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Queen’s Throne Room hosts Memorial Weekend concert

Well known for its unique annual Christmas compositions, Tinsel returns to sparkle during a Memorial Day Weekend concert in the Queen’s Throne Room at the Cave Without a Name, singing all new a cappella arrangements of patriotic songs mixed with pop and jazz standards. Tinsel is a quartet of professional, classically trained voices.

Well known for its unique annual Christmas compositions, Tinsel returns to sparkle during a Memorial Day Weekend concert in the Queen’s Throne Room at the Cave Without a Name, singing all new a cappella arrangements of patriotic songs mixed with pop and jazz standards. Tinsel is a quartet of professional, classically trained voices.

It is said that the Cave Without a Name was discovered in 1927 when a goat fell through a hole into the cavern. Exploration was conducted in the mid-1930s. A rancher named Short originally owned the property and sold to James L. Horne.

The cavern was developed by The Horne Ranch Inc. and opened to the public in 1939. A contest was held to provide the cave a name. A young boy is said to have commented that, “The cave is too pretty to have a name.”

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