Pollstar is reporting that Southern classic-rock band .38 Special will perform at the Utah State Fair on Tuesday, Sept. 10.
The Jacksonville band began in 1974 and is best known for "Hold On Loosely" (1981). "Caught Up in You" (1982) and "If I'd Been the One" (1983).
In 2008, they filmed a CMT Crossroads special with country singer Trace Adkins, performing both artists' hits In 2009, .38 Special opened for REO Speedwagon and Styx as part of the "Can't Stop Rockin' Tour," and stopped at Rio Tinto Stadium.
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