Carlos Gama, Jr, Rich Smucker & Charlie Buck guest conduct 'Jazz Horns A Plenty'
ACB Spring Concert, 7th May 2017 at ABC Church
Photos by Joyce Rabellino


Randy Schwalbe, Conducting ACB at the Lake Park Centennial Bandstand  July 2016

            ACB Summer 2016, Tuesday Evenings at the Atascadero Lake Park


Archives & Photo Gallery 2011 to 2014

Waxing Moon photo taken by a member of the Band

29 July 2014

Charlie Buck conducting ACBCarlos Gama on Euphonium



Summer 2013  Atascadero Lake Park   Tuesday Evening Concerts


Charlie Buck with wife Nancy and Principle AJHS

Charlie Buck passes final exam

Band teacher finishes career with a bang.
And a trumpet. And a whistle. And a weird bassoon noise.

Article by Creig P. Sherburne of the Atascadero News
May 24, 2013

ATASCADERO — It is impossible to estimate the how far and wide an impact Charlie Buck has made in his 31-year career at Atascadero Unified School District.  read more


Charlie Buck 1993 with JHS music students
Charlie Buck at Atascadero Junior High School in 1993


Charlie Buck is a true public treasure

Published: May 27, 2013 Updated 11 hours ago

By Lon Allan — Special to The Tribune read more




Marimba results from Bailey’s Eagle project

Posted: Thursday, Sep 20th, 2012, Atascadero News
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No Place Like Home: Atascadero Lake Park
Posted: Jul 31, 2012 6:40 PM by Jeanette Trompeter read more



Creig P. Sherburne/Atascadero News
• Joyce Rabellino with her baritone
saxophone. She has a lifelong love of
music, and plays with the Atascadero
Community Band as well as two sax
quartets, Sax Appeal and Four Belles
Just the sax, ma'am
Posted: Thursday, Jul 12th, 2012
BY: Creig P. Sherburne, Atascadero News read more

Bob Wiese, Bassoon & Henrietta Brown Tognazzini, Alto Saxophone,
 former members of Atascadero Community Band

Published: Thursday, Jul. 05, 2012
Updated: 8:36 am Thursday, Jul. 05, 2012

Age isn’t slowing these band members down

Read more here: http://www.sanluisobispo.com/2012/07/04/2131807/age-isnt-slowing-these-band-members.html#storylink=cpy

By Bill Morem | 

OK, Sherman, it’s time to get into the WABAC Machine and travel to San Luis Obispo, circa 1874. That’s the year the SLO Military Band was formed, a brassy outfit that would eventually be known 134 years later as the San Luis Obispo County Band.
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