El Chicano kicks off fair concerts

Jerry Salas (left) and Freddie Sanchez perform with their band El Chicano on May 5 at opening day of the Los Angeles County Fair. El Chicano was the opening act for the band WAR. This was the first night of the fair’s concert series that continues every weekend through May 29. / photo by Jashelle Ranson
Jerry Salas (left) and Freddie Sanchez perform with their band El Chicano on May 5 at opening day of the Los Angeles County Fair. El Chicano was the opening act for the band WAR. This was the first night of the fair’s concert series that continues every weekend through May 29. / photo by Jashelle Ranson
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Jashelle Ranson, a junior photography major and business administration minor, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times and La Verne Magazine.

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