The Electromagnetic Soul Vehicle
Local musician Dave Theno and College of the Siskiyous present a new original musical production, “The Electromagnetic Soul Vehicle.” This work is a tribute to the Mount Shasta New Age scene, and features songs about Lemuria, Telos, and the characters and legends of ancient worlds that form an integral part of local culture.
One Weekend Only at College of the Siskiyous in Weed!
- Friday and Saturday, January 25 and 26 at 7 p.m.
- Sunday afternoon, January 27 at 3 p.m
More information about “The Electromagnetic Soul Vehicle:”
“I’ve been a part of this community for twenty years,” comments Theno, “and worked in health food stores and local music venues where you’re surrounded by these great stories. This project is my love letter to the local New Age scene, to my community of musicians, and to the music I loved growing up.”
The Electromagnetic Soul Vehicle’s songs feature rock instrumentation and many nods to classic 60s and 70s pop, while lyrics feature the legends of Lemuria, Telos, and Telosian beings Adama and Rosalia. Theno is working with friends from local bands Champion Club, The Sundown Poachers, Whiskey Gulch, and The Secret Society Handshake. Also collaborating with both the Music and Theater departments of College of the Siskiyous, together will be bring you to places like the Underground City and be ready for a jaunt into outer space. “It seemed like the right time to create something positive, a little zany, and also appreciative of the creative spirit of our local scene,” says Theno.
The Electromagnetic Soul Vehicle musical will be performed at Kenneth Ford Theatre on the Weed Campus at College of the Siskiyous on the following dates – Friday and Saturday, January 25 and 26 at 7 p.m. and on Sunday afternoon, January 27 at 3 p.m.
Tickets for the musical are now on sale from the Weed Campus Bookstore and the Yreka Campus Business Office. Cost is $15 General Admission, $10 Students/Seniors, Family 4‐Pack $35. A processing fee will also be charged. Tickets can also be purchased from the Theater Box Office on the day of each show beginning one hour prior to show time.
Please contact COS Public Relations Office (530) 938‐5373 for more information.
AddressKenneth Ford Theatre on the Weed Campus at College of the Siskiyous