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Feburary 07, 2008:

There will be a "Rumble in the Rocks" June 7 the Lone Pine Film History Museum announced today as plans for the annual June dinner/concert fundraiser in the Alabama Hills were finalized.

The theme of this year's event is new and different. It will be 1950s in style and the organizers promise it "will be more fun than the Fifties ever were!"

The concert will be by Rumble King, a rock and roll, rhythm and blues band that has been playing regularly at Disneyland as well as other hot spots in L.A. It will be their first appearance locally in the county. The five member band has released three CDs, the most recent is called "When I Get There," and is getting a lot of notice. It will difficult not to get up and dance when they rev up their particular brand of music.

The evening will also feature a beautiful elegant dinner with the boulders of Lone Ranger Canyon illuminated as the sun sets over the Sierra Nevada. The annual fundraiser has proven a perennial favorite and will again sell-out as it has the last few years.
Earlier in the day there will be a 1950’s style movie musical screened to get everyone in the mood and special tours of the museum for those interested.

Tickets can be purchased at $80 a piece by going on line to the Museum Gift shop, or by calling 760-876-9103.


Contact Info

The Museum of Western Film History
701 S. Main Street
Lone Pine, CA 93545