell on fiddle, Kelsey Montalto on alto sax, and Charlotte Allen on upright bass performing Milk Cow Blues Special during Yosemite High School’s 9th annual Nite on the Town concert.
From left, Dee Johnson on guitar, Ella Campbell on fiddle, Kelsey Montalto on alto sax, and Charlotte Allen on upright bass performing Milk Cow Blues Special during Yosemite High School’s 9th annual Nite on the Town concert. Steve Montalto Special to Sierra Star
From left, Dee Johnson on guitar, Ella Campbell on fiddle, Kelsey Montalto on alto sax, and Charlotte Allen on upright bass performing Milk Cow Blues Special during Yosemite High School’s 9th annual Nite on the Town concert. Steve Montalto Special to Sierra Star

A memorable musical nite

March 07, 2017 01:06 PM

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