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2019 Jazz & Beyond Carson City Music Festival

 Capitol Amphitheater August 11th @4:30-8pm

Retro Radio Dolls 4:30-5:30

Urban Renewal Project 6-8pm

Mannequin Auction


The Retro Radio Dolls perform at the Capitol Amphitheater from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, August 11th.

Retro Radio Dolls is a all singing, all dancing female close harmony trio showcasing a delightful mix of classic hits from the bygone years and popular modern songs with a unique twist. A mix of the Andrew Sisters and Post Modern Jukebox, Retro Radio Dolls put their own spin on hits from Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy to All about that Bass. Available for weddings, corporate functions, nightclubs and beyond, Retro Radio Dolls is the perfect addition to your event or party. Adaptable from 60 minutes to a full two hour show, Retro Radio Dolls is fully self contained with their own sound system and backing tracks. Retro choreography and beautiful girls in matching costumes take you from 1940 to 2018 and everywhere in between.

Natalie Jones (aka Rosie the Riveter) – A Nevada native, Natalie has performed in film, theater, and bands in Nevada/California, Seattle, New York City, and Los Angeles professionally for over 15 years. Her hobbies include cooking, old time radio, gardening, spending time with her husband, and drinking wine with the Retro Radio Dolls.

Heather McVeigh (aka. Breahless Mahoney) was born and raised in the Reno/Sparks area and has performed in theatre, bands and choirs in Nevada, California, Washington, and Alaska. Heather loves spending time with her lovely daughter and family, listening to live music and drinking wine with the Retro Radio Dolls.

The Urban Renewal Project is a Los Angeles based band that uses instruments of a bygone era to create a signature sound that blurs the boundaries between soul, jazz and hip-hop. The group features a big band horn section, a singer and a rapper who perform upbeat originals and fresh interpretations of everything from jazz standards to recent hits.