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Turlock Concert Association bringing Caravan of Thieves to town
Caravan of Thieves will be performing in Turlock on Monday.

A caravan of Thieves is headed to Turlock, but in this case it’s a good thing.

The eclectic, gypsy, jazz styled foursome will be performing at the Turlock Community Theatre at 7:30 p.m. Monday. The concert is part of the music series from the Turlock Concert Association.

Caravan of Thieves started with married couple Fuzz and Carrie Sangiovanni, writing and performing as a duo.

 “It started as a romantic, bohemian vision of a couple making music, performing on the road, in parks, venues, traveling around and avoiding responsibility as much as possible,” says Fuzz Sangiovanni.

In spring 2008, Fuzz and Carrie extended their music family to include violinist Ben Dean and Brian Anderson on bass. Caravan of Thieves has continued to win immediate praise for their unique blend of gypsy swing and popular music through their albums “Bouquet” (2009), “Mischief Night” (2010), and the recently released “Funhouse.”

Single tickets for this event are $25 and $15 for students through high school. This is the third of five concerts this season. Season subscription also includes reciprocal tickets at eight affiliated associations in the region.  For tickets, subscriptions, or further information, call Ruth Cunningham at 634-0788 or Eric Julien at 667-5874, or visit Tickets and subscriptions will also be available at the door.