Marshall Tucker Band plays at the Fair

If you remember with any fondness songs like “Can’t You See” (1973) and “Heard It in A Love Song” (1977), then you’ll be pumped to learn that the Marshall Tucker Band — purveyors of those two hits and many others — will play the Kitsap County Fair and Stampede on Aug. 26.

TuckerThe concert on the fair’s opening night will follow the popular Xtreme Bulls performance.

The fair, which offers daily live entertainment, midway games and rides, rodeo action and lots and lots of food, runs Aug. 26-30. There’ll also be Kitsap Destruction Derby action at noon on Aug. 30.

Information: 360-337-5376, fairinfo@co.kitsap.wa.us

— MM

 

2 thoughts on “Marshall Tucker Band plays at the Fair

  1. The “Marshall Tucker” in the band’s name does not refer to a band member, but rather a Spartanburg-area piano tuner. While the band was discussing possible band names one evening in an old warehouse they had rented for rehearsal space, someone noticed that the warehouse’s door key had the name “Marshall Tucker” inscribed on it, and suggested they call themselves the “The Marshall Tucker Band,” not realizing it referred to an actual person. It later came to light that Marshall Tucker, the blind piano tuner, had rented the space before the band, and his name was inscribed on the key. (From Wikipedia)

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