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June 21, 2012
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Dale Poune performs at Walley's

Musician and songwriter Dale Poune performs today and Saturday at David Walley's 1862 Saloon.

Poune plays guitar, dobro, mandolin, bass and sings.

He has performed with the Fortunes, Buddy Miles, Brad Gillis of Night Ranger, The Coasters, and The Drifters.

Currently he is working with David John and the Comstock Cowboys of Virginia City, and performs shows with Lacy J. Dalton.

He still tours with The Fortunes and in local clubs as a single. Poune's new CD is titled "Guitar Pizza." It is a collection of instrumental guitar covers and originals.

Three of the Comstock Cowboy albums feature guitar and bass work by Poune, "Gather round Cowboys," "Break it to the Cowboy" and a gospel album "I was never Alone" featuring duets with David John (Cowboys lead singer) and Lacy J. Dalton.

Poune's other Pepo record's releases are "Loose Ends" and a CD of Newgrass songs with the band The Cripple Creek Boys titled "Sittin in Tall Cotton." Dale wrote the single "Oh Video" for the PM Band released on the Licorce label. The single reached the top 100 on northwest radio charts during the 1980s.

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