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Pablo Cruise headlines Temecula Music & Wine Festival, May 25

Don’t get hung up by names at the Temecula Music & Wine Festival this Saturday, May 25.
The festival actually takes place at Hawk Ranch, a wedding venue in Murrieta, from noon to 6 p.m.
And Pablo Cruise, the smooth rock band that is headlining, has a name that famously doesn’t mean anything.
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Pablo Cruise was responsible for a lot of sunny-sounding hits in the late 1970s, including “Love Will Find a Way” and “Whatcha Gonna Do.” It has most of its original members, including keyboard player Cory Lerios, who went on to score the TV series “Baywatch.”
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The band doesn’t have any other Southern California appearances on its calendar.
The festival, now in its 15th year, will have a lot more music from jazz singers Barbara Morrison and Patrice Rushen, members of jazz outfit Hiroshima as well a band led by the festival’s producer, Michael Paulo.
Local wineries participating include Wilson Creek and Falkner.
The event raises funds for local charities, including for the Boys & Girls Club of Southwest County.
Temecula Music & Wine Festival
Where: 42149 Elm St., Murrieta
When: Noon-6 p.m. Saturday, May 25
Tickets: $40-$250
Information: 951-696-0184,

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