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Sean McAlindin

Sean McAlindin
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Sean is a writer, musician and educator based in Truckee. When he's not drafting new story ideas, he can be found jamming with his Celtic bluegrass band, Lost Whiskey Engine, hiking for a local back-country powder stash or hanging out with his daughter, Penelope.

Backcountry Bikes and Bluegrass at Lost Trail Lodge

As I meandered down the dusty road, I slowly, almost imperceptibly, heard string music floating between the trees in the distance. Was it just...

Grass Roots | Four decades of local love and well-being

How does a local businessowner remain relevant through decades of cultural, environmental and political change? By always listening to his customers, of course. “We see...

Charlie Puth

If your 12-year-old daughter can’t wait for this concert with modern heartthrob Charlie Puth, don’t worry; you are not alone. “True Grit” actor-turned-singer Hailee...

Nahko and Medicine for the People

The multi-ethnic Portland band Nahko and Medicine for the People have been transporting audiences to a higher plane for the past six years and...

Poor Man’s Whiskey

Poor Man’s Whiskey is one of Northern California best contemporary bluegrass bands with a reputation for high-energy live shows and a rare fusion of...

Victor Wooten Trio

As one of the premier bassists of his generation, Victor Wooten of The Flecktones always brings something exceptional to share when he comes to...

Steve Miller Band with Peter Frampton

The original joker Steve Miller brings his vast catalogue of 1970s hits to South Lake. Add the unparalleled Peter Frampton to the mix and...

Haunted Summer

Los Angeles shoe gazers, Haunted Summer, have been wooing fans around the world since their 2017 release “Spirit Guides” provided a modern take of...

Sam Ravenna

As one of Tahoe’s most versatile and productive local musicians, Sam Ravenna brings his irreplaceable style of R&B, jazz and free-form rock to the...

Groove Foundry | Tahoe’s Powerhouse Big Band

If you are at a local bar or outdoor concert and you happen to come upon eight musicians dressed to the nines playing tight,...