Plumas Arts announces that Richard Elloyan is the featured artist at Quincy’s first Words & Music of the
season. The event, held at Patti’s Thunder Cafe at 557 Lawrence St., starts at 7 p.m. with Elloyan’s performance, followed by open mic. Doors open at 6:45, and those interested may sign up for an open mic spot at that time. The show ends at 9 p.m. There is a $3 cash-only admission fee; children 12 and under are free. Drinks and treats will be available for purchase from the cafe.
Words & Music is held October through May on the second Thursday of each month. This Plumas Arts program features acoustic performances of music and the spoken word. For more information visit https://www.plumasarts.org/words–music.html or call (530) 283-3402.
About Richard Elloyan
A regular on the western music circuit, Richard Elloyan has appeared at the National Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival in Elko, Nevada, and the Colorado Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival in Golden, Colorado, as well as shows in Vinton, Arizona, and many, many more.
Growing up in the historic mining town of Virginia City, Nevada, Elloyan said he uses his love of the state, its rich history, and its magnificent vistas as a constant source of inspiration. Elloyan has been writing poetry and short stories for as far back as he can remember but it wasn’t until he began playing guitar that he truly found his niche. A recent transplant to Plumas County, Elloyan said he looks forward to introducing his music to the region.
Learn more about Elloyan at https://www.plumasarts.org/wm-oct-2023.html.
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