Gregg “Cheech” Hall of Deece Productions is back with another couple of themed shows, once again choosing artists and particular albums to re-create with area musicians.
The second show is a tribute to Neil Young’s “Harvest” and “Zuma,” and will be staged at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 9, 2012, also at the Muse. This show will feature Billy Hembd as Neil Young, backed by Hall, Amy Hembd, Mike Stidolph and Cody Appel.
“I chose to do a Neil show because it seems to draw the most people,” Hall said.
“Billy Hembd is the best Neil Young you could ever ask for. We chose ‘Harvest’ because that has got to be one of the most popular Neil albums,” Hall said. “We decided to do ‘Zuma’ for the second set because it has a lot of
B-side tunes you don’t hear on the radio, thank God. It is a great album to be aware of if you’re a Neil fan.”
Hall said he planned the two shows for the same weekend because that’s when the Bandit County Fair in De Soto usually is.
“We decided to take a year off of the Bandit County Fair, so I wanted to do something different and cool that weekend to make up for that.”