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Liars to rock school fundraiser

The Fabulous Liars go back to school (sort-of) on Saturday, March 9, in El Dorado Hills, when the band performs at the annual Cedar Springs Waldorf School fundraiser. The 10th annual auction and dinner party starts at 5 p.m. at Lakehills Covenant Church, 7000 Rossmore Lane.

For Fabulous Liars Band lead singer, Doug Jarman, it’s a great event for a school he knows well. “Having been a parent of two girls who attended Cedar Springs Waldorf, I have been to many Waldorf fundraisers,” Jarman said. “I never thought I would be performing at one of them!”

Performing is what The Fabulous Liars do best. The Placerville-based, five-piece band plays regularly at area venues, including several performances last summer at the California State Fair and El Dorado County Fair.

Playing tunes from all decades of rock, The Fabulous Liars specialize in “Classic Rock Rarely Heard”; songs by famous bands and artists that haven’t been done over and over again, in addition to playing hits from yesterday and today. Attendees of the March 9 fundraiser can expect high-energy, great songs, great harmonies and fun.

For more on The Fabulous Liars Band — Doug Jarman, Jim Britton, Ed Wilson, Gary Coverdale and Broadway Riggs — visit facebook.com/#!/pages/The-Fabulous-Liars-Band/155563807843095.

For ticket information about the Cedar Springs Waldorf School event visit cswsauction.com.

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